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This summer's severe temperatures could make the pandemic even more complicated
Is cooling off at a public swimming hole worth the risk of getting infected? (Tomek Baginski/Unsplash/) This story originally featured on Nexus Media News . While there is some preliminary evidence that sunlight, heat, and humidity could slow the spread of COVID-19, the summer months also promise a host of new risks , The Washington Post reports. Soaring temperatures will either compel people wan
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UK coronavirus live: Sturgeon says 'I don't know what "stay alert" means'; official UK death toll rises to 31,855
Sturgeon's comments come amid criticism of UK government's new slogan and ahead of Boris Johnson's statement at 7pm Nicola Sturgeon leads chorus of disapproval over new 'stay alert' advice Boris Johnson to announce five-tier coronavirus alert system Doctors warn of second coronavirus wave as people flout lockdown rules Global coronavirus updates – live See all our coronavirus coverage 5.48pm BST
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Det säger vetenskapen om munskydd
Flera forskare menar att munskydd kan stoppa smittspridningen och att svenska myndigheter borde uppmana allmänheten att bära dem. SVT Vetenskap har kollat vad forskningen säger om allmän användning av ansiktsmasker.
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Geely's approach to getting through coronavirus
Chinese carmaker's quick action and innovation helped ease blow of economic shutdown
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Starwatch: Follow the Plough to find bright stars and the Northern Crown
This week is a good time to see red giant Arcturus and bright white Vega, with the Corona Borealis The northern hemisphere's spring constellations are now well placed in the evening sky. The chart shows the view looking south from London throughout the evenings this week. The jewel is the orange star Arcturus in Böotes, the herdsman. It can be most easily located by identifying the Plough and fol
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Colombia's Avianca airline files for bankruptcy over pandemic
Second-largest carrier in Latin America says coronavirus biggest challenge in its 100-year history
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Three children in New York die of virus-related condition
'Tremendous concern' about mysterious inflammatory syndrome which has infected dozens
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Britain to Impose Coronavirus Quarantine on Air Arrivals
"Stay alert," Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned as the government eased restrictions on movement.
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Boris Johnson struggles for clear message on lockdown easing
PM risks confusion by urging some back to work while telling others to stay at home
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The All-Stars Reach Extraction! | Naked and Afraid XL (Season 4)
To finish the challenge, the survivalists must complete a brutal extraction across deadly killing fields of lions, crocodiles and leopards. Don't miss a new season of Naked and Afraid XL Sunday, May 24 8/7c! Stream Full Episodes of Naked and Afraid XL: https://go.discovery.com/tv-shows/naked-and-afraid-xl/ Subscribe to Discovery: http://bit.ly/SubscribeDiscovery Join us on Facebook: https://www.f
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Executive education must retool for the post-pandemic world
Coronavirus will have a deep impact but will it trigger a fundamental paradigm shift?
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Johnson unveils plan to get UK back to work
'Stay at home' message abandoned in England but most restrictions remain
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Paramedics, Strained in the Hot Zone, Pull Back From CPR
Their mission is to save lives at any cost. But in New Jersey, the coronavirus has sickened so many emergency workers that some units are holding off on risky procedures like CPR.
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UK splits over Johnson's new 'stay alert' message
Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to retain 'stay at home' advice
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Killing of rare river dolphins sparks poaching fears in Bangladesh lockdown
The gutted carcass of a freshwater dolphin has been found in a river sanctuary in Bangladesh, officials said Sunday, sparking fears fishermen are taking advantage of the virus lockdown to poach the endangered creatures.
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Killing of rare river dolphins sparks poaching fears in Bangladesh lockdown
The gutted carcass of a freshwater dolphin has been found in a river sanctuary in Bangladesh, officials said Sunday, sparking fears fishermen are taking advantage of the virus lockdown to poach the endangered creatures.
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US officials warn jobless rate could top 20%
Trump administration delivers dire warning as it argues for reopening of economy
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Live Coronavirus News Updates
"It is scary to go to work," a top Trump administration official said. Unemployment could climb above 20 percent. States continue grappling with reopenings.
