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Smågrise får fem gange så meget medicin som mennesker: Nu skal vores børn undvære penicillinBørn skal undvære penicillin, når de har mellemørebetændelse, men nye handlingsplaner for at forebygge resistente bakterier indeholder intet nyt mål for at skære ned på Danmarks største antibiotika-forbrug. Det findes hos smågrise, som får diarré, når de bliver taget fra soen efter kun fire uger.
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Stalagmites from Iranian cave foretell grim future for Middle East climateThe results, which include information during the last glacial and interglacial periods, showed that relief from the current dry spell across the interior of the Middle East is unlikely within the next 10,000 years.
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Study reveals new insights into rare chronic pain conditionA new study from the University of Bath's Centre for Pain Research focuses on the cognitive psychology behind Complex Regional Pain Disorder.
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Apple bygger sit andet danske datacenter ved Aabenraa Danmark kommer til at lægge jord, fibernet og bæredygtig energi til endnu et europæisk datacenter for Apple. https://www.version2.dk/artikel/apple-bygger-datacenter-nummer-to-danmark-ved-aabenraa-1078237 Version2
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The UK's 'strong voice for science' needs to speak up about Europe Sir Mark Walport’s vision for the UK’s new super-research council has a Europe-shaped hole. He needs to fill it Last Tuesday morning, the most powerful scientist in the UK set out his vision for the future of research and innovation in this country. In a plush Westminster conference room Sir Mark Walport, chief executive designate of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), the new super-research counc
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As US high tech surges, Silicon Valley becomes a diplomatic outpostSometime in August, Denmark's newly appointed ambassador to high tech will settle into Silicon Valley and staff his embassy, a novel kind of diplomatic outpost that recognizes the global clout that U.S. high tech companies now wield.
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Ny generation af mobilrobot er dedikeret til industrienMobile Industrial Robots’ nye mobile robot, MIR200, er i højere grad end sin forgænger en robot, der er skræddersyet til industrien. Det er dér, væksten er.
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Oculus cuts Rift price for second time this year, now $399 with Touch This kind of setup now costs half as much as it did a year ago. Oculus announced via its blog overnight that the Rift VR headset bundled with hand-tracking Touch controllers will now cost just $399, half the price the company was charging for that same hardware package less than five months ago. The "limited time" price is being offered as part of an ongoing "Summer of Rift" promotion that also i
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Under the covers: Sleep technology explodesPillows that track your snoozing patterns? A bed that adjusts based on how much you twist and turn? Companies are adding more technology into their products, hoping to lure customers craving a better night's sleep.
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Take me out to the screen: VR baseball a hitNicholas Montes put on goggles and a catcher's mitt and crouched.
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Forest fires rage in sweltering CaliforniaWildfires raged Sunday across much of California forcing hundreds to evacuate homes as the most populous US state sweltered in record heat.
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Oil spill impacts in coastal wetlandAlthough evidence of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill may not be visually obvious today, crude oil can still be found in Louisiana coastal marshes. Oil not initially degraded has become buried under the yearly pile of dead plant material, which is deposited after each growing season. The oil has potential to cause stress to plants, as it is buried and in close proximity with the roots.
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Calm under pressure? Run your business the mindful way Mindfulness could help make you more resilient, regulate stress and increase emotional intelligence. Here are some practical tips for introducing it in the workplace If recent events in politics have confirmed anything, it is that we live in unpredictable times where old assumptions no longer hold true. Creative thinking is crucial for business success through a period of uncertainty. Upheaval pr
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Why strength depends on more than muscleA recent study from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln suggests that physical strength might stem as much from exercising the nervous system as the muscles it controls. The findings could explain why those who lift heavier weights enjoy greater strength gains than low-load lifters despite similar growth in muscle mass.
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Study finds rate of medication errors resulting in serious medical outcomes risingEvery 21 seconds someone in the United States calls Poison Control because of a medication error. A new study from the Center for Injury Research and Policy and the Central Ohio Poison Center at Nationwide Children's Hospital analyzed calls to Poison Control Centers across the country over a 13-year period about exposures to medication errors which resulted in serious medical outcomes.
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Drinking sugary beverages in pregnancy linked to kids’ later weight gainConsuming sugary drinks while pregnant may mean kids are heavier when they reach elementary school age.
