Behold, a wheelchair that can be completely controlled just by facial muscles. This could mean movement, freedom, and so much more for paralysis victims.
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Bricks of War. When the video game Gears of War meets Lego, neat stuff like this happens.
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A study shows that many American college students are graduating without improving their critical thinking or reasoning skills. But we can't yet lay blame because there are many possible reasons.
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Blood and sex: TV’s inaccurate portrayal of forensic nursing. This is not to demean the shows, but you should know how crime investigation works in the real world.
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The Video Game as Art. A new generation of experimental game designers are putting aesthetics in your shoot-em-ups (with video evidence).
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America's shameful child abuse problem. Why is our rate of death from abuse so much higher than other industrialized nations?
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The Midnight Sun. This time-lapse video consists of thousands of photographs turned into a technicolor dream, with the never-setting sun moving sideways across a gorgeous landscape in Iceland.
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The Incredible, Interchangeable Films of Steven Seagal. Since they are all so alike, you can limit yourself to the '80s films when he was at least eye candy.
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There is no pink light. I have a string of plastic flamingo patio lights that I will now describe as infrared-ultraviolet.
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Even if there is no pink light, there are Blue People. They have actual medical conditions that cause their skin to appear blue that don't even involve body paint.