How to choose a wardrobe correctly: recommendations of specialists

July 22, 2021

If more recently wardrobes were considered a relative novelty, now everything has changed dramatically. Furniture has become popular and in demand. And there was such a change due to the technical characteristics, practicality and its functionality. A convenient household item not only perfectly copes with its responsibility for the safety of things, but also saves free space in the room. It is not at all easy to make your choice…

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A man from Australia gave himself away when he reported the theft of his marijuana to the police

July 22, 2021

A man from Australia is accused of growing marijuana, after he gave himself away in an unusual way. A resident of Tennant Creek, 61-year-old William Pointon, called the police when he noticed that one of the marijuana bushes he was growing was missing. Upon arrival, the police found about 70 plants, some of them reached 1.5 meters in height. This was more than enough to take Poynton into custody on…

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The water in an ancient Indian lake suddenly turned pink

July 22, 2021

The waters of the ancient Lonar Lake in the Indian state of Maharashtra suddenly turned pink just a few days ago. Scientists are finding out what exactly caused this unusual phenomenon. Experts have some assumptions: they believe that the color of the water could be affected by an increase in the concentration of salt, algae, or a combination of these two factors. There is already an example of such a…

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New NBA season begins on December 22

November 10, 2020

The start date of the new NBA season has been confirmed. According to a Metaratings source, the new NBA season kicks off on December 22. Teams will play 72 matches in the regular season. Teams' training camps are due to open on December 1. By this date, all financial issues should be settled, and players who are in the status of free agents should be able to sign contracts with…

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Denmark to kill 17 million minks due to mutated COVID-19 virus

November 10, 2020

The number of victims of the coronavirus was replenished by minks: in Denmark 17 million animals will be killed after it turned out that they are carriers of the coronavirus. This is reported by the magazine «More». The first cases of COVID-19 mutation in minks were recorded back in June 2020, after employees of mink farms fell ill. The country's government reacted categorically to the situation, announcing that it would…

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Joe Biden plans to reverse Trump decrees in his early days as president of the United States

November 10, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden has pledged to restore the United States to a leading role on the global stage by making a policy turnaround and repealing some of the decrees of his predecessor, Donald Trump. According to Biden, he will begin to translate his campaign promises into reality at the beginning of his presidency. COVID-19 First of all, he will focus on the coronavirus pandemic, writes CNN. In a speech on…

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Research shows that chili peppers prolong life

November 10, 2020

A new study from the United States found that those of us who eat chili are about a quarter less likely to die from cancer and heart disease. Researchers have found that the capsaicin found in hot chili peppers is an anti-inflammatory ingredient. Scientists believe that capsaicin has antioxidant properties, may help prevent inflammation, as well as prevent high blood glucose levels, Science Daily reported. Bo Xu, study chief and…

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A helicopter with a donor heart crashed on the roof of a hospital, but the organ was successfully transplanted to a patient

November 10, 2020

In a chilling video, a paramedic stumbled and dropped his heart for transplant on the ground after a helicopter carrying an organ donor crashed on the roof of a Los Angeles hospital. The video captured the moment when the pilot loses control of the aircraft and the helicopter crashes onto the site. “Oh my god, my god, my god,” is heard the cry of one of the eyewitnesses below, as…

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