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Law banning filming Utah slaughterhouses ruled unconstitutional A federal judge on Friday overturned Utah's so-called "ag-gag" ban on filming private agribusiness and slaughterhouse operations without permission. US District Judge Robert Shelby said the measure, enacted in 2012, violated the First Amendment. The named plaintiff, Amy Meyer, in 2013 faced up to six months in prison for filming—from the side of a public road—a sick cow being moved in a tractor a
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Donald Trump’s ‘Impenetrable Cybersecurity’ Is Pure Fantasy Updated: Sunday, July 9 at 9:09 p.m. ET Nothing connected to the internet is safe from hackers. And I mean nothing. Modern cybersecurity is a constant cycle of breaches and patches. Systems are compromised, security experts play catch up, and eventually hackers find a new way in. Each side tries to stay ahead of the other. But at any given moment, one side—either the hackers or the people trying
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Purpose in life by day linked to better sleep at nightHaving a purpose in life means you are more likely to sleep better at night with less sleep apnea and restless leg syndrome, reports a new study. Cultivating a purpose in life could be drug-free strategy to improve sleep, scientists said. The study participants were older adults -- who tend to have more insomnia and sleep disturbances -- but researchers said the findings are likely applicable to t
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Handwritten prescriptions for opioids cause way more errors Handwritten prescriptions for opioids result in many more errors in prescribing and processing in contrast to electronically created orders for the drugs, a new study suggests. The new quality improvement study aimed to determine whether and how prescription processing methods contribute to variations, inconsistencies, and errors in opioid distribution. “…we have a duty to practice in a way that
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Antibodies may block transmission of birth defect virus New research with monkeys identifies a way to protect fetuses from cytomegalovirus, or CMV, which can cause many of the same brain and developmental impairments as the Zika virus. One of only a handful known to be transmitted through the mother’s placenta to a fetus, CMV infects nearly 1 million infants a year worldwide and is a leading cause of microcephaly, hearing and/or vision loss, and nervo
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Sense of purpose aids sleep, US scientists find People who felt they had a strong purpose in life suffer from less insomnia and sleep disturbance, says neurologist The secret to a good night’s sleep later in life is having a good reason to get up in the morning, according to US researchers who surveyed people on their sleeping habits and sense of purpose. People who felt they had a strong purpose in life suffered from less insomnia and sleep d
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Earthquakes can cause distant undersea landslides months later Large earthquakes can cause underwater landslides thousands of miles away, weeks or months after the quake occurs, new research suggests. Researchers analyzing data from ocean bottom seismometers off the Washington-Oregon coast tied a series of underwater landslides on the Cascadia Subduction Zone, 80 to 161 kilometers (50 to 100 miles) off the Pacific Northwest coast, to a 2012 magnitude-8.6 ear
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Zeno effects: Schrödinger’s cat dies sooner or later You’ve probably heard about Schrödinger’s cat, which famously is trapped in a box with a mechanism that is activated if a radioactive atom decays, releasing radiation. The act of looking in the box collapses the atom’s wave function—the mathematical description of its state—from a “superposition” of states to a definite state, which either kills the cat or lets it live another day. At any given i
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Latest experiments reveal AI is still terrible at naming paint colors Several weeks ago, artist and coder Janelle Shane tried to train a neural network to name paint colors. The results were... not good . "Stanky Bean" was a kind of dull pink, and "Stoner Blue" was gray. Then there were the three shades of brown known as "Dope," "Burble Simp," and "Turdly." These results were so bad that they turned the corner into delightful hilarity, and Shane's blog post about t
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Why Did Donald Trump Jr. Meet With a Russian Lawyer Promising Information? Donald Trump Jr. met with a Russian lawyer with ties to the Kremlin during the 2016 campaign after she promised him damaging information about Hillary Clinton, the president’s eldest son said in a statement Sunday, shedding new light contacts between Trump’s innermost circle and Russian figures last year. Donald Jr. told The New York Times and other news outlets that he, his brother-in-law Jared
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Is It Safe To Go Back In The Water? Catch A Sneak Peek Of “Great White Serial Killer Lives" #SharkWeek | Starts Sun Jul 23 Tracking a serial killer shark off the coast of California reveals some shocking truths. Premieres Sunday, July 23 at 7p on Discovery. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Discovery GO: https://www.discoverygo.com/ See the full lineup of specials! http://www.SharkWeek.com Subscribe to Discovery: http://bit.ly/SubscribeDiscovery Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.c
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Animated Game of Thrones Prequel Tackles the Mystery of the Doom of Valyria Still: YouTube Game of Thrones will be over in two seasons, but HBO is already peering around the corner for what’s next. Showrunners The network is working on at least four spinoffs , with George R.R. Martin pitching in on a couple of them. We have no clue what they’ll be about yet (although Dunk & Egg seems like a shoo-in), but one animated video is making a case for one of A Song of Ice and Fi
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Will Congress Hold Russia Accountable for the Behavior Trump Excuses? From the start of the Trump-Russia story, there have been many secrets, but no mysteries . Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election to help Donald Trump. Donald Trump publicly welcomed that help, and integrated the fruits of Russian intervention into his closing campaign argument. (“I love WikiLeaks!”) Since being elected he has attempted to tilt American policy toward Russia, above al
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'Whales ho!' Sailors, conservationists help keep whales safeCompetitive sailors have teamed up with conservationists on new guidelines aimed at keeping sailboats and whales from colliding during races.
