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Straight from grounds of Ed Currie’s PuckerButt Pepper Company—appropriately named—we ordered a shipment of the world’s hottest little peppers known as the Carolina Reaper. After taste-testing the world’s hottest mini chocolate bar, featuring the unreleased Black Reaper Pepper, we decided to take the heat up a notch with the current record holder and indulge in not one, but two Carolina Reapers.

To put this fiery little bugger into perspective, we’ll use the heat-driven Scoville Scale. Scoville Heat Units (SHU) are used to measure the spiciness of a substance according to the concentration of capsaicin—the chemical that gives peppers their extra kick.

Beginning at the bottom of the scale, bell peppers contain zero capsaicin, meaning they don’t actually produce any “spicy” at all. Tabasco sauce ranks around 3,750 Scoville and is considered mild enough to appear on restaurant tables all over the world.

The common jalapeño has a score ranging anywhere from 2,500 to 8,000 SHU. If you’re breaking a sweat at this point, we definitely don’t recommend the attempting to eat a Carolina Reaper, the pepper is about 600 times hotter than the measly jalapeño. The Carolina Reaper tops out at a staggering 2.2 million Scoville! Eating one is as close to getting sprayed in the mouth with police pepper spray that food has gotten.

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Ed Currie, the father of the Carolina Reaper and widely known as the “pepper guru” engineered the Carolina Reaper by crossing a Ghost Pepper with a Red Habanero. Though its origins sound simple enough, Currie has been growing peppers for decades, raising over a hundred varieties and managing over 100,000 plants each year.

Despite being the hottest pepper in the world, aficionados insist the Reaper is more than just a pouch full of heat. It also has fruity undertones that make it taste like cinnamon and chocolate. All of that flavor can be easy to miss, however, as its heat wreaks havoc on your tongue. Capsaicin is a chemical reaction, resulting in a burning reaction so intense that the human body can react violently. Salivating, redness, sweating, and discomfort are just the start.

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[October 10-16, 2019] Drug-busting wild hogs, a puppy with an extra tail, and the rest of the week’s weird news from Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

Snort And Destroy

A smuggling operation in Tuscany was brought to a close thanks to the work of a group of feral hogs. Italian police had been working to bring down cocaine traders, even managing to wire-tap their phones. While monitoring their calls, they caught an interesting bit of conversation: the gangsters complained about wild hogs finding their hidden drug cache. All told, the hogs are believed to have destroyed 22,000 in cocaine.

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Narwhal The Puppy

A puppy with an “extra tail” on its forehead was rescued by an animal shelter in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Mac’s Mission is a shelter for special-needs dogs and is glad to announce that the protrusion on this 10-week-old puppy is nothing to worry about. They plan on keeping him off the adoption listings for a bit longer until they can confirm his little horn won’t cause any problems as he grows. Otherwise, the puppy—which they’ve lovingly named Narwhal—can keep wagging his extra tail.

Hurricane Cows

When Hurricane Dorian swept up the coast it brought widespread rain and destruction to beaches like Cedar Island in North Carolina. Wild horses and cows were swept out to sea by the storm, and many thought they were lost for good. This week, a group of cows has come home. Up to six of the animals have been spotted grazing across the water at Cape Lookout National Seashore. Apparently, they were able to swim to the seashore, and have been living comfortably ever since.

Ice Eggs

Snow and ice can manifest in all sorts of strange ways, but nobody was expecting to find what looked like hundreds of frozen eggs along the shores of Hailuoto Island in Finland. Photographer Risto Mattila happened upon these strange objects while walking around the island in freezing weather. The frozen spheres stretched for about a hundred feet ranging in size from golf balls to footballs. Meteorologists note it takes very particular conditions for snow balls to occur, necessitating freezing water that is relatively still.

