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According to a 5-year study by USC neuroscientists, music education accelerates brain development in young children, particularly in the areas of the brain responsible for language development, speech and reading skills.

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Just when we thought graphene couldn't become any more exceptional, a new study finds the material can endure huge currents.

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The Sony XAV-AX100 car head unit, which supports Android Auto, is now available to purchase for $499, with shipments to begin by Christmas. #News #AndroidAuto #Sony

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South Korea to kill the coin in path towards ‘cashless society’

South Korea is already one of the least cash-dependent nations in the world. It has among the highest rates of credit card ownership — about 1.9 per citizen — and only about 20 per cent of Korean payments are made using paper money, according to the BoK.

But while convenience is at the crux of the central bank's plan, there are other considerations. The BoK spends more than $40m a year minting coins. There are also costs involved for financial institutions that collect, manage and circulate them.

The first step is to get rid of the metal, a feat authorities hope to achieve by 2020.

As part of the plan it wants consumers to deposit loose change on to Korea's ubiquitous "T Money" cards — electronic travel passes that can be used to pay for metro fares, taxi rides and even purchases in 30,000 convenience stores.

Globally, Scandinavian countries are leading the charge towards cashless societies. More than half of Sweden's 1,600 bank branches neither hold cash nor take cash deposits. Norway's biggest bank, meanwhile, this year also called for a cashless society.

Last month India also entered the fray after Prime Minister Narendra Modi took aim at the nation's glut of black money by declaring high-denomination currency notes invalid.

See http://www.cnbc.com/2016/12/01/south-korea-to-kill-the-coin-in-path-towards-cashless-society.html

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Jill Stein gathers funding for a recount in states Trump won, but none of the states Clinton won.
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