Montana governor given warning after trapping and killing a Yellowstone wolf

Rep. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont., speaks during the 2017 Capitol Christmas Tree lighting ceremony on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017, in Washington. Associated Press/Andrew Harnik Montana's governor was given a warning after he killed a Yellowstone wolf outside the park last month. Greg Gianforte had not completed a state-mandated certification course before trapping the wolf. A spokesperson for the governor said he immediately rectified the mistake and signed up...
Tags: Politics, Science, Montana, Washington, Trends, Hunting, Parks, Yellowstone, Rockies, Yellowstone National Park, Wolf, Robert Smith, Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks, Gianforte, Greg Gianforte, Boise State Public Radio

Brazil Covid crisis: fury after Bolsonaro says people will soon lead 'normal lives'

Screams of ‘murderer’ and ‘liar’ in major cities as president makes televised address to the nation on deadliest day yetCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageLoud protests have erupted across Brazil as the country’s Covid-sceptic president, Jair Bolsonaro, struggled to defend his handling of the pandemic and claimed citizens would soon be able to resume their “normal lives” despite the soaring death toll.Bolsonaro, whose anti-science response to coronavirus has drawn intern...
Tags: Science, Infectious Diseases, Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, Bolsonaro, Coronavirus

Scientists will test the world’s first nuclear fusion reactor this summer

The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) will, if things go according to plan, move one step closer to becoming the world’s first functioning nuclear fusion reactor this summer when scientists conduct its inaugural test runs. Nuclear fusion has, traditionally, been used as the core scientific principle behind thermonuclear warheads. But the same technology that powers our weapons of mass destruction could, theoretically, be harnessed to power our cities. This would be the firs...
Tags: Startups, Science, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, ITER, Neural

Xiaomi's Black Shark 4 Is a Gaming Phone With Real Shoulder Buttons

Sometimes it feels like phone makers try to pander to mobile gamers by slapping RGB lighting on an otherwise blah phone stuffed with generic components, but with the Black Shark 4, Xiaomi is trying something new: adding built-in tactile shoulder buttons that might make a real difference.Read more...
Tags: Science, Asus, Samsung, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Xiaomi, Black Shark, ROG Phone, Technology Internet, Rog Phone Ii, Draftiqoo

Robinhood Has Privately Filed To Go Public

Commission-free stock trading app Robinhood said that it had confidentially filed for an initial public offering on Tuesday, apparently ready to capitalize on all of the positive buzz surrounding democratized finance.Read more...
Tags: Lyft, Science, Money, Finance, Airbnb, Robinhood, Palantir, Slack, Gamestop, Financial Markets, Short Selling, Michael Bolton, Business Finance, US Securities, Stock Trader, Rwallstreetbets

Parler's Ex-CEO Sues, Claims He Was Told His Shares Were Only Worth Three Buckaroos

Parler, the pro-Donald Trump social media site that’s served as a sort of all-you-can-eat buffet for brain worms in the past few years, is being sued by its own co-founder and ex-CEO.
Tags: Google, Facebook, Science, United States, Donald Trump, Amazon Web Services, Trumpism, Youtubers, Mark Meckler, Florida Republicans, Dan Bongino, Rebekah Mercer, Parler, John Matze, Jeffrey Wernick, Alt Tech

A Cyberattack Allegedly Knocked Insurance Giant CNA Offline

CNA Financial, one of the largest insurance providers in the U.S., is currently experiencing widespread network disruptions. Read more...
Tags: Science, Insurance, Ransomware, Cybercrime, Cyberattack, Internet Security, Cyberwarfare, Data Security, Computer Security, CNA, CNA Financial Corporation, Cyber Insurance, Business Finance, CNA Financial, Joshua Motta, Technology Internet

Scientists Just Found a New Kind of Rock Under the Pacific Ocean

New basalt just dropped. An international team of scientists drilled nearly a mile into the Pacific seafloor and extracted a variety of the volcanic stone chemically and mineralogically different from any previously known sort.Read more...
Tags: Science, Environment, Pacific, Pacific Ocean, Basalt, JOIDES Resolution, Ivan Savov

An Epic Timeline of the Rock Willing DC’s Black Adam Into Existence

In just a few weeks, Dwayne Johnson will finally roll cameras on his DC movie, Black Adam. That statement seems almost unbelievable—because if you can believe it, the actor and the role have been inseparable for over a decade. In that time, Johnson has taken great pleasure in teasing fans about what’s to come and…Read more...
Tags: Science, Dwayne Johnson, Johnson, Rock Willing DC

Facebook Missed 10.1 Billion Opportunities to Stop Juicing Hoaxes and Propaganda in 2020, Study Finds

If Facebook had moved sooner to restrict hoax, toxic, misleading, or other content attempting to interfere with the 2020 elections, it could have limited its reach by around 10 billion views, according to a report by the advocacy group Avaaz.Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Science, Articles, Joe Biden, Human Behavior, Donald Trump, Misinformation, Deception, Alt Right, Avaaz, Methodology, Fake News, Disinformation, Andy Stone, QAnon, Fadi Quran

