William Morris would be horrified: the Industrial Revolution which his Arts and Crafts movement was protesting against is now considered romantic. Steampunk is aware of the irony of escaping today’s technology by celebrating another era’s automation. Aethercon organiser Michael Hodgson admits he’s a software engineer. It was well known the Otto’s mistreated their servants and […]

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360 Degrees Rotating With Aggressive Inline SkatingThe sport where you can show impossible tricks, increase your stamina, meet new people, and tell impressive stories about your injuries. Aggressive inline skating is not the most popular sport, but we can all agree that it looks amazing what you can do on a pair of inline skates. […]

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In a sub group of 30 mares, association between pregnancy loss and the presence of five common Thoroughbred horse haplotypes of the equine Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) was assessed. This involved development of sequence specific, reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reactions and in several mares, measurement of cytotoxic T lymphocyte activity. Of the 46 mares, 10 […]

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He’s picking up where he left off after seven years as a computer engineer.”We’re total nerds,” Thomas says, wryly.These nerds are on the vanguard of an art form as old as the pyramids. Using new technologies, they are spanning a divide between dialectic views of graffiti one that says it’s an art, one that it’s […]

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So until the current consensus trades start failing, stay with them. This is a space where subscribers can engage with each other and Globe staff. Non subscribers can read and sort comments but will not be able to engage with them in any way. Background: Asthma is a common problem in children and, if inadequately […]

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