Angelina Jolie Hits Back At Her Critics For Using Exploitative Casting Methods For Her New Film

Angelina Jolie Hits Back At Her Critics For Using Exploitative Casting Methods For Her New Film

Angelina Jolie Hits Back At Her Critics For Using Exploitative Casting Methods For Her New Film Angelina Jolie just broke her silence regarding the latest issue that has been chasing her in the past days. The Hollywood superstar just hit at her critics who accused her of employing exploitative casting methods for her new movie, “First They Killed My Father”. The former wife of Brad Pitt has been at the center of several issues and it all started when the couple announced their official separation last year. Now, Angelina Jolie…

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Justin Bieber slapped with fine for using phone while driving

Justin Bieber slapped with fine for using phone while driving

Justin Bieber slapped with fine for using phone while driving Canadian singer Justin Bieber, who rose to overnight fame with single ‘Baby’, has had quite a few run in with the law enforcement. He has been arrested for speeding also. He had been reportedly driving 25 miles per hour above the stipulated speed limit. Singer Justin Bieber was stopped by a police officer and was fined for using his cell phone while driving a car. The incident took place on Saturday when Bieber was spotted driving his black Mercedes G-Wagon, reports tmz.com. According…

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Ghostly Images of WiFi Signals Captured Using Long Exposure Photography and an Android App

Ghostly Images of WiFi Signals Captured Using Long Exposure Photography and an Android App

Ghostly Images of WiFi Signals Captured Using Long Exposure Photography and an Android App So much of the world today is invisible to cameras. Technology operates in a light-less world of zeroes and ones, electromagnetic waves that fly over our heads in ever-increasing abundance. For his fascinating project Digital Ethereal, designer Luis Hernan set out to capture one of these invisible signals, WiFi, using a creative combination of long exposure photography and an Android app. Since you can’t just set up your camera next to your router, click the shutter…

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Researcher Believes Time Travel Is Possible With His Mathematical Equation Using Curved Space-Time

Researcher Believes Time Travel Is Possible With His Mathematical Equation Using Curved Space-Time

Researcher Believes Time Travel Is Possible With His Mathematical Equation Using Curved Space-Time After some serious number crunching, a UBC researcher has come up with a mathematical model for a viable time machine. Ben Tippett, a mathematics and physics instructor at UBC’s Okanagan campus, recently published a study about the feasibility of time travel. Tippett, whose field of expertise is Einstein’s theory of general relativity, studies black holes and science fiction when he’s not teaching. Using math and physics, he has created a formula that describes a method for time…

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Are Militant Atheists Using Chemtrails to Poison the Angels in Heaven?

Militant Atheists Using Chemtrails to Poison the Angels in Heaven?

Are Militant Atheists Using Chemtrails to Poison the Angels in Heaven? Militant  : With the scourges of typhus, malaria and dengue fever raging through communities in the 1940s, the United States government did a curious thing. They loaded up airplanes with the chemical DDT and commenced aerial spraying to wipe out the insects spreading these diseases. At first, the technology behind such dispersals was crude, but over time it became sophisticated and efficient. This public usage of DDT, both in the air and on the streets of our cities, continued…

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Using A Stability Ball In Your Training

Using A Stability Ball In Your Training

Using A Stability Ball In Your Training  = If there is one equipment you should not miss in your training, it is the stability ball. The market comes up with new training tools every now and then. Yet you are not sure if they do work and if they are safe. So for one that is guaranteed to work, use the stability ball. What Is a Stability Ball? This is a large and inflatable ball used as an exercise equipment. Despite being air-filled, it is generally heavy-duty and capable to…

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Grow your Glutes with Plyometric Exercises

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Grow your Glutes with Plyometric Exercises Build strength, speed and increase vertical jump by using plyometrics exercises up to three times per week. Plyometrics increases the activation of muscles in your glutes for enhanced growth and better athletic performance. Plyometrics are also known for increasing jumping skill, reactive strength, and coordination. There are several different plyometric exercises but here are three: Front Box Jump The most popular plyometric exercise used to strengthen glute muscles and quadriceps. Very effective at increasing your vertical jump. Use a plyo box and put it…

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Boyfriend, 32, who nearly lost his leg in a motorbike smash gets down on one knee to propose to his girlfriend after his joint was completely rebuilt using a donor

Boyfriend

Boyfriend, 32, who nearly lost his leg in a motorbike smash gets down on one knee to propose to his girlfriend after his joint was completely rebuilt using a donor Boyfriend : This is the moment a man who nearly lost his leg in a horror smash got down on one knee to propose to his girlfriend after his joint was completely rebuilt using a donor. Stuart Jotham popped the question under the Northern Lights after going on holiday to Iceland with his partner Carrie. The 32-year-old feared he’d be…

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DIY ‘Back To The Future’ footwear: Designer creates his own Marty McFly self-lacing shoes using LEGO

DIY 'Back To The Future' footwear: Designer creates his own Marty McFly self-lacing shoes using LEGO

DIY ‘Back To The Future’ footwear: Designer creates his own Marty McFly self-lacing shoes using LEGO A hack using Lego could slash the cost of getting your hands on a pair of ‘Back To The Future’-style self-lacing trainers. Industrial designer Vimal Patel came up with the design in an effort to create a cheaper version of Nike’s HyperAdapt 1.0 $720 (£580) trainers. The Lego version uses battery-powered motors to drive a series of cogs that tighten laces – and Mr Patel says anyone can make their own version at home. Scroll down…

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Ban on using religion to deny school place among options for reform

Ban on using religion to deny school place among options for reform

Ban on using religion to deny school place among options for reform Four options have been unveiled by the Education Minister to tackle the so-called baptism barrier which allows publicly funded schools to refuse places to children based on religion. Richard Bruton says it is unfair for children to be denied entry because they are not subscribed to a particular faith or for parents to feel pressured into baptising a child to get a place. One of the four options is to impose an outright ban on schools using religion…

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4 People with Locked-In Syndrome ‘Talk’ Using Their Minds

4 People with Locked-In Syndrome 'Talk' Using Their Minds

4 People with Locked-In Syndrome ‘Talk’ Using Their Minds To allow patients to communicate with their minds, scientists equipped them with a cap with near-infrared spectroscopy and electroencephalography (shown here). Credit: Wyss Center/Creative Commons license Patients with complete locked-in syndrome experience paralysis of nearly all voluntary muscles in the body. They cannot move, speak, make facial expressions or even move their eyes to communicate. For years, doctors and researchers believed that these people were unhappy with their quality of life and did not have the goal-directed thinking necessary to communicate. Now, a…

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Children’s mental health funding to plug NHS gaps is ‘like theft’, says former health minister

Using children's mental health funding

Children’s mental health funding to plug NHS gaps is ‘like theft’, says former health minister Norman Lamb adds new pledges by Theresa May are ‘puny response to a burning injustic’ The former care minister has blasted GPs for the “theft” of hundreds of millions of pounds earmarked for children’s mental health care to spend on plugging gaps left by cuts. Liberal Democrat MP Norman Lamb, who served as care minister in last coalition government, said he would grill the Government in Parliament over what he called a roadblock to the improvement…

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