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A Shortage of Sticks Prompts Man to Build 'Stick Library' for Dog Park
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A Shortage of Sticks Prompts Man to Build 'Stick Library' for Dog Park

The New Zealand man went with a library concept to encourage the return of these sanded and smoothed dog sticks.December 17, 2019What& 39;s a dog without a good stick to chew on or fetch?That& 39;s exactly what a 59-year-old man asked himself when he found out there was a shortage of good sticks for his dog Bella to play with at the new dog park in Kaiapoi, New Zealand.

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Facebook Currently Working on a Brand New OS in Order to Drop Android

Mark Lucovsky, the co-author of Microsoft& 39;s Windows NT, has been put in charge of the project.December 22, 2019In order to reduce its reliance on Google& 39;s Android, Facebook is currently working on a brand new operating system (OS), according to a new report by The Information. The man in charge of this ambitious project is Mark Lucovsky, the co-author of Microsoft& 39;s Windows NT.
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Boeing to Pause Production of 737 MAX in January 2020

Boeing will temporarily halt the production of 737 MAX, which caused the death of 346 people, in January 2020.By Nursah ErgüDecember 17, 2019You& 39;re probably familiar with the two crashes caused by Boeing 737 MAX and killed 346 people. It& 39;s been a long time since its grounding, but a month ago Boeing provided an update on 737 MAX, saying it could be in service in January 2020.
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New York Heavily Hit By Snow Squall: What's a Snow Squall Anyways?

New York was covered by a snow squall, but most people don& 39;t even know what really is a snow squall.By Nursah ErgüDecember 19, 2019New Yorkers woke up to a scene straight out of the movie & 34;The Mist& 34; on Wednesday because the city was covered by a snow squall. But everyone had one question on their minds; What& 39;s a snow squall anyways?
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Selfie Taking Is On the Rise in Europe

A UK smartphone company surveyed Europeans about their selfie habits and found they are doing it more than ever before.December 19, 2019Vanity is clearly in as we head into 2020, with smartphone brand HONOR finding Europeans are taking more selfies than ever before.UK-based HONOR polled 5,750 Europeans on their selfy behavior finding they take an average 597 selfies a year.
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Researchers Find Tallest Tree in the Amazon

The tree can store as much carbon as an entire hectare of rainforest.December 13, 2019Researchers have discovered the tallest known tree in the Amazon, towering at a height of 290 feet (88.5 metres) storing as much carbon as an entire hectare of rainforest somewhere else in the Amazon.Professor Eric Gorgens, a researcher at the Federal University of the Jequitinhonha and Mucuri Valleys (UFVJM) Brazil and a team of colleagues from Brazil, Swansea, Oxford, and Cambridge discovered a group of giant trees using a laser scanner on an aircraft.
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UK Boy First to Receive a Prosthetic Arm Above the Elbow

A UK inventor developer a hydraulic arm that can grip things.December 16, 2019A five-year old UK boy was finally able to properly hug his baby brother thanks to a GoFundMe campaign and an inventor in Anglesey.According to media reports, Jacob Scrimshaw became the first boy in the UK to receive a prosthetic arm above the elbow, enabling him to engage in all sorts of tasks including hugging his brother.
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Turkey Reveals Its First-Ever Electric Car

Today, Turkey revealed sedan and SUV versions of its first electric car, TOGG, in Gebze.By Nursah ErgüDecember 27, 2019Turkey has revealed their new electric vehicle today. The unveiling took place in Gebze, and there was a surprise for the participants; they saw one of the four & 34;Devrim& 34; cars produced in 1961, which were the first cars manufactured by Turkey.
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Rolls-Royce Aims to Break the Speed Record with Its New Electric Plane

Rolls-Royce unveiled its new electric plane ACCEL and aims to break the speed record with it.By Nursah ErgüDecember 23, 2019Rolls-Royce is one of the industry-leading companies in the automotive industry. And now it& 39;s after something bigger; the ACCEL (Accelerating the Electrification of Flight), which is a single-passenger, zero-emission electric plane aiming the new speed record.
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Robert Downey Jr.'s Series on AI Is Available on YouTube Right Now

YouTube launched the much-awaited documentary series The Age of A.I. and you should be watching it right now.December 19, 2019You know things are going to hit the fan when Tony Stark comes from the dead to warn and teach you about Ultron.YouTube’s brand new documentary series The Age of A.I., produced, hosted and narrated by Robert Downey Jr.
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"Ring Of Fire" Solar Eclipse is the Gift of Cosmos for Christmas

Watch the last eclipse of 2019 this holiday season.By Nursah ErgüDecember 26, 2019What a magical time Christmas is! Space now has a gift for us; the last solar eclipse of 2019. Solar eclipse, also known as & 34;ring of fire& 34; eclipse will occur on Thursday, December 26, at 8:17 a.m. GMT+3.A & 39;Ring of Fire& 39; Solar Eclipse Occurs This Christmas!
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A Shortage of Sticks Prompts Man to Build 'Stick Library' for Dog Park

The New Zealand man went with a library concept to encourage the return of these sanded and smoothed dog sticks.December 17, 2019What& 39;s a dog without a good stick to chew on or fetch?That& 39;s exactly what a 59-year-old man asked himself when he found out there was a shortage of good sticks for his dog Bella to play with at the new dog park in Kaiapoi, New Zealand.
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Chimps Throw Stones to Trees, Communicate with the Impact Sounds

Researchers observed West African chimpanzees regularly throwing rocks at trees to produce sounds.December 19, 2019For several years a team of researchers has observed male chimpanzees in West Africa throwing rocks at trees and then running away.It& 39;s still not clear why the adult chimpanzees engage in this behavior but new research aims to shed some light on it.
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Study Suggests that 'Enigmatic Hominoid' Not a Tree Climber and Not an Upright Walker

The & 34;enigmatic hominoid,& 34; an extinct primate that lived several million years ago, has baffled scientists who have struggled to settle on the creature& 39;s means on locomotion.December 26, 2019S. Bambi/University of FlorenceAn international team of scientists have concluded that Oreopithecus bambolii, commonly known as the & 34;enigmatic hominoid,& 34; once native to Sardinia and Tuscany and whose means of locomotion have baffled scientists for decades was neither a tree climber nor did it walk upright.
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Earth's Magnetic North Pole Is Hightailing It Toward Siberia

Everyone knows that the Earth has two magnetic poles, the North and the South Pole. But what everyone doesn& 39;t know is that the North Magnetic Pole is on the move, and this movement could disrupt aviation and navigation systems and GPS systems.News of the pole& 39;s meanderings was released by The World Magnetic Model (WMM), a joint endeavor of the U.
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Exactly How Much Caffeine You Should Consume Daily

Caffeine is an inevitable part of our daily lives, but how much is not too much?By Nursah ErgüDecember 25, 2019Waking up early in the morning can be pretty difficult and trying to focus on your work without a coffee is even more difficult.When you& 39;re an adult, it& 39;s not so easy to make time for everything in your life.
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Researchers Develop System to Train AIs Using Mega Man II

Researchers are using the classic Nintendo game as an AI training system that they call EvoMan.December 29, 2019Video games have long been a training ground for AI, so its not much of a surprise that researchers are using the classic Nintendo game Mega Man II to develop AI agents.Researchers are teaching their AI to play Mega Man IIVideo games have been used as a way to train AI algorithms as long as there have been AI algorithms since they provide a dynamic environment that researchers can use to test the efficacy of the systems that they are building.
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