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Klimaforsker: “Jeg frygter, at der skal lig på bordet i Danmark”Sebastian Mernild sidder med ved bordet, når verdens skarpeste forskere analyserer klimaforandringer. Og han frygter, at vi i Danmark slet ikke har forstået, hvor alvorlige forandringerne er.
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The Atlantic

Evangelical Fear Elected TrumpWhite conservative evangelicals in America are anxious people. I know because I am one. Our sense of fear, perhaps more than any other factor, explains why evangelicals voted in such large numbers for Donald Trump in 2016 and continue to support his presidency. The Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and essayist Marilynne Robinson once wrote, “Fear is not a Christian habit of mind.” The great poet o
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Ugens debat: Har EU sat private solceller fri?Da EU i sidste uge offentliggjorde en aftale om et nyt direktiv for vedvarende energi gældende til 2030, gik læserne på ing.dk straks i kødet på de nye muligheder for private borgere, som ønsker at sælge solcelle-el til nettet.
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The history of ugliness shows that there is no such thingWhen we call something ugly, we say something about ourselves – and what we fear or dread. Read More
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How ‘Sesame Street’ Helps Traumatized ChildrenFor years, Elmo and his buddies have been close friends to kids around the world. Now, as the U.S. struggles with stories of migrant families being separated at the border with Mexico, the residents of Sesame Street are being deployed again. “We are already doing that,” Sherrie Westin, president of global impact and philanthropy at Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit organization that produces Sesame
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Dræbt i virtual reality: Derfor er det så skræmmendeVirtual reality-oplevelser overbeviser både sanserne og hjernen
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Selvskade hos dyr: Fugle plukker fjer og elefanter banker hovedet i væggenLigesom mennesker gør dyr skade på sig selv, når de for eksempel er stressede eller deprimerede.
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

War, wine and wonders: hopefuls vie for place on UNESCO heritage listInuit hunting grounds, World War I cemeteries, Art Deco heritage in Mumbai and Italy's wine-producing Prosecco hills are among 30 hopefuls in the running to join UNESCO's famous list as the World Heritage Committee meets from Sunday in Bahrain.
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

Discarded napkin helps US police crack 32-year-old murder mysteryThe mystery of the sexual assault and murder of a US teenager in Washington state has been resolved 32 years after the crime thanks to a discarded napkin, DNA tests and genetic genealogy.
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

