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Prehistoric Brits and the Irish Had a Gold Trading Route

Archaeologists at the University of Southampton have found evidence of an ancient gold trade route between the south-west of the UK and Ireland. A study suggests people were trading gold

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A GOOD APPETISER COULD MAKE YOUR MAIN COURSE LESS ENJOYABLE

Are you a chef? Or perhaps you like to cook for friends? Here is a secret weapon: if you make your appetiser a little bit boring, your guests will perceive

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The Smart Clothes of the Future

“Smartclothes” that read our bodies and the environment around us are not too far away. In this article Old Moore made some predictions about the coming decades. An interesting one

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Net-Savvy Chinese Are Falling In Love With Western Astrology

Young Chinese mainlanders are becoming increasingly fascinated by Western astrology. A report recently surfaced that a 13-sign zodiac was now the correct one, and that the 12-sign zodiac was out

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The Mystery of Moving Boulders on the Aran Islands

Perched atop the sheer coastal cliffs of Ireland’s Aran Islands, ridges of giant boulders have puzzled geologists for years. What forces could have torn these rocks from the cliff edges