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Pacificers will be able to survive the fall of the asteroid and the explosion of the supernova

Pacificers will be able to survive the fall of the asteroid and the explosion of the supernova Scientists often think about whether people will survive some terrible catastrophe. Well, for example, what will become of us if a giant asteroid from space crashes to Earth? Or will the sun go out? Chances in people are […]

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Acid attacks: How worryingly easy it is to buy corrosive fluids online

The petition calling for corrosive substances to only be sold to people with a license

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Are there parallel universes? Ten facts for|justechi

Even before the appearance of Everett and his idea of multiple universes, physicists were at an impasse. They had to use one set of rules for a subatomic world that is subject to quantum mechanics, and another set of rules for a large-scale everyday world that we can see and touch. The complexity of the […]

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There is no hacker called ‘Jayden K. Smith’ –justechi

As a public service I’m putting up this post so when your parents message you with a warning about a hacker named “Jayden K. Smith” who “has the system connected to your Facebook account” you can easily retort with a well-argued piece of journalism. The Jayden K. Smith message is a hoax. No hacker “has […]

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Facebook tests a GIF maker on iOS – justechi

Facebook confirmed it has begun testing a new GIF maker in the camera feature of the main Facebook mobile application. The feature, which is available with the tap of a button at the top of the screen, lets you shoot footage that you can then save in GIF format to your device’s photo gallery, post […]

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This smartphone will protect your eyes from harmful effects – justechi

In our mad times it is very difficult to maintain good eyesight and protect our eyes from irritation, drying and painful sensations. Still – if our day begins and ends with the compulsory study of social networks before going to bed or after awakening. Many smartphone manufacturers are working to minimize the impact of blue […]

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Snapchat’s Foursquare and Factual partnerships double geofilter usage – Justechi

Borrowed location databases are paying off big time for Snapchat. They allow users to turn any nearby landmark or business into a stylized geofilter that they can overlay on their photos and videos. Before Snapchat partnered with location data providers Foursquare and Factual, only a few popular neighborhoods, cities, and places had their own geofilters. […]

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Encephalophone: you just have not seen such a musical instrument! – justechi

In order to create a melody, there are several “proven” means: you can play it on any musical instrument manually, perform a cappella or generate on a computer. But there is another way that scientists from the University of Washington offer. They created an encephalophone – a musical instrument, for which only the power of […]

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Facebook’s new “Explore Feed” makes its way to the app’s main navigation – jutechi

Earlier this year, Facebook was spotted testing a new type of News Feed – one that designed to help you discover content across the social network, beyond posts from friends and Pages you already follow. During tests, the feed was available through the Facebook app underneath a “rocket ship” icon – something that seemed to […]

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U.S. President Donald Trump waves as he walks on the South Lawn towards the White House after arriving on Marine One in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Sunday, March 19, 2017. Trump alleged in a March 4 tweet that former President Barack Obama had Trump Tower wiretapped, a claim denied by Obama administration officials. Photographer: Pete Marovich/Bloomberg via Getty Images

A group of Twitter users is suing Trump for blocking them –Justechi

In a lawsuit filed today, a small cluster of Twitter users is suing the president for blocking them on the platform. The case, brought forward by the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University, argues that by blocking the users the Trump administration is in fact suppressing speech and that the act “imposes a viewpoint-based […]

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