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China's quest for clean, limitless energy heats up

A ground-breaking fusion reactor built by Chinese scientists is underscoring Beijing's determination to be at the core of clean energy technology, as it eyes a fully-functioning plant by 2050.

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Sådan forbereder Volvo sig på helelektrisk produktion

Nu skal alle nye Volvoer være enten elektriske eller hybride. Det kræver omstilling … og batterier.

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New record of quantum memory efficiency

A joint research team has set a new record of photonic quantum memory efficiency, pushing quantum computation a step closer to reality.

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3D optical biopsies within reach thanks to advance in light field technology

Researchers have shown that existing optical fibre technology could be used to produce microscopic 3D images of tissue inside the body, paving the way towards 3D optical biopsies.

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Mapping industrial 'hum' in the US

Using a dense sensor network that scanned the United States between 2003 and 2014, researchers have identified areas within the country marked by a persistent seismic signal caused by industrial processes.

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Quick reconnaissance after 2018 Anchorage quake reveals signs of ground failure

A day after the Nov. 30, 2018, magnitude 7 earthquake in Anchorage, Alaska, US Geological Survey scientists had taken to the skies. The researchers were surveying the region from a helicopter, looking for signs of ground failure from landslides to liquefaction.

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What Kind of Jobs Will the Robots Leave Us?

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How to See the Grand Canyon without Dying

Death and serious injury stalk one of the most spectacular geological sites in the world. Learn how you can protect yourself while enjoying the views — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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How Recommendation Algos Rule The World – Wired article :: SUMMARY

How Recommendation Algos Rule The World Summarized article below: This March, a book that advances an outlandish conspiracy theory-a theory whose name I will not mention-soared in Amazon's sales rankings. The book's rise was helped greatly when the ecommerce giant put the book on its carousel of recommended titles, which is shown to shoppers who aren't searching for that particular book. The part

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“Like All Good Stories, It Starts with Pigeons”

Suresh Venkatasubramanian tells us about one of the most important tools he uses to root out algorithmic bias — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Russian Hackers Had Ability To Change Voter Roll Data In One Florida County

Florida Senator Marco Rubio has revealed in an interview that Russian hackers were “in a position” to alter voting records in a Florida county. They were able to breach one county’s …

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China tells UK to resist pressure over Huawei 5G fears if it wants to protect country's 'long-term development'

Beijing ambassador tells government to make 'independent decision' after move to involve telecommunications firm in 5G network sparks criticism

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How Self-Driving Tractors And AI Are Changing Agriculture

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Ray Kurzweil Danielle & The Singularity Is Nearer…

I am curious about futurist Ray kurzweil's new book danielle it realesed on 23 April 2019 any one got thier hands on it? And also along with it there is The Singularity is nearer, when will it be shipped and again anyone special who read it? So far the reviews I read on the net are good and Infact people are saying that it's an amazing book like no other . submitted by /u/Danj_memes_ [link] [comm

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U.S. Army Simulates Cyberattack By Cutting Power To Its Largest Base

U.S. Army’s largest base, Fort Bragg, conducted an unannounced exercise in order to simulate a cyberattack. Not only that, it’s also the largest military base in the world, with …

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United Airlines Will Cover Up Seatback Cameras

You can imagine the uproar caused when it was discovered that the in-flight entertainment systems on some new United airplanes have built-in cameras. This obviously led to privacy concerns …

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DJI Is Not Discontinuing Its Phantom Drones

DJI’s iconic Phantom lineup of drones is not going anywhere, the company has confirmed. The confirmation comes amid rumors that DJI has been thinking about discontinuing the Phantom …

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Researchers see the rarest event in the universe, beneath an Italian mountain

A dark-matter detector picks up radioactive decay that takes place over trillions of years. Andrew Masterson reports.

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Insert head here

Computer-aided design introduced to assist novice plastic surgeons.

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Buckyballs found in space

Enormous ‘celebrity’ molecule confirmed in interstellar medium. Andrew Masterson reports.

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Rewilding: Hungry like a wolf while young harts run free

Detailed overview identifies the benefits and challenges of letting nature take its course. Lauren Fuge reports.

