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Food Companies Cut 6.4 Trillion Calories From Products

A study has found that a group of 16 major food companies including Kraft and Coca-Cola cut a total of 6.4 trillion calories from their products between 2007 and 2012, far exceeding their pledge to slash 1.5 trillion calories by 2015.
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Study: Majority Of Web Traffic Not Human

Researchers found that humans accounted for only 38.5 percent of the traffic on the internet in 2013, with the remaining 61.5 percent of traffic being driven by bots, automated hacking programs, and various other computer scripts that emulate human actors. What do you think?

  • “Oh no. I’d hate to see the internet fall into the hands of unemotional automatons that do nothing but surf the web all day.”

    Theodore Gomez
    Systems Analyst
  • “I bet all those robots are procrastinating from building a car or something.”

    Ellie Light
    Candle Maker
  • “Cool post it is definitely. My friend has been looking for this tips. Pure Wood Stock Designs Here.”

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