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Did you know all 43 U.S. presidents have carried European royal bloodlines into office?

34 have been genetic descendants from just one person, Charlemagne, the brutal eighth century King of the Franks. 19 of them directly descended from King Edward III of England.

In fact, the presidential candidate with the most royal genes has won every single American election.

This information comes from Burke's Peerage, which is the Bible of aristocratic genealogy, based in London. http://humansarefree.com/2017/12/43-us-presidents-have-carried-european.html
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#Basketball Article of the Day... December 11, 2018
1-4 High Stack Offense

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There is actually only one species – the Panthera leo, however, there are several sub-species of lions which you may not know about. So when you head off on your African safari, read up about the various species and have a look at the video to make sure you know which ones you will be seeing.
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Is this the most dangerous duo in the #ChampionsLeague? #beINUCL
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Nielsen Social Content Ratings Is Now Tracking Social Media’s Top TV Talent

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#GoogleCEO faces a grilling from US lawmakers on how the internet search giant handled an alarming data breach and whether it may bend to Chinese government censorship demands.

#Google #SundarPichail #GooglePlus

https://goo.gl/ty1WA6
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Nintendo qui renouvelle ses "trademark" pour #MetroidOtherM et #SuperMarioGalaxy il n'en faut pas plus pour enflammer le net
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Egypt is upset about the high price of iPhones - One of the priciest countries on the planet to buy an iPhone claims that Apple is violating competition rules — thereby driving up prices for customers. Egypt, where an iPhone costs up to 50 percent more than in the rest of the Middle East, accuses Apple of placing unfair restrictions on local distributors. According to […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
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This Black Hole Just Created a New Mystery Science Can't Explain - V404 Cygni - YouTube

'...Hello and welcome to What Da Math! In this video, we will talk about V404 Cygni and a new mystery of black holes....'

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDCeneObKYY

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China is launching an artificial moon into the sky. Made from a satellite coated in reflective material, the moon will glow in the night, illuminating the streets and cutting down on electricity used by street lights.

https://todaysintech.com/china-is-launching-a-fake-moon-into-the-sky/
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Google’s search data shows YouTube’s influence over this season’s hottest toys.

Forget TV ads, YouTube is the top influencer -> "At least 4 of the top 10 most searched toys were among those heavily featured in YouTube unboxing videos"
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Apple joins tech giants in speaking out against Australia’s anti-encryption law - Apple has joined other tech giants — including Google, Microsoft, Facebook and others — in speaking out against the anti-encryption law recently passed in Australia. The country’s controversial law means that law enforcement officials are allowed to access encrypted messages when required. Unsurprisingly, tech’s biggest titans are none too happy about it. “The new Australian […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and cul...
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Vivo’s Nex 2 gets dual displays and 3 cameras for easier selfies http://tnw.me/2BGgw3U
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China brushes off EU concerns about Huawei security risks
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massive voter fraud found in Chicago elections
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" A recent patent, dubbed as “Augmented Reality Application for Manufacturing,” was published last Thursday. In the description of the patent, Tesla noted that existing automotive manufacturing techniques are time-consuming and still require a notable amount of manual calibration and inspection. An example of this is the practice of marking joints and/or inspecting dimensional accuracy of car components by having workers manually overlay plastic molds over a sheet metal object to mark certain parts. These processes take a lot of time and effort, resulting in extra operational costs.

Tesla’s solution is rather simple. Instead of using manual processes to perform tasks that include setup, configuration, calibration, and quality inspection, it would be better to utilize available technologies to make operations faster and more precise. One of these technologies is computer vision and augmented reality tools. "
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