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Police pulled over a New Hampshire driver with an air conditioner jutting from his car’s rear right window and the generator powering it atop the roof — but not for the reason you might think. The car was missing an inspection sticker, said Sgt. Chris Olson of the Londonderry Police Department. The stop occurred Tuesday night. The driver told police he installed the AC unit and generator in order to keep his dog cool while he worked. The heat index in southern New Hampshire has hovered around 100 degrees in recent days. — CNHI News
The equation went viral online this week on Twitter, causing major confusion over the right answer. Mathematicians and physicists went nuts about it. Mike Breen, the Public Awareness Officer for the American Mathematical Society, told Popular Mechanics: “The way it’s written, it’s ambiguous. In math, a lot of times there are ambiguities. Mathematicians try to make rules as precise as possible.” Depending on where in the world you learned math, as Mashable reported, determines how you can solve the problem. — Fox News
Relatives of notorious Depression-era American gangster John Dillinger plan to exhume his body because they want to confirm whether it's him buried in an Indiana cemetery, according to affidavits filed with the Indiana State Department of Health. The department approved an application submitted by Dillinger's nephew on July 3. His body is buried at Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis, according to the permit. — CNN
“It was Bigfoot country.” That’s what a man told two campers after allegedly finding his campsite demolished. "He said, ‘I hope you have weapons’ and then he flashed his gun at us and was like 'I have this so if anything happens to you then just yell and I'll come,'" camper Madelyn Durand told WBKO, the ABC affiliate in Bowling Green, Kentucky. She and friend Brad Ginn were camping at Mammoth Cave National Park when the distressed individual gave them his dire warning, and then disappeared. Minutes later, the couple said they heard gunshots, called 911, and hiked back to their car, where Park Rangers were waiting. — Fox News