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Jordan, Kuwait carriers lift laptop ban on US flightsThe national carriers of Jordan and Kuwait announced Sunday that passengers will once again be allowed to carry personal electronics, including laptops, on board U.S.-bound flights, ending a ban that had been imposed in March.
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Look At This Fucking Shit [UPDATES] I’m just minding my business watching the biggest sporting event of the day—Peñarol vs. Defensor in the Uruguayan Primera Division, of course—and on comes this ad for a Miami-based company that promises to improve your child’s soccer abilities through DNA sequencing of his or her genome . We’ve been through this sort of thing before . Indeed, one EPL squad did DNA tests on all its players to dete
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Liftoff for Trump's bold space plans may have to waitThe White House has championed a new era of US leadership in space, but its aspirations are complicated by tight budgets, vacancies in top posts and the rising role of private industry in aerospace innovation, experts say.
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Ars Technica
New Netflix film Okja is sci-fi satire so sharp it will cut you Netflix The science fiction fairy tale Okja begins with a press conference so insane that it's actually believable. In the near future, the Mirando corporation is trying to boost its stock prices by announcing a new project: superpigs, giant food animals whose poop is environmentally friendly. They'll feed the world without polluting it! That's when things get really weird—and mesmerizing. Mirand
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How to Have a Successful Amazon Prime Day Amazon’s Prime Day is Tuesday, July 11th, with deals kicking off at 9pm ET tomorrow, July 10th. If you’ve never participated in the day before, it can be a bit overwhelming. It’s kind of like heading to Walmart on Black Friday, except since it’s on the internet you’re less likely to get assaulted. New deals drop roughly every 5 minutes for 30 hours straight, so it’s a marathon, not a sprint, with
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The great American total solar eclipse On 21 August the total eclipse makes landfall in Oregon at 10:17 PDT and speeds across the country to leave the coast of South Carolina at 14:48 EDT If we have not made plans for the total eclipse of the Sun that crosses the USA on 21 August , our options are dwindling fast. Many rooms and campsites along the path of totality are already booked and it is only within that path, no more than 115km
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An Amazon Bot Is Making the Greatest Smartphone Cases Old man, thoughtfully, with his wife’s hand over his shoulder cell phone cover case Samsung S5. Image source: my-handy-design In what’s either the best art project, the best business move, or both, someone has made what I presume is a bot that’s churning out thousands of unique iPhone cases for sale on Amazon. Pretty much all of them are masterpieces. Bots mocking up one-off products in the hope
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Gold Remembers: 'Shape Memory' Effect Demonstrated in Gold ParticlesResearchers have demonstrated shape memory and self-healing in gold microparticles. It could one day lead to self-repairing micro- and nano-robots; mechanically stable, damage-tolerant devices; and targeted drug delivery.
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Could concrete help solve the problem of air pollution?Sulfur dioxide, a major contributor to air pollution, is removed from the air by concrete surfaces, new research shows.
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Powerful new photodetector can enable optoelectronics advancesIn a nanoscale photodetector that combines a unique fabrication method and light-trapping structures, a team of engineers has overcome obstacles to increasing performance in optoelectronic devices -- like camera sensors or solar cells -- without adding bulk.
