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A California man who long held the belief that the earth is flat has died after his home-made rocket blasted off into the desert sky and plunged back to earth as he was trying to fly to the edge of outer space to prove that the earth is flat and not round.The video below showed the rocket taking off, with what appears to...
An Irish drug dealer learned the hard way what every bitcoin investor knows: never lose your codes. Clifton Collins, a former security guard and a beekeeper turned weed grower/dealer, lost $60 million when his landlord cleaned out the house he’d been renting and sent everything to the dump — including Collin’s fishing rod case that hid his Bitcoin codes. Without the codes, the accounts can’t be...
Sadly, thousands of people fall victims to various internet crimes every year. A new FBI report on Internet crime in 2019 highlights the most devastating cybercrime with reported losses exceeding $3.5 billion.The FBI based its report on 467,000 complaints by the public to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) in 2019.SIM swapping is an emerging high-profile crime, the...
The World Health Organization has disclosed that Coronavirus (COVID-19) can survive for several hours on surfaces. But simple disinfectants can kill the virus before it infects people, the organization says.The best way to avoid being infected with the coronavirus is to avoid being exposed to it, the Center for Disease Control (CDC), says, as there is currently no vaccine...
China’s central bank will destroy some cash in areas hard-hit by the coronavirus to prevent contagion.Bills will be locked up for at least 14 days at other locations as the money come back to local banks, while less impacted areas are required to place cash in a week of quarantine. Read on through this linkhttps://www.mazechmedia.com/2020/02/chinas-central-bank-to-destroy-billions-of-cash-in-areas-hard-hit-by-coronavirus-to-prevent-contagion/
John Stumpf, the former CEO of Wells Fargo, has been banned for life from banking. The announcement was made on Thursday January 23 by the U.S. government’s Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.The former CEO, who presided over the bank while it opened millions of potentially fake accounts, was also ordered to pay a $17.5 million fine for his role...
An “angry-looking” tortoise was rescued on Christmas Day after it started a fire in a house in the UK. Read on through the link belowhttps://www.mazechmedia.com/2019/12/angry-tortoise-rescued-after-setting-house-on-fire-on-christmas-day/
Tech giant, Facebook really has a lot of work to do. According to Glassdoor’s latest ranking of the best companies to work for, there is a decline in people’s interest in working at Facebook. Glassdoor released its annual "Best Places to Work" list for 2020, which compiles employees' anonymous ratings and reviews on Glassdoor, though the actual rankings are determined...
Nigerian citizens and holders of Nigerian passport can visit certain countries without worrying about visas because these countries do not require a visa upon entry if you travel with your Nigerian passport.Currently, there are 45 visa free countries for holders of Nigerian International passport.Here is a list of visa free countries for Nigerians and visa requirements to those countries:Barbados...
Facebook announced on Wednesday it has shut down 5.4 billion fake accounts so far in 2019.According to the data, approximately 5 percent of worldwide Facebook active users were identified as fake accounts throughout the year.The company said in its Community Standards Enforcement Report  that they classify fake accounts into two types: abusive and under-misclassified.Roughly 3.3 billion fake accounts were removed...

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