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How are there pictures of the earth from space and from space stations from earth’s orbit, when we rotate over 1000 mph?

Why don’t you ask what is the circumference of Earth? 24,901 miles. That’s why it takes roughly 24 hours to go around one time, because it’s rotation at the equator is about 1,040.4 mph (much slower where you live further north). 99 more words

Science

Drew Brees' Saturday mornings involve pancakes and Rummikub

For NFL players. Sundays are game day — a time filled with blood, sweat and the pain and glory that comes from playing at the professional level. 210 more words

SOCIAL MEDIA

This Tower of Power Keeps Gadgets Charged and Computers Protected

* Eight-outlet surge protector (1500 Joules)
* Tower configuration takes up little space
* Six USB charging ports

Surge protectors are everywhere. In your office, at home and under your bed. 231 more words

Electronics

Pip Edwards on how to start your own business and style your activewear

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Fitness

What nobody is telling you about the cyberattack

By Wayne Boyd May 14, 2017: There are many aspects to this ransomware attack that have yet to be mentioned.

All of the systems attacked, it seems, are running older, unpatched, sometimes even illegally cloned versions of Microsoft Windows. 209 more words

Linux

Is This It For SnapChat Spectacles?

When a new gadget appears on the market and looks like it has come from a James Bond movie the chances are that it was probably first seen in a James Bond or another spy movie. 586 more words

Technology

Google, Facebook & Twitter Have Been Sued in Federal Court for Sponsoring Terrorism

As reported by the Los Angles Times on May 3rd 2017, “relatives of the victims of the San Bernardino terrorist attack filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday against Twitter, Google and Facebook. 725 more words

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