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Australian Nobel laureate’s wartime inventions honoured by US Army physicist

Adelaide’s William Lawrence Bragg recognised as acoustic pioneer. Phil Dooley reports.

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US study finds almost all children’s caregivers misunderstand vaccines

Paediatric conference hears of significant vax hesitancy among people with duty of care to kids. Nick Carne reports.

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How Augmented Reality Will Create a World of On-Demand Experts

During a recent Lyft ride, I discovered that my driver had never been to San Francisco and had just arrived that morning—I happened to be his first-ever passenger in the city. A San Diego college student visiting a friend, he’d decided to bring his car along so he could get paid driving for Lyft while discovering San Francisco and meeting some locals. Here was a professional driver being paid to

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Tænkeboks: Hvad sker der nu – og hvorfor det?

Ugens opgave kommer fra SDU, Mads Clausen Instituttet i Sønderborg, og handler om en far, der sætter sine to drenge på en prøve.

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New physics required? Universe expanding faster than predicted

New measurements show a big difference between early and late universe behaviour. Andrew Masterson reports.

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Want to get more from books? Stop reading them cover to cover.

We've been taught to treat books like a linear experiece: start, then continue reading until the end. But problematic because it doesnt correspond to how we actually extract knowledge from books. Here are a few ways you can get more from reading books while investing less of your precious time. The Great Mental Models: General Thinking Concepts List Price: $24.95 New From: $21.83 in Stock

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The best ways to cut down your screen time across all your devices

DIY Learn to take a break. Too much screen time isn't good for you—but there are easy ways to manage your time wisely on phones and computers.

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Vancouver scientist hopes to build affordable homes using 3D printers

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Can Notre-Dame rise from the ashes with 3D printing?

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Oklahoma Rules Adopted for Self Driving Cars

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Tesla: Vores biler bliver snart selvkørende robottaxaer

Med en opgradering af bilens computer forudser Tesla selv, at alle virksomhedens biler snart kan køre selv.

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President Trump's Meeting With Jack Dorsey Tops This Week's Internet News Roundup

President Trump met with Twitter's CEO last week, but that's not all you missed if you were too busy watching 'Avengers: Endgame' to go online.

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Tesla's Robotaxis, Ugly Earnings, and More Car News This Week

The electric automaker reported a $700 million quarterly loss, and faces a strengthened rival after Ford pumped $500 million into startup Rivian.

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Meta-Post: Posts on the Mind-Body Problem

Cross-Check columns on consciousness, free will and other mind-related puzzles — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Meta-Post: Posts on the Mind-Body Problem

Cross-Check columns on consciousness, free will and other mind-related puzzles — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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RIP Pikachu: Ashes of Beloved Cat Will Launch to Space in Cosmic Burial

Pikachu will go where no (cremated) cat has gone before.

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Why Do All the Babies in This Massive Penguin Colony Keep Drowning?

The second-largest emperor penguin colony in the world appears to be collapsing, after rough seas drowned all of its babies three winters in a row.

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Microsoft Expands Phone Screen Mirroring Functionality To More Devices

Microsoft started testing phone screen mirroring between Windows 10 and Android devices earlier this year. This functionality enables users to basically run their Android apps on their PC …

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Scientists Discover Nearly 200,000 Kinds of Ocean Viruses

Far more viruses appear to populate the seas than was previously thought, a discovery that could help clarify viruses' role in the global carbon cycle.

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Why war’s emotional wounds run deeper for some kids and not others

Researchers examine why war’s emotional wounds run deep in some youngsters, not others.

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China targets nuclear fusion power generation by 2040

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Sundhedsplatformen kvæler sygehusene

Vores arbejdstempo er faldet markant, ikke mindst inden for det medicinske område, hvor vi bruger al for meget tid på meningsløse procedurer. Og med SP er der samtidig øget risiko for fejlmedicinering af patienterne. Hvem lytter? Hvem handler?

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Will Artificial Intelligence Enhance or Hack Humanity?

Historian Yuval Noah Harari and computer scientist Fei-Fei Li discuss the promise and perils of the transformative technology with WIRED editor in chief Nicholas Thompson.

