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Chinese Rover Exploring What Appears to Be Cube-Shaped Object on Moon
There's a Moon cube now! At least, it looks that way based on some intriguing photos from the Chinese lunar rover Yutu-2, released by the country's space agency this week. The photos show a distant object that looks like a perfect cube, and China say the rover is headed to check it out. It's worth worth noting a few caveats about the photo, spotted yesterday by space journalist Andrew Jones, who
Florida Is Trying to Get Its Own Military, God Help Us All
Florida's very cool and normal governor is proposing a "civilian military force" that would be under his control — rather than the Pentagon's. CNN reports that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis's Florida State Guard would "not encumbered by the federal government." This wasn't just an off-handed suggestion, either. DeSantis said that he's going to ask the state legislature for $3.5 million to equip a
Scientists Discover Enormous Black Hole Right Near Our Galaxy
Astronomers from the University of Texas have spotted a gigantic black hole at the heart of our galaxy's many dwarf satellite galaxies — meaning that, in intergalactic terms, it's just a stone's throw away from our own Solar System. The newly discovered black hole, dubbed Leo I, is roughly the same size as the suspected black hole at the center of the Milky Way. It also appears to be a bit of an
Studying our solar system's protective bubble
A multi-institutional team of astrophysicists headquartered at Boston University, led by BU astrophysicist Merav Opher, has made a breakthrough discovery in our understanding of the cosmic forces that shape the protective bubble surrounding our solar system—a bubble that shelters life on Earth and is known by space researchers as the heliosphere.
How to Care Less About Work
A t the bleakest moment in the pandemic, when you felt your most stressed, most scared, least centered, you probably heard some variation of the phrase This is really hard . Maybe you read it; maybe your manager said it to you; maybe you said it to yourself. But that's the truth: Our nearly two years of living through a pandemic have been hard . And like everything else in the United States, that
Potential new gene editing tools uncovered
Few developments have rocked the biotechnology world or generated as much buzz as the discovery of CRISPR-Cas systems, a breakthrough in gene editing recognized in 2020 with a Nobel Prize. But these systems that naturally occur in bacteria are limited because they can make only small tweaks to genes. In recent years, scientists discovered a different system in bacteria that might lead to even more
Fredspristagaren om Facebook: "Premierar lögner över fakta"
Maria Ressa är fredspristagaren från Filippinerna som menar att Facebook hotar både yttrandefriheten och demokratin i världen. Facebooks användare är som Pavlovs hundar i ett jättelikt experiment, menar hon. Ressas exempel är hemlandet Filippinerna där nästan hela befolkningen är på Facebook och genomslaget för världens största nyhetsplattform är enormt. Men företagets algoritmer gynnar spridninge
People Disturbed by Robot With Ultra-Realistic Human Face Expressions
Yikes It's always a bit chilling when you come across a robot that's able to express itself so much like a human being that it almost tricks the brain into thinking it's possessed by a human spirit. That's more or less what a UK-based robotics company called Engineered Arts managed to pull off with its humanoid robot Ameca. A recently released video shows the grey-faced robot suddenly come alive
UK's progress on Covid now squandered, warns top scientist
Sir Jeremy Farrar, director of Wellcome Trust, suggests emergence of Omicron variant means pandemic is far from over Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The emergence of the Omicron variant shows that the world is "closer to the start of the pandemic than the end", one of Britain's most senior scientific figures has warned, as he lamented a lack of political leadership o
Two hippos test positive for Covid at Antwerp zoo
Staff at zoo in Belgium investigating cause of infections, which could be first reported cases in species Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Two hippos at Antwerp zoo in Belgium have tested positive for Covid-19 in what could be the first reported cases in the species, staff said. Imani, aged 14, and Hermien, 41, have no symptoms apart from runny noses, but the zoo said
I was told the 12 steps would cure my addiction. Why did I end up feeling more broken?
