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Title
6369
"Guess I'm your pottery supervisor"
4319
Japanese scientists have invented a new loop-based quantum computing technique that renders a far larger number of calculations more efficiently than existing quantum computers, allowing a single circuit to process more than 1 million qubits theoretically, as reported in Physical Review Letters.
19721
Happy 66th birthday, Mark Hamill!
5786
Just in. Exclusive pictures of Australia's Space Program.
2917
Thinking of a good title can be more difficult than the Gif itself
9034
(((Our))) President
2425
?? Ever seen a baby humpback whale drinking its mother's milk? [x-post /r/UnderTheSea]
5242
Meanwhile, in an alternate universe...
5979
[Image] The couple from the Woodstock '69 album cover are still together
45139
Crazy man rides the subway on the outside.
38390
Joe Kinan was horribly burned in the 2003 Station nightclub fire, which killed his girlfriend Karla and 99 other people. Here he is in 2014, smiling with his newborn daughter, Hadley.
20969
Some say she's still there to this very day
12727
Mama snowdoggo gives her pupper a big lovehuggo
8220
Forbes cover in 2007
6047
Best friends forever..?
2121
Precision feeding a lucky lazy hedgehog
8035
A lurker for two years, the first comment by /u/littleboss37 is to contextualize the video an Opera performance where the singer hits a high A-flat, the highest note to have ever been sung at the Met, because the video is of her
10152
When my friends are down
3262
at being the predator
6430
Counting is fun with friends
9315
Jared Kushner used private email for White House business
56762
My brother's cat has thumbs
3206
Rock climbing cat
4678
Trying to drift
3517
Neighbor was involved in a hit and run and is trying to identify the red vehicle that hit him. Any idea what vehicle this could be from? Cheers!
1455
When you find out the new iPhone X costs $999
1816
RBR Confirm they'll be racing as Aston Martin Red Bull Racing in 2018
2271
"Sometimes I don't think about killing my human"
21022
My Grandpa and Grandma :) (1950?)
1838
TIL While viewing porn, men tend to focus on a woman’s eyes and lips over breasts or genitals. Researchers speculate that men look at women’s faces to determine how “turned on” the woman is.
14449
See Through Suppressor in Super Slow Motion (110,000 fps). Finally did it and it was everything I had hoped it would be.
23217
Guy lied on fb about getting two cars for his birthday, gets completely ruined in the comments.
12031
hmmm
1221
German police stops car with what turns out to be a blood sticker. No charges because "awful taste is not a crime".
13469
Trump Criticizing Trump?
3135
On this day in 1980, John "Bonzo" Bonham was found dead after a drinking binge. Here're some facts about his life. RIP, Bonzo.
1311
If you hard. Then you hard.
20477
Sometimes I wonder how vegans survive off of what little they eat
1286
Yeah I think I'm gonna pass, Australia
2501
In case you haven't seen the 15x on the mini.
9402 mymourningsunrise I hope everyone remembers this when Mark Zuckerburg inevitably runs for public office.
3153 neutralvoter 1. Use adblock on social media 2. Don't get your news from sites like facebook 3. Read more than just headline 4. Don't look for geopolitical insight from anonymous messaging boards. There, you've just dealt a major blow to the majority of disinformation campaigns. It's not hard, it just requires a tiny amount of additional work and foresight. 5 (optional but recommended): don't use facebook. Your life will improve.
1211 al3x3y89 Next thing you know the Russians will run ads on Reddit
105 Hawk30 How are you "secretly paid" you pay through billing on business manager...
537 _Hopped_ I too want Facebook to destroy its credibility in the eyes of its ad customers.
219 biohazard930 > “Facebook was secretly paid to host illegal political ads as part of an illegal foreign influence effort." And literally the next line in the article, from the same letter: > “We are not aware of any federal law that would prohibit Facebook from making these ads public,”
197 sonofaresiii This article is a mess. It keeps switching between Facebook secretly being paid, or Facebook being paid by secret sources, or Facebook being paid by sources that were secretly Russian. It's like it's trying REALLY HARD to muddy direct information of what happened. Look guys, in all likelihood Facebook wasn't secretly in league with Russia to intentionally spread misinformation. That's what the article tries to suggest, but it's not really what the article SAYS. Facebook identified that the sources were Russian, and turned that information over to authorities. They're not going to release it to the public, and they shouldn't. People are always complaining about Facebook collecting data, now we're mad that they WON'T release that data to the public? They released it to whom they were required to release it, beyond that it's private information that their own policies-- the ones that protect me and you-- won't allow them to release. It's important they stick to their privacy policy otherwise it's meaningless. The authorities have this information.