Dozens of last blue macaws to be reintroduced to BrazilAbout 50 of the last Spix's macaws, the blue parrot made famous in the hit animation movie "Rio," will be reintroduced to the wild in Brazil from captivity in Europe, officials said Saturday.
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As Facebook ages, teens look elsewhere to connectManon, 17, has a Facebook account but to connect with her friends she turns to other social networks like Instagram or Snapchat.
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Ikea bets big on India but keeps meatballs off the menuFurniture giant Ikea is set to open its first store and restaurant in India after years of trying but arguably its most famous item is off the menu—Swedish meatballs.
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Hundreds march in Berlin to demand an end to using coalHundreds of protesters are marching through the German capital to demand an end to burning coal to produce electricity.
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Eyewire Cup QualifiersThe Eyewire Cup will kick off tomorrow with a week of qualifiers for the 8 coveted spots in the Cup. During the Qualifiers you’ll play for a country of your choice! We’ll know which country you’re playing for based on the flag you use in your profile. You can choose whatever country you like! You can play for your home country, your favorite World Cup country, or even just a country you like the
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Social bonding key cause of soccer (football) violenceAs World Cup fever sets in, increased hooliganism and soccer (football) related violence are legitimate international concerns. Previous research has linked sports-related hooliganism to 'social maladjustment' e.g. previous episodes of violence or dysfunctional behavior at home, work or school etc. However, social bonding and a desire to protect and defend other fans may be one of the main motivat
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The Normalization of Gun Violence in Poor CommunitiesRalph A. Clark remembers the first time he went for a ride-along with police. He was in Baltimore, and a teenager had been killed. He says what shocked him was not the sight of the body on the street, but the lack of reaction from people at the scene—“as if nothing had happened.” “That is the cost of gun violence,” Clark, who is the president and CEO of ShotSpotter, a company whose technology use
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Future of mixed reality: how augmented & virtual worlds will collideA primer on the amazing possibilities of mixed reality, augmented reality, and virtual reality technology. Read More
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How to troubleshoot a crashing appDIY Fixes for Android, iOS, Windows, and macOS. Don't put up with misbehaving software. If one of your apps keeps crashing, here's how to make the troublesome program run smoothly again.
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Ford's Train Station, Elon's Angry Emails, and More Car NewsPlus, VW builds an electric racer for a mountain climb, and Colorado sticks it to the EPA.
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Melania Trump's 'I Really Don't Care' Jacket Tops This Week's Internet News RoundupThe First Lady wore a "I really don't care. Do U?" jacket on her visit to the southern border.
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Can't Right the Reaper | Street Outlaws: Crash CourseBrought on to bring the heat to the street, Reaper is king of smack talkin' but often finds himself struggling to keep up. Check out his long history of mechanical issues and bad mouthin'. Full episodes streaming now on DiscoveryGO: https://discovery.com/tv-shows/street-outlaws/ Binge watch all Street Outlaws: Crash Course now! https://www.discovery.com/tv-shows/street-outlaws-crash-course/ Subsc
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Endelig er ESA’s mareridts-satellit klar til opsendelseSnart vil satellitmålinger af vindhastigheder i atmosfæren bidrage til mere nøjagtige vejrudsigter. Men satellitten var næsten umulig at bygge.
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'What The Eyes Don't See' In FlintNPR's Susan Davis talks with Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha about her new memoir which tells the story of her research that helped expose widespread lead poisoning of Flint, Mich.'s drinking water.
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Some Animals Switching To Nocturnal LifeA new study finds that animals are becoming more active during the night in order to avoid humans. NPR's Susan Davis talks with one of the study's co-authors, Neil Carter.
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Let's Use Physics to Model a Curving Soccer BallYou could practice out on the pitch, or you could use a numerical calculation.
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How to Use a Google Clips CameraGoogle’s clever new AI-powered camera is designed to grab stellar 7-second snippets of family shenanigans. Here’s how to get started.
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Want Health Care in Arkansas? Find a JobArkansas just became the first state to implement work requirements for its Medicaid program. Similar Medicaid waivers have been approved for t hree other states, and seven more are pending, spurred in part by the Trump administration’s guidance last year. Now, if able-bodied adults on Arkansas’ Medicaid rolls don’t go to work, study, or volunteer for 80 or more hours a month, they will lose thei
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T. Rex Couldn't Stick Out Its TongueWith its tongue attached to the bottom of its mouth, the dinosaur probably ate like modern crocodiles — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Live Science

Here's How Your Water Bottle Could Start a FireBe careful where you leave your water bottles this summer.
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Finally, a Problem Only Quantum Computers Will Ever Be Able to SolveComputer scientists have been searching for years for a type of problem that a quantum computer can solve but that any possible future classical computer cannot. Now they’ve found one.
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Westworld’s Real Villain Has Always Been Its Privacy PolicyThose rich people really should have read the Delos terms of service.
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From Mats to Hoodies, 9 Ways to Elevate Your Yoga PracticeOur favorite gear to help you say "namaste."
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GN-direktør advarer: »Uden de rigtige folk må vi flytte forskning til udlandet«Høreapparater er i dag små ørebårne computere. Derfor skal producenten GN Hearing bruge op til 100 it- og softwarefolk i år. Findes de ikke her, må projekterne flyttes udenlands.
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The kiki Bouba effect (experiment & explanatory models) – What we have that AI doesn't.submitted by /u/Shred77 [link] [comments]
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Tweeting Oncologist Draws Ire And Admiration For Calling Out HypeA young cancer doctor uses social media to skewer what he sees as overblown claims for "precision medicine." That doesn't make him hugely popular at cancer research meetings. (Image credit: Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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Science | The Guardian

