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Biblical dust storm turns Mardin, Turkey into a scenery on Mars
DISCLOSE.TV VIDEO Unusual weather conditions have resulted in a huge amount of dust gathered from both Syria and Iraq being dumped on the town of Mardin in south-east... 12 hours
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Gralien Daily News for January 19, 2018
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Tiny device could help you hear better underwater
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THE VERGE VIDEO Researchers at Harvard have created a new robot that’s the smallest, fastest, and most precise of its kind. It’s called the milliDelta, and can... 2 days
this tiny robot moves so fast it s just a blur on camera This tiny robot moves so fast it’s just a blur on camera
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Biblical dust storm turns Mardin, Turkey into a scenery on Mars
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