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Humans 'will become God-like cyborgs within 200 years'

The amalgamation of man and machine will be the ‘biggest evolution in biology’ claims Professor Yuval Noah Harari<p>Wealthy humans are likely become cyborgs within 200 years as they gradually merge with technology like computers and smart phones, a historian has claimed.<p>Yuval Noah Harari, a professor …


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27 Puppies Who Are Too Cute To Be Real

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7 Jaw-Dropping Hawaii Spots Where Time Stands Still

Ever wonder what's behind that famous "aloha spirit?" Why are people in Hawaii so darn healthy and happy all the time?<p>The local culture is a big part of it, of course, as is the natural beauty of the islands. But science has something to say about it, too. According to three different 2012 …

India just experienced a massive tiger boom — but the species is still threatened

The tigers have been threatened by poaching, reduction of prey and habitat destruction<p>According to data released on Tuesday, the number of tigers in India has increased by 30 percent in the last three years, from 1,706 in 2011 to 2,226 in 2014. The news represents a massive success for conservation …

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Grumpy Cat Books N’ Berkeley

Spread the Cute:<p>A reminder, Grumpy Cat will be in Berkeley for the opening of the Berkeley Humane Society’s new Mobile Adoption Center, this Saturday …

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India's Tigers May Be Rebounding, in Rare Success for Endangered Species

New population numbers reflect better tracking and progress against poaching, say scientists.<p>More money has been spent on tiger conservation than on preserving any other species in the world, yet wildlife biologists have been seemingly unable to stop the decline of the iconic big cat in the face of …