Scientists aim to stop the devastation of Zika-like pandemicsKiller viruses can ravage countries, but now a new project hopes to spot diseases likely to jump from animals to humans For several months, health workers have been battling to contain an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo . A total of 60 cases, 28 of them fatal, have been reported around the town of Mbandaka, though authorities say the outbreak is now under control. Politician
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cognitive science

How would you analyze this character's personality based on this scene?submitted by /u/FroBroWasTaken [link] [comments]
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Ingeniøren

Postterminalen er næsten revet ned – se den som nyKøbenhavns Postterminal, der blev bygget først i 1980’erne, var dimensioneret til at sortere 130.000 pakker og 3 millioner breve om dagen og beskæftigede 2.300 medarbejdere.
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The Neurocritic

The Lie of Precision MedicineMy next blog post will be entitled "The Lie of Precision Medicine" — sarcastic_f (@sarcastic_f) June 23, 2018 This post will be my own personalized rant about the false promises of personalized medicine. It will not be about neurological or psychiatric diseases, the typical topics for this blog. It will be about oncology, for very personal reasons: misery, frustration, and grief. After seven mont
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Science | The Guardian

Nathan Myhrvold: ‘Nasa doesn’t want to admit it’s wrong about asteroids’The maverick inventor, ex-Microsoft executive and ‘patent troll’ is battling Nasa on its asteroid data and exploring pizza science Nathan Myhrvold is the former chief technology officer of Microsoft, founder of the controversial patent asset company Intellectual Ventures and the main author of the six-volume, 2,300-page Modernist Cuisine cookbook , which explores the science of cooking. Currently,
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Trøffelolie, strøm og nikotin: Barnabys mordere bruger mystiske mordvåbenHvis det engelske amt Midsomer fandtes i virkeligheden, ville mord-raterne være højere end i en millionby som London.
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Science | The Guardian

America’s moon landings gave us GPS. Without Galileo, Britain will be all at sea | John NaughtonWithdrawing from the European Union could leave us far from technology’s cutting edge It’s funny the things that geeks notice. I’ve been a keen photographer since I was a teenager and so one of the fascinating aspects for me about the Apollo programme was the cameras that the astronauts used on their missions. On Apollo 11, the first moon landing, for example, they had three Hasselblad 500ELs . Wh
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Science | The Guardian

Genetically modified animalsDespite its potential to battle disease and hunger, genetically engineered food is still controversial Last week, scientists from the University of Edinburgh’s Roslin Institute announced they had deleted the section of DNA that leaves pigs vulnerable to porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome, which is estimated to cost European farmers £1.5bn a year in loss of livestock and decreased produc
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Science | The Guardian

I couldn’t bring myself to read my parents’ love letters for yearsBefore her mother died, she handed over a shopping bag of private and personal letters sent long ago between her and her father. But what would Sabine Durrant learn about the man who died shortly after she was born? My father died just after I was born and I knew very little about him until I was in my 30s. I was a journalist then, and I approached it like an investigation, writing a memoir about
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Topfodbolden spiller med musklerne som aldrig førFodboldspilleres fysik er i dag toptunet til en ekstrem ydeevne i topkampe, fordi spillernes krop skal kunne klare højintense løb og dueller.
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Fundamental Rule of Brain Plasticity Discoveredsubmitted by /u/Coach_Aretas [link] [comments]
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A Restaurant ‘Eighty-Sixed’ Sarah Huckabee Sanders. What Does That Mean?White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed rumors that she was asked to leave a Virginia restaurant on Friday evening. “Last night I was told by the owner of Red Hen in Lexington, VA to leave because I work for @POTUS and I politely left,” Sanders tweeted on Saturday. “Her actions say far more about her than about me.” In a widely shared tweet about the incident, Brennan Gilmore
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How much it's going to cost you to find love onlineThe online dating world has become more and more profitable as single people search for love. Read More
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Science | The Guardian

