How reality TV is changing the way we consume fashion

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‘Big gap’ remains as Brexit deal talks to continue

Meanwhile, the UK and EU negotiating teams are due to meet again in Brussels today, as efforts continue to reach a deal before a summit on Thursday and Friday. The government says that, if it can strike an agreement at the summit, it will introduce a withdrawal agreement bill to be voted on next Saturday in a special Parliamentary session. It is seen as the last chance to do this before Brexit is due to happen at 23:00 GMT on 31 October. Queen’s Speech 2019: What can we expect? Could MPs reject the Queen’s Speech? Amnesty for veterans ‘won’t be in Queen’s speech’ PM says ‘significant’ work to do on Brexit deal On Sunday, Mr Johnson told cabinet ministers he …

Owning A Dog Linked To Longer Life, Especially For Heart Attack Survivors

Owning a dog may be among the best remedies for those who have experienced a heart attack or stroke, according to new research. Overall, owning a dog is associated with lowering the risk of a second heart attack or stroke by nearly one-third and sees a 24 percent reduced risk of death when compared with those living alone, according to two comprehensive studies published in the American Heart Association’s journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes. The first study looked at more than 300,0000 Swedish residents between the ages of 40 and 85 who had previously experienced a heart attack or ischemic stroke using data published in the Swedish National Patient Register, a comprehensive database of Swedish health. Researchers found the …

Early Humans Stored Marrow In Bones Like Canned Food 400,000 Years Ago

Ancient humans may have been more complex than the science world has previously given them credit for. Evidence from Israel’s Qesem Cave points to prehistoric humans who prepared and stored animal bones for the consumption of marrow in times of food scarcity. Animal fat found in bone marrow and grease is a significant source of nutrition with a higher calorific value than protein or carbohydrates. Humans from 400,000 years ago had the capability to store bones from deer and other prey for up to nine weeks to consume during lean times, according to new research published in Science Advances. “Bone marrow constitutes a significant source of nutrition and as such was long featured in the prehistoric diet,” said study author Ran …

“Both His Beautiful Girls Were in the Fight of Their Lives”: Teen Faces Losing Sister & Girlfriend, But Gods Plan Prevails

ShareTweetPin “In October of 2015, I thought our life was finally going to be ‘perfect.’ I married my best friend and the best example of how to be strong, kind, hardworking, respectful, and fun for my kiddos. I had plans, and God laughed. But, that’s ok. We can roll with it. Sometimes it’s more of an awkward fall forward, but we get there. My daughter, Carson, was 10 in the spring of 2016 and had been having abdominal issues. She woke up screaming in pain one night. We found her in the bathroom curled up in the fetal position. I raced through town to the ER. Mario Andretti has nothing on a mama with her sick baby. The first thing …

Report: WeWork expected to cut 500 tech roles

The WeWork saga continues this week with new reports the company may slash as many as 500 tech roles. The co-working business, whose eccentric co-founder and chief executive officer Adam Neumann stepped down two weeks ago, is expected to let go of 350 employees within its corporate division, The Information reports. Initial cuts will be within the software engineering, product management and data science teams. Another 150 roles may be dissolved as the company looks to sell several assets, including Managed by Q, Teem, SpaceIQ, Conductor and Meetup . New York-based WeWork has roughly 15,000 employees and expects to make as many as 2,000 layoffs, per reports, as the business attempts to cut costs and rewrite its narrative ahead of …

Descartes Labs snaps up $20M more for its AI-based geospatial imagery analytics platform

Satellite imagery holds a wealth of information that could be useful for industries, science and humanitarian causes, but one big and persistent challenge with it has been a lack of effective ways to tap that disparate data for specific ends. That’s created a demand for better analytics, and now, one of the startups that has been building solutions to do just that is announcing a round of funding as it gears up for expansion. Descartes Labs, a geospatial imagery analytics startup out of Santa Fe, New Mexico, is today announcing that it has closed a $20 million round of funding, money that CEO and founder Mark Johnson described to me as a bridge round ahead of the startup closing and …

Naomie Harris: ‘After Moonlight, I just wanted to open a nail salon’

Despite hating guns, Harris stars as a tough cop up for a fight in her new action thriller. She talks about how she almost quit acting after Moonlight, the pain of her familys past and Bond getting woke Later this month, Naomie Harris appears in her first starring role in a film. She is 43. What has taken her so long? Not laziness. Harris has always been a grafter, acting on TV from the age of nine, saving every penny to pay for university (social and political science at Cambridge, one of only two black students in her year). The work ethic, she says, comes from her mother, who discovered she was pregnant when doing her A-levels and raised her …

