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    Bubble nails might be curviest nail trend of all time
    Bubble-nailsFeed-twFeed-fbThere are seemingly endless ways to customize one's nails. One unusual way now making the rounds on the Internet is the bubble nail Also referred to as "hump nails," this curved nail art features a round of acrylic placed at the center of the nail and shaped into a bubble-like dome. Though many have touted it as a new trend, a post from Nails Magazine indicates that this style of nail art has been around since at least 2009. See also: 5 delicious nail art designs inspired by dessert
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    The magazine cites nail technician Hoa Bui of Ann's Nail Salon in Philadelphia for more information on how it's done: Read more...More about Pics, Nails, Watercooler, Work Play, and Lifestyle
    University of Illinois named the most booze-loving school in U.S.
    College-partyFeed-twFeed-fbFor incoming freshmen interested in four years of solid partying, it's not to late to transfer over to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The university was named the nation's top party school by the Princeton Review, in their annual ranking. U of I dethroned 2015's top party school, Syracuse University, to claim its first time at the top of the list since Princeton Review launched the category in 1993. Way to go, Illinois — Abe Lincoln would be proud See also: 10 Upgraded Punch Recipes to Class Up Your College Party The top five party schools are as follows: 1. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign2. University of Iowa3. University of Wisconsin-Madison4. Bucknell University5. Syracuse University Read more...More about College, School, Watercooler, Conversations, and Lists
    Young, sexy and quadriplegic in lacy lingerie
    Rachelle-friedman-chapmanFeed-twFeed-fbRachelle lays elegantly across a bed. Her hair is perfectly curled. Her lacy lingerie hugs her body. Her catheter, still source of insecurity for Rachelle, is bravely on display. She is undoubtedly sexy. People living with disabilities aren’t often seen as sexually desirable. It’s an assumption Rachelle Friedman Chapman knows is flat out wrong. Her proof is these sexy photos of herself. See also: I'm in a wheelchair, I'm queer and I'm still a real man Rachelle recently posted images from a boudoir photoshoot shot by Revolution Studios to her social media pages, where they quickly drew attention Read more...More about Social Good, Business, Pics, Conversations, and Work Play
    Universities sign on to clean sewage from water ahead of Rio de Janeiro's 2016 Olympics
    Ap_417504874956Feed-twFeed-fbRIO DE JANEIRO — Rio de Janeiro Governor Luiz Fernando Pezao has signed a deal with several Brazilian universities and research institutes to develop a plan for cleaning up the polluted waters of the city's sewage-strewn Guanabara Bay, where Olympic sailing events will be held. See also: Waters for Rio de Janiero's 2016 Olympics are 'basically raw sewage' Pezao on Monday hailed the deal as a "very important step" toward the long-promised cleanup, which has dragged on for more than 20 years with little progress. As part of Brazil's Olympic project, authorities pledged to drastically cut the amount of raw human sewage in the bay before the 2016 games. Officials have assured that the water will be safe for the Olympic athletes and the medical director of the International Olympic Committee said all was on track for providing safe competing venues. But neither the government nor the IOC tests for viruses, relying on bacteria testing only. Read more...More about Brazil, Environment, Olympics, Pollution, and Us World
    A Republican president would find it difficult to erase Obama's climate plan
    JebclimateFeed-twFeed-fbThe Republican presidential candidates say they're the only ones who can stop the Obama administration's landmark climate rules. “This is going to be a disaster, and we should fight it,” said former Florida governor Jeb Bush of the Clean Power Plan, which Obama rolled out on Monday "I believe it is unconstitutional, and I believe in a relatively short period of time the courts will weigh in," Bush said, according to the Washington Post. "It doesn’t solve the carbon issue that President Obama is so preoccupied with, but it hollows out our industrial core." Bush, along with other leading Republican candidates, have criticized the plan for potentially raising energy costs and eliminating coal sector jobs — both of which are attacks that Obama fired back against at Monday. Texas Senator Ted Cruz, for example, said the regulations will "cause Americans' electricity costs to skyrocket at a time when we can least afford it." Read more...More about Climate Change, Obama, Global Warming, Epa, and Us World
    Challenger, Columbia space shuttle wreckage on public display for first time
    Space-shuttle-debris-_kramFeed-twFeed-fbCAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA is offering up wreckage from the Challenger and Columbia space shuttle tragedies for public view after hiding it from the world for decades. A new exhibit at Kennedy Space Center in Florida features two pieces of debris, one from each lost shuttle, as well as poignant, personal reminders of the 14 astronauts killed in flight. It is an unprecedented collection of artifacts — the first time, in fact, that any Challenger or Columbia remains have been openly displayed. NASA's intent is to show how the astronauts lived, rather than how they died. As such, there are no pictures in the "Forever Remembered" exhibit of Challenger breaking apart in the Florida sky nearly 30 years ago or Columbia debris raining down on Texas 12 years ago. Read more...More about Nasa, Space Shuttle, Spaceflight, Us World, and Us
