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Lindsay Lohan had suffered miscarriage (Video)

Lindsay Lohan had suffered miscarriage

Lindsay Lohan closed the first season of her reality show with a shocker by claiming she recently suffered a miscarriage. The 27-year-old actress and tabloid target made the stunning revelation on the season finale of her docu-series Lindsay, which airs in the U.S. and Canada on the Oprah Winfrey-owned OWN network. Read More »

Invasive carp’s DNA found in Muskingum River

Invasive carp's DNA found in Muskingum River

Among all the bugs, plants, fish and critters that find their way into the Great Lakes from afar, Asian carp are swimming hard up the threat list. They typically eat 40 percent of their body weight every day in vegetation, plankton and the eggs of native species. Worse yet, these outsiders have virtually no predators to put their alarmingly rapid ... Read More »

Tila Tequila: I’m pregnant

Tila Tequila: I'm pregnant

MySpace elf and professional attention whore/crazy person Tila Tequila announced on Facebook Friday that she was 10 weeks pregnant. I don’t know whether to be angry at or feel sorry for the guy who thought bareback would be a good idea. Read More »

Research : ‘Asteroid impact stored proof of life in glasses on earth’

Research : 'Asteroid impact stored proof of life in glasses on earth'

Scientists have found that asteroid impacts not only result in formation of rocks and soil, but also form molten glass on cooling. Pete Schultz, Brown University geologist along with his colleagues have discovered fragments of leaves and other organic compounds lodged inside glass created by ancient impacts in Argentina. They said that analysis of biodata encapsulated in molten glass from ... Read More »

Protecting Earth from Asteroid Impacts

Protecting Earth from Asteroid Impacts

In a special Earth Day program on April 22, Seattle’s Museum of Flight will host three prominent US Astronauts supporting the B612 Foundation for a press conference which will unveil a new video showing the surprising number of asteroid impacts on Earth during the last decade, and the even more surprising fact that we can prevent future asteroid impacts. Read More »

Researchers find pain threshold linked to genes

Researchers find pain threshold linked to genes

To understand why different individuals have different pain tolerance levels, scientists have discovered four genes that play a vital role in deciding this. “The study is quite significant because it provides an objective way to understand pain and why some people have a higher tolerance for pain than others,” said Tobore Onojjighofia from Proove Biosciences and a member of the ... Read More »