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Could this be what Prince Will and Kate Middleton's baby will look like? SA geneticist predicts...

The entire world is watching the pregnancy of Kate Middleton, the wife of Britain's Prince William, but one woman has gone a step further by creating drawings of how she believes the unborn child could look as a toddler and teenager.

Suretha Erasmus, a South Africa-based geneticist, created the striking drawings of a male and female child that each seems to share the expectant parents' facial characteristics, the Daily Mail newspaper reported.

Based on the images, Erasmus believes a girl would favor Kate Middleton in looks, including inheriting her defined eyebrows and full lashes.

If the child is a boy, he would tend to look more like his father, sharing his jaw line and mouth.

Erasmus is a genetic counselor in private practice in South Africa, according to her online bio. She and partner Noelene Kinsley founded their Johannesburg-based company, GC Network Pty Ltd., in 2011 "to build the ultimate genetic counseling community website in South Africa," according to the company's website.

The future monarch of England, according to Erasmus, is expected to have William's blue eyes and Middleton's darker hair, and could also bear a strong resemblance to Princess Diana, the 30-year-old prince's late mother.

Middleton, 31, is due to give birth in July.

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Monopoly gets a minor make-over...
The classic Monopoly game is set for its most significant change in decades after fans voted to add a new token to replace either the shoe, the wheelbarrow or the iron — which ever piece received the least support in an online contest.

Toy maker Hasbro Inc. is scheduled to announce the new token lineup Wednesday morning, hours after fans cast their final ballots to determine which of the five proposed pieces to add and which of the existing tokens to eject.

The tokens identify the players and have changed quite a lot since Parker Brothers bought the game from its original designer in 1935.

The voting closed just before midnight Tuesday. Rhode Island-based Hasbro says the wheelbarrow, shoe and iron were neck and neck for elimination through the Save Your Token Campaign. The new addition will be a robot, diamond ring, cat, helicopter or guitar.

Fans from more than 120 countries have voted.

The online contest to change the tokens was sparked by chatter on Facebook, where Monopoly has more than 10 million fans. The initiative was intended to ensure that a game created nearly eight decades ago remains relevant and engaging to fans today.

Monopoly's iconic tokens originated when the niece of game creator Charles Darrow suggested using charms from her charm bracelet for tokens. The real-estate trading game is based on the streets of Atlantic City, N.J., and has sold more than 275 million games worldwide.

The current eight tokens are an iron, racecar, Scottie dog, a shoe, thimble, top hat, wheelbarrow and battleship. Most of the pieces were introduced with the first Parker Brothers iteration of the game in 1935, and the Scottie dog and wheelbarrow were added in the early 1950s.

Versions of Monopoly with the new token will come out later this year.


Monopoly: https://www.hasbro.com/monopoly

Weird purple goo found in the desert...could it be alien poop? :D

Tuscon locals are baffled by the appearance of thousands of tiny, purple sphere that have appeared in the middle of a desert.

Geradine Vargas and her husband discovered the strange collection Sunday while on a walk.

'We were taking photos around the area and we just.... I mean, how could you miss this?' Geradine said. 'It was just like glittering in the sun.'

'It's just one of those things that you've never seen before.'
Some of the spheres were watery and others translucent.

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They were completed isolated from the rest of the desert terrain.

Possibilities: Some have speculated that the spheres could be a slime mold or jelly fungus or a man-made product for plant hydration.


We did email a friend of ours who's a zoologist, but she didn't know,' Gerardine told reporters at KGUN-9. 'I mean, she didn't seem to recognize what it was.' The news station checked out the spheres, reporting that they were like 'gooey marbles that ooze out a water substance when squished.'

Darlene Buhrow, director of marketing for Tucson Botanical Gardens said that after speaking to a botanist learned that, if the spheres are naturally occurring, they could be a slime mold or jelly fungus.
Other suggest they are a product, like Deco Beads which are small, colored, water-filled balls designed to keep plants hydrated. Though that does little to explain why thousands of them would have been put in the desert.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2272296/Theyre-world--Mysterious-purple-spheres-desert-spark-speculation.html#ixzz2JjSATS22

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