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A Look at Hyperloop

The full-scale test track in the Nevada desert
The full-scale test track in the Nevada desert

With a few different players now in the game, the race is on to win over governments and get the once seemingly far-fetched Hyperloop up and running. For LA-based startup Hyperloop One, that means rolling into Dubai with photos of its full-scale test track and a few renderings of what the first Middle Eastern Hyperloop terminals might look like. read more

Portable Hotel Suite

While the idea of camping may appeal to some, the reality of pitching a tent, cooking over a tiny stove and having no washing facilities can make it less attractive.

A Spanish design company has come up with an innovative solution for people who enjoy being a part of nature while staying in total comfort.

Drop box is a portable hotel suite that can be installed in natural locations offering a cosy, micro bolthole away from the elements wherever you pitch up.

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Journalist Finds Out What Happens in Sweden

by: the Common Constitutionalist

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Even after weeks, liberals are still trying to prove to the nation that Trump was not only wrong about Sweden, but he is, as are we, all wet regarding terrorism and the problems with Islam.

There was and is nothing happening in Sweden. And there certainly aren’t any of those so-called “No-Go” Zones in the country, or frankly any country. No-Go zones are a myth fabricated by Islamaphobes like you and me.

On January 20, 2017, Emil Karlsson posted an article on the site, “Debunking Denialism.” How quaint.

His article states that, “Debunking Denialism has taken on several such cases of pseudoscientific bigotry, such as falsely comparing ethnic minorities to poisonous M&Ms, conspiracy theories about alleged white genocide, how anti-immigration activists abuse Swedish rape statistics or data on reported shootings in the Swedish city of Malmö. Now it is time to take on the widespread myth that Sweden supposedly has 55 no-go zones where criminals rule society and police are afraid or incapable of entering.”

And you know what? He’s right. If one were to define a No-Go zone incorrectly, as liberals do, there technically are none of these zones anywhere. And of course this is the slick trick of the left. Use a definition which defies reality and then advance that definition to debunk said reality. read more

Now There are 8 Continents

Scientists have identified a new continent to the east of Australia that they have named ‘Zealandia’.

At 4.9 million square kilometres (1.89 million-square-mile), Zealandia would be Earth’s eighth and smallest continent, if confirmed.

It is a region of mostly submerged land in the Pacific Ocean, and its coast may contain tens of billions of dollars worth of fossil fuels.

Scientists have identified a new continent to the east of Australia that they have named 'Zealandia'. The area encircled in red is the proposed new continent of Zealandia. At 4.9million square kilometres, Zealandia would be the smallest continent

 Scientists have identified a new continent to the east of Australia that they have named ‘Zealandia’. The area encircled in red is the proposed new continent of Zealandia. At 4.9million square kilometres, Zealandia would be the smallest continent

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Prisoner Paid for Time Served at Gitmo

by: the Common Constitutionalist

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For years many of us right-wingers complained that former president Obama (that is nice to say – former) was soft on terrorism. We showed incredulity at the naïveté of the president for releasing prisoners from the Detention Facility at Guantanimo Bay, Cuba.

“Does he not realize that a good many of these ‘detainees’ will just end up right back on the battlefield, looking to kill Americans,?” we said. And for some that did indeed occur.

Yet we do, or did, have something going for us – something we can hang our hat on. We can at least say we’re not Great Britain. As ill-advised as Obama’s Gitmo policy was, his judgment was still not as bad as England’s former Prime Minister, Tony Blair.

In 1994, British citizen, Ronald Fiddler, converted to Islam and changed his name to Jamal Udeen al-Harith, writes the Daily Mail.

In 2002, al-Harith was discovered in Afghanistan. After American forces captured him, “he denied being a terrorist and claimed to have been taken prisoner by the Taliban after visiting the Middle East as part of a ‘religious holiday.’” That’s where I always take my “religious holidays.” read more

Prepare for a Worldwide Ash Cloud

With 130 volcanoes – both active and inactive – Iceland is one of the most intensely volcanic places in the world.

An expert has now warned that four of the country’s biggest volcanoes are priming to erupt, which could lead to travel chaos.

The volcanoes in question are Katla, Hekla, Bárðarbunga and Grímsvötn – three of which have already erupted in the last 20 years.

The warning follows the 2010’s explosive eruption of Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull, which caused more than 10 million air passengers to be stranded and cost the European economy an estimated £4 billion ($4.9 billion).

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A Peanut to Help You Sleep

Forget sleeping pills. The latest insomnia cure comes in the form of a robot who you can curl up with to help you sleep through the night.

Dubbed Somnox, the peanut-shaped pillow measures your rate of breathing and then creates its own steady breathing rhythm in response.

Your body automatically picks up this breathing rhythm, helping you relax and drift off into a peaceful night’s sleep.

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Dead Sea Scroll Cave Found?

They are the world’s oldest biblical manuscripts, yet researchers believe that many Dead Sea Scrolls lie undiscovered.

In the hunt to find the precious relics, researchers have discovered a new cave near the northwestern shore of the Dead Sea.

Although the cave does not hold any scrolls, it contains many hints that it once did, including broken jars and iron pickaxe heads, which suggest looters may have stolen the manuscripts. read more

Self-Balancing Motorcycle

Honda's self-balancing motorcycle: I love to believe Honda R&D guys dress like this all dayHonda’s self-balancing motorcycle: I love to believe Honda R&D guys dress like this all day(Credit: Honda)

One of the cutest things we’ve seen at CES 2017 is Honda’s self-balancing motorcycle – a modified NC750S that uses technology derived from Honda’s self-balancing unicycles to keep itself upright. Plus, it can follow you around like a puppy at walking pace, which is adorable. read more

Introducing Uber Plane

Britain’s first Uber-style flight service which will allow people to order planes from their phones is expected to launch this year.

The service will see customers order flights for as little as £55 via an online app and leave within 30 minutes of booking.

Waves airline, expected to start commercial flights in July, will be launched on the Channel Islands – but its creator hopes that it will eventually be used throughout the UK.

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Waves airline, expected to start commercial flights in July, will be launched on the Channel Islands - but its creator hopes that it will eventually be used throughout the UK
Waves airline, expected to start commercial flights in July, will be launched on the Channel Islands – but its creator hopes that it will eventually be used throughout the UK

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