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Oh Thank God...

Mark it, folks: July 11, the first time President Donald Trump wore a face mask in public during a raging pandemic. And all it took was more than 134,000 people dying from covid-19 for him to finally—finally—put one on. Read more...
Tags: Science, Cdc, Donald Trump, Trump, Centers for Disease Control, Trump Administration, Face Masks, Coronavirus, Covid 19, Sars Cov 2, Congrats On Doing The Bare Minimum Mr President


This Artist Filmed His Life With Snapchat Spectacles for a Year and Created a VR Time Machine

Time travel is one of those things that fascinate people. Although time travel currently isn’t possible—thank God, as if humans needed another way to make a mess of things—this creator decided to do the next best thing: film his life with Snapchat Spectacles 3 for a year and create a virtual reality time machine.Read more...
Tags: Science, Snapchat, Virtual Reality, Time Travel, Spectacles


Coronavirus live news: Trump makes first public outing in mask while global deaths tally over 560,000

Cases in India pass 800,000; South African cases top 250,000; UK death toll rises to 44,800 11.17pm BST A demonstration in Tel Aviv against the Israeli government’s handling of the pandemic, which we reported on earlier, has resulted in violent clashes between protesters and police.This from the journalist Louis Fishman:Following protests in Tel Aviv’s main square police clash with protesters on Rothschild Blvd. On the news a protester said we are fed up we can’t pay our bills, we can’t pay ...
Tags: UK, England, Science, India, Tel Aviv, World news, Infectious Diseases, Trump, Robin McKie, Coronavirus outbreak, Louis Fishman, James Tapper


That Kamen Rider's Got a Robot Dog

Oh, nothing to see here. Just a masked superhero and his Sony-branded robot doggie.Read more...
Tags: Science, Sony, Toei, Kamen Rider, Tokusatsu, Aibo, Kamen Rider Zero One


Wells Fargo Directs Employees to Delete TikTok, Citing Security Concerns

America’s fourth-largest bank, Wells Fargo, is barring the app TikTok on company devices and instructing any employees who have it currently installed to remove it immediately, citing privacy concerns. Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Security, Science, America, Wells Fargo, Privacy And Security, Tiktok, Tick Tock Tiktok


Coronavirus live news: South African cases top 250,000 as UK death toll rises to 44,800

Cases in India pass 800,000; dozens of US Marines in Japan contract coronavirus; call for clarity on masks in UK 7.20pm BST Florida’s Walt Disney World opened to the public for the first time in four months, despite a surge of coronavirus cases in the state. Walt Disney Co welcomed a limited number of guests to parts of its sprawling Orlando complex, the most-visited theme park resort in the world, with a host of safety measures designed to reassure visitors and reduce the chances of catchin...
Tags: Japan, Florida, UK, Science, India, World news, Infectious Diseases, Walt Disney World, US Marines, Orlando, Amitabh Bachchan, state Walt Disney Co, Coronavirus outbreak


Why Most LED Headlight Upgrades Don't Really Work: An Expert Explains

Plug-and-play LED replacements for halogen headlight bulbs are a popular car mod. LEDs often look brighter than incandescent lights, but “looks brighter” and “illuminates better” are not the same thing. I got a stern talking-to from an actual lighting expert about LED retrofits, and science says: Putting LEDs where…Read more...
Tags: Science, Led, Lights, Car Technology, Jalopnik Explains


The Star Trek Roleplaying Game is Getting a Whole New Rulebook Just for Playing as the Klingons

When it launched a few years ago, Modiphius’ Star Trek Adventures roleplaying game gave fans a ruleset for boldly going as their very own crew of Federation officers, managing their own ship, going on away missions, and exploring the galaxy. But its latest expansion isn’t about giving Federation characters more things…Read more...
Tags: Science, Star Trek, Cbs, Role playing games, Tabletop Games, Klingons, Star Trek Adventures, Modiphius Entertainment, Modiphius ' Star Trek Adventures


Harley Quinn's Newest Comic is a Clever Celebration of Her Evolving Identity

Since her inception on Batman: The Animated Series has brought Harley Quinn from TV, to comics, and beyond over the years, there have been many different takes on just who she’s really meant to be—not just aesthetically or tonally, but as her own person. The latest issue of her stylish new digital series nails those…Read more...
Tags: Science, Dc Comics, Harley Quinn, DC Entertainment, Black White Red


Global ‘catastrophe’ looms as Covid-19 fuels inequality

Job losses, homelessness, school closures and acute hunger set to rise dramatically without urgent support, Christian Aid warnsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe pandemic has exposed and reinforced deep inequalities across the world, with the true extent yet to be seen, according to a major new report.The crisis in the poorest countries threatens to escalate into a catastrophe as job losses and food insecurity mount. “The economic, social and political impacts are on...
Tags: Science, Economics, Society, World news, Medical Research, Infectious Diseases, World Health Organization, Humanitarian response, Coronavirus outbreak


Indigenous Protests Are Blazing a New Trail for How to Beat Big Oil

Joye Braun was among the first to camp in the plains of North Dakota in defiance of the Dakota Access pipeline back in 2016. She was there to stand in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Indigenous people from around the world eventually arrived to gather in ceremony. Four years later, their prayers have…Read more...
Tags: Science, North Dakota, Indigenous Rights, New Trail, Dakota, Dakota Access Pipeline, Dapl, Standing Rock, Joye Braun, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Indigenous


Umbrella Academy Season 2 is Coming Soon, Why Not Read Some Umbrella Academy Comics While You Wait?

