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Solar greenhouses generate electricity and grow crops at the same timeThe first crops of tomatoes and cucumbers grown inside electricity-generating solar greenhouses were as healthy as those raised in conventional greenhouses, signaling that "smart" greenhouses hold great promise for dual-use farming and renewable electricity production.
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Listen to the Maori-Language Version of The Great Villain Song from Moana Image: Disney Jemaine Clement turned in a winning performance as Tamatoa, calling in a Tim Curry vibe to perform the dangerous collector deity who held onto Maui’s hook. Now, hear Clement perform the song in the language of the Maori people on which the narrative is based. As we previous reported , Moana was recently translated into Maori, a language spoken by indigenous peoples in New Zealand (o
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The Dreaded T-Mobile and Sprint Merger Is Officially Dead Photo: AP The planned merger between T-Mobile and Sprint is not happening after the two telecom giants “were unable to find mutually agreeable terms,” both companies confirmed in a statement on Saturday. T-Mobile CEO John Legere wrote that he believed the merger would have been beneficial, though somewhat cuttingly added “a deal with anyone will have to result in superior long-term value for T-Mo
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Rocks In The Engine Aren't Going To Help Tony Beets Move Dredge #2 Any Faster #GoldRush | Friday 9p After being sidelined by an overheating engine on Tony Beet's power barge, mining mechanic Sheamus Christie must act fast if they're going to transport the 70 year old dredge 100 miles down the Yukon River. Full Episodes Streaming FREE: https://www.discovery.com/tv-shows/gold-rush/ Subscribe to Discovery: http://bit.ly/SubscribeDiscovery Join us on Facebook: https://www.face
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Brain's alertness circuitry conserved through evolutionUsing a molecular method likely to become widely adopted by the field, researchers have discovered brain circuitry essential for alertness, or vigilance -- and for brain states more generally. Strikingly, the same cell types and circuits are engaged during alertness in zebra fish and mice, species whose evolutionary forebears parted ways hundreds of millions of years ago. This suggests that the hu
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New findings on tolvaptan as autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease treatmentA phase 3 trial studying the effects of tolvaptan has found that the drug slowed the rate of decline in kidney function in patients with the most common form of polycystic kidney disease, a condition with no cure.
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Novel treatment may benefit patients with metabolic acidosis and kidney diseaseA new study demonstrated that TRC101, a hydrochloric acid binder for the treatment of metabolic acidosis associated with chronic kidney disease, provided a rapid and sustained average increase in serum bicarbonate.All adverse effects were mild or moderate.
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VA patients face disparities in kidney transplantationFrom 2004 to 2016, VA patients had lower rates of transplantation compared with patients with Medicare or private insurance.VA patients also had a higher rate of mortality on the waiting list compared with privately insured patients.Results from the study will be presented at ASN Kidney Week 2017 Oct. 31-Nov. 5 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, La.
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A history of kidney stones may contribute to certain complications during pregnancyIn young women, a history of kidney stones was associated with metabolic and hypertensive complications.Results from the study will be presented at ASN Kidney Week 2017 Oct. 31-Nov. 5 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, La.
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Air pollution causes millions of cases of kidney disease each yearThe estimated global burden of chronic kidney disease attributable to fine particulate matter is more than 10.7 million cases per year.Results from the study will be presented at ASN Kidney Week 2017 Oct. 31-Nov. 5 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, La.
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Stanford-based trial finds blood-plasma infusions for Alzheimer's safe, promisingIn a small safety trial based on preclinical work by a Stanford researcher, participants receiving blood plasma infusions from young donors showed some evidence of improvement.