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Zero gravity: Graphene for space applicationsResearchers are preparing for two exciting experiments in collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA) to test the viability of graphene for space applications. The microgravity parabolic flight drop tower experiments will launch between November 6-17, 2017, testing graphene in zero-gravity conditions to determine its potential in space applications including light propulsion and thermal man
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Hospitalized older adults may need more help selecting skilled nursing facilitiesWe don't have much information about how people select skilled nursing facilities or what information they're given to make informed choices. So a team of researchers recently studied how hospitalized older adults make decisions about choosing a facility, who helps them decide, what they think about the process, and what they consider as they make decisions.
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Why does prenatal alcohol exposure increase the likelihood of addiction?One of the many negative consequences when fetuses are exposed to alcohol in the womb is an increased risk for drug addiction later in life. Neuroscientists are discovering why.
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Chemical reaction with potential to speed drug developmentChemists have long sought to develop new reactions for the direct conversion of simple hydrocarbon building blocks into valuable materials such as pharmaceuticals in a way that dependably creates the same chemical bonds and orientations.
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Litter bugs may protect chocolate supplyMother's microbiome seems to protect baby cacao plants, a result with important implications for protecting the world's chocolate supply.
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Diabetes complications are a risk factor for repeat hospitalizations, study showsFor patients with diabetes, one reason for hospitalization and unplanned hospital readmission is severe dysglycemia (uncontrolled hyperglycemia -- high blood sugar, or hypoglycemia -- low blood sugar), says new research.
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Study warns about the impact of the carp in shallow lakes with high ecological value for the preservation of waterbirdsThe presence of the carp, a freshwater invasive species spread worldwide, is alarmingly reducing the populations of diving ducks and waterbirds, according to a study.
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Unlocking the secrets of the SaharaA peat bog in Romania provides a new insight into our knowledge of when the Sahara began to transform from grassland into the desert we know today, and the impact this had on dust deposition within Eastern Europe.
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Insulin release is controlled by the amount of Epac2A at the secretory vesiclesSpecialized beta cells in the pancreas release the hormone insulin to control our blood glucose levels, and failure of this mechanism is central to the development of type-2 diabetes. How much and when insulin is released depends on a complex system of messenger molecules and proteins that is not well understood.
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Taking medications as prescribed important to control health care costsAt a time when health care costs are scrutinized more closely than ever, a new study demonstrates the importance of taking medications as prescribed to control costs.
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How universities are fostering innovation, entrepreneurshipTechnology and Innovation 19.1 zeroes in on innovation and entrepreneurship, with a special focus on what universities are currently doing to foster growth in those areas both for their success and the success of the communities and regions to which they are connected. Novel educational programs, innovation-driving business accelerators, and ingenious makerspaces that allow users to manufacture th
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Hubble's hidden galaxyAlthough IC 342 is bright, the galaxy sits near the equator of the Milky Way's disk, thick with glowing cosmic gas, bright stars, and dust, report investigators.
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New discovery holds potential for treating tuberculosisA recent discovery could lead to a new, effective treatment for persistent tuberculosis infections, report scientists.
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Tumor-targeting MRI contrast developed, based on human proteinA human protein-based, tumor-targeting Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) contrast has been developed that can be easily cleared by the body. The discovery holds promise for clinical application.
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Nurse-led intervention helps carers' manage medication and cancer painThe potential benefits of a new nurse-led intervention in supporting carers to manage pain medication in people with terminal cancer have been revealed in a new article.
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Well-being in later life: The mind plays an important roleWell-being in later life is largely dependent on psychosocial factors. Physical impairments tend to play a secondary role, as scientists have discovered.
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Baits may be bolstering bear populationsBaits used by hunters have become a substantial portion of black bears' diets, research shows. In northern Wisconsin, over 40 percent of the diet of harvested animals consisted of bait subsidies.
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Link between Pokémon Go and a healthier lifestyle: Is it true?Playing a popular physically-interactive, smartphone based game, like Pokémon GO, may actually promote exercise, a new study has concluded. The researchers suggest that while many smartphone functions may promote sedentary activity, they are hopeful that playing physically-interactive, smartphone based video games like Pokémon GO may help promote walking and reduce sitting in college students.