 

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Fanged Deer Found After 30 years

While they weren’t sure if they were extinct or not, scientists hadn’t seen a silver-backed chevrotain in over 30 years until this week. These tiny mammals aren’t really mice or deer but are a tiny cloven-hoofed animals endemic to southeast Asia. A few other species can be found in zoos across Vietnam, but the silver-backed species hadn’t been officially recorded for decades. Experts didn’t know of anything that indicated something had hunted them to extinction, but still had a hard time finding them. Thanks to a trail cam set up in the remote woods, these fanged creatures are back to officially existing.

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Google`s hand has been caught in the cookie jar of your personal health data. And now, congress is trying to slam that lid shut. 

This week, multiple reports came to light showing that Google is very much in the business of acquiring data about our health — from government bodies, health institutes and our own Google searches. That`s caused alarm because, under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), a person`s health information is supposed to have strict privacy protections. However, it turns out that HIPAA loopholes, and the digital nature of a lot of that information, have punctured a gaping hole in our protective shield.  Read more...

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Former Bolivian President Evo Morales said in an interview with Reuters in Mexico City on Friday that the United States had offered a plane to get him out of Bolivia.
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An improvised explosive device went off in Baghdad`s Tayaran Square, killing two people and injuring 12, Iraqi security sources said late on Friday.
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You`re probably not going to get everything on your Christmas list, you might as well shoot for the stars. 

Not sure where to start? Take notes from this 10-year-old, whose Christmas list is the most luxurious list of items ever compiled.

The girl`s dad, clearly awestruck by his child`s knowledge of luxury goods, tweeted the list on Wednesday. "My 10 year old daughter must be out of her mind with this Christmas list," he wrote.

My 10 year old daughter must be out of her mind with this Christmas list 😒😒😒 pic.twitter.com/Qqsje79rda

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A private equity firm will soon run the internet’s top domain name extension for nonprofits after purchasing the nonprofit organization that runs it.

Public Interest Registry (PIR), which runs the .org domain registry, has been sold to private equity firm Ethos Capital, according to the registry’s parent organization, Internet Society. The price of the acquisition is still unknown.

The .org domain name has been maintained by PIR since 2002. Internet Society was awarded the contract by ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) and created PIR to run the extension.

Earlier this summer, Mashable covered the ongoing battle between ICANN and .org domain registrars and registrants after the organization that oversees the web domain system decided to lift the long-established price cap in its .org contract with PIR. Read more...

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The widow of a Russian dissident murdered in London plans to challenge a decision by Prime Minister Boris Johnson`s government not to publish a report on alleged Russian meddling in Britain, a lawyer representing the widow said.
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The United States no longer has an adversarial relationship with the Sudanese government and is working with its counterparts on the possibility of removing it from a list of state sponsors of terrorism, a senior State Department official said on Friday.
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The scam uses "crowdfunded products" to attract new users to spend money. The users will then get ghosted or sent a fake product after paying. Read more...

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Pope Francis said on Friday politicians who rage against homosexuals, gypsies and Jews remind him of Hitler.
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Sweden`s minister for culture defended freedom of speech at a literary award ceremony for detained bookseller Gui Minhai in Stockholm on Friday, after Beijing`s ambassador threatened to ban her from entering China if she attended the prize-giving.
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Chilean lawmakers agreed on Friday to hold a referendum next April on replacing the country`s unpopular Pinochet-era constitution, bowing to demands of protesters who say the country`s decades-old social model has created deep inequality.
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The United States no longer has an adversarial relationship with the Sudanese government and sees it as a partner, but removing it from a list of state sponsors of terrorism is a process, Tibor Nagy, assistant secretary for African affairs at the State Department said on Friday.
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A simple haircut can make Alfredo Mamani feel like things are getting back to normal. The school teacher is glad to get a trim after three tense weeks in Bolivia that have upturned its government.
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After a monthlong political crisis, Lebanon faces an economic one too, as the effects of long-term policies crash into citizens’ lives.
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Streaming services were supposed to save us from the high prices of cable and satellite subscriptions, but Hulu did its part to blur the lines between the two this week. 

