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tribalfootball.com
Juventus matchwinner Simone Zaza: We can't be stopped!Zaza grabbed a late winner for the 1-0 triumph. “We took on the Serie A leader
Juventus matchwinner Simone Zaza: We can't be stopped!
tribalfootball.com / Posted an hour ago
Zaza grabbed a late winner for the 1-0 triumph. “We took on the Serie A leaders, now we are top of the table," Zaza told Mediaset Premium and Sky Sport Italia. “We have confidence for the Scudetto. It was a difficult match against a very strong... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
DormanatedChad Singleton did the same thing Saturday morning that he did when taking the
Dormanated
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted an hour ago
Chad Singleton did the same thing Saturday morning that he did when taking the job as Dorman's wrestling coach a few years ago. He walked into the school arena, sat down and looked at the championship banners hanging from the rafters. What bothered... Read more
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News.com.au
Bowie had ‘threesome’ with JaggerSingers David Bowie (R) and Mick Jagger (L) at POP in Soho, London on December
Bowie had ‘threesome’ with Jagger
News.com.au / Posted 5 hours ago
Singers David Bowie (R) and Mick Jagger (L) at POP in Soho, London on December 2, 1999. Picture: Getty DAVID Bowie’s former bodyguard has told how the legend enjoyed a threesome in a walk-in closet with Mick Jagger and a female singer. Stuart... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Child Care of Berkshires signs 25-year lease of former North Adams schoolNORTH ADAMS >> The City Council has unanimously approved a 25-year lease
Child Care of Berkshires signs 25-year lease of former North Adams school
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 5 hours ago
NORTH ADAMS >> The City Council has unanimously approved a 25-year lease with Child Care of the Berkshires at its headquarters in the city-owned former Sarah T. Haskins School on State Road. The nonprofit, whose programs service hundreds of... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Room In The Sanctuary{Originally posted to Rabbi Weinberg’s website, The Foundation Stone} Although
Room In The Sanctuary
The Jewish Press / Posted 9 hours ago
{Originally posted to Rabbi Weinberg’s website, The Foundation Stone} Although no longer shocking to read about people such as Solomon who “lost his faith on the D train (“The Double Life of Hasidic Atheists “), it is still heartbreaking. How can a... Read more
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CNET
Photographers and audiophiles, two of a kind?I first became aware of the photographer/audiophile connection when I was a hig
Photographers and audiophiles, two of a kind?
CNET / Posted 10 hours ago
I first became aware of the photographer/audiophile connection when I was a high-end audio salesman in the 1980s. I couldn't help but notice a significant percentage of my customers were professional photographers. At first I had no idea why, but... Read more
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CBS Sports
Terrell Owens has unlikely Hall of Fame advocate in Donovan McNabbDespite Hall of Fame numbers, Terrell Owens won't be headed to Canton in 2016 a
Terrell Owens has unlikely Hall of Fame advocate in Donovan McNabb
CBS Sports / Posted 11 hours ago
Despite Hall of Fame numbers, Terrell Owens won't be headed to Canton in 2016 and there appears to be one very simple reason: He was a terrible teammate. Hall of Fame voter Gary Myers of the New York Daily Newsput it in simple terms this week: "The... Read more
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iol.co.za
Rhino fitted with first-of-its-kind leg castJohannesburg - From the air Dr Johan Marais could clearly see Shannon the rhino
Rhino fitted with first-of-its-kind leg cast
iol.co.za / Posted 12 hours ago
Johannesburg - From the air Dr Johan Marais could clearly see Shannon the rhino was in a bad way. It was how her leg was bent - the poacher’s bullet had shattered it. It was one of the worst injuries the wildlife vet had seen. “I knew we had a major... Read more
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The Columbian
Cheers & JeersCheers: To Washington’s role in groundbreaking scientific discovery. This week,
Cheers & Jeers
The Columbian / Posted 13 hours ago
Cheers: To Washington’s role in groundbreaking scientific discovery. This week, scientists at the California Institute of Technology announced that they have detected gravitational waves — remnants of a collision between two black holes 1.3 billion... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
One for the seniorsSenior Kurt Zuiker had a four-point night and the Hodags held off a late push f
One for the seniors
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 13 hours ago
Senior Kurt Zuiker had a four-point night and the Hodags held off a late push from Tomahawk to down the Hatchets 4-3 in the regular season finale at the Rhinelander Ice Arena. "It was fun," RHS boys' hockey coach M.J. Laggis said afterward. "I've... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Culture, music combine to connect religionsLike all veteran journalists who cover global religion news, Robert Moynihan of
Culture, music combine to connect religions
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 18 hours ago
