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Bruce Willis (right) and Haley Joel Osment starred in The Sixth Sense, where Osment's character had a sixth sense that allowed him to see dead people. It turns out there is a sixth sense, but it's not seeing dead people it's actually body awareness and intuition. Getty Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Norway's Prime Minister Gets Caught Trying To Catch 'Em All

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A Pokémon is found by a Pokémon Go player at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami. Businesses are looking for ways to profit from the 65 million Pokémon Go users in the United States alone. Alan Diaz/AP hide caption

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The Pokémon Go mobile game is the top-grossing app for Android and iPhone. Today, the U.S. Holocaust Museum and Arlington National Cemetery asked people to refrain from using the game while visiting the somber sites. Richard Vogel/AP hide caption

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In the new Pokémon Go app, players can use their smart phone to see, battle, and catch the monsters in their world. The app will be released to the public sometime in July. Courtesy of Niantic Labs hide caption

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Advertisers used to guard their commercials until they aired on TV. Now, advertisers harness the power of Internet virality and release ads before the big game. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images hide caption

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Here's What Happens When Thousands Play Pokemon Together

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