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Study Reveals, Men Can Spot a Cheating Woman Just By Looking at Her Face

We’ve been told not to judge a book by its cover…

Mini Malabanan





We’ve been told not to judge a book by its cover, but a recent study suggests that men can sense if a woman is faithful just by examining her photograph.

An experiment conducted by researchers from the University of Western Australia revealed that men have the surprising ability to determine whether a woman is a heartbreaker or not.

A group of men were asked to briefly examine photos of 34 women. The ladies’s photos were shown in pairs- one had stayed faithful to her partner, while the other had duped her partner at least twice in the past. No additional information about the ladies were given.

The men were then asked to choose which of the two ladies was more faithful.

Apparently, men can determine if a woman is a heartbreaker.


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The results of the experiment showed that men were able to spot which woman is the heartbreaker in between 55% to 58% of the tests.

Dr Samantha Leivers, head of the research team, said:

“In summary, we show for the first time that men’s judgments of faithfulness from images of women can contain a kernel of truth when they are able to directly compare images in a forced choice task, although accuracy did not generalise to all pairs of women.”

“We don’t expect them to be 100 per cent accurate when they are literally just looking at someone’s face for a few seconds,” she added.


Photo credit: Mirror UK

In the future, the team of researchers plan to investigate the visual cues men use to determine a woman’s faithfulness. Dr. Leivers and her team intend to follow up the study by looking into the link between emotions and expressions.

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US Marines Unveils Tank-Like Amphibious Vehicle With Powerful Capabilities

US Marines revealed the Ultra Heavy-Lift Amphibious Connector in a demonstration during RIMPAC 2014.

Mark Andrew



Back in RIMPAC 2014, the US Marines took time to showcase an interesting amphibious vehicle – and we’d say we are still blown away up to this day.

Although the model was still a prototype at the time, it was undeniably an impressive one. In fact, it was a fully-functional half-scale prototype.

The Ultra Heavy-Lift Amphibious Connector (UHAC) has been created with impressive features such as powering across water even with almost 200 tons of payload. When seen in action, the UHAC actually looks like a tank on the water.

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This Guy Beat Cancer With 3D-printed Titanium Chest Implants

The amazing scientific breakthroughs that we only see in science fiction is rapidly coming into reality.




A Spanish patient battling cancer has just won over this notorious disease through a titanium sternum and rib cage virtually designed and manufactured by bio tech company Anatomics in collaboration with Australian company CSIRO 3D printing facility. The amazing scientific breakthroughs that we only see in science fiction is rapidly coming into reality.

A Melbourne-based bio-tech company, Anatomics specializes in innovative medical experimentation and devices. Surgeons in this healthcare company used a series of high-resolution CT scans of the patient's chest in order to replicate an accurate digital version of his bone structure.

Anatomics cooperated with the CSIRO to produce the 3D-printed implants that are safe to be installed inside the human body. The tech company used a high-powered electron beam to make the titanium more malleable, and safe for the patient. The old man from Salamanca, Spain received the world's first 3D-printed titanium chest implant, allowing him to survive cancer.

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New Study Reveals The Perfect Time To Drink Coffee

Contrary to popular belief, having a cup of joe early in the morning not the best thing for you.

Rej Salvador



Coffee is a necessity for many people in the world. Some cannot function properly, especially in the morning, if they do not get their habitual coffee fix. The routines of many people consist of the following: getting up in the morning, taking a shower, drinking his morning dose of coffee and then proceeding to work. Coffee has become a need for many people around the globe.

However, when should you drink coffee? Contrary to popular belief, our daily routine of drinking coffee first thing in the morning is not the best time to do so.

According to Stephen Miller, PhD, of The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Cortisol levels peak at 8 to 9 am. This means that a person is naturally alert at this time.

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