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  • 2 weeks ago
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    How to strip 99 per cent of harmful BPA from water in 30 minutes

    What’s in your water? If it’s pollutant BPA, there might soon be a quick fix for that. Bisphenol A, or BPA, is found in everything from DVDs to credit card receipts to dental fillings, and has been linked to a range of health problems in humans, including cardiovascular disease and liver enzyme abnormalities. A new technique claims to be able to remove 99 per cent of the BPA from water in just 30 minutes.

  • 1 month ago
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    New Mercedes E-Class All Terrain 4x4x2 review

    Why should Mercedes build an E-Class 4x4x2 when they have a full range of proper SUVs and an iconic G-Class? Because it can. No other luxury brand is as successful as when it comes to developing off-road toys. And in contradiction to the original G-Class 4x4x2 or the AMG G63 6x6 you won’t have to be a billionaire to play with it.

  • 1 month ago
    How-to yuriburi

    Free Internet Hack: How to Connect to Free Wifi Networks from Far Away

    In this article I will explain how to set up a wifi setup that can connect to an internet source far away. This works great on a boat (which I did in my case), in an RV, or even in a downtown apartment. If you have the password to a nearby wifi it will essentially transport that wifi and make it wherever you have this set up. You can get a wifi login to a local restaurant or cafe and then have that in your own home environment (if it is reachable). In my case I set this up on my boat and was abl...

  • 1 month ago
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    Time magazine puts Trump Jr. on cover: 'Red-handed'

    Time magazine put Donald Trump Jr. on its latest cover with the words "red handed" after the president's oldest son released emails related to a meeting with a Russian lawyer offering damaging information about then-Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

  • 1 month ago
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    When The Angels Call Your Time

    'When The Angels Call Your Time' is the track that laid the foundation for my very own dark, twisted fantasy that is my New Orleans themed alter-ego and band, 'Rattlin Bone'. One of the major crowd-pleasing tracks in my 'live' set (both solo and with The Rattlin Bone Theatre Show), this studio version with Danny Flam's New York Brass features on my new album 'Moon Over Indigo'

  • 1 month ago
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    Gordon Klingenschmitt: Americans Won’t Need Healthcare If We Stop Funding Planned Parenthood Because God Will Heal All Disease

    Religious Right activist and former Colorado state legislator Gordon Klingenschmitt declared on his “Pray In Jesus Name” program last week that Americans would not need healthcare if this nation would simply stop funding Planned Parenthood because, if we do so, “God will heal your diseases.”

  • 1 month ago
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    A Math Genius Blooms Late and Conquers His Field

    On a warm morning in early spring, June Huh walked across the campus of Princeton University. His destination was McDonnell Hall, where he was scheduled to teach, and he wasn’t quite sure how to get there. Huh is a member of the rarefied Institute for Advanced Study, which lies adjacent to Princeton’s campus. As a member of IAS, Huh has no obligation to teach...

  • 1 month ago
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    South Korea Blasts 'We Are the Champions' at North Korea Border

    South Korea reportedly blasted Queen’s triumphant hit single ‘We Are the Champions’ at the North Korea border, in what appears to be a thinly-veiled jab at their long-standing political rivals as the North continues its troubling missile tests.

  • 1 month ago
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    The Rise of the Thought Leader

    Writing in one of Mussolini’s prisons in the 1930s, the Italian Marxist Antonio Gramsci jotted down the fragments that would become his theory of intellectuals. New classes, like the European bourgeoisie after the Industrial Revolution, he proposed, brought with them their own set of thinkers, which he called “organic intellectuals”—theorists, technicians, and administrators, who became their “functionaries” in a new society.

  • 1 month ago
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    Company in charge of Grenfell Tower locks community out of therapy centre

    The company responsible for managing Grenfell Tower has changed the locks on a community centre used to provide art therapy for children affected by the tragedy, stranding parents and children outside in the street when they came to seek help. Therapists had been running the club for a week, but when they turned up on Tuesday to find their keys no longer worked.

  • 1 month ago
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    Arcane new rules prohibit restaurants grilling medium-rare burger

    New red tape will kill signature hamburger at NZ's oldest licensed restaurant, says chef. New Zealand's oldest licensed premises has pulled a burger that's been the cornerstone of its menu – blaming it on bureaucratic red tape gone mad. Dan Fraser, executive chef at the Duke of Marlborough restaurant in the Bay of Islands, was left stewing after a visit from a Ministry of Primary Industries inspector on Thursday.

  • 2 months ago
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    Body found in river identified as ex-NFL, former Elmhurst player James Hardy

    James Hardy, a historic Fort Wayne sports star and former NFL player, has been identified as the victim pulled from the Maumee River in east Fort Wayne on Wednesday. He was 31. NewsChannel 15 confirmed Hardy’s family reported him missing to police on May 30.

  • 2 months ago
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    Microïds unveils their Nintendo Switch games line-up, includes Flashback Remastered and more

    Microïds is proud to present its line-up of upcoming releases! Traditionally a publisher of multi-platform games, Microïds is expanding its catalogue while confirming its support for French production and its desire to reach out to as many players as possible by developing most of its titles for the Nintendo Switch as well.

  • 2 months ago
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    'Brunch bill' for alcohol before noon passes N.C. Senate

    Legislation to legalize the sale of mimosas, bloody mary cocktails and other alcoholic beverages at Sunday morning brunch in North Carolina was approved by the state Senate on Thursday afternoon. It now is pending in the House. The bill, Senate Bill 155, would make several major changes to North Carolina’s alcohol laws...

  • 2 months ago
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    ‘You filled cemeteries with our children’: Anti-terrorist Ramadan video goes viral on YouTube

    A video in Arabic calling for the worship of Allah “with love, not terror” has gone viral on YouTube, with over two million views in four days. Released at the start of Ramadan, it slams terrorists for “filling cemeteries with children.” The video, featuring Hussain Al Jassmi, an Arabic-language singer from the United Arab Emirates, was released on YouTube by Kuwaiti mobile telecommunications company Zain on Friday.

  • 3 months ago
    Expression yuriburi

    Richard Dawkins: ‘When I see cattle lorries, I think of the railway wagons to Auschwitz’

    Is this what it was like, Richard Dawkins wonders, for ordinary people in Nazi Germany? “There’s a kind of laziness if you live in a society where things are just accepted. People might have been vaguely uneasy about what was going on in Germany but also thought, ‘Oh well, everyone else is doing it’.”

  • 3 months ago
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    French MP dies after collapsing during speech

    A French MP has died after collapsing on stage while making a speech at a rally for presidential contender Emmanuel Macron. Corrine Erhel, 50, was the final speaker at the event in Plouisy in western France on Friday. She fell to the ground during her speech and later died in hospital. She was originally a member of the Socialist Party but joined Mr Macron's En Marche! in 2016.