The Disney-owned streaming giant announced Friday that Hulu + Live TV would get a 10 price increase to a new base rate of 54.99 per month. That will still get you the same things it always has, such as access to more than 60 channels as well as Hulu`s existing on-demand library, but you`ll pay more for it than you did before starting Dec. 18.

Hulu`s press release said the new price "reflects the substantial value" of the service, but acknowledged that will probably not be enough for some consumers. You can still opt in and out of the Live TV part anytime you want, so if you need to dip in and out for any reason, Hulu won`t stop you. Read more...

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French President Emmanuel Macron assured Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy of support during a phone call ahead of a peace summit on eastern Ukraine taking place on Dec. 9 in Paris, Zelenskiy`s office said on Friday.
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The leaders of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine will meet in Paris on Dec. 9 in an attempt to advance efforts for a peaceful resolution to the conflict in eastern Ukraine, the French presidency said on Friday.
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Laurent Simons isn`t like most other nine-year-old boys. He`s on course to soon have his bachelor`s degree in electrical engineering.
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We will be posting a selection of the very best deals on this page, but if you are looking for something specific, please visit the following pages:


Black Friday and Cyber Monday are arguably the biggest shopping events of the year. The only thing that can come close is Prime Day, but that`s limited to Amazon. You can expect big sales and deals from all the leading retailers during Black Friday, on a wide range of products. Read more...

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Good news if you`re a fan of being constantly corrected by technology about everything you`ve been doing wrong your entire life: Google will now be able to to tell you what words you`ve been mispronouncing.

Best of all, it`s pretty easy to do so. Simply go to Google on your phone or computer, type, "How do you pronounce [word]" in the search bar, and click. Google will provide you with an audio clip of that word`s correct pronunciation.  

Where is Google is getting its pronunciations from? The Oxford English Dictionary? Webster`s? It`s not listed, so we reached out to Google for additional information.  Read more...

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The timing of the announcement suggested an urgent scramble to fill a budget gap caused partly by severe American sanctions.
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Ousted Bolivian president Evo Morales said on Friday that fresh elections could be held without him, potentially removing an obstacle to choosing a new leader in the South American country thrown into turmoil by his resignation.
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Russia freed two Lithuanians and a Norwegian on Friday in return for two Russian spies held in Lithuania, in a Cold War-style spy swap that brought several high profile espionage cases to a close.
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Ousted Bolivian president Evo Morales said fresh elections could be held in the country without him, in an interview with Reuters in Mexico City on Friday.
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Ousted Bolivian president Evo Morales said in an interview with Reuters on Friday that he was not organizing demonstrations from Mexico, where he has been given asylum.
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King Leonidas and the Epic Battle of the 300 at Thermopylae

Zack Snyder’s 2007 fantasy historical film, 300, has probably made the Battle of Thermopylae one of the most famous battles of the ancient world. However, the film has more fantasy than history in it. Most people are aware that the leader of the Greeks during the battle was Leonidas of Sparta. Yet, how much do we actually know about King Leonidas, and what happened with ‘the 300’ during the Battle of Thermopylae?

Who was King Leonidas?

According to ancient Greek historian Herodotus, Leonidas was the son of King Alexandridas and his first wife, an unnamed woman who was also the king’s niece. Leonidas, however, was not the first child, as his father’s second wife bore a son, Cleomenes. Soon after this, Alexandridas’ first wife bore a son as well, Dorieus, who was Leonidas’ elder brother.

After Dorieus was born, the king’s first wife was pregnant with Leonidas, and he was followed by Cleombrotus; although Herodotus suggests that there was an account stating that Leonidas and Cleombrotus were twins.

Leonidas’ ascension to the throne of Sparta in 489 BC was, as described by Herodotus, ‘a result of an unforeseeable situation’. As the third son of Alexandridas, Leonidas’ chances of obtaining the throne were rather slim, and he had no designs on the kingship. Upon the death of Alexandridas, the Spartan throne went to Cleomenes.

