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'Underdog' Takes Top Honors At Westminster Dog Show

By Meera Dolasia on February 20, 2011
'Underdog' Takes Top Honors At Westminster Dog Show

On February 15th, five-year old Foxcliffe Hickory Wind, A.K.A. Hickory, took the world by surprise, when he became the first Scottish deerhound to win the title of America's Top Dog in the 135 year-old history of the Westminster Kennel Dog Show.

Can't Decide Between Cycling And Soccer? Play Cycle Ball!

By Meera Dolasia on February 20, 2011
Can't Decide Between Cycling And Soccer? Play Cycle Ball!

If you like bicycling as much as you like playing ball and can't seem to decide between the two sports, you may want to consider Cycle Ball - A fun sport that adopts the key attributes from both activities and transforms it, into a totally new game.

Scientists And Dolphins Learn How To 'Talk' To Each Other

By Meera Dolasia on February 19, 2011
Scientists And Dolphins Learn How To 'Talk' To Each Other

It is a well-known fact that dolphins are amongst the most intelligent animals on the planet. Yet, we have never figured out how to really communicate with them or for that matter, any other animals either. Now, a team of scientists from Florida's Wild Dolphin project, have taken the first step towards cracking the code.

The Tsunami Of Revolts Has Begun

By Meera Dolasia on February 18, 2011
The Tsunami Of Revolts Has Begun

Buoyed by the successful revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, a number of countries in North Africa and the Middle East have begun to protest against their oppressive regimes - Here is a rundown on all the latest action that is going on in Africa and beyond.

Are These Fake Toes The First Artificial Limbs?

By Meera Dolasia on February 17, 2011
Are These Fake Toes The First Artificial Limbs?

While the science of prosthetics or artificial limbs is thought of as a fairly recent branch of medicine, Jacky Finch and her team at the University of Manchester beg to differ - They believe that the first artificial limbs can be traced all the way back to the Egyptian era, around 700 B.C.

Miniature Meals Make For Some Funky Jewelry

By Meera Dolasia on February 16, 2011
Miniature Meals Make For Some Funky Jewelry

Who would have figured that coffee & donut or nachos & coke could add some bling to that swanky new dress? However, even the most sophisticated fashionista will concur that Sophia Molnar's hand crafted miniature meals would be a stunning, not to mention delectable, addition to any outfit.

Can You Doodle 4 Google?

By Meera Dolasia on February 15, 2011
Can You Doodle 4 Google?

The Google Doodle or decorative changes made to the company's logo are almost as famous as the company itself. Started as a way to make the search experience a little more fun, they have become an integral part of the company - with a fan base that anticipates the release of each Doodle, and even collects them. Now you too, can become famous by entering this year's Doodle 4 Google contest and have your artwork displayed on the world's most visited website for an entire day!

Video Of The Week - Shaolin Monk Pierces Glass With A Needle!

By Meera Dolasia on February 14, 2011
Video Of The Week - Shaolin Monk Pierces Glass With A Needle!

Those of you familiar with martial arts, know how powerful it can be. Therefore, you will not be surprised to see this Shaolin monk pierce a piece of glass with an ordinary sewing needle.

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