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Gambling firms' social messages are 'thinly veiled' adverts, say MPs
UK companies accused of undermining promise to stop advertising during lockdown Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Gambling firms are undermining their pledge not to advertise during lockdown by showing "thinly veiled" commercials disguised as social responsibility messages, according to MPs who have urged the government to intervene. The Betting and Gaming Council (BGC
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Fears grow in Germany of second wave of coronavirus infections
While protesters call for further relaxing of social restrictions, scientists warn of new dynamic With the Covid-19 pandemic stretching into its third month in Europe, Germany is discovering that a competent handling of the crisis in the early stages can become a burden later on. As the kind of dramatic scenes of overstretched health services witnessed in Italy or Spain never fully materialised i
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Kentucky: Images of the Bluegrass State
The state of Kentucky is home to about 4.5 million people, with more than half of them living in the Bluegrass region in northern Kentucky, near its two largest cities, Louisville and Lexington. Terrain in the rest of the state ranges from the steep mountains and coal fields of eastern Kentucky to the broader valleys and hills in the west, along the Ohio and Mississippi rivers. Here are a few gli
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UK could switch to a different contact tracing app, says minister
Robert Jenrick says trial in Isle of Wight will inform decision making on technology
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New virus outbreaks hamper efforts to reopen global economy
Europe's cautious steps tempered by fresh infections in South Korea, Germany and China
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Boris Johnson announces five-tier coronavirus alert system
System will mirror independent terror alerts, categorising threat level on scale of one to five Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Boris Johnson has announced a five-tier alert system to rank the threat from coronavirus – although experts said it was not immediately clear how independent or effective the scheme would be. The current threat level of the pandemic will be
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How to Grow Vegetables on Mars
If we're ever going to colonize the Red Planet, we'll need to produce food on site. Also, beer — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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How to Grow Vegetables on Mars
If we're ever going to colonize the Red Planet, we'll need to produce food on site. Also, beer — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Musen drypper tis hele tiden… Og 41 andre overraskende facts om danske dyr
Gå på opdagelse i helt tilfældige facts om danske dyr.
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'Some days it's over by 11am': schooling under lockdown around the world
Adapting, picking battles and bribery aid home schooling from Bulgaria to Bondi Beach during the coronavirus pandemic Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The words of Paula Leibowitz, an Australian education worker and mother of three, will be hauntingly familiar to parents trying to weather the pandemic, keep on top of their jobs and, most challenging of all, ensure the
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The SNL Season Finale Doesn't Sugarcoat Pandemic Anxiety
Saturday Night Live 's third at-home edition had to serve as the finale to a strange season disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. Like the other remotely filmed episodes, this installment featured A-list guest appearances—including Alec Baldwin back as President Donald Trump—along with a touching musical performance (this time, Boyz II Men and Babyface) and several sketches using Zoom as the fra
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UK sends 50,000 coronavirus samples to US for testing after technical problems
Testing falls below daily target of 100,000 for seventh consecutive day Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The UK sent about 50,000 coronavirus samples to the US after "operational issues" meant they could not be processed in British laboratories. The news comes after testing once again fell below the target of 100,000 a day : in the 24 hours to 9am on Saturday morning
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Coronavirus World: News Tracker
Coronavirus cases soar past 4 million as China finds a new cluster near Russia. Australians who lost their homes to last year's fire are struggling.
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'People feel a bit nervous': France braces for end of lockdown
As schools and businesses get set to reopen some citizens urge caution, wary of a spike in infections Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage France is set to end eight weeks of strict lockdown as the government urged people to behave responsibly to avoid a sudden spike in coronavirus cases. Hours before the national déconfinement there were reports of two new Covid-19 clust
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Emergency loans for small companies likely to bring rash of defaults, say bankers
Government-guaranteed support scheme has proved hugely popular since launch last week
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In 2050, which is only 30 years away I believe keyboards will be a thing of the past.
I believe we will communicate things with our mind. Through some sort of neuralink and AI. The technology will know what we want to say just by thinking it. I don't know if any of this will happen, but it's fun to think about. I just think there's no way keyboards don't evolve eventually – and by 2050, AI will be really advanced. submitted by /u/wild_document [link] [comments]
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Tiny, Shapeshifting Robots Could Aid Nanoscale Manufacturing
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In Europe, cars automatically call for help if they crash
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Meet the new wave of essential workers: ROBOTS
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The First All-Electric Air Taxi Service Is Launching in LA Next Year
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Electromagnetic propulsion has arrived….
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This "mutant enzyme" can break down plastic bottles in hours
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The X-37B Space Plane's Microwave Beam Experiment Is A Way Bigger Deal Than It Seems
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VoltAero reveals production-version Cassio HEV aircraft
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Do you think anybody living today will be able to cheat death?
