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Lenovo's ThinkPad Series is on Sale, so Get Your Productivity On

ThinkPad E15 | $540 | Lenovo | Use code THINKAPRILRead more...
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Researchers Made Silicon Glow and It Could Make Computers a Lot Faster

After 50 years of continual invention and innovation into making computer chips faster, Moore’s Law isn’t as dead as it seemed. Researchers have figured out a way to make silicon glow, according to a new report from Wired. That means instead of doubling the amount of transistors in computer chips every two years, it…Read more...
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My elaboration to a commentator about why the Swedish/SBP approach is the best

EXTRACT FROM AN EMAIL I SENT OUT A MOMENT AGO I do wish to suggest a difference in the way I’m looking at the issue. I’m not so bothered about how bad the virus is (these are debates for the future). The only question of interest is: what is the cheapest way to return to […]
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Google's AR Easter Bunny Can Still Visit This Holiday Weekend, Even if You're Stuck Inside

With large portions of the country under shelter-in-place orders due to the coronavirus outbreak, I’m betting Easter plans for most folks look a lot different now than they did back in the bygone era of March. Seemingly with this in mind, Google rolled out several holiday-themed Easter eggs, per tradition, including…Read more...
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This Video of the Anak Krakatau Volcano Erupting Will Make You Grateful You Stayed Home

Indonesia’s Anak Krakatau volcano erupted in a spectacular fashion on Friday, personifying what many of us on lockdown probably feel like doing some days. And although it’s best you weren’t anywhere near it, you can see the eruption in these amazing videos and marvel at the power of Mother Nature. Read more...
Tags: Science, Indonesia, Mother Nature, Volcanos, Anak Krakatau, Anak Krakatau Volcano


These Hilarious Star Trek Videos Turn Bloopers Into Canon

Boy, there sure was a lot more high-fiving on the Enterprise than I remember. Read more...
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Call for schools to open in the summer after lockdown

Children’s commissioner says schools will play an important role, but teachers and parents may oppose loss of six-week breakCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageSchools should consider opening in some form over the six-week summer holidays to help children catch up with the curriculum – and to provide childcare for families who need to get back to work, the children’s commissioner has said.Anne Longfield said that when schools are allowed to reopen, they could be vital dur...
Tags: Science, Education, Schools, Teachers' Workload, Longfield, Anne Longfield, Coronavirus outbreak


A Grim Milestone: U.S. Reports More Coronavirus Deaths Than Any Country in the World

The U.S. on Saturday reported that deaths due to covid-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, had reached more than 20,000. This means that the U.S. has surpassed Italy as the country with most deaths associated with the outbreak in the world. America is also the global leader in confirmed cases with 514,415…Read more...
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WHO Investigating Reports of Recovered Covid-19 Patients Testing Positive Again

As the novel coronavirus outbreak continues to spread, with tallies for confirmed cases and total deaths reaching new heights in America this weekend, the World Health Organization (WHO) has begun investigating alarming reports from South Korea where the virus appears to have “reactivated” in covid-19 patients who…Read more...
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Gary Dauberman Is Now on Board to Direct the New Salem's Lot Adaptation

The Stephen King-assaince continues unabated, braving pandemic and all other obstacles. New Line’s latest adaptation, of King’s 1975 novel Salem’s Lot—not to be confused with Jerusalem’s Lot—now has a director. Read more...
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Wuhan celebrates its 'liberation' as Covid-19 lockdown ends

The people of the city where the first virus was first detected are taking their first cautious steps outside after being confined for three monthsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageLast week the city of Wuhan celebrated the end of its nearly three-month lockdown. Flower beds and trees were planted in parks across from hospitals previously overwhelmed with panicked and sick patients. The streets have been scrubbed clean.Before midnight last Wednesday, when restrictions b...
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Wizards of the Coast Is Releasing Free Dungeons & Dragons Resources to Get You Through the Quarantine

Games are a powerful escape and coping tool for many of us amidst the ongoing pandemic. With digital tools allowing people to play tabletop and board games online, it’s become a great way to spend time indoors with those you love, whether you’re together or not. Now, Wizards of the Coast is making that play a little…Read more...
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Here’s why we’ll never know if a high viral load corresponds to a worse case of coronavirus

Healthcare workers are likely to be in contact with many COVID-19 patients every day. Being in contact with more people with the disease means that, in theory, they will be exposed to higher doses of the coronavirus over time. Does that mean they are at greater risk of contracting the disease, as reports from some countries suggest? We know for some diseases that the dose of virus a person is exposed to will directly correlate with how severe the disease is. A good example of this is influenza. ...
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The Creators of Homestar Runner Just Dropped a Massive, Three-Volume Soundtrack

Sing with me: todaybor day is Labor Day...Read more...
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How We Can Live With Wildlife After Coronavirus Passes