Coral reefs ‘will be overwhelmed by rising oceans’Study finds fragile marine ecosystems cannot grow fast enough to keep pace with sea levels Scientists have uncovered a new threat to the world’s endangered coral reefs. They have found that most are incapable of growing quickly enough to compensate for rising sea levels triggered by global warming. The study suggests that reefs – which are already suffering serious degradation because the world’s
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The Atlantic

An ‘Overprescription of Opioids’ That Led to a CrisisIn 2016, 64,000 people died from drug overdoses in the U.S., most of them due to opioids. That’s more than the number of Americans killed in the wars in Vietnam and Iraq combined. Three factors led to those numbers, Nora Volkow, director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, a part of the National Institutes of Health, said at the Aspen Ideas Festival, which is cohosted by The Aspen Institute
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Saudi Arabia’s Ban on Woman Drivers Comes to an EndOn a steamy evening in Riyadh, just after evening prayer, scores of Saudi women gathered outside one of the city’s most popular malls. There, under pulsing searchlights and speakers blasting upbeat Arabic music, the women lined up to enter a parking lot that had been converted into an expo featuring an array of driving-related workshops. The festival, with the Arabic tagline Tawakli w Intalki , o
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The evolution of human memory models – influential & state of the artsubmitted by /u/Shred77 [link] [comments]
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The Fate of Turkey’s Democracy Lies With the KurdsDIYARBAKIR, Turkey—This past Sunday, four Kurdish candidates running for office in Turkey’s June 24 elections rolled into the rural town of Hani to rally their supporters. The candidates, along with their campaign team, had been speaking from atop their bus to a crowd of some 150 people for about 10 minutes before a plain-clothes policeman ordered them to leave. The candidates, members of the min
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What the Happiest Places Have in CommonThe happiest places in the world are those where enlightened leaders shifted their focus from economic development to promoting quality of life. “The biggest predictors of happiness are tolerance, equality, and healthy life expectancy,” Dan Buettner, a National Geographic writer and the author of The Blue Zones of Happiness , said Saturday at the Aspen Ideas Festival, which is cohosted by The Asp
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

Researchers create one of the smallest nanoparticle stabilized nanoemulsions with new techniqueMIE Assistant Professor Sushant Anand and his research associates have had multiple breakthroughs with their work on oil-water mixtures or "emulsions." Now, the researchers have taken their research to a new level by creating ultra-small (100-400 nm in sizes) nanoemulsions formed by self-assembly of nanoparticles around droplets.
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Hviske- og smaske-videoer forbudt som porno i KinaASMR-videoer er blevet ulovlige i Kina, da statens Anti-pornografi-afdeling er overbeviste om, at videoerne dækker over pornodistribution.
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

Online sellers consider how to comply with sales tax rulingWhile a Supreme Court ruling on sales taxes will create more obligations and expenses for many small online retailers, owners are already thinking about how they'll comply.
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Image of the Day: RemodeledResearchers use CRISPR-Cas9 to create transgenic Hydractinia symbiolongicarpus, a cnidarian, for the first time.
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Science | The Guardian

Love Island is a Rorschach test: see what you want to see | Jane MerrickIt’s daft to see too much meaning in the show. Just lie back and enjoy it, like the contestants… On Friday, an evicted Love Island contestant appeared on Daily Politics alongside Nigel Farage and Alastair Campbell to talk about Brexit. Hayley Hughes, from Liverpool, has achieved fame and notoriety beyond the show’s traditional audience for not knowing what Brexit means, before asking on the real
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Popular Science

