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"Banebrydende astronomisk opdagelse" bliver offentliggjort i dagDet handler om tyngdebølger, og hundredevis af forskere deltager, når der kl. 16 dansk tid holdes pressemøder verden over. Også i Danmark.
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Should it cost more to visit the 'priceless' Great Barrier Reef?The Great Barrier Reef is one of the world's finest natural wonders. It's also extraordinarily cheap to visit – perhaps too cheap.
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The New Health Care: How a Healthy Economy Can Shorten Life SpansIn general, prosperity brings better health. But economic booms are also associated with air pollution, stress and car accidents.
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Germ-free hatching eggs: an alternative to formaldehyde applicationHatching eggs in large-scale hatcheries are currently treated with formaldehyde to eliminate germs. Austrian researchers from TU Graz, acib and Roombiotic have now developed a natural alternative.
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How this camel ended up in NorwayThe Saetereng family are trying to live a sustainable lifestyle in Akkarfjord, northern Norway.
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A New Right-Wing Movement Rises in Austria Three days before Austrians went to the polls to elect a new parliament and a new chancellor, several-hundred members and campaign volunteers of the Austrian People’s Party (ÖVP) gathered at the party’s political academy, where it trains young members and potential future candidates, to watch the final debate of the campaign. Surrounded by the old building’s dark, wood-paneled walls, many wore bl
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More sightings of an endangered species don't always mean it's recoveringIf more sightings of an endangered species are recorded, does that mean its numbers are increasing? Australia's native forest logging industry is arguing yes.
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Ocean atmosphere rife with microbesMicrobes are dispersed widely over the oceans with islands acting as stepping-stones to help transport of land-based organisms.
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Stock Up on Flash Storage During Amazon's One-Day SanDisk Sale SanDisk Gold Box There’s no such thing as too much flash storage, so stock up during Amazon’s one-day SanDisk sale . I imagine the most popular items here will be the 256GB , 200GB , and 128GB microSD cards, all marked down to all-time low prices. These are ideal for GoPros, the Nintendo Switch, or anything else that needs a lot of extra storage space. As far as desktop storage goes, there’s no s
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Wind turbines suspended high in the sky have potential as an alternative power source for Saudi ArabiaThe notion of tethered wind turbines that generate electricity from abundant and reliable high-altitude winds seems futuristic. Now, KAUST research led by Georgiy Stenchikov has identified the most favorable areas for high-altitude wind-energy systems in the Middle East.
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Virtual mission control cuts costs at wind farmsRunning wind turbines is a costly business but Brunel engineers are developing a digital platform that ramps up efficiency and halves costs.
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Structural insights into processes at DNA damage sitesIshan Deshpande and his colleagues from the group of Susan Gasser and the Protein Structure Facility at the FMI elucidated the mechanism of how Mec1-Ddc2, a tumor suppressor involved in DNA damage response assembles at sites of DNA damage. They focus on the Ddc2-RPA interaction, which brings the Mec1-Ddc2 kinase complex to single-stranded DNA at sites of DNA damage. With their structural data, the
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Researchers offer insights into lightweight material that expands with heatWhen it comes to taking up room without adding too much weight, the bubble can't be beat. Because they are mostly air, they're ultra-lightweight and can expand to fill any given space.
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Can nanotechnology heal scar tissue?Think scars last a lifetime? Think again.
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Research finds a dramatic increase in feral predators as fires make some native Australian animals even more vulnerableWarily, the fox creeps up to sniff at a cluster of three metal tea strainers suspended from a pole in her territory. They smell of nuts, golden syrup and rolled oats. They are also at exactly the right distance for an infra-red camera triggered by her movement to catch her in the act.
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How to beat the bookies by turning their odds against themBookmakers use complex prediction models to set the odds of sporting outcomes in their favour – but a simple analysis of available odds can still give good returns
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Video: Why there's hope for a sustainable futureIn a recent interview, Earth Institute executive director Steven Cohen told the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs why he's an optimist when it comes to sustainability.
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Ethically designed databases can help police without reducing privacyGovernments seem to think that the only way to protect national security is to own as much data about the public as possible, but this is not the case.
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How bright is the moon, really?The "inconstant moon," as Shakespeare called it in Romeo and Juliet, is more reliable than his pair of star-crossed lovers might have thought. Now researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) plan to make the moon even more reliable with a new project to measure its brightness.
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Increasing our understanding of the impact of compounds produced by certain fish parasitesEuropean aquaculture production provides direct employment to 80 000 people and has an estimated EUR 3 billion annual turnover. But parasites can cause severe disease outbreaks leading to high economic losses in finfish aquaculture.
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An intelligent digital assistant will lead to smarter programmingIBM's Watson and Apple's Siri are two examples of computing systems that help us analyse information and find answers. Scientists at Linnaeus University have developed a system that similarly helps programmers create program code that better utilizes the resources of today's computers and mobiles.
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Harvey runoff menaces Texas' coral reefsThe more than 13 trillion gallons of floodwater from Hurricane Harvey have created a massive plume of freshwater in the Gulf of Mexico that is threatening the coral reefs of the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary about 100 miles offshore of Galveston.
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A tech-destroying solar flare could hit Earth within 100 yearsIf the sun spews “superflares” as often as other stars, one could take down power systems, damage the ozone layer and destroy satellites in the next century
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Millions of high-security crypto keys crippled by newly discovered flaw Enlarge / 750,000 Estonian cards that look like this use a 2048-bit RSA key that can be factored in a matter of days. (credit: Steve Jurvetson ) A crippling flaw in a widely used code library has fatally undermined the security of millions of encryption keys used in some of the highest-stakes settings, including national identity cards, software- and application-signing, and trusted platform modu
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Lunar Scientists Want to Hitch a Ride on America's Next MoonshotAt the beginning of the month, Vice President Mike Pence announced that the US, at long last, will go back to the moon. Well ... some day.
