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Architecture

Unusual Bunker Transformation - The Energy Bunker in Hamburg

May 07, 2013The building was built during the World War II, particularly began in 1943 and aimed to protect approximately 30 000 people in Hamburg from enemy aerial bomb attacks through several flak cannon towers. In 1947 the British military tried to destroy the building, but only managed to damage it because of the incredible structural strength of the building.
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News

SpaceX Has Landed Three Huge NASA Contracts for Starship Moon Missions

NASA announced on Friday that SpaceX will carry out three massive contracts to build lunar landing systems, in a bid to return American astronauts to the surface of the Moon by 2024, reports Ars Technica.RELATED: NASA AND SPACEX ARE NOW TARGETING MID-MAY FOR HISTORIC CREW LAUNCHSpaceX& 39;s Starship awarded three NASA contracts to Moon& 34;With these contract awards, America is moving forward with the final step needed to land astronauts on the Moon by 2024, including the incredible moment when we will see the first woman set foot on the lunar surface,& 34; said NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, in a statement.
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Gadgets

9 Laptop Gadgets to Make Your Time with Laptop Much Easier

Laptops are our best friends now as we carry them everywhere with us and we do all our business by using them. Are you bored? Watch something on Netflix. Do you have to pay your bills? Okay, done! Do you want to play some online games? Go ahead, buddy. Do you need to do a slideshow for your presentation tomorrow?
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New Hack Tricks Fast Chargers Into Destroying Devices

The exploit could turn anyone& 39;s device into a fire hazard.July 22, 2020Researchers at a Chinese security lab have uncovered a dangerous security vulnerability that allows malicious users to hack fast chargers and cause irreparable damage to any device that is plugged into them, Android Central reports.
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Prehistoric Humans In Turkey Used Human Teeth As Jewelry

Archaeologists have turned up a remarkable find at an 8,500-year-old site in Turkey — human molars that were used as jewelry.December 24, 2019University of CopenhagenAt the Neolithic site of Çatalhöyük in Turkey, archaeologists have discovered human molars that had been used by the prehistoric people of the area as jewelry in the form of beads or pendants.
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