The Daily Populous

Wednesday April 25th, 2018 evening edition

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Seconds later, two women wearing all-black coverings that leave only their faces visible barge onto the scene and begin grabbing and shouting at the woman.

Videos show women bravely defying the country's Islamic law, which requires them to cover their hair in public, as part of the #WalkingUnveiled protest.

Abuse: A man is seen standing over a woman who has exposed her heir in public in Iran.

Other women, who do not appear to be members of the force, assist the primary attackers as an argument rages throughout.

The veil has been a mandatory dress requirement for women in Iran since the Islamic Revolution in 1979.

Women are only allowed to show their face, hands and feet in public and are supposed to wear only modest colours. »

The Man Who Gets The Science Right On 'The Big Bang Theory'

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Saltzberg studies high-energy particle physics and high-energy neutrino astronomy, using radio-detection techniques when he's not working as The Big Bang Theory's science consultant.

Every week, Saltzberg attends the show's live taping at the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, Calif.

The set designers asked him to show them some real graduate students' apartments, so they could see how young scientists really live. »

Study of long-term heterosexual couples finds women over-estimate and men underestimate their partner’s sexual advances

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Other studies have found that in casual, short-term relationships, men tend to overestimate a partner’s sexual interest (while women either underestimate it, or show no bias either way; they’re fairly accurate).

When it came to sexual satisfaction and love, people who overestimated their partner’s sexual advances reported feeling more sexual satisfaction.

Since other work has found that men under-report their own sexual intentions, it’s hard not to wonder whether the women in this study were really over-estimating their partners’ advances. »

Asaram Bapu: Indian guru sentenced to life for raping girl

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A self-styled Indian spiritual guru who claims millions of followers worldwide has been given a life sentence for raping a 16-year-old girl.

The guru, who is 77, has 400 ashrams around the world where he teaches meditation and yoga.

The security measures come after followers of another guru, Gurmeet Ram Rahim, ran amok after he was found guilty of rape last year. »

During Puerto Rico’s Blackout, Solar Microgrids Kept The Lights On

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But when the national grid went down last week after an accident , a community center in Humacao still had power.

The community center, like several other buildings across the island, now has its own solar electricity and battery storage system.

Since the hurricane, Sonnen has installed solar microgrids at 11 sites across the island. »