Like all veteran journalists who cover global religion news, Robert Moynihan of Inside the Vatican is accustomed to getting interesting emails from sources in interesting places. Normally, Moynihan asks the questions. But that wasn't the case in... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Chico State Cupids crushing on campusOn Valentine's Day, it's important to show that special someone you care. But i
Chico State Cupids crushing on campus
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 19 hours ago
On Valentine's Day, it's important to show that special someone you care. But in strange fashion in Chico, some cupids are out sharing the love with everyone they see. If you looked closely Friday on the scenic California State University, Chico... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Paiotti clutch in OT for Indian HillsWAYNE — The puck floated above the crease. It was all happening too slow for Ma
Paiotti clutch in OT for Indian Hills
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 20 hours ago
WAYNE — The puck floated above the crease. It was all happening too slow for Matt Paiotti. "Almost like it was in slow motion," the Indian Hills junior said with a smile. Paiotti scored off a rebound 22 seconds into overtime to give the Braves an... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
High School Basketball: Fenwick Falcons And Carroll PatriotsHeading into its Greater Catholic League Coed North Division finale Friday nigh
High School Basketball: Fenwick Falcons And Carroll Patriots
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 21 hours ago
Heading into its Greater Catholic League Coed North Division finale Friday night, Carroll High School boys basketball coach Tim Cogan saw a share of the title as icing on the cake. After all, the Patriots did not control their own destiny heading... Read more
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The Massachusetts Daily Collegian
Three-goal second period sinks UMass hockey in defeat against Northeastern (Shannon Broderick/Daily Collegian) Ninety-seven days. That’s how long it’s
Three-goal second period sinks UMass hockey in defeat against Northeastern
The Massachusetts Daily Collegian / Posted 21 hours ago
(Shannon Broderick/Daily Collegian) Ninety-seven days. That’s how long it’s been since the Massachusetts hockey team recorded a win in conference play, with its latest... Read more
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Spalding Today
Donington man Arthur’s given his blood 100 times – why don’t you give too?What started as a dare nearly 50 years ago has become a lifelong practice for D
Donington man Arthur’s given his blood 100 times – why don’t you give too?
Spalding Today / Posted 21 hours ago
What started as a dare nearly 50 years ago has become a lifelong practice for Donington man Arthur Baldwin. And the 64-year-old, who works in the agricultural industry, last week made his 100th donation. “Back in 1968 I was at agricultural college... Read more
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Deseret News
5A state swimming: Sky View girls surprise everyone to take title along with Viewmont boysPROVO — While one set of coaches (in street clothes) jumped into the water will
5A state swimming: Sky View girls surprise everyone to take title along with Viewmont boys
Deseret News / Posted 21 hours ago
PROVO — While one set of coaches (in street clothes) jumped into the water willingly, another coach was pushed in. Either way, the feeling was of pure joy as they and their teams celebrated their state championships together in the water. Friday,... Read more
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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
The good old days when winter brought snow and iceEven though winter is considered the cruelest of seasons, I've always viewed it
The good old days when winter brought snow and ice
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 22 hours ago
Even though winter is considered the cruelest of seasons, I've always viewed it in terms of the soft, fluffy, powdery snow. I believe it is truly the softest of seasons, despite the cold night air, the boom and crack of lake ice setting up and the... Read more
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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Learn-to-curl session set for Valentine’s Day"This is the second time that we are having an opportunity to open up curling t
Learn-to-curl session set for Valentine’s Day
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 22 hours ago
"This is the second time that we are having an opportunity to open up curling to the public the second week of Winter Carnival," club President Amber McKernan said. "We did it last year. It was really successful, and we decided we would do it... Read more
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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
The good old days when winter brought snow and iceFor as long as I can recall, the winter season has always been my favorite time
The good old days when winter brought snow and ice
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 22 hours ago
For as long as I can recall, the winter season has always been my favorite time of the year. I suppose as a youngster it may have had something to do with the excitement of the looming Christmas season, with the prospect of gifts and the arrival of... Read more
