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These 17 New Sea Slugs Show Life Really is Better Under the Sea

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Seven of Every Eight Tonsillectomies Likely Unnecessary

Hits: 2 (Credit: tommaso lizzul/Shutterstock) Have you had your tonsils out? If you’re a millennial, the answer is probably no. Tonsillectomies, once all the rage in the mid-to-late 20th century, have fallen off sharply in recent decades. They may not have fallen off far enough, though. A new study suggests that …

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Mining Cryptocurrency Uses More Energy Than Actual Mining For Metals

Hits: 1 A bitcoin mining operation near Moscow, Russia. (Nikiforaw77/shutterstock) Mining cryptocurrency uses more energy than conventional mining of copper or platinum and at least as much as mining gold finds new research published today in the journal Nature Sustainability. The digital currencies aren’t helping climate change either, as they …

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ENEM COMUNISTA!!! Por Nathalí Macedo

Hits: 1 Nathalí Macedo fala sobre o Enem (Exame Nacional do Ensino Marxista), como é chamado pelos bolsominions, que ficaram indignados com os temas das questões. O exame, que foi realizado no último domingo (4) em todo o Brasil, trouxe questões que falavam sobre democracia, feminismo, preconceito e até dialetos …

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síndrome do “idiota confiante” explica ascensão de Trump e Bolsonaro

Hits: 1 Donald Trump e Jair Bolsonaro. Foto: Wikimedia Commons Na Gazeta do Povo, o jornalista Sandro Moser fala do “efeito Dunning-Kruger” ou a síndrome do “idiota confiante”. Trata-se do distúrbio cognitivo dos indivíduos que ignoram o limite da própria ignorância. O conceito foi criado em 1999 em um artigo publicado por dois …

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The Atlantic Daily: November 5, 2018

Hits: 1 — Shan Wang Snapshot What is the definition of “middle class” in America today? Is it best judged by household income, which can go further in Missoula, Montana, than in, say, Brooklyn, New York? “Today there can be no pretending that middle-class status is anchored by a …

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How Right-Wing Social Media Site Gab Got Back Online

Hits: 1 After it was revealed that the suspect in the shootings at a Pittsburgh synagogue had threatened on the social media network Gab to kill Jews, multiple technology providers dropped Gab, including domain registrar GoDaddy, web hosting provider Joyent, and payment processors PayPal and Stripe. The moves knocked Gab …

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Fátima Bernardes comemora um ano de namoro e pensa em morar junto

Hits: 2 Fátima Bernardes e Túlio Gadelha. Reprodução/Instagram Do R7 Depois de William Bonner, parece que agora é a vez de Fátima Bernardes juntar os ‘trapinhos’ com seu novo amor, Túlio Gadelha. Comemorando um ano de namoro, Fátima e Túlio estão planejando morar juntos no próximo ano. Eles celebraram nas redes …

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The Walking Dead’s Rick Grimes Gets a New Movie Series

Hits: 39 Trailers. Casting announcements. Development snarls. Box-office battles. Now that the entertainment world has a news churn to rival cable news, it’s impossible to keep tabs on everything. May we introduce, then, The Monitor, Wired’s new twice-weekly round-up of what you might have missed in the hyper-drive-fast world of …

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