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Astronaut urine for building a Moon base
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"Much Less Real Estate": Morgan Stanley CEO On Firm's Future
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Why Electric Vehicles Are Going To Take Over The World
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UK Government to urge us all to walk and cycle more
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Tesla robo-taxi release date: Elon Musk outlines 3-step plan
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Science Fairs Are Canceled. Maybe That's Just as Well
It's time to reconsider these earnest events—and find ways for kids to experience the joyous, collaborative nature of real scientific discovery.
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The Eerie Stillness of Empty Schoolyards
Under the pandemic, the message is clear: school's out for the summer, and maybe even beyond that.
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The heat we fear may already be here
Study tracks pattern of wet-bulb extremes.
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Good odds for baby number two using IVF
Analysis provides insights for second-time hopeful parents.
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An X more like two boomerangs
MeerKAT explains a distant galaxy.
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Tree diversity not just in rainforests
Other unique lineages need protecting.
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Science history: Ronald Ross explains malaria
He was the first to prove the link to mosquitoes.
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Lucky imaging creates quite an image
Here's Jupiter in all its infrared glory.
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Volvo Will Add Lidar for 'Eyes-Off-the-Road' Self-Driving Cars on Highways
It's 2020. Why can't we binge Netflix as our cars drive us down the highway? Well, we've made progress, but not at the pace once promised. While some cars offer automated driving modes, you're not to take your eyes off the road or hands from the wheel. Volvo wants to remedy that. The company isn't promising 100% self-driving cars in the near future. Instead, they'll make mainstream cars that reli
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UK retailers warn of 'imminent collapse' without more state help
Companies have formed unusual alliance with landlords to lobby for assistance with rental payments
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$70k for Zoom classes? Virus crisis leaves US students miffed
The cost of a university education in the United States has long been eye-watering, with a year costing tens of thousands of dollars.
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Don't Close Parks. Open Up Streets.
New York's cemeteries have overflowed before. In the 1850s, the people filling the cemetery were not all dead. Throughout the hot days of summer, New Yorkers flocked to Brooklyn's sprawling Green-Wood Cemetery in order to breathe and move. The city's population had increased fivefold in five decades, and people needed a place to escape from their tiny homes. Despite warnings to disperse, people c
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With fewer humans to fear, flamingos flock to Albania lagoon
Home confinement rules have upset some people in Albania, but humans getting their wings clipped during the coronavirus pandemic has allowed flamingos and other birds to flourish in a coastal lagoon by the Adriatic Sea.
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With fewer humans to fear, flamingos flock to Albania lagoon
Home confinement rules have upset some people in Albania, but humans getting their wings clipped during the coronavirus pandemic has allowed flamingos and other birds to flourish in a coastal lagoon by the Adriatic Sea.
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Russian rocket breaks up in Earth orbit: space agency
Russia's space agency on Sunday confirmed one of its rockets used in past launches and floating in space has broken down, leaving debris in orbit.
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Virus delay, early ice melt challenge Arctic science mission
They prepared for icy cold and trained to be on the watch for polar bears, but a pandemic just wasn't part of the program.
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UK coronavirus app could be 'ditched for different model' after trials
UK will either 'adapt' contact-tracing app or change to decentralised model favoured by other countries Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The UK could either "adapt" its coronavirus contact-tracing app or ditch it and "move to a different model", after piloting it in the Isle of Wight and learning lessons from other countries. About 40,000 people in the Isle of Wight h
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Global report: Covid-19 cases rise in Germany as Wuhan reports first infection in weeks
Global infections surpass 4m; cluster detected in Dordogne, new cases highlight risks as lockdowns eased Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage New coronavirus infections rose again in Germany at the end of last week, a few days after leaders loosened social restrictions, while the Chinese city of Wuhan announced it had detected its first case in weeks, helping to push the
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The Beauty of Age
T he King's Daughters Home in Mexico, Missouri, which opened in 1905, still occupies its original building. The nursing home started with 10 beds for women who had never married—nuns and teachers, mostly, who eventually left their assets to the home, adding to its endowment over the years. Today there are 45 beds, still all for women. "Gracious Living for Gracious Ladies," the website proudly pro
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Elon Musk and Grimes' Baby Tops This Week's Internet News Roundup
The pair named their newborn child X Æ A-12. People are still scratching their heads over how it's pronounced.
