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Acrobatic Sex Positions: So Crazy We Dare You to Try Them-P2P – Releaselog | RLSLOG.net

Acrobatic Sex Positions brings exciting twists and turns to 69 sex positions so wild you almost won't believe them. Not for the timid, these positions challenge flexibility and stamina and will get re

Researchers used fMRI with representational similarity analysis to search for a neural code consistent with semantic false memory. They found clear evidence that false memories emerge from a similarity-based neural code in the temporal pole - region that has been called the semantic hub of the brain

Atmospheric evidence for a global secular increase in carbon isotopic discrimination of land photosynthesis

Computer vision algorithms were used to examine millions of Google Street View images to measure how urban areas are changing. The Harvard study found that two key demographic characteristics - high density and high education - play important roles in urban improvement. http://ift.tt/2sDkKRa

For blacks in America the gap in neighborhood poverty has declined faster than segregation. This resulted primarily from narrowing differences between blacks and whites as opposed to narrowing differences between blacks and Hispanics or blacks and Asians.

Stephanie Kwolek was a pioneering chemists of the 1960s and invented Kevlar. We will miss you. #STEM #STEMists #chemist

How This Woman Changed the World

Kevlar Inventor Stephanie Kwolek --As one of the few pioneering female chemists in the Stephanie Kwolek invented the flexible, tougher than steel fibers that were used to create life-saving body armor for law enforcement and soldiers.

CUPIDITA - Short Dance Film. I'm pretty sure this is the sexiest thing since sliced bread. Porn people and gratuitous sex filmmakers, take note: this couple had intense, beautiful chemistry and they kept their clothes on the entire time!!

I'm pretty sure this is the sexiest thing since sliced bread. Porn people and gratuitous sex filmmakers, take note: this couple had intense, beautiful chemistry and they kept their clothes on the entire time!

Top U.S. Scientific Misconduct Official Quits in Frustration With Bureaucracy | Science/AAAS | News

Misconduct, Not Mistakes, Causes Most Retractions of Scientific Papers (via ScienceInsider)

A new study finds that we often think of ourselves as both morally superior and less biased than other people.

The journal Social Psychological and Personality Science has shown that when evaluating their own morality people will almost always judge themselves as morally superior to the average person.

What Is This “Polar Vortex” That Is Freezing the U.S.? | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network

Scientists Discover Children’s Cells Living in Mothers’ Brains: Scientific American

Microsoft Unveils Free Preview Version Of Windows 8 OS

Powerful “Flame” Cyber Weapon Found In Middle East

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