In this quasi-religious programme, 'working the steps' is the remedy for any problem, but for me the cracks soon started to show Eight of us sat together in a circle in a wooden shed, an outbuilding at a large country house, somewhere in the south of England. The door was ajar, and spring light flooded the room. "Can anyone name any treatment methods for addiction, other than the 12 steps ?" aske
Hot news from two billion years ago: plankton actually moved mountains
Our planet's geology shaped life on Earth. But now scientists reveal it worked the other way around too The mighty forces that created our planet's mountains in ancient days got some unexpected help, scientists have discovered. Their research shows some of Earth's greatest ranges got a boost from primitive lifeforms whose remains lubricated movements of rock slabs and allowed them to pile up to f
'Wall of secrecy' in Pfizer contracts as company accused of profiteering
US company faces scrutiny over Covid profits after UK agrees to secrecy clause Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Ministers have agreed a secrecy clause in any dispute with the drugs manufacturer Pfizer over Britain's Covid vaccine supply. Large portions of the government's contracts with the company over the supply of 189m vaccine doses have been redacted and any arbit
Tucker Carlson Is Completing the Work That Trump Began
Earlier this week, Fox News Channel's Tucker Carlson, the host of the top-rated news show on cable, rose in defense of the right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones . "Jones is often mocked for his flamboyance," Carlson said, "but the truth is he has been a far better guide to reality in recent years—in other words, a far better journalist—than, say, NBC News national-security correspondent Ken D
SpaceX Starts Constructing Starship's Orbital Launch Pad at Cape Canaveral
Cape Pad SpaceX CEO Elon Musk revealed on Twitter today that SpaceX has begun the "construction of Starship orbital launch pad at the Cape." Satellite images dating back to November 29 shows a flurry of activity at the launch pad. It's an exciting prospect to think of the next-gen spacecraft one day lifting off from historic launch pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center — the very same pad that serv
Elon Musk Says Cybertruck Will Be Able to "Drive Diagonally Like a Crab"
Crab Mode Tesla CEO Elon Musk is finally ready to talk Cybertruck, his most beloved pet project. "Cybertruck is intentionally an insane technology bandwagon," he wrote in a tweet earlier this week. And today, Musk spilled the beans on yet more details. "Will have both front and rear wheel steer, so not just like a tank," he wrote . "It can drive diagonally like a crab." Motor Mouth Interestingly
Omicron: what do we know about the new Covid variant?
Scientists are racing to establish the variant's transmissibility, effect on immune system and chance of hospitalisation or death Three major issues will determine the magnitude of the impact of the new Omicron variant of the Covid virus will have on the nation and the rest of the planet. What is the transmissibility of this new Covid variant? How good is it at evading the antibodies and T-cells
Elon Musk Posts Meme Mocking Crypto Fans, Then Crypto Crashes
Is Elon Musk crashing the crypto market over a sibling rivalry? The top three cryptocurrencies were each down Saturday morning — with the still-dominant Bitcoin down a jarring 12 percent — after the Tesla CEO tweeted a meme mocking crypto fans. The wildest part? It may have been inspired by sibling rivalry. Friday evening, around 8:30 pm ET, the billionaire CEO took to Twitter to make fun of "dec
Company Under Fire for Using White Actors to Play Black Characters in VR Training
Tough to Stomach Talk about a bad look. A company that provides human resources training to businesses has reportedly been using white actors to play Black characters in its VR training. The kicker? They were racial sensitivity trainings, too. Mursion, a tech company that facilitates corporate education, utilizes VR avatars played by live actors to provide real-time simulations and examples of ra
Enes Kanter Freedom Is Letting Himself Be Used
T he NBA player Enes Freedom is showing the danger of attracting the wrong kind of supporters. Formerly Enes Kanter, the 29-year-old Boston Celtics center took a new surname when he became an American citizen on Monday. For months, he has been a vocal critic of the Chinese government for its many human-rights violations—specifically its repression of Tibetans, democracy advocates in Hong Kong, an
Harvard Professor Roasts Elon Musk For Dumb Space Mistake
Dude, Where's My Car? Elon Musk got schooled in space science this week after a Harvard astronomer corrected Musk's tweet about the Tesla Roadster he launched into orbit in early 2018 . "My car is currently orbiting Mars," Musk tweeted yesterday, as part of a larger exchange. But Harvard's Jonathan McDowell, who works at the university's Center for Astrophysics, wasn't going to let the comment sl
Courtney Love Is Threatening Elon Musk With Mysterious "Emails" for Some Reason
In a celebrity feud that sounds like it hatched from a game of Mad Libs, famed grunge vocalist Courtney Love tweeted out some sort of vague threat this week that features Elon Musk's private emails, Bernie Sanders, and a character from the show "Succession." You may remember that back in November, Elon Musk took a below-the-belt shot at Senator Bernie Sanders . "I keep forgetting that you're stil
Omicron proves we're not in control of Covid – only global action can stop this pandemic
If we keep allowing this virus to spread through unvaccinated populations, the next variant could be even more deadly Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage It's almost two years since we first heard of Covid-19, and a year since the first Covid vaccines were rolled out. Yet this staggering progress is being squandered. We have drifted for months now, with richer countries,
Joe Biden's Year Was Ruined. Whose Fault Is That?