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New study documents gender disparity in computational research publicationsWomen are consistently underrepresented in scientific research positions—a disparity that is particularly egregious in computational fields.
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NASA satellite sees a tail of smoke over 500 miles long from California firesNASA's Terra satellite saw a stream of smoke that extended over 500 miles from various fires raging in northern California out over the Eastern Pacific Ocean.
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Image: Tropical Storm Khanun (South China Sea)NASA's Aqua satellite provided an infrared view of Tropical Storm Khanun that showed strongest thunderstorms southeast of the center of circulation.
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Image: Hubble's compact galaxy with big-time star formationAs far as galaxies are concerned, size can be deceptive. Some of the largest galaxies in the Universe are dormant, while some dwarf galaxies, such as ESO 553-46 imaged here by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, can produce stars at a hair-raising rate. In fact, ESO 553-46 has one of the highest rates of star formation of the 1,000 or so galaxies nearest to the Milky Way. No mean feat for such a
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Shedding light on dark marketsTrading of shares and other financial instruments on decentralised or "dark" markets has no effect on the transparency of price information or the way in which those prices are determined, according to new research by the University of Melbourne.
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Filling the early universe with knots can explain why the world is three-dimensionalThe next time you come across a knotted jumble of rope or wire or yarn, ponder this: The natural tendency for things to tangle may help explain the three-dimensional nature of the universe and how it formed.
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The Atlantic

Gender-Fluid Scouts of America The flames in the campfire are leaping, and so are the figures around it, in flowing khaki robes emblazoned with various pronouns. The scouts are celebrating completion of their collective merit badges: Forestry, Universal Healthcare, and Gloria Steinem. Eventually the scoutmaster steps away from the harpsichord, and the figures settle in lotus position. One tells a scary story about the wage gap
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The Interplanetary Political Football of Space ExplorationThe National Space Council has been revived, but whether that's good for astronomy, planetary science and space exploration remains to be seen -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Study examines what searches click for car buyersWhen making important purchase decisions, consumers often consult multiple sources of information.
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What Have Gravitational-Wave Detectors Discovered? Find Out Today!On Monday (Oct. 16), scientists with the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory and Virgo collaborations, as well as researchers from a number of other institutions, will hold a news conference at The National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
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Could AI Be the Future of Fake News and Product Reviews?An experiment using a computer algorithm to create deceptive Yelp reviews was disturbingly successful, and could point to bigger problems as artificial intelligence matures -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Woman Contracts Rare Bacterial Infection on 12-Hour FlightIn a rare case, a woman contracted a potentially deadly bacterial infection while on a 12-hour flight from Japan to Germany, according to a new report.
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'Magic Mushrooms' Might Ease Depression SymptomsVery preliminary results suggest psilocybin could help depression.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Researchers turn a critical eye on safety, anxiety, and how they're shaping societyJean and John Comaroff, professors in the Departments of African and African American Studies and of Anthropology, divide their teaching and research between Harvard and universities in South Africa. Their scholarship has focused on colonialism and the transformation of societies in the postcolonial and late modern worlds. A recent joint effort, "The Truth about Crime," documents their "existentia
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Unexpected finding in the cell's power plantResearchers at Karolinska Institutet have discovered that the protein complex RNase P in the cell's mitochondria behaves differently than previously thought. The findings, published in Nucleic Acids Research, give important new clues on how certain mutations cause mitochondrial disease.
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Genome-wide data from a 40,000-year-old man in China reveals complicated genetic history of AsiaThe biological makeup of humans in East Asia is shaping up to be a very complex story, with greater diversity and more distant contacts than previously known, according to a new study in Current Biology. It analyzes the genome of a man that died in the Tianyuan Cave near Beijing, China 40,000 years ago. His bones contained enough DNA molecules for a team led by Professor FU Qiaomei at the Molecula
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Image: Glorious sunrise at the start of a spacewalkNASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei exits the International Space Station on Oct. 10, 2017, for a spacewalk in this photograph taken by fellow spacewalker Randy Bresnik.
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Gutters teem with inconspicuous lifeCNRS scientists and international collaborators have shown that Parisian street gutters are oases of microscopic life, home to microalgae, fungi, sponges and mollusks. Grouped into communities, these microorganisms may help clean rainwater and urban waste by decomposing solid debris and pollutants such as exhaust fumes and engine oil. A deeper understanding of the role and composition of these com
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Pressurization isn't to blame for fouling of membranes, study findsThe desalination industry, a critical source of potable water in many arid regions, generated more than $13 billion last year and is expected to double within a decade. Most desalination plants today use a process called reverse osmosis (RO), which forces water through huge rolls of membranes, leaving the salt behind. One of the most expensive operational challenges for such plants is the fouling
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Rocket motor for Ariane 6 and Vega-C is cast for testingThe first full-scale model of the rocket motor that will propel Ariane 6 and Vega-C into orbit has been cast and filled with inert propellant for testing at Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana.
