Bigcommerce Services by Spring Merchant: store owners have a place to rely on [S]

Store owners are in luck: whatever development services for Bigcommerce they want they can be offered by the Spring Merchant team. The team has worked for 4 years now in offering support and development for the Bigcommerce platform. Some members have even worked on the old team of programmers, when the ISC, Interspire Shopping Cart, […]

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Insanely hilarious: Apple Engineer Talks about the New 2015 Macbook

The video from above is a parody of the new 2015 Macbook. The original video is about a guy who skipped classes and who failed the exams. He explains how he failed the exams in a humorous way, but he also laughs like crazy. When you add MAC related subtitles then this whole things gets […]

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What’s the difference between US and UK English

Well, the differences are many. You could regards UK English as being a farmers language and US English as being from the city area. Both are neat, you understand both, but they are different like dialects. Check a list of words below posted by the 9GAG team on Facebook (9GAG):

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The minigun in video games: an awesomely destructive weapon

It is true that you could not wield that kind of weapon, but a minigun in a shooter game can always make you fight with confidence. When I played Doom 3 the minigun was handy in almost every situation. In the video from above you can see its history in the world of firearms and […]

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Pi day is over? Learn more about Pi from these videos

Whenever there is a circular path involved we encounter pi, the ratio between the circumference and the diameter of the circle. No matter what, pi is all over our technology. People can love or hate pi, but I take it simply as fact and don’t spend too much time thinking about it. Now, Hank Green […]

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Fighting cancer with tumor ablation?

Thuderf00t’s father has terminal liver cancer and thus Thunderf00t looked into tumor ablation, which is cancer killing by freezing, heating or poisoning the cancer area. He tested an artificial sugar called laculose and saw that it is highly hydrophilic, meaning that it takes up water from the surroundings. Would laculose help killing off cancer if […]

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Mesmerizing: water jumping on a gecko’s skin

Geckos are pretty much dry. The secret of gecko’s dryness have been uncovered by a team lead by Gregory and Jolanta Watson at the University of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia. The geckos are able to repel water by using their “geckovescence”. This geckovescence is caused by a dense array of minuscule, hair-like structures […]

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Heart Sun’s neutrino heartbeat

The researchers based in Gran Sasso National Laboratory near L’Aquila, Italy, about 1 kilometer into the ground, were able, even in 2007 to detect some of the neutrinos from the Sun, essentially confirming that the theorized fusion reactions, which include the presence of berilium, are correct. Science20 reported at that time about Sun’s neutrino heart […]

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What do all these science channels do all the time?

The guys at IFL Science have nailed it: none of the mainstream science channels actually do science. Except DNEWS I do not follow anything from Discovery Channel. The other science channels have gooten damn boring so I’ll skip them all the time. Have a comic here:

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Petition SUBWAY to remove dihydrogen monoxide from its products #h2okills

The guys at IFL Science have informed us that SUBWAY is using dihydrogen monoxide in their products. Dihydrogen monoxide is used as industrial solvent and coolant and also used in production of yoga mats. Call Food Babe and petition SUBWAY to remove dihydrogen monoxide from their products.

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