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Audi manager charged in diesel scandal Enlarge / Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg via Getty Images (credit: Getty images) The US Justice Department announced criminal charges against former Audi manager Giovanni Pamio late last week. The 60-year-old manager was on a team concerned with thermodynamics in Audi’s diesel engine department between 2006 and 2015—the years when Volkswagen, Audi, and Porsche were producing diesel vehic
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Messy, always late and swear like a sailor? It just means you’re super smartRecent studies suggest traits often seen as negatives could actually signify high brain power. Truth or merely self-affirmation? I’m very intelligent. I’m also extremely creative and have a vocabulary that could be described as voluminous, venerable or very large. But don’t just take my word for it: science says so. You see, my desk is always messy, I swear like a sailor and I tend to sleep late i
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Is Activism or Moderation the Surest Path to Decarbonization?Confronting climate change is an urgent challenge. But it's not clear if keep-it-in-the-ground activism or all-of-the-above-energy moderation is the best way forward. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Three Star Wars Fans Made a Shot-for-Shot Remake of Revenge of the Sith Still: YouTube If your problem with the Star Wars prequels was that they took themselves too seriously, then you’re in luck. One Star Wars fan has released a full-length, homemade recreation of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, and it’s absolutely absurd. The work of a couple of guys with some toy lightsabers and a lot of spare time, this version of Revenge of the Sith is more of a demake than a re
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If You Haven't Tried Amazon Prime Now, You Can Score $20 In Free Credits This Weekend $10 off your first Prime Now order with code 10PRIMEDAY. Will receive an additional $10 code by July 13 for use in July. If you live in a city with Amazon’s same-day Prime Now delivery service, but haven’t gotten around to using it yet, they’re running a fantastic promotion for new members to celebrate the lead-up to Prime Day. For a limited time, you can save $10 on your first Prime Now order wi
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What Is Going On At This "Homestead Of Horrors"?! | Homestead Rescue Homestead Rescue | Wednesdays at 10/9c Chantel and Emanuel moved to North Carolina for a simpler life. Homesteading without a lick of carpentry or livestock experience turns out to be much more complicated. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Discovery GO: https://www.discoverygo.com/homestead-rescue/ Subscribe to Discovery: http://bit.ly/SubscribeDiscovery More Rescues! http://www.discovery.com/tv-s
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Google Home Breaks Up Domestic Dispute By Calling the Police Photo: Alex Cranz/Gizmodo We’re gradually learning that smart home devices can be quite valuable for police. Following a recent case in which Amazon handed over data from its Echo device to police investigating a murder, a Google Home called the police when a couple was allegedly involved in a violent domestic dispute. According to ABC News , officers were called to a home outside Albuquerque, Ne
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Iraqi Forces Take Mosul Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi congratulated soldiers in Mosul on Sunday and declared victory over the Islamic State. The announcement formally brings nine months of fighting to a close and signals the recapture of the largest city held by ISIS. But it is far from an end to fighting against the militants. Even on the edges of the city, Reuters reported that gunfire and mortar shells could b
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The First Production Tesla Model 3 Was A Birthday Gift To Elon Musk You’ll excuse me for assuming that billionaire Tesla CEO Elon Musk would just inherently be getting the very first production Model 3 , well, because he’s the CEO, but that wasn’t the case. Somebody else reserved it and decided to gift it to him. Perhaps it’s a poor reflection of my own logic, but if I spend over a year hyping up what’s supposed to be the biggest revolution in cars since Ford mad
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Ars Technica
Incurable gonorrhea is lurking—and we may not see it coming, WHO warns Enlarge / A scanning electron micrograph of Neisseria gonorrhoeae. (credit: NIH ) At least three people in three different countries have turned up with cases of completely incurable gonorrhea—and it’s unclear what happened to all of them and if they’re spreading the infection to others, officials at the World Health Organization report. These cases highlight two big concerns about gonorrhea: one
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Donald Trump Solved the Cyber Photo: Getty The morning after the Washington Post published a story claiming that Russians were responsible for cyber-intrusions into the business systems of American energy companies, Donald Trump addressed the cyber. He has a plan. “Putin & I discussed forming an impenetrable Cyber Security unit so that election hacking, & many other negative things, will be guarded,” Trump tweeted. Minds were
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Hepatitis B jab to be added to immunisations of babies born in UK Babies born from the 1 August will be offered new “hexavalent” jab in effort to clamp down on infections that cause cirrhosis and liver cancer All babies born in the UK will receive the hepatitis B jab as part of their routine immunisations from the autumn in an effort to drive down viral infections that cause cirrhosis and liver cancer. The hepatitis B vaccine is to be added to the 5-in-1 jab th
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New research offers hope to neuro-tumor patientsNew research published today, July 10, 2017, online in the journal Oncogene could offer hope to the thousands of, mainly young, people affected by the hereditary condition Neurofibromatosis 2 (NF2). In addition to NF2 disease there could be potential benefit for other cancers with the same mutations.
