Science & Technology

Google hides ‘Clinton body count’ from search engine

Hillary Clinton body count google search engine

Google has altered its search algorithm to prevent searches for “Clinton body count” from auto-completing, despite the term auto-completing when typed in on virtually any other search engine. The ‘Clinton body count’ is an infamous list of alleged murders connected to the Clintons. When a web user searches for “clinton …

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Israel: the tech start-up capital of the world

Israel Start-ups

By Filip Karinja With a population of eight million people, Israel has made a name for itself as the Silicon Valley for tech start-ups. An innovator in the tech field, Israel has over 6000 start-ups in operation and attracts more venture capital per person that any other country in the …

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Elon Musk reveals his latest master plan

Elon Musk master plan Tesla

Written by Elon Musk The first master plan that I wrote 10 years ago is now in the final stages of completion. It wasn’t all that complicated and basically consisted of: Create a low volume car, which would necessarily be expensive Use that money to develop a medium volume car at a …

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Cloud seeding took place day before fatal flooding in Tasmania

Cloud seeding Tasmania floods

Tasmania’s government-owned energy company has been asked to explain why it conducted cloud seeding over the Derwent River catchment the day before flooding began this week. The catchment flooded on Monday near Ouse in southern Tasmania, where the search continues for a missing farmer. In the state’s north, one person was …

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Boost for biotech as big pharma faces patent cliff

By Filip Karinja The Big Pharma industry is set for a major shakeup as many blockbuster drugs begin to come off patent. Some high revenue generating drugs will soon no longer be covered by their protective patents, meaning cheaper generic drugs can flood the market. AstraZeneca’s blockbuster cholesterol drug Crestor was one of the …

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Scientist claims to have discovered magnetic ‘sixth sense’ in humans

Scientist 6th sense humans

A US scientist believes he has discovered clear evidence of a lost human ‘sixth sense’ – one similar to that which enables animals to navigate the globe by detecting magnetic fields. For years, planetary scientist Joseph Kirschvink has been trying to find a definitive answer to a hotly debated theory that suggests …

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Study: Strong association between social media use and depression

Social media study depression mobile phone

This is the kind of stuff the government spends big money to study — how depressed social media makes young people. Regardless, the National Institutes of Mental Health did find some interesting results in a recently completed study on the effects of social media on depression. As we’ve all witnessed, you can’t …

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5 major earthquakes in 48 hours, experts warn mega quakes coming

Earthquakes

Over the past 48 hours, there have been five major earthquakes globally, and one prominent seismologist has declared that “catastrophic mega earthquakes” could be on the way. In fact, seismologist Roger Bilham of the University of Colorado has made headlines all over the world by warning that “current conditions might …

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