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Painting by Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, Orientalism genre, representation of The Book of Exposition. Source: Jeangagnon / Public Domain.

Though this title may make many an aspiring writer think it to be instructional for forbidding the writing of on the nose dialogue, The Book of Exposition is far from the case. The Kitab al-Izah Fi`ilm al-Kikah b-it-Tatam w-al-Kamal or The Book of Exposition, is a collection of 15th century Arabic erotica. 

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The men are accused of conspiring to gain access to cellphones in order to steal hundreds of thousands of dollars in cryptocurrency. Read more...

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Father-of-three Alex Nunez was returning from work in October during a military curfew imposed to curb violent protests in Chile`s capital Santiago when, his family say, he was chased by three police officers who beat him badly.
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Billionaire George Soros opened the new main campus of his Central European University in Vienna on Friday, saying it would not halt its struggle to defend academic freedom from Viktor Orban, the right wing leader he says hounded it from Hungary.
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Is anyone tired of hearing about Disney+ yet?

That`s too damn bad, because the only time we`ll stop talking about it is during the hour and a half that we`re invested in a DCOM.

We`re not alone in that obsession, though. Disney+ rallied up 10 million subscribers in its first 24 hours, which is more users than CBS All Access and HBO Now have gotten in their entire existence. It`s hard to say no to when access to nearly every Star Wars and Avengers movie is available for a measly 6.99/month.

But that`s not the only streaming service tea this week: One day after Disney+ launched, Netflix announced a multi-year deal with Nickelodeon. Original series that fans have been itching to stream like Rocko`s Modern Life and Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus will be available, and a new SpongeBob movie spinoff is also coming out of the partnership.  Read more...

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TL;DR: There are half a dozen Instant Pots on sale across Walmart and Amazon ahead of Black Friday, and you can save up to 50% depending on the model you buy.


Let the games begin.

Amazon and Walmart are currently going head-to-head with dueling Instant Pot deals ahead of the annual shopping holiday, with six different models on sale for as much as half off. (Half! Off!)

You might be wondering: Will Amazon, Walmart, and other retailers still offer discounts on the cult favorite multicookers come Black Friday proper? We`re here to tell you: absolutely yes. We already know that Target plans on dropping the price of the 6-quart Duo Nova to a mere 64.95 (down 35 from 99.95) and Walmart is scheduled to put the 6-quart Duo on sale for just 49 (down nearly 51 from 99.95).  Read more...

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CAIRO – 15 November 2019: The United Nations Human Rights Council (OHCHR) in Geneva adopted on Thursday, 15 November, nearly 372 recommendations on the Universal Periodic Review session on Egypt.

These adopted recommendations represented about five key themes.

Egypt`s official delegation did not express any observations or objections to any of the recommendations received. The official delegation also affirmed that they will be studying the received recommendations carefully and that the government will announce its official replay by the end of February.

Full statement of Egypt`s delegation head during 3rd UPR session at UNHCR

CAIRO - 13 November 2019: Head of Egypt`s delegation Omar Marwan to its 3rd Universal Periodic Review session gave a speech on Wednesday regarding Egypt`s record of human rights in light of its response to previous session`s recommendations and obligations, at the Geneva-based UN Human Rights Council (UNHCR).






Egypt issued its report on November 13, as among 163 countries only 39 have criticized the government for practices related to human rights, and other 97 countries praises Egypt’s efforts and demanded it to do more efforts to improve its human rights record.

On November 14, Mohamed Fayek, head of the National Council for Human Rights, said most of the countries` comments and reports on Egypt`s human rights situation and report were generally fair and not hostile.

Remarks on Egypt`s human rights report `not hostile`: official

CAIRO - 14 November 2019: Mohamed Fayek, head of the National Council for Human Rights, said most of the countries` comments and reports on Egypt`s human rights situation and report were generally fair and not hostile. Fayek left for Geneva to attend the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Egypt, before the UN Human Rights Council on Wednesday.





Fayek left for Geneva to attend the Universal Periodic Review of Egypt, before the UN Human Rights Council on Wednesday.

