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Thai Prime Minister Visits Australia - Day 2

Thai Food Robot: Thailand’s Government Takes Steps Against Unworthy Thai Food!

During her 3-year tenure as Prime Minister of Thailand until a coup d’état overthrew her government last May, Yingluck Shinawatra complained of being served bad Thai food when she traveled; as a response, Shinawatra put her money where her mouth was and sponsored the creation of Thai food robots that will see if a meal is really Thai food!

Santiago's Way. Jacobean Routes. French way. Pilgrims walking across cereal fields near Redecilla del Camino, Burgos. It is the first Castillian village on the French way to Santiago de Compostela.

Genetically Engineered Wheat in Oregon And Montana, Authorities Are Shocked And Don’t Know How It Happened!

The case of the genetically engineered wheat in Oregon has been going around since 2013, when the crops appeared as if by magic in the east of the state; however, as the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) investigators close the case due to lack of evidence … however, it turns out that the genetically engineered wheat of Oregon isn’t the only cause for concern: this past summer, there another streak of it was found in Montana.

GUMMY WORMS - Halloween recipe

Japan’s Gummy Bug Sweets: A Coffee Shop In The Asian Country Sells Amazingly Realistic Worm Sweets

If you’re visiting Japan at the moment and you’re already concerned with Halloween treats, there’s a great option for you: Japan’s gummy bug sweets.

"Butch T" Scorpion (Mississippi Strain) Pepper Review grown by Ed Currie PuckerButt Pepper Company

Scorpion Pepper: No Longer The Hottest Pepper In The World, as Carolina Reaper Takes No. 1 Spot [PHOTOS]

The Trinidad scorpion pepper (full name Trinidad scorpion 'Butch T' pepper, which derives from the Trinidad moruga scorpion) was named the hottest pepper on Earth by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2011 and retained that spot for a full 3 years … but now, the famous book of records features a new extremely hot pepper: the Carolina Reaper.

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Subway to use Softcard for Mobile Payments

Subway has partnered with Softcard to ensure that customers can pay through their mobile phones for a bite of their favorite Subway sandwich. The sandwich restaurant has announced that through Softcard branded NFC terminals spread out in 26,000 locations countrywide, sandwich fans will now find it easier to pay for their bread and veggie delight.

AROMAFORK

The Aromafork: New Gadget Enhances Meal With Built-in Scents

Need a way to improve your dining experience? Try the AROMAFORK.

Bread

World's First Synthetic Yeast Chromosome Created by Scientists

You thought yeast was just for making bread rise, didn't you? Scientists have now created a new synthetic yeast chromosome that could lead to dramatic advances in molecular biology.

Starbucks

Tip Your Starbucks Barista From Your iPhone

Starbucks announced that it will improve its mobile application that will allow customers visiting its stores to tip their baristas from their iPhone.

Facebook

Facebook Use Linked to Eating Disorders in College Women

How often are you on Facebook? The social media site could actually be contributing to unhealthy eating habits. A new study reveals that college women who use Facebook are more likely to have disordered eating habits.

Beer

Beer Viz is the Pandora of Alcohol: New System Offers Suggestions

Stanford students seek to pair you with the perfect beer.

Bacon

Oscar Mayer Creates Sizzling Bacon Scented Alarm

How much do you love bacon? Would you want to wake up to the smell of it every morning? If rising to the scent of sizzling meat is your dream, then Oscar Mayer may have made your wish come true.

Tap water

Clean Drinking Water Created with New, Cheap Wood Filter

Clean drinking water is crucial for the health and wellbeing of people across the globe. Now, researchers have created a simple water filter that could revolutionize the way people can access clean drinking water.

miracle machine

Miracle Machine Turns Water Into Wine

There's a new, simple home system to make water into wine, all controlled by your phone.

Spinach

Space Rays Make Healthier Veggies

Growing vegetables for space travel? A few blasts of space light could increase eyesight enhancing nutrients.

Cow

Cows Give More Milk For Slow Jams

Do you want the most milk out of your cow? Keep it smooth.

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Now Hunger Threat Shadows Ebola In West Africa

The threat of hunger is tracking Ebola across affected West African nations as the disease kills farmers and their families, drives workers from the fields and creates food shortages.

Olive Garden, Unlimited Pasta, and the Future of Human Achievement

Olive Garden Report: The Public’s Perception of Casual Dining Chain Falls After Never Ending Pasta

A new Olive Garden report published by a research firm shows that the casual dining chain's latest publicity stunt, the Never Ending Pasta Pass, actually hurt the restaurant's perception numbers. The Olive Garden report also explained that the public perception of the restaurant was that it had lost its edge, altogether.

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Walking Is The Superfood Of Fitness, Experts Say

Walking may never become as trendy as CrossFit, as sexy as mud runs or as ego-boosting as Ironman races but for fitness experts who stress daily movement over workouts and an active lifestyle over weekends of warrior games, walking is a super star.

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Alternative View - Glastonbury Festival

Eating Breakfast And Weight Loss: New Study Finds That Not Eating Breakfast Might Actually Help Losing Weight

Collectively, it has always been said that eating breakfast and weight loss go together, under the assumption that if a person skips a meal, the body will become hungrier and then will need to eat even more calories to balance out the ones that it lost; however, a new study has shown that not eating breakfast and weight loss can really go hand in hand.

GUMMY WORMS - Halloween recipe

Japan’s Gummy Bug Sweets: A Coffee Shop In The Asian Country Sells Amazingly Realistic Worm Sweets

If you’re visiting Japan at the moment and you’re already concerned with Halloween treats, there’s a great option for you: Japan’s gummy bug sweets.

Santiago's Way. Jacobean Routes. French way. Pilgrims walking across cereal fields near Redecilla del Camino, Burgos. It is the first Castillian village on the French way to Santiago de Compostela.

Genetically Engineered Wheat in Oregon And Montana, Authorities Are Shocked And Don’t Know How It Happened!

The case of the genetically engineered wheat in Oregon has been going around since 2013, when the crops appeared as if by magic in the east of the state; however, as the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) investigators close the case due to lack of evidence … however, it turns out that the genetically engineered wheat of Oregon isn’t the only cause for concern: this past summer, there another streak of it was found in Montana.

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