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  • 7 days ago
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    Pollution Is So Bad That Earth Is Now In The 'Plastic Age'

    Humans looking back on this period of history in future will be astonished by the huge amount of plastic this generation left behind – because rubbish waste is now so prolific it will become fossilised, a scientist has said. Dr Dan Parsons, professor of sedimentology at Hull University, says that it is inevitable there will be a record of the thousands of tonnes of plastic waste we generate as microplastics are already seeping into the earth and into the food chain.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Transgender person accused of rape is remanded into female prison and sexually assaults inmates within days

    The prison service has apologised after a transgender inmate, charged with raping a woman, sexually assaulted four fellow inmates just days after being remanded into an all female jail.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Men Are Embarrassed to Order Vegetarian Food, British Study Finds

    Recently, when I read through the findings of an informal British study conducted on men’s meat-eating habits, I immediately recalled a classic Seinfeld episode. “The Wink” aired in 1995, and features a newly health-conscious Jerry—he’s put on a few extra pounds, and is trying to lose them—gravitating towards a vegetarian diet. Unfortunately, the woman he’s dating is an inveterate carnivore, serving Jerry mutton and dragging him to a steakhouse for lunch.

  • 1 month ago
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  • 1 month ago
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    Abused husband 'let down' before murder

    A solicitor who was abused and murdered by his violent wife was let down by authorities, a report has found. Doctors failed to raise concerns about injuries to David Edwards, according to the domestic homicide review. Mr Edwards, 51, was stabbed through the heart by his wife Sharon at their home Chorley, Lancashire, just weeks after their Las Vegas wedding in 2015.

  • 1 month ago
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    Flexible screen tech belongs on the wrist, not the phone

    Renders of Samsung’s next big screened novelty have started to capture the tech news of late, with designs of a folding phone that is said to be Samsung’s next attempt to increase their share of the smartphone market. Now, what I’m about to say is in no way a criticism of Samsung’s tendency to introduce weird and wonderful features into their product line, even though I still might not be fully convinced of the virtues of their curved edge displays that have been part of their mainstream...

  • 1 month ago
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    ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Makeup Designer Glenn Hetrick Predicts “Freak Out” Over Season 2 Klingons

    Last month it was announced that Star Trek: Discovery was nominated for two Emmys, including one for Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup. Voting for the Emmys started yesterday and CBS is again ramping up their “For Your Consideration” campaign for the show, including a new interview with the makeup designer where he talked a little bit about season two Klingons, again.

  • 1 month ago
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    Politicians Involved in Murder of Brazilian Activist Marielle Franco: Security Minister

    "I am certain that we will punish those responsible for Marielle (Franco's) death,” said Brazil's Minister of Public Security Raul Jungmann. Brazil's Minister of Public Security, Raul Jungmann, said that there is a degree of “complexity” in solving the assassination of Black activist and Rio de Janeiro councilwoman, Marielle Franco, because the case “involves state agents.”

  • 1 month ago
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    Is a Dirty Joke a Good Pickup Line?

    One of the traits that tops many women’s must-haves in a partner is a sense of humor. But, of course, almost everyone has a sense of humor: it’s really the type of humor we make and appreciate that separates us. Some people like observational comedy, others split their sides for slapstick comedy, and surreal comedy can have an audience rolling in the aisles. But one really basic aspect of comedy is how clean or dirty it is.

  • 1 month ago
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    This man won an $8.8 million lawsuit against the man who slept with his wife

    A man who sued his wife’s lover received an eye-watering $8.8 million in compensation. In a civil complaint filed in April 2017, Keith King of Durham County, North Carolina accused Francisco Huizar III of San Antonio, Texas of seducing his wife away from him. According to the Herald Sun of Durham, the suit alleged Huizar had engaged in criminal conversation, alienation of affection, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent infliction of emotional distress and assault and battery...

  • 1 month ago
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    Amazon’s facial recognition matched 28 members of Congress to criminal mugshots

    The American Civil Liberties Union tested Amazon’s facial recognition system — and the results were not good. To test the system’s accuracy, the ACLU scanned the faces of all 535 members of congress against 25,000 public mugshots, using Amazon’s open Rekognition API. None of the members of Congress were in the mugshot lineup, but Amazon’s system generated 28 false matches, a finding that the ACLU says raises serious concerns about Rekognition’s use by police.

  • 2 months ago
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    The mystery of Russia’s missing wealth shows how Putin retains his power

    Russia is a nuclear power. But an economic power it is not. Last year, the country’s GDP totaled around $1.6 trillion, less than that of the state of Texas. Nor is its wealth growing: Russia’s GDP in 2017 was smaller than it was in 2013, adjusting for price changes. And yet there’s no question of Russian president Vladimir Putin’s international influence. Witness his ability to hack bigger, richer countries’ democratic elections, or, as this week’s Helsinki summit highlighted, to cow...

  • 2 months ago
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    New York Health Officials See Marijuana as an Alternative to Opioids

    New York should legalize recreational marijuana to temper the harm of opioid addiction, end racial disparity in enforcement and boost tax revenue, state health officials said.

  • 2 months ago
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    Chinese scientists break quantum computing world record

    Chinese physicists have achieved quantum entanglement with 18 qubits, surpassing the previous world record of 10. This represents a step toward realizing large-scale quantum computing, according to a recent study published in the journal Physical Review Letters. Quantum entanglement is a phenomenon in which two or more entangled subatomic particles, or qubits, can theoretically affect each other simultaneously regardless of distance. The idea was so counterintuitive that Albert Einstein mocked i...