Mia Wilcock

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How To: Quick & Easy Hair Styles | Zoella

Pumpkin Carving Shenanigans with Gabby | Zoella

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Q&A - My Furry Friends & Christmas | Zoella

BooHoo Haul & Giveaway | Zoella

Autumn/Fall Makeup | Gold Eyes & Berry Lips | Zoella

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The Best Nail Colors For Winter

Ever since starting my adventures as Miss Ladyfinger just a few years ago, my small New York City apartment has become a nail polish nirvana. There …

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Why Your Dog Is Smarter Than My Baby

Dolphins are as smart as 3-year olds, and dogs as smart as two-year old children, and some chimps are better at remembering things than any adult I know. But what do intelligence comparisons actually show us?<p>On the surface, human babies appear to be miles behind the rest of the animal kingdom. …

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Best Space Pictures: Blood Moon, Auroras, and Rover Tracks

A Martian rover makes tracks and the moon turns blood red in this week's best space pictures.<p>The night sky presides over a cherry tree in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan, on April 12.<p>The mayor of Tokyo presented 3,000 cherry trees to Washington, D.C., in 1912 as a sign of friendship between Japan and …

Fossils Suggest Modern Sharks Are More Evolved Than Previously Thought

A 325-million-year-old fossil fish shows that evolution hasn't left sharks alone.<p>Paleontologists have long thought that sharks hit on the right combination of body shape and internal anatomy early on, and that evolutionary forces didn't tinker much with the design over the following hundreds of …

You're Not Highly Evolved

Here's where our bodies still mess up<p>As humans, it’s tempting to think of ourselves as the pinnacle of evolutionary progress. But evolution can only work with what’s available, resulting in a body that’s a bundle of compromises.<p>FEET<p>Our ankles and feet started out as flexible tree-climbing tools …

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Almost Earth: A Newly Discovered Planet Could Be a Lot Like Ours

When a faulty aiming device crippled the Kepler space telescope last year, NASA officials reluctantly declared the orbiting observatory’s …

32,000 Year-Old Flower Has Rebloomed

Melting permafrost is not helping climate change, as it gives off gusts of globe-warming methane. But the world's scientists are finding a treasure …

Big asteroids hit Earth far more than we're told, say astronauts

Are asteroids a little passé?<p>We're always told they're flying around us and over us. It seems a touch more rare that they smash into, say, Manhattan, or Peoria, Ill.<p>Still, we make movies and video games about it, as if it could happen anytime.<p>Now along come three former astronauts to offer: "Hey, …

NASA catches a glimpse of Saturn birthing a new moon

For the first and perhaps the last time ever, NASA's Cassini spacecraft, whose mission is to orbit Saturn, has captured a new moon emerge from the jovian planet's rings. As you might know, the birth of a moon is an extremely rare event, and in Saturn's case, it might never happen again. You see, …

Steven Spielberg attached to The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara

Steven Spielberg has added a new project to his upcoming slate, with Variety reporting that he’s attached himself to the religious drama <b>The</b> …

Human fish and the 10-stone toddler: the weird world of British Pathé

British Pathé, which documented the first 70 years of the 20th century in cinema newsreels, has uploaded its entire collection of 85,000 films to its YouTube channel. That's about 3,500 hours of historic footage. How on earth do you start exploring that?<p>The answer is to plunge in randomly, which is …

Martin Freeman interview: 'I had no interest in Fargo just being a TV version of the film'

<b>Martin Freeman is best known for his parts in The Office, Sherlock and The Hobbit. He stars with Billy Bob Thornton in C4's 10-part series Fargo, based on the Coen brothers' film of the same name.</b><p><b>You didn't watch</b> <b>Fargo</b> <b>after being cast. Have you ever seen it?</b><p>Yes. I am a fan of the Coen brothers. I'm …

Dozens killed in series of blasts in Iraq

At least 25 people were killed in the latest wave of attacks across Iraq, including a series of bombings targeting shoppers in a Sunni neighbourhood in Baghdad, authorities have said.<p>Four people were killed in a twin bomb attack on busy commerical streets in the Dora neighbourhood in the capital on …

Syrian Rebels Are Being Armed With US-Made Anti-Tank Missiles

With Saudi assistance, the U.S. has delivered about a dozen BGM-71 TOW (Tube-launched, Optically-tracked, Wire-guided) missile systems to at least one rebel group.<p>"To make it clear, our allies are only delivering these missiles to trusted groups that are moderate," one senior leader of rebel group …

Australia sees 'regroup' on Malaysian plane search in a few days

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Australia will decide in a few days whether to alter or scale back the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, but will consult all countries involved on any changes, Australia’s ambassador to the United States said on Sunday.<p>Kim Beazley told CNN the search countries …