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T-Mobile and Sprint finally, officially, say they definitely won’t merge Enlarge / T-Mobile and Sprint stores in Herald Square in New York City in 2011. (credit: Getty Images | Richard Levine ) T-Mobile USA and Sprint today finally gave a definitive answer about whether they will merge, saying that the companies have stopped negotiating and will remain independent entities. The wireless carriers "were unable to find mutually agreeable terms" and want to "put an end to
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Most scientists now reject the idea that the first Americans came by land Enlarge (credit: Science) It's been one of the most contentious debates in anthropology, and now scientists are saying it's pretty much over. A group of prominent anthropologists have done an overview of the scientific literature and declare in Science magazine that the "Clovis first" hypothesis of the peopling of the Americas is dead. For decades, students were taught that the first people in th
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Comcast and Verizon Want Ajit Pai's FCC to Block States From Passing Own Internet Laws Photo: Getty Images Staffers for Federal Communications Commission chair Ajit Pai, who has made rolling back Barack Obama-era rules on net neutrality one of the top priorities of his tenure , met with representatives from Comcast this week to hear them out on a plan to prevent states from issuing their own neutrality rules. According to Ars Technica , the company filed paperwork describing the me
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The middle of Stranger Things 2 is the most fun TV of 2017 Enlarge / C'mon, did you really think things were going to be all "dress like Ghostbusters on Halloween" for Will Byers and co.? (credit: Netflix ) Warning : This post contains spoilers for Stranger Things 2 through episode six. “The Golden Age of TV” has become a cliché: it should almost go without saying that the TV we get in 2017 has a depth and breadth that prior eras simply can’t match. And
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Bison Comeback Story Has Bronx AccentOn National Bison Day, a look at the role the Bronx played in re-establishing herds of bison on the American Plains. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Red Sonja Is Getting a New Movie Image: MGM Red Sonja, the swashbuckling comic book heroine created by Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor Smith, is returning to the world of film. As reported by Deadline , the new Red Sonja film will be financed by Millennium Media and produced by Avi Lerner ( The Expendables, Olympus Has Fallen ) and Joe Gatta (2011's Conan the Barbarian ) with support from Mark Canton ( 300 ) and Courtney Solomo
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Anabolic androgenic steroids may be associated with early coronary artery diseaseAnabolic androgenic steroids may be associated with early coronary artery disease, according to new research.
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Our Readers' Favorite Coolers Make Great Gifts, and They're Finally Back On Sale RTIC 20 Soft Pack , $82 RTIC 30 Soft Pack , $101 RTIC 40 Soft Pack , $124 RTIC’s Soft Packs are our readers’ favorite coolers , and the newly redesigned models are back on sale for the first time in months, if you’ve had them on your wish list, or if you want to give them as a gift this holiday season. The smallest RTIC 20 , which can hold 20 cans plus ice, is down to just $82, the best price we’
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How Not to Talk to an Ape SmugglerOn the trail of real wildlife smugglers, our correspondent finds himself in a journalistic pickle.
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In search of the neutrino, ghost particle of the universeA huge, extraordinary machine will soon begin to study an elusive particle in a bid to reveal some of the deep secrets of the cosmos On the outskirts of Karlsruhe, in south-west Germany, engineers have buried a giant, stainless steel device, bigger than a blue whale, inside the town’s institute of technology. The machine looks for all the world like a grounded zeppelin or a buried blimp. In fact,
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HQ flipping back to Standard Time Heads up everyone! Tomorrow, 11/5 , HQ will gain an hour by jumping from 2:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time to 1:00 AM Eastern Standard Time. If you are not in our own time zone, please be sure to reckon Eyewire event times accordingly from now until the beginning of March. As usual, if you aren’t positive about how HQ time converts to yours, you can check by clicking the “?” icon on Eyewire and scrol
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Crunchyroll Website Currently Down Following Malware Attacks [Update] Image via Swaps4 Users who attempted to use the anime streaming service Crunchyroll earlier today were greeted by an attempt by the site to download malware . Everyone is currently encouraged to stay away from the site until the problem is fixed. [Update 1:30PM] The Crunchyroll website is now back up and running, along with the app, so you can finally catch up on the most recent episode of Dragon
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Solar greenhouses generate electricity and grow healthy cropsCrops grown in electricity-generating solar greenhouses were as healthy as those raised in conventional ones, signaling the promise of this 'smart' technology.
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Now, Silicon Valley Is Totally Cool With a Bill That Could Ruin the Internet Photo: Getty Silicon Valley has decided to throw its support behind the so-called Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act of 2017 (SESTA) that is sure to have enormously damaging consequences for the internet. Previously, most big tech giants opposed the legislation. But this week, Congress started intimating that they might need to bring more regulations to tame the online beast. nd suddenly, that one
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Explore the Entire Film and TV History of the Mighty Thor With This Video Image: Marvel Studios While Marvel’s version of Thor, the God of Thunder, didn’t hit the big screen until 2011, his history on video goes back further. A lot further, as it turns out. YouTube channel GEEKNUTYE recently shared a ten-minute exploration of every Thor appearance in TV, home video, and feature film. His first appearance was on The Marvel Super Heroes way back in 1966, only four years
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Buff Little BitersSaber-toothed kittens were muscle-bound compared with other cats their age -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Anabolic androgenic steroids may be associated with early coronary artery diseaseAnabolic androgenic steroids may be associated with early coronary artery disease, according to research presented at the Brazilian Congress of Cardiology (SBC 2017).