Childhood trauma can change the way your genes behave and leave you more vulnerable to illnessHealth And it starts happening quickly. The distress and upheaval are emotionally and physically overwhelming in the short-term, but such a trauma in someone’s childhood is also connected to long-term…
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Dagens Medicin

SP er pivfarlig for patienterneNødråb til regionsformænd og koncerndirektører i Region Hovedstaden og Region Sjælland.
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Ingeniøren

Kravlende malerobot skal afhjælpe byggebranchens mangel på hænderI de kommende uger får byggebranchen en ny medarbejder: Den modulære byggerobot, der nu skal svinge malersprøjten i Odense.
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Are these careers as gendered as people think?The results of Google Image career searches are often at odds with the statistics when it comes to the relative participation of men and women. Read More
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Scientific American Content: Global

Why Your Summer Might Be Full of MosquitoesA scientist explains what makes some years worse than others — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Popular Science

It's surprisingly hard to tell if someone's drowning, so we made you a guideDIY What to look for—and what to do about it. The water can be dangerous, particularly for youngsters who don’t know how to swim. Here's how to spot and prevent drowning.
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NYT > Science

A Space Force? The Idea May Have Merit, Some SayThe Pentagon has been cool to the president’s order to create a sixth military branch. But some lawmakers and aerospace experts, citing threats from Russia and China, say a case could be made for one.
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A Major Privacy Win, a Vault 7 Indictment, and More Security News This WeekA good week for privacy, an alleged leaker indicted, and more security news this week.
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A History of The Atlantic’s Reader CorrespondenceThe Atlantic published its first letter from a reader in 1877—that's 141 years ago, and 20 years after the magazine was founded. It was about the sculptor William Wetmore Story and the busts he created of Romantic poets Percy Bysse Shelley and John Keats. Regarding Keats’ sculpture, the anonymous author wrote: [Mr. Story] has made a singularly interesting and striking bust; the head, turned sligh
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Letters From the Archives: Harry Truman Explains Why He Dropped the BombIn Letters from the Archives, we'll highlight past Atlantic stories and the correspondence they received in order to exhibit what then-readers thought about culture, politics, foreign affairs, and everything in between. In his December 1946 Atlantic article , “If the Atomic Bomb Had Not Been Used,” Karl T. Compton argued in support of the nuclear weapon by considering what might have been had the
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The World Needs More Shows Like 'The Terror'AMC's new show, which depicts the doomed Franklin expedition to the Arctic, is the right kind of historical fiction.
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How Ebola Vaccines Have Helped to Usher In a New Era in the Outbreak ResponseNo new cases have been reported for two weeks in the Democratic Republic of the Congo — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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The Deathtrap: Rises Like A Phoenix | Street Outlaws: Crash CourseHe started with a small tire and soon learned that bigger is actually better. See how Chuck turned his luck around and became one of the most lethal drivers on the OKC streets. Full episodes streaming now on DiscoveryGO: https://discovery.com/tv-shows/street-outlaws/ Binge watch all Street Outlaws: Crash Course now! https://www.discovery.com/tv-shows/street-outlaws-crash-course/ Subscribe to Disc
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Water May Not Be the Only Sign of Alien LifeA new study suggests also looking for "bioessential" elements when searching for alien life.
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Beachgoers Beware? 5 Pathogens That Lurk In SandBeach sand can harbor a number of bacteria, parasites and fungi that are linked with diseases.
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Live Science

Why Do Our Brains Have Folds?Most of us have long accepted that our brains look like overgrown, shriveled walnuts. But why do our brains have those telltale wrinkles?
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Scientific American Content: Global

