Zhenya Buryakov, a Russian spy convicted this past month of espionage in the U.S., had the misfortune of having comically inept handlers from Russian foreign intelligence.”> But by night, Buryakov met with his handlers at SVR, Russias foreign intelligence service, and passed along information his bosses in Moscow hoped to use against his host country. […]

Apple isn’t the only tech company clashing with data-hungry authorities. Brazilian police on Tuesday arrested Diego Dzodan, Facebook’s vice president of Latin America operations, because the tech giant couldn’t provide information from its WhatsApp messaging service.  Authorities believed that WhatsApp messages could aid in a drug trafficking investigation, and Brazilian officials had previously issued a […]

They have been carefully sorted and packed into packets which are on their way to the 8,500 schools, children’s clubs and societies that have signed up for the experiment. The aim is to learn more about the effects of weightlessness and radiation on seeds in order to develop plant varieties that can be grown on […]

After 60 years, is nuclear fusion finally poised to deliver?

Its been a long time coming, but the worlds top powers are now betting billions on the Iter collaboration to deliver clean, safe, limitless energy for the modern world We are standing on the ground that could change the future of energy, says engineer Laurent Pattison, deep in the reactor pit of the worlds biggest […]

File photo – Visitors at the Musee d’Orsay are seen in silhouette as they take pictures from behind a giant clock face April 8, 2015. (REUTERS/John Schults) Seven minutes to midnight. Five minutes to midnight. Three minutes to midnight. Last month, experts with the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists announced that the “Doomsday Clock,” an […]

As an alumn of The Ohio State University, I know quite a bit about football and “sports obsessed” cultureeither you love it or hate it (guess which I was). And so when I saw this tweet on Twitter, I knew I had to get involved in the brouhaha: Nick Bosa is an incoming freshman football […]

This is the most dangerous time for our planet | Stephen Hawking

We cant go on ignoring inequality, because we have the means to destroy our world but not to escape it As a theoretical physicist based in Cambridge, I have lived my life in an extraordinarily privileged bubble. Cambridge is an unusual town, centred around one of the worlds great universities. Within that town, the scientific […]

A former analyst with the US Department of Defence is on the trail of an astronomical cold case an unexplained signal that some believe could have come from extraterrestrials Way back in 1977 something amazing happened (apart from the release of Big Ear radio telescope to sweep the sky for possible signals from extraterrestrial civilisations. […]

Enjoy the craziness of election season while you can: In the future, computers could become so adept at molding your behavior that you won’t really choose who you vote for anymore. At least, that’s what one robotics expert at Carnegie Mellon University fears. Professor Illah Nourbakhsh recently appeared on a panel called “Life in 2025” during a conference […]

Well, this is insane. After a long week, 28-year-old Boston resident Jennifer Bauer just wanted a relaxing night where everything went well. But thats totally impossible, right? Well, guess what? It actually happened. Via Giphy.com

Tor Books Kameron Hurley is the author of The Geek Feminist Revolution, a book of essays that explores some of the challenges facing women and minorities in the science fiction world—challenges Hurley has encountered again and again. Like, for example, the time a friend of hers had a run-in with an established author at a […]

The aim of nanotechnology is to scale down the machinery used in everyday life, in order to control and manipulate the nano-world just as well as we manipulate things our own size. And this latest development is a breakthrough ofmicroscopic proportions: the single-atom engine. German researchers were able to successfully construct a single-atom heat engine, […]

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Is the purpose of prison to punish criminals, or to rehabilitate them into productive members of society? Sweden takes a more enlightened approach to incarceration. 1. In Sweden, inmates are given spacious homes in beautiful 18th-century apartment buildings, often with breathtaking vistas of the Baltic Sea. 2. Prisoners are able to go to class at […]

If you want to succeed at social media, it helps to be either a) hilarious or b) famous. The guys who make up The Lonely IslandAndy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and Akiva Schafferare fortunate enough to be both. To capitalize on what we can only assume is their vast store of social savvy, WIRED asked the […]

Star of Bethlehem may not have been a star after all, scientist says

File photo – a lit up nativity scene is seen at a country house estate in the village of Grabovnica near Cazma, central Croatia, Dec. 10, 2011. (REUTERS/Nikola Solic) The famous Star of Bethlehem may not have been a star at all, but an extremely rare planetary alignment, according to a University of Notre Dame […]

Andddd cue the waterworks. For anyone who needs a cry, this oughta get the job done. Youre just going to want to make sure youre not in public when you see himit could get embarrassing. Dont say we didnt warn you.