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A Nation of Tribes, and Members of the Tribe On Spiegelgracht , in Amsterdam, yesterday. A few days ago, I argued that sins-of-omission by Paul Ryan and his fellow Republicans in the House, and Mitch McConnell and his fellow Republicans in the Senate, amounted to de facto shirking of their “check and balance” duty relative to Donald Trump. Because they wouldn’t criticize or even notice Trump’s excesses—except, as in the case of Jeff Flake a
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Joining a Fraternity May Hurt GPA but Can Boost Future Income by 36%, Says Study A study reveals the unexpected financial benefits of joining a fraternity. Read More
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Do We Need Brain Implants to Keep Up with Robots?Neuroscientist Christof Koch calls for a “crash program” in brain technologies to make us smarter -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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High-impact clinical trials yield results that could improve kidney careThe results of numerous high-impact clinical trials that could affect kidney-related medical care will be presented at ASN Kidney Week 2017, Oct. 31-Nov. 5 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, La.
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En Ducati-motorcykel bygges stadig med momentnøgle og skruemaskineNy ejer, robotter og automation har ikke fortrængt den italienske fabriksarbejder. På Ducati-fabrikkerne bygges der stadig motorcykler med håndkraft.
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Saturday's Best Deals: RTIC Coolers, Yamaha Sound Bar, Air Fryer, and More It’s the freaking weekend and we have deals on our readers’ favorite cooler s, a Yamaha sound bar, a Black & Decker air fryer , and many more. Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter to never miss a deal. TOP TECH DEALS Yamaha YAS-207BL , $230 Yamaha’s YAS-207BL was the first sound bar on the market to simulate surround sound with Dolby DTS Virtual:X, which bounces audio off your walls
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Trump Stirs Debate Over Utah National MonumentsThe president informed lawmakers last week that he intends to shrink Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante monuments -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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New findings on tolvaptan as autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease treatmentA phase 3 trial studying the effects of tolvaptan has found that the drug slowed the rate of decline in kidney function in patients with the most common form of polycystic kidney disease, a condition with no cure.
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Reflux medications linked to chronic kidney disease and kidney failureIn an analysis of published studies, individuals who used proton pump inhibitors had a 33 percent increased relative risk of developing chronic kidney disease or kidney failure when compared with non-users.Results from the analysis will be presented at ASN Kidney Week 2017 Oct. 31-Nov. 5 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, La.
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Racial differences in link between depression and early death in kidney disease patientsIn white patients with chronic kidney disease, those with depressive symptoms had a higher risk of early death than those without depressive symptoms. This risk was much lower after accounting for use of anti-depressants, however. In black patients, the presence of depressive symptoms was not linked to risk of death.Results from the study will be presented at ASN Kidney Week 2017 Oct. 31-Nov. 5 at
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Netflix Reportedly Severs Ties With Kevin Spacey, Effective Immediately Photo: AP Days after halting production on the sixth and final season of House of Cards , Netflix has reportedly opted to cut star Kevin Spacey loose immediately amid allegations the actor sexually assaulted actor Anthony Rapp while Rapp was 14 years old. A Netflix spokesman told Gizmodo in a statement that “Netflix will not be involved with any further production of House of Cards that includes
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Eight Gmail add-ons you didn’t know you needed DIY Upgrade your inbox. Until you install some extensions, you won't unlock the full potential of the already-excellent Gmail service. We collected the eight best add-ons.
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Facebook and Google Are Actually 'Net States.' And They Rule the WorldOpinion: They exist largely online, enjoy international devotees, and advance belief-driven agendas that they pursue, at times, above, the law.
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News Analysis: A Climate Science Report That Changes Minds? Don’t Bet on ItOpinions on climate change largely follow partisan lines and a dire new report is unlikely to reset the political debate.
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Why Other People Can't See Your Emojis and How to Fix It Image: Gizmodo We’ve got more emojis at our fingertips than ever before, but are your friends, relatives, colleagues, and favorite chatbots seeing the colorful cartoon symbols you think they’re seeing? There are several different reasons why emojis can get lost in translation between apps, devices, and platforms, and here we’ll explain how to stop it from happening. First, some emoji basics: Unde
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Netværkssamarbejde kan sikre produktionsvirksomheder milliardgevinstUdbyttet af netværket Made er så stort, at det overrasker direktøren. Bliver resultaterne spredt til andre, giver det en gevinst i milliard-klassen, konkluderer midtvejsevalue­ring. Økonomiprofessor tvivler dog på samme effekt.
