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15 Space Mission Disasters

The cost of the Apollo program, which supposedly landed a man on the moon, was estimated (by NASA) to cost $170 billion (adjusted for inflation.) Space exploration uses the brightest minds and the latest equipment, we have been told, which is why it is so expensive. In the end, landing a man on the moon or a rover on Mars supposedly makes the whole project worth it. But what about the failed space missions? How much money goes into those projects? And who is held accountable when they fail? There have been so many of them in the past fifty years — these questions are certainly worth asking.

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The 20 Awesomest Kenny Powers / Historical Figure Mash-Ups

Beethoven, Stephen Hawking, Benjamin Franklin - what do they all have in common? They have zero jet ski riding skills and can't throw a fastball for sh*t. What they do have however, are brilliant minds that have helped to shape history as we know it. Imagine if you took the "powerisms" of Kenny Powers and mashed them with some of the greatest figures in history, what a fantastic piece of Internet gold you would have. Well, our team of monkey scientists did just that.

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The 10 Biggest Tech Innovations of the New York Auto Show

New production models and concept cars might have stolen this year's New York International Auto Show, but underneath all that aluminum, steel and carbon fiber was some impressive new technology, most of which is headed to a car near you in the coming months and years. From all-wheel drive hybrid powertrains to cloud-connected digital dashboards, the vehicles lining the halls at the Javits Center are harbingers of the future, and we've compiled the stand-outs here in the best new automotive technologies of the 2012 New York Auto Show.

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10 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Mad Max

The grandaddy of all dystopian action extravaganzas, Mad Max burst into cinemas in 1979 in all of its super-charged, leather-clad glory, changing genre cinema forever. Influenced by the 1973 oil crisis that turned many motorists all over the globe to violence, Mad Max depicted a desolate world with long stretches of highways interrupted only by derelict signs of civilization. The remnants of a once strong police force, the Main Force Patrol do their best to maintain law while wild gangs of outlaw bikers loot, rape, and siphon their way through society. One of these officers, Max Rockatansky, looses faith in the justice after his best friend, wife, and infant son fall victim to the nastiest gang of them all, led by the Genghis Khan of the wasteland, the Toecutter. Shot over 12 weeks in and around Melbourne with a humble budget of $350,000 (Australian), the making of Mad Max was sometimes just as chaotic and dangerous as the world depicted in the film.

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America's 10 Best Small Towns

Smithsonian Magazine has named the 20 best small towns in America. Here are 10, starting with Great Barrington, Mass. -- Smithsonian magazine put this town at the top of the list because it "still evokes Grover's Corners, with its white-steepled churches and doughnut bakeries. But you don't have to live there to see that the town has changed, welcoming new immigrant groups and coming up with schemes like minting its own local currency to keep it vital."

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10 Beach and Pool Etiquette Rules

Most people head to the beach or pool to relax and let loose—but how loose is too loose? Learn which discourteous behaviors—from blasting your music to letting your kids (or pets) roam freely—to avoid so you can keep the peace this summer.

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The 7 Most Horrifying Things Found Living Inside People

It's not what is on the outside you should be worried about. Here is a list of the creepiest non-human invaders that could end up inside you, sometimes without your knowledge.

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10 Bizarre Things People Have Done In Their Sleep

Parasomnias are the class of sleep disorders associated with abnormal sleeptime behavior. One of the most common examples of parasomnia, for example, is somnambulism (better known as sleepwalking). But as far as parasomnias go, sleepwalking is actually fairly run-of-the mill. Here are ten examples of some of the most interesting, dangerous, and peculiar cases of parasomnia in recent history.

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10 Most Ridiculous Uses of the Internet in Movies

If you’re a regular moviegoer and avid web surfer then you’ve probably seen your fair share of films that strain the limits of credibility where the use of the internet is concerned. Some instances may have slipped past the average viewer, but as a proclaimed techie you just had to laugh.

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Women's Health: Preventing The Top 7 Threats

Many of the leading threats to women's health can be prevented — if you know how. Consider this top seven list of women's health threats, compiled from statistics provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other leading organizations. Then get serious about reducing your risks.

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