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Fantastical Plans Are on Hold, and More Car News This Week
The Covid-19 pandemic will delay the arrival of flying cars, and Google sibling Sidewalk Labs abandons plans to remake part of Toronto's waterfront.
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An Unlikely Partner to Counter Cyberattacks
To combat increasing ransomware attacks on U.S. cities, the National Guard needs help from Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
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Here is how banks can help save the economy
Some simple steps to prevent the health emergency from causing a financial crisis
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Why Puerto Rico's Tectonic Setting Makes Earthquakes Inevitable
Puerto Rico's seismic sequence is entering its fifth month and is still generating large earthquakes. Here's the tectonic story — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Coronavirus News: Live Updates
State leaders discuss how to calibrate reopenings when case counts are still high. Clashes intensify over voting by mail.
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Airlines seek 'urgent' support after quarantine plan deepens crisis
Aerospace sector also warns government aviation is facing an 'existential crisis'
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Canada: DNA discovery lends weight to First Nations ancestral story
The last of Newfoundland's Beothuk was thought to have died in 1829 but new research indicates the bloodline did not die out – as Mi'kmaq tradition has always maintained When a woman named Shanawdithit succumbed to tuberculosis in Newfoundland nearly 200 years ago, it was widely believed that her death marked a tragic end to her people's existence. For centuries, the Beothuk had thrived along the
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Brazil's Pandemic Is Just Beginning
The United States is clearly ground zero for the coronavirus outbreak at the moment, but the next one may already be emerging 4,500 miles south. "Brazil is probably the next epicenter of the pandemic in the world," Luciano Cesar Azevedo, a physician who has been spending his days and nights treating COVID-19 patients in intensive-care units in São Paulo, the country's largest city, told me this w
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Victorian Mothers Hid Themselves in Their Babies' Photos
It's taken for granted nowadays that mothers can photograph their little darlings anytime they like. Capturing every sweet, mischievous expression that crosses a child's face is made easy by the smartphone camera always within reach. This is, of course, a recent development in motherhood. Consider instead the hidden mothers of 19th-century photographic-portrait studios, when long exposure times m
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The Classic TV Shows and Movies We Keep Rewatching
WIRED staffers share what films and TV series they come back to when they need to feel a little better.
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Kemiske reaktioner får partikler til at bevæge sig som mini-raketter
PLUS. Partikler får et skub fremad ved en kemisk reaktion med hydrogenperoxid.
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Take the Shutdown Skeptics Seriously
Should states ease pandemic restrictions or extend lockdowns and shelter-in-place orders into the summer? That question confronts leaders across the United States. President Trump says that "we have to get our country open." And many governors are moving quickly in that direction. Critics are dismayed. Citing forecasts that COVID-19 deaths could rise to 3,000 per day in June, they say that reopen
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Coronavirus UK: latest deaths, confirmed cases – and which regions are hardest hit?
Latest figures from public health authorities on the spread of Covid-19 in the United Kingdom. Find out how many confirmed cases have been reported in each of England's local authorities Coronavirus – live news updates Find all our coronavirus coverage here How to protect yourself from infection Please note: these are government figures on numbers of confirmed cases – some people who report sympt
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The Coronavirus Generation Will Use Language Differently
For language buffs , COVID-19 is a potential sci-fi plot. Think: Millions of families go inside for months—what will they all sound like when they come out? After all, Latin became French when Latin speakers in France spoke more with one another than with speakers elsewhere for long enough that the step-by-step morphings in France had created a different tongue from those in Spain or Italy. If pe
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Hip-Hop and R&B Were Once Disparate. Andre Harrell Changed That.
"I allowed whatever celebrity occurred in my career to happen through the artists," the late music executive Andre Harrell told Vibe magazine in 1995. As he transitioned from his own Uptown Records to head Berry Gordy's legendary Motown, Harrell reflected on his work with no shortage of confidence: "I was so consistent with the kinds of artists who were on my label, after a while, it was, like, W
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Sexual healing: using lockdown to ignite desire
This could be the perfect time for couples to boost their sex life For many of us right now, sex couldn't be further from our minds. Our usual routines have been turned upside down and the way we are living can be challenging for even the most harmonious of relationships. But what if we viewed this time as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reset and refresh our sex lives? The fact that sex isn'
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How to Set Your Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to Control Who Sees What
Pick who sees your tweets, posts, and stories—and choose what you want to see, too.
