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Abs as Flat as a Book – Hottest Men of 2015!

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Last year we treated our readers (and let’s be honest, ourselves) to a little present—the killer abs of the 10 hottest men of 2014. We’ve been pretty guilty of turning up the temperature a bit lately with “Olicity” Watch, Battle ‘Ships (can we blame Rachel Carter for global warming?) and of course, Heat Index. So why stop there? To help keep the roads free of ice over the holidays, we present our second annual Abs as Flat as a Book: the hottest men of 2015. Consider it a present AND a public service. Happy Holidays – You’re welcome! Adam Driver Intergalactic bad boy Adam Driver wowed us in Star Wars VIII. Not only is he easy on the eyes, but…

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Jurassic World delivers tyrannosaurus-sized thrills and chills

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Let me get this straight right here and now: I am not watching those dinosaurs jump out at me in IMAX 3-D. Not going to happen. But it will happen for millions of people when Jurassic World, the latest in the popular sci-fi action/thriller series, opens in movies theaters across America on Friday. In the film, Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Vincent D’Onofrio and thousands of innocent people become a massive smorgasbord for all manner of man-eating dinosaurs that have been brought to life by scientists in a lab. And movie-goers around the country will squirm, flinch, cringe and scream as they watch helplessly to find out who’s going to live…and who’s going to become lunch. While I’ve enjoyed all…

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Discovery of dinosaur eggs right out of Jurassic World

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This summer, dinosaurs will once more roam free, when Jurassic World (the latest installment in the $2 billion Jurassic Park series) hits movie screens on June 12. But in Heyuan, China, dinosaur eggs aren’t the stuff of sci-fi flicks. They’re for real. Road workers recently dug up 43 fossilized eggs while repairing one of Heyuan’s city streets. To the delight of scientists from the Heyuan Dinosaur Fossil Museum, 19 of the eggs (some of which measured as large as five inches across) were intact. Heyuan calls itself “The Home of the Dinosaurs,” and the eggs found this week are just the latest of more than 17,000 unearthed in the city. While more study will be needed to determine the species…

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