Why Windows hack is being blamed on Russians

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Microsoft says a notorious group of hackers are exploiting a flaw in its Windows operating system.
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Dr Karl Kruszelnicki says the disappearances are likely the result of human error. Over the years, scientists have insisted there has been no unusual activity in the area.
Grasshopper mice, which live in deserts in the US and Mexico, make loud calls that carry more than 100 meters (328 feet) thanks to a unique airflow-induced tissue vibration like humans.
Research by hair transplant clinic DHI London quizzed 100 people on their attitudes towards male pattern baldness - and found that people still make primitive assumptions.
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