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  • An amateur archaeologist has found gold coins from the time of Julius Caesar in Britain

    An amateur archaeologist has found gold coins from the time of Julius Caesar in Britain

    (ORDO NEWS) — In many countries instrumental search for amateurs is prohibited. This is due to the destruction of the cultural layer by unprofessional search engines. But in Britain it is officially allowed, so there often smiles on amateurs luck. George Ridway, whose hobby is archeology, spotted a field in satellite images that seemed promising to him. He went there with a metal detector, and after a while discovered artifacts…

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  • Electric car company with NASA contract reported a lack of money

    Electric car company with NASA contract reported a lack of money

    (ORDO NEWS) — The electric vehicle company, which recently won a NASA contract to supply a modern version of the “Astrovan” to carry astronauts on the Artemis mission to the launch pad, warned on May 10 that it could soon run out of money. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on May 10, Canoo Technologies issued a so-called “going concern warning” due to ongoing losses. The company…

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  • How much will the Great Pyramid cost if built in 2022

    How much will the Great Pyramid cost if built in 2022

    (ORDO NEWS) — Nowadays, we are accustomed to skyscrapers that have long crossed the half-kilometer mark. However, until about 1300, the pyramid of Cheops, with its current height of 138 m, was the tallest building for 3 thousand years. But it is worth considering the fact that it was built in 2600 BC. without access to modern technology. How much will it cost to build the Great Pyramid in 2022?…

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  • It turns out that all the plastic that now lies in American landfills is worth billions of dollars

    It turns out that all the plastic that now lies in American landfills is worth billions of dollars

    (ORDO NEWS) — According to new estimates from the Department of Energy (DOE), an average of $7.2 billion of plastic ended up in landfills in the United States in 2019. When you factor in the cost of producing, marketing, and recycling all this junk material, the cost to the economy is significant. This does not take into account the environmental cost of plastic pollution. Although landfills are often considered the…

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  • Experts estimate how much it would cost to build an Egyptian pyramid today

    Experts estimate how much it would cost to build an Egyptian pyramid today

    (ORDO NEWS) — The Egyptian pyramids are an important historical architectural heritage of the country, attracting tourists and explorers from all over the world. The experts decided to calculate how much it would cost to build such a structure in modern times. As of 2018, there were almost 140 ancient pyramids in Egypt, most of which were built as tombs for rulers. There were also conspiracy theories, according to which…

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  • Dog finds Polands biggest treasure in 100 years 1

    Dog finds Poland’s biggest treasure in 100 years

    (ORDO NEWS) — A dog named Kaitus has discovered the largest treasure found in Poland in the last 100 years. The treasure was found buried in a clay pot near Walbrzych by a dog named Kaitus while walking with the owner. Information about the unusual find was received by the branch in Walbrzych, WUOZ in Wrocław on Thursday 7 April. The next day, Marek Kowalski, an inspector of monuments, together…

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  • Elon Musk believes that almost anyone can afford a flight to Mars for 100 000

    Elon Musk believes that “almost anyone” can afford a flight to Mars for $100,000

    (ORDO NEWS) — Billionaire Elon Musk has shown how out of touch he is by saying that “almost anyone” can afford a $100,000 trip to Mars. The SpaceX CEO has long dreamed of taking millions of people to the red planet, but his recent comment about the affordability of the price raised eyebrows. Musk shared his controversial opinion in an interview with Chris Anderson, head of the TED conference, which…

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  • Elon Musk Loses 29 Billion After Decision to Buy Twitter

    Elon Musk Loses $29 Billion After Decision to Buy Twitter

    (ORDO NEWS) — The fortunes of the American entrepreneur, the founder of SpaceX and Tesla, Elon Musk, decreased by $ 29 billion on the first day after the businessman agreed with the management of Twitter to buy the social network, Forbes Real-Time reports. It is noted that the entrepreneur’s shares fell due to the fact that the Tesla board of directors expressed doubts about the effectiveness of Musk’s management of…

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  • Starlink customers are unhappy with the increase in prices for communication kits

    Starlink customers are unhappy with the increase in prices for communication kits