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The Advocate
Jevovah-Jireh clinches share of 8-C championship with win over Family ChristianWhile it would have been suitable for Jehovah-Jireh to celebrate its share of t
Jevovah-Jireh clinches share of 8-C championship with win over Family Christian
The Advocate / Posted 23 hours ago
While it would have been suitable for Jehovah-Jireh to celebrate its share of the District 8-C championship, coach Dirk Ricks had his eye on a bigger prize and with that in mind, a certain disdain after his team’s performance. “We didn’t complete... Read more
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The Oakland Press
Southfield survives vs. Seaholm, clinches at least a share of OAA Blue titleSOUTHFIELD >> You can draw them up in the dirt, like you would on the playgroun
Southfield survives vs. Seaholm, clinches at least a share of OAA Blue title
The Oakland Press / Posted yesterday
SOUTHFIELD >> You can draw them up in the dirt, like you would on the playground, or on the dry-erase board — it all comes down to executing. The Southfield Bluejays executed their last-second play in Friday’s showdown with Birmingham Seaholm, then... Read more
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The News & Observer
Cup champs’ names still resonate, 10 years laterDeCock: | News & Observer February 12, 2016 8:17 PM DeCock: For 2006 Stanl
Cup champs’ names still resonate, 10 years later
The News & Observer / Posted yesterday
DeCock: | News & Observer February 12, 2016 8:17 PM DeCock: For 2006 Stanley Cup winners, bonds with each other and with fans remain strong Ray... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Can scares at BC be the kick in the pants UNC basketball needs? |Roy Williams is helped off the floor at Boston College by trainer Doug Halverso
Can scares at BC be the kick in the pants UNC basketball needs? |
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted yesterday
Roy Williams is helped off the floor at Boston College by trainer Doug Halverson (left) and a security guard after his bout with vertigo Tuesday CHAPEL HILL —The way Roy Williams’ North Carolina basketball team has been playing lately, especially... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Barefoot Bandits: the new 'toon in townThe makers of a new local kidult animated show hitting primetime tomorrow talk
Barefoot Bandits: the new 'toon in town
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
The makers of a new local kidult animated show hitting primetime tomorrow talk to Lydia Jenkin Alex Leighton, Tim Evans and Ryan Cooper of Mukpuddy. Walk up the stairs to the first floor of an unassuming building in Grafton, and you suddenly find... Read more
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News Mail
A taste of Tasmania in just one weekTHE Great 'Round Tasmania Challenge isn't a new reality TV show to give The Ama
A taste of Tasmania in just one week
News Mail / Posted yesterday
THE Great 'Round Tasmania Challenge isn't a new reality TV show to give The Amazing Race a run for its money. Rather, it became my personal quest to see how far an average, time-poor couple could drive around the Apple Isle in just under a week,... Read more
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Daily Examiner
A taste of Tasmania in just one weekTHE Great 'Round Tasmania Challenge isn't a new reality TV show to give The Ama
A taste of Tasmania in just one week
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
THE Great 'Round Tasmania Challenge isn't a new reality TV show to give The Amazing Race a run for its money. Rather, it became my personal quest to see how far an average, time-poor couple could drive around the Apple Isle in just under a week,... Read more
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Northern Star
A taste of Tasmania in just one weekTHE Great 'Round Tasmania Challenge isn't a new reality TV show to give The Ama
A taste of Tasmania in just one week
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
THE Great 'Round Tasmania Challenge isn't a new reality TV show to give The Amazing Race a run for its money. Rather, it became my personal quest to see how far an average, time-poor couple could drive around the Apple Isle in just under a week,... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
A taste of Tasmania in just one weekTHE Great 'Round Tasmania Challenge isn't a new reality TV show to give The Ama
A taste of Tasmania in just one week
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
THE Great 'Round Tasmania Challenge isn't a new reality TV show to give The Amazing Race a run for its money. Rather, it became my personal quest to see how far an average, time-poor couple could drive around the Apple Isle in just under a week,... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
A taste of Tasmania in just one weekTHE Great 'Round Tasmania Challenge isn't a new reality TV show to give The Ama
A taste of Tasmania in just one week
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
THE Great 'Round Tasmania Challenge isn't a new reality TV show to give The Amazing Race a run for its money. Rather, it became my personal quest to see how far an average, time-poor couple could drive around the Apple Isle in just under a week,... Read more
