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Understanding the Mind-Boggling Barber Paradox

Proposed by Bertrand Russell in the early 1900s, the infamous barber paradox still puzzles us today.October 26, 2017Logical paradoxes are some of the most infuriating and frustrating problems that we can try to solve. As humans, we always want to find an answer and we naturally assume that an answer must exist.
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Bitcoin Reaches New Record Value and Goes over $6,600

The cryptocurrency& 39;s value has been steadily rising since this weekend, hitting a record breaking value of $6,600 this week.By Danielle De La BastideNovember 01, 2017Bitcoin just hit an all-time high in value this week, peaking at 6,600 USD today after it was thought to be resting at a steady 6,170 USD on Monday.
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Nuclear Meltdown and How It Can be Prevented

Currently, there are 438 nuclear power reactors in operation in the world today. Two are currently being decommissioned, yet 71 are undergoing construction. Together, they generate almost 400,000 MWe of power. In 2014, nuclear reactors produced over 11 of the entire world& 39;s energy production. All that power coming from a radioactive source begs the important question: What would happen during a nuclear meltdown?
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Warm Caves Beneath Antarctica's Ice Could Be Home to Unknown Species

Scientists discovered a sub-glacial cave on a Ross Island expedition in Antarctica. They believe that future expeditions will uncover not only new data, but also possibly reveal evidence of new species existing in the ecosystem.By Mario L. MajorSeptember 11, 2017Most of the stories we are hearing from Antarctica usually involve teams of scientists on expeditions collecting ice samples and other important data used for understanding the effects of human activity on the climate, or tourists looking for a change to the travelling experience making a trip from Tierra del Fuego, the southernmost tip of Argentina, which is only a stone’s throw away from Antarctica.
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This Pocket-Sized Sensor Can Detect Over 28,000 Colors

Sponsored byStackCommerceThe Nix Mini Color Sensor makes any design or painting project significantly easier. The ingenious device presents you with real-life color comparisons that you can use to find the perfect hue.December 08, 2017Regardless of whether you’re a professional designer, creating a website, or remodeling your home, color is king.
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