Mammoths Roamed when Humans Started Using Tobacco at Least 12,300 Years Ago
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Mammoths Roamed when Humans Started Using Tobacco at Least 12,300 Years Ago

A family established camp in the marshy, verdant area of northwestern Utah 12300 years ago. They had walked 60 miles to reach their destination,
Oldest evidence of humans using tobacco discovered in Utah
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Oldest evidence of humans using tobacco discovered in Utah

Archaeologists discovered charred tobacco seeds in the hearth's remains in Great Salt Lake Desert, Utah. These seeds date back over 12,000 years.
Apple releases iOS 15.0.2 with some Find My fixes
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Apple releases iOS 15.0.2 with some Find My fixes

Apple released iOS 15.0.2 Monday. It contains important bug fixes including some that are specific to Find My. It also addresses a security issue
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California judge throws out a lawsuit against Subway, which accused the chain of using fake tuna in its sandwiches

Subway's tuna sandwiches are under scrutiny. Jrg Carstensen/Getty Images According to reports, a lawsuit alleging Subway mislabeled its tuna was
Fury-Wilder III was a damn masterclass
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Fury-Wilder III was a damn masterclass

The hype surrounding Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wester III was true to form. Fury and Wilder demonstrated what a heavyweight champion bout should look
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Crypto mega-billionaire Sam Bankman-Fried says he's bought billions of tethers in order to trade other coins

In 2019, Sam Bankman-Fried founded the crypto exchange FTX. FTX In a Bloomberg report, Sam Bankman-Fried, CEO of FTX, revealed that he had bought
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The Taliban says it will not cooperate with the US to weed out the Islamic State from Afghanistan

To eliminate extremist groups such as the Islamic State in Afghanistan, the Taliban won't cooperate with the US. A Taliban spokesperson stated that
Neural Network Is Frighteningly Good at Drawing Cthulhu
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Neural Network Is Frighteningly Good at Drawing Cthulhu

AI-generated images can produce some amazing creations, but who would have thought it could create terrifyingly uncanny images of cosmic horrors. A
Facebook Vows to Stop Selling the Amazon Rainforest
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Facebook Vows to Stop Selling the Amazon Rainforest

Evidently, you could have been purchasing Amazon land all along. It's not that Amazon Facebook Marketplace is a fantastic place to go if you want to
World's first malaria vaccine approved for use in children in Africa
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World's first malaria vaccine approved for use in children in Africa

This is an historic moment. The first ever malaria vaccine for children has been approved in sub-Saharan Africa. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus