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We Still Use the Same Words We Did 15,000 Years Ago

We Still Use the Same Words We Did 15,000 Years Ago | News we like | Scoop.it
A team of scientists has unearthed evidence that suggests some of the words we use today could be 15,000 years old—meaning that Ice Age humans would have been able to understand parts of our speech.
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This planet has the weirdest orbit ever seen around a big old star

This planet has the weirdest orbit ever seen around a big old star | News we like | Scoop.it
Astronomers have discovered an alien planet with an extraordinarily weird orbit around an elderly star — a trip that will come to a fiery end in about 100 million years.
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John Lennon's stolen diaries, glasses found in Berlin

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John Lennon's glasses and a diary which ends on the day he was shot dead have turned up in Berlin after being stolen from his widow Yoko Ono in 2006.
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Sacha Baron Cohen offers to pay Borat mankini fines

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The actor offers to pay the fines of six Czech tourists who were arrested in Kazakhstan for wearing a Borat-style mankini in public.
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4 Tesla Roadster alternatives you can drive today

4 Tesla Roadster alternatives you can drive today | News we like | Scoop.it
So the new Tesla Roadster has you gripped. There's $200k burning a hole in your pocket - or $250k, if you want to be among the first 1,000 owners - and you're
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This Android power feature gave Google a privacy headache

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A Google experiment to extend battery life has landed Android in privacy hot water, with concerns that devices running the OS have been sending details of
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6 key Tesla Truck facts we need to hear today

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk doesn't believe in making his life easy. Model 3 production may only be slowly ramping up now, but that hasn't stopped the electric-obsessed
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Ancient wine jar shows winemaking goes back 8,000 years in Armenia

Ancient wine jar shows winemaking goes back 8,000 years in Armenia | News we like | Scoop.it
Anthropologist Patrick McGovern from the University of Pennsylvania has been searching for the origins of wine for years and his investigation took him into the
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Here's what Martin Luther thought the Catholic Church was wrong about

Here's what Martin Luther thought the Catholic Church was wrong about | News we like | Scoop.it
It's been 500 years since the dawn of the Protestant Reformation. Find out what Martin Luther thought the Catholic Church was wrong about.
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Germany issues ban on children's smartwatches, urges parents to destroy them

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The sale of kids' smartwatches have just been banned in Germany, as the country's telecommunications regulator has labelled them as essentiall
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METI space messages invite aliens to communicate with Earth

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Researchers have undertaken a controversial plan to get aliens to contact humans: sending an invitation out into space. The efforts come from METI, which stands
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The specs of the Tesla Roadster are simply mind-boggling

The specs of the Tesla Roadster are simply mind-boggling | News we like | Scoop.it
Tesla started the day unveiling their electric Semi. They ended it blowing minds with the new Roadster.
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Bizarre Martian lake could contain the same tiny life forms that exist on Mars

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The body of water is made up of small salty pools - each which is said to have a different healing power
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Musk beats deadline for building world's biggest battery

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Entrepreneur Elon Musk has won a US$50 million bet by beating a 100-day deadline for building a giant battery to help South Australia avoid energy blackouts, officials said.
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World's most powerful lithium ion battery finished in SA

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Tesla's giant back-up battery is intended to ease SA's blackout risk this summer, with capacity to keep the power on in about 30,000 homes for more than an hour.
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Britain's water companies still use bizarre medieval 'witchcraft' to find pipes

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Water company workers are, apparently, also witches and wizards
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University switches on 6,000 solar panels in 'significant milestone'

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A university in southern NSW installs Australia's largest rooftop solar power system so far in a project it says is a significant milestone for the renewable energy industry in Australia.
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Research reveals a new survival strategy in key bacteria

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New research shows that a bacteria and promising microbial cell factory will not immediately shut down when deprived of nitrogen – instead 'waiting' until absolutely necessary to stop functioning.
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World’s First Floating City to Launch in Pacific Ocean by 2020, And Here’s How it Will Look

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Floating cities sound like a concept out of a science-fiction film, but this is no longer the case. By 2020, the first floating city is expected to emerge in the Pacific Ocean, and life on
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Protein synthesis machinery from bacterial consortia in one shot

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A new technique developed at UC Davis may have broken the barrier to rapid assembly of pure protein synthesis machinery outside of living cells.
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Five reasons not to spray the bugs in your garden

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The weather is getting warmer, and gardens are coming alive with bees, flies, butterflies, dragonflies, praying mantises, beetles, millipedes, centipedes, and spiders.
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Why do we keep falling for fad diets?

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From drinking only alcohol to swallowing tapeworms, fad diets have been a feature of human life for centuries — and despite their dubious nature, there are no signs their popularity is fading.
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AC/DC lauds guitarist Malcolm Young, dead at 64

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Malcolm Young, the guitarist whose powerhouse riffs and rhythm guitar propelled AC/DC to stardom, dies less than a month after his brother, Easybeats member George Young.
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What is the computational power of the universe?

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Can a close look at the universe give us solutions to problems too difficult even for a planet-sized computer to solve?
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7 Tips for Stolen Android Phones

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The best way to protect your phone from being stolen is to know the techniques being used against you by thieves. Here are 7 of the most common tricks pickpocketers use on victims.
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What happens when you recycle an old phone?

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The old phone in the bottom drawer might not be worth its weight in gold, but it's definitely worth recycling.
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