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dachshundbonus.com — Not only is a close friend, but a dachshund is also a spiritual therapy to help you overcome many dangerous diseases and relieve stresses in life. Nobody can resist the cute looks of those mischievous puppies. Pets play a very important role in our spiritual life. For those who are living alone, pe…
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wired.com — The banana—or at least the fruit as we know it—is facing an existential crisis. A deadly fungus that has decimated banana plantations in southeast Asia for 30 years has finally done what scientists have long been fearing, and made its way to Latin America—the heart of the global banana export market…
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cnn.com — Kevin Smith, Netflix and Mattel are teaming up for a new "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" series. Smith announced the news of "Masters of the Universe: Revelation" this past weekend at Power-Con which was held in Anaheim, California.   Full Article >>
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theatlantic.com — Beards, scars, red clothes, and other secrets of attraction... Hot or not? The question of whom we’re attracted to and why has long confounded humankind’s greatest philosophers, scientists, and reality-show contestants. Scads of studies suggest that those of us looking for Mr. or Ms. Right may act…
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arstechnica.com — In the US, it's cheaper to build and operate wind farms than buy fossil fuels. Wind is even cheaper at the moment because of a tax credit given to renewable energy generation. But that credit is in the process of fading out, leading to long term uncertainty in a power market where demand is general…
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bbc.com — About 15,000 homes are destroyed in a shanty town in Dhaka - but no deaths have been reported. Many homes had plastic roofs, which helped the flames to spread. No deaths have been reported, although several people were injured. Full Article >>  
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sciencenews.org — In a first, astronomers may just have detected gravitational waves from a black hole merging with a neutron star. Shudders in the cosmos have revealed what’s likely the sad end of a neutron star — getting swallowed by a black hole. If confirmed, it would be the first solid detection of this source…
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sciencedaily.com — Much of the planet sweltered in unprecedented heat in July, as temperatures soared to new heights in the hottest month ever recorded. The record warmth also shrank Arctic and Antarctic sea ice to historic lows. The average global temperature in July was 1.71 degrees F above the 20th-century average…
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livescience.com — There are ancient, massive galaxies haunting the dusty reaches of our universe, invisible to the Hubble Space Telescope. But now astronomers sifting through infrared data have discovered 39 of them. Ancient, massive galaxies haunting the dusty reaches of our universe have been in hiding, invisible …
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newscientist.com — A lack of water vapour in the atmosphere has caused a global decline in plant growth over the past two decades, resulting in a 59 per cent decline in vegetated areas worldwide. Studying four global climate datasets, Wenping Yuan at Sun Yat-sen University in Zhuhai, China and his colleagues found th…
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