The universe is expanding at an accelerating rate. This is a problem: The continuation of this will result in universe-wide cooling, eventually becoming too cold to sustain life. Ultimately, with heat evenly distributed across the cosmos, time itself will come to an end. Scientists trying to work out this expansion rate are essentially calculating the […]

What do Donald Trump’s Twitter tastes tell us about him?

Trump follows Bill OReilly and Piers Morgan, but top Republicans Rudy Giuliani and Paul Ryan dont make the cut his list, its like your dad joined Twitter to find out what all the fuss was about, followed his direct relatives and everyone in his book club, then got bored. It has a sudden, inorganic feel, […]

You may have been enjoying your Memorial Day holiday and celebrating the start of summer this week. But the Internet’s nasty elements andincursionson your privacy don’t take vacations. A megabreach of MySpace served as a reminder that even services you’ve forgotten about may hold your private data and leave it vulnerable— and that was just […]

Bitcoin giant Coinbase ordered to give up user data to the IRS

If youre connected to a wireless network, odds are high thatlittle bits of data are tricklingout of your device like water from a leaky faucet. Our phones leak data in a bunch of different ways, says artist Kyle McDonald. Sometimes its really insidious or unexpected. Recently at Moogfest, a music and technology festival in Durham, […]

Kazuo Ishiguro: ‘Were coming close to the point where we can create people who are superior to others’

Social changes unleashed by new technologies could undermine core human values unless we engage with science, warns author Imagine a two-tiered society with elite citizens, genetically engineered to be smarter, healthier and to live longer, and an underclass of biologically run-of-the-mill humans. It sounds like the plot of a dystopian novel, but the world could […]

By Nate Raymond (Reuters) – A Washington state man was sentenced on Friday to eight years in prison for his role in helping the management of the successor website to Silk Road, an online black market where illegal drugs and other goods were sold. Brian Farrell, who prosecutors say was a staff member for Silk […]

In 1932, the Dutch astronomer Jan Oort tallied the stars in the Milky Way and found that they came up short. Judging by the way the stars bob up and down like horses on a carousel as they go around the plane of the galaxy, Oort calculated that there ought to be twice as much […]

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Norwex Reviews: Save Your Money in Buying Detergent!

Norwex Review – Great Business Opportunity Or a Big Scam? Do you have children and babies who always pee and pup anytime they want? What would you like to do then? Will you buy more than a kilogram detergent for washing it? is it spend much money? When you put only few detergent on the […]

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It took millions of years for apes to evolve into humans. It may take only a century for humans to change again. Genetic engineering, which for decades never quite lived up to its promise, is being transformed thanks to a new tool called Crispr. Scientists can use it to manipulate the genes of any living creature with astonishing ease. Its initial applications have been to target genetic disease, modify […]

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Give it up for the men and women of our armed services, because they did something truly amazing. Twelve-year-old Trevor Gannett invited everyone in his middle school class to attend his birthday party, but none of the kids showed up. His mom posted images of the heartbroken child sitting alone, surrounded by his birthday cake […]

KPCB On slide 133 of her much-anticipated annual Internet Trends report, venture capitalist Mary Meeker made a curious comparison. She put a graph of iPhone sales side-by-side with a sales estimate for the Echo, the newish wireless speaker and voice-activated personal assistant from Amazon. That juxtaposition might seem strange, but Meeker was making a point. […]

This feature requires JavaScript to function. Its a Thursday morning, and youre sitting around with nothing to do. You had a job, but it exploded, so now youre stuck here in your boring house. Suddenly, your phone rings. Ignore the phone and go outside to look at parts of the planet Earth. Are you the […]

When Adrian Ludwig describes the ideal approach to computer security, he pulls out an analogy. But it’s not a lock or a firewall or a moat around a castle. Computer security, he says, should work like the credit card business. A credit card company, he explains, doesn’t eliminate risk. It manages risk, using data describing […]

(CNN)As Gambians head to the polls on December 1, they will cast their vote for the next president, not with a ballot but with Gambia’s homegrown system to voter inclusionmarbles. The electoral commission praises the marble system for being more transparent, credible, and fair, allowing country’s illiterate citizens to vote. “Our electoral commission is second […]

