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Google Employees Have Become the Company’s Moral CompassGoogle Employees Have Become the Company’s Moral Compass

Reported by Futurism
DRAGONFLY IN THE OINTMENT. Employees are once again taking a stand against Google for engaging in morally questionable behavior. Their last protest centered on the company’s willingness to help the U.S. military improve its drone program through Project Maven. This time around, they’re taking.. »more

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MILLION

Arecibo Observatory to get $5.8 Million Upgrade to Expand View

Arecibo Observatory to get $5.8 Million Upgrade to Expand View
Orlando FL (SPX) Aug 17, 2018

The National Science Foundation has awarded a team of scientists $5.8 million to design and mount a supersensitive antenna at the focal point of the Arecibo Observatory's 1,000-foot-diameter dish, which is managed by the University of Central Florida. The..
Space Daily

 
BETTER OFF

School runnings: Why Kiwi kids are better off in barefeet

School runnings: Why Kiwi kids are better off in barefeet
A bee-stings-and-bullrush childhood spent running about in barefeet seems a thing of yesteryear New Zealand.But new research has suggested Kiwi kids' contemporary choice of footwear - or lack of it - isn't too far from that at all.What's...
New Zealand Herald

 
TWITTER

Twitter continues to cull users in a bid to clean up the platform 

Twitter continues to cull users in a bid to clean up the platform 
At Twitter headquarters in San Francisco, the firm has been purging the platform of users who have previously been banned or suspended.
MailOnline

 
FIRST TIME

Scientists detail full genome of wheat for first time

Scientists detail full genome of wheat for first time
Washington (AFP) Aug 16, 2018

In a breakthrough that experts say will help feed the growing global population in the coming decades, scientists Thursday revealed they have cracked the full genome of wheat for the first time. Wheat feeds more than a third of the global human population,..
Terra Daily

 
PEOPLE / DEMENTIA
Why some people with brain markers of Alzheimer's have no dementia
A new study has uncovered why some people that have brain markers of Alzheimer's disease (AD) never develop the classic dementia that others do. The results showed that resilient individuals had a unique synaptic protein signature that set them apart from both demented AD patients and normal subjects..
Science Daily

 
ARETHA FRANKLIN
Tributes pour in for 'gift from God' Aretha Franklin
Tributes have poured in for Aretha Franklin after the legendary singer died at home on Thursday at the age of 76.
France 24

 
GENOA BRIDGE COLLAPSE
Genoa bridge collapse sounds the alarm on aging infrastructure in Europe
The collapse of the Morandi Bridge in Genoa, Italy highlights the challenges of maintaining aging infrastructure and the importance of proper inspection and upkeep.
France 24

 
TURKISH
Turkish Crisis, An Unprecedented Test For Erdogan Regime
Worldcrunch.com / SUDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG

-Analysis-

Turkey is a country with extreme social differences. If the inflation rate rises, the lira tumbles and price stickers in supermarkets are rewritten daily, which means those who already have little can afford less and less...
Worldcrunch






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