The 10 Best Deals of March 23, 2021

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Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Science, Steve Jobs, Samsung, Macintosh, Computers, Macbook, Massage, Computing, Nvidia, Logitech, Amd, Lg, Series

Some of Our Brain Cells Get More Active Hours After We Die, Study Finds

Even after we die, some of our brain cells can experience one last and large momentary burst of life, new research out Tuesday suggests. The study found evidence that certain “zombie genes” in our brain cells are active more frequently soon after death, which causes some cells to immensely expand for hours. The…Read more...
Tags: Science, Biology, Brain, Glia, Human Brain, Branches Of Biology, Health Medical Pharma, Glial Cells, Cerebral Organoid, Jeffrey Loeb, Brain Anatomy, Neurogenomics

Steam Will Let You Stream Games in 8K, but Most Graphics Cards Can't Even Do 4K

Steam released its latest client update yesterday, which mostly included minor bug fixes and and a few new features, but one addition to Steam’s Remote Play is a bit curious. Spotted by PCWorld, Remote Play will now support up to 8K streaming—odd considering just two modern graphics cards actually have the specs to…Read more...
Tags: Science, Computing, Nvidia, Amd, Video Cards, GeForce, Digital Imaging, Ultra High Definition Television, Google Stadia, Radeon RX 6000 Series, 8k Resolution, Graphics Hardware, Graphics Processing Units, Technology Internet, Electronic Engineering

NASA's Mars helicopter has made its first appearance on the red planet. It's set to fly within weeks.

An artist's concept of NASA's Ingenuity Mars Helicopter flying through the Martian skies. NASA/JPL-Caltech NASA's Perseverance Mars rover has revealed the helicopter attached to its belly, called Ingenuity. The drone is set to fly up to five times on Mars, pioneering a new space-exploration technology. Perseverance is en route to the airfield where it will release the helicopter. See more stories on Insider's business page. NASA's Perseverance rover is almost ready to d...
Tags: Science, News, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Space Exploration, Mars, Spaceflight, Helicopter, Wright Brothers, NASA JPL Caltech, Ingenuity, Tech Insider, Mimi Aung, Bob Balaram, Morgan McFall Johnsen

How To Turn Your Mac Into a Streaming Server

Recommended Products: Mac Mini, Samsung T5 SSD
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The Australian Floods Are Devastating Wildlife

Parts of Australia are underwater. The country has seen three feet of rain in just five days, constituting a once-in-a-century event. The waters have wreaked havoc on communities, forced 18,000 people to evacuate, washed away homes, and destroyed infrastructure. On top of all that, they’re also putting wildlife at…Read more...
Tags: Weather, Science, Australia, Environment, Care, Snake, Animal Rescue, Disaster Accident, Nat Blatchford, Quoll, Fauna Of Australia

Apple's Mixed Reality Headset Might Be Light AF

Apple prognosticator Ming-Chi Kuo is not done dispensing rumors about the company’s long-rumored mixed reality headset. This time, per , Kuo has details on the headset’s weight: reportedly less than 150 grams thanks to the use of hybrid ultra-short focal length lenses.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Science, Oculus, Virtual Reality, Headset, Optics, Wearable Devices, Mixed Reality, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, Components, Fresnel Lens, Virtual Reality Headsets, Oculus Quest 2, Computer Peripherals

The Coolest Thing About the OnePlus Watch Is How Fast It Charges

The OnePlus Watch was not a well-kept secret by any means. Renders of it leaked last week, and we’ve heard rumors about the platform the watch is based on for some time now. Now that it’s officially here though, the coolest thing about the OnePlus Watch is the fact that you can get a whole day of battery by charging…Read more...
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How Deepfakes could help implant false memories in our minds

The human brain is a complex, miraculous thing. As best we can tell, it’s the epitome of biological evolution. But it doesn’t come with any security software preinstalled. And that makes it ridiculously easy to hack. We like to imagine the human brain as a giant neural network that speaks its own language. When we talk about developing brain-computer interfaces we’re usually discussing some sort of transceiver that interprets brainwaves. But the fact of the matter is that we’ve been hacking huma...
Tags: Startups, Science, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Neural

NASA Reveals Its Plan for First Helicopter Flight on Mars

So far, human exploration on Mars has been measured in the circular motion of orbiters above the planet and the meandering trails of rovers on the ground below. Early next month, NASA will enter the elusive space between those two realms, with the launch of the box-shaped helicopter Ingenuity.Read more...
Tags: Science, Environment, Nasa, United States, Mars, Spaceflight, Titan, Spacecraft, Dragonfly, Perseverance, Ingenuity, Jezero, Mars rovers, Bob Balaram, Jezero Crater, Lori Glaze

Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched Is an Essential Folk Horror Encyclopedia