Sign up for Derek's newsletter here . Imagine it's November 2020, and I offer you the following vision of Joe Biden's first year in office: Stocks will soar. Consumer-spending growth will set land-speed records, and the president will oversee the best labor market of this young century. Coming off a flash-freeze recession, the U.S. unemployment rate will dip under 5 percent, lower than it was in
Bob Dole Saw Every Stage of the GOP
When Bob Dole returned to the Senate in 1988 after the second of his three presidential defeats, he told the assembled crowd of staffers and supporters, "I am bloodied, but unbowed, as the poet said." The famous quote from Invictus defined few American politicians of the 20th century as much as Dole, who died this morning at the age of 98. The son of Russell, Kansas, Dole was bloodied first on th
NASA Paying Blue Origin $130 Million for New Space Station, Even After Its Ugly Lawsuit
Big Fat Contracts NASA has awarded a company that sued it a multi-million dollar contract to design a new space station. Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin was one of three aeronautics companies chosen to design new "commercial destinations" in space, according to a NASA press release . The total amount awarded for the contracts is $415.6 million. The pile of money will be split fairly evenly amongst the th
Does the Omicron variant mean Covid is going to become more transmissible?
As new strain dampens idea pandemic might be diminishing, what does the future hold for coronavirus? Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage When scientists predicted , months ago, that Covid-19 could be entering an endemic phase, many felt ready for the crisis period of the pandemic to be over. The tantalising suggestion that coronavirus might, at some foreseeable point, be
Watch This Maniac Drive His Tesla Through the Ocean
Amphibious Vehicle One brave Tesla owner took what appears to be a red Model 3 off-road this week, posting a video of the car driving around a beach. At first the water is shallow, but the driver slogs through hood-deep water pretty easily halfway through the short 30-second clip. It's unclear whether the driver is the owner of t he YouTube channel that posted the clip. The Tesla is also surround
Dealing with uncertainty about the Omicron variant | David Spiegelhalter and Anthony Masters
Caution is sensible when so much is unknown The race is on to understand the new variant identified by scientists in South Africa and Botswana, dubbed Omicron (the next Greek letter was "nu", but this could have been mistaken for "new"). Fears include greater spread, worse disease or reduced effectiveness of treatments and vaccines. Increased transmission can arise from two factors. First, there i
Hackers Are Spamming Companies' Receipt Printers with Anti-Work Manifestos
Hacked, Comrade! If Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels were alive today, they might have hacked into businesses' receipt printers to churn out the Communist Manifesto . Which is apparently actually happening, at several employers where workers have reported anti-work manifestos randomly printing out on receipts. A report from Vice revealed that someone has hacked at least dozens of businesses' receip
Tesla Finally Releases Cybertruck ATV… But For Some Reason It's Child-Sized
Tesla is, for some reason, selling a Cybertruck ATV for children before the release of one for adults — and it's already sold out, of course. This kid-sized ATV, named the Cyberquad , is as futuristic-looking as its still-in-production parent, and when it's back in stock will retail at about $1,900. Besides the comparatively-low price point, the Cyberquad diverges from other Tesla products in ano
Antivaxxer Caught Using Fake Arm to Pretend to Get Vaccine
A man in Italy used a fake arm Thursday morning to try and avoid getting a real COVID-19 vaccine, according to the New York Times . The nurse administering the vaccine noticed the man's arm seemed pinker than the rest of his body, and said she realized it was rubber foam after touching his "skin." "It was so humiliating," the nurse told the NYT , "thinking that a nurse cannot tell the difference
Sweet dreams are made of this: why dream analysis is flourishing
Are dreams a message from the soul or meaningless 'brain farts'? Groups dedicated to interpretation are thriving Jason DeBord regrets the demise of an old parlour game once much-loved in the 19th century: What Did I Eat Last Night? It involved a player recounting their dreams – recorded in a journal upon waking – as an audience was challenged to guess what dream-provoking food they had consumed f
Australia and Omicron: how and when will the Covid pandemic actually end?
