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French candidate Fillon faces questions over wife's work

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Yahoo News PARIS (AP) — French presidential hopeful Francois Fillon's so far smooth campaign hit its first hurdle Wednesday after claims emerged that his wife was paid about 500,000 euros (more than $535,000) with parliamentary funds.

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Chelsea yang Semakin Mengerikan

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Chelsea vs Everton, Prediksi Chelsea vs Everton Chelsea yang Semakin Mengerikan – Di pekan ke-11 Premier League musim ini, Chelsea tampil trengginas. Skuat asuhan Antonio Conte membuat lawan-lawannya makin waspada setelah menang telak

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Dog's dinner: DNA clue to how dogs became our friends

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Dog's dinner: DNA clue to how dogs became our friends "As it was absent in samples coming from hunter-gatherers' contexts, we linked it to the development of agriculture in early farming society," Dr Ollivier told BBC News. "This probably

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Want to get rid of VR sickness? A zap to the head may help

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Want to get rid of VR sickness? A zap to the head may help

If you’ve experienced the thrill of playing around in VR, you also know that it comes with a significant bit of nausea. As the sights around you mimic motion and speed, your inner ear gets tricked into thinking you’re moving when you’re actually not. You try to push past it, but before long you’ve bought yourself a one-way ticket to puke city.

But researchers at the Mayo Clinic have been developing a way to stop you from getting sick in the first place. But with one catch: it involves zaps of electricity to your head.

It’s not as dangerous as it sounds, but it does involve well-placed electrodes in addition to the VR headset. Essentially, a steady stream of electricity in the direction of the motion onscreen stimulate the inner ear to help the brain match pictures with action.

The Mayo Clinic has licensed this technology to a Los Angeles company called vMocion, so it’s much closer to reality than fiction. But whether it becomes popular is another thing.

I mean, between throwing up and zaps to the head, which would you choose?

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