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The remarkable jet of the quasar 4C+19.44Quasars are galaxies with massive black holes at their cores. So much energy is being radiated from near the nucleus of a quasar that it is much brighter than the rest of the entire galaxy. Much of that radiation is at radio wavelengths, produced by electrons ejected from the core at speeds very close to that of light, often in narrow, bipolar jets that are hundreds of thousands of light-years lon
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The solar houses of Konrad FreyKonrad Frey was a pioneer who designed and built solar houses based on data and scientific insights. Yet Frey and his work are largely unknown. A project by the architectural theoretician Anselm Wagner aims to change that with the support of the Austrian Science Fund FWF.
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Upconversion fluorescence in metal organic frameworksNUS chemists have developed a new class of crystalline materials to potentially harvest near-infrared (NIR) radiation.
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A powerful tool for characterizing and classifying gamma-ray burstsA powerful tool for characterizing and classifying gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) to allow their use as tracers of the expansion history of the universe has recently been presented by an international team of researchers. The work, which has been published in the Astrophysical Journal, is a statistical analysis of the properties of the mysterious GRBs, aimed at determining a sub-group of GRBs and investi
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A range of substances with antitumor properties synthesizedScientists from RUDN University have synthesized a number of new cytotoxic substances that can damage cells. The results of the study could be used in cancer therapy. The compounds were obtained by domino reaction, a successive formation of several new chemical bonds. The study was published in Synthesis.
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Wildlife in the ditches need a detox cureWhen it's raining on the roads, slopes of road dust and contaminants drain into the trenches. What impact does it have on wildlife living by the road?
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Ingeniøren

Cykelstien på H.C. Andersens Boulevard transporterer over dobbelt så mange som vejbanenNye tal viser, at der i spidstimen er 2,5 gange flere personer på cykelstien end vejbanen på H.C. Andersens Boulevard. Cykelstierne udgør kun syv pct. af arealet mellem hovedstadens huse, og det er ifølge byens røde teknikborgmester for lidt.
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Techtopia #22: Robotsommerfugle viser vej til Industri 4.0Podcast: Det tyske firma Festo eksperimenterer med robotsommerfugle og robotarme drevet af trykluft, der minder om rigtige, bløde menneskearme.
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Olieplatform i amerikansk sø eksploderedeFørste bud lyder, at rengøringsmidler antændte og forårsagede en eksplosion på en olieplatform i Louisiana i nat.
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Twitter's Harassment Problem Is Baked Into Its Design The first recorded example in Western literature of men telling women to shut up and stay in the house, writes classicist Mary Beard in her 2014 essay, “The Public Voice of Women,” is in the Odyssey . Not-yet-grown Telemachus tells his mother, Penelope, to “go back up into your quarters, and take up your own work, the loom and the distaff ... speech will be the business of men, all men, and of me
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The Atlantic

The Senate's Lions Draw Frustration From Their Cubs There’s a juicy family squabble brewing among California’s congressional Democrats. It seems Representative Ro Khanna, freshman standard-bearer for Silicon Valley, was less than thrilled when the state’s senior senator, Dianne Feinstein, announced Monday that she would seek another term in office next year. Quick as a flash, Khanna started talking smack about DiFi via traditional and social media
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It looks like an oxymoron, but Earth optimism is worth a tryDecades of environmental doom-mongering have fallen on deaf ears. Maybe a new environmental campaign with a message of hope is just what we need
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Colorado Schools Pay Students to Work With Local Tech FirmsColorado's St. Vrain school district pays students to work with local technology firms.
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Gamers Wanted to Attack Food ToxinBy playing the online game Foldit, players might help design an enzyme that can stop aflatoxins from making millions sick. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Trilobites: It’s One of North America’s Quietest Places. Along Came a Bear.When scientists salvaged recordings from a remote spot in a national park in Alaska, they heard footsteps, sniffs, huffs, a series of crunches, then silence.
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DTU-forskers linse baner vej for LED-lys på fodboldbanenEn DTU-forsker og et privat firma har udviklet og bygget LED-belysning til sportspladser, hvor dioderne hidtil har lyst for diffust til at kunne benyttes.
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Chronic inflammation plays critical role in sustained delivery of new MD therapyMacrophages, a type of white blood cell involved in inflammation, readily take up a newly approved medication for Duchenne muscular dystrophy and promote its sustained delivery to regenerating muscle fibers long after the drug has disappeared from circulation, an experimental model study finds.
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Men develop irregular heartbeat earlier than women; extra weight a factorThe onset of an irregular heartbeat jumps sharply in men after age 50 and in women after 60. The risk of developing the irregular rhythm known as atrial fibrillation rises with increasing age and weight. Having atrial fibrillation more than tripled the risk of dying during average 13-year study.
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How to save giant tropical fruit bats: Work with local hunters who use bat teeth as moneyFlying foxes-- giant fruit bats that look like winged German shepherd puppies-- are in trouble. But scientists suggest a new way to help protect the bats on the Solomon Islands: working with local hunters who use the bats' teeth as currency. The traditional practice, it turns out, is a positive thing for bat conservation.
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The Atlantic

The Problem With Electing Prosecutors Cyrus Vance Jr., Manhattan’s district attorney, is facing intense public scrutiny for a series of prosecutorial decisions in cases involving the Trump family and Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. Multiple stories have emerged about how lawyers connected to those figures have donated to Vance’s campaigns, along with the implicit suggestion that those funds may have played a role in his delibera
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How to save giant tropical fruit bats: Work with local hunters who use bat teeth as moneyBats often get the short end of the stick—when you look around in October, they're featured in Halloween decorations right up there with unsavory characters like monsters and ghosts. But these animals are key to their environments as pollinators, dispersers of seeds, and insect-eaters. Plus, in the case of flying fox fruit bats, they have faces that even a bat-hating chiroptophobe could love—they
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Science : NPR

Mindfulness Apps Aim To Help People Disconnect From Stress Finding inner calm hard to come by? Some people use their device obsession to help them disconnect. The apps aren't a quick fix, therapists say, but might help you stick to a mindfulness practice. (Image credit: Photo Illustration by Carolyn Rogers/NPR)
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Opdagelse af »stor astronomisk betydning« på trapperneDer er usædvanligt stort hemmelighedskræmmeri om en opdagelse, der mandag præsenteres på store pressemøder i Washington D.C. og München foruden mindre møder verden over - herunder også på Københavns Universitet.
