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‘Game of Thrones’ prequels coming to HBO

Game of Thrones is over, but the world of Westeros lives on, in the form of multiple spinoff series in various stages of development. Not even a polarizing final season that drew mixed reviews from critics and fans has dampened fan enthusiasm for the spinoffs, which will bring to life more stories from George R.R. Martin’s epic fantasy book series, ...

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Apple TV’s Star Studded Debut

The reviews are in for Apple TV+’s first wave of original shows, headlined by its A-list tentpole The Morning Show. Starring Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell, the 10-episode drama follows a morning news program thrown into disarray after lead anchor Mitch Kessler (Carell) is accused of sexual assault and fired from the show, leaving his longtime partner Alex ...

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Miley Cyrus Shows Off Her Body On Instagram

Miley Cyrus tested Instagram’s community guidelines on Tuesday by posting a series of selfies in which her nipples are exposed. In the series of photos, the 26-year-old singer is seen rocking a sheer white tank top paired with denim cut-off shorts. Cyrus appeared to take the first three pics in her bathroom mirror, while the last two photos feature Cyrus sitting outside with ...

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Scientists Have Made Another Major Discovery About Early Humans

Humanity’s ancient family tree is set to be shaken up by fossil skeletons found embedded in rock at a site near Johannesburg, South Africa. Scientists beleive it could be another long lost human cousin. “We have another major hominin discovery,” said Lee Berger at New Scientist Live on Saturday. In the past decade,  Berger at the University of the Witwatersrand ...

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Democrats Want To Make Joining The NRA Illegal

Over the past two decades, Democrats have been pushing very hard to do away with the Second Amendment. Both nationally and at state levels, many Democrats have pushed legislation to restrict gun ownership as much as possible. In some states, such as New York, Maryland and California and cities like Chicago, Baltimore and Los Angeles, Democrats have succeeded in passing ...

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Giant Black Hole In The Center Of Our Galaxy ‘Recently’ Exploded

The supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way exploded 3.5 million years ago, according to astronomers. This is considered to be “astonishingly recent” in galactic terms and is changing what scientists thought they knew about our galaxy. “This is a dramatic event that happened a few million years ago in the Milky Way’s history,” said Lisa Kewley, ...

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Why European Millennials Are Not Like Their American Counterparts

In public perception, age is often related to political views. “Not to be a republican at 20 is proof of want of heart; to be one at 30 is proof of want of head,” the 19th-century French monarchist François Guizot is supposed to have said. King Louis Philippe’s prime minister was swept from power by the 1848 revolution, presumably by ...

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How To Stay Fit Like Tiger Woods

That strap on Tiger Woods’ wrist? It tracks his every move Produced by a Boston-based company of the same name, the Whoop 3.0 plays the role of physician’s aide and performance coach wrapped into one. Its sensors gather round-the-clock data on a range of health-related variables, including heart-rate, sleep patterns and strain (essentially, a measure of how hard your body ...

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Can We Learn Something From The Japanese Diet?

Reflective of Japan’s own KonMari method, the Japanese diet is based on the principle of minimalism. The diet includes minimally processed whole-food and plant-based food without the addition of sauces and seasonings to avoid drowning out natural flavors. It consists of limited animal proteins and added sugars. The Japanese diet can be considered the counterpart of the Okinawan diet, which ...

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Millennials Are Putting An End To Big Oil

It sounds harsh, but it’s true: millennials really do ruin everything. And the oil industry will be no exception. From talent acquisition to courting investors, to finding new end uses for petroleum, the oil industry is facing a whole new set of challenges—one that extends far beyond geopolitical risk premiums and barrel prices. Oil companies who are quicker to adapt ...

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