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Tortured artist ‘didn’t produce any better art’, reveals torturer

A research study has concluded that contrary to the belief that great art is often born from intolerable mental suffering, deliberately torturing an artist can actually lead to a marked deterioration in the quality of their output.

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Posted: Jun 16th, 2012
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Homeless may be used as street lighting

‘It makes sense because people living on the streets can move to where they’re needed,’ said a spokesman for one Conservative local authority.

But homeless charities have attacked the plans arguing that dogs might use the ‘homeless lamp posts’ to cock their leg against

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Posted: Mar 19th, 2012
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Driving with eyes shut as dangerous as drink driving, says research

A scientific paper published following 18 months of intensive research claims that drivers who keep their eyes tightly shut could be putting lives at risk.

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Posted: Mar 6th, 2012
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Other people definitely arseholes, say scientists

Scientists at the Institute of Clinical Knowledge believe they may have finally proved that other people are definitely arseholes. Lead author Dr John Anderson said, ‘For many years there has been anecdotal evidence that other people are arseholes but we believe we have conclusively proved it.’

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Posted: Feb 23rd, 2012
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Football pitch ‘the size of a football pitch’ say scientists

A football pitch is exactly the size of one football pitch, scientists at London’s Imperial College have discovered in groundbreaking research. The frequent use of a ‘football pitch’ as a unit of measurement led researchers at Imperial College to examine football pitches throughout England and to check their findings against past measurements.

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Posted: Feb 22nd, 2012
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