Baby Dolphin Dies After Beachgoers Pass It Around For Photos

By: Kristy Hamilton/IFL Science  No selfie is worth an animal’s life. This should go without saying, yet again and again, beachgoers can’t resist touching stranded sea creatures when they are at their most vulnerable. This time, a baby dolphin died on a beach in Spain over the weekend, after the stranded calf was spotted struggling in the shallows and a crowd…

Hair Is An Extension Of The Nervous System—Why Native American Indians Keep Their Hair LONG

By: Educate Inspire Change  When thinking about hair, we often rush to make connections with beauty salons, hair products, hair styles and everything connected to that, but few of us have actually asked why ancient Cultures like Native American Indians keep their hair long. As noted by C. Young on Scott, human Hair is can best be described…

DeLorean Aerospace Is Working on a Flying Car With a Range of 120 Miles

By: Patrick Caughill/Futurism PAGING DOC BROWN DeLorean cars have become a staple of ’80s pop culture thanks to their starring role in Robert Zemeckis’s iconic Back to the Future trilogy. Now, a new generation of the DeLorean family is looking to put the brand back into the spotlight by giving new meaning to a line kooky inventor Doc Brown delivers at…

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