Almost everybody is better off with the tax cuts, modelling shows

Three-quarters of Australians will be better off off under the Morrison government's recession-busting budget, exclusive analysis of its key tax and welfare measures shows, with almost two-thirds of people at least $75 a week in front. But there is a looming fiscal cliff for those dependent on welfare, which without a sizeable increase in the JobSeeker unemployment payment will mean […]

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The secret to making better frozen french fries

Americans love potatoes – it’s our favorite vegetable. Mashed, baked, fried, scalloped, and even boiled, any way you slice a potato, it’s delicious. Every year we eat a whopping 110 pounds of the tantalizing tuber per person (via NPPGA). Nearly 30 of those pounds are in French fry consumption, alone (National Geographic). There’s no denying that something magical happens when you […]

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Bionic eye with better vision than humans coming in five years

Prototype bionic leg could revolutionize prosthetics Engineers at the Bionic Engineering Lab at the University of Utah are creating new tech that may make traditional prosthetics a thing of the past. The world's first 3D artificial eyeball – capable of outperforming the human eye in some ways — may help droves of people who are partially or fully blind in as little […]

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'Better Call Saul': Fans See Symbolism Behind the Fish Tank, Especially When Lalo Kept Aggressively Tapping It

All Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul fansknow that there is nowasted symbolism in either show. Showrunners include subtle details and references throughouteach episode knowing that their perceptive fans will pick up on them anddiscuss at length. From oranges to signify KimWexler’s potential demise to the Heisenberg-era graffiti on the side of apayphone in Better Call Saul, everything has a […]

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