    (ORDO NEWS) — Alan Sby was unhappy with his satellite broadband from his provider because Zoom meetings, live streaming, and streaming just didn’t work. So in February 2021, Sbee, who lives in the mountains of North Carolina, paid $100 for a connection kit. Sbee said he hasn’t heard from Elon Musk’s satellite internet company since then and hasn’t received his connection kit. And to make matters worse, Starlink has just…

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  • Twitter agrees to sell itself to Elon Musk for 44 billion

    Twitter agrees to sell itself to Elon Musk for $44 billion

    (ORDO NEWS) — Twitter has agreed to sell itself to Elon Musk in a deal worth about $44 billion, the company said on Monday. Earlier, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX became one of the largest shareholders of Twitter, where he was offered a seat on the board of directors and offered to buy the company. The deal came after Musk revealed last week that he had raised $46.5 billion…

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  • An amateur archaeologist has found a treasure of 1290 Roman coins in Switzerland 1

    An amateur archaeologist has found a treasure of 1290 Roman coins in Switzerland

    (ORDO NEWS) — Amateur archaeologist Daniel Ludin discovered a treasure of 1290 Roman coins in Switzerland. All of them were minted from a copper alloy in the first half of the 4th century AD, during the reign of Constantine the Great. According to researchers, this money was equivalent to two monthly earnings of a Roman legionnaire. This was reported in a press release from the Swiss archaeological service Archäologie Baselland.…

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  • Rich Treasure From Emperor Constantine Found In Switzerland

    Rich Treasure from Emperor Constantine found in Switzerland

    (ORDO NEWS) — In Switzerland, amateur archaeologist Daniel Ludin discovered a hoard of more than 1,000 coins. The latter date back to the second quarter of the 4th century, that is, the time when the Roman Empire was ruled by the converted emperor Constantine. According to The History Blog, the treasure was discovered in the city of Bubendorf, located in north-central Switzerland. An amateur archaeologist explored the surroundings of Wildenstein…

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  • Tickets to Mars will be able to afford many inhabitants of the Earth Elon Musk

    Tickets to Mars will be able to afford many inhabitants of the Earth – Elon Musk

    (ORDO NEWS) — The head of SpaceX Elon Musk said that the hypothetical price of 100 thousand dollars for a ticket to the Red Planet should be affordable for many inhabitants of the Earth. The Starship spacecraft, which is now being actively developed, will fly there. Recall that SpaceX previously announced plans to build an autonomous settlement on Mars over the next decades. The largest Starship spacecraft in history should…

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  • US spent millions of dollars on fantastic research

    US spent millions of dollars on fantastic research

    (ORDO NEWS) — The now-defunct U.S. government’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) has spent millions of taxpayer dollars researching bizarre experimental technologies such as invisibility cloaks, anti-gravity devices, and calculations to create moon tunnels using nuclear explosions. The AATIP documents, which include nearly 1,600 pages of reports, proposals, contracts and memos, reveal some of the strange priorities of AATIP, a secret Department of Defense program that ran from 2007…

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  • Lucky man won the lottery three times and received 230 thousand dollars

    Lucky man won the lottery three times and received 230 thousand dollars

    (ORDO NEWS) — Lucky North Carolina resident Gregg Hensley won the lottery three times and became rich. It is reported by UPI. In total, over two years, a 63-year-old man won 230 thousand dollars (almost 19 million rubles). On April 11, he won the top prize of $200,000 in the Multiply the Cash lottery, up from $10,000 earlier this year. He received another $20,000 in 2020. Hensley admitted that he…

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  • An Ancient Financial Crisis Has Been Discovered in Roman Coins 1

    An ancient financial crisis has been discovered… in Roman Coins

    (ORDO NEWS) — Roman statesman and philosopher Marcus Tullius Cicero wrote of coins with fluctuating value in his 44 BCE essay on moral leadership. Centuries later, this briefest of mentions fueled a longstanding historical debate – one that’s just been answered by the coins themselves. “Historians have long debated what the statesman and scholar meant when he wrote ‘the coinage was being tossed around, so that no one was able…

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  • New app pays Americans 5 a day to fight addiction

