Posted on October, 30 at 8:51 pm

Halloween; typical festive Halloween activities include trick-or-treating, attending costume parties, decorating, carving pumpkins into jack-o’-lanterns, lighting bonfires, apple bobbing, visiting haunted house attractions, playing pranks, telling scary stories, and watching horror films.
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Rarer Than Rhino And Just As Prized By Poachers

Posted on October, 23 at 12:28 pm

I used to have one of these, they are not palms. At certain times of the year they ‘flush’ new leaves, do not move them till the leaves are grown like the old ones.

Critically endangered cycads are disappearing from the wild and from botanical gardens, ripped up by the roots to feed the lucrative landscaping market. UCT researchers are using a novel method to help the Hawks combat the theft of these ancient plants.

A method that has been used to trace cocaine, explosives and bank notes is being applied for the first time to help combat the illegal trade in cycads. In a paper published this week in the Journal of Forensic Sciences and reported on in Nature, Kirsten Retief and colleagues at UCT and the South African National Botanical Institute (SANBI) describe their use of stable isotopes and radiocarbon dating to identify cycads removed from the wild.
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Fish Fossils Show Sex Originated In Scotland

Posted on October, 21 at 10:02 am

Microbrachius dicki – which lived in ancient lakes – is the first-known animal to reproduce by having sex instead of spawning.

Ancient armoured fish pioneered sex as we know it some 385 million years ago in what is now Scotland, scientists say.

The Microbrachius dicki – a bony 8cm-long fish which lived in ancient lakes – is believed to be the first-known animal to reproduce by having sex instead of by spawning.
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Attack On Apple’s iCloud Service In China

Posted on October, 21 at 9:53 am

China’s firewall blocks access to iCloud, which stores information including documents, iMessages, photos and emails.

Attempts to log in to Apple’s iCloud in China sees users directed to a spoof website which may be an attempt by the state to harvest passwords.
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Hurricane Gonzalo Alert Cancels UK Flights

Posted on October, 21 at 9:48 am

Bit rough here in my town, Very rough in Southport Lancashire my son rang to tell me just now.

Flights, trains and the morning rush hour are all expected to be disrupted as the weather system lashes Britain.

Thousands of passengers are facing travel disruption after Heathrow cancelled 10% of its flights due to storms caused by the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo.
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llegal Migrants ‘Too Scared’ To Get Treatment

Posted on October, 19 at 8:55 am

This is the down side of being an ‘Illegal’. If they don’t kill themselves getting here they could die of pneumonia or worse. Winter is here although we would’nt know it with lovely sunshine days we are enjoying but its still flu time.

My advice: If you are out there and sick, please get help.

Illegal immigrants suffering ill health are failing to seek treatment over fears that it could alert the authorities to their presence in the UK.

Over 100,000 illegal immigrants in the UK could be ignoring symptoms of infectious disease to avoid detection, a report warns.

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Web Trolls To Face Two-Year Jail Terms

Posted on October, 19 at 8:40 am

I agree with Chris Grayling. People have died using social media because of whats been said about them, was even a case where a troll was found to be living and that person committed suicide..its just toooooooo crazy a world we live in when one can’t have peace of mind to spend time as one wishes.

Justice Secretary Chris Grayling brands rape threats against Chloe Madeley “terrible” as he unveils plans to tackle online abuse.

Chloeis one of the lucky ones, she is still here. But for another who may be suffering some form of anxiety, possibly OCD (Obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder characterized by intrusive thoughts that produce uneasiness, apprehension, fear or worry.) then they are already on the edge.

Best is to Ignore, never return any expletives no matter how much you want to, report any Troll activity to the owners of whatever social site has Trolled you.
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Apple Unveils New IPads And Launches Apple Pay

Posted on October, 18 at 10:40 am

Every year I buy myself something special, two years ago a 50″ TV. I pay more for my gas and Electric then take a cheque what the company owes at Christmas.

This year I hope to buy the new ipad…hope to. I could then get rid of my spaghetti junction. :mrgreen:

The iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 are unveiled by Apple hours after their details were apparently leaked by mistake online.

Apple has launched two new iPads – featuring Touch ID fingerprint sensors and a camera ‘burst mode’.
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UK Police To Probe Thailand Tourist Murders

Posted on October, 18 at 9:07 am

British police officers are to travel to Thailand to help investigate the murders of tourists David Miller and Hannah Witheridge.

Detectives from the UK were cleared to work on the case after Thailand’s military ruler dropped objections to their involvement.
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New South Wales Hit By Freak Snow Storm

Posted on October, 16 at 10:43 am

Its coming to a town near us next…I hope not.

More than 14,000 homes across New South Wales are left without power after a massive storm battered the Australian state.

New South Wales in Australia has been hit by a freak snow storm leaving thousands of people without power and motorists stranded in floodwater.
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