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The Der Ziesel wheelchair for going off-road

February 17, 2015Winter can become a nightmare for people with disabilities who are wheelchair bound, especially in regions where they get a lot of snowfall. Often they cannot get out and about in their wheelchairs and so they find themselves confined to their homes. Along with this, many disabled people would like to get out and about on terrain such as sand, mud and ice, but conventional wheelchairs just can& 39;t cope with such terrain.
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SpaceX Secures $1.9 Billion, Company's Largest Funding Round Ever

SpaceX has secured a $1.9 billion funding round after achieving a $46-billion valuation.August 18, 2020SpaceX has secured $1.9 billion in new funding according to an SEC filing with the company on Tuesday — which was initially reported by Reuters.RELATED: SPACEX& 39;S 100TH LAUNCH BREAKS ROCKET REUSABILITY RECORD, 11TH STARLINK MISSIONSpaceX secures $1.
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Aerospace

Woman Goes for a Walk on Boeing 737's Wing to Get Some Air

She was waiting to disembark in Ukraine and felt too hot.September 04, 2020Upon landing in Kiev, a woman felt too hot and decided to take a cooling walk on the airplane& 39;s wing, per confirmed reports.The woman safely made it back into the plane, but her odd and surprising behavior worried authorities, who checked up on her.
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Biography

13 Little Known Facts about Charles Darwin

Charles Darwin is one of the most influential people known in human history. He shaped the way we view and study the life sciences, and he is most known for his contribution to the theory of evolution through his book On the Origin of Species.But did you know that he was also an influential author, geologist, and naturalist in his time?
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Earliest Humans Were Around 100,000 Years Ago

Homo erectus couldn& 39;t survive the changing environment.December 20, 2019Homo erectus, the ancient relative of modern humans, was around longer than researchers thought, with new evidence showing they survived until about 100,000 years ago.Prior to the work of an international team of researchers, Homo erectus were thought to have vanished about 400,000 years ago.
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