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Elon Musk Tells Bill Gates to Get Lost in Leaked Text Messages

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Musk vs. Gates Elon Musk just confirmed he and Bill Gates have beef. Yesterday a Twitter user who focuses in part on electrical vehicle news leaked several text messages supposedly exchanged between Tesla and SpaceX CEO and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates. Gates asked Musk about some philanthropy opportunities, but Musk shut it down quick. "Sorry, but I cannot take your philanthropy on climate ch

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Some cases of long COVID-19 may be caused by an abnormally suppressed immune system, research suggests

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Researchers studying the effect of the monoclonal antibody Leronlimab on long COVID-19 may have found a surprising clue to the baffling syndrome, one that contradicts their initial hypothesis. An abnormally suppressed immune system may be to blame, not a persistently hyperactive one as they had suspected.

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Russia's Military Is Getting Defeated by Ukrainian Mud

Mud on the Tires If it wasn't so bloody and violent, it'd be funny. Russian President Vladimir Putin seemed to think he could overcome 300 years of military history in which various conquering armies floundered and drowned in Ukrainian mud during early spring, but it turns out you can't beat nature. According to a new report in CNBC published this week , Russia failed to take into consideration t

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The Atlantic

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Why the Russian People Go Along With Putin's War

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In the early days of the war on Ukraine , tens of thousands of Russians protested an invasion launched in their name. This was encouraging. Americans could content themselves with the possibility that Russian citizens might take matters into their own hands, challenging and weakening their president, Vladimir Putin. In recent weeks, however, such protests have become rare. This is in no small par

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BBC News – Science & Environment

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Protests over water firms dumping sewage in rivers

Campaigners take to rivers across the UK in 12 protests against water companies dumping sewage.

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Science | The Guardian

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New clues shed light on 'pivotal' moment in the great Pacific migration

Archaeologists say find of tools and bones changes our understanding of the Lapita people, the first to make landfall in Remote Oceania Get our free news app ; get our morning email briefing The peopling of the Pacific is one of the most significant migrations in human history. And now an archaeological discovery on a small island in Papua New Guinea has recast the early scope of this settlement,

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The Cruel Twist of Russian Doll

This article contains spoilers through the second season of Russian Doll. In a much-discussed essay for The New Yorker late last year, the critic Parul Sehgal analyzed the recent ubiquity of the trauma plot; the reliance, in books and on television, on stories that define characters by their pain, their guilt, the weight of their suffering. Trauma narratives, Sehgal wrote, are limited by their ne

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Tesla on Autopilot Crashes Into $3 Million Jet

Slow Ride Everybody knows better than to park next to the most expensive car in the lot. If you ding the door, you're gonna have to pay. That's what makes it so incredulous one Tesla owner used the Smart Summon feature, which is supposed to let Teslas navigate parking lots on autopilot, but ended up crashing the driverless vehicle into a private jet worth millions. A clip of the incident was post

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I Played Halo With My Spouse 17 Years After We Almost Broke Up Over It

I wasn't ready for it 17 years ago, when my then boyfriend and I nearly broke up over it. But now I can play until I throw up.

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Wired

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Give Autel's Evo Lite+ Drone a Spin—Especially in Ludicrous Mode

Autel's new Evo Lite+ has a night mode and great flight time, and it's a compelling alternative to DJI's most popular drones.

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Wired

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The Glorious Utility of the Mid-Range Phone

Also, Garmin has a new fitness tracker, Zoom gets emotional, and Instagram tries to prioritize original content.

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Wired

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How Prescribed Burns Can Help Restore Eastern US Forests

A movement is growing to reintroduce controlled burns to forests and grasslands, bringing back the role of fire in creating biodiverse landscapes.

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Livescience

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Are there any mythological creatures that haven't been debunked?

Mythological creatures, from Bigfoot to the Loch Ness Monster, exist in fantastical tales. But are there any mythological creatures that haven't been debunked?

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Science | The Guardian

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A self-driving revolution? We're barely out of second gear | John Naughton

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The Department for Transport's breezy predictions about driverless cars transforming Britain into a 'global science superpower' are both premature and optimistic "Britain moves closer to a self-driving revolution," said a perky message from the Department for Transport that popped into my inbox on Wednesday morning. The purpose of the message was to let us know that the government is changing the

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Crucial Piece of the Wash Plant Goes Missing | Hoffman Family Gold

Stream Hoffman Family Gold on discovery+ ► https://www.discoveryplus.com/show/hoffman-family-gold-us #HoffmanFamilyGold #ToddHoffman #Discovery Subscribe to Discovery: http://bit.ly/SubscribeDiscovery Follow Us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@Discovery We're on Instagram! https://instagram.com/Discovery Join Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Discovery Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitt

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Water on Jupiter's moon closer to surface than thought: study

Ridges that criss-cross the icy surface of Jupiter's moon Europa indicate there are shallow pockets of water beneath, boosting hopes in the search for extra-terrestrial life, scientists said Tuesday.

