For some people suffering from degenerative eye diseases, glasses and laser surgery don't work and their condition has, up until now, lead to blindness. However, a new vision “miracle” has shown up in the news lately.

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While the bad news keeps flowing — along with the oil — from the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, a glimmer of good news surfaced last week.

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How many helium balloons would it take for you to float away?  What can we learn from the boy-in-balloon scare?

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We have all heard of global warming, but have you heard about the "snowball earth"?

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Smog (smoke+fog) is caused by the emissions we release through our various everyday activities — the largest contributor being the burning of fossil fuels in our cars and electricity plants.

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Chinook winds are a type of wind that comes to Alberta, over the Rocky Mountains, about 30 days a year. A Chinook is a warm, dry wind that can melt and evaporate snow.

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The truth is, since these animals never meet in the wild, no one really knows the answer.  But, there are a few key characteristics which, I believe, could affect the outcome of this hypothetical situation.

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Both humans and the apes at the zoo are descendant from a common ancestor species. So in a sense, we both share an extremely distant relation.

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Fall means cooler weather and shorter days! With these changes comes, probably the most beautiful phenomenon that accompanies it – autumn leaves!

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CSI re-runs would have you believe that DNA identification is the be-all and end-all of crime scene investigation - but this isn't quite the case.

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