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I have always been a fan of beers, especially ones that taste a little bit sweet and helps get rid of the strong scent of alcohol. I don’t care about getting a beer belly or what not, my belly’s already a bit big (still normal) due to eating rice on every meal, that’s just how I roll. But always, let’s talk a little bit about the benefits of beer, for a change. Researchers have consistently...

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AI/ML or Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning is starting to shape our future more effectively than any other technological advancement in this century. Any individual who does not understand what it is will long before end up feeling left out, walking up in a world that’s filled with innovation more so like futuristic developments that feel like magic to the naked eye. A good example of such development is when Google trained their very own AI that...

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Is Trump’s administration planning to adopt Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation? With the never ending issues that Americans face regarding net neutrality issues, the  Trump administration is considering to foster data protections like Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation. The White House is looking into some kind of regulations similar to Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation.  Concerns regarding the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica scandal still lingers on. Recently, reports emerged that the latter distributed information with various mobile device manufacturers. This generates...

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In Europe, net neutrality is not just about blocking, throttling, paid prioritization, or zero rating. A committee just legalized two new European copyright rules. However, supporters of an open internet caution that it may extinguish the internet. The dubious new European copyright rules namely, Article 11 and Article 13 present comprehensive new transitions to how Internet operates. The latter regulation received denunciation that it might compel internet firms to “disallow memes.” It instructs that all networks...

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The world is facing one of the most daunting issues, the mounting waste problem. According to Wold Count, just for 2018, there will be 5 trillion plastic bags that will be consumed. If you put one after another, you will have enough to cover an area twice the size of France. Only less than 1% of these used plastic bags are properly recycled.  Poor solid waste management is threatening to drown some poor countries in...

More wildlife animals are less and less getting seen during the day because of fear of humans. Humans are the worst threat to the animal population. Numbers of diurnal animals or those animals that are generally seen during the day decrease in numbers. They hunt for food and find refuge but with people around, they have a hard time in doing so. These animals have no choice but to adapt to nocturnal life. A research...

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A study shows that people with larger belly fat and waistline have vitamin D deficiency. If you have a lower level of the said vitamin, chances are poor bone health. It could also lead to higher risks of autoimmune disorders, heart disease, and heart disease. Study author Rachida Rafiq said, “The strong relationship between increasing amounts of abdominal fats and lower levels of vitamin D suggests that individuals with larger waistlines are at a greater risk of developing...

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You may not believe it, but dandruff already exists even before humans came into being. The first evidence that dinosaurs do have dandruff has been discovered. According to a new study, fossilized skin flakes have been found in the plumes of a four-winged Microraptor believed to be 125 million years old. These skin flakes evidently show that the winged dinosaur peels off its skin in small patches the same as the modern birds and mammals instead...

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No matter how dreamy or terrifying it is, it’s still a dream. We often wonder why we dream when we sleep and why do we have certain kinds of dreams. Some are good while some could be considered a nightmare. Most of the times we no longer remember what we dreamt of last night or the previous nights. What induces dreaming? According to new research, dreaming is both physiological and biochemical approach to organize our brains...

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Many blame it on the climate change but who caused it? We people are held accountable for the changes in climate. Due to different pollution in land, water, air and even in the universe that we made, it is now getting back to us. Not only humans are experiencing the repercussions of our ingratitude to nature and negligence but also the smallest of living things such as the bumblebee. Generally, we rely on insects, particular...