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  • 30 minutes ago
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    The Blood Pipe Is Still Spewing Blood After Nearly Two Years

    Newly-obtained footage shows the underwater fish farm pipe in British Columbia is still churning out virus-infected blood and guts.

  • 5 days ago
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    TikTok's catastrophic handling of a teen who posted anti-China videos shows it is almost impossible to run a viral platform while following China...

    TikTok's catastrophic public-relations fallout over its suspension of a teen girl who posted anti-China videos has shown that it's almost impossible to run a viral social-media platform while following Beijing's rules.

  • 5 days ago
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    'My cousin died as the doctors are all on strike'

    The scene in the car park at Zimbabwe's biggest hospital was heart-breaking. People were sitting on the ground waiting to collect a body from the morgue at Parirenyatwa Hospital, which has been paralysed by the nationwide doctors' strike. Two of the women, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said their cousin had died from kidney failure the previous day.

  • 5 days ago
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    Woman claims Washington Post restaurant critic exposed husband’s affair

    A Washington Post food critic unwittingly became embroiled in a married man’s affair when the cheater was photographed dining with his mistress in a recent restaurant review, his alleged wife is claiming.

  • 6 days ago
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    If you have one of these Roku devices or smart TVs, you’re losing access to Netflix on Sunday

    Over the past few months, owners of select smart TVs and streaming players have been receiving warnings that their devices will no longer support Netflix as of December 1st. The brands affected include Roku, Samsung, and Vizio, but the good news is that if you bought a TV or a streaming player from any of these companies within the past few years, it’s unlikely that your particular device will be affected by the incoming Netflix purge.

  • 7 days ago
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    ‘Generation Greta’: Angry youths put heat on climate talks

    It’s safe to say that anyone flying to this year’s global climate conference in Madrid had better have a watertight excuse if they meet Greta Thunberg. The Swedish teen has set a high standard for government officials, scientists and environmental campaigners attending the Dec. 2-13 talks by deciding to sail back across the Atlantic following a last-minute switch of venue from Chile.

  • 7 days ago
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    ASUS finally rolls out Android Pie for the first gen ROG Phone

    Most recently, the company rolled out a stable Android 10 update for last year’s ZenFone 5Z. However, it hasn’t extended the same priveledges to some other devices. For instance, the company dropped plans to update the ZenFone 4 to Android Pie late last month. Thankfully though, it doesn’t seem like the first-gen ROG Phone is going to get the same treatment.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    The Hunt for Planet X – Now. Powered by Northrop Grumman

    Dimly lit by a far distant sun, a planet much larger than Earth may orbit in the vast outer reaches of the solar system, eluding our telescopes for more than 400 years. But its presence may leave telltale traces. And as new and more powerful probes join our space exploration armada, even the immensity of space may no longer afford Planet X a hiding place.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Research Suggests Trump's Election Has Been Detrimental to Many Americans' Mental Health

    For many Americans, the anxiety surfaced on Election Day of 2016. As the possibility of a Hillary Clinton victory began to slip away—and the possibility of a Donald Trump presidency became more and more certain—the contours of the new age of American anxiety began to take shape. In a 2017 column, Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank described this phenomenon as "Trump Hypertensive Unexplained Disorder":

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Does AI Have a Place in Medicine?

    Is there a place for artificial intelligence (AI) in the field of medicine? Will doctors one day be replaced by robots? The answers are “yes” and “no,” respectively. AI—the capability of a machine to imitate intelligent human behavior—is poised to transform the practice of medicine as we know it. But it is a complementary technology, designed to enhance the performance of humans—including physicians, nurses and medical researchers—in doing their jobs.

  • 1 month ago
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    Ridiculous Crypto Regulations Are an Enemy of Bitcoin

    One of the biggest privacy issues in today’s society revolves around the use of overreaching know-your-customer (KYC) and anti-money laundering (AML) laws. Despite the fact that many cryptocurrencies were designed to avoid these invasive practices, KYC and AML guidelines bolstered by political parasites and their followers have perverted the original crypto-anarchist ideologies espoused by the cypherpunks.

  • 1 month ago
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    Indigenous Psychologies from Around the World

    The Indigenous worldview (Narvaez, Four Arrows, Halton, Collier & Enderle, 2019) is still apparent in many non-industrialized communities (Descola, 2013). Whereas Western scholars have long assumed that humans act on nature to force it to reveal its secrets, the Indigenous perspective is more relational, assuming that a receptive orientation to the natural world will lead to revelations to the individual or group.

  • 1 month ago
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    Uber and Lyft are suing New York City after it limited the length of time drivers can cruise without passengers

    Lyft, following its rival Uber's move, has sued New York City seeking to nullify a new rule limiting the time its drivers are allowed to spend cruising in Manhattan without passengers, the company said on Saturday. The lawsuit, filed by the San Francisco-based ride-hail company on Friday, argues that the cruising rule is arbitrary and threatens to shift business away from ride-hailing companies like Lyft in favor of taxis.

  • 2 months ago
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    Apple iPad (2019) review: no competition

    It is, as you have no doubt guessed, an iPad.

  • 2 months ago
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    Study: Americans believe social networks make the news worse

    You're not alone if you think social networks are degrading the quality of news. A Pew study indicates that 62 percent of American adults believe social media companies have "too much control" over news, and 55 percent believe these companies have created a "worse mix" of news through their feed algorithms and other editorial choices. Not surprisingly, the survey respondents pinned it on the quality of the news that surfaced in their social streams.

  • 2 months ago
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    Elon Musk says Starship should reach orbit within six months – and could even fly with a crew next year

    CEO Elon Musk delivered an update about Starship, the company’s nest generation spacecraft, which is being designed for full, “rapid reusability.” Musk discussed the technology behind the design of Starship, which has evolved somewhat through testing and development after its original introduction in 2017.

  • 2 months ago
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    Level 30

    sauce is now level 30 with 2,156,225 XP.

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    • Tribe membership The maximum amount of tribes you can join has been raised by 5 to a total of 150.
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  • 2 months ago
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    Silicon Valley Is One of the Most Polluted Places in the Country

    Sometimes it feels hard to remember that Silicon Valley is an actual place, a collage of parched suburbs, and not just the collective noun for information-technology companies. But before it was the idea center of the internet, it was a group of factory towns, the blinking heart of “clean” manufacturing, the hallmark of the Information Age.

  • 2 months ago
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    Ex-Donkey Kong Champ Threatens to Sue Over Record Removal

    Competitive videogamer Billy Mitchell is threatening "legal recourse" against Guinness World Records and the Twin Galaxies scoreboard if they don't retract "defamatory statements" against him and reinstate his expunged game score world records within the next two weeks.

  • 2 months ago
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    Lab rats play hide-and-seek for the fun of it, new study shows

    Every child knows that a proper game of hide-and-seek must follow a strict set of rules. Players can’t switch from being the “seeker” to the “hider” midway through the game, for example, and hiders have to stay put until they’re found. Now, scientists have discovered that lab rats can rapidly learn the rules to hide-and-seek and, so far as they can tell, love playing the game with people.