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Stop Motion Face Painting Video Finds Fame

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February 4, 2014
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An artist uses stop-motion animation in a video that has a total of nearly one million views online. Tara Cleary reports. Video provided by Reuters


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Study: Online Dating More Likely to End in Happy Marriage

Buzz60 (June 4, 2013) — A study from the University of Chicago finds that couples who meet online are more likely to have happy marriages than couples who meet elsewhere. The study also finds that couples who meet at a bar, spin class or wherever, are 25% more likely to have a relationship that ends in divorce than those who meet online.
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Painting Fool Is No Idiot

Painting Fool Is No Idiot

Reuters (June 25, 2012) — The Painting Fool, a computer program which has been taught to recognize human emotion, has been building a reputation as an accomplished artist over the past decade.
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Kim Kardashian's $ $200 Million Video Game Pay Day!

Kim Kardashian's $ $200 Million Video Game Pay Day!

Celeb TV (July 15, 2014) — From sex tapes to video games, Kim Kardashian knows how to make money! According to Bloomberg, the reality star's video game could earn around $200 million! The games lets users rise to fame by dressing up and dating famous people - wonder how many points making a "video" gets you?! And that's not all the Kimmy news we have - a woman named Claire Louise Leeson has been heating up the internet lately, because she paid thousands of dollars to get surgery to look just like Kim! You have to see the pictures to believe them! Video provided by Celeb TV
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Bursting Bubbles Governed by Mathematics in Motion

Bursting Bubbles Governed by Mathematics in Motion

Reuters (May 14, 2013) — The evolution and disappearance of foamy bubbles are governed by linked mathematical equations that two Berkeley researchers say could be utilised in the manufacture of foams such as those used in bicycle helmets. The two mathematicians have illustrated their findings in mesmerising style, with a computer-generated video depicting bubble mathematics in motion.
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