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Best eliquid suppliers and distributers

Anonymous Coward writes | just now

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An anonymous reader writes "Best eliquid suppliers and eliquid distributers from USA and Canada providing the best source for excellent but reasonably priced e-Liquid that one could simply make use of to satisfy ones may be needs that they exclusively use the very best components and also delicious flavourings to create this amazing top quality e-Liquid with the unique Canadian and US recipe."
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Best motorcycle helmet

jonlemon (3896299) writes | 11 minutes ago

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jonlemon (3896299) writes "When that involves motorcycles or cycling equipment, nothing draws my attention more than collection, or perhaps vintage-inspired. When Alarm discharged its FIVE HUNDRED line of three-quarter helmets a two of years back, you wager I snapped one up, and also that is actually one of my favorite covers. Alarm's throwback full-face headgear, the Bullitt, debuted in 2013 as well as that is actually equally as classy and enjoyable as the 500 while delivering the protection and also self-confidence that comes with a chinbar.

The peak of the opening is in the typical position just above the eyebrows, however the cushioned chinbar is virtually out of attraction around my lips. Venting incorporates four tiny, chubby mesh vents on the brow, one on the chinbar and also another for exhaust out back."

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Microsoft Office Error code Online Support

clarkjohan (3858931) writes | 21 minutes ago

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clarkjohan (3858931) writes "Installation and Troubleshooting Microsoft Office Error Codes in a glance. There is a tremendous change happened in Microsoft office products updated since its first launch happened in 1990. Since the introduction itself, they had come with so much of error codes which is a gateway to the current trend of cloud services. There are many error codes such as 'something went wrong', error code 32-4, error code 2-4, error code 0x80004005 comes with Microsoft word, Excel and outlook installation. Most of the time, the problem is related to the installation of the product."
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Book a flat with just 5% of the flat value. 1/2/3 BHK starting at 41 lacs.

bonanzaportfolio (3894229) writes | 21 minutes ago

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bonanzaportfolio (3894229) writes "First Ever Mega Pre-Launch of a City Centre At India's Only Real Smart City — Palava

Palava is at a 20 minute drive from the upcoming international airport, and 60 minutes from South Mumbai via the Eastern Freeway. It's going to be a city unlike any in India: & soon will be amongst the world’s most desirable places to live in."

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iFunbox download cydia apps on iOS 8.1 jailbreak

Anonymous Coward writes | 40 minutes ago

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An anonymous reader writes "You can download iFunBox to install cracked apps on iOS 8.1 iphone. But iFunbox do another numerous things without installing apps. Both Windows and Mac users (iPA file installation) are able to download iFunbox and into the iOS 8.1 devices and install cracked apps. Your iphone, iPad or iPod Touch is able to manage files using ifunbox. However iTools and iFunbox are very familiar tools but between them there are some differences in user interface and messages. Especially if you have jailbreak iOS 8.1, you are able to download ifunbox and install cracked apps on your device. Below we provide you the top features which come with iFunbox. Learn them and download cydia apps on your iOS 8.1 iphone."
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Top 10 Fascinating Facts You Might Not Know About Phone Numbers

Anonymous Coward writes | 41 minutes ago

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An anonymous reader writes "Before invention of phone number, the phone service was dialed and then the phone operator on the other end was asked to connect to the person to be spoken to. This system got changed when Dr. Moses (friend of Alexander Bell) advised for a new system so that anyone can use the system without having a problem and phone numbers were used."
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Mark Zuckerberg Pays $500K to Substitute Teach Your Kids for an Hour

theodp (442580) writes | yesterday

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theodp (442580) writes "Techcrunch reports that Mark Zuckerberg has donated $500K to expand the Hour of Code campaign, which aims to reach 100 million students this year with its learn-to-code tutorials, including its top-featured tutorial starring Zuckerberg (video). Techcrunch adds that Zuckerberg's donation will be matched by fellow tutorial team teacher Bill Gates (video), Microsoft, Reid Hoffman, Salesforce, Google, and others. Zuck and Gates appear to have a sizable captive audience — a Code.org District Partnership Model brochure on the code-or-no-HS-diploma-for-you Chicago Public Schools' website calls for partner districts to "hold a district-wide Hour of Code event each year" for three years."

Iconic photo shots of Moon and Earth by Chang'e 5 T1

Taco Cowboy (5327) writes | 5 hours ago

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Taco Cowboy (5327) writes "China's Chang'e 5 T1 space mission has sent back iconic photos of the Moon and Planet Earth

In the photo, The Earth hangs like a white and blue bauble in the black of space, distant and heart-achingly beautiful. You can see it here — http://planetary.s3.amazonaws....

The spacecraft's trajectory will carry it back to Earth at about 21:30 UT on October 31. Happy Halloween!"

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France investigating mysterious drone activity on 7 nuclear power plant sites

thygate (1590197) writes | 9 hours ago

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thygate (1590197) writes "In France, an investigation has been launched into the appearance of "drones" on 7 different nuclear power plant sites across the country in the last month. Some of the plants involved are Creys-Malville en Bugey in the southeast, Blayais in the southwest, Cattenom en Chooz in the northeast, Gravelines in the north, and Nogent-sur-Seine, close to Paris. On each occasion "drones" were seen on the domain somewhere from late in the evening to early in the morning, while it is forbidden to fly over these sites on altitudes less than 1 km in a 5 km radius. According to a spokesman of the state electric company that runs the facilities (EDF), there was no danger to the security and production of the plants. However these incidents will likely bring nuclear safety concerns back into the spotlight. France is number one country in the world when it comes to dependency on nuclear power, with a total of 58 centrals spread over 19 sites across the country.

