Bruce Willis Returns To Die Hard Tower 34 Years Later In New Video

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Bruce Willis celebrates the 34th anniversary of Die Hard by paying a visit to Fox Plaza, the Los Angeles tower that fans know as Nakatomi Plaza. Bruce Willis is paying a visit to the iconic tower of Die Hard to commemorate the 34th anniversary of the film’s release. Los Angeles’ Fox Plaza skyscraper is better known to … Read more

A Wasp, Flower, And Fly Trapped in Amber Reveal 30-Million-Year Old Microcosm

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A newly-discovered plant, a recently-discovered wasp, and a developing fly larva have been found trapped in amber, in an exquisitely-preserved moment of prehistoric ecology.  If the image of an insect trapped in amber seems familiar, you have George Poinar, Jr. – the entomologist who made this discovery – to thank. His early work extracting insect DNA from Dominican amber … Read more

After 37 Years, the Sunny World of ‘Neighbours’ Comes to an End

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It was during a childhood bout of the chickenpox that Jon Dew happened to tune into the first episode of “Neighbours,” a soap opera following the lives of a group of families living in a fictional cul-de-sac in Melbourne, Australia. The sun was shining. The drama, served with a dash of cheeriness, was compelling. A … Read more

Scientists Calculated The Probability of Falling Space Junk Killing Somebody

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The chance of someone being killed by space junk falling from the sky may seem ridiculously tiny. After all, nobody has yet died from such an accident, though there have been instances of injury and damage to property.   But given that we are launching an increasing number of satellites, rockets and probes into space, … Read more

Presser Bullets: Ryan Day Expects A Top-10 Defense in 2022, Says Buckeyes Are “Scarred” By Last Year’s Loss to Michigan

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Ryan Day was the final coach to step to the podium at Lucas Oil Stadium Wednesday at Big Ten Media Days. The seven head coaches around the conference that didn’t speak at Tuesday’s event held their interview sessions on stage in Indianapolis, issuing opening statements before fielding questions from members of the media. Before Day, Purdue’s … Read more

Young children’s physiological response to social evaluation predicts their narcissism and self-esteem three years later

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A Dutch study published in the journal Psychophysiology has uncovered distinct physiological precursors to narcissism and self-esteem in young children. Four-year-olds who showed elevated skin conductance during social evaluation tended to have higher narcissism levels at age 7, while those who showed reduced skin conductance during social evaluation tended to have higher self-esteem at age 7. As … Read more

Sharks are millions of years older than dinosaurs and 5 other facts that may surprise you | CNN

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Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more. CNN  —  Sharks have scared us a lot this summer, primarily for suspected attacks on humans. However, humans are a larger threat to sharks than sharks are to us. The 34th official Shark Week takes … Read more

Alzheimer’s: New study finds hidden sign of dementia that appears 17 years in advance

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Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behaviour. Researchers are yet to identify the processes that cause Alzheimer’s and this remains the ultimate goal of research. However, a new study reflects the progress that is afoot in detecting the common cause of dementia. Researchers have developed a sensor … Read more

It’s official: The U.K. will host next year’s Eurovision contest on behalf of Ukraine

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Members of the Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra pose onstage after winning the Eurovision Song Contest on May 14 in Turin, Italy. The winning country typically hosts the next year’s competition, but Russia’s war in Ukraine has disrupted that tradition. Marco Bertorello/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Marco Bertorello/AFP via Getty Images Members of … Read more