Colored Fun Run or Potential Powder Keg?

You may not think combustible dust is something to worry about, but it’s more prevalent a cause for concern than you might suspect. Between 2009 and 2013, 57 combustible dust incidents caused 26 people to die, and another 129 to be injured. Now, after a fireball engulfed a crowd of patrons in Taiwan, authorities in […]
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Wal-Mart Tops the List for IT Spending in 2015

Information technology is quickly becoming one of the most expensive aspects of any business today. According to market researcher International Data Corp., Wal-Mart Stores Inc. spent more than $10.5 billion on information technology in 2015. In the years following the U.S. recession forcing significant spending cuts to IT, demand for business projects has increased. “They […]
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    Rising Temperatures Posing Serious Threat to Global Wheat Production

    Exceedingly high temperatures are not only a nuisance for the easily perspired, but there are some serious issues facing agriculture around the world. Significant climate change is affecting farms all over the world, and the scary part is that the potential severity is still unknown. No one is sure which crops are in the most […]
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    Squash Snubbed by International Olympic Committee, Will Not Be Included in Tokyo Games

    The game of Squash was invented in London, England around the year 1830, and the first specialized Squash shoe, which led to the founding of Hi-Tec Sports PLC, has now sold more than 19 million pairs. However, despite the fact that the game has been around for over 140 years, it has still not been […]
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    Famous Human Ancestor, Lucy, Died Falling From a Tree

    New research claims to have unearthed a tragic — and rather ironic — fate for one of humanity’s most famous ancestors. “Lucy,” the named skeleton of a hominid who lived in Africa more than 3 million years ago, apparently died after falling out of a tree. Lucy’s remains, which were discovered by archaeologists in Ethiopia […]
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    Heat Wave in Iraq Could be a Sign of Significant Global Warming Crisis

    Multiple areas of the Middle-East have experienced record-breaking temperatures this summer, and climate experts are warning that the oppressive heat and severe weather could be a harbinger of worse to come. The UN has predicted that the combined 400 million people residing in 22 Arab countries will grow to nearly 600 million by 2050, and […]