Greenpeace's head of its anti-nuclear power campaign has already denied involvement. Their spokesman added that these events are very troubling, and also mentions they have learned about more "drone" activity above the French Center for nuclear research (CEA) close to Paris."

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US Company Seeks to offer Regulator Approved Bitcoin Options Market

MrBingoBoingo (3481277) writes | 6 hours ago

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MrBingoBoingo (3481277) writes "Startup LedgerX has submitted applications to the US Commodity Futures Trading Commisions to begin offering options based on Bitcoin prices which will be bought and sold in US Dollars. This comes after last major options market in Bitcoin announced they were discontinuing Bitcoin/Dollar options sold and settled in Bitcoin back in February due to poor price signal and the daunting challenge of insuring Put options."

New study shows three abrupt pulses of CO2 during last deglaciation

vinces99 (2792707) writes | yesterday

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vinces99 (2792707) writes "A new study shows that the increase of atmospheric carbon dioxide that contributed to the end of the last ice age more than 10,000 years ago did not occur gradually but rather was characterized by three abrupt pulses. Scientists are not sure what caused these abrupt increases, during which carbon dioxide levels rose about 10 to 15 parts per million – or about 5 percent per episode – during a span of one to two centuries. It likely was a combination of factors, they say, including ocean circulation, changing wind patterns and terrestrial processes. The finding, published Oct. 30 in the journal Nature, casts new light on the mechanisms that take the Earth in and out of ice ages.

“We used to think that naturally occurring changes in carbon dioxide took place relatively slowly over the 10,000 years it took to move out of the last ice age,” said lead author Shaun Marcott, who did the work as a postdoctoral researcher at Oregon State University and is now at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. “This abrupt, centennial-scale variability of CO2 appears to be a fundamental part of the global carbon cycle.”

Previous research has hinted at the possibility that spikes in atmospheric carbon dioxide may have accelerated the last deglaciation, but that hypothesis had not been resolved, the researchers say. The key to the new finding is the analysis of an ice core from the West Antarctic that provided the scientists with an unprecedented glimpse into the past."

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Google To Disable Fallback To SSL 3.0 In Chrome 39, Remove SSL 3.0 In Chrome 40

Anonymous Coward writes | 11 hours ago

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An anonymous reader writes "Google today announced plans to disable fallback to version 3 of the SSL protocol in Chrome 39, and remove SSL 3.0 completely in Chrome 40. The decision follows the company’s disclosure of a serious security vulnerability in SSL 3.0 on October 14, the attack for which it dubbed Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption (POODLE). Following Mozilla’s decision on the same day to disable SSL 3.0 by default in Firefox 34, which will be released on November 25, Google has laid out its plans for Chrome. This was expected, given that Google Security Team’s Bodo Möller stated at the time: “In the coming months, we hope to remove support for SSL 3.0 completely from our client products.”"

Charity promotes covert surveillance app for suicide prevention

VoiceOfDoom (875772) writes | 9 hours ago

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VoiceOfDoom (875772) writes "Major UK charity The Samaritans have launched an app titled "Samaritans Radar", in an attempt to help Twitter users identify when their friends [sic] are in crisis and in need of support. Unfortunately the privacy implications appear not to have been thought through — installing the app allows it to monitor the Twitter feeds of all of your followers, searching for particular phrases or words which might indicate they are in distress. The app then sends you an email suggesting you contact your follower to offer your help. Opportunities for misuse by online harassers are at the forefront of the concerns that have been raised, but in addition; there is strong evidence to suggest that this use of personal information is in fact illegal; being in contravention of UK Data Protection law."

Most planets in the Universe are homeless

StartsWithABang (3485481) writes | 9 hours ago

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StartsWithABang (3485481) writes "We like to think of our Solar System as typical: a central star with a number of planets — some gas giants and some rocky worlds — in orbit around it. Yes, there's some variety, with binary or trinary star systems and huge variance in the masses of the central star being common ones, but from a planetary point of view, our Solar System is a rarity. Even though there are hundreds of billions of stars in our galaxy for planets to orbit, there are most likely around a quadrillion planets in our galaxy, total, with only a few trillion of them orbiting stars at most. Now that we've finally detected the first of these, we have an excellent idea that this picture is the correct one: most planets in the Universe are homeless. Now, thank your lucky star!"

Is Geometric Algebra finally adopted in STEM curricula?

quax (19371) writes | 9 hours ago

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quax (19371) writes "It has been over a century that William Kingdon Clifford developed Geometric Algebra. Yet due to his untimely death it was quickly forgotten, only to be partially reinvented when Dirac tackled relativistic quantum mechanics and introduced spinors. But geometric algebra is much more versatile than that, for instance it makes for a better alternative to vector calculus, combining div and curl operators and doing away with the cross-product in favor of bivectors. It is such a straightforward unification of otherwise, disparate mathematical techniques that I very much regret that my physics curriculum twenty years ago didn't cover it. Has this changed? Have you encountered geometric algebra in an undergraduate program?"
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