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Queensland Times
A taste of Tasmania in just one weekTHE Great 'Round Tasmania Challenge isn't a new reality TV show to give The Ama
A taste of Tasmania in just one week
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
THE Great 'Round Tasmania Challenge isn't a new reality TV show to give The Amazing Race a run for its money. Rather, it became my personal quest to see how far an average, time-poor couple could drive around the Apple Isle in just under a week,... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
A taste of Tasmania in just one weekTHE Great 'Round Tasmania Challenge isn't a new reality TV show to give The Ama
A taste of Tasmania in just one week
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
THE Great 'Round Tasmania Challenge isn't a new reality TV show to give The Amazing Race a run for its money. Rather, it became my personal quest to see how far an average, time-poor couple could drive around the Apple Isle in just under a week,... Read more
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ABC News
Leonardo DiCaprio Reflects on Filming 'Titanic' With Kate Winslet"Titanic was very much an experiment for Kate Winslet and I," said DiCaprio. "W
Leonardo DiCaprio Reflects on Filming 'Titanic' With Kate Winslet
ABC News / Posted yesterday
"Titanic was very much an experiment for Kate Winslet and I," said DiCaprio. "We’d done all of these independent movies. I loved her as an actress and she said, 'Let’s do this together, we can do this.'” "We did it, and it became something that we... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
About those gravitational waves they just discoveredFirst, what is a gravitational wave? I find it interesting that some people ar
About those gravitational waves they just discovered
ScienceBlogs / Posted yesterday
First, what is a gravitational wave? I find it interesting that some people are expressing difficulty in understanding what a gravitational wave is, as though everybody (who is not a physicist) has a perfectly good understanding of what any kind of... Read more
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NBC San Diego
The Frights: Pretty Little LiarsThe Frights? Yeah, those fools are liars. Don’t believe s--- they say. Especia
The Frights: Pretty Little Liars
NBC San Diego / Posted yesterday
The Frights? Yeah, those fools are liars. Don’t believe s--- they say. Especially when it comes to this new record of theirs, out today, Friday, Feb. 12, on Dangerbird Records. It’s all in the title: “You Are Going to Hate This.” Right. Rarely have... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Meet the Belfast siblings going viral with their parody of Frozen's 'Love is an open door'Video: Two west Belfast siblings have taken a Frozen classic, added their own
Meet the Belfast siblings going viral with their parody of Frozen's 'Love is an open door'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Video: Two west Belfast siblings have taken a Frozen classic, added their own uniquely funny twist and now have a video taking the internet by storm. Brother... Read more
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The Huffington Post
How An Aspiring Filmmaker Went From Nannying To iTunes In A Year"I’m nervous about it because it’s not conventional, but the market is being so
How An Aspiring Filmmaker Went From Nannying To iTunes In A Year
The Huffington Post / Posted yesterday
"I’m nervous about it because it’s not conventional, but the market is being so oversaturated right now with material," Emmer said of releasing the movie amid today's ever-booming onslaught of entertainment. "Because it’s cheaper to make content, I’m... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Hard courtAltogether 58 clubs representing 18 Arab countries are taking part in the third
Hard court
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted yesterday
Altogether 58 clubs representing 18 Arab countries are taking part in the third edition of the event which was held in 2012 and 2014. Almost 1,000 female athletes are competing in volleyball, basketball, athletics, fencing, archery, equestrian, table... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Einstein’s gravitational waves detected in scientific milestone | Science & TechnologyDr. Kip Thorne of Caltech makes his closing remarks during a news conference to
Einstein’s gravitational waves detected in scientific milestone | Science & Technology
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted yesterday
Dr. Kip Thorne of Caltech makes his closing remarks during a news conference to discuss the detection of gravitational waves on Feb. 11. Photo by Gary Cameron/Reuters Scientists have for the first time detected gravitational waves, ripples in space... Read more
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Gamasutra
Zachtronic's InfinifactoryAs a game designer I'm completely self-taught; I've had a few jobs in the games
Zachtronic's Infinifactory
Gamasutra / Posted yesterday
As a game designer I'm completely self-taught; I've had a few jobs in the games industry but they've all been as an engineer. I started designing games in college, continued making games in my spare time while working at Microsoft (Infiniminer and... Read more
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WFLX FOX 29