Concerning the remarks of some countries on the human rights situation in Egypt, Fayek said that some of the comments were positive. Fayek, in this regard, praised the efforts of the government, represented by Parliamentary Affairs Minister Omar Marwan, in preparing Egypt`s UPR report.

Many of the comments indicated the government`s positive response to many of the recommendations and resolutions of the last periodic review, Fayek said, adding that, on the other hand, comments of some of the European countries on the human rights situation in Egypt were not positive.

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A team of ducks crossing the road in Gisborne, New Zealand were saved when Tesla Autopilot sensed the fowl in the road and swerved at the last minute, narrowly avoiding them.

According to the video`s description, the driver of the Tesla Model 3 didn`t notice the ducks because of a shadow on the road. But Autopilot did, and stepped in just in time, braking and veering into the adjacent empty lane.

"If it wasn`t for the Autopilot function, I think the ducks would not have survived," the driver wrote. 

The ducks cut it close, and we definitely gasped at the near miss. Unfortunately, Autopilot does not perform seamlessly every time, and advancing car tech continues to be a topic of both interest and skepticism. But we`re happy the ducks made it out unscathed.  Read more...

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We are anxiously awaiting the arrival of Black Friday, but our shopping carts can`t wait. If you`re like us and are already taking advantage of pre-Black Friday deals, welcome friend. (Walmart is already having awesome Black Friday sales, BTW.) 

Some deals are worth snatching up now instead of waiting until Black Friday. In fact, we found some really great prices on laptops and tablets for this weekend. Snag a Microsoft Surface Pro for 300 off or check out some of Acer`s lower-priced machines.

Here are more of the best deals on laptops and tablets for the weekend of Nov. 15: Read more...

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Warming seas and excavations within the Venice lagoon mean the exceptionally high flood waters in the city this week are also saltier, posing an extra threat to its architectural treasures.
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Britain`s opposition Labour Party says if it wins the Dec. 12 election it will nationalize BT`s broadband network and provide free internet for all within a decade, a radical election pledge to roll back decades of private ownership.
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Ukraine`s security service said on Friday it had detained the deputy of Abu Omar al-Shishani, the man the Pentagon described as Islamic State`s "minister of war", after he crossed into Ukraine on a fake passport last year.
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The Hungarian government has proposed legislation that would increase its control over the country`s courts and independent schools, raising concerns from rights groups.
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"This fire has burned 4,000 years and never stopped," says Aliyeva Rahila. "Even the rain coming here, snow, wind -- it never stops burning."
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It`s Abu Dhabi`s star attraction, attracting millions each year, yet despite the footfall, there`s a wonderful air of calm that surrounds the majestic Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque.
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The timing of the announcement suggested an urgent scramble to fill a budget gap caused partly by severe American sanctions.
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If you don`t know 9-year-old drummer Nandi Bushell already, you probably will soon. 

Despite her young age, the 9-year-old from Ipswich, England, has been posting drum covers to her YouTube channel for over two years. She`s covered the likes of Beyoncé, Metallica, Joan Jett. Now, she`s going viral for her recent cover of Nirvana`s "In Bloom."

She kills it, of course, beating the drums exactly like Dave Grohl, and letting loose with a few screams in between. And aside from her recent viral video, Bushell has been having quite the year. She got to rock out in a new Argos holiday ad, slaying the classic `80s hit "Don`t You (Forget About Me)" by Simple Minds. Read more...

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Outside an annual gala held by the conservative Federalist Society in which Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh spoke, protesters erected a huge screen that played a video of Christine Blasey Ford`s testimony during Kavanaugh`s confirmation hearing. 

In 2018, Blasey Ford, a California psychology professor, accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her in 1982. Kavanaugh denied the allegations, and went on to get confirmed as a Supreme Court Justice. 

Kavanaugh`s appearance at the Federalist Society marked his first major public speech since his controversial confirmation last year, according to TimeRead more...

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