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Free guide to health insurance under the Affordable Care Act
submitted by sasamma 1857 days ago (via thehealthsherpa.com)
The Health Sherpa is a free guide that makes it easier to find and sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. We only use carefully vetted, publicly available data. The Health Sherpa is not affiliated with any lobby, trade group or government agency and has no political agenda.
 
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F-Droid
submitted by sasamma 1821 days ago (via f-droid.org)
On this site you’ll find a repository of FOSS apps, along with an Android client to perform installations and updates, and news, reviews and other features covering all things Android and software-freedom related.
 
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28 must have dishes from 28 Indian states
submitted by sasamma 1821 days ago (via storypick.com)
Every state in India has different taste and cooking style. Here’s a list of some authentic, must have, local dishes indigenous to the various Indian states.
 
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USA Lags Behind China in Renewables Investments
submitted by sasamma 1555 days ago (via climatecentral.org)
China is the world leader in clean energy investment, with $54 billion in investments in renewables in 2013, well above total U.S. investment of $36.7 billion.
 
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Personal vehicles consume more than 60% of the energy in USA
submitted by sasamma 1555 days ago (via needtoknow.nas.edu)
About 9% for aircraft and about 3% for trains and buses. Personal vehicles, on the other hand, consume more than 60% of the energy used for transportation
 
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How much does electricity cost?
submitted by sasamma 1553 days ago (via shrinkthatfootprint.com)
Electricity prices around the world in $/kWh
 
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Here are all the countries that don’t have a currency of their own
submitted by sasamma 1552 days ago (via qz.com)
Defenders of dollarization in El Salvador have said it helped to prevent economic crises and attacks from speculators that have befallen countries like Mexico and Argentina—though the cost of converting from the colon to the dollar resulted in prices being round up by fractions of a dollar, creating rising costs for the poorest Salvadorans.
 
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Is it possible to control cancer without killing it?
submitted by sasamma 1552 days ago (via newyorker.com)
Some cancers have IDH1, IDH2 mutations that change cellular metabolism - This drug is the first targeting the IDH2 enzyme that has been tested in humans - 6 out of 7 patients whose disease (leucemia) had the specific IDH2 mutations had "objective response" to the drug, ie the disease burden was reduced. Note, this does not mean cure.
 
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Scientists Twist Radio Beams to Send Data at 32 Gigabits Per Second
submitted by sasamma 1547 days ago (via ibtimes.co.uk)
Scientists Twist Radio Beams to Send Data at 32 Gigabits Per Second, 30 Times Faster than 4G LTE
 
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