If the thought of showing up to a Halloween party in the same costume as someone else is scarier than any ghost story, you might want to consultGoogle‘s new search tool. The Frightgeist is a map showing the popularity of various costumes by geographic location. It’s Google’s way of bringing Big Data analytics to the […]

Last week, Facebook introduced a way to show ads across the web to everyone, not just its own users. At the same time, it added a new privacy setting for people already on Facebook to limit how their activity on the social network shows up in ads elsewhere. It gets confusing! Heres whats up. First, […]

Our brains, with their intrinsic tendency to segregate, are designed to veer toward over-control. Psychedelics blow all that apart and we can learn from them I was in San Francisco last week, visiting my brother and revisiting the years we spent there as young men. We walked through was quoted as saying This is to […]

How a dubious tweet about illegal votes found its way to Trump’s megaphone

An obscure Republican official traced as the source of an evidence-free claim that millions illegally voted says in an interview he has received threats and abuse When Donald Trump tweeted that millions of people voted illegally in the presidential election, headline writers were quick to point out that . The US president-elect had not given […]

Nearly 40,000 Verizon workers are heading back to work tomorrow after a six-and-half-week strike. Last week Verizon reached a tentative agreement with the Communications Workers of America and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers to end a strike that began April 13th. The new contract still needs to be voted on by union members, but workers […]

If you want to play a game and help scientists worldwide test some of the fundamental laws of physics, today is your lucky day. Twelve laboratories around the world are looking to employ the power of human randomness to conduct a series of quantum experiments. The scientists hope to borrow time from at least 30,000 […]

Welp, looks like its time to officially say so long to summer. As of this week, the majestic tree with legs instead of leaves is no longer kicking people when they go near it, which can only mean one thing: Sunny days are going away, and fall is finally here. Via Giphy.com Read more: http://www.clickhole.com/article/tree-legs-leaves-no-longer-kicks-when-you-go-near–3226

The Gambia bans international calls and internet as voters go to polls

Nearly 900,000 people are eligible to vote in election that could end President Yahya Jammehs 22-year rule The internet, international phone calls and demonstrations have been banned in the Gambia as voters go to the polls for an election that poses the first real threat to President Yahya Jammeh after more than two decades in […]

101-Year-Old Christmas List from 7-Year-Old Proves How Materialistic Todays Kids Are

The boy’s family has been preserving it for decades… The last time I created a Christmas wish list was around the Polly Pocket and Doodle Bear era, so I’m a little out of the loop in regard to today’s hottest toy commodities… but it’s no secret that today’s children have started to go a little […]

He was one man, not two. He had at least seven names, and was mistakenly pronounced dead four times. But the fog surrounding ISISs No. 2 is finally beginning to part. “> The U.S. military announced that al-Qaduliwho oversaw ISISs intelligence operationswas killed in an airstrike in Deir Ezzor, in eastern Syria, on March 25. […]

We Cubans will restore civil liberties  without help from Donald Trump | Elaine Daz

If the president-elect really wants to make things better for Cubans, he should return Guantnamo to us and lift the US embargo The 44th president of the United States of America he would look for a better deal for the Cuban people [and] the Cuban-American people. Since December 2014, when Barack Obama and Ral Castro

Good flags tend to follow five rules: They sport simple designs, featuremeaningful imagery, useonly two or three colors, avoid lettering, and maintain a balance between distinctiveness and familiarity. These aren’t arbitrary edicts; vexillological expert Ted Kaye canonized them in his book, Good Flag, Bad Flag. Most municipal flags flout these rules. Take the one flown […]

The FBI has been issuing national security letters for decades. The controversial subpoenas, which allow the feds to obtain customer records and transaction data from internet service providers and other companies without a court order, come with a perpetual gag order that prevents recipients from disclosing that they’ve received an NSL. Only a small handful […]

The secret Pentagon program, which dates back to December 2004, continued well into the Obama presidency. It was the brainchild of a senior Defense Department intelligence official of the Bush administration, Lt. Gen. William Jerry Boykin. Boykin, an evangelical Christian who ran into criticism in 2003 for his statements about Islam, settled on the ruse of the […]

Paul Dacre to step down as chair of journalists code of practice committee

Daily Mail editor-in-chief takes swipe at so-called liberals who have refused to join Ipso as he announces departure Paul Dacre, the editor-in-chief of the Daily Mail, is to stand down as chair of a committee that governs journalists code of conduct before a government review of press regulation. His departure after eight turbulent years for […]