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Security News This Week: Russia's Campaign Interference Cast a Wide NetBadRabbit malware, Russian phishing, and more of the week's top security news.
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'Her Body and Other Parties': A Book Propelled by the 2016 ElectionNational Book Award nominee Carmen Maria Machado thinks the positive response to her short story collection is partly a reaction to the 2016 election.
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The First Wooden SpacecraftLargely forgotten today, but probably still out there -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Top Knot Detective finds 2017 absurdity in ‘90s TV’s samurai crossover hits The trailer for the documentary, Top Knot Detective AUSTIN, Texas—“Documentary” Top Knot Detective ostensibly tells the behind-the-scenes story of a Japanese-samurai-show-turned-Australian-cult-classic of the same name. Don’t bother Googling the series, however. It doesn’t exist. (As the film’s Fantastic Fest description put it, this tale is “complete and total bullshit.”) Sometimes, you simply n
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Greta Gerwig and the Moonlight Effect: The Week in Pop-Culture Writing Greta Gerwig Is a Director, Not a Muse Noreen Malone | Vulture “Maybe it was because of her sexy dirndl skirt of a name, maybe because of her squinting physical resemblance to indie Gen-X avatar Chloë Sevigny, maybe simply because of her distinctive delivery. But since the very beginning of Gerwig’s career, she has been a generational lightning rod of sorts.” The Moonlight Effect: A New Wave of G
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(Henry) Rollins, Redux: Monogamy+Genius+Violence | Think Again – a Big Think Podcast #123 Two classic episodes from Think Again's origins, reunited at last. Read More
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Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition (2017) Review: A Sturdy Tablet for Your TotAmazon's rugged, made-for-kids tablet is one of the better devices for soaking up some screen time.
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Gut Microbes Can Shape Responses to Cancer ImmunotherapyStudies find that species diversity and antibiotics influence cutting-edge treatments -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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The Surprising Scientific Reason behind Physical AttractionIs it your similarities that attract you to your partner, or is it your differences? Science says our sense of smell may be important in sniffing out mates with immune systems opposite to our own -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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This is why I’ll never shop at OfficeMax again—even if everything is free Enlarge (credit: Mike Mozart ) I've often remarked to anyone who would listen that robots are becoming more like humans, and humans are becoming more like robots. When it comes to the latter, nowhere is that more true than in my recent dealings with cashiers, managers, and so-called "customer service" agents at the merged office-supply powerhouse of Office Depot and OfficeMax. "I do apologize" or
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Stille energirevolution giver bonus i hele EUEU’s energisparedirektiver har i al ubemærkethed sørget for, at EU samlet set sparer energi, der svarer til Italiens energiforbrug.
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Squishy or Solid? A Neutron Star’s Insides Open to DebateThe core of a neutron star is such an extreme environment that physicists can’t agree on what happens inside. But a new space-based experiment—and a few more colliding neutron stars—should reveal whether neutrons themselves break down.
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Congress' Tax Bill Could Kill the Electric Vehicle Industry in AmericaIt's a lot harder to sell electric cars without that $7,500 federal tax credit.
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Space Photos of the Week: These Galaxies Are Far, *Far* AwayFrom millions of miles to billions of light years away, this week's space photos are far out, man.
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The Floating World Unearths Trauma Amid Natural Disaster In August 2005, C. Morgan Babst evacuated her native New Orleans less than 24 hours before Hurricane Katrina made landfall. Her debut novel, The Floating World , follows a New Orleans family struggling to find a way forward in the aftermath of Katrina. It’s “a story,” she said in a recent essay , “about what might have happened if some other version of me had not left.” Leaving, here, refers not
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Smuggled, Beaten and Drugged: The Illicit Global Ape TradeThe New York Times tracked international ape smugglers from Congolese rain forests to the back streets of Bangkok. Here is what unfolded.
