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  • Kilauea Lava Continues Its Fiery March To The Sea

    Kamokuna marks a location where lava enters the ocean. "Hot lava mixing with cool seawater produces an explosive interaction that results in fragmented lava-spatter" as well as thin strands of volcanic glass, the society says. "This hot crack suggests that the sea cliff around the entry point is unstable and has the potential to collapse", scientists stated. "These ocean entry littoral explosions, both large and small, create hazardous conditions on land and at sea".

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  • According to rumors, Apple removed the Iranian apps from the App store

    Apple has sent messages to developers that are trying to get apps onto the Apple App Store, basically saying the App Store is not available for Iran. Iran has a total population of 82m with an average age of under 30 years. Iran's with a population of almost 80 million loves its gadgets. The main issue is that the United States Department of Treasure issues some Sanctions Regulations and Transaction Regulations against Iran.

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  • Ancient Asteroid Collision Is Still Raining Space Rocks Down on Earth

    They found some in an ancient seafloor along the Lynna River in Russian Federation that are roughly a million years older than the asteroid explosion. The team dug up almost 600 pounds of rock in search of mineral grains that can barely be seen without a microscope. Meteorites are rock pieces formed from debris by collision of asteroids, moons or any other planets.

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  • Day to play with Tiger, DJ

    But while positive memories are powerful in golf, they can be a double-edged sword for a 41-year-old golfer on the mend, especially when the most recent memories are a reminder of how he began a rapid slide from the top of the world ranking.

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  • Google I/O 2017 event will happen from May 17-19

    But, there are no clues on what Google plans to announce at the upcoming I/O 2017 conference. Rather than announcing this information in a traditional fashion, Google instead created an elaborate puzzle that developers would have to solve before the details of Google I/O were revealed.

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  • IRS begins accepting tax filings for 2017

    IRS begins accepting tax filings for 2017

    The deadline for filing federal taxes is April 18. Historically, April 15 is the deadline to file returns, but the deadline was pushed to April 18 this year because Washington, D.C., celebrates Emancipation Day on April 17. Statistics show they depend heavily on these yearly tax refunds . "Somebody can have your Social Security number and they could have been sitting on it for a while, and you would have no idea until they go and file a bogus tax return under your Social Security number".

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  • Mario Balotelli speaks out after suffering racist abuse against Bastia

    Mario Balotelli speaks out after suffering racist abuse against Bastia

    They were monkey noises. Balotelli lambasted a "horrible" situation after Friday's game, alleging in an Instagram post that he was the subjected monkey noises from a section of the home supporters. Bastia are a French association club based on the island of Corsica. Does loose on her Instagram account, before continuing: "Is that racism is legal in France or only in Bastia?" Football is an fantastic sport.

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  • Little Nightmares Dated for Late-April With Special 'Six Edition'

    Little Nightmares Dated for Late-April With Special 'Six Edition'

    Trapped in The Maw with nothing but a lighter, Six must solve puzzles, hide and sneak her way out of danger and into the outside world. Little Nightmares will be available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC on 28th April 2017. Those wanting to download the game onto their system will be able to pre-order the game from today on Xbox One and PC, with pre-orders on PS4 coming later.

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  • Beijing reiterates One China policy 'nonnegotiable'

    The Chinese Communist Party under Chinese President Xi Jinping presents itself as the vanguard of national sovereignty, making Tsai's opposition to the one-China principle and pro-independence leanings disconcerting. Mr Trump said in an interview on Friday that the policy was negotiable. "On the contrary, it appears the next administration is intending to use the one-China policy as its trump card ".

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  • Kamiyah Mobley found safe 18 years after being abducted

    Kamiyah Mobley found safe 18 years after being abducted

    But the news has left her other "father" devastated. Following the return of Mobley to her natural parents, a friend of the McCanns said the case is "news they are dreaming of receiving themselves one day". When Williams didn't return, security was called. Staff members at the hospital have said they thought Williams was a member of the child's family.

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  • Japan successfully launches solid fuel rocket

    Japan successfully launches solid fuel rocket

    The SS-520-4 stands at just over 31 feet tall and it's only 20 inches in diameter, according to JAXA . On Wednesday, JAXA postponed the launch of the mini rocket a few minutes before it was scheduled to lift off. JAXA confirmed that the first and second stage of the rocket separated as planned, but the ignition of the second stage was stopped. The point of the mission was to demonstrate that such a small rocket could launch the TRICOM-1 satellite, which was going to take pictures of Earth ...

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  • Toyota recalls 5.8m cars over faulty airbags

    Takata will be required to make reforms. They include Shinichi Tanaka, executive VP of Inflator Global Operations, Hideo Nakajima, director of engineering of automotive systems laboratory and Tsuneo Chikaraishi, chief of Japan, Inflator Global Operations.

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  • Calling an Uber just got easier with Google Maps' new…

    Calling an Uber just got easier with Google Maps' new…

    Back in March of previous year, Google had introduced a ride sharing tab into Google Maps that allowed anyone to see the potential pricing and timing for ordering an Uber or Lyft ride. Users swipe through the four options and choose which type of vehicle they want - the app also shows how much the ride will cost for each one. Selecting one reveals a carousel with circular icons that includes many more ride types than before, as well as special offers and promotions.

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  • San Diego Scientists Bring Back First Footage Of Colorful Seadragon

    San Diego Scientists Bring Back First Footage Of Colorful Seadragon

    Researchers have released a footage showing the ruby seadragon swimming away in deep waters, where it was filmed using a mini ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle). The ruby seadragon is one of the most mysterious and most elusive sea creatures scientists have identified, so it's no wonder there's a buzz over the first documented sighting of the creature.

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  • Stonehenge tunnel given green light after almost 30 years of delays

    Now the United Kingdom government has given the green light to £2 billion ($2.4 billion) plans to build a 1.8 mile tunnel under the site and widen the nearby highway. Holland said: "There is so much waiting to be learned about how Stonehenge was built - if we decide, as a country, not to sacrifice it to road building".

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  • Humanity vs Polar Bears: Climate Change Biggest Threats To Polar Bears

    The department announced its plan to help protect and ensure the survival of the polar bear population , including habitat protection, reducing oil spill contamination, and reducing conflicts between bears and humans. Tillerson is a former CEO of Exxon Mobil Corp., whose actions and views on climate change have been debated for years. The Obama administration warned Monday that polar bears may disappear unless something is done about climate change , despite recent research indicating ...

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  • Did Our Moon Come from Moonlets?

    The moon, it seems, may have been formed not from a single collision, but a whole series of them, all in one brief, chaotic period in the solar system's history. A graphic illustrating the multiple-impact origin hypothesis. The prevailing belief has been that the moon was a piece of material that broke off when Earth slammed into something the size of Mars many moons - err, moonlets - ago.

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  • The Most Innovative Companies

    The Most Innovative Companies

    While about 100 patents directly involved health care, numerous more cognitive computing ones could also be applied to the industry, Meyerson said. Including its major subsidiaries, Samsung was awarded more than 8,500 patents, slightly higher than IBM's 8,088 awarded patents.

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  • Wind chills around zero ready to spill in

    Wind chills around zero ready to spill in

    Temperatures will fall into the low 20s on Wednesday, and barely make it into the teens late Wednesday into Thursday , and stay there for the rest of the week. Corey Mead, a meteorologist at the weather service office in Valley, said the cold and wind are due to a high-pressure system out of Canada that slipped in behind Monday's fog and misty conditions.

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