• Why Rancilio is open for business - BeanScene

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    The coffee market is waking up after a challenging two-year period, and Rancilio Australia wants the industry to know that it’s open for business.

    With the start of a new year and renewed optimism in the Australian coffee market for a return to business as usual, Rancilio Australasia G

  • Want a Disney Like Dining Experience in Texas?

    by admin on 2022-06-03 21:23:23

    No joke, this place looks EXACTLY like a restaurant at Walt Disney World.

    Let me just say, I am one of THOSE adult Disney people. Feel free to judge me, I don't care. I love going to the parks and honestly some of my favorite things there are the food. Disney has some amazing restau

  • Rare albino Galapagos giant tortoise born in Swiss zoo

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    Geneva (AFP) – Visitors to a Swiss zoo caught a glimpse on Friday of a rar

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    North Carolina State University researchers found they could filter carbon dioxide from air and gas mixtures at promising rates using a proposed new textile-based filter that combines cotton fabric and an enzyme called carbonic anhydrase – one of nature’s tools for speeding chemical reacti

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    In 1915, Corning Inc. introduced a brand-new line of clear bakeware dishes made of shock-resistant glass. This bakeware wa

  • COVID today and the open line - Arkansas Times

    by admin on 2022-06-03 21:22:35

    Except for a busy LR homicide squad, it has seemed like a slow Saturday. Here’s the open line. Also:

    Here are the numbers on COVID-19 in Arkansas from the state Health Department, comparing the latest figures with those reported on Friday.

    Total cases: 835,857 an increase of

  • Zion United Church starts replacing old boiler after nearing $100K fundraising goal - MooseJawToday.com

    by admin on 2022-06-03 21:22:33

    With its fundraising goal in sight, Zion United Church has started to dismantle its old boiler system and expects to have the new system in place by October.

    Zion’s aging boiler needs a complete replacement, as it was installed in 1979. So, the church launched a fundraising campaig

  • Converting Pharmaceutical Glass into Ceramics

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    A paper recently published in the journal Materials demonstrated the commercial viability of upcycling pharmaceutical glass into ceramics.


  • VICE

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    Eat the rich! Bring out the guillotine! Off with their heads!

    Throughout human history we’ve had a big problem with the rich. Once someone gets a whiff of a big bank account they can get a bit greedy, a bit exploitative, a bit power hungry. But does money make people bad? Take for