Football is almost a religion at Penn State, and the faithful have been shaken by the Sandusky scandal. This week, the fans are doing some serious soul-searching.
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Google Earth has some strange-looking pictures of the Gobi desert. Out in the middle of nowhere, China, there are massive grids and circle that can be seen only from space.
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Children show us how creativity takes time. So do you want it done by the deadline, or do you want something different and memorable?
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2016 is a feature film from Ghana with Predator- and Alien-like creatures. The trailer is crazier than any viral video made by bored teenagers.
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E. Coli scares us when we find it on food, but we could learn to love its fuel-producing abilities. With a little genetic modification, we could put the bugs to work eating sugar and cranking out biodiesel.
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Paul made a sweet storybook gift for Emma. He put it on video and called it Vines.
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Stuntman/gymnast/free runner Damien Walters shows what he's been doing this past year. Get ready to let your jaw drop, as if that's an acrobatic move.
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Mexican officials are investigating the case of the 10-year-old girl who gave birth, to see if she might have been raped. She's ten years old, isn't that enough evidence that she was raped?
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Bert and Ernie record their voices for Tom Tom GPS. Maybe now they can tell you how to get to Sesame Street!
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8 things your tattoo (and where it is) says about you. Anyone with these tattoos is welcome to speak up and refute any points.
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An Unofficial Guide to Life as a Ref. In case you ever considered going in to the "field."