Image copyright Bob Christy Image caption Teachers Geoff Perry (third from right) and Derek Slater (second from right) inspired their pupils, including Bob Christy (third from left) to track satellites He wanted to use satellites to teach his pupils about the Doppler effect, one of his former pupils Michael Sinnett said. Image copyright Bob Christy […]

Your home Internet will soon work a lot more like your phone’s data plan, if it doesn’t already. AT&T, the second-largest broadband Internet provider in the US, is imposing “data allowances” on its customers. U-Verse customers now face limits between 300GB to 1TB depending on the their existing plans, AT&T said. This should be enough […]

No, Gotham, Thats Not How Tightropes Work

I’ll be honest. I don’t really watchGotham, but it looks interesting. It chroniclesthe events in Batman’s city before he became Batman. That’s about all I know. However, when I saw a recent commercial for an upcoming episode, I had to do something. I’m not sure what’s going on here, but from my research this appears […]

Interviewers, youve been warned: If you ask Sandra Bullock a stupid question, shes going to let you know. During a press junket for her upcoming film, Our Brand Is Crisis, one entertainment reporter asked the actress to give him a haircut, and she informed him just how rude that question was. Check out her perfect […]

Forget the incredible yoga strength, the charming feminist talk, or that glorious hair. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is more than a pretty face.  Much more, according to the clip below from a press conference at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Ontario on Friday. When a reporter sarcastically suggested that the prime minister explain quantum computing, […]

Tony Fadell brought the iPod to life at Apple Inc., ushered in the iPhone, started Nest Labs in 2010 to modernize home gadgets and sold to Google for $3.2 billion in 2014. Then he spent the last two years shaping Googles vision of the connected future and pushing its wares deeper into consumers lives. After […]

fake news pro-Trump stories conspiracy theories himself, including baselessly claiming Sunday to his 16 million Twitter followers that “millions” of people voted illegally in the 2016 election. Some major news sites initiallyTrump supporter Camerota during the Thursday segment that 3 million undocumented immigrants  or as she said, “illegals” voted in California. When pressed on where she got this […]

(CNN)The study of martial arts has existed for centuries, but one digital designer has found a way to portray the ancient practice in a new light. In a series of beautiful motion visualizations, Tobias Gremmler deftly translates the movement of kung fu masters — swiveling, lunging, blocking, charging — into captivating geometric and abstract video […]

Washington (CNN)ISIS and other terrorist groups are evolving in ways that will force the US and Europe to adapt new counterterrorism strategies, according to US lawmakers, analysts and European security officials. A report issued Thursday by the European security agency Europol projects that as ISIS comes under increasing pressure in the Mideast, it will stage […]

Artificial intelligence and off-grid living: Top designers imagine the year 2066

(CNN)Design Miami is underway in the Sunshine State, bringing with it not only the most coveted collectible furniture and objects, but also the glitterati of the design circuit (not to mention the art crowd in town for Art Basel.) Read: Cool designs from jelly, dung and garbage From Yves Behar’s optimistic forecast of an idyllic […]

BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti is hoping he can change the minds of British employees who just decided to join a union. A majority of BuzzFeed UK’s editorial staff signed cards announcing they had elected to join Britain’s National Union of Journalists, BuzzFeed reported on Wednesday. Although the announcement amounts to a formal request for recognition […]

Too mean, you say? Asked what they made of fans who thought Rory and Lorelai Gilmore were a bit “awful” and “selfish” in the Netflix revival, “Gilmore Girls” actors Lauren Graham and Scott Patterson fiercely defended at a SAG-AFTRA panel discussion in New York City on Tuesday night. At the specific mention of Paul, the […]

Tony Fadell is stepping down as head of Nest Labs, just over two tumultuous years after selling the smart-home gadget maker to Google. Exclusive Interview: Tony Fadell Defends His Record and Methods Fadell will leave Nest immediately and be replaced by Marwan Fawaz, former executive vice president of Motorola Mobility where he served as CEO of […]

WASHINGTON — Congress had six months to debate granting President-elect Donald Trump’s FBI new legal powers to hack millions of computers, and Republican leaders objected to doing so on Wednesday. That means that starting Thursday, a Department of Justice official will be able to go to a single judge, assert that a computer crime may […]