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BBC News - Science & Environment

1,000mph 'Bloodhound' rocket car fires upWorld Land Speed record holder Andy Green describes the sensation of starting up the Bloodhound supersonic car for the first time.
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Project saved homes from fires, but can it be duplicated?Lightning started a forest fire one August afternoon near this Oregon tourist town, and it was spreading fast. Residents in outlying areas evacuated as flames marched toward their homes.
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Toyota to highlight reading of driver emotions at Tokyo showSleepy? Hungry? Toyota will be highlighting an array of experimental technologies aimed at improving safety and anticipating drivers' desires at the Toyota Motor Show later this month.
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Bøde-dilemmaet: Skal offentligt datasjusk gå ud over kræftpatienter? Hvem kommer til at betale prisen, når de offentlige myndigheder skal straffes for datasjusk, spørger Version2 og lister fordele og ulemper ved at give bøder kommuner og sygehuse. https://www.version2.dk/artikel/boede-dilemmaet-skal-offentligt-datasjusk-gaa-ud-kraeftpatienter-1081661 Version2
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Ireland closes schools as rare hurricane approachesIreland has ordered all schools to close Monday as the country braces for an "unprecedented storm" with the arrival of Ophelia, the largest hurricane ever recorded so far east in the Atlantic Ocean.
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Drive for giant new marine sanctuary in AntarcticaAustralia and France kick off a fresh push Monday to create a vast marine sanctuary in pristine East Antarctica, hoping to build on the success of landmark deal secured last year at a key annual conservation summit.
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Drone hit Canadian airliner: ministerA Canadian passenger plane landed safely after it was hit by a drone in the first case of its kind in the country, a cabinet minister said Sunday.
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When lemons give you life: Herpetofauna adaptation to citrus orchards in BelizeNatural habitat areas exhibit similar abundances and diversity of herpetofauna as citrus orchards and reclaimed orchard forests in Stann Creek, Belize, reports a comparative study by researchers Russell Gray and Dr. Colin Strine of Suranaree University of Technology (SUT), Thailand.
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Waves in lakes make waves in the EarthBeneath the peaceful rolling waves of a lake is a rumble, imperceptible to all but seismometers, that ripples into the earth like the waves ripple along the shore.
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New antibiotic resistance genes foundResearchers at Chalmers University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, have found several previously unknown genes that make bacteria resistant to last-resort antibiotics. The genes were found by searching large volumes of bacterial DNA and the results are published in the scientific journal Microbiome.
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Brugernavne og kodeord flød rundt i åbent dokumentsystem hos Region Hovedstaden Adskillige dokumenter med brugernavn og kodeord til diverse systemer i sundhedssektoren har ligget frit tilgængelige i et dokumentstyringssystem hos Region Hovedstaden. https://www.version2.dk/artikel/kodeord-floed-rundt-aabent-dokumentstyringssystem-hos-region-hovedstaden-1081675 Version2
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Science | The Guardian

The eyes have it: how technology allows you to speak when all you can do is blink Developments in eye-gaze technology – which converts minute movements of the eye into spoken words – are opening up undreamed of opportunities for people with motor neurone disease Steve Thomas and I are talking about brain implants. Bonnie Tyler’s Holding Out For a Hero is playing in the background and for a moment I almost forget that a disease has robbed Steve of his speech. The conversation b
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Ars Technica

Serious flaw in WPA2 protocol lets attackers intercept passwords and much more (credit: Aurich Lawson / Thinkstock) Researchers have disclosed a serious weakness in the WPA2 protocol that allows attackers within range of vulnerable device or access point to intercept passwords, e-mails, and other data presumed to be encrypted, and in some cases, to inject ransomware or other malicious content into a website a client is visiting. The proof-of-concept exploit is called KRACK,
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Inpatient satisfaction improved by five-minute intervention, study findsAs hospitals seek to improve inpatient satisfaction, one effective way takes only a few minutes and no expensive equipment. A study at the University of Virginia School of Medicine recently found that a daily five-minute conversation that focused on hospitalized patients 'as people' significantly improved their satisfaction with their medical care.
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Mount Sinai & Sema4 scientists identify biomarker for progression and drug response in brain cancerScientists at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Sema4, and collaborating institutions including Colorado State University and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center reported results today from a glioblastoma study in which they validated a biomarker indicative of a patient's prognosis and likely response to specific therapies.
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Is rushing your child to the ER the right response?If a child gets a small burn, starts choking or swallows medication, parents may struggle to decide whether to provide first aid at home or rush them to the hospital, suggests a new national poll.
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New UTSA study describes how dopamine tells you it isn't worth the waitA new study in Cell Reports by Matthew Wanat, assistant professor of biology at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), sheds light on how dopamine cells in the brain signal the passage of time.