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Have Republicans Abandoned the Ownership Society? “We want more people owning their own home. It is in our national interest that more people own their own home.” — President George W. Bush, December 16, 2003 Under the last Republican president, encouraging people to buy a home was an explicit government priority, a cornerstone of the Bush administration’s “ownership society.” Bush proposed new tax credits to incentivize home-buying, pushed for
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Astronomers complete first international asteroid tracking exerciseAn international team of astronomers led by NASA scientists successfully completed the first global exercise using a real asteroid to test global response capabilities.
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Hønseæg gør influenzavaccinen dårligForskning afslører vaccinens svage punkt. Men den kan stadig redde liv.
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China unveils massive island-building vesselChina has unveiled a massive ship described as a "magic island maker" that is Asia's largest dredging vessel, state media reported Saturday.
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US renewable energy booms despite Trump vow to quit Paris dealRenewable energy continues to grow in the United States, despite US President Donald Trump's moves to dismantle clean power, deregulate industry and promote fossil fuels like coal, experts say.
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AI 'boy' granted residency in central TokyoAn AI character was made an official resident of a busy central Tokyo district on Saturday, with the virtual newcomer resembling a chatty seven-year-old boy.
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EPA chief set to meet privately with chemical industry execsThe Trump administration's top environmental regulator is set to speak privately to chemical industry executives next week during a conference at a luxury oceanfront golf resort.
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A Terrorist's Brother—and France—on Trial PARIS—Shortly after 6 p.m. on Thursday November 2, in a packed, silent courtroom thrumming with emotion and anticipation, France’s highest criminal court found Abdelkader Merah guilty of criminal terrorist conspiracy and sentenced him to 20 years in prison. Not to a life sentence, as the public prosecutor had asked, since the court acquitted Merah on charges of complicity. The conspiracy in quest
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Climate change: US report at odds with some in Trump teamA spokesman says climate is "always changing" after a report ties global warming to human activity.
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The Best of the Physics arXiv (week ending November 4, 2017)This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
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Varm luft skrumpede ozon-hullet i 2017Hullet i ozonlaget har ikke været mindre siden 1988, viser amerikanske målinger.
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Mammoth Remains Seem Mostly MaleIn a sample of 98 woolly mammoth remains, researchers found that 70 percent were male—which suggests males were more likely to die accidentally. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Salvador Minuchin, a Pioneer of Family Therapy, Dies at 96His work with teenagers shifted the focus from individual symptoms to their social environment.
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A last refuge for Europe's blighted killer whalesThe Norwegian island of Kvaløya is now one of the few places in Europe to see a pod of killer whales.
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The ozone hole is at its smallest size since 1988, thanks to hot air and a massive international effort Environment Agreeing to ban ozone depleting chemicals is paying off. Atmospheric conditions helped make this year’s ozone hole smaller, but there’s still plenty of progress to be made.
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Add a Year To Your PlayStation Plus Membership For $40 1 Year PlayStation Plus Membership , $40 Update : Now available from Amazon too, in addition to GameStop . We thought the days of $40 PlayStation Plus sales were behind us, but lo, here it is at GameStop . If your membership is due to expire soon, or hell, even if it isn’t, you’ll want to take advantage of this.
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Sick Of Forgetting Your AirPods? Attach Them To Your Keys With PodPockets. PodPockets AirPods really are terrific headphones for iPhone owners , and PodPockets let you attach them to your keychain while adding a splash of your favorite color. There’s not a whole lot to say about PodPockets , to be honest. They’re silicone sleeves that fit snugly around the bottom of your AirPod charging case, providing protection from drops, and a ring for your keys. If you find yoursel
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Daylight Saving Time Ends Sunday (So You Get 1 More Hour of Sleep)This Sunday, people across the United States can luxuriate in an extra hour of sleep as daylight saving time comes to an end.
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The Atlantic's Week in Culture Don’t Miss Lady Bird Is a Sensational Paean to Teenage Life — David Sims raves about Greta Gerwig’s witty and moving new film, which features a wonderful lead performance from Saoirse Ronan. Elsa / Getty Frontiers of Sports How My Father (Maybe) Started the Timeless ‘Beat L.A.!’ Chant — Alana Semuels traces the origins of a defining moment in sports history. Basketball’s Positionless Savior Is Re
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C.D.C. Reports a Record Jump in Drug Overdose Deaths Last YearThe higher mortality rate was further evidence that the opioid crisis has accelerated in recent years.
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What the Climate Report Says About the Impact of Global WarmingClimate change is affecting the United States more than ever, and the impacts on people and the economy are expected to increase, a draft section of the National Climate Assessment says.
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