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  • 4 days ago
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    How to Get Over A Cold Fast Using Natural Remedies

    Flu season is brutal. Whether it's the flu virus or the common cold, feeling better fast is a top priority. For many people, the first step is to take antibiotics and medications. These cold medicines often come with serious side effects. Even worse, overuse of antibiotics can cause the development of drug-resistant superbugs. Fortunately, there are dozens of all-natural ways to clear up symptoms and get you back to conquering the important things in life.

  • 5 days ago
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    Drug that makes human blood 'lethal' to mosquitoes can fight malaria spread

    Study is 'first of its kind' to show ivermectin drug can help control malaria across whole communities without causing harmful side effects

  • 8 days ago
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    Artificial intelligence makes life easier, but what's the worst case scenario?

    Technology and "digital life" have changed the world, and we can no longer imagine everyday life without a computer, a smartphone or the Internet. But in our "digital life" slowly comes the artificial intelligence.

  • 9 days ago
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    Spotify files complaint with European Commission about the App Store, says Apple is giving itself an ‘unfair advantage at every turn’

    Spotify has filed a complaint with the European Commission regarding Apple’s App Store practices, the company announced in a blog post. Spotify says Apple’s App Store rules limit choice and stifle innovation. Spotify targets Apple’s 30% cut — it refers to as a ‘tax’ — as a key element of its complaint but also references rules about how Apple restricts third-party app developers from communicating with customers. Ultimately, Spotify wants Apple Music to be forced to abide by the sa...

  • 10 days ago
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    Pathogens hitchhiking on plastics ‘could carry cholera from India to US’

    Dangerous sewage pathogens have been found “hitch-hiking” on plastic litter washed up on some of Scotland’s finest bathing beaches, raising concerns from scientists the phenomenon could have far-reaching implications for human health worldwide. The findings, by the University of Stirling, have confirmed environmentalists’ fears that ubiquitous, persistent and tiny plastic beads, or “nurdles”, found on beaches and in rivers and seas around the world, act as rafts for harmful bacteria,...

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Veterans are concerned about climate change, and that matters

    News that the Trump administration plans to create a panel devoted to challenging government warnings about climate change has been met with opposition from members of the U.S. military. Citing concerns about the effects of climate change on national security, more than four dozen top-ranking military officials came out in opposition to the Trump administration’s plan.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Correction: Last month, we called Zuckerberg a moron. We apologize. In fact, he and Facebook are a fscking disgrace

    Analysis In just the latest in a seemingly endless stream of half-truths, Facebook has admitted it misled the public when it claimed that only five per cent of the users of its banned tracking app were teenagers. The real figure, the Silicon Valley wunderkind has since confirmed to US Senator Mark Warner (D-VA), was nearly four times higher: 18 per cent.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Bali Bans Single-Use Plastics

    On December 24, 2018, Bali Governor Wayan Koster announced that the Indonesian province of Bali is officially banning single-use plastics. The ban is a welcome step in Bali’s battle against plastic pollution. Indonesia is one of the world’s largest plastic polluters, ranked second after China. The country produces 3.2 million tons of plastic annually. Out of the 3.2 million tons of plastic produced, 1.29 million tons of winds up in the ocean.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Netflix may be losing $192M per month from piracy, cord cutting study claims

    As many as 1 in 5 people today are mooching off of someone else’s account when streaming video from Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Video, according to a new study from CordCutting.com. Of these, Netflix tends to be pirated for the longest period — 26 months, compared with 16 months for Amazon Prime Video or 11 months for Hulu. That could be because Netflix freeloaders often mooch off their family instead of a friend — 48 percent use their parents’ login, while another 14 percent use their sis...

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Go vegan because of mass exploitation, not because eating animals is wrong

    With veganism on the rise and entire supermarket aisles now dedicated to veggie and vegan food ranges, it’s a good time to consider what motivates people to go vegan. There are many reasons why people decide to cut animal products from their diet, but the negative health effects of excessive meat and dairy consumption and the enormous environmental impacts of industrial agriculture are popular ones. However, the suffering of billions of animals each year in factory farming, referred to in a 20...

  • 1 month ago
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    YouTube to blame for rise in flat Earth believers, says study

    Asheley Landrum is an assistant professor of science communication at Texas Tech University. Her focus: how cultural values affect our understanding of science. Most recently she's been looking at the rise of flat Earth theory. Incredibly, more people than ever believe in a flat Earth. Google searches for "flat earth" have grown massively over the past five years and flat Earth conventions have begun popping up all over the globe.

  • 1 month ago
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    Capcom could've made Dragon's Dogma 2 over Devil May Cry 5

    Capcom's Hideaki Itsuno apparently considered making Dragon's Dogma 2 rather than Devil May Cry 5, as reported in a recent interview. Itsuno, director of Dragon's Dogma and the Devil May Cry series going back to the third entry, is said to have approached Capcom founder Kenzo Tsujimoto when talk of Devil May Cry 5 first arose, according to an interview with VG24/7. "Look, I want to make either Devil May Cry 5 or Dragon’s Dogma 2 next. He said ‘okay, do whatever you want....

  • 1 month ago
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    How easy will it be to build a Moon base?

    In 1975, three years after the final Apollo Moon landing, Space: 1999 first aired on British television. It began with a nuclear explosion wrenching the Moon, and an international lunar colony of over 300 people, out of its orbit and into an unknown journey into space. The TV series obviously made an impression on a young Elon Musk because, when the SpaceX founder revealed their plans for a lunar colony in August 2017, he called it Moonbase Alpha after the lunar base in Space: 1999. “Cheesy sh...

  • 1 month ago
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    Scientists Have Detected an Enormous Cavity Growing Beneath Antarctica

    Antarctica is not in a good place. In the space of only decades, the continent has lost trillions of tonnes of ice at alarming rates we can't keep up with, even in places we once thought were safe. Now, a stunning new void has been revealed amidst this massive vanishing act, and it's a big one: a gigantic cavity growing under West Antarctica that scientists say covers two-thirds the footprint of Manhattan and stands almost 300 metres (984 ft) tall.

  • 2 months ago
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    This tiny Bluetooth chip doesn’t need a battery because it harvests energy from the air

    The Internet of Things promises to connect billions of otherwise ordinary devices to the internet, but when each one needs to have its own battery, there’s a limit to how small or cheap they can become. A new paper-thin Bluetooth chip that’s able to operate entirely without a battery could be about to solve this problem. The postage stamp-sized chip from Wiliot is able to harvest energy from the ambient radio frequencies around us, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cellular signals, and use them...