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  • 3 days ago
    Current Event sauce

    Amid North Korea threat, Tillerson hints that 'circumstances could evolve' for a Japanese nuclear arsenal

    The possibility of a nuclear-armed Japan has again been raised by the Trump administration, after U.S. Secretary of State Tillerson appeared to say in an interview ahead of his visit to Beijing that, with “all options on the table” regarding the North Korean threat, “circumstances could evolve” in terms of Tokyo acquiring atomic weapons.

  • 6 days ago
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    Who are the wealthy Russians investing in Trump luxury buildings?

    President Trump has downplayed his business ties with Russia. But @reuters found that buyers from Russia have invested at least $98 million in Trump buildings.

  • 7 days ago
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    Lab-Grown Chicken and Duck Are Coming to Your Supermarket

    It tastes like chicken. So how is this chicken made? Memphis Meats’ in-house senior scientist Eric Schulze explained the process to Eater in broad strokes. “We start by harvesting sells from high-quality, living chickens that might otherwise go into conventional meat,” he says. “The chickens are not killed in the process. We look for cells that have potential to renew, put them in environment where they can grow and feed them water and nutrients — vitamins, minerals, proteins, sugars ...

  • 8 days ago
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    For Manufacturing and Retail Companies, Using Automated Robots is Cheaper Than Actual Slave Labor Would Be

    Automation has touched just about every aspect of our lives, whether we directly see it or not. Robots and other automated systems are clearly the wave of the future, even if it may lead to significant job losses in the next 20 years. To highlight that point, automation and robotic technology has reached a point that makes it more cost effective for companies to use mechanical workers as opposed to actual slaves.

  • 9 days ago
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    Greece calls for return of 'Elgin Marbles' to help fight rise of fascism in Europe

    Greece has called for the return of the so-called Elgin Marbles from the British Museum as a symbolic act in the fight against anti-democratic forces seeking “the dissolution of Europe”. The Athens government, which decided against taking legal action against the UK last year, will instead renew diplomatic efforts with an offer to regularly loan some of the wonders of Ancient Greece to British institutions in exchange.

  • 11 days ago
    Current Event sauce

    One in three terror suspects in the UK is white, far-right extremism grows

    A record number of white people were arrested last year on suspicion of terrorism, amid a rise in far-right extremism. Official statistics show that 91 out of a total 260 people held on suspicion of terrorism offences were white - a rise of 20 from 2015 and the highest number since 2003. White suspects made up 35 per cent – or one in three – of all terror related arrests in 2016, compared with 25 per cent in 2015.

  • 2 weeks ago
    Analysis sauce

    Electronic energy meters’ false readings almost six times higher than actual energy consumption

    Some electronic energy meters can give false readings that are up to 582% higher than actual energy consumption. This emerged from a study carried out by the University of Twente (UT), in collaboration with the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS). Professor Frank Leferink of the UT estimates that potentially inaccurate meters have been installed in the meter cabinets of at least 750,000 Dutch households. The is published in the scientific journal IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Ma...

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Thousands of teens to be called up for military service

    Sweden's government has formally announced that it is bringing back conscription. The former centre-right government scrapped compulsory military service in 2010, but the current Social Democrat-Green coalition wants to reintroduce the concept, or at least a light version of it, from January 1st 2018. Some of the reasons are a perceived deterioration of the security situation in the Baltics and that the Armed Forces have struggled to attract enough new military recruits to plug a significan...

  • 3 weeks ago
    Current Event sauce

    In Siberia there is a huge crater and it is getting bigger

    Near the Yana river basin, in a vast area of permafrost, there is a dramatic tadpole-shaped hole in the ground: the Batagaika The crater is also known as a "megaslump" and it is the largest of its kind: almost 0.6 miles (1km) long and 282ft (86m) deep. But these figures will soon change, because it is growing quickly. Locals in the area avoid it, saying it is a "doorway to the underworld". But for scientists, the site is of great interest.

  • 3 weeks ago
    Analysis sauce

    This Is What Happens to Your Body on a Thru-Hike

    A technical breakdown of how my body changed over the course of a monthlong hike on the Colorado Trail. The secret to ultimate fitness isn't all that complicated—just spend a month outside, hiking eight hours per day. Kyle Boelte breaks down how his body evolved into an efficient, fat-burning, testosterone-fueled machine over 29 days on the Colorado Trail.

  • 1 month ago
    Current Event sauce

    Far-right leader Geert Wilders calls Moroccan migrants ‘scum’

    The Dutch populist leader Geert Wilders sparked outrage on Saturday when he launched his election campaign with a stinging attack on the country’s Moroccan population. The anti-immigration MP called them “scum” and said he wanted to make the Netherlands “ours again”. Wilders, 53, was surrounded by police and security guards when he made his remarks during a walkabout in his party’s stronghold of Spijkenisse, part of an ethnically diverse industrial area just south of Rotterdam.

  • 1 month ago
    Current Event sauce

    US police have already killed more than 100 people this year

    More than one hundred people have died in the hands of law enforcement on the same day that Sandra Bland, an African American woman who died behind bars, would have celebrated hr 30th birthday. The date also comes two days after Trayvon Martin’s birthday - he would have been 22 years old. He was shot dead by neighborhood volunteer officer George Zimmerman in Florida when he was 17. According to killedbypolice.net, 125 people have died so far this year.

  • 1 month ago
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    'I voted for Brexit because of straight bananas', woman explains

    A Question Time audience member sparked sniggers after claiming she changed her vote in the EU referendum from Remain to Leave because of straight bananas. The woman made the statement on Thursday night’s BBC programme, during a debate about the state of political affairs in the run up to triggering Article 50. The woman said: “I was voting Remain and at the very last minute I changed my decision and I went to Leave.

  • 1 month ago
    Expression sauce

    Mad Max meets Trump’s America

    What happens when Mad Max meets Donald Trump? Photographer Von Wong embarks on an epic adventure with the Wasteland Warriors to find out.