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There are no exposed people on this motorbike

There’s an picture going turn that is doing people’s heads in. It apparently shows a totally exposed person on a motorbike, but it’s just one of those intriguing visual illusions. Not much is famous about where the picture was taken, but it appears to have originated in South Korea where …

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A New Titleholder For Earliest Wine?

Known for its surprising varietals and millennia-old booze traditions, the Republic of Georgia may also be where viniculture was born. (Credit G. Tarlach) Where are the roots of the beginning wine? Countries in southwestern Asia have long contested who was first to perturbation grapes. To date, the oldest widely supposed justification for …

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With Just $1,000, Anyone Can Track Your Every Move

(Credit: Wachiwit/Shutterstock) By now, many of us are substantially used to the thought that vast companies lane the preferences and activities every time we go online. It’s the cost we compensate for the custom, available practice we find on the internet. But tracking your activity online isn’t disdainful to high-flying …

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Science’s Next Frontier? It’s Civic Engagement

By Louise Lief Every day, it seems, brings some-more dispiriting news to the scholarship world. The conduct of the Environmental Protection Agency is stealing investigate scientists from the agency’s advisory play and has banned some of them from speaking at conferences. The Government Accounting Office is questioning reports that the …

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7.3-magnitude upheaval on Iran-Iraq limit kills 300, injures 2,500

More than 300 people were killed and thousands some-more harmed when a vast trembler shook Iran and brought several buildings toppling to the belligerent Sunday, officials said. The U.S. Geological Survey available the shoal 7.3-magnitude shock around 9:30 p.m. internal time and tracked its epicenter to 20 miles outward the …

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