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AI won’t destroy us, it’ll make us smarter

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From the Archives: ‘Moccasin Flowers,’ a Poem by Mary Oliver

Mary Oliver’s poetry, frequently featured in the magazine in the 1980s and ’90s, evokes other generations of Atlantic contributors whom she grew up reading and admiring. With her reverent communion with the natural world, she recalls the transcendentalist musings of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau; with her tender expressions of joy and melancholy, the impassioned verse of Walt Whitma

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The Complicated Friendship of Robert Mueller and William Barr

When Attorney General William Barr released Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s final report earlier this month, he was presenting the work of a widely respected former FBI director and federal prosecutor—who happens to be his longtime friend. As Barr himself revealed to lawmakers at his Senate confirmation hearing in January, the two men have had a relationship for years. Their families socialize t

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The Other Notre-Dame Was Not Rebuilt

When I watched the fire consume the beautiful spire that for so long graced the roof of Notre-Dame de Paris, I was moved by the destruction, but also reminded of another partly destroyed cathedral, in a very different place, that still lies in pieces, forgotten: Notre-Dame de l’Assomption. The vaulting, overweening Haitian cathedral in downtown Port-au-Prince was brought to its knees in the earth

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500-året for Leonardo da Vincis død markeres verden over

PLUS. Det italienske multigeni udmærkede sig som maler, skulptør, tegner, musiker, arkitekt, astronom, anatom, botaniker, geograf, geolog, ingeniør og meget mere.

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Childhood vaccination must not become a wedge issue

Rebuilding confidence in vaccines should include addressing the concerns of hesitant parents

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Why Tesla won't use LIDAR for full self driving cars

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This Is Why Intel Killed Its 5G Modem Project

A couple of weeks ago following the speculation that Apple’s 5G iPhones could be delayed to 2021 due to their apparent difficulty in sourcing components. Intel was said to be the company …

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Til kamp mod solo-spisning og madspild: Fremtidens måltid er socialt

Selvom flere af os bor alene, bliver vi bedre til at mødes om aftensmaden, forudser fremtidsforsker.

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Footprint found in Chile is 'oldest' in Americas: scientists

Scientists in Chile say they have found a footprint dating from at least 15,600 years ago, making it the earliest such sign of man's presence in the Americas.

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In Washington, Juul Vows to Curb Youth Vaping. Its Lobbying in States Runs Counter to That Pledge.

Juul has told the F.D.A. it will do all it can to stop youth vaping. But in state capitols and city halls around the country, the company is embracing measures that undermine that vow.

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Different for girls: understanding autism

Girls with autism are often misdiagnosed, but a new graphic novel aims to put them in the picture At secondary school, they become the “leftover girls”, drifting, alienated and often miserably lonely because the other teenage girls won’t accept them. It’s not that autistic girls don’t want friends – they are as desperate for friends as any teenager – but in a world which denies, rejects and ignor

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Spørg Fagfolket: Udleder man CO2, når man spiser sukker?

En læser vil gerne vide, om man udleder CO2, når man spiser sukker, og hvordan man i givet fald udregner det. Lars Klingenberg har taget lommeregneren frem.

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Footprint found in Chile is 'oldest' in Americas: scientists

Scientists in Chile say they have found a footprint dating from at least 15,600 years ago, making it the earliest such sign of man's presence in the Americas.

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Tuscan paradise where da Vinci's genius bloomed

Butterflies flutter around centuries-old olive groves in Vinci, the Tuscan village where Leonardo da Vinci was born and honed his inventor skills as a child by studying the local flora and fauna.

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Oil industry under pressure to respond to climate change

The oil industry, under mounting pressure from environmental activists to react more quickly to counter climate change, has begun to adapt its strategy but is struggling to convince critics it is doing enough.

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Five tricks of the senses

Why using a white spoon can be preferable to a black one when eating yoghurt and other quirks of human perception Researchers in Philadelphia revealed last week that tastebuds also bear odour-detecting proteins , calling into question the idea that smell and taste come together in the brain to produce flavour. According to Dr Mehmet Hakan Ozdener, his findings open up the possibility of using smel

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The week in radio and podcasts: The Beautiful Brain; Losing Earth

An investigation into the sports-related brain disease CTE and a history of climate change denial were essential listening The Beautiful Brain | Audible Book of the Week: Losing Earth | BBC Radio 4 The Beautiful Brain , a four-part podcast made for Audible by producer–presenter Hana Walker-Brown, is both a lovely and a painful listen. Lovely, because of the care and tenderness Walker-Brown puts in

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Dancake, flæskesvær og frysepizza: Derfor spiser vi den “forbudte” mad, selvom vi ved, vi ikke bør

Der er gode grunde til, at vi gang på gang bryder reglerne, forklarer eksperter.

