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the more the earth warms the more people will need cooling but the more air conditioners there are the warmer
The more the Earth warms, the more people will need cooling. But the more air-conditioners there are, the warmer the world will become

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sweden is planning to build a road that can recharge electric vehicles that drive over it via
Sweden is planning to build a road that can recharge electric vehicles that drive over it https://t.co/grXV7pLF95 via @tictoc
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germany has opened the first stretch of a so called electric highway that will charge trucks as they drive
Germany has opened the first stretch of a so-called electric highway that will charge trucks as they drive https://t.co/Q3zgc9vlJN
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if bosses do not like to go home before their underlings and underlings fear leaving before their bosses every
If bosses do not like to go home before their underlings, and underlings fear leaving before their bosses, everyone is trapped https://t.co/gV4y2q25O3
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they say its secret even speaking of it is not allowed china forces muslims into training for factories that u
“They say it’s secret. Even speaking of it is not allowed.” China forces Muslims into training for factories that ultimately supply Adidas, H&M, Esprit and others. https://t.co/iZwSywiqVD
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what you need to know about the 2019 european parliament elections via
What you need to know about the 2019 European Parliament elections https://t.co/supVnMZMMu via @pogkas @brittharr #tictocnews
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how smartphones sabotage your brains ability to focus
How smartphones sabotage your brain’s ability to focus https://t.co/r6jni4u7FS
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Race card: The college-admissions cheating scandal involved families who, seeking an advantage, falsely claimed their children were minorities https://t.co/kBJQwlmOK5
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donald trump could capture a third of the highest court and tilt it conservative for generations
Donald Trump could capture a third of the highest court and tilt it conservative for generations https://t.co/14ogNTGCGm
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this japanese toaster costs 270 it only makes one slice at a time but it s as close to perfect as you can get
This Japanese toaster costs $270. It only makes one slice at a time, but it's as close to perfect as you can get. https://t.co/0cBHfG0im4

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democrats need to tame the facebook monster they helped create breaking up the social networking behemoth is o
Democrats Need to Tame the Facebook Monster They Helped Create. Breaking up the social networking behemoth is one option. But first, Democrats need to start pointing the finger at regulators who won’t admit there’s a problem https://t.co/bHjVYA3ZdZ
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trading with too high a leverage ratio is one of the most common errors made by new forex traders until you be
Trading with too high a leverage ratio is one of the most common errors made by new forex traders. Until you become more experienced, we strongly recommend that you trade with a lower ratio. #forexlesson #babypips https://t.co/tY8pjRG7qn
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luddites shall inherit the earth someone will have to call our landlines to tell us its ours now
Luddites Shall Inherit the Earth: Someone will have to call our landlines to tell us it’s ours now https://t.co/NPnKkV7gut
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thousands of waste pickers in johannesburg live off other people s garbage in what the world bank calls the mo
Thousands of waste-pickers in Johannesburg live off other people's garbage in what the World Bank calls the most unequal country on earth https://t.co/Xl1SRQfipB
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Happy 45th birthday to the world’s favorite puzzle - the Rubik’s Cube! Learn more about this world-famous puzzler’s history >> https://t.co/LgYHZcSyjg
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our year in numbers 48 investments supporting women young people or people in less developed regions 1452 wome
#EBRDimpact our year in numbers:
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📌1,452 women gained new skills
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"Forex trading isn’t a game. It is part of an illusion that it has anything in common with gambling, betting. It is more than just a technical approach to the markets, it is more than just trading a pair up and down - it is hard work." -Dirk F. https://t.co/SdBVd9H5Id
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as warm humid air surges into the great lakes and northeast to end the weekend some areas will be at risk for
As warm, humid air surges into the Great Lakes and Northeast to end the weekend, some areas will be at risk for severe storms: https://t.co/92RkglS64d
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according to the eiu s forecast a key feature of the next india s government will be regional parties having m
According to The EIU's forecast, a key feature of the next India's government will be regional parties having more influence in the cabinet, including greater control over policy agenda. Read the full report here: https://t.co/Dxwj3x90NF
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some of the shapes in mr kapoors paintings are distinctly female but the bodily references of others are more
Some of the shapes in Mr Kapoor’s paintings are distinctly female, but the bodily references of others are more ambiguous https://t.co/RJlOiyWCFH
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