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The richest man in Russia bought James Watson’s #Nobelprize just so he could return it
After much hubbub over the sale of his Nobel prize for the discovery of the DNA's double helix, James Watson was parted from his medal for all of a few days. Bloomberg reports that Alisher Usmanov -- owner of the Arsenal soccer club, richest man in Russia, and purchaser of Watson's Nobel for $4.1 million -- plans on returning the scientist's prize.Watson put his prize (along with two documents related to the award, which another buyer spent over $600,000 on) on the auction block because he'd been ostracized from the academic community. He blames a 2007 interview where he expressed the belief that some races are less intelligent than others. But others say he has a long list of sexist and racist remarks under his belt, and that his contributions to science shouldn't excuse him.

"In my opinion, a situation in which an outstanding scientist has to sell a medal recognizing his achievements is unacceptable,” Usmanov said in a statement. “James Watson is one of the greatest biologists in the history of mankind and his award for the discovery of DNA structure must belong to him."Usmanov said that he'd been motivated by his father's death from cancer -- a disease he believes that Watson's discoveries have made invaluable contributions to curing.When you include the commission charged by the auction house, Usmanov's gesture cost him nearly $5 million. But with a net worth of nearly $19 billion, I guess that's not such a big deal."It is important for me that the money that I spent on this medal will go to supporting scientific research, and the medal will stay with the person who deserved it," he said in a statement. Indeed, Watson has said he intends to donate most of the money to academic institutions -- presumably so he can regain positions of influence there. Who knows, maybe the sale of Watson's cherished award will become an annual thing.   
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About Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever
In "Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever," Grumpy Cat is a lonely cat living in a mall pet shop. Because she always gets passed over and never gets chosen by customers, this kitty develops a sour outlook on life until…one day during the holidays, a very special 12-year-old girl named Chyrstal enters the pet store and falls in love with Grumpy Cat. A unique friendship is formed between the two when Chyrstal finds she is the only person who can hear this unique feline talk. In the middle of the holiday rush, Grumpy reluctantly thwarts the kidnapping of an expensive exotic dog she can’t stand and rescues Chyrstal after the mall closes on Christmas Eve. Will Grumpy Cat learn the true meaning of Christmas, or will it be in Grumpy’s words, “Worst. Christmas. Ever?”

 

In the last year and a half, Grumpy Cat, whose real name is Tardar Sauce, has arguably become the most famous cat of all time. The adorable Internet celebrity was named the most influential cat by MSNBC, most important cat by Mashable and Buzzfeed, and has appeared in news and television shows around the world. She is the author of A Grumpy Book, currently in print in 14 languages, and has a second book coming out this August. Grumpy Cat has numerous merchandising deals and is Friskies official #Spokescat
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This 9-Year-Old Model Is Being Called the "Most Beautiful Girl in the World"
KRISTINA PIMENOVA's modeling career is taking off quickly and she's already been dubbed "the most beautiful girl in the world" by some. The 9-year-old has already worked with some major industry players,including Roberto Cavalli, Dolce & Gabbana and Armani.

Her career has caused quite a bit of controversy, though, with many people fearing that the budding Russian model is entirely too young for all of this, especially with her modeling pictures popping up all over the internet.
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Would You Help A Homeless In Need?
We wanted to find out how people would react if a hungry, homeless man tried to steal food they were supposed to watch over. What would you do?
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OMG! Vietnam funny tv series.
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The filter on your hair dryer is designed to catch dirt, dust and debris as the air is pushed through. After multiple uses, the filter may become filled with grime, which not only interferes with how well your hair dryer actually dries your hair, but also shortens the lifespan on the device itself. Clean the filter on your hair dryer at least once a month to ensure its not overheating and that it’s working effectively and efficiently.
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Can anything save Russia's rouble?
Woe to Russian consumers who like Swiss watches with their Italian suits - or even furry Australian boots with their Chinese disposable fashion. The rouble has lost more than 40 per cent of its value in the past year, including a drop of about 8 per cent so far this week, and the slide shows no signs of slowing. But with President Vladimir Putin offering ideas that are dubious at best, does Moscow even want to stop the rot?

Earlier this year, Russia's central bank took heroic measures to prop up the rouble. It spent US$40 billion (NZ$51.87bn) of its foreign reserves between January and May - about 8 per cent of the total at the time - on its own currency to raise the rouble's price in global markets. Then, though the rouble continued to slip, the central bank was quiet ... for months.

What happened? In all likelihood, the central bank realised that it might need its reserves to strike a decisive blow against an all-out speculative attack by currency traders on the rouble - the kind of attack that crippled the Thai baht in 1998. If the Russian government wanted to defend its currency, it would have to take a new approach. This time, the strategy would rely on Russia's biggest export, crude oil.
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mhd——a new world of your beauty. #flatiron   #hairstraightener   #curlingiron   #haircurler   #hairdryer   #beautysupply  new listing.
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