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The Atlantic
Kim Jong Un: The Hardest Intelligence Target North Korea lit some nasty fireworks on July 4th, successfully testing a long-range missile capable of hitting Alaska. The test sent jitters up the spines of American national security officials—for good reason. The Hermit Kingdom hasn’t yet been able to put a nuclear warhead atop an intercontinental ballistic missile, but it is getting there faster than intelligence analysts expected. All the tr
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Astrobiology Roundup: Planet Nine, Planet 8.1 and Sweaty SkinPlanets in the outer solar system and terrestrial microbes in unexpected places -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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I gave my cat a poop transplant—here’s what happened next Enlarge (credit: Elle Cayabyab Gitlin) Earlier this year, I brought you the story of how my cats—Tux, Tuffy, and Nigel— donated their poo to science . While that was—if you'll excuse the pun—mainly for shits and giggles, Tuffy ended up following up on that research, although not by choice. I put him in a follow-up study to see if a fecal microbiome transplant could cure his inflammatory bowel dis
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Sports Site Dives Into Scifi with Series About the Future of Football Image: SB Nation Sports and science fiction, much like jocks and nerds, don’t always get along. However, one sports news site is bringing football into the future with a series that’s weird, complex, and pretty spectacular. 17776 , from SB Nation creative director Jon Bois, is an ongoing scifi series using text and YouTube videos to examine what football will look like in the future. It may sound
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Mighty AI and the Human Army Using Phones to Teach AI to DriveIf you can't wait for driverless cars to hit the roads, you can help train them how to drive now.
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Sunday's Best Deals: $80 Kindle Paperwhite, Calvin Klein, Google Home, and More Calvin Klein underwear , an $80 refurbished Kindle Paperwhite , and Amazon’s one-day purse and wallet Gold Box lead off Sunday’s best deals. Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter to never miss a deal. Top Tech Deals Refurb Kindle Paperwhite , $80 The Kindle Paperwhite is the best e-reader for almost everyone , and at $80 for a refurb , it’s never been cheaper than it is today. And don’t w
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A travel guide for our future Solar System Enlarge / Four images from New Horizons' Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) were combined with color data from the spacecraft's Ralph instrument to create this enhanced color global view of Pluto. (credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University/SWRI ) Humanity's expansion into the Solar System seems to be a recurrent theme around here. We dedicated a podcast to The Expanse and reviewed the book Beyo
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How to keep other people off your Wi-Fi network DIY Give digital trespassers the boot. Make sure you've got no unwelcome visitors loitering on your wireless network, stealing bandwidth you need for Netflix, or snooping on your browsing.
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Vi havde sex med neandertalere meget tidligere end troetNy undersøgelse tyder på, at vores forfædre havde sex med neandertalere for mindst 220.000 år siden.
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The strange and righteous history of the equals sign Enlarge / This plaque honoring Robert Recorde is at the Tenby Museum in Wales. (credit: Tenby Museum ) Robert Recorde was one of those people so extraordinarily ahead of his time that he seemed destined to come to a tragic end. In the 16th century, he made advances in economics, medicine, theology, and poetry. But his greatest contribution is taught to every elementary school child, and it arguab
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Big Think
Why Ancient Roman Concrete Lasts for Millenia but Ours Crumbles in Decades Scientists solve the mystery of why 2000-year-old Roman concrete still stands strong. Read More
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Scientific American Content: Global
2 New Books Look at Evolution via Teeth and TunnelsTwo new books look at evolution from head to below your toes -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Viden
Professor: Forsøgsmus bliver mere menneskelige i fremtidenMus er ofte førstevalget, når nyt medicin skal afprøves og sygdomme skal forstås. Men hvor langt er der fra mus til mennesker, og kan vi mindske afstanden i fremtiden?
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The Atlantic
All the Brown Girls on TV Sam Bailey lit a cigarette, lost in what Fatimah Asghar later called “stunned silence.” The women do most things together these days—ever since Bailey, 28, wrote and Asghar, 27, directed a new web series— Brown Girls , set in Chicago, where they live. But that January afternoon, they shared a bench outside Sony Studios in Los Angeles. For days, they’d felt a thrill new to those born black (Bailey
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Science : NPR
The Call-In: Physician-Assisted Dying It's been a year since California passed its right-to-die law. JoNel Aleccia of Kaiser Health News discusses the change and Lisa Crawford talks about her family's experience.