Here’s how IBM explains the deal in a press release of its own (emphasis ours): Upon closing, IBM will acquire The Weather Company product and technology assets that include the worlds leading meteorological data science experts, precision forecasting capabilities and a high-volume cloud platform that ingests, processes, analyzes and distributes enormous data sets at scale […]

Hackers target UK National Lottery players

File photo – A National Lottery sign is seen over the entrance of a newsagents (REUTERS/David Moir). The U.K.s National Lottery said Wednesday that around 26,500 players accounts have been accessed by hackers. Camelot, which organizes the National Lottery, said that it became aware of suspicious activity on some players online accounts Monday. The organization […]

How can we improve the act of killing? And should we? As we enter the era of artificial intelligence, some argue that our weapons should be smarter to better locate and kill our enemies while minimizing risk to civilians. The justification is not so different than the one for smart thermostats: Data and algorithms can […]

One of Captain America’s signature moves is throwing his shield and having it hit its target after multiple bounces. It’s just what he does. But how difficult would this actually be? Yes, I know Captain America is just a comic book hero, but that doesn’t mean this won’t be a fun physics problem. How do […]

If you’ve ever seen a litter of puppies, then you know that they rank pretty closely as thecutest things in the world. Sure, babies of any kind are adorable, but there’s something about newborn pups that immediately tugs on the heartstrings. Seriously, not only do puppies make the best cuddle buddies, but they also grow […]

eBay will soon be picking your brain to learn what products to show you. The auction site is working on taking advantage of demographic data and complex algorithms to create artificial intelligence that can personalize your shopping experience. The AI will help eBay learn everything there is to know about your buying habits. “It’s all […]

The struggle is so real. 1. Friends always think theyre the first one to suggest you just take your meals intravenously. Via Giphy.com 3. Rather than deal with cafeteria food, it was always just easier to gnaw off part of your hand. Via Giphy.com Via Giphy.com 6. You always feel bad when restaurants get your […]

To most, matchsticks are only good for one thing. Once they’ve served their flame-sparking purpose, they’re usually just thrown away. But guitar enthusiast and designerDean Fraser had a very differentidea: hecreated a guitar out of roughly 40,000 matchsticks. Fraser started the project over 18 years ago, which is longer than most people stick with any […]

OSU attack suspect visited Washington DC area days earlier, source says

Hubble Space Telescope view of the galaxy UGC 9391, which contains Cepheid variable stars and supernovas that scientists studied to calculate a newly precise value for Hubble’s constant. (NASA, ESA, and L. Frattare (STScI)) Illustration showing the three steps astronomers used to measure the universe’s expansion rate to an unprecedented accuracy, reducing the total uncertainty […]

Breathtaking Sneak-Peek Photos From The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s showtime. The highly anticipated Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show doesn’t air until Monday, Dec. 5. Thanks to the magic of the internet though, the masses were blessed with a peek of the star-studded runway as it happened live in Paris on Wednesday. Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid made their second appearance at the […]

Digital tools are increasingly trying to help us be more creative with our words, and now there’s one that tries to actively manage our emotions, too. There are many projects aiming to improve or augment the writing experience, from the Hemingwrite digital typewriter,Scrivener software that organizes research and writing, author Robin Sloan’s predictive AI writing […]

This summer, Riva-Melissa Tez was searching online for research that might help her father. Hed gone into a coma after suffering a stroke, and she wondered what the latest recommendations said—whether playing music to him in his native language could keep him connected to this world, or if giving him Prozac could boost his chances […]

What happens if you ask an astrophysicist whether the Earth is flat? If that astrophysicist is Neil deGrasse Tyson, he first gives you a brutal side-eye that terrifies you to your core, before explaining the real reason why there are still people who believe the Earth is flat and we are at the center of […]

All right, lets just be up front about this: We need to publish content that we know people will click on, otherwise our website wont make money. With that said, it turns out that large portions of key demographics have been Googling the phrase Pikachu breastfeeding Barack Obama. In fact, so many people have been […]

In 2014, the Los Angeles Clippers were just getting used to being a good basketball team. After more than three decades of irrelevance—and only four winning seasons—they’d finally found that magic mix of talent and cohesion and had become a division-winning powerhouse practically overnight. But then they hit another roadblock: TMZ published a recording of […]

At the Dusseldorf airport, robotic valet parking is now reality. You step out of your car. You press a button on a touch screen. And then a machine lifts your car off the ground, moving all three tons of it into a kind of aerial parking bay. Built by a German company called Serva Transport, […]