We were looking forward to a summer of relative normality, then along came a new coronavirus variant Follow our Australia news live blog for the latest updates Vaccine rollout tracker ; Cases and data tracker Get our free news app ; get our morning email briefing It was meant to be Australia's summer of hope. With vaccination rates against Covid-19 high, international travel restarting, and most
No 10 put all their eggs in vaccine basket in effort to save Christmas
Analysis: changes to cabinet and public mood from last year make further restrictions less likely The date ringed in red in Westminster is 18 December – not the date for Christmas parties but the time by which people should start to know how different their festive plans may look. For this government it is quite an inauspicious date, just a day before soaring cases forced Boris Johnson to finally
Red Rocket Is a Terrifyingly Honest Look at a Shameless Man
Mikey Saber, the preening, confident chump who's the ostensible hero of Sean Baker's new film, Red Rocket , enters on-screen to a loud and familiar tune: "Bye Bye Bye," by *NSync. The song is a piece of mainstream pop from yesteryear (it's a shiver-inducing 21 years old), and its usage in this arty indie film seems laced with irony. Baker knows, though, that for all its non-subtlety, "Bye Bye Bye
The Atlantic Daily: Five Shows to Spice Up Your Weekend
Now that it's December, you may be tempted to settle in and get cozy. That doesn't mean your entertainment has to be bland. To help spice up this first weekend of the last month of the year, I asked our culture writer Shirley Li to pick a few spunky or nerve-wracking shows to stave off the winter slump. Happy watching. 1. Yellowjackets This new coming-of-age survival thriller is "sort of like Los
Covid antiviral pill molnupiravir/Lagevrio set for UK at-home trials
People most vulnerable to Omicron would reportedly be offered experimental pill within 48 hours of testing positive The first at-home treatment for Covid-19 could reportedly be offered to UK patients before Christmas as an attempt to protect the most vulnerable from the Omicron variant. The Sunday Telegraph reported that Sajid Javid is set to launch a national pilot of the Molnupiravir antiviral
Trump's Former Lawyer Is Selling His Prison Badge as an NFT
The former Trump attorney who fumbled the bag hard enough to land himself in prison — and his former employer under special investigation — is now selling his prison badge as an NFT, because we are currently living in the worst timeline and/or simulation. First reported by Page Six , the news that Donald Trump's longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen is auctioning off a digital version of his i
Tourist Anime Nerd Accused of Spreading Omicron Variant
We have yet another reason to dunk on nerds, because the United States' second reported case of the Omicron COVID-19 variant seems to have come from an anime convention in New York City last month. As Gothamist and other outlets have reported , a fully-vaccinated Minnesota man who traveled to the Big Apple to attend the Anime NYC convention is now the second person to have gotten this new, report
Lightweight space robot with precise control developed
Robots are already in space. From landers on the moon to rovers on Mars and more, robots are the perfect candidates for space exploration: they can bear extreme environments while consistently repeating the same tasks in exactly the same way without tiring. Like robots on Earth, they can accomplish both dangerous and mundane jobs, from space walks to polishing a spacecraft's surface. With space mi
Two-dimensional bipolar magnetic semiconductors with electrically controllable spin polarization realized
Two dimensional (2D) magnetic semiconductors, integrating semiconductivity, ferromagnetism and low dimensionality, serve as the cornerstone for high-speed nanospintronic devices. However, the practical applications of nowadays 2D magnetic semiconductors face two key problems: the rather low magnetic Curie temperature compared to room temperature, and the lack of a simple and efficient method to co
How you speak up at work can affect whether you're picked for a team
Business leaders and management experts often encourage people to speak up in the workplace. Suggesting a creative idea or a more efficient way to work can help companies overcome challenges and meet goals. But new research shows another, more subtle and often overlooked form of speaking up has a big effect on the way work gets done and how teams come together.
