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11th February 2020

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These are the world's most innovative countries. The US isn't even in the top 5

Germany has been named the most innovative country in the world, according to Bloomberg's latest Innovation Index.

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Google earth also allows you to see images of mars.

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Google once hired a camel to photograph street view images of Abu Dhabi's Liwa Oasis.

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Divers discovered the ancient woman's remains in the Chan Hol cave, near Tulum, Mexico. The underwater survey was led by Jerónimo Avilés, a speleologist at the Museum of the Desert of Coahuila.

This woman, whose remains were found in an underwater cave in Mexico, lived about 9,900 years ago, just as the last ice age was ending. Read more here
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Before the 16th president took office, Abraham Lincoln was declared a wrestling champion. The 6'4" president had only one loss among his around 300 contests. He earned a reputation for this in New Salem, Illinois, as an elite fighter. Eventually, he earned his county's wrestling championship.
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“Enthusiasm is common. Endurance is rare.” ~ Angela Duckworth

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