How Much Water Should You Actually Drink Every Day?

Everyone knows humans need water and we can’t survive without it. We’ve all heard we should be aiming for eight glasses, or two litres of water per day. This target seems pretty steep when you think about how much water that actually is, and don’t we also get some water…

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Ferrari QuietlyVery QuietlyTests Electric Car

A video posted on YouTube last month shows a car at the Ferrari track making no sound as it accelerates from a full stop. While Ferrari has no plans to produce a full-electric car before 2022, the company is developing vehicles that will show “the full power of electrification,” Marchionne told…

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Buffett-Backed China Carmaker Gets More Love Than Tesla

BYD’s HK-traded shares get 18 buy rating vs 15 at year end China grants for longer range models may boost BYD earnings BYD Co. this year has not shaken analyst confidence in the Warren Buffett-backed Chinese electric carmaker. Long-term growth prospects for China’s new-energy vehicle market are overshadowing concerns about…

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CA also used sex compass and other quiz apps for sucking Facebook data, says former employee

Brittney Kaiser, a former employee for Cambridge Analytica — who left the company in January and is today giving evidence in front of a UK parliament committee that’s investigating online misinformation — has suggested that data on far more Facebook users may have found its way into the consultancy’s hands…

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Body of last missing family member found in California river

April 12: File photo shows the Eel River in Northern California.  (Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office via AP) Inside were the bodies of Sandeep Thottapilly, 41, and 9-year-old Saachi Thottapilly. The boy’s mother, Soumya Thottapilly, 38, was found Friday miles from the crash site in an area previously covered with water…

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Scientists fear Scott Pruitt’s new EPA rule will hurt health-related regulations

In regulating air and water pollution in the U.S., the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) leans on scientific studies to guide the writing of regulations. The agency is still relying on landmark studies, such as one conducted by Harvard University in 1993, that established the link between air pollution and premature…

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The Trump administration is hellbent on erasing the reality of people’s lives

Donald Trump’s authoritarian leanings are on full display nearly every day in his grandiose, paranoid tweets. The president’s anti-democratic impulses are one thing to behold — they often feel like an anomalous attack on America’s key norms and institutions.  But make no mistake: A similar strain of autocratic thinking has…

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Airbus is reportedly going to rename its newly acquired Bombardier C Series jet (BA)

Bombardier Airbus is reportedly thinking about renaming the Bombardier C Series. According to Bloomberg, the C Series may become the A200. Airbus acquired a 50.1% of the C Series program in October 2017. In October, Airbus announced the acquisition of Bombardier’s next-generation C Series airliner. Now, it looks like Airbus…

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