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Science : NPR
Young Black Girls Face 'Adultification' A new study shows that black girls are viewed as less innocent and in need of less protection than white girls. A Martinez speaks to two authors of the study: Rebecca Epstein and Dr. Jamilia Blake.
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Science : NPR
While Corals Die Along The Great Barrier Reef, Humans Struggle To Adjust It's the world's biggest coral reef system, home to some 400 types of coral. In the past 18 months, rising ocean temperatures helped cause the single greatest loss of coral ever recorded there. (Image credit: Arterra/UIG via Getty Images)
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Viden
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Gizmodo
Restock Your Underwear Drawer With Amazon's One-Day Calvin Klein Sale Calvin Klein Underwear Gold Box The classic logo underwear from Calvin Klein has been around forever, and has seen another surge in popularity thanks in part to their #MyCalvins campaign . Amazon’s one-day sale on Calvin Klein underthings will help you get comfortable and get one step closer to looking like their ads . Body oil, not included. More Deals
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Wired
Banks Deploy AI to Cut Off Terrorists’ FundingComputers are better than humans are recognizing small patterns.
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Wired
The Sideways Elevator of the Future Is Here, and It's WildThe Multi elevator goes up and down, left and right, even diagonally—and it could change the way buildings are designed.
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Wired
Strange Noise in Gravitational-Wave Data Sparks DebateThe team that discovered gravitational waves put their data online. Now an independent group of researchers claims that they’ve found what might be a serious problem.
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Wired
No One Wins the Machiavellian Game of Trump vs. the PressWhen it comes to extortion and manipulating public opinion, the President is emulating the master.
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Wired
Hobby Lobby Steals the Spotlight In This Week’s News RecapYes, Hobby Lobby is back in the news. So are Rick Perry and pro wrestling. Don't know why? Catch up here.
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Wired
How Many Times Has Super Mario Died? Announcing a WIRED InvestigationEveryone's favorite plumber has made 36 trips around the sun—but he's lost his life many, many more times than that.
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Ingeniøren
Spørg Scientariet: Hvordan virker sæbe?En læser undrer sig over, hvordan sæbe egentlig virker, når det skal fjerne snavs. Det svarer kemiingeniør fra Urtekram på.
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The Atlantic
The Congressional War on Expertise Talk about a lousy recess. Even as members of Congress were sprinting out of town for the July 4th holiday, the hard-working nerds at the Congressional Budget Office were handed the number-crunching equivalent of a colonoscopy: Republican leadership asked them to score yet another version of the party’s ultra-toxic health care bill. Two versions actually, one with a major amendment by Texas Senat
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NYT > Science
Studying Sharks, Up Close and PersonalJoin researchers from Nova Southeastern University in 360 degrees as they conduct shark tagging and genetic field work off the coast of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories
G20: Compromise on climate change, but at what cost?G20 countries have managed to avoid a total bust-up with Donald Trump over climate change, leaving the door open for Washington to return to the Paris Agreement—but at the cost of risky concessions.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories
Growing chorus denounces sexist Silicon Valley cultureA growing chorus of voices denouncing sexist culture is echoing through male-dominated Silicon Valley, knocking a number of internet industry executives from their perches.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories
Three tonnes of ivory seized in VietnamVietnamese authorities have seized nearly three tonnes of ivory hidden among boxes of fruit, officials said Sunday, the latest haul to spotlight the country's key role in the global wildlife smuggling trade.
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Japan floods death toll rises to 18The death toll from heavy rains and flooding in Japan's south has risen to 18, officials said Sunday, as rescue teams continued their search for survivors.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories
EU-Norway crab row could fuel oil tensions in ArcticOn the face of it, a relentless battle between the European Union and Norway in a remote part of the Arctic is about snow crabs.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories
State election officials worry about 2018 election securityState election officials voiced doubt Saturday that adequate security measures can be adopted before 2018 elections to safeguard against the possibility of a foreign government interfering in U.S. elections.
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cognitive science
Religious leaders get high on magic mushrooms ingredient -- for science: "Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore [Maryland, United States of America] enlists priests, rabbis and a Buddhist to test the effects of psychedelic drugs on religious experience" submitted by /u/trot-trot [link] [comments]
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