The most dangerous Olympic sport

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Make your body to do something beyond human capabilities — a constant path to serious injury. Even the Olympics where the best athletes of the planet, conduct our sad statistics. Recently, Armenian weightlifter Andranik Karapetyan broke his elbow, trying to take too heavy weight and this is just one of many such cases. Sport, of course, necessary for each person, but not the same price!



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The fate of the building of Deutsche Bank

In the building of Deutsche Bank, which is in the photo at the back… there was a big hole from the fact that he dropped a piece of the South tower (world trade center).


…it was dismantled brick by brick, each brick is Packed in plastic and buried in the dump for toxic waste.
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The most dangerous predators of the planet

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Grizzly bears are North American relatives of the brown bear. They belong to the 10 most aggressive and ferocious animal in the world. This is a very large and fairly mean beast, whose body covers the long and bushy dark brown hair. A feature of the grizzly is wide and short skull, large bones of the nose, small ears and relatively small tail.
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The most dangerous predators of the planet

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Grizzly bears are North American relatives of the brown bear. They belong to the 10 most aggressive and ferocious animal in the world. This is a very large and fairly mean beast, whose body covers the long and bushy dark brown hair. A feature of the grizzly is wide and short skull, large bones of the nose, small ears and relatively small tail.
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Free app MyShake, developed in the laboratory of UC Berkeley will turn the smartphone into a mini-seismograph

We welcome our readers to the pages of the blog iCover. Today we will talk about the free app MyShake developed at the seismological laboratory of the University of Berkeley in California. The application works on the smartphone in the background and allows the user to proactively fix potentially dangerous seismic activity.



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