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The U of A's new anti-gravity treadmill uses NASA technology to lift the user by up to 80 per cent of their body weight. It means minimal pressure on joints.
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Congratulations, iPhone users: you spent a ton of money on apps last year. Right after the holiday season, Apple touted huge App Store sales. But now analysts at SensorTower have broken down the numbers at the user level to give us a better look at what people were spending their money on. SEE ALSO: So the App Store is basically Yelp now The standout stat: The average iPhone user coughed up $40 on premium apps and in-app purchases throughout the year, up from $35 in 2015. But the spending growth didn't necessarily come from new downloads, as iPhone owners actually downloaded fewer apps in 2016 than the year before (33 per device last year compared to 35 in 2015). Read more... More about Purchase , Subscription Service , App Store , Iphone , and Apple
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A pet owner said he was shocked to learn from his daughter that accusations he had dumped dog mess were doing the rounds on social media. Michael Murray, a retired ambulance worker who lives on Eastland Road in Yeovil, was told by his daughter that a picture of him with his labrador, Biscuit had been published on Facebook along with allegations that he had dropped excrement into a garden as he walked by. The 58 year-old, who is not a regular user of the social network, said he actually...
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Pro tip: If you're going to text your bro about going to a girl's dorm to hook up, triple check to make sure you're not sending that text to the girl you think you're hooking up with instead. Chances are, that hook up will be null and void. This guy learned the hard way when he made his intentions very, very clear to his buddy, but problem is, it wasn't his buddy who saw his plan. SEE ALSO: Twitter's new anti-abuse measure stops notifications for threads started by people you've blocked Twitter user tired girl posted these texts between her and a guy she goes to school with: pic.twitter.com/YuiCja8J9L tired girl (@killermarecat) February 20, 2017 Read more... More about Sex , Fail , Twitter , Watercooler , and Watercooler
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Enlarge If we’ve said it once, we’ve said it 1,000 times: these so-called "anonymous" messaging apps simply arent anonymous. To put it another way, if you’re dumb enough to make violent threats on them, you’ll get caught . According to a newly released federal criminal complaint , Garrett Grimsley of Cary, North Carolina, allegedly used the Whisper app to make such remarks on February 19. Hours later, local police and the FBI arrived at his door to search his apartment. As per an FBI affidavit, Grimsley (under the name "Spark_Pure") wrote in a public post: "Salam, some of you are alright, don't go to Cary tomorrow." Another Whisper user, who was not named in the affidavit but is referred to as an unnamed "cooperating witness (CW)," responded: "Why—what's happening in Cary tomorrow?" Read 7 remaining paragraphs | Comments
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A group of artists celebrated some of the biggest Oscar-nominated movies by reimagining them in different film, TV, video game and comic book universes. Imgur user Diablien uploaded a collection of 10 alternative posters for Oscar-nominated movies featuring characters from other universes and new titles to fit them. The gallery also includes links to purchase the poster prints along with attribution to the different artists. The mash-up of Pokémon with Zootopia may be one of the greatest creations imaginable and putting Deadpool and Wolverine into Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling's roles in La La Land is definitely the funniest idea to come out of this collection. Read more... More about Star Wars , Overwatch , Pokemon , Gaming , and Film
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Ibogaine works similarly to other treatments that block or take up residence in the receptor sites, but it does not need to be taken on a regular basis like other treatments that use methadone or suboxone, which create a chemical dependency. Ibogaine is non-addictive. It cleanses the body of the drugs, and it seems as though the memory of the drug is cleansed from the user's mind and body as well. Ibogaine also works to regulate and rebalance brain chemistry by levelling out dopamine, serotonin, endorphins, etc. to the same state they were in before the patient became addicted in the first place. Having these chemicals rebalanced drastically reduces the chance of the user relapsing, After Ibogaine is administered, it is converted by the liver into nor-ibogaine, which stores in the body's fat cells. This is what actually heals addiction, as it takes away the cravings and the thoughts of using.