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When lemons give you life: Herpetofauna adaptation to citrus orchards in BelizeReptile and amphibian communities exhibit a promising level of resilience to agricultural lands, confirms a study recently published in the open-access journal ZooKeys. In their study, herpetologist Russell Gray and his research team compared forested areas to manicured citrus orchards and reclaimed orchard forests in Stann Creek, Belize. Further intriguing discoveries were made when the Category
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New antibiotic resistance genes foundResearchers at Chalmers University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, have found several previously unknown genes that make bacteria resistant to last-resort antibiotics. The genes were found by searching large volumes of bacterial DNA and the results are published in the scientific journal Microbiome.
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Waves in lakes make waves in the EarthIn a study published today in the Journal of Geophysical Research Solid Earth, scientists at the University of Utah report that small seismic signals in lakes can aid science. As a record of wave motion in a lake, they can reveal when a lake freezes over and when it thaws. And as a small, constant source of seismic energy in the surrounding earth, lake microseisms can shine a light on the geology
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Flu vaccine failed to protect young leukemia patients during cancer treatmentSt. Jude Children's Research Hospital investigators said the results reinforce the importance of hand washing and other measures to help protect vulnerable patients from influenza infections.
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West Virginians say Opioid epidemic most important health issue in the stateThe opioid epidemic is the most important health issue in West Virginia, above obesity, cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and dental disease, according to a state-based public opinion survey commissioned by Research!America. A strong majority of West Virginians (84%) say prescription pain medication abuse and addiction is a major problem in their community, and more than two-thi
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Study: New exercises help athletes manage dangerous breathing disorderA novel set of breathing techniques developed at National Jewish Health help athletes overcome vocal cord dysfunction and improve performance during high-intensity exercise. Vocal cord dysfunction, now also referred to as exercise-induced laryngeal obstruction (EILO), has been shown to improve for athletes after being trained to use the new techniques. The findings were published in the Oct. 16, 2
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How Blockchain Could Give Us a Smarter Energy GridEnergy experts believe that blockchain technology can solve a maze of red tape and data management problems.
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Ekspert: Rambøll har et ansvar for skandalen om Niels Bohr BygningenIfølge seniorforsker ved Dansk Byggeforskningsinstitut kan Rambøll ikke løbe fra, at de som totalrådgiver med ansvar for fagtilsynet burde have opdaget, at der var store kvalitetssvigt i de 2,5 kilometer ventilationsrør, som nu skal udskiftes i Niels Bohr Bygningen.
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Atlas V Rocket Launches New US Spy Satellite on Secret MissionThe NROL-52 satellite soared into orbit this morning (Oct. 14) atop a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket, which lifted off at 3:31 a.m. EDT (0731 GMT) from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
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Study calls for less shame and secrecy around menstruation in global conflict areasA new study found that girls and women in emergency contexts have inadequate access to safe and private facilities and supplies for menstrual hygiene management, and are provided with insufficient guidance by response teams on the basics of managing menstruation. Moreover, many staff have a limited understanding of what an improved response should entail, and instead, focus predominantly on suppli
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Grapes may offer drug treatment for COPD A naturally-derived compound from grapes could be a potential drug candidate for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The inflammatory lung disease is associated with a high mortality rate and currently lacks an effective anti-inflammatory agent to halt its progression. Lin Haishu and his team from the pharmacy department at the National University of Singapore have found that a grape polypheno
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Certain proteins stay ‘relaxed’ while floating inside cells New research may answer a long-standing question about how proteins act inside cells. For many years, scientists thought that all proteins must fold into complicated shapes to fulfill their functions, looking like thousands of sets of custom-tailored locks and keys. But over the past two decades, scientists have begun to realize other proteins—including those involved in many essential cellular f
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One in five witness someone collapse who requires CPR but the majority do not actAn estimated one in five adults in the UK witness someone collapse who needs immediate CPR, yet the majority of people do not act, according to new research funded by the British Heart Foundation. Researchers at the University of Warwick carried out a survey of 2,000 people across the country to find out how likely people are to witness a life-threatening cardiac arrest.
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Team recreates scarce ‘sea creature’ drug in lab Supplies of a promising drug for cancer and HIV—provided by a feathery creature of the sea—is about half what it was in the 1990s. Now, scientists have come up with a synthetic alternative. As reported in Science , the new synthetic supply will be enough to continue ongoing trials testing its effectiveness as a cancer immunotherapy and for treating Alzheimer’s disease and HIV. Principal investiga
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Experts warn against abandoning Iran nuclear deal Abandoning the Iran nuclear deal would harm the United States’ credibility on nonproliferation issues and make it more difficult to solve the North Korean crisis, scholars warn. President Trump announced on Friday, October 13th, that his administration does not plan to certify Iranian compliance with the agreement, pushing the decision of whether or not to reimpose sanctions on Iran to Congress.
