Jun 30

Can an Automaker Forbid You From Reselling Your Car?

Can an Automaker Forbid You From Reselling Your Car? Follow us Facebook YouTube Twitter Pinterest So you shelled out six or even seven figures for that supercar you were dreaming about, and were even willing to undergo the hyper-competitive process to place a deposit and actually take delivery. And now, you’ve decided the car — […]

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Jun 30

Is Driving Barefoot Illegal?

Is Driving Barefoot Illegal? Follow us Facebook YouTube Twitter Pinterest People do all sorts of things when they drive. Women put on makeup and even pluck their eyebrows. Guys use electric razors to shave. More than once I’ve seen people reading — reading! And we’re all probably guilty of talking or texting on our cellphones. […]

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Jun 30

American Indian Sports Logos Do Real Damage, New Study Finds

American Indian Sports Logos Do Real Damage, New Study Finds Follow us Facebook YouTube Twitter Pinterest From the Washington Redskins to the Kansas City Chiefs, numerous professional sports teams use American Indian mascots and logos, raising serious questions of cultural appropriation and respect. Those opposed to the practice say that the teams’ use of such […]

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Jun 30

Gender-specific Bathrooms Are a Relatively Recent Invention

Gender-specific Bathrooms Are a Relatively Recent Invention Follow us Facebook YouTube Twitter Pinterest Everyone goes to the bathroom, but not everyone can go into the bathroom they need. That’s the issue making bathrooms a battleground in a movement to implement gender-neutral facilities in many U.S. cities. Supporters of gender-neutral bathrooms point to examples of a […]

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Jun 30

John Brown’s Failed Raid on Harper’s Ferry Was a Major Impetus for the U.S. Civil War

John Brown’s Failed Raid on Harper’s Ferry Was a Major Impetus for the U.S. Civil War Follow us Facebook YouTube Twitter Pinterest When Malcolm X said in 1965 that white people “have to be willing to do as old John Brown did” to be a true ally for blacks’ rights, his allusion to the abolitionist […]

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Jun 30

Only a Black Hole Could Make a Black Hole That Massive!

Only a Black Hole Could Make a Black Hole That Massive! Follow us Facebook YouTube Twitter Pinterest Scientists are getting familiar with black holes bumping in the night. Back in 2015, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (or LIGO) made history by detecting the rumbles in spacetime caused by two black holes colliding in a galaxy […]

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Jun 30

Mudskipper Robot Helps Show How Vertebrates Evolved to Walk on Land

Mudskipper Robot Helps Show How Vertebrates Evolved to Walk on Land Follow us Facebook YouTube Twitter Pinterest Watching a mudskipper clumsily go about its terrestrial business, you’d be forgiven for assuming this was its first day on the planet. These fish spend a lot of their lives squirming and squiggling around outside the water, breathing […]

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Jun 30

What if we ran out of minerals?

What if we ran out of minerals? Follow us Facebook YouTube Twitter Pinterest Minerals make up most of what we use to build, manufacture and stand on — including rocks and soil — so if we really ran out of minerals, we’d all be scrambling for a spot on the planet’s shrunken surface areas. But […]

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Jun 30

About Molly Edmonds

About Molly Edmonds Follow us Facebook YouTube Twitter Pinterest As a precocious child growing up in the mountains of North Carolina, Molly Edmonds would often prepare miniature school lessons for her younger brothers. If her brothers didn’t want to play school, Molly sat on them to prevent possible escape and continued with her lesson. Fortunately […]

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Jun 30

10 Most Dangerous Places for Shark Attacks

10 Most Dangerous Places for Shark Attacks Follow us Facebook YouTube Twitter Pinterest If you’ve seen the 1975 film “Jaws,” then you might think that a little New England town called Amity Island is the most dangerous place for shark attacks. The idyllic and quaint resort town became a place of horror, as screaming filled […]

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