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If there's one thing Suzuki does better than anyone else, it's making tiny 4x4 off-roaders that combine that very tricky combination of cute and tough. They've done it again at the Geneva Auto Show, with a little white 4x4 concept called the iM-4. It's cute and white, like a baby polar bear, and like a baby polar bear, it might maul you.
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hopefully it won't rust
With both the Chevy Bolt and Tesla Model 3 set to arrive in 2017, Ford is finally getting ready to unveil its own electric vehicle packing a 200-mile range. UPDATE: Ford says the report by Automobile is not accurate.
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as stated by Graham Hancock in 1995 or so... LOL
An ancient, global-scale impact could explain the Red Planet’s mysterious “two-faced” appearance
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They take grainy pictures and infer structures which may well not even be there.  "they appear to be architectural marvels"... um... no.  Where are the scans from orbiters sent around the moon since the 1970s, with greater resolutions?

Most of the blobs they show look like rock that melted at some point and cooled.  Remember the far side of the moon keeps getting pelted by meteorites.
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The Airbus H160 is the world's first all-composite civil helicopter, a lightweight chopper that promises a 185 MPH cruising speed and a comfortable, whisper quiet ride when it takes flight later this year.
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The Saudi judiciary has recommended liberal blogger Raif Badawi be retried on apostasy charges that carry an automatic sentence of death by beheading, largely because of his support for Mideast Christians. The Harper government has backed the same cause, but is reluctant to criticize Saudi Arabia.
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looks like mortar to me  ;-)
NASA’s Curiosity rover has drilled down into Mars to collect samples, and it’s revealed that just under the dusty red surface, the Red Planet is actually a greyish blue. The drilling happened at a site called Telegraph Peak, right up in a region...
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The legume may reduce the risk of death from heart disease, a large study found, suggesting that the health benefits of this low-cost nut ma

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Being trustworthy and accurate could help a web page rise up Google rankings if the search engine giant starts to measure quality by facts,

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Nowadays, with online resources, textbooks, and even virtual high schools, technology has been making a big impact in the education world. S

Bribery 'hits 1.6 billion people a year'
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A total of 1.6 billion people worldwide – nearly a quarter of the global population – are forced to pay bribes to gain access to everyday pu

No plane, many discoveries in yearlong search for Flight 370
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(AP)—The yearlong search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has turned up no sign of the plane, but that doesn't mean it's been unproductive.

Hearings start Monday on new uranium mine in Canadian Arctic | MINING.com
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Hearings starting on Monday for a new uranium mine in Canada's Nunavut territory are attracting opposition from environmentalists and local

Lukas Lundin “very encouraged” by North Arrow bulk sample | MINING.com
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A tight community of stock brokers, promoters and Canadian diamond investors saw some excitement today as North Arrow Minerals (NAR.V), a di

Former adviser explains how Obama lost control of his legacy
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As Obama’s top campaign strategistser, David Axelrod had a ring-side seat to what was supposed to be a transformative presidency

Suicide rates in older US adults linked to the economy | Science Codex
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How will we know if the economy has really gotten better, rather than using bogus claims about employment or how well Wall Street executives

Apple buying a third of world’s gold to meet demand for iWatch
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Interest in the high-end model, featuring 18-karat gold casing, is picking up.

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A letter inscribed in an ancient clay tablet, dating from 1750 BC corresponding to the period of Old Babylon, and currently at the British M

Poor, poor pitiful Andy (Wakefield): Dissed again, this time by the Oreg...
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Poor Andy Wakefield. Beginning in the late 1990s until around six years ago, Andy was the premiere “vaccine skeptic” in the world. His 1998

Rise of the Machines: video gamers beware
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Researchers unveiled a software system Wednesday which had taught itself to play 49 different video games and proceeded to defeat…

UPDATED: The world's top 10 gold producers
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Number one Barrick Gold's output drops in 2014, but fellow Canadian firm Agnico Eagle adds 30% to production ounces.

Oh My News reporter, dared to go to where the buck stops
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Quebec man found dead at home may have had Ebola
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Quebec man found dead at home may have had Ebola

How TFSAs fit Harper’s vision of small government
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One sure-fire way to shrink governments is to deprive them of revenue – and that’s exactly what tax-free savings accounts will do in the dec

The top diamond mines in the world
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The ten largest diamond mines in the world by measurable reserves contain more than one billion carats of recoverable diamonds.

I've been buying pizza and donairs there since 2003, always very good quality, better than nearby alternatives.
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