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University of Texas to treat masculinity as a 'mental health issue'

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A new program at the University of Texas Counseling and Mental Health Center will promote “healthy masculinity” through “public events, educational workshops, and other forms of student involvement.” The goal is “to impact campus culture to increase acceptance of gender diversity, promote healthy relationships with an emphasis on consent, and prevent interpersonal violence.” PJ... 

Forbidden ‘Secret Teachings’ of Jesus to His Brother Have Just Been Discovered?

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Biblical scholars have discovered the first-known original Greek copy of an ancient forbidden Christian text that purportedly describes Jesus’ secret teachings to his “brother” James, an early leader of the Church. Geoffrey Smith and Brent Landau, religious studies scholars at The University of Texas at Austin, located the rare text in Oxford University archives earlier this year. The experts... 

University of Texas Stabber Reenacted White Genocide

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Monday, Kendrex White was taken into custody after he went berserk with a machete on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin. He killed one and left three injured. In 2012, before White was a student at UT Austin, he made a 14-minute, poorly produced video at his home that shows Kendrex White and his classmates reenacting the murder of white people by Haitian political figure Dutty Boukman.... 

Blood Vessels Retrieved From 80 Million Years Old Dinosaur Fossil

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Blood vessels from the demineralized Brachylophosaurus canadensis bone. American scientists have found blood vessel-like structures in a mid-sized duck-billed dinosaur that walked the earth 80 million years ago. The discovery offers further evidence that some soft tissue structures can survive millions of years. The research was led by Dr Tim Cleland of the University of Texas at Austin. His team “demineralized... 

Some corals adapt better to climate change than others

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Some coral species are better at adapting to climate change than others, a new study has revealed. The research, which was published in the journal Science on Thursday, was conducted by a group of international researchers in Australia. In many parts of the world, coral reefs are declining fast due to pollution, warming seas, disease and storms. Researchers tested several samples of coral reefs from... 

Progressives Sign Petition to Kill ‘Babies’ Up to 5 Years Old

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Numerous students at the University of Texas in Austin signed a petition in support of killing “babies” up to 5 years old, underscoring how many so-called progressives are actually vehement proponents of infanticide. Following a College Fix article which highlighted how more and more college students are expressing support for post-birth abortion, Infowars reporter Joe Biggs visited UT to canvass... 

Pentagon Is Giving Grenade Launchers to Campus Police

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In 1968, students at Columbia University staged a mass uprising other college campuses in protesting not just the war in Vietnam, but their school’s collaboration with the Institute for Defense Analysis, a Defense Department affiliate that researches weapons technologies. Today, weapons produced by that institute are used by the US military throughout the world and by campus police forces across... 

US scientists working on mind-controlled drones for military use

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A U.S. Air Force MQ-1 Predator unmanned aerial vehicle University researchers in Texas say they are designing a new type of drone, one that could be controlled simply and only with a soldier’s mind. If successful, the project would allow soldiers to command future drones in ways beyond simple navigational commands. While troops would be able to order a drone to “move left” and “move right,”... 

Our Galaxy may have 100 million life-sustaining planets

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Forget close encounters of a third kind. Imagine galactic encounters with millions of planets in the Milky Way galaxy, each of them overflowing with complex life forms. A new study says it’s a possibility. Although researchers are nearly unanimous in the belief that some other life forms exist in the great expanse of outer space, the worlds that any intelligent life forms inhabit are probably too... 

Jogger Arrested for Jaywalking, ‘Failure to identify’

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Footage capturing an aggressive arrest by Austin police of a non-violent jaywalker yesterday near the University of Texas campus is spurring outrage. Witnesses say a jogger wearing headphones ran past an officer and was quickly subdued for jaywalking. She was later arrested for failing to produce identification. “I was sitting at the Starbucks at 24th and San Antonio,” one witness told The Daily... 

Cancer Immunotherapy: Science's breakthrough of the year

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Science magazine chooses for its section 2013 Breakthrough of the Year, the subject of cancer immunotherapy, claiming that this form of treatment has marked a “turning point”, as the human body’s own immune system is honed in to direct the fight against the cancerous cells. In the latest edition of Science magazine, the article by Jennifer Couzin-Frankel is dedicated to the theme... 

Scientists capture beams of light using 25000 miniscule invisibility cloaks

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Findings: researchers found that these tiny invisibility cloaks altered around 20 per cent of any given surface area While the idea of an invisibility cloak may seem more science fiction than actual science, a group of American researchers are well on their way. Researchers from Towson University and the University of Maryland used 25,000 individual cloaks 30 micrometres in diameter to slow down light... 

Jupiter moon Europa has shallow lakes

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Scientists have uncovered evidence of small lakes existing 3km below the crust of Europa. Scientists have uncovered evidence of warmer water melting and fracturing the outer layers beneath the surface of Jupiter’s icy moon, Europa. The information comes from the unmanned Galileo spacecraft, which arrived at Jupiter and its moons in 1995. The results, published in the journal Nature, suggest that... 
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