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Pokémon inspired US Army to develop a gun

PokémonWho knew inspiration can be drawn from cartoon to make weapons but the army. Many would think, who would be so crazy to do so. Well for those who can't figure out it was none other than the US Army who drawing inspiration from the famous cartoon Pokémon built an Epilepsy Gun. A weapon in the making will emit 'electromagnetic pulses' that has the capacity to cause seizures in anyone who is exposed to it.

Scott Disick gets a bizarre letter from a fan

Scott Disick gets a bizarre letter from a fanScott Disick sure has come into the limelight since he started dating reality TV star Kourtney Kardashian. Disick, this week received a handwritten letter from a fan that had nothing sweet written in it. Rather the contents of the letter were creepy and something that would scare anyone.

Andy Williams dies after his long battle with cancer

Andy Williams dies after his long battle with cancerAndy Williams, the 84-year-old entertainer took his last breath on Tuesday. Following a year long battle with bladder cancer he died at his Branson home. Since his illness, Williams hadn't performed at his Moon River Theatre in Branson but was due to perform on Wednesday.

JK Rowling’s ‘The Casual Vacancy’ launches to a perfect start

JK Rowling’s ‘The Casual Vacancy’ launches to a perfect startPeople have long been anticipating JK Rowling's next novel and when the news finally came out of her new novel, this time for an adult audience, fans could not wait to grab its copy. Well for all those who have been waiting for The Casual Vacancy, the wait is over.

Knee replacement surgeries have more than doubled in the U.S.

Knee replacement surgeries have more than doubled in the U.S.In the past two decades knee replacement surgeries in the United States have increased twice as much and this is mainly because of the fact that older American citizens are striving to stay energetic. This was brought into limelight in a study that has found that from 1991 to 2010, total knee replacement procedures rose to 162 percent.

Seventh human case of EEE found in Massachusetts

The 7th human case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) was discovered in Massachusetts yesterday. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health announced that a male of Plymouth County, under the age of 18 ahs been diagnosed with the virus, this being the second case found in a human from Plymouth County. While other cases of the virus have been seen in Essex, Middlesex, Franklin and Worcester Counties.

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