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Coronavirus live news: dozens of US Marines in Japan contract coronavirus; call for clarity on masks in UK

Cases in India pass 800,000; France exceeds 30,000 deaths; San Quentin prison in US has seven deaths and 1,500 positive tests 2.26pm BST Thirty-eight people who tested positive for coronavirus have died in hospital in England, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths in hospitals to 29,051, according to the PA news agency. The patients were aged between 40 and 98 and three patients, aged 65 to 86 years, had no known underlying health conditions, NHS England said. Another seven deaths we...
Tags: Japan, UK, England, Science, France, India, US, World news, PA, Infectious Diseases, NHS, Belgium, Leicester, US Marines, San Quentin, Coronavirus outbreak


Coronavirus live news: India cases pass 800,000; masks may become mandatory in England shops

Australian state of Victoria reports 216 new cases; France exceeds 30,000 deaths; San Quentin prison in US has seven deaths and 1,500 positive tests 11.22am BST British tourists can expect “90% of normality” as flights and holidays restart for the UK’s biggest tour operator, but they would need to be prepared for some changes, and to follow local coronavirus rules, said Andrew Andrew Flintham, managing director of TUI UK and Northern Ireland.Starting this weekend, the company will run a limi...
Tags: UK, England, Science, Indonesia, France, India, US, World news, Infectious Diseases, Northern Ireland, Victoria, San Quentin, Reuters Deaths, Coronavirus outbreak, Achmad Yurianto, Andrew Andrew Flintham


Grab the $7 Nintendo Switch Playstand and Truly Play Anywhere

AmazonBasics Playstand for Nintendo Switch | $7 | AmazonRead more...
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Coronavirus live news: India cases pass 800,000; masks may become mandatory in UK shops

Australian state of Victoria reports 216 new cases; France exceeds 30,000 deaths; San Quentin prison in US has seven deaths and 1,500 positive tests 10.34am BST South Korea has reported 35 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing its caseload to 13,373 infections and 288 deaths, the Associated Press reports.South Korea’s centres for disease control and prevention said on Saturday that 13 of the new cases were in the densely populated Seoul metropolitan area, which has been at the centre of a v...
Tags: South Korea, UK, Science, Microsoft, France, India, US, World news, Infectious Diseases, Bill Gates, Associated Press, Victoria, Seoul, Reuters, 288, San Quentin


Coronavirus Australia: Victoria reports 216 new Covid-19 cases and death of man in his 90s

Daniel Andrews says effects of lockdown won’t be reflected for weeks as NSW cases linked to Casula pubSign up for Guardian Australia’s coronavirus emailDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notificationsVictoria has recorded another 216 cases of coronavirus and one additional death, a man in his 90s, as the state tries to contain the second wave of the virus that returned Melbourne residents to lockdown.Thirty of the new cases are linked to known outbreaks and 186 are und...
Tags: Science, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Victorian politics, Victoria, Melbourne, Daniel Andrews, Brett Sutton, Coronavirus outbreak, Casula


Total-body PET/CT captures full picture of systemic inflammatory arthritis

For the first time, physicians can examine the systemic burden of inflammatory arthritis simultaneously across all joints and organ systems, using the high-sensitivity, high-resolution uEXPLORER total-body positron emission tomography/computed tomography (TB-PET/CT) scanner. Results of the first in-human TB-PET/CT scans conducted in the arthritic population were presented at the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting.
Tags: Science, Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging


Differential scanning calorimetry to quantify protein-ligand binding

A team of researchers from Kazan Federal University, Russia, led by Dr. Igor Sedov, reported an application of capillary differential scanning calorimetry technique for the study of the binding of albumin, a plasma transport protein, with different drug ligands.
Tags: Science, Russia, Kazan Federal University, Igor Sedov


Targeted radionuclide therapy enhances prostate cancer response to immunotherapies

Targeted radionuclide therapy has been found to create a favorable tumor microenvironment in prostate cancer that improves the effectiveness of immunotherapies. The research, presented at the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging's 2020 Annual Meeting, shows that immunomodulation can be achieved with relatively low radiation dose that does not affect the normal immune system.
Tags: Science, Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging


Jurassic fossils from northeastern China reveal morphological stasis in the catkin-yew

Dong and colleagues studied well-preserved plant fossils from the Middle-Late Jurassic Daohugou Bed in eastern Inner Mongolia, northeastern China. These fossils closely resemble the extant catkin-yews Amentotaxus. They provide unequivocal evidence that the catkin-yews have undergone little morphological change over at least ~160 million years. Like ginkgo, the catkin-yews are living fossils that provide an important new example of evolutionary stasis.
Tags: Science, China, Mongolia, Dong



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