Billions of Microbes Discovered by Scientists in World's Oceans

Billions of Microbes Discovered by Scientists in World's Oceans

It has been reported that a worldwide group, sorting the tiny spectacles of the world's oceans, uncovered a huge bacterial mat the size of Greece, on the sea bottom.

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'Unique' Populace of Killer whales off B.C. coast Identified by Scientists

'Unique' Populace of Killer whales off B.C. coast Identified by Scientists

A worldwide team of scientists have recognized a vulnerable populace of whale slaughterers, who spend maximum time hunting seals off the British Columbia coast, they have been identified as a diverse group alienated from its fellow orcas in Canada and away, about 700,000 years back.

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The All New Splinter Cell: Conviction

The All New Splinter Cell: Conviction

It is said that the best way to enjoy Splinter Cell: Conviction is slowly, without being hasty.

Conviction is developing, with aging ex-secret agent Sam Fisher, years after he quit the National Security Agency's Third Echelon branch to follow his daughter's killer.

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Passengers Still Waiting to Get Back Home

Passengers Still Waiting to Get Back Home

Many passengers have been waiting for a week or so, to get back to their homes as the airlines are still working through the backlog of cancelled flights. Though, British airspace was reopened on Tuesday.

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Sault Ste. Marie's Science and Technology Sectors are Being Strengthened

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It has been reported that over $500,000 has been added by the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corp. to the Government funds, toward Algoma University's intended Bio-Sciences and Technology Convergence Centre.

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Icahn Achieves Right to Vote Shares Against Lions Gate Anti-takeover Measure

Icahn Achieves Right to Vote Shares Against Lions Gate Anti-takeover Measure

It has been reported that activist investor Carl Icahn has achieved the right to vote his shares against Lions Gate Entertainment Inc.'s (LGF) proposed poison pill anti-takeover measure. This measure is to be put to vote at soon to come shareholders' meeting. This has toughened Icahn’s position and made his case for a hostile takeover of the company stronger.

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First Manitoban to Walk to the North Pole

First Manitoban to Walk to the North Pole

It was seen that a provincial flag was planted at the North Pole by the first Manitoban who walked with his 86 kilogram sled to the North Pole. Darcy St. Laurent, who is 41 years old, walked for 10 hours a day and walked for 51 days.

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Bank of Montreal, MB Financial Expand Services in U.S. Midwest; Take Over Unsuccessful Lenders

Bank of Montreal, MB Financial Expand Services in U.S. Midwest; Take Over Unsucc

It has been reported that the Bank of Montreal, which is ranked as Canada’s fourth- largest lender, and MB Financial Inc. have extended their services in the U. S. Midwest. They have taken control of three of the seven Illinois banks that were closed by regulators on Friday.

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Verizon Wireless Reports of Drop in Long Term Contract Customers

Verizon Wireless Reports of Drop in Long Term Contract Customers

It has been revealed that the first-quarter earnings of Verizon Communications Inc., have fallen by 75% owing to a health care related charge. This is also accompanied by the drop in number of customers who have shunned the practice of signing a long term contract.

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Lawsuit Slapped By Canadian Scientist Might Have Grave Impact on Online News Content

Lawsuit Slapped By Canadian Scientist Might Have Grave Impact on Online News Con

As has been shared by media law experts, a libel lawsuit slapped by a renowned Canadian climate scientist, could end up having some massive implications for newspapers as well as other popular online publishers, which would in turn force owners of these publications to monitor the entire internet for stories which can be picked up by everyone right from bloggers to Twitter users.

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