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French farmer finds happiness in life before machines

When farm machinery revolutionized French agriculture in the years after World War Two, a young Jean-Bernard Huon turned his back on the new technology.
Half a century later Huon still uses oxen to plough his fields, determined to preserve an ancestral, peasant way of life.

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The SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket launch in photos

Yesterday was a momentous occasion in space travel when SpaceX launched the most powerful rocket of the last 30 years into space. And some of the parts even came back to earth on their own to be used again. All privately funded.
Simply totally cool and amazing.

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The 2018 Singapore Airshow

We like a good airshow, so here are some images from the 2018 Singapore Airshow.

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The Photos Of 2018 Week 05

Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.

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Inside Amazon’s Spheres

When you're called Amazon and you've got all the money in the world you can build yourself an office called Spheres and populate it with some 40,000 plants of 400 species.
You'll never want to leave this place and that's exactly what they want.

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Ahead of South Korea’s Olympics, a ski resort decays

Every Olympic Games it's the same story. The host nation has a plan with all the expensive new facilities they are building once the Games have gone. However, more often than not, these same buildings end up abandoned for they are simply to big and too expensive to keep in decent standing for the local population.
As South Korea prepares to host the 2018 Winter Olympics in a raft of new sporting venues, the abandoned Alps Ski Resort, 60 miles away, stands in grim contrast, as the future of South Korea's new facilities remains uncertain.

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A Year In Space 2017

We continue to explore the unknown to make it the known.

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Best Pictures Of 2017

I just checked out what I wrote in 2015 and it turns out nothing has changed. Absolutely nothing. Syria is still one big mess. Innocent refugees still want to flee countless frightening war zones. The Brexit has isolated and divided Britain a little more. Trump has done the same in the US. France was once again hit with terrorist attacks. And falling oil prices have given companies and consumers the excuse not to care about the environment as much.
I would be really good if we could let 2016 be and concentrate on making 2017 a year to never forget for the right reasons.


Yeah, that didn't happen, did it? If anything, things got worse, we just decided to turn a blind eye to some things that might offend or disturb us. Let's stop that in 2018 and make a difference to the present and the future.

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The Photos Of 2017 Week 48

Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.

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The Photos Of 2017 Week 47

Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.

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Border jam puts Mongolia’s coal lifeline under threat

In Mongolia's Gobi desert, thousands of heavy-duty trucks laden with coal inch along a cluttered highway towards the Chinese border in a journey that can take more than a week.

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New Dehli covered in a haze of smog

India plans to spray water over its capital New Delhi to combat toxic smog that has triggered a pollution emergency.
Maybe combat it by being a lot stricter on what generates the smog in the first place?

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