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How Much Is a Human Life Actually Worth?
As the US economy reopens amid a deadly pandemic, a dire question looms. Let's weigh the risks—and do the math.
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Quarantine Is a Weirdly Good Time for Animation
Shows like Tooning Out the News can be more easily made from home than live-action TV—and going virtual is giving animators lots of opportunities to shine.
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How to pick a real winner in the Covid-19 vaccine race
Diversifying the portfolio of candidates is one of the most important steps
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Multinationals fear rise in protectionism because of pandemic
Survey reveals companies' deep concerns that US and other advanced economies will impose more barriers to trade
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Punching Steph Curry
I magine, if you will , that the NBA operated under a slightly different set of rules, allowing each team to throw a limited number of punches per game at the opposing team. Teams would scramble to find the most effective ways to punch out opposing superstars, or to protect their own. They might bring on "designated punchers," better at throwing right hooks than hook shots. Statistics nerds would
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Voldtægt, kidnapning og fald fra fjerde sal: Sådan klarer anden sit hårde liv
Faren lurer på land, i vand og i luften for ællingerne.
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"The first day was really hard": Life as a contact tracer
As American states weigh the possibility of reopening services in the face of the covid-19 pandemic, the demand for contact tracing—helping track down and isolate potential carriers of the virus—will get even larger. We spoke to people working as contact tracers across America to understand what it's like, what they're seeing, and what might be coming next. Jana De Brauwere, 44, San Francisco Whe
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Guilt, flashbacks, anxiety: intensive care work is brutal, but you can help | Dr Hugh Montgomery
As an appeal is launched to boost support, counselling and education for ICU workers, one doctor describes how they strive to save lives Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage For many, working in an intensive care unit (ICU) was brutal enough before Covid-19. The job requires enormous concentration and attention to detail. We deal with the most complex diseases and sickest
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Surviving This Pandemic Isn't Enough
Gregory halpern/Magnum My partner's been making a verbal note every time he comes across a sign of hope. He calls these signs "seedlings." A friend's listless nonprofit finds a new purpose delivering boxed meals to isolated elders in an immigrant community. Seedling. A man runs bare-chested along a road beside the ocean, waving aloft a blue flag with a picture of the Earth. Seedling. We meet a gr
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Hollywood Fails to Sell Its Own Fairy Tale
The following contains spoilers through all seven episodes of Netflix's Hollywood . In Netflix's Hollywood , Ryan Murphy envisions a major studio production that never existed in the 1940s: A black gay writer and a half-Asian director make a film starring a black actress—a film that becomes a box-office hit and the Best Picture winner at the Oscars. What if, the series asks, Hollywood had been a
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Spørg Fagfolket: Hvad ser man på lærredet, når to projektorers lys krydser hinanden?
En læser vil gerne vide, om der sker noget med billedet, hvis man bruger to projektorer og lader lyset krydse hinanden. Det svarer fysiker fra DTU Fotonik på.
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This is the paradigm shift that could stop racism
You can't jump over the difficult personal work required to examine your role in racism's presence in our society, says writer and consultant Robin DiAngelo. Relying on easy answers from people around you won't solve the problem. DiAngelo compares this to your doctor delivering a diagnosis without an explanation. Wouldn't you take it upon yourself to learn about the ailment? Racism should be trea
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Boris Johnson to outline plan for slow easing of lockdown
'Stay alert' message disowned by Sturgeon, who says Scotland will stick with #StayHomeSaveLives
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UK's new 'stay alert' advice still means stay at home, says No 10
Ahead of Boris Johnson address, Labour says latest messaging risks making people think lockdown is over Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage No 10 has clarified its new "stay alert" advice will still ask people to stay at home as much as possible and keep 2 metres apart in public, after Nicola Sturgeon led criticism of the slogan for being unclear about whether the lockdo
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Virus boost for Amazon is not without risks
The ecommerce giant's increasing power will attract greater scrutiny
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Will Covid-19 mutate into a more dangerous virus?
