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A 61-year-old man survived a near-fatal mauling while conducting a land survey in Alaska. A bear bit the man’s head multiple times, but he was able to stop the bleeding and call for help, officials say.
According to state troopers, Allen Minish had been walking alone, not far from the road, when “he unknowingly walked up on an adult brown bear.”
“All of the sudden, I looked up, and about 30 feet away, there was this nice-sized brown bear,” Minish said. “And it looked at me, and it came at me. And I thought, ‘Great.’”
When the man’s attempt at seeking shelter didn’t work, he protected himself by grabbing the bear’s lower jaw.
“Because if you grab a dog’s lower jaw, it can’t bite you,” Minish said. “So I got a hole punched in my hand with its molar, but he couldn’t close his mouth. And all he did was scratch my hand with his upper one.”
However, the bear was able to break free, and that’s when it went for the man’s head.
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A brilliant man by the name of Chris Rowe is making a strong prediction…
And it’s important you know about this in time.
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He has one of the best track records in America when it comes to spotting the massive stock market moves before they happen.
The heat is being turned up for digital currency courtesy of U.S. Federal Reserve chief Jerome Powell.
Yesterday, Powell stated that this market poses substantial risk to financial stability and greater regulation may be needed for the increasingly popular market.
He underlined the risks in an unusual video message that also laid out a timetable for the Fed to possibly begin adopting their own form of digital currency.
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The largest iceberg ever recorded has officially broken free from Antarctica.
At 1,667 square miles, the massive iceberg is more than three times the size of the entire city of Los Angeles. Images that were captured recently as the iceberg separated from the Ronne Ice Shelf in the Weddell Sea confirm the full separation of the iceberg from Antarctica.
Experts contend that an iceberg this size should not have been able to break free so suddenly. Global warming is one of the things being blamed for the rare phenomenon.
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IT TAKES A VILLAGE
All parents want their kids to be successful. Often, success stems from lessons learned. Experience taught Steve Jobs the power of asking for help. Over time, Oprah Winfrey realized success required learning which bridges to cross and which to burn. Making thousands of decisions helped Jeff Bezos realize he should stop wasting time deliberating over easily reversible decisions. Billions of dollars later, Warren Buffett decided ultimate success is when the people you hope will love you do, in fact, love you.
But those were lessons learned as adults. How can you help your kids be successful and happy? While individual differences certainly come into play, there are seven parenting behaviors that make the biggest difference.
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After the cyberattack on one of the United States’ key fuel pipelines, many are now concerned about what that means for personal cyber security.
Ransomware attacks increased 485% in 2020 globally, according to Bitfdefender, accounting for nearly one-quarter of all cyber incidents. Cyber attacks against schools, local government healthcare providers more than doubled to 2,354 in 2020 from 966 in 2019, according to Emsisoft.
But individuals may be at risk as well. Here’s everything you need to know.
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