Positive English slogan at an Anti-US rally in Pakistan…, First ‘test-tube’ hamburger to roll off the assembly line…, Scientists announce that dolphins are actually non-human people…, Little girl’s cyclops Cosplay is adorable and/or horrifying…, Five-year-old boy lives as girl…, Million Mustache March…, Man found alive after 2-months in snow-buried car…, Tech-Savvy Kenyan village chief uses Twitter account…, Nomophobia – fear of being without your phone…, i am a Greek…
1. Surprisingly positive English slogan at an Anti-US rally in Pakistan
The world’s first “test-tube” meat, a hamburger made from a cow’s stem cells, will be produced this fall, Dutch scientist Mark Post told a major science conference on Sunday. Post’s aim is to invent an efficient way to produce skeletal muscle tissue in a laboratory that exactly mimics meat, and eventually replace the entire meat-animal industry.
Dolphins deserve to be treated as non-human “persons” whose rights to life and liberty should be respected, scientists meeting in Canada have been told. A small group of experts in philosophy, conservation and dolphin behaviour were canvassing support for a “Declaration of Rights for Cetaceans”.
Little Zach was just three when he began refusing to live as a boy, instead choosing to wear pink dresses and ribbons in his long, blonde hair – because he has Gender Identity Disorder (GID). Zach is one of the youngest in Britain ever to be diagnosed with GID – meaning he feels like he’s a girl trapped in a boy’s body.
The American Mustache Institute (AMI) is planning a “Million Mustache March” on the nation’s capital, part of an ongoing campaign to convince lawmakers to create government incentives to grow facial hair. Rally organizers plan to mobilize their mustache-wearing compatriots on April 1 at the White House and march to Capitol Hill.
A Swedish man was found alive inside a snow-covered car where he spent two months without any food, according to reports. The 45-year-old man appeared to get sustenance from melted snow and was found Sunday in his sleeping bag in the car’s backseat.
Twitter is being used as a crime-fighting tool by a tech-savvy village chief in Kenya. Francis Kariuki, the administrative chief of Lanet Umoja, has used the micro-blogging site for everything from tracking down missing sheep to stopping home invasions.
Nomophobia — the fear of being without your cellphone — is on the rise, according to a new report sponsored by SecurEnvoy, a company that specializes in digital passwords. Using the online polling service OnePull, SecurEnvoy found that 66% of the 1,000 people surveyed in the United Kingdom say they fear losing or being without their phone.