Posts Tagged ‘ science ’

That Crafty G-Spot

April 25, 2012
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Scientists say they have physically located the elusive G-Spot which theoretically is responsible for a woman’s heightened sexual pleasure.  And now on a NOT so surprising note: it wasn’t anywhere near where men have been…

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The Mayan Calendar Apocalypse Debunked?

March 13, 2012
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Epilogue: You will note that the two signs of Mayan apocalypse believers has come true: The election is over and the Obama won ( most people do recognize that fact) and secondly, Peyton Manning is…

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Rick Perry, Like the Honey Badger, Don’t Care!

December 20, 2011
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Rick Perry is simply just waiting for some real information about climate change, evolution, and “those funny spirally light bulbs”. “Bring me the evidence, and once we do that, you show it to me, and…

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The Northern Lights

October 25, 2011
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Disclaimer: The following article is highly likely to contain scientific facts that I made up on the spot, so if you’re using this article as citation for a college research paper, don’t do it Courtney,…

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Taking Down the Superbug

June 7, 2011
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More powerful than most viruses; able to ward off antibiotics in massive doses, faster spreading than Mono in a room filled with  horny teenagers: It’s a germ; it’s a bacteria; it’s a Superbug!  Yes, here…

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Do Diet Drinks Really Cause Heart Disease?

May 18, 2011
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I was fumbling around my house last night when I heard the TV tell me that a new study has shown a strong link between drinking diet sodas and heart attacks. Apparently, people in the…

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