Monday, 29 May 2017

Extremely Rare Albino Orangutan Found in Indonesia

Extremely Rare Albino Orangutan Found in Indonesia

The foundation nursing the primate back to health says they have never taken care of an albino orangutan and cannot find others like it in the wild. By Heather Brady. (May 18, 2017)

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China is now getting its power from the largest floating solar farm on Earth

China is now getting its power from the largest floating solar farm on Earth

China is one of the most polluted countries in the world, according to the World Health Organisation. Beijing in particular is known for its 'smog' or extreme pollution.  Recently, China's been on a mission to turn this around and become a leader in renewable energy.

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Brain-Altering Science and the Search for a New Normal

Brain-Altering Science and the Search for a New Normal

“The long-term question is, ‘Will somebody learn something about the brain that will be of use later?’” he says. “And the answer is, ‘Of course.’” By Sarah Scoles.

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When Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg sound the same dire warning about jobs, it’s time to listen

When Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg sound the same dire warning about jobs, it’s time to listen

Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates built billion-dollar technology companies in two very different areas, but they both agree on the biggest threats to American jobs. At his Harvard University commencement speech on Thursday, Facebook FB, +0.11% chief executive Zuckerberg, had some tough words for the Class of 2017. “Our generation will have to deal with tens of millions of jobs replaced by automation like self-driving cars and trucks,” he said, adding, “When our parents graduated, purpose reliably...

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Ancient Chinese Medicine Blocks Sperm From Egg

Ancient Chinese Medicine Blocks Sperm From Egg

It's safe, natural, has no side effects, and works — even after conception.

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I was struck by lightning yesterday—and boy am I sore

I was struck by lightning yesterday—and boy am I sore

Ars technical director: "I, I, I... think we need to call 911."

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Muscular men less likely to support social and economic equality, study suggests.

Muscular men less likely to support social and economic equality, study suggests.

Physically stronger men are less in favour of social and economic equality than weaker men, new research from Brunel University London indicates.

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