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Please stop spreading this stupid solo fan theory

Warning: This article contains important spoilers for Solo: A Star Wars Story There is a new Star Wars movie, and against all odds it is pretty good. We've asked for a glimpse of the shabby, criminal abdomen of the galaxy since we first saw Jabba the Hutt, and Solo delivers not only in this regard; It proves that there are …

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The crazy implications of a Gorillaz / Powerpuff crossover

Yesterday, the latest music video was released by Gorillaz, the most controversial virtual band since Dr. Teeth and Electric Mayhem kicked their cocaine habit. "Humility" from their upcoming album The Now Now shows a new direction that hits the band. But aside from the summery new sound, there's another addition to Gorillaz that could change the world as we know …

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Meet the darkest shark in the world

When you hear the word "shark," you're probably thinking of those streamlined biological torpedoes with far too many teeth that we know from television and movies, that we love and fear. But before evolution had torn the corners and edges, there were a lot of animals that looked completely stupid. One of these animals was an early shark species named …

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One of Tropes oldest detective will change

Recently it became known that BBC and Amazon make a three-part series adaptation of Agatha Christie's The ABC Murders one of the greatest detective stories with Hercule Poirot, the legendary Belgian, beagle, noble in Edwardian Britain Killings. Over the years, many great British actors have portrayed Poirot – none more famous than David Suchet, who played the detective with the …

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10 uncomfortable truths about the American Revolution

The American Revolution and the Founding Fathers are virtually idolized in modern America, and many of the greatest figures of that time have become demigods of American myths and legends. The truth, however, is that much of the reasoning for the revolution was not as pure as the history books express, and although it is now extremely popular, the ordinary …

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5 stupid typos that led to total anarchy

2 One bank almost lost millions because someone fell asleep on their keyboard "I fell asleep at work", many stories begin when one asks someone why he misses the right half of their body. The work accident reports are brimming with people who snap off for a second and pay the price. But when a banker in a comfortable office …

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5 terrifying plots that became silly disasters

The yacht finally collapsed and had to be rescued by the Barbados Coast Guard. With Biggs in Barbadian detention, the soldiers congratulated themselves on a well-done job. Unless … Barbados had no extradition treaty with Britain. Fairly, everyone thought they had signed a treaty in 1979, but it turned out that the Barbados government never tried to ratify it. In …

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10 things you probably did not know about mammoths

Mammoths are among the most iconic beasts. The giant mammals roamed the earth for millions of years before finally disappearing a few thousand years ago. However, scientists now believe we could have the tools to bring them back from the dead . Almost perfectly preserved specimens from the icy Siberian tundra have revealed their secrets. Her entire genetic code was …

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5 Good ideas that flees the rails

Take all of Jefferson's complaints about the smell and the general "iciness", then imagine that they are festering for most of spring. The Biosolid train has pretty much closed the city, because nobody could take a step outside without wondering if they falsely dropped into the basement of an adjoining building. It took many more weeks for the garbage to …

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5 Ways Uber (and similar companies) devastating the world

3 You can steal your landlord's house with the rights of domestic workers In October 2015, UC Berkeley Professor Elizabeth Abel rented her house while on a research trip to Paris. She used an Airbnb-like site called Sabbatical Homes, which offers rentals to and from traveling professors, and argued that there was an "implicit degree of trust among academics." Feeling …

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