    New app pays Americans $5 a day to fight addiction

    (ORDO NEWS) — American startup DynamiCare Health (hereinafter DynamiCare) has launched a new smart app that aims to pay users five dollars a day to give up drugs and/or alcohol. Researchers have long known that even small rewards can have a positive impact on addictive behavior, especially if the reward encourages good habits. The Boston Globe, a daily newspaper that covered the startup DynamiCare, recalled that an approach using apps,…

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  • Elon Musk invested in Twitter and Tesla fell in price

    Elon Musk invested in Twitter, and Tesla fell in price

    (ORDO NEWS) — On Thursday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk offered to buy the social media platform Twitter, causing Tesla shares to plummet. Twitter shares are up about 15% since Musk announced his stake in the social network. Tesla investors have little to celebrate. During the same period, the company’s shares fell more than 9%. But they may also be concerned about what Twitter means to Musk. The fact is that…

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  • Dragon Girl spent a lot of money and took a serious risk to cover her entire body with tattoos 1

    ‘Dragon Girl’ spent a lot of money and took a serious risk to cover her entire body with tattoos

    (ORDO NEWS) — An Australian model who calls herself the “Dragon Girl” claims to have over 150 tattoos. 26-year-old Australian model and OnlyFans star Amber Briana Luke is a real phenomenon. Over the past nine years, she has spent over $50,000 on dozens of tattoos, as well as numerous body modifications – breast augmentation, cheekbone lift, nose correction, bifurcated tongue tip, and many others. Amber made her first tattoo in…

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  • dark sides of the personality determined the interest in cryptocurrency

    “Dark” sides of the personality determined the interest in cryptocurrency

    (ORDO NEWS) — A survey of more than 500 people led scientists to believe that the average crypto investor is a prudent psychopath with an inflated ego. Bitcoin marked the age of cryptocurrencies, although it took a long time before the public really took notice of it. Starting out of nowhere in 2009, bitcoin has become the most exciting way to invest money. Trading it gave rise to millionaires, but…

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  • Crypto investor is a calculating psychopath with an inflated ego

    Crypto investor is a ‘calculating psychopath with an inflated ego

    (ORDO NEWS) — A survey of more than 500 people led scientists to believe that the average crypto investor is a prudent psychopath with an inflated ego. Bitcoin marked the age of cryptocurrencies, although it took a long time before the public really took notice of it. Starting out of nowhere in 2009, bitcoin has become the most exciting way to invest money. Trading it gave rise to millionaires, but…

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  • Smoking has overtaken financial status in terms of impact on life expectancy

    Smoking has overtaken financial status in terms of impact on life expectancy

    (ORDO NEWS) — As the analysis showed, smokers not only had less money, but also died faster. After age 65, the death rate among those who smoked was more than three times higher than among those who had never smoked. Smoking was in first place among other 57 economic, behavioral, social and psychological factors affecting life expectancy, a study by scientists from Georgetown and California Universities (USA) showed. In general,…

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  • Malaysian government wants to make bitcoin legal tender

    Malaysian government wants to make bitcoin legal tender

    (ORDO NEWS) — Malaysian authorities are considering making bitcoin legal tender. All this comes against the background of the economic problems of El Salvador, which last year “switched” to bitcoin. Malaysian Deputy Communications and Multimedia Minister Zahidi Zainul Abidin said the country should accept bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as legal tender, Bloomberg reported . This proposal is currently being considered by officials. At the same time, the minister notes that…

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  • Modern Robin Hood Italian banker who secretly transferred money from wealthy clients to the poor

    Modern Robin Hood Italian banker who secretly transferred money from wealthy clients to the poor

    (ORDO NEWS) — Everyone knows the story of Robin Hood: the famous robber who took money from the rich and gave it to the poor. It turns out that this man has a modern prototype – Gilberto Basquiere. Gilberto Baschiera worked as a bank manager in a small Italian town called Forni di Sopra. In 2009, in the midst of the financial crisis in Europe, Italy introduced strict new lending…

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  • Supply of bitcoins began to come to an end how does this affect the price

