Link25 (238) – The Power Rangers Edition

Posted by , Updated on March 24, 2017


For those of you new around here, every weekend we bring you 25 of the week’s best links, articles, images, and videos from all over the web in a list we call “Link25″. This week, you’ll find everything from new breakthroughs in medical science to trailers to some of the most anticipated films. So get ready because this is Link25 (238) – The Power Rangers Edition.


London attack: Eight-year-old girl sends police thank you letter


When the story of the attack in London was unfolding, one young girl felt moved to write a thank you letter to the police.

After hearing the news about the attack and talking to her mother Sue, eight-year-old Hetty from Kent wanted to thank the police for their work.

She wrote: “Dear Police. You are doing a fantastic job. Thank you for keeping our country safe today and taking care of the people that have been hurt in London and keeping the (click on the image to read the full article).


Why Millennials are obsessed with 'Power Rangers'


Those who have never been introduced to the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers show may think it’s aimed at kids in the 9-12 range, but it’s actually for a younger group. I watched it as young as 5, and for many of my friends it was one of the first shows they remember watching. On Netflix, where (Click on the image to read the full article).


JUSTICE LEAGUE - Official 'Aquaman' Trailer #2 Teaser (2017) DC Superhero Movie

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US Senate votes 50-48 to do away with broadband privacy rules; let ISPs and telecoms to sell your internet history


Despite widespread disapproval from constituents, S.J.Res 34 has passed the United States Senate with a vote of 50-48, with two absent votes. Earlier today, at 12:25 Eastern March 23, 2017, the US Senate voted on S.J.Res 34, and will use the Congressional Review Act to strip away broadband privacy protections that kept Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and telecoms from selling your internet history (click on the image to read the full article).


Toronto school board suspending U.S. travel over border issues


Canada’s largest school board says it will stop booking trips to the United States indefinitely in light of the uncertainty surrounding restrictions at the border.

The Toronto District School Board, which serves about 245,000 public school students, says it made the “difficult decision” because it believes students “should not be placed into these situations of potentially being turned away at the border.” (Click on the iamge to read the full article).


..I cried a little...


David Rockefeller, Philanthropist and Head of Chase Manhattan, Dies at 101


David Rockefeller, the banker and philanthropist with the fabled family name who controlled Chase Manhattan bank for more than a decade and wielded vast influence around the world for even longer as (click on the image to read the full article).


Millions of UK workers at risk of being replaced by robots, study says


More than 10 million UK workers are at high risk of being replaced by robots within 15 years as the automation of routine tasks gathers pace in a new machine age.

A report by the consultancy firm PwC found that 30% of jobs in Britain were potentially under threat from breakthroughs in artificial intelligence (AI). In some sectors half the jobs could go.

The report predicted that (click on the image to read the full article).


British scientists in world-first TB breakthrough


Researchers in Oxford and Birmingham say they can isolate different strains of the disease using a process called genome sequencing.

It means patients who may have waited months to get the right drugs can now be diagnosed in just a few days – so they have a greater chance of recovery.

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the breakthrough “will save lives”.
Cases of TB in the UK have begun falling recently, but (click on the image to read the full article).


This Crazy Math Trick Can Guess Your Age Correctly 100% of the Time


Math can do a lot of things, as we all know. It can be used to explain music, get people on the moon, and just help us tally up our spare change at the end of the day. But using some creatively simple arithmetic, we’ll learn that math can also lead to some surprisingly personal findings….like your age! (Click on the image to read the full article).


She's cute...wait...OH GOD!



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Can the fly vaccine give you the flu?


Vaccines, in general, have been a massive boon to humanity. They’ve rid the world of an affliction that has plagued humanity for thousands of years in smallpox (for reference killing over 300 million people in the 20th century alone before it was eradicated), and have almost completely wiped out polio, all while preventing millions of deaths from countless other viruses every single year. (Click on the image to read the full article).


Google opens Howard University West to train black coders


Eventually Google wants to expand the program to include other historically black colleges and universities, said Bonita Stewart, Google’s vice president of global partnerships, who has been working with Howard University President Dr. Wayne Frederick to develop the framework.

Stewart says when she joined Google a decade ago, there was little talk of diversity or making the tech industry more representative of the populations it serves. Today, (click on the image to read the full article).


Xbox unveils Wireless Controller Tech Series


Microsoft announced today that the first controller in its Wireless Controller Tech Series will start shipping worldwide on April 25th. The Recon Tech Special Edition will be available for $70, which is also the standard price for special color controllers.

For the new controller series, Microsoft drew inspiration from military tech and sci-fi gear. While the other controllers in the series have yet to be announced, the Recon (click on the image to read the full article).


Death Note | Teaser [HD] | Netflix

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More than two-thirds of cancer mutations are due to random DNA copying errors, study says


More than two-thirds of cancer-causing mutations are the result of random mistakes in DNA replication that occur when normal cells divide, according to a paper published Thursday. The study is sure to renew a (click on the image to read the full article).


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