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    Doom Goblin Greta Thunberg’s first big TV show has proved to be a massive turn off for viewers. The BBC was so confident of the Doom Goblin’s pulling power that it commissioned three, one-hour-long episodes of its documentary series Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change The World.  The series follows the pigtailed climate puppet from...
    MUMBAI (AP) — India’s worst-hit and richest state Maharashtra will impose stricter restrictions for 15 days on Wednesday in an effort to stem the surge of coronavirus infections that is threatening to overcome hospitals. Top state officials stressed that the closure of most industries, businesses, public places and limits on the movement of people didn’t...
    Sometimes science practitioners make mistakes, some years, something that has been scientifically accepted for decades, and then it turns out to be a lie. Even large skulls like Albert Einstein or Isaac Newton were wrong, of course countless “scientific facts” can now be quoted here, which turned out not to be so over time …...
    Republican Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul went on a rant and leveled unsubstantiated claims at Dr. Anthony Fauci on Tuesday for allegedly “fear-mongering.” Paul said on Fox News’ “Cavuto: Coast to Coast” that Fauci made statements that weren’t “matched by the science of his own institute,” and went so far as to say Fauci “should be...
    Loading the player... Twelve-year-old Alena Wicker has dreamed of working for NASA since she was a little girl. Now, a post-graduation opportunity is giving the extraordinary pre-teen a jumpstart to her dream career. Read More: Victor Glover becomes first Black astronaut on NASA’s extended space station Wicker shared with Good Morning America more on her exciting post-secondary plans....
    Dr. Anthony Fauci defended the decision to pause the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine by the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control on Tuesday. “I don’t think it was pulling the trigger too quickly,” Fauci said, adding “[W]e’re ruled by the science, not by any other consideration.” Fauci and COVID-19 [Chinese coronavirus] Response Coordinator Jeff...
    FREMONT — A big real estate investor with a global reach has bought two large office and research buildings in Fremont’s Ardenwood district, which has become a hotbed for tech and life sciences tenants. The property deal shows that Silicon Valley buildings with life science or tech tenants are drawing the interest of buyers despite...
    GENEVA — With COVID-19, space exploration and climate change high on many minds, a so-called “do tank” in Geneva, bankrolled by Switzerland’s government, is gearing up to develop long-term scientific projects, ranging from a global court for scientific disputes to a Manhattan Project-style effort to rid excess carbon from the atmosphere. Backers of the...
    When the U.S. government enacted a ban on evictions, it did so through an unlikely agency: the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC has said the policy, first enacted in September and recently extended through the end of June, helps stop the spread of the coronavirus by limiting the number of people who...
    Sandwich meat brand Steak-umm took aim at acclaimed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson during a Monday evening Twitter spat. It began with a simple call for the scientist to “Log off, bro,” in response to his tweet claiming, “The good thing about Science is that it’s true, whether or not you believe in it.” (RELATED: Neil...
    The Daily Beast Arizona Is Already in a New Normal Bill Clark/GettyEach night at precisely 8 p.m., in the Mule Mountains of Arizona and the quirky town of Bisbee, a joyful fracas echoes across the steep walls of Tombstone Canyon. Some howl, some bark, some yip, like scattered coyotes caterwauling in the desert night.At the...
    Throughout the pandemic, media and technology companies have impulsively discredited some narratives while prematurely promoting others. By some strange coincidence, these decisions almost uniformly align with left-wing policy objectives. Last week, YouTube removed a video of a recent roundtable discussion between Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and several doctors and epidemiologists known for their anti-lockdown opinions.   The panel...
    It has become a priority for scientists to search for microbial life forms on Mars, whether they are living microbes or fossils. However, William Romoser, an entomologist at Ohio University, suggested that humanity had already achieved its goal: we were talking about giant beetles. That’s about it In the article Scientist. Also read: ...
    The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) announced Monday that it would pull championships out of states that ban transgender athletes from competing. A statement from the NCAA Board of Governors said the organization “firmly and unequivocally supports the opportunity for transgender student-athletes to compete in college sports.” “The NCAA has a long-standing policy that provides...
    Sen. Rand Paul slammed Dr. Anthony Fauci for ignoring “100 years of vaccine science” and accused Fauci of being a “petty tyrant.” “Fauci continues to ignore 100 years of vaccine science. His only real theme is 'do what I say' even when it makes no sense,” Paul said on Twitter Monday. “If you’ve recovered or...
    Monday marks the first night of Ramadan — the month of fasting, prayer, reflection, and community for Muslims worldwide. For members of the D.C.-area Islamic community, this year’s observation will be a far cry from 2020’s, which was almost entirely virtual. For the All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) Center, which includes several mosques in...
    Cumulonimbus clouds caused by rain that caused the Augusta Augusta helicopter crash? Camulonimbus is a form of contagious rain. Like rain falling from the sky. When such rain falls in half an hour, there will be strong winds and sometimes lightning. No lightning yesterday. Helicopters like the Augusta will not be affected by the rain....
    Some would say coronaviruses are our mortal enemy. After all, tens of millions of Americans have contracted COVID-19 and hundreds of thousands have died. Similarly, tens of millions have lost their jobs and hundreds of thousands of businesses have closed. One estimate puts the total cost of the pandemic at $16 trillion, roughly equal to...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. -- A junior at Valley Christian High School in San Jose wanted to speed up the reporting of sexual assaults, so she created an app she says does just that."It will trigger a loud alarm to first of all scare off whoever's bothering them in that moment, and it'll also send their...