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MIT Technology Review

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Chinese NFT platforms don't want you to trade NFTs anymore

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While NFT traders in the US fret over their tax responsibilities for selling big-ticket digital assets, their peers in China are faced with a very different problem: the Chinese industry is headed to a future where NFTs can't be traded at all. On April 13, three national financial industry associations in China—which collectively cover almost all Chinese banks, brokerages, and fintech companies—r

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NYT > Science

Protesters Amass at White House, Demanding Action on Climate

In Washington, D.C., as well as Phoenix, Atlanta and scores of other cities across the country, demonstrators called on the government to enact bold climate action.

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These Tiny Crystals Are 'Time Capsules' of Earth's Early Plate Tectonic Activity

Geriatric zircons.

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ScienceAlert – Latest

Venus Should Be 'Locked' With One Side Facing The Sun. Here's Why It Isn't

A dynamic that affects everything else.

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The Atlantic

The Atlantic Daily: The TV Shows That Lean Into Black Wealth

Every weekday evening, our editors guide you through the biggest stories of the day, help you discover new ideas, and surprise you with moments of delight. Subscribe to get this delivered to your inbox. Several recent TV shows focused on Black characters share an obsession with "cash and glamour," the historian Tanisha C. Ford writes in a new story . Peacock's Bel-Air (a reboot of the '90s sitcom

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Future(s) Studies

Only four months after Deeproute.ai announced it planned to sell its L4 self-driving solution at an attractive $10,000, the Shenzhen and Fremont-based startup said it has further slashed the cost by approximately 70% to $3,000

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Solar May Generate Half of World's Power by 2050

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Futurism

Best Police Scanners in 2022

The best police and fire scanners give you the 411 on police activity in your neighborhood or on the route you're traveling, helping you to steer clear of potential traffic hazards or dangerous situations. Unlike the crackly broadcasts of old analog scanners, today's police scanners use digital technology to broadcast clear static-free transmissions. Many make finding local frequencies easy with

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Singularity Hub

This Week's Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through April 23)

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE NVIDIA's Next GPUs Will Be Designed Partially by AI Monica J. White | Digital Trends "As the company chooses to prioritize AI and machine learning (ML), some of these advancements will already find their way into the upcoming next-gen Ada Lovelace GPUs. …[NVIDIA's chief scientist Bill] Dally discussed four major sections of GPU design, as well as the ways in which using AI

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Retraction Watch

Weekend reads: Should 'peer reviewers be paid?'; Kim Kardashian and conflicts of interest; scandal costs millions in grants

Would you consider a donation to support Weekend Reads, and our daily work? Thanks in advance. The week at Retraction Watch featured: COVID-19-vitamin D paper retracted by Springer Nature journal Study on reducing parents' anxiety about children's circumcision retracted More than 300 at once: Publisher retracts entire conference proceedings What we've learned from public records requests. … Contin

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The Atlantic

Everything Everywhere All at Once Is Multiverse Storytelling at Its Best

What's better than a Marvel Cinematic Universe? A Marvel Cinematic Multiverse. Once limited to theoretical physics and comic-book plot conveniences, the notion of a multiverse has been an essential tool for Hollywood. Whether it's a role that's been cast and recast , a franchise character that gets a spin-off when the larger story ends, or simply a reboot telling a new story without upending its

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ScienceDaily

Two largest Mars-quakes to date recorded from planet's far side

The seismometer placed on Mars by NASA's InSight lander has recorded its two largest seismic events to date: a magnitude 4.2 and a magnitude 4.1 Mars-quake. The pair are the first recorded events to occur on the planet's far side from the lander and are five times stronger than the previous largest event recorded.

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ScienceDaily

Genomic sequencing is changing diagnosis, treatment for patients with brain cancer

Patients diagnosed with a type of brain tumor survived for longer when they were treated aggressively with surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. But far from suggesting that more treatment always leads to better survival, the study underscores the critical role of genomic profiling in diagnosing and grading brain tumors.

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ScienceDaily

Ancient skeletons reveal the history of worm parasites in Britain

New research reveals the scale of parasitic worm infections in Britain from the Prehistoric to the early Victorian periods.

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Biochemistry Research News — ScienceDaily

New miniature heart could help speed heart disease cures

A team of engineers, biologists, and geneticists has developed a new way of studying the heart: they've built a miniature replica of a heart chamber from a combination of nanoengineered parts and human heart tissue.

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forskning.se

Enklare ALS-diagnos med blodprov

I framtiden kan det bli möjligt att ställa en mer träffsäker ALS-diagnos tidigare i sjukdomsförloppet med hjälp av ett enkelt blodprov. Det kan till exempel göra det möjligt att sätta in bromsmediciner i ett tidigt skede – innan musklerna förtvinar. Inlägget dök först upp på forskning.se .

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12th level intellect

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Former fusion scientist on why we won't have fusion power by 2040

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Foreo ISSA Kids review

Foreo ISSA Kids is an innovative, stylish toothbrush that looks great on any bathroom shelf

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Livescience

What has no eyes, walked on stilts and died in 'Paleo Pompeii'? This ancient weirdo.

An extinct arthropod with stilt-like limbs that lived during the Ordovician period was recently described from an exceptional fossil found in Canada.

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Wired

15 Great Deals on Bluetooth Speakers, Earbuds, and Outdoor Gear

The weather's warming up. Kick-start your outdoor activities with these discounts.

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