Sine O' The Times: Babylonian Tablet Holds Oldest Evidence Of Trigonometry

Scientists recently decoded a clay tablet from ancient Babylonia that dates to around 3,700 years ago, and found that it contains the oldest trigonometric table in the world. The tablet,

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Later, Gator: 'monster' Nile Crocodiles May Be Invading Florida

Florida's native alligators and crocodiles could be facing some new competition — from a bigger and meaner member of their own crocodilian family. Nile crocodiles — American crocodiles' larger, more

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10 Things You Should Say Goodbye To In Your Twenties

Your twenties will probably be the most thrilling and frustrating decade of your life. It will have its ups and downs, but to make the most of the ride, you

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World's Biggest Plane Taxis Closer To Takeoff

The hefty, double-bodied Stratolaunch airplane — its wingspan of 385 feet (117 meters) is the widest in the world — recently reached a new milestone that brings it one step

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Quiz: Is It Just A Fling, Or Will Your Love Last?

So, you’ve met a perfect guy, but you’re still unsure if it’s just a fling or something deeper. Will your love last? Take our quiz and find out the truth!

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Americans Are Having Less Sex: By The Numbers

Sexual activity across America has dropped in recent years. In 2014, U.S. adults were having sex an average of 53 times per year, which is nine fewer times annually than

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US Military Seeks Neural Implants To Restore Hearing, Sight

What if a portable computer system could one day interact directly with the human brain to help restore a person's ability to see or hear? A project recently launched by

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Nor'easter Exposes Revolutionary-War-Era Shipwreck On Maine Beach

The recent nor'easter that struck the eastern coast of the U.S. last week revealed something on a New England beach that has been glimpsed only about once a decade for

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