Unless you have zero interest in horror history whatsoever, don’t be put off by the running time—three hours and 15 minutes—of Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched: A History of Folk Horror. Think of it not as an extended-play documentary, but as an incredibly detailed visual encyclopedia instead.Read more...
Tags: Science, Film, Horror, It, Thrillers, Candyman, Guy Maddin, Jim Williams, Quatermass, Witchfinder General, Children Of The Corn, Kier La Janisse, Horror Film, Horror fiction, Film Genres, Folk Horror

Apple Plans to Map Game Controller Buttons to Your Mac Keyboard

As part of its ongoing mission to improve how iPad and iPhone apps run on M1 Macs, Apple has added game controller emulation to macOS Big Sur’s current 11.3 beta. Basically, Apple’s trying to make its M1 Macs more like gaming PCs.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ipad, Science, Xbox One, Playstation, Computing, Big Sur, Game Controller, Apple Keyboard, Computer Mice, Gamepad, Video Game Consoles, Home video game consoles, Humancomputer Interaction, Video Game Controllers

Black Widow Is Coming Home on July 9

Well, it’s official. You’ll be able to watch Marvel’s Black Widow, at home, on July 9. Read more...
Tags: Science, Marvel 's Black Widow

Appalachia’s Fracking Industry May Never Be Profitable Again

It’s clear that we need to stop natural gas production to avoid the worst effects of the climate crisis. But a from the Stockholm Environment Institute’s U.S. Center and the Ohio River Valley Institute shows that there’s another reason companies should stop extracting shale gas in the nation’s Appalachian…Read more...
Tags: Science, Environment, Natural Gas, Shale Gas, Hydraulic Fracturing, APPALACHIA, Business Finance, Fuels, Peter Erickson, Industrial Gases, Fuel Gas, Shale Gas By Country, Marcellus Natural Gas Trend, Eric De Place, Stockholm Environment Institute 's U S Center, Ohio River Valley Institute

Radio Shack Once Again Crawls Out of the Grave

Radio Shack, the once-popular electronics chain, went bankrupt in 2015 and again in 2017. The physical stores, once a nerd’s paradise full of electronic components and computer gear, closed one by one, and a company called Retail Ecommerce Ventures (REV) bought the brand and most of the company’s assets.Read more...
Tags: Science, Articles, Economy, Best Buy, Online Shopping, Adweek, The Source, Shopping Mall, RadioShack, Alex Mehr, Retailing, Century 21, Business Finance, Pier 1 Imports, Retail Ecommerce Ventures REV

A stunning image of the Milky Way took 12 years to photograph. It shows the ghost of a supernova.

Metsavainio's mosaic captures a portion of the Milky Way. J-P Metsavainio Photographer J-P Metsavainio captured images of the Milky Way for 12 years to create a new mosaic. It shows 20 million stars in the galaxy and also features the remains of three supernovas. See more stories on Insider's business page. The Milky Way galaxy is nearly 2 million light-years across. To visualize even a small chunk of this collection of asteroids, stars, planets, dust, and gas, photographers have t...
Tags: Photography, Astronomy, Science, News, Trends, Earth, Universe, Arctic Circle, Constellation, Milky Way Galaxy, Supernova, Cygnus, Nebula, Oulu Finland, California Nebula, Aria Bendix

NASA plans first flight of Mars helicopter Ingenuity on April 8

As exciting as the entire Perseverance mission to Mars is, one of the events most looked forward to by us Earthlings must be the first flight of Ingenuity. After conducting numerous checks and double-checks, the Perseverance team has set April 8 as the date on which they hope to attempt the first controlled powered flight on another planet. If all goes well, then in about two weeks Ingenuity will make its first hovering flight about 10 feet above the Martian soil. But the meantime will be chock ...
Tags: Space, Science, Tech, Nasa, Earth, Mars, Robotics, Aerospace, Mars Rover, Jpl, Wright, Perseverance, Ingenuity, Mars Helicopter, Bob Balaram

ViacomCBS Is Selling $3 Billion in Stock to Fund Paramount+, a Service Some People Evidently Don't Know Exists

The parent company behind Paramount+ has announced it’s looking to raise $3 billion to help fund operations, including for its new streaming service—that some consumers evidently have no idea exists.Read more...
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Let’s All Be More Like a Global Investment Bank

Now that the vaccine rollout is real and bosses are tentatively setting rough return dates, you may find yourself searching your desiccated soul for your old self, a presumably enthusiastic worker on a “schedule” with a “lunchtime” and a love of “interfacing.” If this describes you, then you should know Jane Fraser,…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Work, Science, Articles, Joe Biden, Citigroup, Derek, Jane Fraser, Telecommuting, Workplace Bullying, Web Conferencing, Micromanagement, HA HA HA, Zoom Fatigue, Human Activities, Videotelephony

Oil Giant Shell Hacked Thanks to Flaw-Ridden Accellion System

Royal Dutch Shell, the petrochemical giant (and one of the largest companies in the world), is the latest in a string of high-profile victims to have suffered a data breach in connection with beleaguered cloud provider Accellion. Read more...
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