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James Brown ~ Papa's Got A Brand New Bag (1965)
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Here we have "James Brown" who many people considered as The Godfather of Soul music, with this great song which was released in 1965.

The Dead Internet Theory 2
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// Check Out These Links //The Dead Internet TheoryLink - https://bit.ly/3tCvTlGGoogle Is A Potemkin VillageLink - https://bit.ly/3AM5e8NInternet Archive & W...

China’s new space reactor ‘will be 100 times more powerful than Nasa’s’
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Prototype design for a powerful nuclear reactor for the country’s space programme has been completed and some components have been built, according to researchers.

Ping. Ding. Chirp. Notifications Are Driving Us Crazy.
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With workplace tools multiplying and personal messages creeping in, it can be hard to get anything done.

Heavily mutated coronavirus variant puts scientists on alert
nature.com/articles/d41586-021-0355… 
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Researchers are racing to determine whether a fast-spreading variant in South Africa poses a threat to COVID vaccines’ effectiveness.

Overloaded: is there simply too much culture?
theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2021/n… 
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With so much film, TV, music, books, streaming, games and podcasts easily available and vying for our attention, how can we absorb it all? And should we even try, asks Anne Helen Petersen

Back when it was normal to advertise cocaine gadgets in magazines, 1970-1980 - Rare Historical Photos
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These vintage ads for cocaine and cocaine paraphernalia show how crazy and disturbing the 1970s were. Cocaine accessories ads on magazines!

A 28 year old med student is auctioning off her virginity online...
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Wait what? FDA wants 55 years to process FOIA request over vaccine data
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Freedom of Information Act requests are rarely speedy, but when a group of scientists asked the federal government to share the data it relied upon in licensing Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, the response went beyond typical bureaucratic foot-dragging.

The World’s Deadliest Thing — Anthony Warner
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It is deadly, invisible and shapes much of the food we eat. A teaspoon of it could kill millions of people, and it is probably the most expensive material on earth. Yet you probably have some stuck to the bottom of you shoe.

How gang warfare took over Sweden’s streets | The Spectator
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Nils Grönberg was 19 years old when he was shot and killed: one bullet to his chest and one to his face. Images of his lifeless body lying on the ground in one of Stockholm’s more affluent neighbourhoods – the hyper-modern Hammarby Waterfront Residential Area – soon spread on social media. Many Swe...

No Man Is an Island
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Artists Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz and Sheldon Scott keep alive the memory of the African diaspora in communities of color in the American South.

These Mighty Shorebirds Keep Breaking Flight Records—And You Can Follow Along
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Bar-tailed Godwits regularly travel more than 7,000 miles non-stop. One enthusiast is spreading the word of their amazing migrations, with the help of a research project tracking 20 tagged birds in real-time.

Fatty acid found in palm oil linked to spread of cancer
theguardian.com/society/2021/nov/10… 
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Study on mice found palmitic acid promoted metastasis in mouth and skin cancers

Will Self-Driving Cars Be Able to Handle... Bears?
forbes.com/sites/lanceeliot/2021/11… 
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News reports about a bear that broke into a parked car for food is something useful to consider when discussing the future of AI self-driving cars. Here's why.

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