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A.I. is Inspired by Our Sense of Smell

The artificial intelligence systems available today are works of wonder. Inspired by our brain and helped by training data and clear limits, they are able to reach feats like winning…

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Galileo tried to fool the Catholic Church, according to 405-year-old letters

Galileo was one of the most influential astronomers and mathematicians in history and new evidence surfaced and it reveals how he tried to make his work accepted in the midst…

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CBD Suppositories: Should You Use Them for Your Period Pains?

It seems that lately many females are looking for the help of pot companies for the period cramps: they’re selling cannabidiol vaginal suppositories, and they’re a great solution. CBD suppository: what…

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UBC just Installed a 13 Meter-long Sea Monster Skeleton Cast

A long-necked elasmosaurus was installed at the University of British Columbia, above the Pacific Museum of the Earth to be exact. Scientists said that it was a marine reptile that…

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Renewable Energy: Can We Solve the Problem with Batteries?

Lithium is an imperative segment in all cutting-edge battery-powered batteries. The issue is that its world’s supply is restricted, it’s quite costly, and it negatively affects nature. Sodium, then again,…

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