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There are many reasons why people may consider getting a dental crown. Some get it in order to restore their teeth’s strength, size, and shape, and improve its physical appearance, while others get it in order to restore a broken or damaged tooth or to support a dental bridge. A
200 years ago, the closest things we had to autonomous farm machines were the animals we used to pull our ploughs. 100 years ago, we started using actual machines. Now, in the 21st century, we are building a world in which the machines are able to operate themselves. If the
“Artificial Intelligence” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by theglobalpanorama When it comes to sport and technology, there are some that do and there are some that don’t. While it might seem obvious to some that all sports could benefit greatly from the introduction of that latest technology, there are some governing bodies that just don’t
Blackjack is the most popular casino game, combining skill and chance. It became so popular because some consider it as a tool to polish mathematical prowess, and others just look for fortune signs. In fact, one cannot win playing blackjack based only on luck. It’s crucial to understand how to
The September 27, 2015 may be remembered as one of the key dates in space exploration. Perhaps, that was the day chosen by the multi-billionaire Elon Musk to unveil its plan for colonization of Mars. SpaceX, the mission he tease for years, will begin its journey to the Red Planet
It is now an increasing environmental concern for many countries to find renewable environmentally friendly forms of energy. Solar panels which use electric actuators, are designed to efficiently harness the suns energy, which is renewable. Most countries rely on natural gas, fossil fuels and nuclear for electricity but this sources will
The rare wild Kakadu Plum from the far north of Australia is showing promise as an exceptional anti-bacterial and anti-viral. Harvested by hand in the remote Arnhem land jungles of far Northern Territory Australia, it has been used for tens of thousands of years by the local indigenous people. A
The company, which was spun out of BHP Billiton last May, said that as a result of its write-downs of forecast commodity demand and prices, it now expects to book pre-tax, non-cash charges of approximately $1.7bn in the half-year to December 2015.
Leaders with the national pharmacy chain CVS said today at an event in Toledo that they will make the opioid reversal medicine, naloxone, available without a prescription at their pharmacies in Ohio.