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The Saturday Six: Potential Return of Blockbuster, 3D Cheesecake and More

Broker of the body CBS reports

Broker of the body CBS reports


The weekend is finally here.

In a busy news week, we learned Methods you can use to find cheap airline flightsfootball star Ali Krieger announced his retirement And we delved The Ski Crash Legal Landscape Oscar-winning actor Gwyneth Paltrow appears in court for a 2016 arraignment over a confrontation at a Utah resort.

Gwyneth Paltrow's trial begins in her ski accident case

PARK CITY, UT: Actress Gwyneth Paltrow sits in court on March 23, 2023 in Park City, Utah. Terry Sanderson is suing Paltrow for $300,000, claiming she recklessly bumped into him in 2016 while skiing a beginner’s run at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah.

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Meanwhile, A Five-planet alignment Expected in the night sky on March 28, the New Mexico Department of Fish and Game is seeking one Professional bear hugs And we got to know more about Fertilization process of frozen eggs.

But that’s not nearly all.

Below is our weekly Saturday Six, half-dozen news recaps — in no particular order — from the heartwarming to the weird to the tragic, and everything in between.

we look Unregulated market for bodies donated to science. From the story: Each year, approximately 20,000 people donate their bodies to science for medical research and education. But unlike organ donation, these body parts can be traded for profit — a market with very little federal regulation. Scientists have created one Seven-ingredient 3D printed cheesecake. From the story: Researchers from Columbia University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering have used a 3D printer to create a seven-ingredient slice of cake, and they say food printing could be a new cooking option with several benefits. Rental Retailer Nostalgia ignited after the blockbuster company’s website was reactivated. From the story: In a tweet this month, the company joked about the reopening: “New business idea: We’ll be back as a bank and use VHS and DVDs as currency. Time to meet your mom.” We found out which cities are the best. – and worst of all – for those with Seasonal allergies. From the story: The 2023 “allergy capital” was determined based on pollen scores, use of over-the-counter medications and number of allergy specialists. if you want Track down your tax refundWe have come up with some tips. From the story: There’s a good reason many workers are anxious to get their hands on their refunds — the payments typically represent the largest checks most Americans will receive all year. And even though refunds are down 11% so far this tax season from a year ago, that’s still chump change, averaging $2,972, according to recent IRS data. Finally, if you’re a fan of Oreo cookies, a team of scientists at MIT has taken on the task Examining the science of Oreos – In particular, the best way to split them. From the story: They gave the tongue-in-cheek name “rheology,” publishing their findings last year in the peer-reviewed journal Physics of Fluids. Determined to get to the bottom of the cream dispersion phenomenon, the team tested more than 1,000 Oreos, according to the Wall Street Journal, which previously reported on the study.

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