My Dribble – Daily Articles About Nothing Specific

This Is What An Ecological Disaster Looks Like…And It’s The Worst Thing Ever

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When we hear about a far-reaching and devastating ecological disaster, it’s no surprise that most of us would assume it happened in China. While these types of catastrophes take place all over the world with startling regularity, they seem to occur in the Asian country far more often. This time around though, something unbelievable happened […]

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Watching A Glacier Might Sound Dull, But Not When This Terrifying Phenomenon Happens

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Does watching a glacier sound exciting to you? Well, maybe it should — and it should also sound terrifying. When two researchers were watching a glacier in Greenland on what seemed like a typical day, something insane happened. The implications of this event don’t bode well for our planet. The glacier began a process known […]

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He Spent A Year In Space, And Here Are Some Of The Coolest Things He Saw

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NASA astronaut Scott Kelly went to space almost a year ago on a mission to study the effects of life in outer space on the human body. After months of extensive research, Kelly is finally home. Late Tuesday night, Kelly and fellow astronauts Mikhail Kornienko and Sergey Volkov landed back here on Earth. As you […]

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What The MythBusters Think About 14 Science Things

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Vaccines? Climate change? Yup. MythBusters Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman have been making things explode for 13 seasons. But we wanted to hear what they think of some of the biggest recent science headlines, from the Jurassic Park sequel to Mercury retrograde. Here are 14 of their answers from our lightning round of word association. […]

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This Artist Creates Something Beautiful Out Of The Absolute Last Thing You’d Expect

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Although food sanitation laws are, of course, developed with safety in mind, putting them into practice often culminates in piles and piles of discarded meat. Unfortunately, as long as the demand for protein products remains as high as it is worldwide, this will continue to pose a problem for the food industry. As artists tend […]

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This New Product Allows You To Bathe Without Using Any Water. Count Me In!

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CNN Ludwick Marishane shouldn’t expect a thank you from lazy people everywhere, but that’s not because he doesn’t deserve one. Six years ago, when he was only 17-years-old, he invented a product that allows people to clean themselves without having to turn on the shower or draw a bath: DryBath. Listen up, college students. CNN If […]

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Once You’re Done Using This Pencil, You Can Throw It Out…Into The Yard

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In just one year, about 15 million pencils are manufactured, used, and tossed in the trash. Not bad for an item that’s facing decline due to computers, but it’s not great for the environment. So one company decided to design pencils that serve a bigger purpose. Sprout World creates pencils that, once you’ve worn them […]

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This Sound Is Totally Explainable, But It’s Still Pretty Unsettling

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googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DTBT_ATF’); }); A natural phenomenon that just occurred in Israel has people worried that the apocalypse isn’t far away. But don’t start giving away your stuff just yet, folks. Though many are interpreting this as a sign that the end of days is coming, there’s a simple scientific explanation. In Jerusalem recently, trumpet-like […]

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They Were On A Boat Enjoying The Day When They Saw This Freaky Thing Approaching

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If there’s one cryptid that seems to have exhausted the interest of the public, it’s the Loch Ness Monster. Old Nessie has led researchers on what seems like a wild goose chase for close to 100 years. Still, there are those who will never give up the search for the monster of Loch Ness, Scotland. […]

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It May Look Like A Portal To A Mythical Realm, But It Serves A Practical Function

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Spillways are designed to control water in dams, but this one looks more surreal than practical. The Covao do Conchos Spillway was built in 1955, and it’s part of the Conchos Dam in Portugal. The 4,984-foot-long tunnel leading to the dam is a seriously impressive display of human engineering, but most people are more impressed […]

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