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What Do The GOLD RUSH Prospectors Love Most About Mining? #GoldRush | Friday 9p Family, country, gold, the bosses reveal what they love most about mining. 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.facebook.com/Discovery Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Gold_Rush https://twitter.com/Discovery From: Discovery
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In This It Parody, Anderson Cooper's Greatest Fear is a Bad Guest Image: NBC Anderson Cooper’s, newscasting’s most likeable talking head, is largely unflappable. In a new digital short, Saturday Night Liv e taps into Stephen King’s horror to see what really scares Cooper. We all float down here, Coopy. Playing on the public image of Kellyanne Conway, a counselor to the President and a Trump-defending pundit extraordinare, as an attention-hounding amoral deceive
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Cops in Dubai Are Getting Real, Very Dangerous Looking Hoverbikes GIF Police in Dubai may soon have access to functional hoverbikes, according to AutoBlog , which reported that Dubai Police had unveiled the new technology in conjunction with Russian company Hoversurf at the Gulf Information Technology Exposition last week. Per Autoblog, the Scorpion hoverbike is capable of flying approximately 16 feet (five meters) in the air, moving at a speed of 43 miles per
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Science | The Guardian

Plantwatch: Autumn and leaves are falling, but for the wrong reasons A big tree can be infested with about 2m of these tiny leaf miners, just one of several new pests attacking British woodlands The autumn tree colours are appearing, but all is not quite what it seems. Horse chestnut leaves started falling weeks ago like crispy brown pieces of paper, a sign of leaf miners infesting the trees. These are the caterpillars of a tiny moth, and a big tree can be infeste
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The Fall and Rise of ProtoichthyosaurusAre the rumors true? Is an obscure British ichthyosaur, named in 1979 and all but forgotten, really back from the trash bin of synonymy? Well, let’s find out... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Bizarre Brain-Implant Experiment Sought to "Cure" HomosexualityIn 1970 a psychiatrist at Tulane University electrically stimulated the brain of a gay man while he had sex with a female prostitute -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Here Is When Engine Braking Can Save More Gas Than Coasting Not only is engine braking a technique that will make you a bit safer driving down a mountain pass, the science behind it can actually save you more fuel over just coasting in neutral. Years ago I took a road trip with my then-girlfriend, now-wife down to North Carolina. We decided to take what is considered “the most scenic roadway” in America, the Blue Ridge Parkway. Coming around the blind mou
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OnePlus Admits It Was Snooping on OxygenOS Users, Says It Will Tweak Data Collection Program Photo: AP Earlier this month, software engineer Christopher Moore discovered that Shenzen, China-based phone manufacturer OnePlus was secretly collecting a trove of data about users without their consent and communicating it to company servers. Moore had routed his OnePlus 2's internet traffic through security tool OWASP ZAP for a holiday hack challenge, but noticed his device was regularly t
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This Weapon from North Korea Could Kill Up to 90 percent of Americans, Experts Warn Congress U.S. Congress hears expert testimony on a potentially devastating military threat from North Korea. Read More
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The Atlantic

The Coming Confrontation Between Israel and Iran In the United States, discussions of Iran have, for the last few years, centered mostly around the JCPOA—the nuclear deal negotiated by President Obama. In the Middle East, things are different. This is because, while we have been debating, Iran has been acting—and Israel has been reacting. Israel has struck sites in Syria 100 times in the last five years, bombing when it saw an Iranian effort to
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International Monetary Fund Report Shows Why Tax Cuts for the Rich Are a Bad Idea A new report from the IMF shows why income equality hurts everyone and proposes higher taxes on the wealthy and investigating universal basic income. Read More
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Why Trump's Threats Against the NFL May Violate the First Amendment Several interpretations of the Constitution say that Trump has already broken the law by threatening free speech concerning the NFL. When can we start impeachment proceedings? Read More
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Science | The Guardian

Broadening the debate on mental health | Letters David Dodd wants employers to assume a degree of responsibility for employees’ mental wellbeing, Justin Harper makes a case for income protection and Gary Fereday says psychoanalytically informed therapies should be more widely available. Plus letters from Keir Harding and Rob Davies Jeremy Hunt has once more propelled mental health up the political agenda with the promise that an extra £1.3bn wo
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The New Mutants Was Conceived as Part of a Trilogy of Mutant Horror Films Image: 20th Century Fox It’s not uncommon for creators to plan out entire story arcs and sequels in advance, so it’s not ever a surprise to hear that a director has an idea for a sequel to their film. But Josh Boone’s conception of his New Mutants film is intriguing. Talking to IGN in conjunction with the release of the film’s first trailer, director Josh Boone discussed the gestation of the film
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What the Psychology of Human Memory Tells Us about How to Learn Better What method helps you retain more information — reading, highlighting, or even interrogation? Read More
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The Atlantic

Deadly Wildfires Continue Across Northern California More than a dozen wildfires burning across Northern California have destroyed at least 5,700 structures, and are being blamed for 40 deaths now, making this California's deadliest-ever wildfire event. Authorities are saying that recent calmer winds and containment efforts have allowed firefighters to gain a measure of control over some of the blazes, but much work remains to be done. Tens of thou
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Half of All Mexicans Paid a Bribe in the Previous 12 Months Bending the rules of government in exchange for favours or bribes is a worldwide problem. It is certainly not limited to Mexico, but the statistic is shocking. Read More
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How to Combat Racial Bias: Start in ChildhoodRacial bias is associated with dehumanizing social groups different from your own. Psychologists trained kids to differentiate individuals of another race – with lasting effects on their biases.
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The Zoomable UniverseReality as we know it spans 63 orders of magnitude in scale, and now all of that is in one book -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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China's Tiangong-1 Space Station Will Crash to Earth in the Next Few Months Photo: AP China’s 8.5-ton Tiangong-1 space station, originally launched in 2011, has seen its orbit rapidly decay and is now expected to hit the Earth in the next few months, the Guardian reported . Chinese officials told the UN in 2016 they had lost the ability to correct the station’s altitude and expected it to plummet to the ground between October 2017 and April 2018. But Harvard University a
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Does Video Game Piracy Actually Result in More Sales? A new study by the European Commission found that video game piracy may increase the downloading of legitimate games by 24%. Read More
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Rubies, the buried treasures of Pakistani KashmirThe people of Pakistani Kashmir are sitting on a treasure chest: Millions of rubies, estimated to be worth up to half a billion dollars, are lying beneath them.
