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The Ever-Growing Reality That We Might Be Able to Live Forever

The Ever-Growing Reality That We Might Be Able to Live Forever | Kool Look | Scoop.it
Would you like to live forever? Sooner rather than later, this may be a question you’ll need to answer. Truly. Because it’ll be a
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True Facts About The Octopus

music: http://www.soundcloud.com/querflote Special thanks to the Monterey Bay Aquarium for letting us shoot on location! Check ou
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Michelle Obama: 'It Is Hard To Hate Up-Close'

No matter how news pundits paint the country's collective attitude, 'Becoming' author and former First Lady Michelle Obama has always preferred takin
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I'm An Evolutionary Biologist, And This Is What Science Has To Say About The Meaning Of Life

I'm An Evolutionary Biologist, And This Is What Science Has To Say About The Meaning Of Life | Kool Look | Scoop.it
What do you think we are here for? This question was originally answered on Quora by Suzanne Sadedin.
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Relativity Space is working on a 'Stargate' system to print rockets

Relativity Space is working on a 'Stargate' system to print rockets | Kool Look | Scoop.it
While SpaceX works on giant reusable rockets to reach Mars, other companies are working on technologies to keep colonists alive on the red planet. Relativity Space has made the world's largest metal 3D printer, called Stargate, to print rockets, tools, and other useful objects off-Earth.
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Scientists Gave MDMA to Octopuses—and What Happened Was Profound

Scientists Gave MDMA to Octopuses—and What Happened Was Profound | Kool Look | Scoop.it
When humans take the drug MDMA, versions of which are known as molly or ecstasy, they commonly feel very happy, extraverted, and particularly interested in physical touch. A group of scientists recently wondered whether this drug might have a similar effect on other species—specifically, octopuses, which are seemingly as different from humans as an animal can be. The results of their experiment, in which seven octopuses took MDMA, were “unbelievable.”
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There’s a big problem with immortality: it goes on and on | Aeon Essays

There’s a big problem with immortality: it goes on and on | Aeon Essays | Kool Look | Scoop.it
The fantasy of living forever is just a fig leaf for the fear of death – and comes at great personal cost
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AI Scientist Ben Goertzel Explains the Singularity to Joe Rogan - YouTube

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George HW Bush's service dog Sully pays touching last tribute

George HW Bush's service dog Sully pays touching last tribute | Kool Look | Scoop.it
A touching picture of the labrador who worked for the late president shows him loyal to the last.
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Sarah's Trumpsgiving Monologue | I Love You, America on Hulu - YouTube

Sarah's Trumpsgiving Monologue
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Inside the Bay Area’s Craziest Secret Underground Parties

Naming the Unspoken Thing
Inside the Bay Area’s craziest secret underground parties
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The BIGGEST LOONEY TUNES COMPILATION: Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and more! [Cartoons for Children - HD] - YouTube

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"Future Boyfriend" - Sci-Fi Short Film - DUST Exclusive Premiere - YouTube

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