World
Christmas 2015
 
I wish you all a merry christmas and a happy new year!
 
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Motorsport
Nissan Scrubs its LMP1 Program
 
Nissan finally pulls the plug on its LMP1 program.
 
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World
In Switzerland, 2015 Was 2.2°C Hotter Than 2014
 
The Swiss year 2015 was about 2.2 degrees Celsius hotter than the year before, marking the hottest year since meteorological measurements began in 1864.
 
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Nature
Tool Use Observed in Vasa Parrots
 
Scientists from the United Kingdom observed tool use by greater vasa parrots (Coracopsis vasa), birds from Madagascar and the Comoros.
 
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Paleontology
New Iguanodontian From The Early Cretaceous of Spain
 
Spanish paleontologists from the National Distance Education University and the Autonomous University of Madrid described a new sail-backed iguanodontian dinosaur in the early Cretaceous of Morella, Spain: Morelladon beltrani.
 
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Entertainment
Far Cry Primal: I'm Gonna Love it!
 
I just discovered some lengthy gameplay of Far Cry: Primal on YouTube.
 
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Computing
Don't Upgrade to Windows 10 if Not Necessary
 
Is Microsoft's free upgrade to Windows 10 blessing or curse? Of course there can't be a clear answer on that, because every user's computer system has different preconditions, same as every user has different demands to an operating system. And that's exactly what makes Microsoft's enforced upgrade doctrine even less reasonable.
 
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Paleontology
Kunbarrasaurus: New Ankylosaur From Australia
 
Paleontologists led by Lucy Leahey from the University of Queensland have identified a new genus and species of Australian lower Cretaceous Ankylosaur from remains unearthed back in 1990: Kunbarrasaurus ieversi.
 
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Paleontology
Hualianceratops: New Basal Ceratopsian from China
 
Paleontologists have discovered a new species of hornless ceratopsian dinosaur in the late Jurassic of China: Hualianceratops wucaiwanensis.
 
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Argentina's Dinosauromorphs Dated Younger Than Previously Thought
 
By measuring the uranium-lead ratio in zircon, an international team of paleontologists came to the conclusion that the time elapsed between the emergence of early dinosauromorphs and the origin of the first dinosaurs is between 5 and 10 million years shorter than previously thought.
 
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