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Updated on November 29, 2021 by healthlines
A strike against Iran’s nuclear program, increased exercises and destroying Zionism in the world. Ominous signs indicate that Russia may conduct a military offensive in Ukraine as early as the coming winter 2022. What the hell is Putin doing?… Read More
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Updated on November 16, 2021 by healthlines
Memories of 2021. The energy sector was responsible for around three quarters of all greenhouse gas emissions. 2045: How we achieved a net zero world. Outright wars between states remain extremely rare, but new technologies and strategies are… Read More
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Updated on September 21, 2021 by healthlines
A grocery store that integrates digital conveniences like scan-and-go shopping, where customers can skip lines by using an app to buy their items. The surprisingly big business of library E-books. Digital content gives publishers more power over prices,… Read More
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