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Jason Hawes is Co-Creator & Star of NBC/Syfy channels longest running and highest rated show 'Ghost Hunters'. 6 Time NY Times Best Selling Author and Creator and Host of 'Beyond Reality Radio. Beyond Reality Radio airs Mondays thru Fridays on over 100 FM & AM Stations across the United States. The show is Syndicated thru Entercom and WestWood One.

Wisconsin based Company will be first US company to microchip Employees

RIVER FALLS, Wis. — A Wisconsin based company will become the first U.S. company to provide Employees with implantable microchips.What are ‘RFID’? RFID stands for Radio-frequency identification RFID uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. The tags contain electronically stored information. Passive tags collect energy from a nearby RFID reader’s interrogating radio waves. Active tags have a local power source such as a battery and may operate at hundreds of meters from the RFID reader. Unlike a barcode, the tag need not be within the line of sight of the reader, so it may be embedded in the tracked object. RFID …

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VIDEO: Paranormal investigators shoot special at Warrenton Old Jail

The Fauquier History Museum at the Old Jail in Warrenton was filled Saturday with people in period garb re-creating some of the building’s most haunting moments in history. A team of paranormal investigators plan to spend Saturday night in the jail in hopes of collecting evidence of spirits. The Twisted Realm, a PBS program in its seventh season, will highlight the jail’s history and popular ghost stories with volunteer re-enactors. The team will also try to communicate with the same spirits from the ghost stories. Some of the stories they will explore include a hanging and sightings of apparitions that …

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Diet Drinks Really Are Associated With Weight Gain, Says New Research

Cleve R. Wootson Jr., The Washington Post Over the past decade, Americans have soured on artificial sweeteners. Once heralded as sweet substitutes for sugar without as many belt-busting calories, people couldn’t get enough sucralose and aspartame. But recently, people have started looking at the molecules with increasing suspicion, amid studies that linked them to increased belly fat – and bogus but widespread rumours that they led to things much worse. But their draw remained because of the simplest of math equations: Fewer calories means fewer pounds. Both the American Diabetes Association and the American Heart Association gave their stamp of …

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They thought they’d Found a ‘Big, Fat, Rotten Cow’. Turned out to be a 1 Million-Year-Old Stegomastodon

Jude Sparks was out on a family hike in the desert near Las Cruces, New Mexico, testing walkie-talkies, when the then-9-year-old boy tripped over a rocky protrusion. When Jude got up again, he examined what appeared to be two large, fossilised teeth jutting out from the terrain. Farther up, he spotted what looked like a tusk, he added. Jude was intrigued. But Jude’s brother Hunter, who had been running behind him, didn’t seem too impressed with whatever Jude had found. “Hunter said it was just a big, fat rotten cow,” Jude told KVIA News, which first reported the story. “I …

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We’re Closer Than Ever to Saving Lives With Livers Made in The Lab

David Nield Lab-grown livers could be saving lives much sooner than previously thought, thanks to new research, by providing some key functions of the organ without being a complete replacement. That would mean these artificially engineered organs could prop up a failing liver or help those waiting for a transplant to hold out until a human liver became available. A team drawn from several US institutions created small subunits of engineered liver tissue, that when implanted into mice with damaged livers were able to expand 50-fold and cover some of the functions normally carried out by the liver. “Our goal …

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An Interstellar Internet Network Could Take 300,000 Years to Build

David Nield You might have trouble getting strong Wi-Fi into your attic room but connecting the wider cosmos is on a whole different level – and one expert says it could take 300,000 years to hook up the whole of the Milky Way. Instead of stretching cables from planet to planet we could flash light from our Sun out into the depths of space, just like signalling with a hand in front of a flashlight, suggests the new proposal. Duncan Forgan, from the University of St Andrews in the UK, has done the maths behind a model that uses laser …

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This Strange Creature Is The First Sunfish Species to Be Discovered in 130 Years

Gemma Conroy For the first time in 130 years, researchers have discovered a new species of sunfish that has escaped taxonomy records for almost three centuries. The bizarre new species has been named the Hoodwinker sunfish (Mola tecta), and has been found in the cold waters of New Zealand, southern Chile, South Africa and the south-east coast of Australia. “The new species managed to evade discovery for nearly three centuries by ‘hiding’ in a messy history of sunfish taxonomy, partially because they are so difficult to preserve and study, even for natural history museums,” says lead author Marianne Nyegaard from …

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Public names locomotive ‘Trainy McTrainface’

The new train has acquired a rather ridiculous name. Image Credit: CC BY-SA 3.0 James nlwiki A recent poll in Sweden has shown, once again, why asking the public to name anything is a bad idea. When intercity railway operator MTR Express opened up the naming of its new express train to the public vote recently, expectations were high that the winning suggestion would be a good one. Sadly though, the locomotive ended up with the absurd moniker ‘Trainy McTrainface’. The result echoes that of a similar poll in the UK which asked the public to come up with a …

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Trump Says He Has ‘Complete Power’ to Pardon

Trump Says He Has ‘Complete Power’ to Pardon  New York Times Trump tweets mention his ‘complete power’ to pardon and bemoan ‘leaks’  CNN Congress agrees on Russia sanctions for election meddling, creating pair of difficult choices for Trump  New York Daily News Washington Post Op-ed: No, Trump can’t pardon himself. The Constitution tells us so.  Salt Lake Tribune Trump team seeks to control, block Mueller’s Russia investigation  Washington Post Full coverage More interesting Articles from

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