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What beaches have fire pits

What beaches have fire pits When it comes to what beaches have fire pits Australia , you cannot go wrong with the famous California beaches. California has some of the best beaches in the United States. These California beaches have what may be called the traditional American flavor. If you are looking for a family beach trip, you can choose from the following California beaches: The first beach…
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Made of nanomaterials, this shoe has 12 main properties

Made of nanomaterials, this shoe has 12 main properties Modern technology has also turned footwear into a smart shoe. The latest example of this is the V-tax shows which are masterpieces of modern nanotechnology and have 12 features together. The shoe has been put up for sale on IndieGo, a popular crowdfunding website on the Internet. Made from modern nano fibers and materials, this shoe is…
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Japan develops robot to test corona in just 80 minutes

Japan develops robot to test corona in just 80 minutes Wiki: Japanese company Kawasaki claims to have developed a robot that can take samples from a patient’s nose and throat and report results in just 80 minutes. According to the American Broadcasting Corporation, measures are also being taken to prevent Corona from preparing for the Olympic Games in Japan, under which a robot has been…
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It is very easy to print small heat generators

It is very easy to print small heat generators Switzerland: If a boiler oven is installed somewhere, it is possible to run at least sensors and small devices by installing a small thermoelectric generator. The Karlsruhe Institute in Germany has announced a major breakthrough in the printing of microthermal generators. They generate electricity from waste, are environmentally friendly and cost very…
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The UAE's 'Hope' spacecraft is just a few days away from Mars

The UAE’s ‘Hope’ spacecraft is just a few days away from Mars Dubai City: The first spacecraft sent to Mars by the Arab world, Hope (Hope), will enter the atmosphere of Mars on February 9, just a few days later. As it orbits, it will study the Martian climate in detail. This is the first mission sent to the Red Planet by the United Arab Emirates that will not land on the surface…
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The graph of Americans' disinterest in Facebook began to grow

The graph of Americans’ disinterest in Facebook began to grow California: Facebook has released its user statistics for the year 2020. As a result, 209.9 million more people started using Facebook last year, but Americans lost interest in it the same year. That is, the number has remained the same or decreased. Thus, in the year 2019, the number of daily active users on Facebook had…
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Google will now report your heart rate fluctuations and number of breaths

Google will now report your heart rate fluctuations and number of breaths California: Google has announced the introduction of mobile phones that measure heartbeat and breathing. A post released by Google states that it is introducing a feature to tell the heart rate and respiratory rate in its Pixel smartphones. This mobile phone does not even need a smartwatch to monitor heart rate and…
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Was it the "peacock" of the dinosaur era?

Was it the “peacock” of the dinosaur era? The fossils of this ancient and extinct bird were discovered a few years ago in an area of ​​”karate formation” in northeastern Brazil. The fossils of this ancient and extinct bird were discovered a few years ago in an area of ​​”karate formation” in northeastern Brazil. LONDON: Scientists say there was a…
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Now feel the load of the backpack less and also make electricity

Now feel the load of the backpack less and also make electricity BEIJING: Carrying a large backpack is painful, but an ingenious invention not only makes it weigh up to 20 percent, but also makes the backpack generate some amount of electricity. A backpack has been experimentally made at Tsinghua University in China, probably inspired by a double-stranded DNA form. This backpack features a…
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Michigan's lucky lady wins  1 billion lottery

Michigan’s lucky lady wins  1 billion lottery Michigan: The first prize in the lottery of the famous American Mega Millions lottery was won by a lucky woman from Michigan who won a prize of one billion dollars, which is equivalent to 160 billion Pakistani rupees. The victory was announced on Saturday, but did not name the winner. Although it is a  1 billion lottery, it will receive 73…
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