The process has begun. The opposition of Belarus won a seat in Parliament for the first time in 20 years

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The online shops sell USB cables-C, which can damage the laptop

Engineer Google’s Benson Leung (Benson Leung) is designed for testing cables USB Type-C and publishes reports on Amazon. Now he has posted pictures of one egregious instance that he came across.
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The basics

Original taken from apxiv in post

As the famous journalist and historian of Moscow Vladimir Giljarovsky, “fear Not to bother, if you must eat” 🙂

The example of his colleagues suggested a method of distribution to interested parties of his book “foundations of logistics theory of civilization”. Comments fill in the delivery address and the recipient, indicate who and what to label from the author and put any amount of money, if only enough to forward packets, only do not enter me in the minus 🙂 a publicity stunt “limited offer” true – took the publishing house of the remnants of the circulation…


Live in the village, post office far away from me, because you typed more than three recipients, will immediately go to send tea do not iron, do not misunderstand it.

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A couple of extracts from "German" history

Original taken from serj_aleks in a Couple of strokes from Germanic history

1. “Black Tuesday” at the end of June 1901-St year. (*) The Bank of Leipzig, founded on the 5th of September 1838 year, as a joint stock company with a capital of 1.5 million thalers, which had branches in Chemnitz and Dresden … and in 1864 was placed at -, Klostergasse 3 … in 1898 a new building was erected on Rathausring (now Martin-Luther-Ring *) … in 1901 went bankrupt speculating on shares, losing 40 million gold marks …, August Heinrich Exner (*) – the last Director.


2. Johann Philipp Reis, German physicist and inventor, first in 1860 designed electric telephone (*), which in his honor is now called on the phone. For the first time this invention was shown to the public on 25 October 1861. Physikalischer Verein
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Extreme points of the lake. Geneva in 1780, was on the same latitude, is put as

Original taken from bskamalov in Extreme points of the lake. Geneva in 1780 had on the same latitude, roughly put as

and again the same thing, the OLD NORTH (and it is indicated on the map 1780) “zakosil” in the same direction as Rome, Paris, Berlin this period.



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Toyota 1400 patents robomobile, twice more than any other company


According to analytical Agency Thomson Reuters, the last two years Toyota has received hundreds of patents related to Autonomous driving. At the moment the company has about 1400 such patents. This is two times more than any other company. Of course, the number of patents does not correlate with market success of the company (or correlated, but weakly). However, the company’s success in the creation of robotic control systems, vehicles are becoming more obvious.
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Who knows whose skull it is?

I kadykchanskiy in Adygeya learned that I was looking for in the mountains a group of occultists SS

I v_stranstviyorg in Adygeya learned that I was looking for in the mountains a group of occultists SS

do terrao in Adygeya learned that I was looking for in the mountains a group of occultists SS

Two years ago Vladimir Melikov cavers brought two unusual skulls with horns, which they claimed was found in one of the caves on the Big Thach. In appearance they resembled the remains of animals, maybe even a very ancient fossil. But when he began to carefully examine finds (still used to work as a dentist), then just shivers ran through the skin.
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