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Unlikely fairytale for one "Solid" Spin & Go winner

Broadly speaking, a fairy tale that involves a character called <b>"Solid Penis"</b> is not one that's going to make it as a bed time story. Or at least, a …

Isle of Man

Poker & Pop Culture: Professional Card Sharps Rocking the Boat

"Poker expresses the tension between nature and civilization, between order and lawlessness."<p>So writes Associate Professor of Humanities <b>Kevin L.</b> …

Pop Culture

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Tour the breathtaking space photos shortlisted for Astronomy Photographer of the Year

From Venus to the International Space Station, these photos are all shortlisted for the Royal Greenwich Observatory's Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016

Astronomy

10 Hold'em Tips: The Importance of Position

If you watch a lot of poker on television, you've probably noticed how most no-limit hold'em hands are contested heads-up after the flop. A player …

Poker

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Trampoline

Scientists Can Zoom Inside Real-Time 3D Images of Cells with this New Microscope

One of the 2014 Nobel Prize winners is back with a brilliant new advance on the microscope.<p><b>Using sheets of light to scan cells, a new</b> microscope can capture real-time 3D videos of what's happening inside cells down to the molecular level—feat once thought impossible.<p>The inventors of the new …

Life Sciences

Scientists are sending fungi into space in the hope of developing new medicines

Scientists are sending four strains of fungi to the International Space Station to see what happens when the tiny organisms contend with the stress of microgravity and space radiation.<p>It's not just for kicks. Researchers say that putting these fungi in an extraterrestrial environment could cause …

Fungi

Scientists have a new theory on what makes up dark matter

Dark matter and the nature of black holes are two of the biggest mysteries in astrophysics, and now a new theory has linked the two together: Dark matter might actually be composed of a type of black hole.<p>Dark matter, an invisible substance that scientists think makes up 27% of the universe, is a …

New NASA photos of Pluto reveal Earth-like terrain that is "a total, complete mystery" to scientists — Quartz

Close-up imagery of Pluto’s surface has scientists wondering how the dwarf planet’s terrain came to be. The photos, which show expansive mountain ranges and valleys, were taken by the New Horizons probe in July 2015 and were released by NASA this week.<p>“We traveled 3,000 miles and found something a …

Space

It’s a baby-planet! Scientists watch new planet being born from dust (VIDEO) — RT America

A juvenile planet formed around a young star named LkCa 15 in the neighborhood of Taurus, some 450 light years from Earth.<p><i>“This is the first time that we’ve imaged a planet that we can say is still forming,”</i> said Stephanie Sallum, a University of Arizona graduate student who worked on the …

Science

Scientists Say They've Unearthed A Completely New Kind Of Meteorite

Scientists say that in a Swedish quarry, they've uncovered a meteorite unlike any other documented on the planet.<p>Its chemical makeup is unique among the 50,000 meteorites known on Earth, as Birger Schmitz of Sweden's Lund University tells The Two-Way. "This does not resemble anything ... even if we …

Science

Scientists Find New Kind Of Fukushima Fallout

Some of the radioactive material that escaped the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactor in 2011 took a form no one was looking for, scientists have discovered. Now they have to figure out what it means for Japan and for future disasters.<p>Radioactive cesium—specifically, cesium-137—is one of the waste …

Japan

Hundreds of New Galaxies Detected in First Image From Super Telescope

Image: MeerKATThe MeerKAT radio telescope isn’t even finished being built, but it’s already released its first image: a small patch of sky showcasing …

Galaxies

NASA: Melting Ice Sheets Is Changing How the Earth Rotates

Driven by dwindling polar ice, climate change is actually changing the way the Earth spins, new research shows. Melting ice sheets are contributing …

Climate Change

Scientists extend the lifespan of mice by up to 35 percent

The foundation of the elixir of life, or just long-life pets?<p>Would you like to live 35 percent longer? Apparently the trick is removing worn-out "senescent' cells that have a degenerative affect on your body. "Cellular senescence is a biological mechanism that functions as an 'emergency brake' used …

Biology

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Why Stack-to-Pot Ratio Determines All Tournament Play

It's the middle stage of the tournament. You look down at in the small blind. It folds around and you open the action with a raise to twice the big …

Poker

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Bradford pirate radio station from the 1980s is back - but this time it's legal

A POPULAR pirate radio station from the 1980s era in Bradford is making a comeback - but this time it's going legal.<p>Two original DJs from PCR …

Radio

Play Poker Without Looking at Your Cards? It Can Be Eye-Opening

In no-limit hold'em tournaments, there's a long list of factors potentially relevant to how you're going to approach each hand. The list includes …

Poker

Sharpen Your Short-Handed Game: Fedor Holz on Shootout Strategy

He's currently the top-ranked tournament player in the world according to the <b>Global Poker Index</b>. He's leading the <b>2016 GPI Player of the Year</b> race as …

Poker

Saturn’s moon Titan could have the right chemistry for life

Titan, Saturn's aptly named largest moon, is exactly the kind of place we want to visit: NASA describes it as "one of the most Earth-like worlds we have found to date." It has a dense atmosphere and stable lakes and rivers.<p>Its air isn't breathable (it's almost entirely nitrogen, with a little …

Chemistry