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Ryan MacDonald, the intelligent young virgin who volunteered to die on Mars, just found out he made it into round 3 of the Mars One astronaut selection process.
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The library was founded in 1867 and actually predates the university. Today, the University Library holds more than 13 million volumes and is known for allowing all members of the community to view its collection onsite. Salt Lake City's Main Library was designed to reflect the idea that a library should be more than a "repository of books and computers. " Designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie, the library contains a six-story curving and walkable wall, a 300-seat auditorium and a roof-top garden that offers a 360-degree view Salt Lake Valley. Oh, it also has 500,000 books and materials it houses. Vibrant Illustrations Celebrate the Magic of Everyday Life. Whether they're set in nature or in a dizzying urban environment, artist Pascal Campion's illustrations add a sense of joy to living life.
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How much can an extra hour's sleep change you? 9 October 2013Last updated at 04:24 ET The average Briton gets six-and-a-half hours' sleep a night, according to the Sleep Council.
Michael Mosley took part in an unusual experiment to see if this is enough. It has been known for some time that the amount of sleep people get has, on average, declined over the years. This has happened for a whole range of reasons, not least because we live in a culture where people are encouraged to think of sleep as a luxury - something you can easily cut back on. After all, that's what caffeine is for - to jolt you back into life. We wanted to see what the effect would be of increasing average sleep by just one hour. The volunteers were randomly allocated to two groups. While we were waiting to see what effect this would have, I went to the John Radcliffe hospital in Oxford to learn more about what actually happens when we sleep. In the Sleep Centre, they fitted me up with a portable electro-encephalograph, a device that measures brain wave activity.