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Chemical pollution has passed safe limit for humanity, say scientists
The cocktail of chemical pollution that pervades the planet now threatens the stability of global ecosystems upon which humanity depends, scientists have said.
'She will not become dull and unattractive': The charming history of menopause and HRT | Niki Bezzant
or centuries the symptoms of menopause were documented, but women went through it with little intervention.
Microsoft warns of destructive disk wiper targeting Ukraine
Over the past few months, geopolitical tensions have escalated as Russia amassed tens of thousands of troops along Ukraine's border and made subtle but far-reaching threats if Ukraine and NATO don't agree to Kremlin demands.
Why giving AI 'human ethics' is probably a terrible idea
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Tristan covers human-centric artificial intelligence advances, quantum computing, STEM, Spiderman, physics, and space stuff.
Two chemicals in marijuana could help prevent COVID-19, but there's a catch
A new agent of protection against COVID-19 might be marijuana, a new study suggests, though its effectiveness is rooted in how you use it.
Fourth Pfizer dose is insufficient to ward off omicron, Israeli trial suggests
A fourth dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine was insufficient to prevent infection with the omicron variant of Covid-19, according to preliminary data from a trial in Israel released Monday.
Facebook Parenting Groups Are The New Target For Extremist Misinformation - Social Media Explorer
After becoming more extremist, previously mainstream parenting groups via Facebook have changed to become less popular.
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Facebook mom group is a mixed bag of criticism, support and bad advice.
Safari 15 could leak Google account info to malicious sites
An improperly implemented API that stores data on browsers has caused a vulnerability in Safari 15 that leaks user internet activity and personal identifiers.
Analysis | Cyberattacks on Ukraine Could Spread Globally
In cyberwarfare, the toughest question to answer definitively is "Who did it?"
Welcome to the Public Domain, Winnie-the-Pooh
In 2019, for the first time in 20 years, U.S. copyright law allowed formerly copyrighted works to join the public domain.