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Israeli app becomes world’s largest cancer social network
"A new mineral on Earth, previously known to only exist in space, has been officially recognized, and it’s a rare gem indeed."
wow....never even heard about it on the news?
"Carmeltazite was also found to resemble another, rarer mineral of extraterrestrial origin, allendeite . . .The Zevulun Valley was known for its volcanic activity from the time of the cretaceous, some 65 million years ago, and is home to at least 14 different volcanic vents, making it a hotbed for hidden gemstones. . .Carmeltazite is said to possess spectacular commercial potential, resembling other gemstones such as sapphires used in the jewelry industry. The material is also said to have a higher density than diamond, and is far rarer than diamond."
look at the miners, they look tired. hope the outside "mining company" help are getting paid a lot of money to do that back-breaking job....
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An Israel-based startup has been cleared in the United States to market its standing wheelchair.
UPnRIDE Robotics’s wheeled, robotic, hoverboard-like device enables users who are unable to stand on their own to travel independently in an upright position.
The product is the first smart and robotic mobility device to provide full functionality both in standing and sitting positions, with full, safe and functional mobility.
It is suitable for most wheelchair users, including the elderly and people suffering from various health conditions such as paralysis, multiple sclerosis and following a stroke.
The approval comes several weeks after the company announced it had raised over £800,000 from investors.
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