There Are Five Different Phases in Your Day, Each With Music to Match
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There Are Five Different Phases in Your Day, Each With Music to Match

New research has shown that music listening habits can be broken down into five blocks during the day. This allows us to add what we listen too as
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Bitcoin jumps to new record high above $66,000 after landmark U.S. ETF launch

Bitcoin hit a new all-time high Wednesday, as investors celebrated the launch of the first U.S.-based bitcoin futures exchange-traded funds. At
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Roland's free mobile studio app helps you record fresh ideas

Roland offers a solution to spur-of the-moment sessions where inspiration can come from anywhere. Zentracker, the music pioneer, has released a free
Discovery of New Cellular Rhythm in The Heart Shows How It Tracks The 24-Hour Cycle
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Discovery of New Cellular Rhythm in The Heart Shows How It Tracks The 24-Hour Cycle

Scientists have discovered a new mechanism in cells that aids the mammal's heart to keep in tune with the circadian rhythms. This discovery could
Ancient Tracks May Be The Oldest Hominin Footprints Ever Found, Scientists Say
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Ancient Tracks May Be The Oldest Hominin Footprints Ever Found, Scientists Say

It is extremely difficult to unravel pre-human history. The Neanderthals did not write any early writings that would have summarized all the
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The Dixie fire threatened to pass 1 million acres, then was stopped in its tracks. Here's how

Tiffany Lozano takes a photograph of a melted street sign in Greenville, Calif. while Kelly Tan watches. The Dixie fire destroyed the town. (Mel
Baby On Nirvana's 'Nevermind' Cover Begs Them To Nix Genitalia Pic for 30th
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Baby On Nirvana's 'Nevermind' Cover Begs Them To Nix Genitalia Pic for 30th

Universal Music is about to commemorate the 30th anniversary Nirvana's "Nevermind", with several multi-format CD reissues... But the baby
Incredible Fossil Footprints Are The Earliest Known Trace of Humans in North America
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Incredible Fossil Footprints Are The Earliest Known Trace of Humans in North America

New evidence has been found that proves humans lived in North America 7,000 years earlier than archaeologists thought. Fossil footprints discovered
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Human footprints thought to be oldest in North America discovered

Archaeologists have discovered what they believe to be the oldest human footprints found in North America. Scientists discovered ancient footprints
Earliest evidence of human activity found in the Americas
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Earliest evidence of human activity found in the Americas

Thomas Urban conducts a magnetometer study of mammoth footprints in White Sands. Credit: David Bustos / Cornell University New Mexico's White Sands