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Today Is The Official End of Summer [Video]

The word "Equinox" means "Equal Night" and since 5:05 this morning is the official Autumnal Equinox, I thought you'd like to know the scientific facts about where it got its name.

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Miss Angola Leila Lopes Wins Miss Universe Pageant [VIDEO]

Leila Lopes of Angola took the Miss Universe crown Monday night, making her the first-ever winner from the African nation.

Olesia Stefanko of Ukraine came in second, and Priscila Machado of Brazil, which hosted the event, took third.  Miss USA Alyssa Campanella didn’t crack the top 10.

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Diana Nyad Falls Short Of Swmming World Record

Are you ready to feel like a slacker? A 61-year-old named Diana Nyad has been training to swim from Cuba to Florida. Now I complain about walking from one side of the building to the next, but this 61 year old is swimming!

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July 20th- The Eagle Has Landed

As the Space Shuttle Program comes to a close, let's take a moment to take a look back 42 years ago. On this day in history on July 20th, 1969, Man first walked on the moon.

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Researchers Find 1,800-Year-Old Tunnel in Teotihuacan, Mexico

I love this kind of stuff.  There is so much to this world we've yet to discover; so much we've yet to learn;  so much beyond our understanding.

Think back to the joy you experienced in your childhood after digging in the ground and finding a small little treasure, even if it was just a malformed rock.

Researchers at Mexico's National University are feeling that glee on a much larger scale now that they've discovered an 1,800-year-old tunnel underneath the pre-Hispanic city of Teotihuacan.

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Island Nation of Samoa Plans to Time Travel

The island nation of Samoa has announced plans to time travel.  No Samoan scientists haven't developed a time machine, rather, the nation's leaders have decided to move to the other side of the International Date Line.  By moving time zones, Samoa would actually jump a full day.  ABC News reports the move will put the nation in time with Australia and New Zealand, making it easier for the island nations to do business.

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Breaking- Osama Bin Laden Is Dead

Multiple sources have confirmed that the world’s biggest terrorist, Osama Bin Laden, is dead. Sources indicate that he was killed over a week ago, and that DNA test confirm that it is indeed the Mastermind of the 9/11 attack. His body is in the hands of U.S. Officials.

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Eritera Is World’s Most Expensive Place to Buy Gas- Nearly $10 A Gallon

Gas prices are utterly crazy!

Last week, the average cost of gasoline in the United States was $3.84. In places like Los Angeles, the price has jumped to $4.23 a gallon. These increases are correlated to conflicts in Middle Eastern oil-producing nations.

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New Japan Tsunami Footage Posted to YouTube [VIDEO]

New raw footage of the tsunami struck the Japanese port city of Kesennuma has just hit YouTube and it's gone viral becoming the most viewed video today.  It's amazing to see the water wash ashore taking everything in its path like they are toys

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Sandra Bullock Donates $1 Million for Japanese Relief Efforts

According to CNN, Sandra Bullock has donated $1 Million dollars to the Red Cross for use in the Japanese Relief effort from the massive earthquake and tsunami last week.

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Tech Tuesday – The Internet Survives the Japanese Quake

Redundancy was built into the Internet from the start. It's primary purpose was to survive a nuclear attack and keep information flowing. And is has done this many times during past disasters, and the Japanese earthquake is no exception. In fact, in a matter of a few hours it was back up to normal traffic levels.

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Earthquake and Tsunami Help

Many of you are wondering how you can help the Japanese people, in the wake of the devastating earthquake and tsunami that has struck the island nation. Here are some organizations involved in the rescue and recovery effort that you can donate to.

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