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By MisterMuncher
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Malcolm Armsteen wrote:Was at a service station in France on Wednesday that's just had a dozen Tesla-branded recharging points installed. Forward thinking." onclick=";return false;

Mailites still yearn for leaded petrol.
I ran across the same thing in the splendidly named Borris-In-Ossory, a tiny Town in the middle of Tipperary. Seemed very strange
By Timbo
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Same at Örnsköldsvik, northern Sweden. This town is the very definition of 'the middle of nowhere':


Half the taxis up there seem to be Teslas now, mostly due to the lifetime of free juice!
By Big Arnold
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'My purpose is to visit the sites around the mountain to find clues about catastrophic events in the past', said Professor Raul Esperante from the Geoscience Research Institute.
[Impressive title. Oh.]
The Geoscience Research Institute is sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
However, Dr Andrew Snelling young-Earth creationist with a Phd from the University of Sydney says that Mount Ararat can't be the location of the ark because the mountain did not form until after the flood waters receded.

First time I've ever agreed with a young-earth creationist, but not for his reason. ... z52N4BWEwY
By Big Arnold
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Are YOU a 2017 Mastermind? From the TV worm that terrified Britain to the fastest 'cigar' in the universe take JOHN HUMPHRYS' test to find out
6. Why did scientists get excited when they spotted an object that looked like a cigar hurtling through our solar system? ... z52e77CWN8
By Big Arnold
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Washington is worried about Russia's growing tactical nuclear weapons that is rumored to include a hypersonic, nuclear-powered undersea torpedo

Five times the speed of sound? Underwater? Right..... ... z5639dKJVi
By Big Arnold
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When it launches, the Falcon Heavy (left) will be the world's most powerful rocket, capable of carrying payloads far greater than even the Apollo 11 space shuttle (second from left) ... z56HAv1H52
By Big Arnold
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High-tech homes prove a headache for insurers as expensive gadgets push up cost of repairing flood and fire damage
It also warned that fire risks are rising as the banks of powerful computer servers that control smart homes can get very hot. ... z58G7r3Jax
By Cyclist
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I've just watched a short piece on Sky News about a gizmo called a Space Harpoon, designed and built in Stevenage, intended to clear old satellites and other junk that's orbiting the Earth putting active sate;;ites at risk of collision.

I can't wait for the Fail's take on this!
By Big Arnold
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Half a BILLION-year-old brains of terrifying sea monsters related to today's spiders and insects are found perfectly preserved in Greenland
Unlike the human brain, which has three segments, the fossilised brains of these predators only had a single segment.
Researchers say the animal would have been up to 10 inches (25cm) long.

Mail journalists must be easily terrified. ... z59vKhvDd4
By Big Arnold
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Mount Etna is 'sliding towards the Mediterranean Sea' with scientists warning that Europe's most active volcano could collapse in the future

The whole island of Sicily is creeping towards the Mediterranean at a rate of 14mm per year, scientists have warned.
Neat trick that. You'll include a photo of Vesuvius next. Oh.

Image ... n-Sea.html
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