NEWS 04.March.2016

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Europe is facing an ‘Arab invasion’, Pope Francis mused while addressing a French Christian group, adding that the trend is actually a positive one.

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Sex industry should be decriminalized, says Corbyn
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Users of the social media dating app Tinder are more likely to have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) than non-users, according to a poll carried out by pharmaceutical company Medexpress.

Published Thursday, the poll found that while over three quarters of Tinder users had contracted an STI while only 38 percent of non-users had caught a dose.

The study assessed 2,899 sexually active adults to see who had caught a sexually transmitted disease. STIs caught by UK Tinder users included herpes, gonorrhea, genital warts and chlamydia.

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Plug pulled? Mexican river disappears into a sinkhole
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Soft robot breakthrough: Artificial ‘octopus skin’ stretches to 6 times original size, changes color
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Editorial Note;

Which is our 1,5 year old innovation of expandable phone. Meaning: by pressing a button your mobile will quickly expand 2, 3, 4… times so you would be able comfortable to watch movie content and not only on your device.

Actually our idea was based on human organs that can expend in close circuit. 

‘Lightning Strike’: US military’s new fan-powered war plane revealed

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Editorial Note:

I will call this baby Chaplin MX15 since it can be totally soundless. Below 33 years old movie with surveillance that was already in use…

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One of the top US experts on automated weapons systems is urging against their development, arguing that human elements will always be necessary to avoid catastrophic accidents, fatal errors and ethical issues.

Autonomous weapons “pose a novel risk of mass fratricide, with large numbers of weapons turning on friendly forces. This could be because of hacking, enemy behavioral manipulation, unexpected interactions with the environment, or simple malfunctions or software errors,” warned Paul Scharre, senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS).

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Targeting cancer’s ‘Achilles heel’ could revolutionize treatment, scientists claim
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