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In 2003, scientists at London’s Imperial College hatched a somewhat out-there idea. They wanted to deal with the increasingly pesticide-resistant mosquitoes that were killing half a million people a year by spreading malaria in sub-Saharan Africa. What biologists Austin Burt and Andrea Crisanti proposed was nothing short of hacking...
It didn’t hurt. I thought someone dropped a small cardboard box on my head. It felt sharp and light. I was sitting on the floor, along the back of the crowd, and then an Intel Shooting Star Mini drone dropped on my head. Audi put on a massive show to...
E-scooters are one way to get around -- but not if you're drunk. Image: Dylan Rivera / Portland Bureau of Transportation By Sasha Lekach2018-09-28 23:39:36 UTC Yes, you can get busted for scooting while drunk.  With scooters swooping into more and more cities, it's no surprise that people are behaving badly on the...

This is not fine

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A UN report compiled by a coalition of international climate and policy experts has warned that “rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society” are required if global warming is to be limited to just 1.5°C. The report also sets out some of the dire consequences for both...
Why Use Email Validation Services?
A lot of web administrators and business owners are unaware of how bounce emails or undeliverable emails adversely affect their digital marketing efforts. Its effects may not be apparent but it actually hurts your sender reputation causing email delivery problems. Considering the importance of emails in your digital marketing, many...
For the first time, scientists have spotted something wobbling around the black hole at the core of our galaxy. Their measurements suggest that this stuff—perhaps made of blobs of plasma—is spinning not far from the innermost orbit allowed by the laws of physics. If so, this affords astronomers their...
Delete or ignore. Image: GEBRUEDER BEETZ FILMPRODUKTION By Sasha Lekach2018-11-13 00:21:11 UTC "Out of sight, out of mind" doesn't work when cleaning out the darkest corners of social media platforms.  That's what the documentary The Cleaners, which airs Monday night on PBS, reveals about content moderators in the Philippines who are relentlessly bombarded...
In the early 2000s, a handful of young scientists at Stanford turned the university’s Palo Alto campus into the mouse-stitching-together capital of the world. Reviving a centuries-old procedure known as parabiosis, they connected the circulatory systems of dozens of pairs of rodents, young sutured to old, so that they’d...
Our in-house Know-It-Alls answer questions about your interactions with technology. Q: Did the CDC really just ban… romaine lettuce? A: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention didn’t ban lettuce or recall it—it doesn’t have the regulatory power to do either of those things—but two days before Thanksgiving, it put out...
Gravity is pretty complicated if you think about it. The motion of a ball falling on the surface of the Earth is caused by the same interaction as the moon orbiting the Earth. That's crazy. It's even crazier to realize that humans figured out that these two motions (falling...

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