NASA announces first all-female spacewalk after spacesuit controversy

Astronauts Christina Koch, right, and, Jessica Meir pose on the International Space Station. The first all-female spacewalk is back on, six months after a flap over spacesuits led to an embarrassing cancellation. (NASA via AP) Koch was supposed to do a spacewalk with another female crewmate in March. But NASA had to scrap the plan just a few days in advance because there wasn’t enough time to get a second medium-size spacesuit ready. The second medium was put together on board in June. NASA IS READY TO TEST ITS FIRST ALL-ELECTRIC EXPERIMENTAL X-PLANE: ‘A SIGNIFICANT EVENT’ NASA’s deputy chief astronaut Megan McArthur told reporters the all-female spacewalk will be a milestone. But she noted that women are so integrated at …

College: Sorry, Well Pick Up Profs 10-Year Strip-Club Tab

An engineering professor at Philadelphias Drexel University allegedly spent a decade using federal grant money on the citys strip clubs and sports bars, and the school has agreed to cover his $189,062 tab to the government in order to avoid a lawsuit, the Department of Justice the money on energy, science, and naval researchnot Philadelphia Inquirer. Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

Chemtrail Truthers Are Coming After Greta Thunberg

They believe human actions are changing the environment. They believe we need to take urgent action to save the planet for future generations. So why do so many chemtrail conspiracy theorists think climate change is a big hoax? For weeks, attacks on teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg have been the most popular posts on the most popular Facebook page for the chemtrail conspiracy theory. At nearly 183,000 members, the page is a stronghold for people who believe the government or other agencies are spraying chemicals out of planes for nefarious purposes (perhaps mind control, perhaps weather control, depending on which believer you ask). And as Thunberg and President Donald Trump and an Infowars-on-ketamine conspiracy site over the past decade. Despite …

Goats chew up Greek island into disaster

Goats on a road near Kato Meria village, on Samothraki island, northeastern Greece, this past September. (AP Photo/Iliana Mier) Semi-wild, the goats roam across the island, which is roughly three times the size of Manhattan, and can be spotted on rooftops, in trees or on top of cars as they scour the landscape for anything to eat. Their unchecked overgrazing is causing crisis-level erosion. Torrential rains two years ago swept away the island’s town hall and severed its roads. There were no trees or vegetation left on the steep, goat-eaten hillsides to stop the mudslides caused by the downpour. “There are no big trees to hold the soil. And it’s a big problem, both financial and real because (the mud) …

The budding industry of cannabis tech

Brian Kateman It’s worth noting at this point that many of the health benefits of CBD and cannabis in general are not scientifically proven in statistically significant, peer-reviewed studies. This is for a number of reasons, most significantly that marijuana is still a Schedule 1 controlled substance under federal law in the U.S., making legality an issue in its study.

Net neutrality advocates say to remain wary of ‘bad legislation’ in wake of court’s decision

A number of net neutrality advocates are vowing to fight any potential bad net neutrality legislation that hypothetically could make its way through Congress in the wake of Tuesdays decision from theUnited States Court of Appeals District of Columbia Circuit. Earlier this week the court issued a decision stemming fromMozilla Corporation v. FCC. The court largely upheld the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) repeal of net neutrality but did throw out a portion of its repeal that blocked states from enacting their own laws. Immediately following the decision, digital rights group Fight for the Future warned that it could be an opportunity for telecom lobbyists to try and help push through Trojan horse and bad legislation in Congress. There are a …

The Zodiac signs as conspiracy theories

The question has also been posed on Twitter by comedian Cathy Heller. Conspiracy theories are just astrology for white guys — Cathy Humes (@CrappyFumes) September 10, 2019 Daily DotBoth astrology and conspiracy theories rely on specific observable detailslike planetary movements or factoids from sensational news storiesto extrapolate a greater truth. The same reasons some dudes gawk at astrology are the exact reasons why conspiracy theories feel so absurd to non-believers: in order to believe in either, you have to allow for some suspension of disbelief. So whether youre a white dude who hates astrology, a recovering zodiac-memes addict, or simply a non-binary with a love for falling down Wikipedia holes, Ive created a new zodiac for . What follows is …