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What Puerto Rico Looks Like Three Weeks After Hurricane Maria October 11: Yamiles Vazquez poses with her baby Joy on a section of her family’s damaged property in Aibonito, Puerto Rico. Via Getty It’s been three weeks since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. Less than 20% of the population has electricity. Only 64% of the U.S. territory has access to clean drinking water. While President Trump tried to assure everyone that relief efforts were going gre
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'Thirsty protests' hit Morocco over water shortagesResidents angered by persistent water shortages in southern Morocco have taken to the streets in a series of "thirsty protests" that has grabbed the attention of the country's king.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Smallscale farmers try to solve Amazon's big problemsIn western Brazil's Amazon, the very people tasked with looking after the world's greatest rainforest are themselves wondering if they have a future.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Futuristic solar-powered Dutch family car hailed 'the future'A futuristic Dutch family car that not only uses the sun as power but supplies energy back to the grid was hailed as "the future" Sunday as the World Solar Challenge wrapped up.
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Sunday's Best Deals: USB-C Adapters, Game of Thrones Monopoly, Philips Sonicare, and More Philips Sonicare Diamondclean , 2-pack of Aukey USB-C adapters , a $14 Bodum pour-over coffee maker , and more lead off Sunday’s best deals. Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter to never miss a deal. Top Tech Deals 2-Pack USB 3.0 to USB-C Adapters , $7 with code AUKEYAA1 USB-C will be the only cable we ever have to use before too long, but until that day comes, you’ll need some adapters
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Kunst mellem den virkelige og den digitale virkelighedPå Louisianas nye udstilling ‘Being There’ er ti unge, internationale kunstnere blevet bedt om at vise værker, der forholder sig til det moderne menneskes pendling mellem den virtuelle og den virkelige verden. Hvad har internettet gjort ved vores opfattelse af os selv og vores virkelighed? Udstil...
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Five signs your laptop is in trouble DIY Keep an eye out for these red flags. How can you tell when your laptop is fighting a virus or dealing with hard drive failure? Look out for these tell-tale signs—and learn what to do about them.
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The Atlantic

The Decline of the Midwest's Public Universities Threatens to Wreck Its Most Vibrant Economies Four floors above a dull cinder-block lobby in a nondescript building at the Ohio State University, the doors of a slow-moving elevator open on an unexpectedly futuristic 10,000-square-foot laboratory bristling with technology. It’s a reveal reminiscent of a James Bond movie. In fact, the researchers who run this year-old, $750,000 lab at OSU’s Spine Research Institute resort often to Hollywood c
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Paleo Profile: The Beautiful BirdAn exceptional fossil offers a new look at the flight abilities of early birds -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Forskere opfinder spiselig robotRobot til aftensmad? Schweiziske forskere udvikler robot, der blandt andet kan bruges til kunstige muskler eller spises som mad.
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The 'Rick and Morty' Szechuan Sauce Fiasco and Harvey Weinstein Top This Week's Internet NewsLast week the Internet spent a lot of time talking about a 'Rick and Morty' marketing tie-in gone awry.
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Wonder Woman aside, fall’s origin stories include EVs, Dahmer, and Gilbert Gottfried AUSTIN, Texas—Standard film genres—horror, documentary, sci-fi, et al.—run rampant at Fantastic Fest, but subgenre niches also seem to emerge every outing. In 2016, the festival boasted multiple films about promotional film art , for instance, in addition to a treasure trove of animation styles . In 2017, origin stories jumped off the schedule. The high-profile Professor Marston and the Wonder Wo
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Armed Ground Robots to Fight in the Ukrainian Conflict, Ushering in a New Age of Warfare Ukrainian military shows off a new robot that can see action against Russian-backed forces next year. Read More
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Elbiler kan skubbe gang i digitalisering af elsektorenANALYSE: Nordmændenes begejstring for elbiler giver store problemer for de lokale elnet. I Danmark er der stadig få elbiler, og derfor kan vi i god tid skubbe gang i en digitalisering af elforsyningen.
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Amazon's Running a Massive Deal on the Best Toothbrush You Can Buy, Today Only Philips Sonicare DiamondClean , $200 after $30 coupon The Philips Sonicare DiamondClean attempts to fix the biggest problem with every other electric toothbrush: The person operating it . I know people are skeptical about Bluetooth-connected apps for devices that have existed without them for decades, but the Sonicare app is actually really cool. From Shane’s Gear review : It’s good then the app
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How Air France Will Rescue Its A380 With a Shattered EngineThe plane will need an engine swap at the remote Canadian airport where it's stranded.
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'Quackery' Chronicles How Our Love Of Miracle Cures Leads Us Astray Tobacco enemas? Mercury pills? Ice pick lobotomies? A new book explains how throughout history, miracle "cures" often didn't just fail to improve people's health, they maimed and killed. (Image credit: Courtesy of Workman Publishing)
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Ars Technica

New Blade Runner VR game foretells a Sega CD-styled story revolution SAN JOSE, Calif.—In bad news, Blade Runner 2049: Memory Lab is not the kind of "VR film" that should have you rushing to purchase a high-end VR rig and exploring the edges of the Blade Runner universe. The dialogue and story are first-draft fluff. The acting is stilted. Its connections to the new film are tenuous at best. And the series-lore payoff is equivalent to a cartoon character opening a w
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How Sci-Fi Writers Imagine Iraq’s Future Speculative fiction from around the world has been gaining significant traction in the U.S. in recent years. Nordic sci-fi novels such as The Core of the Sun and Amatka —by Johanna Sinisalo and Karin Tidbeck, respectively—have been published in the States by the likes of Grove Atlantic and Vintage. Meanwhile, China’s Liu Cixin became the first Asian author to win a coveted Hugo Award for Best Nov
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What NASA's Simulated Missions Tell Us about the Need for Martian LawIt is becoming as important to ask what laws will govern humans on Mars as it is to ask whether we could survive on the planet’s surface -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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5 Toys to Teach Your Kids the Basics of Engineering: Lego, Kano, Cubetto, Tech Will Save Us, XYZprintingToday, learning about science and tech is all play. Well, and maybe just a little work.
