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We present to you: Oris Aquis (Live Pics & Pricing)

Well, to the clock. Although we have not seen an Aquis relief panel before, Oris has used this style of its older divers from the Big Crown since the 1990s, so it's not a copy of Yacht Master's "me too". The combination of a radially-finished, flat-faced, red-colored, steel-coated frame works well on the flexible Aquis platform. In fact, this may …

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Marx's prototype in SpaceX is damaged by powerful winds

The top of the SpaceX's glitzy prototype of its giant Starship fell on Wednesday morning because of the strong winds. "I just heard," Elon Musk, founder of the company, wrote confirming that the car is no longer vertical. He added, "The 50-mile winds broke the mooring blocks late last night, and the bubbling burned out, it will take a couple …

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Modern Humans Are Mutating Slower Than Ever Before, Study Reveals

We do not want to alarm you, but your mutations are not what they were a million years ago. Sorry By comparing genetic changes in the offspring of various primates, researchers have determined the mutation rate of humans has slowed since we have parted ways. X-Men franchise fans might be disappointed, but the results could clear some questions about our …

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In Greenland and Antarctica even "safe" ice melts quickly – quartz

It was a bad ice week. Last Tuesday, the researchers announced that the East Antarctic ice shelf, which was previously thought to be stable or even growing, is actually melting alarmingly fast. And yesterday (January 21st), a new study found that southwestern Greenland, another area where ice was supposed to be safe, discards more melting waters in the ocean than …

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