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Dark Knight Rises is no. 1 movie to see this summer

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Summer movies are coming, and iconic superheroes will dominate as Dark Knight Rises, Avengers, and The Amazing Spider-Man duke it out for box office supremacy, while the sci-fi derby includes fresh takes on the Alien saga (Prometheus) and Philip K. Dick (Total Recall), plus a return visit to MIB headquarters. Of course, it’s not all grenades and gunshots. Just see a shirtless Tom Cruise in...

The Independent reported last week that "nothing is small in North Korea apart from the people, who are on average three inches shorter than their cousins in the South"

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Many reports claimed that North Koreans are a few inches shorter than their counterparts south of the border. Is that true? North Korea’s recent failure to launch a long-range rocket was embarrassing for its new leader, Kim Jong-Un. It was supposed to be a symbol of progress. Renewed media interest in North Korea since Kim Jong-Un replaced his father has prompted the re-emergence of a claim...

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San Mateo, Calif.– Marketo announced on April 18, 2012 that it has redefined marketing automation with the acquisition of Crowd Factory, Inc., a leading social campaign management platform. With its first acquisition, Marketo breaks social marketing from its usual silo, making it an integrated and integral part of every online marketing initiative. With social marketing a mandate for every compan...

Mindbomb’s latest poster campaign is raising the flag about the very basic but grossly obscured trade-off entailed by the planned gold mine at Rosia Montana through cyanide leaching

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Mindbomb’s action The Golden Lie that Kills – MindBomb for Roşia Montană aims to raise public awareness in Romania about the toxic propaganda used in Rosia Montana of Gold Corporation’s (RMGC) media campaign. Aggressively broadcast on TV channels and across a wide range of Romanian media, RMGC’s publicity aims at embellishing the image of the company. RMGC has flooded Romania with its brand...

College dropout Jason Padgett has been hailed a unique maths genius after his brain was damaged in a brutal attack by muggers

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College dropout Jason Padgett has been hailed a unique maths genius after his brain was damaged in a brutal attack by muggers. Jason Padgett, 41, was left concussed after he was ambushed outside a karaoke club and repeatedly kicked in the head. Now, wherever he looks, Jason Padgett sees mathematical formulas and turns them into stunning, intricate diagrams he can draw by hand. He is the only pers...

Microsoft has announced its new Xbox One’s launch date and price

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Microsoft has announced its new Xbox One’s launch date and price. Xbox One console will go on sale in November this year, with a recommended retail price of $499 in the US, £429 in the UK and 499 euros in Europe. The announcement was made during its keynote opening event at the E3 games expo in Los Angeles. Rival console manufacturer Sony said its console would be out during the “holiday 20...

Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon’s twins, Moroccan and Monroe, celebrated their first anniversary in Paris

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Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon’s twins, Moroccan and Monroe, celebrated their first anniversary in Paris with a get together most parents couldn’t even afford to dream of for their toddlers. Mariah Carey, 42, and her husband, Nick Cannon, 31, held a luxury bash inside Plaza Athenee decking out the kids – known affectionately as “dem babies”- in angelic outfits. While their little girl,...

Researchers have succeeded in mimicking the chemistry of life in synthetic versions of DNA and RNA molecules

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Researchers from UK Medical Research Council’s Laboratory of Molecular Biology have succeeded in mimicking the chemistry of life in synthetic versions of DNA and RNA molecules. The work shows that DNA and its chemical cousin RNA are not unique in their ability to encode information and to pass it on through heredity. The work, reported in Science, is promising for future “synthetic bi...

Thomas Kinkade, the Painter of Light, died from what appear to have been natural causes at 54

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Thomas Kinkade, the Painter of Light, one of America’s most popular artist, died from what appear to have been natural causes at 54. Nanette, the recently widowed wife of Thomas Kinkade, released a statement from the family which said: “Thom[-as Kinkade] provided a wonderful life for his family. We are shocked and saddened by his death.” Paintings by Thomas Kinkade range in price from hundreds of...

President Barack Obama said he is pushing for "a world without nuclear weapons" ahead of Seoul Nuclear Security Summit

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Speaking ahead of Seoul Nuclear Security Summit, which aimed at reducing the risk of nuclear terrorism, US President Barack Obama says he is pushing for “a world without nuclear weapons”, making direct appeals to North Korea and Iran. Barack Obama also pledged to work with Russia and China. He emphasized the US’s unique position to seek change but said “serious sustained g...

Australian beer brewer XXXX Gold has created an island paradise just for men on Pumpkin Island in Queensland

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Australian beer brewer XXXX Gold has created an island paradise just for men on Pumpkin Island in Queensland. XXXX Gold has negotiated a three-year lease on a 6 ha island on the southern Great Barrier Reef, with the aim of turning it into a blokes’ paradise called “XXXX Island”. From October, the beer company plans to send groups of four mates, selected through promotional event...

Multituberculates are the only major branch of mammals to have become completely extinct, and have no living descendants

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Multituberculates, a group of rodent-like mammals that existed for approximately 120 million years, survived after dinosaur extinction because they were adapted to eating flowering plants, say scientists. The “mass extinction event” which wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago is thought to have been caused by an asteroid or volcanic activity. Once the dinosaurs were no more, the rodent-lik...

