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Wall Street’s Sleepy summer may give way to freaky fall

The dog days of summer have lived up to their sleepy reputation this year as far as U.S. stocks are concerned, but market gyrations could soon pick up as a traditionally more volatile time of year looms. The S&P 500 index’s .SPX 1-month realized volatility, a measure of market choppiness over the past 30 days,

Politically Correct Schoolgirls Cover Up Their Own Sex Attacks At Hands Of Migrants

Oliver JJ Lane, Three teenage girls colluded to cover up sex assaults against them because they felt bad for their attackers and didn’t want to see them “discriminated against”. Pupils at the Herder school in Kassel, Germany have been subjected to months of sexual assault by “much older” migrant males on their way to and

Venomous ticks? A study argues that ticks should be considered venomous

Science Blogs  Ticks are blood-sucking arthropods that can act as vectors for various diseases in both animals and humans. A recent article published in Frontiers in Zoology summarizes findings that suggest ticks may also be considered venomous ectoparasites. For example, Ixodes holocyclus is a species of Australian tick whose saliva can induce paralysis in humans and animals. According to the new