Monthly archive for November 2019

iPhone 11 Pro, Galaxy S10 +, and unbreakable Nokia 3310 dropped from a helicopter

You can hardly guess which of them survived the drop test. YouTubers from How Ridiculous channel decided to test the strength of three phones: the flagships of Apple and Samsung, as well as the legendary “brick” Nokia 3310. To do this, all three devices were dropped from a helicopter at an altitude of about 300 meters. The result was really unexpected. Drops start at 7:16. At first, Nokia 3310 was dropped from the height of 45, 76, 152 and 228 meters. In all cases, the phone broke into pieces, but still survived – after the third test the screen broke.

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Putin jokingly admitted stealing US high technologies

Russian President Vladimir Putin joked during the Forum “Russia Forward!” about technology for shale oil production in the United States. According to the President of Russia, the United States is investing too much money in a new industry, creating a new technical base. The Russian leader said that we need to wait for the United States to spend money on new technologies for the production of shale oil. “With regard to shale oil … Let us wait for the Americans to spend money on new technologies for the production of shale oil, and then we’ll just “cat-scratch” it,” the president

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Motorola Razr 2019 foldable screen smartphone specs & price

Motorola presented its first smartphone with a folding screen, long-awaited for two reasons: it is still one of the few with this type of screen and it is the reissue of a much-loved phone in the early 2000s. The look is elegant, but the price is not for everyone. After years of rumors, Motorola has finally launched its first smartphone with a folding screen: it is the expected successor of the legendary Moto Razr, a mobile phone from the early 2000s that with its rich personality had remained in the heart of many. As anticipated a few weeks ago, the

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Alaina Gassler a 14-year-old girl solved the problem of blind spots in cars

The system was presented during a school competition, it uses a webcam system, a projector and a series of 3D printed components to visualize pillars inside the car. Despite the lane control systems, despite cruise control and all other driver assistance technologies, modern cars still suffer from an ancient problem: blind spots. The field of view is hidden by the pillars that support the roof of the vehicles and it’s still a cause of many accidents, and even the most sophisticated radars onboard are unable to solve the problem completely. The solution could come from Alaina Gassler, a 14-year-old American

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Why Americans hate one of their greatest presidents Richard Nixon

To All Patriots Exactly 45 years ago, Richard Nixon voluntarily resigned, becoming the first and so far the only US president with such a detail in his biography. Since then, the mass media, sometimes seriously, and sometimes jokingly, turned him into a monster and the concentration of human vices. But in essence, he is one of the most successful and effective leaders in the history of the USA. But why do they do it? The answer will surprise many of you. Surveys about the worst leaders in the history of any country are always just pure propaganda, not sociology. Professional

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Electronic cigarettes, the mysterious EVALI lung disease caused by vitamin E acetate

It is called Vitamin E acetate. It’s the substance that could have caused the wave of diseases related to vape that in the United States have affected 2,051 people and killing about forty. It is a thickener used mainly in products based on tetrahydrocannabinol. It is a substance present in tetrahydrocannabinol-based products, namely THC, one of the active ingredients of cannabis. This was revealed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which from the analysis of pulmonary fluids from 29 patients distributed among 10 states identified the presence of the substance. Now vitamin E acetate is considered to

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Dangerous Bright Eye Challenge on TikTok that has become viral thanks to a fake video

Take an airtight plastic bag, fill it with hand sanitizer, bleach and shaving cream, and place it on one eye for at least one minute to change the color of the iris. This is essentially the practical requirement for TikTok users to participate in the “Bright Eye Challenge”, a very dangerous and viral challenge thanks to a totally false video. On TikTok, the most popular social network of the moment and the most downloaded app in the world, there are lots of very funny and harmless challenges and the fact is that sometimes we tend to exaggerate. And the Bright

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Anti-Trump home assignment at a Cambria County middle school – parents outraged