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The Paracetamol Papers

I have secretly obtained a large cache of files from Johnson & Johnson, makers of TYLENOL®, the ubiquitous pain relief medication (generic name: acetaminophen in North America, paracetamol elsewhere). The damaging information contained in these documents has been suppressed by the pharmaceutical giant, for reasons that will become obvious in a moment. 1 After a massive upload of materials to Wiki

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There's No Escaping Brexit, Even at the Pub

O f all the traditional pub chains to be found in the United Kingdom, perhaps none is more famous than, or as ubiquitous as, J. D. Wetherspoon. Its nearly 900 pubs can be found across Britain and Ireland, in repurposed movie theaters , post offices , banks , and churches . Some of them even double as hotels. But what makes the chain so well known, paradoxically, is just how unremarkable it is. ’S

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Monsters in the mists of time

Memories of extinct megafauna persist in the stories and art of indigenous people, say researchers Patrick Nunn from Australia and Luiza Corral Martins de Oliveira Ponciano from Brazil.

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Julie træner sangstemmer over hele verden: Det danske sprog er en halssygdom

Hvis du som dansker vil lære at synge, har du fra starten et handicap: Dit sprog.

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Stressed at work and trouble sleeping? It's more serious than you think

Work stress and impaired sleep are linked to a threefold higher risk of cardiovascular death in employees with hypertension. That's the finding of research published today in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).

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Så togs världens första bild av ett svart hål

Den 10 april 2019 visade ett internationellt forskarlag upp världens första bild på ett svart hål. I en dokumentär i Vetenskapens värld berättar forskarna bakom Event Horizon-teleskopet hur det gick till.

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VR brain Gaming technology

Do any of you guys ever think it would be possible to link your brain to a VR game, just by thinking of something, it will be created from within the VR game, Just like a lucid dream but in VR. ​ I know i would love this to happen, but imagine having a nightmare and the shit you see becoming a reality. submitted by /u/Tango1432 [link] [comments]

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Nature loss: Major report to highlight 'natural and human emergency'

Critical scientific assessment of humanity's impact on nature to be released after Paris negotiations.

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Children, their parents, and health professionals often underestimate children's higher weight status

More than half of parents underestimated their children's classification as overweight or obese — children themselves and health professionals also share this misperception, according to new research being presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity (ECO) in Glasgow, UK (April 28-May 1).

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Women who have undergone weight-loss surgery may be at greater

Women who have undergone weight-loss surgery appear to be at higher risk of developing complications during pregnancy, and their babies seem more likely to be born prematurely, small for gestational age, have congenital anomalies and be admitted to intensive care, according to the most comprehensive assessment of how bariatric surgery affects pregnancy outcomes.

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Being a car commuter with obesity linked to a 32% increased death risk

New research presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity in Glasgow, Scotland, shows that individuals with obesity who commute by car have a 32% higher risk of death, from any cause, compared with those individuals with a normal weight and commute via cycling and walking. The study is by Edward Toke-Bjolgerud, University of Glasgow, UK, and colleagues.

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Nationwide study suggests obesity as an independent risk factor for anxiety and depression in young people

Obesity is linked with an increased risk of developing anxiety and depression in children and adolescents, independent of traditional risk factors such as parental psychiatric illness and socioeconomic status, according to new research being presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity (ECO) in Glasgow, UK (April 28-May 1).

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Obesity and emotional problems appear to develop together from age 7

Obesity and emotional problems, such as feelings of low mood and anxiety, tend to develop hand-in-hand from as young as age seven years, according to new research being presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity (ECO) in Glasgow, UK (April 28-May 1, 2019).

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Fracking tsar resigns after six months over 'ridiculous' rules

Natascha Engel says the government's approach to fracking has created a de facto ban on it.

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Soylent creates a Food Tech Incubator

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