As World Turns More Slowly, We Face Earthquake Boom, Scientists Warn – HuffPost


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As World Turns More Slowly, We Face Earthquake Boom, Scientists Warn
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More powerful earthquakes could rock the globe in 2018 because of infinitesimal changes in the speed of the Earth's rotation, scientists warn. It seems contradictory, but a minuscule slowing of the Earth's rotation over years, which can extend the
Will the world shake with more large earthquakes in 2018? Time will tell.Popular Science


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OnePlus 5 will soon be discontinued – SlashGear


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OnePlus 5 will soon be discontinued
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OnePlus has done it again. It has brought out a flagship device at half the flagship price. And it has also ruffled the feathers or some of its own loyal fans. Although the gap between the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T is now just a wee bit longer than the
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Will the world shake with more large earthquakes in 2018? Time will tell. – Popular Science


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Will the world shake with more large earthquakes in 2018? Time will tell.
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Amidst panic over planets that don't exist and conspiracy theories about the moon landing on Google News this morning, one headline announced a more down-to-Earth sort of doom. “Deadly earthquakes could hit a BILLION people next year because of …
Earth's Rotation IS Slowing Down. But More Earthquakes? That's A Hypothesis, Not A FactForbes


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Drake Says “Free Meek Mill” During Australia Show

Drake was performing in Melbourne, Australia for the last set of shows of his European Boy Meets World tour, when he spotted a fan in the crowd wearing a ‘Free Meek Mill’ shirt. The More Life rapper shouted out the fan and then responded with, “I see you got the, Free Meek Mill t-shirt. Free […]

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Wale Gives Turkeys to Families in Need For Thanksgiving

D.C. native Wale linked up with Council Member Trayon White, to hand out turkeys to families in need in Southeast Washington D.C. Apart of the city’s 15th Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway, which was first started by late mayor and council member Marion Barry, about 1,500 turkeys and 20,000 pounds of fresh vegetables, yams, and stuffing, were passed […]

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Samsung accidentally confirmed it’s making a Galaxy X – BGR


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Samsung accidentally confirmed it's making a Galaxy X
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Samsung's dream is to beat Apple's iPhone, and that's why the Galaxy S8's development codename was “dream.” However, no Galaxy S or Galaxy Note device captured the mind of buyers like the iPhone rival, no matter how hard Samsung tried.
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Weird Dark Streaks on Mars May Not Be Flowing Water After All – Space.com


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Weird Dark Streaks on Mars May Not Be Flowing Water After All
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This inner slope of a crater on southern Mars has several of the seasonal dark streaks called "recurrent slope lineae," or RSL. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UA/USGS. Bad news for microbes that want to make a home on Mars: A new study argues that dark …
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