    Supply of bitcoins began to come to an end: how does this affect the price

    (ORDO NEWS) — The other day, Bitcoin reached an important milestone today the number of issued coins exceeded 19 million. The world is approaching the moment when the very last bitcoin will be released. This cryptocurrency was originally created with a fixed supply. In total, 21 million bitcoins can be issued into circulation. The first such cryptocurrency was mined in 2009. Unfortunately, it is not yet clear whether there are…

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  • 5 simple ways to save money that will help you survive

    5 simple ways to save money that will help you survive

    (ORDO NEWS) — In an environment of high uncertainty, it is important to remain calm and avoid impulsive spending. But this is just one of 5 effective ways to save money. In the face of uncertainty, price spikes, and expected shortages of some imported goods, it is important not to run headlong for sugar and cereals like some dim witted individuals, but to think about how to save your money…

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  • Elon Musk will become the worlds first trillionaire in 2024

    Elon Musk will become the world’s first trillionaire in 2024

    (ORDO NEWS) — Tesla CEO Elon Musk is on track to become the world’s first trillionaire by 2024, analysts at financial platform Tipalti Approve have concluded. “Since 2017, Musk’s fortune has increased by an average of 129% per year, which could potentially lead him to become a dollar trillionaire in just two years, and his fortune will reach $1.38 trillion by 2024, when Musk will be just 52 year,” the…

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  • How are gold bars made Is it possible to lift a suitcase full of gold 1

    How are gold bars made? Is it possible to lift a suitcase full of gold?

    (ORDO NEWS) — In the finale of the classic western McKenna’s Gold, Gregory Peck’s character rides off into a brighter future on a horse with a pair of large leather trunks stuffed with gold ingots strapped to his back. Until now, this scene did not cause me any questions, but now I think that in reality this horse would have broken his back. That there are films half a century…

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  • SpaceX has sharply raised prices for flights to space and Starlink

    SpaceX has sharply raised prices for flights to space and Starlink

    (ORDO NEWS) — Previously, Tesla has seriously increased the prices of its lithium energy storage and electric vehicles. What is happening can significantly reduce the pace of development of entire industries. The company has notified Starlink global satellite Internet users that from March 22, they will pay $110 per month instead of $99 per month. The cost of the Starlink terminal has risen from $499 to $599. This is probably…

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  • richest people in the world who they are and how they made their fortune 1

    Richest people in the world

    (ORDO NEWS) — 20% of people own 80% of the world’s wealth. Forbes puts the number of billionaires in the world at 2,755, but who are the richest as of March 2022? Much water has flowed under the bridge since Bill Gates was considered the richest man in the world. The people on this list own a truly unimaginable amount of money. Elon Musk The founder of Tesla and SpaceX,…

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  • 10 Most Expensive Cat Breeds 1 2

    10 Most Expensive Cat Breeds

    (ORDO NEWS) — For some people, a cat is not just a furry companion, it is also a status symbol. And they are ready to shell out serious money for the privilege of owning a certain sought-after breed. 1. Ashera Ashera – a cross between an African serval, an Asian leopard cat and a domestic cat – was bred by the California company Lifestyle Pets about 15 years ago. It…

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  • Revolut banned money transfers to Russia and Belarus

    Revolut banned money transfers to Russia and Belarus

    (ORDO NEWS) — Fin-tech startup with Ukrainian roots Revolut announced the termination of financial transactions to Belarus and Russia and vice versa. Ukrayinska Pravda also reported this by posting a letter from Revolut, which talks about changes in bank transfers. We are closely monitoring the situation in Russia and Belarus. Against the backdrop of recent events, it was decided to stop bank transfers to/from Russia and Belarus from noon on…

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  • EU will allocate 90 million euros to victims of the war in Ukraine

    EU will allocate 90 million euros to victims of the war in Ukraine

    (ORDO NEWS) — The European Commission has made an announcement that 90 million euros will be allocated as humanitarian aid to the victims of hostilities in Ukraine. This will provide the right amount of food, water, health care, housing, and other needs of the people. The statement of the European Commission says that the humanitarian situation in Ukraine is deteriorating too quickly. Countries that are located nearby actively accept refugees…

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