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www.businessinsider.com I take dozens of flights a year as an airline reporter. I always go for the aisle seat — even if it costs extra money

Now that I'm only a year away from 30 with a little more fun money and desire for comfort, I've gotten picky about where I sit on airplanes.

I take dozens of flights a year as an airline reporter. I always go for the aisle seat — even if it costs extra money
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invidious.privacydev.net Popeye - re:Visit

It's the moment you've all been waiting for! No we're not talking about some Star Wars thing or that other new thing with the guy from that show in it! It's Rich and Jay talking about the live action Popeye movie starring Robin Williams. For some reason. Toot toot.

Popeye - re:Visit
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NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN Stars Charts

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slate.com Star Wars Has Lost Something Critical

The Acolyte is yet another example of how flat the franchise has become.

Star Wars Has Lost Something Critical
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www.cnet.com How to Survive a Heatwave at Home: 10 Tips to Cool Down

Heatwaves can kill -- and temperature spikes cause many home problems. Our experts assemble the best ways to keep your home cool and safe.

How to Survive a Heatwave at Home: 10 Tips to Cool Down
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gizmodo.com Scientists Propose New Way to Find Aliens: Detect Their Failing Warp Drives

If an extraterrestrial warp drive collapses, we might be able to sense the resulting gravitational waves from Earth.

Scientists Propose New Way to Find Aliens: Detect Their Failing Warp Drives
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theconversation.com What the 3.2 million-year-old Lucy fossil reveals about nudity and shame

The way Lucy has been depicted in newspapers, textbooks and museums shows how today’s cultural norms influence perceptions of the past.

What the 3.2 million-year-old Lucy fossil reveals about nudity and shame
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theconversation.com Rocks on Rapa Nui tell the story of a small, resilient population − countering the notion of a doomed overpopulated island

Satellite data shows the amount of food the residents of the tiny Pacific island have grown over time, pointing to a small but stable population.

Rocks on Rapa Nui tell the story of a small, resilient population − countering the notion of a doomed overpopulated island
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4 Reasons You Should Ignore the Nvidia Stock Sell Off

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www.nature.com Sensory secrets of penis and clitoris unlocked after more than 150 years

Low-frequency vibrations arouse genital nerve cells in mice — a finding that might lead to treatments for erectile dysfunction and more.

Sensory secrets of penis and clitoris unlocked after more than 150 years
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www.discoverwildlife.com Chimpanzees seen eating medicinal plants to help cure diarrhoea and infections

Chimps have a basic awareness of the healing properties of plants, according to a new study.

Chimpanzees seen eating medicinal plants to help cure diarrhoea and infections
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english.elpais.com The Earth’s core is slowing down

The study of more than 100 earthquakes confirms that the sphere, roughly the size of the Moon, is reversing relative to the planet’s surface

The Earth’s core is slowing down
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yt.artemislena.eu How Sand Built the Great Pyramid

The ‘Queen’s Chamber’ in the Great Pyramid of Giza is conspicuously unique in its design, location, and finish. In the passage leading to the chamber, drilling was conducted in 1986 which found anomalous quartz sand behind the stones. Despite the well-graded quartz sand being transported from a gre...

How Sand Built the Great Pyramid
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science.nasa.gov NASA Releases Hubble Image Taken in New Pointing Mode - NASA Science

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has taken its first new images since changing to an alternate operating mode that uses one gyro. The spacecraft returned to science operations June 14 after being offline for several weeks due to an issue with one of its gyroscopes (gyros), which help control and orient...

NASA Releases Hubble Image Taken in New Pointing Mode - NASA Science
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www.businessinsider.com How to live happily past 100, according to 7 of the world's oldest people

Centenarians shared six key things that they say helped them live to 100 and beyond.

How to live happily past 100, according to 7 of the world's oldest people
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www.askmen.com Shoulder Workout

Everything You Need to Know to Build Stronger, More Resilient Shoulders

Shoulder Workout
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An Oncologist Just Revealed the Most Common Last Words of the Dying--and What They Say About How to Live Without Regrets

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  • I post around 5-10 link per day to feed the fediverse, Some of them come from reddit. Actually , despite all the good intention the fediverse is a dead place compared to reddit. But dont worry, when I read something worthwhile here, I dont post it on reddit, I have no account there.

  • What is YOUR top 10 list of all time best video games?
    • Nethack : old school roguelike

    • Tale of Maj Eyal : removing of tediousness in old school roguelike

    • Baldur Gate 2 : D&D implementation

    • Civilization 2 : just one more turn

    • Fallout 2 : narrative based on character build

    • XCom : tactical combat with base building

    • Jagged alliance: tactical combat with squad building

    • Knight of Legend : best original turnbased combat system never done again

    • Slay the Spire: For deck building

    • Quake: playing with friend

  • Edit reading: Why Ben will win
  • No. With the amount of spoilers , it would be foolish to bet on Survivor. Plus by hearing Rob As a Podcast, about Rob Cesternino prevision for the season finale, I realized that Rob was right, and Kenzy would probably win.. so I edited

  • Creepy Study Suggests AI Is The Reason We've Never Found Aliens
  • the Fermi Paradox then become, where are the Reapers, or why arent we Reaped yet? I guess the article is more on the idée that AI will lead to total destruction, basically through AI controlled weapon.. before any Reaper like AI is available.

  • Creepy Study Suggests AI Is The Reason We've Never Found Aliens
  • the Fermi paradox state that given the billion year available, any civilisation should already have conquered all the galaxy by now. Including Iowa. Even with sub light speed, and given the immensity of space, it would take a few hundred thousand year to reach a new planet and from there relaunch to another.. etc

  • Creepy Study Suggests AI Is The Reason We've Never Found Aliens
  • I suppose the" great filter" is called so, because it does not only happen 99.9% of the time but 100%. But indead, it is hard to think of anything so certain that will always wipe every civisilasion , all the time.