This Week's Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through December 4)
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AI Training Is Outpacing Moore's Law Samuel K. Moore | IEEE Spectrum "The increase in transistor density would account for a little more than doubling of performance between the early version of the MLPerf benchmarks and those from June 2021. But improvements to software as well as processor and computer architecture produced a 6.8-11-fold speedup for the best benchmark re
The role of messenger RNA in DNA repair
An organism's genome could be compared to a complex system of instructions that allows it not only to develop, but also to carry out all the activities essential to its survival. To do this, this genome needs to be expressed correctly, i.e. these instructions need to be "read" properly, and the information it contains must not be altered or degraded over time.
Most people flee the suburbs, but nowhere land is the perfect backdrop for my novels
Suburbia is neither glamorous nor picturesque. But this is precisely what makes it rich terrain for my books It's early December and in my corner of southeast London the Christmas illuminations are going up. Garden gnomes may have fallen out of fashion, but their seasonal equivalent, inflatable Santas, are very much in evidence. There are some pockets of tasteful conformity, where entire streets o
Adele's 30 and the Year of the Breakup Album
For most everyone, 2021 has been a long and lonely year. Pop stars, it seems, are no exception. Although music about heartbreak has been around for as long as there's been music, this past year's charts have looked particularly lovelorn. Pop music has been a months-long opera of celebrity splits. We went from Olivia Rodrigo's world-conquering "Drivers License" in January to Adele's new album, 30
Probiotics improve nausea and vomiting in pregnancy
Researchers found that probiotics significantly improve the symptoms of pregnancy-related nausea, vomiting and constipation. Nausea and vomiting affect about 85% of pregnancies and can significantly impact quality of life, particularly during early pregnancy.
Tropical forests recover after deforestation
Tropical forests are disappearing at an alarming rate through deforestation, but they also have the potential to regrow naturally on abandoned lands. This has been shown by an international study led by scientists from Wageningen University. How a forest recovers, depends on the amount of rainfall, the age of the forest, and the functional characteristics of the tree species.
Toys prove to be better investment than gold, art, and financial securities
Unusual ways of investment, such as collecting toys, can generate high returns. For example, secondary market prices of retired LEGO sets grow by 11% annually, which is faster than gold, stocks, and bonds, HSE University economists say. Their paper was published in the Research in International Business and Finance journal.
Antarctica experiences rare total solar eclipse
A rare total solar eclipse in Antarctica this weekend (Saturday 4 December) is giving researchers a unique opportunity to learn more about how solar eclipses affect space weather. The next total eclipse in Antarctica will not be until 2039.
What is the Fermi Paradox?
The Fermi Paradox describes the contradiction that despite an abundance of planets in our galaxy, we have yet to detect alien life. Are we actually alone in the universe?
