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Cotton Candy was invented by a dentist. Dentist William Morrison and confectioner John C. Wharton invented machine-spun cotton candy in 1897. It was first introduced at the 1904 World's Fair as "Fairy Floss." Then, another dentist, Josef Lascaux, reinvented the machine in 1921. He came up with the name "cotton candy," which replaced "fairy floss." Electric chairs and cotton candy—what will dentists think of next?
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BREAKING: Cat Breaks Out Buds from Doggy Detention!

Always have a man on the outside. the girls got in trouble and there goes tux letting them free 🙄 pic.twitter.com/Jtp0GMIZjt — Michelle✨ (@lovenbball22) February 8, 2018 A “potty crime” landed these two chihuahuas in time-out, but lucky for them, their feline friend Tux got bored without their company. Finding them locked away in their cage, Tux decided to use … Continue reading

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Don’t Panic but There’s an 11% Chance Elon Musk’s Tesla Is on a Collision Course With Earth

I guess 11% is fairly low but then again any percentage is still a chance…the risk of satellites and other launched objects crashing back to Earth with potentially deadly consequences are becoming too regular now and not to mention the natural threats we already face from asteroids, comets etc.. via Science Alert: It’s the darnedest thing, guys. Remember that Tesla … Continue reading

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Loud Boom Accompanied by Tremor Reported by Lowellville Ohio Residents

Did you hear a loud boom or feel a small tremor on Tuesday? Several WYTV viewers said they heard a loud noise, followed by shaking. The Youngstown area has had earthquakes in the past, but what happened on Tuesday could have been something completely different. Lowellville residents experienced it around 3 p.m., but there were reports of the same thing … Continue reading

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Facebook Admits it’s Not Good for Your Health, But Suggests Using it More

Facebook has finally admitted it can have negative effects on our mental health, but tells users the key to avoiding harm is to spend even more time interacting on the social network. Responding to a spate of comments made by former executives and investors about the dangers of Facebook, the company published a blog post reflecting on its role in … Continue reading

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Yellowstone Super Volcano is Under Strain, and it’s Measurable

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Image of A Single Atom Trapped in a Magnetic Field

Have you ever seen an atom before? I know I haven’t, incredible stuff! via RT: An incredible award-winning photo reveals what a lone atom trapped in a magnetic field would look like to the naked eye. ‘Single Atom in an Ion Trap’ was taken by David Nadlinger, from the University of Oxford through a window of a ultra-high vacuum chamber … Continue reading

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Diamonds Are Forever?

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A ‘Broken Heart’ is Real, Does Same Damage As a Heart Attack – Harvard Study

Heartbreak is a real thing. Scientists have proven that a broken heart can be as damaging as a cardiac arrest to the organ most associated with love. In the UK thousands of adults are known to suffer from takotsubo – or broken heart syndrome. The severe emotional stress, usually caused by a bereavement or particularly bad break-up, takes a toll … Continue reading

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Ancient Virus Could Have Led To Human Thinking

We all have consciousness, but explaining why and how our thoughts occur has always been a scientific mystery An ancient virus could be responsible for human consciousness, giving you the ability to think for yourself. New research has linked a human gene responsible for conscious thought to a virus that was spread in the early days of humanity. Two papers published … Continue reading

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‘Fast Flying’ Unidentified Glowing Ball Captured on Alaska Weather Cam

This is very interesting footage of a strange light in the night sky caught by a web cam at a weather station in Alaska. The action begins till around the 7 second mark of the short footage. You see the object come in from the upper left area and exhibit extreme speed and unusual flight movements. Watch the video: Mario … Continue reading

DID YOU KNOW…

Cotton Candy was invented by a dentist. Dentist William Morrison and confectioner John C. Wharton invented machine-spun cotton candy in 1897. It was first introduced at the 1904 World's Fair as "Fairy Floss." Then, another dentist, Josef Lascaux, reinvented the machine in 1921. He came up with the name "cotton candy," which replaced "fairy floss." Electric chairs and cotton candy—what will dentists think of next?
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