Canon patents a lens cap you can’t possibly lose

Any photographer worth their salt knows that at some point, they’re going to be losing lens caps – either while out in the field or somewhere at the bottom of their bag. Most of us have spares, but for those who don’t […]

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Mississippi Bans Meat-Related Names for Vegetarian Product Labels

Source: miikkahoo, “Veggie Burger with Zucchini/Feta/Pea Patty,” wikimedia.org, June 13, 2018 A new law in Mississippi (SB 2922) bans the use of certain descriptive words traditionally associated with meat products on labels for vegetarian and vegan plant-based products. As of July 1, […]

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How to watch Fight for the Fallen: live stream the AEW PVV online from anywhere

All Elite Wrestling continues to grab attention as it looks to body slam the all-powerful WWE. AEW Fight for the Fallen comes hot on the heels of grapple extravaganzas Double or Nothing and Fyter Fest. You can see all the action tonight […]

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It's time for energy freedom in Alabama

Alabama is ranked 13th in the nation as having the greatest solar potential, yet only 0.26% of its energy comes from solar, leaving the state far behind others when it comes to total installed solar capacity. According to an annual report produced […]

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Study reveals ISP-supplied broadband modems under-performing

The NBN is pushing to make 50Mbps download speeds (and 20Mbps upload) the norm in Australia, but many customers are opting for the 100Mbps speed tier when they sign up for a new connection. However, if you find you aren’t able to […]

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Climate Change Threatens 38% of World’s Primates

A ring-tailed lemur eats grass. This primate is endangered and lives in Madagascar. A June 17, 2019 study published in Nature Climate Change found that 38% of primates are threatened by climate change, including lemurs, langurs, and orangutans. The researchers found that these […]

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Cybercrooks built their own VPN to hack into global telcos

Cybercriminals have managed to infiltrate over a dozen mobile carriers around the world and gain complete control of their networks without their knowledge according to new research from Cybereason. Last year, the Cybereason Nocturnus team discovered an advanced, persistent attack targeting global […]

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Zoos – Top 3 Pros and Cons

  Pro 1 Zoos educate the public about animals and conservation efforts. As of Apr. 2019, there are 236 accredited zoos in the United States. The zoos attract over 181 million visitors annually, which is more than the approximately 131 million yearly […]

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Permanent Daylight Saving Time Considered by States

Permanent daylight saving time means that when clocks are adjusted to “spring forward” by an hour from March to November, they would never “fall back,” thus creating more sunlight in the evening hours. A permanent daylight saving time (DST) bill, HB 1196, […]

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