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Two US professors Spend 73 days in Underwater

Two US professors Spend 73 days in Underwater

Two US professors Spend 73 days in Underwater MIAMI: Two US professors will spend 73 days in an underwater laboratory near the Florida Keys, where they’ll teach courses via Internet and try to break the record of the longest-ever undersea stay. Bruce Cantrell and Jessica Fain, of Roane State Community College in the southeastern US state of Tennessee, took the …

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Google and Microsoft join Apple introduce kill switches in Smartphone

Google and Microsoft join Apple introduce kill switches in Smartphone

Google and Microsoft join Apple introduce kill switches in Smartphone WASHINGTON: Google and Microsoft plan to join Apple in introducing theft-deterring “kill switches” in their smartphone operating systems, as part of an agreement with mayors and police agencies. The announcement came in a report by the “Secure Our Smartphones Initiative” led by the New York state attorney general with officials …

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6,200 years old scientists found parasite egg

6,200 years old scientists found parasite egg

6,200 years old scientists found parasite egg ISLAMABAD: In a skeleton more than 6,200 years old scientists have found the earliest known evidence of infection with a parasitic worm that now afflicts more than 200 million people worldwide. Archaeologists discovered a parasite egg near the pelvis of a child skeleton in northern Syria and say it dates back to a …

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Dinosaurs weren´t cold-blooded, Depending on whether animals regulate their body temperature

Dinosaurs weren´t cold-blooded, Depending on whether animals regulate their body temperature

Dinosaurs weren´t cold-blooded, Depending on whether animals regulate their body temperature WASHINGTON: Dinosaurs weren´t cold-blooded — like modern-day reptiles — nor were they warm-blooded — like mammals and birds, according to a study out Friday aiming to answer a question that has intrigued paleontologists for decades. Instead, the prehistoric creatures´ metabolic rates were somewhere in between, said the report published …

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Thousands People dressed in white dined under the night sky in Paris Bridges

Thousands People dressed in white dined under the night sky in Paris Bridges

Thousands People dressed in white dined under the night sky in Paris Bridges PARIS: Thousands of people dressed all in white dined under the night sky on bridges around Paris on Thursday evening in an unusually chic take on the flash mob. Organisers said around 12,000 smartly-dressed diners participated in the 26th “Dinner in White”, which raises money for cancer …

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Rolling Spider, Jumping Sumo mini-drones sale in US market

Rolling Spider, Jumping Sumo mini-drones sale in US market

Rolling Spider, Jumping Sumo mini-drones sale in US market NEW YORK: It may be a while before drones start patrolling American skies or delivering packages, but kids and adults will be able to command their own personal flying devices very soon. The French electronics firm Parrot on Tuesday unveiled its “Rolling Spider” and “Jumping Sumo” mini-drones to go on sale …

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Spain police said found five snakes, two lizards

Spain police said found five snakes, two lizards

Spain police said found five snakes, two lizards MADRID: Spanish police said Tuesday they found five snakes, two lizards and thousands of insects alive and hidden inside two suitcases that arrived on the holiday island of Gran Canaria on a flight from Madrid. A man who had checked in the luggage in the Spanish capital was detained for questioning at …

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Research linking New Zealand´s diminutive kiwi

Research linking New Zealand´s diminutive kiwi

Research linking New Zealand´s diminutive kiwi WELLINGTON: Research linking New Zealand´s diminutive kiwi with a giant extinct bird from Africa is prompting scientists to rethink how flightless birds evolved. A report published Friday in the journal Science says DNA testing indicates the chicken-size kiwi´s closest relative is the elephant bird from Madagascar, which grew up to 3 meters (10 feet) …

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Chinese men Catching a young child

Chinese men Catching a young child

Chinese men Catching a young child BEIJING: Dramatic images of two Chinese men catching a young child after he fell from a second storey window were released on Friday by Chinese state media. A man walking past a building during a thunderstorm in the southern province of Guangdong spotted a baby who had climbed dangerously onto the window sill, provincial …

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Argentina Fossils Largest Dinosaur Ever

Argentina Fossils Largest Dinosaur Ever

Argentina Fossils Largest Dinosaur Ever BUENOS AIRES: Paleontologists in Argentina’s remote Patagonia region have discovered fossils of what may be the largest dinosaur ever, amid a vast cache of fossils that could shed light on prehistoric life. The creature is believed to be a new species of Titanosaur, a long-necked, long-tailed sauropod that walked on four legs and lived some …

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