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Whoaverse.net now points to 20-things.com

I used to own the whoaverse domain but I let it expire.

Like to post, old school?
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I really enjoy mail that isn't bills or advertisements! I like sending fun mail to people trying to make a difference in their life.

Ending the Tipped Minimum Wage Will Reduce Poverty and Inequality
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Tipped industries in one fair wage states have higher growth, less inequality, and lower poverty for all workers.

Where are all the containers? The global shortage explained
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Freight shipping is in the midst of a unique and unusual predicament. An unforeseen cascade of events caused by the pandemic has us facing a worldwide container shortage crisis.

ISS Ditches 2.9-Ton Pallet of Batteries, Creating Its Most Massive Piece of Space Trash
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Weighing 2.9 tons and traveling 4.8 miles per second, this heap of old batteries is now the heaviest single piece of garbage to be jettisoned from the International Space Station.

Covid vaccine passports are being considered. And health experts and rights groups are deeply concerned
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The U.S., U.K. and EU are considering whether to introduce a digital passport that will allow citizens to show they have been vaccinated against Covid-19.

Canada’s Housing Bubble Is Getting Way Worse, And Young People Are Screwed
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Experts warn that overall wealth inequality is only going to worsen without real interventions to cool housing prices.

ISS Traffic - Supercluster
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The recently-launched Protein-Based Artificial Retina Manufacturing experiment will use the Station to test if microgravity optimizes production of artificial retinas that could help improve peoples’ eyesight back on Earth.

Raising the Dead
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At the bottom of the biggest underwater cave in the world, diving deeper than almost anyone had ever gone, Dave Shaw found the body of a young man who had disappeared ten years earlier. What happened after Shaw promised to go back is nearly unbelievable—unless you believe in ghosts.

Read this before you buy a Soviet camera
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Considering buying a Soviet camera? Read Kosmo Foto's in-depth guide to finding and using cameras from the former USSR.

What working in an Antarctic station taught this researcher about coping with isolation
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Based in Antarctica’s Concordia research station, Dr. Nick Smith shares his experience as one of the “most isolated humans on earth, in one of the harshest environments.”

The name’s Ford, Alan Ford: how an Italian comic book spy became a Yugoslav hero
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The series only became a runaway success in the former Yugoslavia. What was the secret behind its dedicated cult following?

The Top 1% of Americans Have Taken $50 Trillion From the Bottom 90%—And That's Made the U.S. Less Secure
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A report shows that a $50 trillion redistribution of income to benefit the richest has made America less healthy, resilient, and secure

A 25-Year-Old Bet Comes Due: Has Tech Destroyed Society?
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In 1995, a WIRED cofounder challenged a Luddite-loving doomsayer to a prescient wager on tech and civilization’s fate. Now their judge weighs in.

If you used Sarahah, your data's gone
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Anonymous Messaging App Privacy Concerns(Sarahah)Maybe I'll do more videos like this, but on different apps. I originally planned to expose Askip but alas, i...