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Thailand bans Tropico 5 due to junta scenarios

Thailand bans Tropico 5 due to junta scenarios

Thailand's Board of Film and Video Censors has just declared the fifth installment of the popular Tropico game unfit for a local release because it could affect peace and order and that the game's content, which may possibly lead to scenarios of a military dictatorship or junta, is not appropriate for the country's current situation. The irony of the matter is that Thailand has been under such a government ever since the military overthrew the previous administration in May.

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Google barge in Portland heads to the scrap yard

Google barge in Portland heads to the scrap yard

It seems that one of Google's mystery barges will forever remain that. A mystery. According to the Portland Press Herald, one of two Google-owned barges, the one moored on the coast of Maine has been towed to Turner's Island Cargo Terminal where, according to the owner of the terminal, it will be dismantled, scrapped, and sold off to an unknown international barging company.

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Powered pants could usher in anti-gravity boots

Powered pants could usher in anti-gravity boots

An early 90s Wallace & Gromit cartoon has inspired University of Leicester students to develop a theory on how one might eventually be able to walk on the walls or ceiling. Though not exactly anti-gravity boots, the shoes would be powered by a vacuum and battery pack in one's pants, giving them gravity-defying abilities.

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