    This cleanup satellite is designed to gobble up space debris like Pac-Man
    SatelliteFeed-twFeed-fbA team of engineers has been at work for the past three years to develop a space cleanup satellite. The intent is to eliminate threatening, human-made orbital debris. The worry is not new — there's lots of clutter to pick and choose from, be it broken down satellites to tossed away rocket stages. SEE ALSO: 7 wild ways to clean up space junk A new entry to de-litter Earth orbit is the CleanSpace One project, spearheaded by researchers from eSpace, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne's (EPFL) Center for Space Engineering and Signal Processing 5 Laboratory and HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland. Read more...More about Space, Trash, Satellite, Pac Man, and Us World
    Sandstorm sweeps through Middle East's largest Syrian refugee camp
    Clfukrnveae2-jlFeed-twFeed-fbA huge sandstorm hit Jordan over the weekend, bringing harsh conditions to the largest camp for Syrian refugees in the Middle East. Za'atari refugee camp, located in a stretch of desert in northern Jordan near the city of Mafraq, is struggling with a heatwave that has pushed temperatures upwards of 105 degrees Fahrenheit The storm coated the caravans, tents and temporary shelters that make up the camp with a thick layer of sand. See also: 3 years later, Syrian refugee camp booms into makeshift city Nearly 83,000 people call the camp home. It has been open for three years to shelter Syrians fleeing conflict in their home country. More than 4 million have fled Syria due its civil war. Read more...More about Jordan, Unhcr, Us World, Refugees, and Climate
    Mt. Gox founder arrested in Japan, former employee details police cooperation on Reddit
    Mtgx097Feed-twFeed-fbThe head of the failed Japan-based bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox was arrested in Tokyo on Saturday on suspicion of inflating his cash account by $1 million, authorities said. Mark Karpeles, 30, is suspected of accessing the exchange's computer system in February 2013 and inflating his account, Japanese police said. If found guilty, the France-born Karpeles could face up to five years in prison, or a fine of up to 500,000 yen ($4,000). See also: Old-school NYSE creates a new bitcoin index Karpeles' lawyer said his client denies wrongdoing, the Kyodo News agency reported. Mt. Gox went offline early last year. Karpeles said then that tens of thousands of bitcoins worth several hundred million dollars were unaccounted for, and suggested they were stolen by hacking. Read more...More about Japan, Startups, Crime, Apps Software, and Us World
    IOC to order tests for viruses at Rio's Olympic water venues
    Brazil-triathlon_gilmFeed-twFeed-fbThe International Olympic Committee said Sunday it will order testing for disease-causing viruses in the sewage-polluted waters where athletes will compete during next year's Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games. Before, the IOC and local Olympic organizers in Rio said they would only test for bacteria in the water, as Brazil and virtually all nations only mandate such testing to determine the safety of recreational waters. But after an Associated Press investigation published last week revealed high counts of viruses directly linked to human sewage in the Olympic waters, the IOC reversed course after being advised by the World Health Organization (WHO) that it should expand its testing. Read more...More about Rio, Us World, Sports, 2016 Olympics, and Water Testing
    Whistleblower claims doping in Olympic athletics on a massive scale
    OlympicsFeed-twFeed-fbThe leaked blood test data of thousands of athletes is raising serious questions about the use of performance enhancing drugs at the Olympics and other high-profile sporting events Handed to the Sunday Times and German broadcaster ARD/WRD by a whistleblower, the secret results of 12,000 tests from 5,000 athletes have cast doubt on a large number of track and field medals won at the Olympics and world championship events See also: White House unveils ambitious climate mandate for clean power The publication claims the evidence — data taken from the world athletics governing body, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) — reveals the "extraordinary extent of cheating" by athletes. Read more...More about Olympics, Us World, Athletics, and Doping
    Memphis police name suspect in officer's killing
    Ap_101783965760Feed-twFeed-fbOn Sunday evening, Memphis police officials named a suspect in Saturday's shooting death of MPD officer Sean Bolton and released more details around the incident See also: Memphis police officer fatally shot during traffic stop During a press conference, Memphis police chief Toney Armstrong said Bolton was shot as he interrupted a drug deal when he approached a vehicle for being illegally parked Saturday night. Inside the car, Armstrong said, police found a scale and 1.7 grams of marijuana Armstrong also named a suspect in the shooting, 29-year-old Tremaine Wilbourn, who was allegedly a passenger in the car Read more...More about Crime, Us World, Us, Memphis, and Sean Bolton

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