Mushroom Coffee: The Science behind the TrendCan drinking mushroom beverages really make you more productive, resilient, relaxed or good-looking? — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Risk of autism increased in children of mothers with diabetesThe risk of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) was increased in children of mothers with the three main types of diabetes that complicate pregnancy, findings that add new information on type 1 diabetes and extend what is already known about type 2 and gestational diabetes.
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The Supreme Court Tells the Government to Get a WarrantThe Supreme Court can’t dodge ‘em all. So, on Friday, it actually decided Carpenter v. United States , a closely watched case testing how federal law-enforcement agents could legally obtain four months’ worth of cell phone location records as part of an investigation of a rash of bank robberies in Michigan. The government had not argued that it could simply demand the location records from a cell
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The Atlantic

Damsel Is a One-Note Satire of Classic WesternsDamsel begins with a view of a gorgeous, windswept desert somewhere in the American West, an alternately alluring and frightening arena where many an old-fashioned heroic narrative has been forged. A wizened priest (Robert Forster) talks to a young parson, Henry (David Zellner), telling him the only thing awaiting him on the frontier is violence and savagery. Not from Native Americans (“Some are
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Ingeniøren

Rekord: Riget fandt kilde til gen-sygdom på under fire døgnSiden nytår har Rigshospitalet helgenomsekventeret 25 akut syge børn med mulige genetiske sygdomme. Det har åbnet for lynhurtig diagnosticering og mulig behandling.
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Sony's A7 III Mirrorless Camera Flaunts Its Sensor SmartsSony's full-frame sensor is the stuff of a silicon junkie's dreams.
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'Fortnite' Is Everywhere, But It's Perfect on the Nintendo SwitchThe game's magic lies in its self-contained arc—which translates to an almost perfect mobile experience.
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Scientific American Content: Global

Could the Self-Repairing Star Wars Droid L3-37 Come to Life?We're not that close to making self-modifying robots, expert says — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Science : NPR

What Detention And Separation Mean For Kids' Mental HealthPsychologists say that for migrant kids already in government facilities, a short separation from parents may be enough to cause lasting damage.
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Archaeological Site Reveals New Details About Georgia HistoryArchaeologists say a new dig site in northeast Georgia is revealing some surprising history about the state and about people who lived there long before the Europeans.
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Big Think

Guns: the Genie and the Bottle – Priya Satia – Think Again – a Big Think Podcast #153Guns as currency. Guns as status. Guns as the power of the unpredictable. Stanford Historian Priya Satia on how we got where we are today. Read More
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The Best of the Physics arXiv (week ending June 23, 2018)This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
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The Atlantic

How Will Trump Lead During the Next Global Pandemic?The next global epidemic is likely around the corner—and no amount of U.S. retrenchment from globalization will halt that outbreak at the U.S. border. “There is a real reason for us to be scared of the idea of facing this threat with Donald Trump in the White House,”said Ron Klain, who served as President Obama’s Ebola czar, at the Aspen Ideas Festival, which is cohosted by The Aspen Institute an
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The Atlantic

The Family Weekly: The Complexities of Parenting Kids Who Say They’re TransThis Week in Family The issue of child welfare was on many people’s minds last week, with news of the Trump administration’s separation of more than 2,000 children from parents facing charges of illegally crossing the border. Ashley Fetters, a staff writer at The Atlantic, highlights a troubling side effect of this policy: Some shelter staffers have reported that they are prevented from hugging o
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The Atlantic

The Deep Consistency of the Trump AdministrationOn Thursday, in an interview with the Christian news program CBN News , Attorney General Jeff Sessions made a sharp departure from his previous statements on the unfolding humanitarian crisis at the southern border. “The American people don’t like the idea that we are separating families,” Sessions said. “We never really intended to do that. What we intended to do was to make sure that adults who
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The Atlantic

