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29 Viral Photos and GIFs From 2017 That Were Totally Fake

29 Viral Photos and GIFs From 2017 That Were Totally Fake | The Vault | Scoop.it
It’s that time of year again when we look back at the photos and GIFs that went viral over the past 12 months. We did similar year-end round-ups in 2014, 2015, 2016 and I must say that 2017 was even weirder than usual. How so? There were so many fake images swirling around the internet that it was difficult to decide which ones to debunk.
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DISCOVERY AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE FIRST KNOWN INTERSTELLAR OBJECT (A/2017 U1 - `Oumuamua)

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Chelyabinsk Airburst, Damage Assessment, Meteorite Recovery, and Characterization

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I'm a liberal professor, and my liberal students terrify me

I'm a liberal professor, and my liberal students terrify me | The Vault | Scoop.it
How a simplistic, unworkable, and ultimately stifling conception of social justice took over the American college campus.
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Arizona University Astronomy Lectures 1

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But it moves! How we know the Earth rotates.

But it moves!  How we know the Earth rotates. | The Vault | Scoop.it
“I feel the earth move under my feet I feel the sky tumbling down I feel my heart start to trembling Whenever you’re around” -Carole King I had so much fun earlier this week telli…
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Monsanto Targets Cancer Scientist in Flawed Reuters Story

Monsanto Targets Cancer Scientist in Flawed Reuters Story | The Vault | Scoop.it
A widely circulated June 14 Reuters story is part of an ongoing and carefully crafted effort by Monsanto and the pesticide industry to discredit IARC's work.
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The Ultimate Guide to the Google Search Parameters

The Ultimate Guide to the Google Search Parameters | The Vault | Scoop.it
Yes, I really do believe people reading this might be sad enough to answer "yes" to the question "Ever wanted to know how to construct your own Google search strings?". So with that in mind, here are Google's search string parameters. All of them.http://www.google.com/search?Google's URL. If you didn't know that bit
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Christopher Exley: Using bad science to demonize aluminum adjuvants in vaccines - RESPECTFUL INSOLENCE

Christopher Exley: Using bad science to demonize aluminum adjuvants in vaccines - RESPECTFUL INSOLENCE | The Vault | Scoop.it
Move over, Christopher Shaw, there's a new antivaccine scientist named Christopher Exley. He's got a fluorescence microscope, and he's not afraid to use it to demonize aluminum.
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I created “Medusa Magazine” and I am shutting it down because Feminist stupidity has surpassed satire

I created “Medusa Magazine” and I am shutting it down because Feminist stupidity has surpassed satire | The Vault | Scoop.it
Hello Readers of Medusa Magazine. My name is {redacted} and I own ageofshitlords.com. Before I begin, I just want to state that yes, this website is satire. It has always been and will always be satire.... but I don't blame anyone for thinking otherwise. Myself and the fellow Shitposters who operated and published articles on…
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NeuroLogica Blog » The Moon Landing Hoax – Again

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James Randi has often observed that paranormal beliefs are like 'unsinkable rubber duckies.' No matter how many times they are knocked down, they jus
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IMF Fiscal Monitor: Tackling Inequality, October 2017

IMF Fiscal Monitor: Tackling Inequality, October 2017 | The Vault | Scoop.it
At the global level, inequality has declined substantially over the past three decades, but within national boundaries, the picture is mixed: some countries have experienced a reduction in inequality while others, particularly advanced economies, have seen a significant increase that has, among other things, contributed to growing public backlash against globalization. Excessive levels of inequality can erode social cohesion, lead to political polarization, and ultimately lower economic growth, but whether inequality is excessive depends on country-specific factors, including the growth context in which inequality arises, along with societal preferences. This Fiscal Monitor focuses on how fiscal policy can help governments address high levels of inequality while minimizing potential trade-offs between efficiency and equity.
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Ressources sur l'Hépatite B

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