The fossilized bones of a foot were discovered in Ethiopia and dated to be 3.4 million years

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The fossilized bones of a foot that were discovered in Ethiopia and dated to be 3.4 million years old gave scientists a fascinating new insight into the evolution of humans and our ability to walk. The researchers say they do not have enough remains to identify the species of hominin, or human ancestor, from which the right foot came. But they tell Nature journal that just the shape of the bones...

Earl Scruggs, the pioneering banjo player who is credited with helping create modern country music, has died in Nashville aged 88

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Earl Scruggs, the pioneering banjo player who is credited with helping create modern country music, has died in Nashville aged 88. Earl Scruggs died of natural causes at a Nashville hospital on Wednesday, his son Gary said. The musician was known for his unique banjo playing technique, which involved just three fingers. It later became known as “the Scruggs picking style”. Earl Scrugg...

Dr. Web has reported that more than half a million Apple computers have been infected with the Flashback Trojan

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Dr. Web, a Russian anti-virus firm, has reported that more than half a million Apple computers have been infected with the Flashback Trojan. The report claims that about 600,000 Macs have installed the malware – potentially allowing them to be hijacked and used as a “botnet”. Dr. Web says that more than half that number are based in the US. Apple has released a security update,...

Neurons in the hippocampus exposed to large amounts of alcohol produce steroids, which inhibit the formation of memory (left), vs. normal neurons (right)

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It was often said that alcohol killing off brain cells is behind the blackouts, but according to a new study what’s actually happening is that booze is preventing new memories being recorded in the first place. Yukitoshi Izumi, research professor of psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, said: “We’ve found that exposure to alcohol inhibits some receptors and later ac...

Charles Pick's memoirs reveal Wallis Simpson was furious when Marilyn Monroe started to appear on newspaper front pages in place of her

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The late literary agent Charles Pick’s memoirs revealed why Wallis Simpson hated Marilyn Monroe alongside other encounters with 20th century icons, including the Duke of Windsor and the Queen, that he racked up over the course of his career. The memoirs, Charles Pick’s diaries, letters and photographs are available to view for the first time at the University of East Anglia, after the...

Find your memorable Halloween costume in one of the London shops

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Halloween is nearly upon us and with it, the need for some seriously spooky last minute costumes. So whether you seek some full-on Dracula attire, a ghostly frock, a dash of fake blood or pair of comedy fangs, you’ll find them all here: Angels, 119 Shaftesbury Avenue, WC2H 8AE (020 7836 5678) London’s most famous and well-equipped fancy dress shop stocks everything from opulent Elizabethan frocks...

Ralph Steinman, who won the Nobel Prize for medicine for work on fighting cancer, died of the disease himself just three days before he could be told of his award

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Ralph Steinman, a New York scientist working on a cure for cancer today won the Nobel Prize for medicine, but he had tragically died of the disease just three days ago. Ralph Steinman, 68, had been treating himself with a groundbreaking therapy based on his own research into the body’s immune system but died on September 30 after a four-year battle with pancreatic cancer. The Nobel committe...

Elizabeth Taylor Collection of gems, gowns and art is unveiled at Christie's in London today

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Elizabeth Taylor Collection of gems, gowns and art is unveiled at Christie’s in London today. Elizabeth Taylor was renowned for her impeccable taste in jewellery, and over her lifetime amassed a dazzling collection worth a staggering $30 million (£20million). Many of the pieces were designed by Elizabeth Taylor herself in partnership with her favoured jewellery house, Cartier, and many best...

Over 120,000 people attended LovEvolution in 2008 in San Francisco.

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The largest single day electronic dance music event, LovEvolution: A Dance Music Parade and Festival is hosted at the historical stadium O.co Coliseum and Oracle Arena in Oakland, California on Saturday, September 24, 2011.   LovEvolution 2011 has a main stage, a grassy area at the Supperclub, 17 community produced, unique floats, with great names in dance music (Moby and Markus Schulz), top...

Abraxane, approved by FDA for breast cancer, could be a life-prolonging drug for patients with advanced pancreatic cancer.

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Abraxane plus gemcitabine achieved a median overall survival of 12.2 months in patients with advanced pancreatic cancer, study reports. Patients with high-SPARC biomarker achieved significantly higher overall survival.   Celgene International Sàrl announced on October 6 that results from a clinical study of Abraxane (paclitaxel albumin-bound particles for injectable suspension) in combinatio...

Unsound Festival 2011 theme is inspired from Future Shock by Alvin Toffler (1970).

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Unsound Festival 2011, an original week-long avant-garde music event, starts on October 9 in Kraków, Poland.   Unsound Festival started in 2003 as an underground event of advanced music, and its importance has grown over the years. The annual event is produced by Fundacja Tone, a not-for-profit organization. Unsound has created smaller events in Prague, Warsaw, Bratslava, Kiev, and Minsk, th...

Yeti footprint found in Himalaya in 2008

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Russian officials have said they have found “indisputable evidence” that yetis creatures exist and are living in Siberia. The information has been heard during an international conference after an expedition tracked down Yeti in the Mount Shoria area. But the expedition team has no convincing photographic or DNA evidence. Their claim appears to be based on bent branches, a single unclear footprin...

Using a tanning device before the age of 20 increases the risk of melanoma by two times.

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Taking a new step on preventing melanoma, Edmund G. Brown, Jr., California Governor, signed on October 9 SB 746 into a law that restricts persons under age of 18 from using indoor tanning devices.   The law takes effect starting January 1, 2012. It is the first time in the U.S. when a state interdicts tanning beds use to minors. Senate Bill 746 replaces the current law, which allows teens (1...