Millennials drank 160 million cases of wine in 2015Well, we did it fellow millennials. We've managed to outdrink every other age g
Millennials drank 160 million cases of wine in 2015
WFLX FOX 29 / Posted yesterday
Well, we did it fellow millennials. We've managed to outdrink every other age group. In wine, anyway. In total, millennials drank nearly 160 million cases of fermented grape goodness in 2015. The Wine Market Council tracks all sorts of wine... Read more
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Tom's Hardware
On VR: Wevr's Neville Spiteri Talks About The Company, Working With HTC And Valve, And Future ProjectsWe recently wrote about Wevr and its new Transport VR content platform. In that
On VR: Wevr's Neville Spiteri Talks About The Company, Working With HTC And Valve, And Future Projects
Tom's Hardware / Posted yesterday
We recently wrote about Wevr and its new Transport VR content platform. In that post, we talked to Wevr’s CEO Neville Spiteri about this new initiative, but there’s a lot more to the company. Wevr is one of the world’s leading VR studios, having... Read more
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New Kerala
Winslet convinced DiCaprio to do 'Titanic'Los Angeles, Feb 12 : Actor Leonardo DiCaprio, who became a household name afte
Winslet convinced DiCaprio to do 'Titanic'
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
Los Angeles, Feb 12 : Actor Leonardo DiCaprio, who became a household name after playing lover boy Jack Dawson in 1997 epic romantic disaster film "Titanic", says his co-star Kate Winslet convinced him to do the James Cameron directorial. "Titanic"... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Lee Splits With West AlabamaMaking key shots and defensive stops in the final 3.50 minutes, the Lee men's b
Lee Splits With West Alabama
The Chattanoogan / Posted yesterday
Making key shots and defensive stops in the final 3.50 minutes, the Lee men's basketball team moved to within one game of an important eighth spot in the Gulf South Conference standings with a grinding 66-64 victory over the University of West... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Gravity waves: ‘Scientific breakthrough of the century’ | Irish Examiner Gravity waves — ripples in spacetime — have been detected
Gravity waves: ‘Scientific breakthrough of the century’
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
| Irish Examiner Gravity waves — ripples in spacetime — have been detected by scientists a century after Albert Einstein predicted their... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
What are gravitational waves; why Einstein was rightResearchers Thursday announced they have proof of what Albert Einstein predicte
What are gravitational waves; why Einstein was right
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted yesterday
Researchers Thursday announced they have proof of what Albert Einstein predicted more than 100 years ago – that “gravitational waves” exist in the universe, and as they ripple through galaxies they generate enough power to distort time. The National... Read more
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chroniclelive
Newcastle United and the power of protest - why fan power is set to be the theme of 2016So much has been made of the unprecedented riches that will be showered on the
Newcastle United and the power of protest - why fan power is set to be the theme of 2016
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
So much has been made of the unprecedented riches that will be showered on the Premier League next season that another emerging trend seems to have been missed. Fan power is nothing new: the scope and potential for it to bring about real and... Read more
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NBC26 Green Bay
Millennials Drank A Lot Of Wine Last YearWell, we did it fellow millennials. We've managed to outdrink every other age g
Millennials Drank A Lot Of Wine Last Year
NBC26 Green Bay / Posted yesterday
Well, we did it fellow millennials. We've managed to outdrink every other age group. In wine, anyway. In total, millennials drank nearly 160 million cases of fermented grape goodness in 2015. The Wine Market Council tracks all sorts of wine... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Roots of Gravitational Wave Discovery Grew From Caltech LabWatching the webcast, watching a colleague step to the lectern in Washington, C
Roots of Gravitational Wave Discovery Grew From Caltech Lab
NBC Los Angeles / Posted yesterday
Watching the webcast, watching a colleague step to the lectern in Washington, Caltech colleagues across the country in a campus auditorium in Pasadena heard reason to burst into applause. "We have detected gravitational waves. We did it!" proclaimed... Read more
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JTA
U.S. experiment proves Einstein’s gravitational waves hypothesis(JTA) — Scientists for the first time detected gravitational waves hypothesized
U.S. experiment proves Einstein’s gravitational waves hypothesis
JTA / Posted yesterday
(JTA) — Scientists for the first time detected gravitational waves hypothesized by Albert Einstein a century ago, in a landmark discovery that was said to open a new window for studying the cosmos. The researchers said on Thursday they identified... Read more
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