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    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- A junior at Valley Christian High School in San Jose wanted to speed up the reporting of sexual assaults, so she created an app she says does just that."It will trigger a loud alarm to first of all scare off whoever's bothering them in that moment, and it'll also send...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A new COVID-19 vaccine initiative is launching Saturday in Chicago.Mayor Lori Lightfoot and others will kick off the Vaccine Faith Initiative at 9 a.m.EMBED More News Videos Chicago Mayor Lightfoot and Walgreens leadership will kick off a new COVID vaccine initiative Saturday at a Garfield Park church. This is part of the...
    (CNN)Coming soon: Watch out for the upcoming launch of Wonder Theory, the first-ever CNN space and science newsletter. Subscribe here and be among the first to receive the week's most fascinating stories, delivered straight to your inbox every Saturday morning.Welcome to Wonder Theory, your weekly space and science digest.In a matter of days, robots achieved...
    With a focus on Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game and the season well underway, the fact that some stadiums are at greater fan capacity while others are still heavily restricted naturally raises questions. MLB announced that the 2021 season would begin with fans returning to the stands despite some fears over the continuing coronavirus pandemic....
    Participants in this year's Boston Marathon will be required to show proof of up to two negative COVID-19 tests before the race, even if they have been vaccinated.  The historic race will also carry a new $25 fee to cover costs associated with preventing the spread of the coronavirus, and organizers have decided to eliminate...
    This article was medically reviewed by Debra Jaliman, MD, a board-certified dermatologist with a private practice in New York City. Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate...
    As of Thursday, Civiqs showed 41% of Republicans saying that they would definitely not accept a COVID-19 vaccine, while another 10% remain unsure. With the remaining Republicans saying they will accept the vaccine down to just 18%, red states are starting to see a problem that the rest of the nation would love to have—a...
    MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian-U.S. trio of space travelers launched successfully Friday, heading for the International Space Station. NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei and Russian cosmonauts Oleg Novitskiy and Pyotr Dubrov blasted off as scheduled at 12:42 p.m. (0742 GMT, 3:42 a.m. EDT) aboard the Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft from the Russia-leased Baikonur launch facility in...
    Open. The. Schools. It’s been more than a year since schools closed for the COVID-19 virus. Across the country and across the world, schools have opened up, full-time, for students. But those of us unlucky enough to live in places with powerful teachers unions and, more importantly, weak leadership, have heard excuse after excuse how it’s just not possible...
    “As the N.F.L. makes plans to return to stadiums at full capacity this season, researchers published findings that ‘fan attendance at N.F.L. games led to episodic spikes’ in the number of Covid-19 cases,” the far-left New York Times reports. (I don’t link to fake news.) There is just one teensy-tiny, itty-bitty, little problem with this so-called...
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    Elon Musk has now said he does support COVID-19 vaccines because the 'science is unequivocal', just one month after he stoked fears about 'negative reactions' to second shots. The Tesla boss sought to clarify his views to his over 50 million Twitter followers Wednesday insisting 'I do support vaccines in general & covid vaccines specifically'...
    JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s top court on Thursday upheld a Cabinet minister’s decision to temporarily block a prominent academic from receiving the country’s highest honor after he called on the EU to halt funding for an Israeli university located in the occupied West Bank. The ruling by Israel’s Supreme Court drew accusations that the country’s...
    WASHINGTON — Two House Republicans are demanding that the Environmental Protection Agency provide records related to a decision by the agency’s new leader to remove dozens of scientists and other experts from two key advisory boards. EPA Administrator Michael Regan has said the advisers appointed under the Trump administration were overly friendly to business and that...
    Bay Area News Group science writer Lisa M. Krieger has won first place for beat reporting from the prestigious Association of Health Care Journalists for her extensive, insightful stories about COVID-19, from explaining the potential impact of the mysterious virus before it even landed on U.S. soil to helping readers understand the plight of long-haulers...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Two House Republicans are demanding that the Environmental Protection Agency provide records related to a decision by the agency’s new leader to remove dozens of scientists and other experts from two key advisory boards. EPA Administrator Michael Regan has said the advisers appointed under the Trump administration were overly friendly to business...
    After multiple network cancelations, cult-favorite comedy show Mystery Science Theater 3000 turned to Kickstarter in 2015 to fund a comeback. After raising more than $6 million, a feat that helped it break several of the platform’s records, Netflix picked up the series. However, that triumph was short-lived, with the streaming giant canceling the series in...
    MSNBC host Nicole Wallace told viewers on Tuesday that if someone from outer space parachuted to Earth and had to pick the "most sort of destructive force on the planet," they might choose the Republican Party, her former home. Speaking with guest Dr. Kavita Patel on vaccine distribution, Wallace claimed Republicans are "killing people" with their opposition to vaccine...
    Top Republicans on the House Oversight Committee are accusing the Biden administration of politicizing the scientific panels that advise the Environmental Protection Agency by purging them of all Trump-appointed members. EPA Administrator Michael Regan, in a rare move last week, immediately dismissed all members of the Science Advisory Board and the Clean Air Scientific Advisory...
    MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace claimed Tuesday that an outsider might view Republicans as “the most sort of destructive force on our planet.” Citing the Republican”wars against climate science and their wars against reproductive freedom,” Wallace argued that former President Donald Trump had left a trail of “literal carnage” by continuing to hold rallies during the coronavirus...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Data analysis has been critical to tracking and understanding the spread of COVID-19. Data science has become a fast-growing field few people can describe.A new children's book is trying to demystify data for young people and maybe even some adults. Education is part of Building a Better Bay Area.Marketing executive Ryan...
    MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace said on Tuesday that if someone landed on earth and asked what the most destructive force on the planet is, they might look at the Republican party. Wallace brought up vaccine hesitancy after President Joe Biden’s address on Tuesday, noting there are people hesitant about getting the vaccination for different reasons. Dt....
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