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Grayson Just Heard His Father’s Voice For The First Time Get The Tissues!

When the Clamp family learned that their son Grayson was born without normal hearing nerves in his ears, they knew the road ahead would be tough. They thought he’d never be able to hear. Because he is missing the nerve that cochlear implants stimulate, they were out of the question. He lived without hearing for three years. Then, his medical team came across an amazing breakthrough. First used for patients with deafness from auditory nerve tumors, the surgery implanted a device on his brain stem. Here is […]

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This Cool Interactive Art Program Lets Everyone Become A Talented Artist

Growing up with two older brothers was hard enough, but having to deal with them being incredibly artistically inclined was arguably more frustrating. You see, I can’t draw a stick figure to save my life. Meanwhile, they were busting out beautiful self-portraits, complex abstract paintings, and striking still lifes like it was nothing. That’s why you can probably understand that any tool that makes me seem like a talented artist might appeal to me…enter Silk. The “interactive generative art” allows users to play with their cursor to […]

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What This Man Does In The Dead Of Night Will Make You So, So Jealous

If there’s one thing I have to do before I die, it’s see the Northern Lights. The colorful phenomenon has amazed me since I was a little girl and my desire to see the lights in person has only grown over the years. But today, the precise way I want to see them has changed altogether. Sure, seeing the Aurora Borealis from the ground is fantastic on its own, but Spanish acrobatic paraglider pilot Horacio Llorens has just given me a new goal: paragliding in the Northern […]

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This Tiny Device Is About To Totally Change The Way You Travel

Knowing only one language can really change the way you see the world, and it’s usually not for the better. While some take the easy approach and just assume that everyone speaks English, others feel a little embarrassed about not being able to understand people from around the world in their mother tongues. After all, there are few things more beautiful than language, the form and function of which reveal so much about the people who speak it. For those in the latter group who want to […]

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Climate scientists now suffering ‘pre-traumatic stress disorder’

http://twitter.com/#!/Mugsy4Fly/status/527618419714457601 Obviously a made-up mental disorder is the logical result of anxiety over made up science. This is reminiscent of the anxiety disorder liberals were suffering when they couldn’t accept that Al Gore had lost the election. That may have been the point of no return for many on the left’s sanity. Now crazy is the standard for Al Gore and his prophets of doom. Some climate scientists afflicted by "pre-traumatic stress disorder" b/c no one takes their research seriously. http://t.co/bzKXprl2Xn — Ryan Maue (@RyanMaue) October 29, 2014 […]

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This New Wheelchair Technology Is Going To Be A Game Changer For The Disabled

Being wheelchair-bound is a huge burden for people who have physical limitations and disabilities. The sad truth is that not many places accommodate people in wheelchairs, and being bound to a chair keeps people from living their lives to the fullest. Traditional wheelchairs are cumbersome, and they can put a huge strain on people who have to use them every day. But this new invention — called the Ogo Wheelchair — combines the technology and the easy-to-use nature of Segways with traditional wheelchair design. It provides users […]

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The People Who Track Santa On Christmas Also Track UFOs Around The Space Station

Many people may be familiar with the North American Aerospace Defensive Command (or NORAD) as the group who tracks Santa for us every Christmas Eve, but it seems when the holidays are over they are in the UFO-tracking business. YouTuber Streetcap1 posted a video from the International Space Station showing a weird streak flying into view on one of its cameras. He labeled it as a “fastwalker,” which is NORAD’s term for fast-moving, unidentified objects that cross the Earth’s orbit. Check it out below…just don’t blink! Here’s […]

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He Sat On The Edge Of A Volcano And Did Something Totally Nuts

You’d think that people would generally avoid sitting next to volcanoes. After all, nothing about being burned alive sounds pleasant. Very few people enjoy lava, which is pretty understandable, since it could very easily kill you and everything you love. I think it’s fair to say that we share Anakin Skywalker’s thoughts on the molten stuff. Tumblr / You Were My Bother But this guy did something awesome while sitting near a volcano. He whipped out graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate so that he could make himself […]

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A Mentally Disabled Toddler Nearly Drowned…But Then Something Miraculous Happened

If you didn’t believe in miracles before, you certainly will after witnessing this. It was moving day for a West Seattle family when a parent’s worst nightmare happened…not only did Natalie Holiday have a bad feeling, but she also couldn’t find her two-year-old daughter. The mom immediately called 911 and everyone started searching. Her little girl Catalina was developmentally delayed and Holiday sensed something was off. It was her 12-year-old son who found his sister facedown in their neighborhood’s pond. When he pulled her out, she was […]

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7 Ways To Convince People That Evolution Is More Than Just A Theory

If you’re tired of arguing with people who don’t understand evolution, here’s the ammunition you need. 1) The fossil record. “The fossil record is incomplete! Where are the missing links?” ask creationists. Yes, the fossil record is “incomplete”. The only way it could be “complete” would be if literally every single living thing had been fossilised after it died. That doesn’t happen, because the process of fossilisation is incredibly unlikely, especially for land creatures. View this image › Ghedoghedo / Wikimedia Commons / Via simple.wikipedia.org But given […]

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