Why It's Still a Scientific Mystery How Some Live Past 100—and How to Crack It
A 35-year-old man only has a 1.5 percent chance of dying in the next ten years . But the same man at 75 has a 45 percent chance of dying before he reaches 85. Clearly, aging is bad for our health. On the bright side, we have made unprecedented progress in understanding the fundamental mechanisms that control aging and late-life disease. A few tightly linked biological processes, sometimes called
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A Very Small Animal Entirely Surrounded by Water
"It's a little anxious to be a very small animal entirely surrounded by water" -Piglet the world was already [young | sick | lost] when we came to it we were busy looking [for | at | through] god went to the dance and brought our new [shoes | father | flask] borrowed a [shirt | religion | mask] & sat in the bleachers [music | oil | trash] filled our rivers stayed up for the after [party | life |
2021 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming News Roundup #49
Listing of articles linked to on the Skeptical Science Facebook Page during the past week: Sun, November 28, 2021 through Sat, December 4, 2021 The following articles sparked above average interest during the week: Who owns the wind? An anthropologist has ideas , Canada's Tar Sands: Destruction So Vast and Deep It Challenges the Existence of Land and People , PragerU video on climate change repea
Gerrymandering is a climate problem
This is a re-post from Yale Climate Connections by Sarah Wesseler Republican Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio, a staunch Trump supporter who recently called the Biden administration's attempts to limit fossil fuel emissions " maybe the craziest thing I've ever heard ," represents an Ohio district whose bizarre shape has earned it the nickname "the duck." Just north of the duck's bill lies the distr
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How you speak up at work can affect whether you're picked for a team
Business leaders and management experts often encourage people to speak up in the workplace. Suggesting a creative idea or a more efficient way to work can help companies overcome challenges and meet goals. But new research shows another, more subtle and often overlooked form of speaking up has a big effect on the way work gets done and how teams come together.
Understanding mouthfeel of food using physics
Our understanding of how microscopic structure and changes in the shape of food affect food texture remains underdeveloped, so researchers from Denmark and Germany conducted a series of experiments relating food microstructure and rheology to texture. They used coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering microscopy to relate the molecular makeup of the fat in foods with the rheological and mechanical pr
Printing technique creates effective skin equivalent, heals wounds
Researchers have developed an approach to print skin equivalents, which may play a future role in facilitating the healing of chronic wounds. They used suspended layer additive manufacturing, creating a gel-like material to support the skin equivalent that can then support a second phase of gel injection. During printing, the skin layers are deposited within the support gel. After printing, the te
ALS therapy should target brain, not just spine
The brain is indeed a target for treating ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), scientists have discovered. This flips a long-standing belief the disease starts in the spinal motor neurons and any therapy would need to target the spine as the key focus. The new study shows the brain degenerates early in ALS, sends warning signals and shows defects very early in the disease. Degeneration of brain mo
Predicting protein-protein interactions
Scientists have collaborated to build a structurally-motivated deep learning method built from recent advances in neural language modeling. The team's deep-learning model, called D-SCRIPT, was able to predict protein-protein interactions (PPIs) from primary amino acid sequences.
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Weekend reads: Chair leaves post during investigation of double-dipping allegations; geoscientist fined; prof claims another's papers are hers
Before we present this week's Weekend Reads, a question: Do you enjoy our weekly roundup? If so, we could really use your help. Would you consider a tax-deductible donation to support Weekend Reads, and our daily work? Thanks in advance. The week at Retraction Watch featured: Our co-founder Ivan Oransky presented oral evidence to the UK … Continue reading
Meth use, intimate partner violence weaken immune function in HIV-positive men
A study of HIV-positive black and Latino men who have sex with men finds the use of methamphetamine combined with intimate partner violence boosted the activity of genes that regulate the body's inflammatory and antiviral functions. The combination may lead to exhaustion of the immune system in people living with HIV, increasing the risk for developing chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disea
Kollegorna: Därför är Giorgio Parisi ett geni
Giorgio Parisi är en av årets Nobelpristagare i fysik och har sedan pandemins början varit en kändis för italienarna. Men i forskarvärlden har han länge varit en celebritet. Han är speciellt berömd för sin ovanligt skärpta matematiska förmåga. Spela vodden för att se hur ett geni tänker.
How am I able to read abstract descriptions/poetry, understand & interpret it, but not create these types of texts?
How am I able to read abstract descriptions/poetry, understand & interpret (to the best of my ability, and based off my experience; subjective interpretation) but not create these types of texts? I feel like I have a creative block/limitation to not be able to artfully combine words so they are a beautiful or meaningful. But I'm able to appreciate poetry and literature. I Just can't generate it.


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