Tim Gomersall

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Leaked Transcripts Show How Foreign Leaders Manipulate Trump

Mexico’s Enrique Peña Nieto is smooth and conciliatory. Australia’s Malcolm Turnbull is blunt and insistent. But the two approaches both result in them getting their way with the president.<p>What goes on when heads of state chat? It’s highly unusual for the public to know. Both parties usually …

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Trump Says White House Staff Argue About How Much They Love Him

👀<p><i>Politico</i> just published the full transcript of Donald Trump's recent interview with <i>The Wall Street Journal</i>, and it's a side-eye inducing sight to …

Jon Ronson on bespoke porn: ‘Nothing is too weird. We consider all requests’

I don’t want to know my fans, because I don’t know if it’s hurting them or helping them<p>Dan and Rhiannon believe one client got in touch because of the FAQs on their site: ‘Nothing is too weird'<p>I am on the set of the porn film Stepdaughter Cheerleader Orgy. There’s a little trouble outside. The …

5 Thought Experiments That Will Melt Your Brain

<i>Some science is too big, dangerous, or weird to happen in a lab.</i><p>By Evan Dashevsky<p>Albert Einstein famously made use of “thought experiments” (i.e. …

The 50 best beaches in the world

South America holidays,Africa holidays,United States holidays,Travel,Europe holidays,Australia holidays,Beach holidays,Asia<p>Whether you’re seeking solitude or a party, shallow waters or pounding surf, find the perfect beach in our pick of 50, from Greece to the Galapagos, the Highlands to Hawaii

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Mystery of the missing tropical dinosaurs, solved at last

For millions of years the biggest dinosaurs on the planet steered clear of the tropics, and now scientists think they know why.<p>By the mid-Triassic some 212 million years ago, the massive long-necked plant eaters known as sauropodomorphs were commonly found in northern latitudes (present-day Europe) …