Using Satellites And Artificial Intelligence, Elephants Accurately Counted From Space

Even against a complex geological background, a satellite, with the help of an artificial intelligence, was able to spot a herd of African elephants for the first time. It counted them accurately from space while moving through complicated landscapes that involved...

Man Regains Sight And Can See His Family Again After Becoming First Person Ever to Receive an Artificial Cornea

Things are going swimmingly for the first patient ever to receive an artificial cornea implant, who was able to see his family immediately after waking up. The 78-year-old man was able to perform the classic eye exam test of identifying numbers and letters from a...

What’s the Key to Raising Confident Kids? Here’s What the Majority of Parents Say…

82% of parents are making a daily, concerted effort to raise their children to be confident, according to a new survey. A poll of 1,000 parents of school-aged children found 47% said they make sure they themselves are a good example of confidence for their children....

You Shouldn’t Eat Late at Night: Here’s Why and How You Can Avoid it

All manner of subtle detriments can befall those who eat late at night, or even merely after the sun goes down. These can include heightened blood sugar, decreased insulin sensitivity, inflammation, and shallow sleep—a situation that if occurring in a chronic sense...

Little Boy’s Stuffed Bambi Rescued From Frozen Canal – They Didn’t Think People Would Care

Everyone knows Santa’s favorite red-nosed reindeer knows how to fly. Unfortunately, his namesake, Rudolph, a beloved stuffed toy fawn belonging to 4-year-old Nico Lavallée, did not. Sadly, Nico found that out the hard way while on a walk with his mom, Brenda Duke, and...

This May Be Earth’s Oldest Rock – But it Was Collected on The Moon

A rock taken by the Apollo 14 astronauts in 1971 from the surface of the moon was just determined to be merely a tourist—not a resident—of our nearest cosmic neighbor. Analysis of the conditions that formed part of this 20-pound stone suggests that, rather than being...

Volunteers Remove 9,200-lbs. of Trash From One of the Dirtiest Rivers in the US

In an epic cleanup weekend, volunteers dug out more than 9,000 pounds of trash from along the banks of the Tennessee River. Organized by nonprofits Keep the Tennessee River Beautiful and Johnsonville State Historic Park The team led another cleanup in October, when...

IKEA Buys 11,000 Acres of U.S. Forest to Keep It From Being Developed

IKEA is continuing to try and remain true to their principals—protecting the environment and striving to become a carbon neutral company, while still remaining one of the world’s  most pleasurable shopping experiences. Their latest move is a large purchase of 11,000...

This ‘Life-changing’ Backward Walker is Helping People Move Forward – Hands Free

The inventor has gone into debt launching this company, but he says that giving people the ability to walk again, and seeing them embrace their freedom, makes the effort worth more than words can say. Rob Karlovich’s vision for a revolutionary new walking aide was...

Clever Australian Shepherd Appears to Outsmart Owner, So He Can Get Two Treats

This dog’s owner says he wanted to do a test to see if his dog could resist taking a treat, even if he left the room. In the video, a 4-year-old Australian Shepherd named Morty pauses only a few seconds before he gobbles up the treat. But he soon scurries over to the...

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