The coronavirus has shined a bright light on how much we’ve divorced ourselves from nature. With more than a billion people in various states of lockdown, the air has cleared and wildlife has flourished.Read more...
Tags: Science, Wildlife, Urban Wildlife, Coronavirus, Covid 19, Living With Animals


Hellraiser's Film Reboot Has Writers and a Director

What’s in the box? Oh, just a world of depraved magnificence, unimaginable horrors, and a Hellraiser reboot. Read more...
Tags: Science, Lionsgate, Pinhead, Clive Barker, Hellraiser, David S Goyer, David Bruckner, The Night House


Grab some Avengers Comics on Sale at ComiXology and Brush Up on Marvel Lore

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How COVID-19 affects wildfire response

As warmer weather approaches, so does the risk of wildfires and floods. A look at how officials are handling disaster mitigation during a pandemic. 
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Escape Pandemic Dread by Experiencing the Apollo 13 Mission in Real Time

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 13, NASA has launched an online experience in which you can relive the events of this harrowing mission as they happened in real time. Read more...
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Pew-Pew and Loot All of The Vaults in Borderlands 3 for a Low $20

Borderlands 3 (PS4 and Xbox One) | $20 | AmazonRead more...
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Covid-19 from the West Wing: 'History's verdict will be unforgiving'

Our DC bureau chief on covering a escalating public health crisis, an economic crisis – and a crisis of leadershipI’m heading to the White House in the middle of a global pandemic – not a phrase I ever imagined writing when I was a schoolboy in Britain thinking about a career in journalism. Downtown Washington resembles a deserted film set these days, most of its famed monuments and museums closed. At the White House gates a white tent has been set up; a medical worker zaps me with a device that...
Tags: Science, Biology, Washington, White House, World news, US news, Medical Research, Britain, Infectious Diseases, Microbiology, Membership, Donald Trump, West Wing, Coronavirus outbreak


Can a face mask protect me from coronavirus? Covid-19 myths busted

The truth about how you can catch coronavirus, who is most vulnerable and what you can do to avoid infectionFind all our coronavirus coverage hereCoronavirus – latest news and updatesWhat are the symptoms and should I see a doctor?Wearing a face mask is certainly not an iron-clad guarantee that you won’t get sick – viruses can also transmit through the eyes and tiny viral particles, known as aerosols, can penetrate masks. However, masks are effective at capturing droplets, which is a main transm...
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Keep Yourself and Your Car Protected with a $30 Dash Cam

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Can we even expect to get immunity from SARS-CoV 2 after recovery from infection?

This is one of the most challenging topics. (This is a placeholder post) In my latest article I’ve said: The second worst-case eventuality we should prepare for is that people will only develop imperfect immunity after recovering from the infection. A number of reports are now showing that people might get re-infected, although that is […]
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Uber Adds Payment Caps and Drivers With Preexisting Conditions to Sick Leave Policy

After coming under fire for its strict and confusing limitations on paid sick leave, Uber announced that it’s expanding eligibility for contractors affected by the novel coronavirus pandemic—with the catch that the financial aid package each driver receives is likely to shrink moving forward.Read more...
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Observing the atmosphere at high altitudes using unmanned aeria vehicles

Unmanned aerial vehicles sounding data can improve Antarctic weather forecasting to a certain extent, especially the prediction of temperature, wind speed, and humidity.
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Skoltech researchers find a new HIT defense bacteria use against antibiotics

Scientists at the Severinov Laboratory in Skoltech and their colleagues from Russia and the US have uncovered a new mechanism of bacterial self-defense against microcin C, a potent antibiotic weapon in the microscopic world that can sometimes turn on its master.
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COVID-19: Cedars-Sinai physician co-authors analysis of antiviral drug

In a small group of patients hospitalized with severe complications of COVID-19 and treated with the experimental antiviral drug remdesivir, clinical improvement was observed in 68% of patients treated, according to an analysis co-authored by Jonathan Grein, MD, director of Hospital Epidemiology at Cedars-Sinai.
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Simple method for ceramic-based flexible electrolyte sheets for lithium metal batteries

Researchers at Tokyo Metropolitan University have developed a new method to make ceramic-based flexible electrolyte sheets for lithium metal batteries. They combined a garnet-type ceramic, a polymer binder, and an ionic liquid, producing a quasi-solid-state sheet electrolyte. The synthesis is carried out at room temperature, requiring significantly less energy than existing high-temperature (> 1000°C) processes. It functions over a wide range of temperatures, making it a promising electrolyte fo...
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Reducing sulfur dioxide emissions alone cannot substantially decrease air pollution

Due to the reduced emissions of SO2, and considering the high level of NH3 emissions in China, nitrogen dioxide emissions control is more effective in reducing the surface PM2.5 concentration in China.
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