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Beam Me Up, Scotty

The Mars rover, Curiosity, has snapped some amazing photos of the Red Planet since touching down in a large crater in 2012. Now comes a photo transmission that blows the mind and has scientists searching for answers–or, hiding its contents. The photo show the barren Martian landscape with what appears to be a light beam shooting up from the ground. In this edition of SourceFed, Lee Newton and Elliott Morgan speculate on what the image is.

Cloning a Wooly Mammoth

Jurassic Park here we come! Scientists are excited over a nearly perfectly preserved wooly mammoth specimen discovered in the New Siberian Islands of the Arctic Sea. The female mammoth hasn’t seen the light of day in 43,000 years, but is so well preserved that scientists say the prospect of extracting strong blood and tissue samples are excellent. Join SourceFed’s Joe Bereta and Elliott Morgan discuss the surprise discovery.

Europe’s Big, Bad Dino

Scientists have discovered the biggest, baddest dinosaur that roamed the hinterlands of Europe. Joe Bereta and Lee Newton tell us how this mega-dino feasted on overmatched herbivores in Jurassic Europe.

Make Your Ex Jealous

A quirky, new company called Rent-A-Rebound says it has the tools to help you make your ex jealous by providing a cyber rebound. The idea is gaining momentum, says Lee Newton in this latest episode of SourceFed.

The Party’s Over For iPod

When the state-of-the-art iPod first hit the market it was the darling of all technology gadgets. But as we all know, technology marches on. SourceFed’s Elliott Morgan and Steve Zaragoza point out that through-the-roof recent sales of the iPhone and iPad may very well send the archaic IPod to the great technology pile in the sky.

Stress On the Job

There are a variety of factors that comprise a stressful job. Among the most intense on-the-job factors that want to make you pull your hair out are deadlines, working in the public eye, risk and hazards on the job. Joe Bereta and Elliott Morgan delve out the 10 most stressful jobs–and a few of the less stressful jobs–as determined by in this edition of SourceFed.

New Year’s Eve Party Poopers

As we ready to ring in 2014, SourceFed’s Ross Everett takes a look at the five people you most likely would be better off avoiding on New Year’s Eve. Some of the culprits are obvious, others not so much. Happy New Year!

Worldwide Tour of Christmas

Join SourceFed’s Lee Newton as she takes us on a whirlwind tour of Christmas Around the World, touching on the many traditions from carols to food to Santa Claus. Enjoy and Merry Christmas.

Brrr! -135.8 Below Zero!

It was recently revealed that the coldest moment ever recorded on Earth occurred in 2010 in East Anarctica, when the temperature dipped to an agonizing -135.8 below zero, shattering the old mark of -128.6 in Vostok, Antarctica. Only one problem: the number was measured by a weather satellite, which apparently doesn’t fly with organizations such as the Guinness Book of World Records and The World Meteorological Organization. Says Elliott Morgan of SourceFed, “Those uppity groups require thermometer measurements for authentication.” Join Morgan and co-host Joe Bereta as they review the coldest thermometer readings across the globe.

Andy Kaufman: Dead or Alive?

Andy Kaufman, arguably one of the greatest comedians of his time, died in 1984 of lung cancer. Or did he? A lady claiming to be Kaufman’s daughter says he’s alive and well performing duties as a stay-at-home dad. “What if it’s not a prank. What if he’s still alive,” says Steve Zaragoza of “SourceFed.” “Should I be angry because he could of been making really cool shit for the past 28 years, or should I quietly applaud and revel in what could be the greatest prank/stunt of our time.” Join Zaragoza and Lee Newton as they hash out the story.

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