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Friday Favorites!

Another week has gone by, and it’s time to say TGIF! This week was stressful at best for me, but as always, my furry friend helped me get through it. 889 more words


Early risers were stunned when they saw a pink cloud in the skies above

Early risers across much of Arizona were treated to a colorful sight — a pink cloud from a NASA research rocket that was launched Wednesday from a U.S. Army installation in New Mexico.

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It's the cat's meow: scientists develop music for felines

Meow Mix, this ain’t. Try the Columbia Kennel Club.

The Huffington Post reports scientists are working on music for your cat. Believe it or not, Taylor Swift isn’t their jam as much as for humans. 172 more words

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The Perplexing Problem of the Pulsing Xenia

The mysteries surrounding the pulsing of the much loved soft corals belonging to family Xeniidae is something that has intrigued me ever since I first got into this hobby. 1,212 more words


The Fact or Fiction Game: Dog Cognition Edition

There is a saying: each day, learn something new. So, make today’s “new thing” about dognition!

Post your guess at the answer below!


Sneaky Octopus Takes to Land to Snatch Lunch

Octopus have long been heralded as amazing creatures. Capable of stunning camouflage and problem solving skills that demonstrate that they are in a class of their own in the invertebrate world. 91 more words


Amid diplomatic battles, Russia to exit ISS

Russia’s diplomatic chill with the west has found a new frontier: the darkness of space.

The Daily Dot reports Russia has announced it will withdraw from the International Space Station in 2024, when the current funding arrangement for the station ends. 175 more words

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