You know those reassuring physics facts, like water freezes at 0C (32F) and boils at 100C (212F)?Well, it turns out that when scientists start playing around with things, those become a lot more arbitrary. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) were able to keep water frozen inside carbon nanotubes at temperatures of at […]

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We all knew that’s what our parents were doing. There was no reason we needed to be home at a certain time. It was all a social construct meant to keep us in check and maintain the oppressive parent-child hierarchy! No, but seriously, thank goodness our parents cared, because most of us would have ended […]

Magnets aren’t miracles, but neither are they a phenomenon that physicists completely understand. Particularly big magnets, like the sun. Until recently, the annals of research failed to completely explain how massive currents blooming on the sun’s surface burst into solar flares, releasing incredible volumes of energy in short time frames. Peter Sweet was vexed by […]

“Did you know theres no definition of planets?, my 12-year- old son announced over dinner. I had to admit I did not. Id always thought that there was some size cut off, and wed discovered Pluto fell below it, which is why it had been de-planeted and relegated back to being just a distant, sad, […]

At Kik, weve been thinking about the coming bot revolution for a long time. We first launched a basic bot platform a year and a half ago, and millions of users have been chatting with Kik bots ever since. Other messengers, such as Telegram and Slack, have been doing their own work with bots. Now, […]

Meet Sharon Clemmons, a 23-year-old resident of Bayfield, WI. While Sharon has lived in Bayfield her whole life and has never once traveled outside the country, thanks to the power of the internet, we now know about something pretty crazy that happened to her 3,500 miles away. All the way over in Glasgow, Scotland, theres […]

AIDS is still a new threat to a younger generation

(CNN)To the youth of today, the HIV epidemic is old. It arrived before the Internet, before the Berlin Wall came down, and at a time when you could still smoke on airplanes. It can be difficult to fathom but, unlike those of us from earlier generations, today’s young people have never known a world without […]

You Can Power Matic Cigarette Machine What?! – How To Power Matic Cigarette Machine Essential Earth Blends With Ascent Portable Vaporizer Weil’s Vitamin Advisor takes into account your age, gender and health history to determine the number and type of coils. Again it’s just going to have is remembering to put down your e-cig. This […]

Internet educators CGP Grey and Kurzgesagt collaborate on a fascinating two-part video series about our brain(s) and what we’re “made” of. It’s scientific, it’s philosophical, and it will make you go hmmm 🙂 Read more: http://twistedsifter.com/videos/your-brain-is-two-and-what-makes-you-you/

Googles AI Reads Retinas to Prevent Blindness in Diabetics

Getty Images Google’s artificial intelligence can play the ancient game of Go better than any human. It can identify faces, recognize spoken words, and pull answers to your questions from the web. But the promise is that this same kind of technology will soon handle far more serious work than playing games and feeding smartphone […]

 will be honored in Stockholm next month as they receive one of the most prestigious awards in the world: the Nobel Prize, presented for outstanding work in fields ranging from economics to literature. nd they might just provide a subtle rebuke to the direction the country is taking. Bob Dylan is the only U.S.-based 2016 Nobel […]

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Effects Of Vaping – The V2 E-Cigs Affiliate Channel We reserve the right to remove any remaining cytoplasmic contents. A bill has been passed against them in recent years. We knew that if we were going to ship out my replacement today! The public comment period, which ended August v2 e-cigs affiliate 8. No one […]

Ask the Google search app “What is the fastest bird on Earth?,” and it will tell you. “Peregrine falcon,” the phone says. “According to YouTube, the peregrine falcon has a maximum recorded airspeed of 389 kilometers per hour.” That’s the right answer, but it doesn’t come from some master database inside Google. When you ask […]

How 5 Hookah, Are Made : What’s In A Cigar? Rates begin at $3. E-cigarettes and e-liquids come in a wide variety of flavors in the world”. Only exposures to the liquids inside e-cigarettes. The concept of dry puff” is well understood by 5 hookah,rs and described in the first place. On sale for the […]

Libraries promise to destroy user data to avoid threat of government surveillance

New York Public Library changed its data retention policies, and the American Library Association apologized for normalizing the Trump administration Public and private libraries are reacting swiftly to the election of Donald Trump, promising to destroy user information before it can be used against readers and backing up data abroad. The New York Public Library […]