Why Trump Keeps Creating CrisesIt’s easy to survey the last 10 days in America and be flabbergasted at President Trump’s tendency to inflict politically bruising crises on himself. I know this because I had just that reaction on Wednesday , trying to make sense of his abrupt signing of an executive order intended to end separations of unauthorized immigrant families at the border. The current moment is more acute than others ,
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Indictment of Ex-Fitbit Employees Marks a Bigger Legal ShiftSix current and former Fitbit employees are accused of stealing trade secrets from rival company Jawbone.
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Space Photos of the Week: No, You’re Not Barchan Mad. Those Dunes Are Blue.Mars, along with parts of Earth, is covered in what are called barchan dunes—features shaped into crescents by wind activity. Crank up the saturation in the photo and they look amazing.
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Best Weekend Tech Deals: Apple Devices, Moto Z3, Robot Vacs, and MoreWe found some great deals on Moto phones, Apple devices, robot vacs, wireless headphones, and more
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Do You Dream in Internet? Don’t Freak OutWe know a lot about how smartphones and social media affect our brains, but dreams are more mysterious.
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NYT > Science

Young Urban Birders, Open Your Hearts to the Treetops!The birds come, the birds go. All that changes is the pecking order.
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Ingeniøren

Sønnens genfejl gjorde ham til ekspert i præcisionsmedicin – og så skrev ObamaDa datalogen Matt Might blev far for ti år siden, blev det startskuddet til en karriere inden for genetik: Nu skal hans algoritme hjælpe tusinder med sjældne genetiske sygdomme.
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

Xiaomi seeks to raise up to $6 billion in Hong Kong IPOChinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp. plans to raise up to $6 billion in one of the biggest global stock market debuts in recent years as it tries to become a worldwide hardware-and-services brand alongside Apple, Google and Amazon.
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

Social bonding key cause of football violenceAs World Cup fever sets in, increased hooliganism and football related violence are legitimate international concerns. Previous research has linked sports-related hooliganism to 'social maladjustment' e.g. previous episodes of violence or dysfunctional behaviour at home, work or school etc. However, social bonding and a desire to protect and defend other fans may be one of the main motivations not
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The Atlantic

Deported Into a NightmareSAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras—Edwin Vásquez, a 16-year-old, is learning how to live with fear. One afternoon last fall, as he played soccer on a field near his house in La Rivera Hernández in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, gunfire suddenly rang out, and he barely dodged bullets meant for him. Lurking around the field were members of the Olanchanos, one of six gangs in La Rivera. Although Edwin is not a mem
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The Atlantic

A Brief Drive in Saudi Arabia Changed My LifeI never set out to be an activist. I was a religious girl, born and raised in Mecca. I started covering myself with abayas and niqabs before it was even required, simply because I wanted to emulate and please my religious teachers. And I believed in a highly fundamentalist version of Islam. For years, I melted my brother’s pop music cassette tapes in the oven because in fundamentalist Islam such
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NYT > Science

When an Iowa Family Doctor Takes On the Opioid EpidemicFew primary care doctors are willing to do what Nicole Gastala has: endure the challenges of prescribing buprenorphine, a medication for opioid addiction.
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NYT > Science

The Trump Appointee Who’s an Addiction SpecialistDr. Elinore McCance-Katz answers questions about the opioid crisis and how to help more doctors treat addiction
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Science : NPR

Large Methane Leaks Threaten Perception Of 'Clean' Natural GasA new study finds that oil and gas operations are leaking 60 percent more methane than previously reported by the federal government. (Image credit: Matthew Brown/AP)
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Ingeniøren

Spørg Scientariet: Hvorfor sender vi ikke bare vores atomskrot til Tjernobyl?En læser undrer sig over, hvorfor vi leder efter langtidsopbevaring til atomskrot, når Tjernobyl alligevel står og blinker radioaktivt i mange år. Det svarer Dansk Dekommissionering på.
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BBC News – Science & Environment

The birds filling up with plasticOn a remote island in the Tasman Sea scientists are battling to save flesh-footed Shearwater chicks.
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Den klimavenlige ønskeøFørst blev Samsø CO2-neutral og inspirationskilde til den grønne omstilling for resten af verden. Nu vil de droppe benzin og blive fossilfri inden 2030.
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