How Your Sleeping Habits Are Affecting Your Body

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Even if you’re a morning person or enjoy midnight oil smoking, we’re all governed by so-called “bodily watches.” These bodily watches (which monitor your circadian rhythms) are inside almost every cell in the brain and monitor when we’re asleep and weary for 24 hours. But as it works out, our recent research discovered that our life watches had a much greater effect on us than we had thought before.

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The Cutest Solar Farm In The World

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In lines and columns, most wind plants align their solar arrays to create a lattice. But in Datong, China, a fresh solar power plant chose to have some pleasure with its layout. In the form of a giant panda, China Merchants New Energy Group, one of the biggest clean energy providers in the country, constructed a 248-acre solar farm.

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Five Cheapest Countries To Live In

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You’ve been talking for a while about relocating. In a distinct nation, start a fresh existence. You have some money remaining, but how long is it going to last? Well, if you migrate on this list to the nations, they might end up staying a very lengthy time. We’re speaking about living in the five cheapest nations. Let’s look at it.

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Majestic Power Of Human Brain

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It is a testament to human brain’s power and versatility that anyone with at least half of one tends to believe their senses offer them immediate access to objective truth. The reality is less simple and much more likely to cause existential conflicts: the senses do not effectively give the body a multifaceted outer world depiction.

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The game of the thermostat and how it’s affecting the productivity of men and women in the offices

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Researchers had 24 groups of individuals taking a sequence of trials in chambers with temperatures deliberately set to one of a spectrum of temperatures between 61 and 91 degrees Fahrenheit (a total of over 500 individuals). Respondents would obtain financial awards depending on how well they have done on their exams, thereby encouraging them to do their best.

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First American security flaw leaked 885 million real estate documents

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First American Financial Corporation left as many as 885 million real estate documents dating as far back as 2003 exposed, according to Krebs on Security. The company, one of the largest real estate title insurance firms in the US, has already fixed the vulnerability as of Friday afternoon after the security researcher notified it of the flaw.

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Ransomware attacks in US cities are using a stolen NSA tool

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The ransomware attacks in Baltimore and other US cities appear to have a common thread: they’re using NSA tools on the agency’s home soil. In-the-know security experts talking to the New York Times said the malware in the cyberattacks is using the NSA’s stolen EternalBlue as a “key component,” much like WannaCry and NotPetya. While the full list of affected cities isn’t available, San Antonio and the Pennsylvania city of Allentown have reportedly been victims of EternalBlue-based campaigns.

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Facebook reportedly courting help from Winklevoss twins for its cryptocurrency

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As Facebook continues to poke around at the possibility of creating its own digital currency, it’s created the possibility for the unlikeliest of reunions. According to the Financial Times, the social networking giant has held talks with the Winklevoss twins to discuss the possibility of using Gemini, a cryptocurrency exchange founded by the brothers, to store and distribute the planned Facebook coin. Engadget reached out to Facebook for additional information but the company declined to comment.

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