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It’s a bit far away though.
The best place on Earth to stargaze is also the coldest. On a hill of ice in the wild lands of Antarctica sits the best position to stargaze on the planet. They call the hill Dome A, and it’s the place to ...
 
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You may just kick yourself for never getting into Magic: The Gathering.
You probably put your childhood toys away a long time ago. But it might be worth unpacking those boxes filled with Beanie Babies, action figures, and toy cars if you want to make some quick cash. These items could be worth a ...
 
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See photos of the historic Manila street through the years.
Aside from Intramuros, an area that's rich with history in Manila is Escolta Street. The land where Escolta stands today was owned by José Dámaso Gorricho, and it got its start as a business district during the late 1800s. From movie theaters to ...
 
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Take a tour of the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway.
Post-apocalyptic movies portray almost every scenario possible in the event of a crisis. Conserving seeds, however, is not one of them. And, it's one of the looming threats facing humanity. Case in point: Svalbard just recorded its hottest day ever at 21.2 degrees Celsius. ...
 
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In case you need a change of scenery.
Working from home got you down and feeling isolated? If you're up for a change of scenery, then you're in luck as Bermuda is offering the rare chance of being able to stay on its island for a year to work or study.Top ...
 
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What can't dogs do?
As it is microscopic, coronavirus has been called an invisible enemy. Though invisible to the naked eye, scientists have found another way to detect it: a dog's nose.Top Story: 25 Pinoy Bold Movies With the Weirdest TitlesThe new study by the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover found ...
 
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From exclusive travel services and music festivals, it's all about comfort and memorable experiences for well-off millennials.
The habits of millennials have attracted a fair amount of curiosity in recent years. Aside from not buying homes, most millennials reportedly—don't hold us to this—don't buy diamonds, fabric softener, or even cereal. Apparently.Rich millennials, on the other hand, are a severely different species. With millions to ...
 
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Scientists have discovered a huge benefit.
If you haven't seriously considered leaving this crackpot country in the last couple of years, then god bless you. But if you've dreamed of a life abroad, then the time is now. It might be the best thing you can do for ...
 
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'This pandemic has seen a surge in intense negative emotions amongst us—worry, anxiety, fear, anger, frustration.'
Staying in and working (or studying) at home is probably the best thing to happen—despite the circumstances. (We told you years ago that this would solve Manila's traffic problem.) But, even so, it's not all perfect.A survey conducted by Dr. Cecilla Gastardo-Conaco ...
 
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The university has done the numbers.
Remote learning and online classes have become part of the new normal. But, it's not even a viable option for a lot of Filipinos. In fact, according to the University of the Philippines, more than 5,600  of its students can't afford to do so.The ...
 
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Here are the best (and easiest) countries to migrate to because we all have our own reasons.
When it comes to migrating, there really is no fast and easy shortcut. You probably know that it takes a lot of planning and preparation, but there are certain countries that offer better options with better chances for you. Here are the best ...
 
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*Just one collection, that is.
The stories of Imelda Marcos' extravagance and corruption are well-documented. From towering skyscrapers to her numerous pairs of shoes, her shopping list really knows no bounds. Even then, however, it's hard to put into perspective just how much these have cost us.Another hurdle ...
 
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In case you're curious about the perks of being filthy rich in North Korea.
Every country has a jet-set. The privileged one percent. Their wealth affords them luxuries that other people with lesser packed wallets can’t enjoy. But our common perception of this extravagant way of living is often shaped by our copious consumption of TV ...
 
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One bright spot during these troubling times.
Comet NEOWISE (C/2020 F3) is one of the brightest comets in history and we’ve got a front row seat to all its glory. The comet has been on astronomers’ radar since March 27, but it wasn’t until recently that it became visible ...
 
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'Stereotypes that portray brilliance as a male trait are likely to hold women back across a wide range of prestigious careers.'
Society has greatly changed over the years when it comes to gender inequality in the workplace. But, it seems it's still not enough, according to a new study by the scientists at New York University, the University of Denver, and Harvard University.The research, which ...
 
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In case you didn't know, Airism is Uniqlo's light and breathable tech.
Uniqlo is one of those brands that's hard to resist. The Uniqlo U tees in every color possible? We'll cop 'em. The classic jean styles at a great price point? No doubt about it. Bottom line is, we all love Uniqlo.Now, you just might ...
 
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It's clear the '60s were a strong decade for the Philippines.
The '60s were a strong decade for the Philippines. From the production of consumer goods to processing raw materials, the country was one of Asia's powerhouses—and it's all evident from these photos. See photos of Manila during the 1960s below. ...
 
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It's the biggest spoiler of all.
Ever found yourself pretty much desensitized to the coronavirus pandemic? Or, maybe it seems oddly familiar? Chances are, you've seen how the whole thing has played out on movies like Contagion or Outbreak.That's because—if you're a true blue post-apocalyptic movie fan—researchers say being morbidly curious has given ...
 
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Travel through time and back again with these photos of Manila's landmarks.
It's always interesting to see before and after photos. From historic hotels to plazas and parks, we've  covered just about everything there is to compare between old Manila and right now—except, of course, the most recognizable landmarks we see around the city. Here, ...
 
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Get ready to stomp on some shells.
In the many, many months we've been in quarantine, Universal Studios Japan has been working overdrive to finish its newest attraction: a one-of-a-kind area called Super Nintendo World where you can play the game of your childhood in real life.Yup, we first reported about the new ...
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