Straight Women Are Less Likely to Orgasm

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A new study seems to confirm what many women already know, that any other group such as lesbians, gay man, straight men, as well as bisexuals have more orgasms than heterosexual females. The discrepancies in the frequency of orgasms has been already well-documented, but scientists have yet to unravel all the mysteries behind it. The study has been published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior by … [Read more...]

Smart Students Are More Likely to Experience with Pot and Alcohol

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The idea that smart students only focus on productive and meaningful activities for their future, and the cool kids are the ones to enjoy the various experiences in life, may be quite antiquated. A new study has found that clever teenagers are more likely to smoke pot and drink alcohol than others in their age group. More specifically, the study published in the journal BMJ Open, reveals that … [Read more...]

Arctic Refreeze Plan Will Cost $500B

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One of the many dangers of climate is the accelerated melting of the polar caps, which lead to various environmental disasters, from sea level rise to the extinction of several species living at the poles. A new report revealed that the sea ice has hit another record low at both poles during winter. While the proposed solution in preventing the complete melting of the polar ice caps is to limit … [Read more...]

Valve News: Three VR Games, Paid Mods, Steam Greenlight

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Valve, the company behind Steam and other incredibly successful games like Half-Life, Portal, and others, has made news in last few days thanks to a number of official announcements regarding their upcoming games, and also because some of the most recent comments made by Gabe Newell. First of all, Newell has been quite vocal about how modders need to be compensated for their work, as they can … [Read more...]

Rocket League Gets Hot Wheels DLC

Rocket League cars

Ever since its launch, Rocket League has seen immense success and popularity with hardcore and casual gamers alike. Its combination of easy to start, hard to master gameplay has appealed to a lot of people and has even lead to the start of a professional esports competition.  The game was also able to thrive thanks to the continued support from its developers with various free or paid DLC. The … [Read more...]

Lenovo Refreshes the ThinkPad P Laptop Series

ThinkPad P71

During the Solidworks World 2017 conference, Lenovo, one of the world’s leading laptop producers, has unveiled the newly refreshed ThinkPad P laptops. The refreshed series includes three laptops, with one specially designed to provide a high-quality virtual reality experience. The newly upgraded ThinkPad P laptops are the following: the P51, P51s, and the P71, which is capable of creating and p … [Read more...]

Audi Recall Order Affects 576000 Vehicles at Risk of Fire Engine

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Audi, the Volkswagen-owned automaker, has issued a new recall order for around 576,000 vehicles due to the possibility of experiencing fire engine problems and the rupture of the airbags. This is the latest bad news in a string of problems for the German automakers, who is still reeling from last year’s Dieselgate scandal. Audi’s decision actually involves two different recall orders for dif … [Read more...]

Dropbox Paper Is Out of Beta

Dropbox mobile

The cloud storage market is becoming increasingly competitive as services like Google Drive, Microsoft’s OneDrive, and others, constantly improve their service in terms of features, options and price, in order to attract a larger user base.  While Dropbox was among the first and most successful companies to start in this recent market, it now has to face a lot of competition. However, it seems l … [Read more...]

Walmart Offers Free Health Checkups for Wellness Day

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Walmart will once again provide free health checkups to its customers this Sunday. The service is available thanks to Wellness Day. Walmart will offer health tests in all of its stores in the US. Walmart first started its Wellness Day last year and it proved to be a resounding success. So much so that it was called “America’s Biggest Health Fair” and it was the biggest health-screening event in … [Read more...]

For A Colourful Spring, Plant Bulbs This Fall

Plant bulbs to have spring flowers

September and October are the best months to plant spring bulbs. If you do this now, you will be able to admire your wonderful garden and enjoy a colourful spring. Unfortunately, things are not so easy when it comes to plating techniques. If the gardener doesn’t have experience,  it is possible to have no flowers when spring will come. The good news is that there are a lot of techniques anyone can … [Read more...]