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  • 1 month ago
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    NSFW: Vietnam's dog meat culture clashes with modern tastes [GRAPHIC]

    Vietnamese officials in Hanoi have asked residents to stop eating dog meat, citing health and public image concerns. Vendors and enthusiasts now fear a nationwide ban on what they consider to be a traditional delicacy.

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    Astronomers may have discovered the first moon ever found outside our Solar System

    A pair of astronomers believes they’ve found a moon orbiting a planet outside our Solar System — something that has never before been confirmed to exist. Though they aren’t totally certain of their discovery yet, the find opens up the possibility that more distant moons are out there. And that could change our understanding of how the Universe is structured.

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    House passes bill to require minimum standards for airplane seat size, legroom

    The House passed a bill that would require minimum airplane seat sizes and configurations. The clause was part of a five-year extension of the Federal Aviation Administration.

  • 1 month ago
    Analysis rhingo

    The tragic end of Telltale Games, as told by the people who were there

    How an award-winning studio abruptly shuttered.

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin arrives in India today, likely to sign 20 agreements

    India and Russia are likely to sign about 20 pacts in areas ranging from defence, nuclear energy, space and economy during Russia’s President Vladimir Putin’s two-day visit to India from Thursday. Putin is scheduled to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday.

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    Carlsberg glues beer cans together becoming one of the first breweries to abandon plastic rings

    arlsberg beer cans are to be stuck together with glue as it becomes one of the first brewers to abandon plastic rings. The Danish firm said the move, which has been heralded as a world-first, to attach its multi-packs with adhesive will reduce the use of plastic to package products by 75 per cent. After a three-year development process, Carlsberg insists the dots of glue bonding its new "Snap Packs" are strong enough to withstand journeys from shelves to homes, yet sufficiently brittle...

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    Brainiac

    Published 150/150 analysis snaps! Congratulations rhingo on this achievement!

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  • 1 month ago
    Analysis rhingo

    Manta rays’ food-capturing mechanism may hold key to better filtration systems

    CORVALLIS, Ore. – Manta rays strain their tiny food from mouthfuls of seawater in a novel way that could hold the key to better filtration in a variety of commercial applications, new research by Oregon State University shows. Published today in Science Advances, the findings explain that manta rays filter zooplankton, mesoplankton and microcrustaceans with an apparatus different from anything previously seen in any biological or industrial system.

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    Atheists think Sinead O’Connor is owed an apology, and then some

    Irish singer Sinead O’Connor has been a longtime critic of the Catholic Church and as more and more scandals continue to come to light, some have wondered if O’Connor is owed some sort of an apology. In 1992, the Irish singer made headlines when she tore up a picture of Pope John Paul II and said: “Fight the real enemy” during a performance of her song War on Saturday Night Live.

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    Tiger Woods wins a PGA Tour event for the first time since 2013

    Tiger Woods has won a PGA Tour event for the first time in over five years after victory at the Tour Championship. The 14-time major winner's triumph at Atlanta's East Lake Golf Club was his 80th on the PGA Tour and his first since August 2013. Woods finished 11-under par for the weekend, two strokes clear of his nearest challenger Billy Horschel.

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    Google admits it lets hundreds of other companies access your Gmail inbox

    Google is allowing hundreds of companies to scan people’s Gmail accounts, read their emails and even share their data with other firms, the company has confirmed. In a letter to US senators Susan Molinari, Google’s vice president for public policy in the Americas admitted that it lets app developers access the inboxes of millions of users – even though Google itself stopped looking in 2017.

  • 2 months ago
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    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 'official' performance unveiled | VideoCardz.com

    The data we are sharing with you today comes from official Reviewers’ Guide. The numbers in this guide are only a reference for further benchmarking. It is probably an important thing to say that those numbers should not be taken very seriously. Each reviewer has a different testing methodology (different scenario, different testing equipment, a different list of games).

  • 2 months ago
    Analysis rhingo

    Inbox, Google’s playground for email innovation, is going bye-bye

    Four years ago, Google took a fresh look at email. With Gmail looking more and more like Inbox, it’s declaring “mission accomplished.”

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    Morocco bans forced marriage and sexual violence

    Morocco's law criminalising violence against women has come into force. The law includes a ban on forced marriage, sexual harassment in public places, and tougher penalties for certain forms of violence. It has been criticised by Human Rights Watch for not explicitly criminalising marital rape and lacking a precise definition of domestic violence. A government survey found that 63% of women between the ages of 18-65 had been victims of violence.

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    Perth murders: man charged with killing women and children allegedly remained in house for days

    A man has appeared in court charged with five counts of murder after twin girls, their three-year-old sister, mother and grandmother were found dead in Perth. The bodies of Mara Lee Harvey, 41, her three-year-old daughter Charlotte, two-year-old twins Alice and Beatrix, and their grandmother Beverley Ann Quinn, 73, were found at a Bedford home, in Perth’s inner northeast, on Sunday.

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    Humans Are Destroying Animals’ Ancestral Knowledge

    In the 1800s, there were so many bighorn sheep in Wyoming that when one trapper passed through Jackson Hole, he described “over a thousand sheep in the cliffs above our campsite.” No such sights exist today. The bighorns slowly fell to hunters’ rifles, and to diseases spread from domestic sheep. Most herds were wiped out, and by 1900, a species that once numbered in the millions stood instead in the low thousands.