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Ultra-Powerful Radio Bursts May Be Getting a Cosmic BoostRepeating radio bursts are among the most mysterious phenomena in the universe. A new theory explores how some of their puzzling properties can be explained by galactic lenses made of plasma.
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Tote Your Tots Safely With These Feature-Rich Car Seats: Clek and CybexYour child’s car seat can be as technologically advanced as your luxe Euro sedan.
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Trump Decertifying the Iran Deal Could Have Unseen Cyberattack ConsequencesBy decertifying the nuclear deal with Iran, President Trump could risk provoking hacks from a country that hasn't focused on US cyberattacks in years.
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Adam Sandler Does His Best Work Yet Cinema is an art form unlike any other, one that swirls disparate forms of expression—music, sound, writing, performance, photography—into one special medium that’s helped define global pop culture for the last 100 years. Occasionally, that convergence produces something truly unforgettable, something that feels both highly relevant to the specific story being told and to the deeply held feelings
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Trådløs kommunikation skal redde motorcyklister fra ulykkerIsraelsk virksomhed står bag teknik, der kan advare bilister om det, de ikke selv kan se. Store spillere bakker op om systemets udbredelse.
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How American Politics Became So Exhausting Alan Jacobs is something of an internet enigma. The Baylor University professor describes himself as a conservative Christian with some “very liberal” political views. In his prolific blogging, he often takes surprising and counterintuitive positions; his recent feature for Harper’s Magazine on the decline of Christian intellectuals won praise and criticism from unusual bands of allies . Maybe it
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A Gun to His Head as a Child. In Prison as an Adult.Taking childhood trauma into account means asking inmates “What happened to you?” instead of “What is wrong with you?”
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»Betaling er ikke noget, man taler om i fremtiden«STEMMER OM FREMTIDEN: Fintech-industrien vil med teknologier som blockchain forandre vores finansielle systemer, mener ekspert i digitalisering professor Jan Damsgaard. Han levner ikke bankerne store chancer, men spår forbrugerne gode tider.
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A day of xenon collisions at CERN On Friday, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN had a day of smashing xenon nuclei together, a departure from its usual diet of protons or lead The picture at the top shows what happened in the CMS particle detector when xenon nuclei were circulated in the LHC and brought into head-on collision. The yellow is made up of tracks of electrically-charged particles, produced in such numbers that the whol
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How our visual memories are made | Mark Cousins Meeting a young Syrian refugee inspires Mark Cousins to imagine how different our defining images can be We have work lives and love lives, but we also have looking lives. If we’re lucky enough to have eyesight, an inner photo album accrues throughout our lives. On its pages are the sunsets we’ve seen, the dead bodies, and many other defining images – these are the visual shocks and pleasures whi
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The X-Men's Next Team Up Will Be With Venom Of All People Illustration by Nick Bradshaw. X-Men and Inhumans. X-Men and Avengers. Crossovers are an obvious fit for the ragtag band of mutants. But I can’t say I’ve ever seen this one before. Starting to January 2018, the “Poison X” crossover, starting in “X-Men Blue Annual #1", will see the symbiote-bonded Eddie Brock team up with X Men Blue ’s team of unstuck-in-time OG X-Men (Jean Grey, Cyclops, Ice
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Here Is a Pretty Excellent Video of a Fidget Spinner Spinning in Space GIF Look: If we’re being honest, fidget spinners are pretty played out at this point. Or at least they are ... on Earth . It turns out that fidget spinners remain extremely cool if you have access to a massive spacecraft and a low-gravity environment. NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik, who is stationed on the International Space Station, recently took some time to demonstrate that you can just set one
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What did neolithic man eat after a hard day at Stonehenge? Sweet pork and rich cheese Analysis of bones and pottery fragments shows special foods were consumed in feasts at the ancient site Britons’ Stone Age ancestors possessed some unexpected talents, scientists have discovered. On top of their prowess in constructing great monoliths such as Stonehenge, they were also adept at staging first-rate parties. Roast sweetened pork consumed with a range of rich dairy products including
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Northern California Wildfires Death Toll Rises to 38 Destruction in Santa Rosa, California. Photo: AP The 15 separate wildfires ravaging northern California over the past week have now claimed 38 lives, the L.A. Times reported on Saturday, and scorched an astonishing 220,000 acres. Per the Times , the fires are not expected to go down anytime soon, with Cal Fire spokeswoman Jaime Williams telling the paper firefighters are facing “red flag warnings
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How Much Profit Will The Misfits Make On The Green Jeep? | Misfit Garage #MisfitGarage | Wednesdays 9p Thomas finds a potential buyer for the Willys Jeep build at Rednecks and Paychecks and is hoping to make $40,000. Full episodes streaming FREE: https://www.discovery.com/tv-shows/misfit-garage/ Subscribe to Discovery: http://bit.ly/SubscribeDiscovery Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/misfitgarage https://www.facebook.com/Discovery Follow us on Twitter: ht
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