What do we know about the way coronavirus is evolving? Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage As the coronavirus spreads around the world, there are concerns that it will mutate into a form that is more transmissible, more dangerous or both, potentially making the global health crisis even worse. What do we know about the way the virus is evolving? Continue reading…
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Food bank app makes up for a collapse in donations
Bankuet sees massive growth as the lockdown clears long-life items from supermarket shelves Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage For the UK's foodbanks, the pandemic has presented a severe problem: as demand has surged, supplies have stalled. Lockdown has curtailed in-person donations and emptied supermarket shelves of tinned and longlife goods. Some foodbanks have had to
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Banedanmark: «Nu er signalprogrammet i god gænge«
PLUS. Interview: Thistedbanen blev færdig til tiden, udrustningen af IC3-togene er på skinner, og S-banen er godt på vej. Det lysner for ERTMS- udrulningen, mener anlægsdirektør.
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How Europe splintered over contact tracing apps
Apple and Google's tech standard is gaining momentum against go-it-alone systems
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Seoul restarts social distancing after virus cluster in party district
Fears of new coronavirus wave in South Korea after country won praise for initial handling of outbreak
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100 days later: How did Britain fail so badly in dealing with Covid-19?
Since the UK confirmed its first case, its response has proved one of the least effective Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage It is 100 days since the first coronavirus case was confirmed in the UK on 31 January. The official death toll so far from the epidemic has topped 33,000 and is still rising fast. The actual total could be far higher, many analysts say – leaving B
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The new rules to living in lockdown
Follow the science, they say… So here are 12 new 'observations' about life in a post-pandemic world Apologies in advance: this column will be distressing to scientists (including those in my own family, but thankfully none of them read what I write). The rules of the physical world seem to be abandoning us. The virus acts like no other pathogen . Two metres is entirely subjective now, expanding a
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Rosena Allin-Khan: 'If Matt Hancock found my tone difficult, that's on him'
The Labour MP and A&E doctor on her run-in with the health secretary and her shifts on the hospital frontline Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage When Rosena Allin-Khan stood up in the House of Commons last Tuesday to address the health secretary, Matt Hancock, she anticipated being stonewalled. She didn't expect to become the story. In her other life, the MP for Tooting
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Drug manufacturing must be brought to UK, NHS bosses and charities tell MPs
Coronavirus crisis reveals weakness in supply chain as medicines in export ban rise from 29 to 196 this year Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage NHS leaders and medical charities are calling for ministers to bring more drug manufacturing to the UK to reduce the risk of future shortages after the problems seen during the coronavirus crisis. In addition to the well documen
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Can antibody testing deliver on promises to lift the lockdown?
As hundreds of test kits claim to offer accurate results on previous Covid-19 infection, scientists around the world are working hard to assess their accuracy Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage At the Erasmus University Medical Centre in Rotterdam, Marion Koopmans and a team of scientists are going throught the laborious process of verifying antibody tests for Covid-19.
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How to carry your business through the pandemic
CEOs and corporate leaders on the lessons they have already learnt — and what happens next
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Coronavirus World Tracker
The cluster highlights the challenges of controlling the pandemic. Berlin's cathedral held its first Sunday services since Germany's lockdown was lifted.
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Parisian bookseller on edge as reopening looms
After weeks of lockdown, starting again will bring its own challenges for small retailers
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Sweden unlikely to feel economic benefit of no-lockdown approach
Analysts forecast that growth will contract at a similar rate to rest of Europe
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Airlines/social distancing: flights of fancy
In order to square restrictions with profitability, airlines would need to jack up ticket prices threefold
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Coronavirus deepens north-south divides in Italy and Spain
Uneven recoveries from pandemic expected to exacerbate decades-old inequalities
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Experts warn coronavirus will divert resources from killer diseases
Fears for prevention and treatment of other illnesses such as malaria and dengue fever
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Ekonomipristagaren: "Stora omvälvande händelser har liten effekt på människors beteende"
SVT Vetenskap har pratat med Paul Krugman, Angus Deaton och Bengt Holmström, tre nobelpristagare i ekonomi, om hur de tror att coronakrisen kommer påverka ekonomin. Spela videon för att höra deras analyser.
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Forskare: Då är kvinnor starkare än män
Kvinnor klarar att spänna armmusklerna under längre tid än män och de är inte mindre vinnarskallar. Det är två slutsatser idrottsforskaren Sandra Hunter dragit efter många års studier av män och kvinnors olika reaktion på träning.
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Risk of arbovirus emergence via bridge vectors: case study of the sylvatic mosquito Aedes malayensis in the Nakai district, Laos
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India faces surge in cases as economy forces ease of lockdown
Fear of virus is overshadowing government appeals to businesses to resume operations
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