Students were assigned to pretend they were ‘refugees’ in a civil war fueled by President Trump. Such an outrageous homework assignment at a Cambria County middle school involving President Trump had some parents truly upset. The content of the homework assignment: “President Trump is trying to take control of the United States’ There are fights in the streets’ You have to pretend that you are a refugee being forced to leave your home, never to return. Please have a parent to time them for 10 minutes while they packed a bag. When the time was up they were to take

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The dominance of liberals ruins Canada

The ideas of separatism flare up in the most unexpected places on the planet. It seems that the richest regions – Catalonia, California, Scotland – tend to quickly get off the sinking ship of the national economy. Now they are thinking about leaving Canada in the two most prosperous provinces of the country. How did it happen? Canadian Prairies – the so-called two of the most prosperous provinces of Canada, Alberta and Saskatchewan. They are located in the south-west of the country, rich in oil, have a thriving agricultural industry, have been voting for conservatives for generations and are used

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New social networks you’ve never heard of

Everyone is accustomed to Facebook and Instagram, but the world of social networks is not limited to them. I’ve collected some unusual social networks, the very existence of which will surprise you. Uyach A social network for horses and their owners was invented in Mongolia. The founders call it a “Facebook for horse breeders” – there you can create a horse profile by publishing its photo, age, pedigree and sporting achievements. GoodReads A social network where everyone shares their read books. You can write reviews, share quotes, add books, rate them and arrange books on thematic shelves. Participating in book

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Twitter bans users criticizing mainstream liberal media

We have temporarily limited some of your account features… Be careful in your value judgments when you describe any mainstream liberal media or its actions, in our case The Washington Post. Here you are an example of a message due to which you might be banned on Twitter: Dear @washingtonpost – You are the enemy of the people! You are seditious & treasonous to America & #WeThePeople DENOUNCE YOU. Please die in the darkness cuz the republic lives in the hearts/minds of all Americans. U will never win. U will never silence us. In case you are already blocked, do

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More bad news for Apple. China launched the national 5G network

The employees of the American IT giant are not in a good mood. The bad news came from over the Pacific. China launched the 5G network on November 1. The news of the launch of the Chinese 5G network is truly landmark for both Apple and the entire wireless communications sector. On Wednesday, October 30, the Wall Street Journal wrote that China’s deputy minister of economy and information technology, Chen Zhaoxiong, announced at a conference in Beijing that the three main telecom operators in China: China Mobile, China Unicom, and China Telecom will begin selling 5G services to 50 the

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15 plastic surgeries to become a successful model

Mariam Pashayeva or the “Russian Barbie”, as she was called by people on social networks, underwent about fifteen plastic surgeries by her twenty years, in order to achieve the ideal, in her opinion, appearance. Some compare Mariam with the young Angelina Jolie, although the latter at that age was able to do without so many interventions by plastic surgeons. Mariam was born in 1997 in Makhachkala, then moved to North Ossetia, and then went to conquer Moscow. She succeeded with the help of Instagram, in which she has been showing her photos for several years. At some point, the producers

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Officer investigated for flashing “OK” sign during climate change protest

Melbourne, Australia. Leftists shared on social media an image of the officer flashing “OK” hand sign and accused him of signaling support for ‘neo-Nazism’ and ‘white supremacy.’   The “violent cop” has been spotted flashing the same white power symbol used by white supremacist murderer Brenton Tarrant earlier this year. We know what side the cops are on,” wrote a group called Campaign Against Racism and Fascism. Victoria Police addressed the matter in a statement: “We are aware of an image circulating of an officer from yesterday’s protest,” Victoria Police wrote. “We have spoken to the officer and have confirmed

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Nuclear empire of Mr. Putin

“Russia covers the world with a network of nuclear power plants. The Kremlin considers it a pillar of its global power for decades,” says Pavel Lokshin, the journalist for the German newspaper Die Welt. Paks NPP near Budapest produces half of the electricity in Hungary. Four power units were built by the USSR in the 1970s. Five years ago, Moscow and Budapest signed an agreement on the construction of two new 1200 MW power units of the WWER type NPP-2006. The ice age in diplomatic relations between Moscow and Brussels in connection with the annexation of Crimea and the war

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