Last month I wrote about the 86% decline in populations of migratory fish since 1970. Turns out that was just a trailer for the feature film.
In September, WWF released its Living Planet Report, which includes the grim statistic that essentially all vertebrate species that depend on freshwater ecosystems are following the same precipitous plunge as migratory fish.
How the world developed its energy systems, particularly hydropower dams that fragmented rivers, is one of the primary reasons for this dramatically dropping trendline.
How the world designs, builds and operates its future energy systems will be key to halting, and ultimately reversing that trendline.
The current decline in freshwater populations is tracked by the “Living Planet Index” (LPI), which provides insights into the health of global wildlife, much like an index fund provides insights into the health of financial markets. And just as an index fund reflects the prices
OnePlus will officially unveil the OnePlus 8T smartphone on October 14th. With the virtual launch event just around the corner, the OnePlus 8T camera specifications are now leaked online. According to leakster Mukul Sharma, OnePlus 8T will sport a quad-camera setup on the rear.
It will be the first non-Pro smartphone from OnePlus to come stacked with four camera sensors on the rear. The company will continue using the 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor as its primary camera. Introduced with the OnePlus 7 in May 2019, the Sony IMX586 is part of every flagship OnePus smartphone from then on.
OnePlus 8T camera specifications reveal surprising decision
The OnePlus 8T also features a 16MP ultra-wide-angle camera, a 5MP macro camera, and a 2MP black and white camera. From the leaked images, the LED flash on the rear is accompanied by one more circular element. As of now, its purpose is not
Udonis Haslem is honest about it: Elections simply have not been overly important to him.
That is, until now.
He’s been a registered voter since 2004, so it’s not like he’s been unaware of the process or how it works. But it’s also been far from a passion project for Haslem, the Miami Heat forward who serves as a team captain and tries to set an example for every other player in the locker room. So, this year, that meant getting involved in the election process.
“Growing up in my household, voting was never a conversation,” Haslem said. “Voting was never a conversation when I went
A Milwaukee tech incubator has announced a new partnership with Marquette University and the opening of an application for its next STEAM & Dream session.
STEAM & Dream is the brainchild of Nadiyah Johnson, the founder of Jet Constellations and the Milky Way Tech Hub, who is on a mission to diversify the tech industry. The program supports K-12 students and young adults interested in science, technology, engineering, arts and math, or STEAM.
The program has already led two virtual sessions, the first of which outlined the basics of computer science, while the second focused on learning the computer coding language of Python.
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In 2016, Google’s newly appointed hardware chief, Rick Osterloh, stood on a stage in San Francisco and unveiled a product that many people in the industry never thought would come: a Google-branded phone.
For years, a “GPhone” to compete with the iPhone had been a mythic prospect — a device that Android fanboys believed could properly take on Apple’s smartphone. The Pixel, with its premium build and high-end price tag, seemed primed to contend. It was glossy and chic, even drawing comparisons to the iPhone’s appearance. It had a remarkable camera with advanced photography software. But it entered a market already dominated by the likes of Apple and Samsung, two of the most popular phone makers in the world.
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Home and Away will see Colby Thorne’s affair with Taylor Rosetta caught on camera.
In scenes airing this week in Australia and in a month’s time in the UK, Colby (Tim Franklin) continues to try and stay ahead of Detective Angelo Rosetta’s investigation into Ross Nixon’s murder (via TV Week).
Colby has seduced Angelo’s wife Taylor (Annabelle Stephenson) as a result, although Taylor remains unaware of Colby’s true motivations.
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That all changes when it emerges that Bella Nixon (Courtney Miller), Willow Harris (Sarah Roberts), and Dean Thompson (Patrick O’Connor) all know about the affair.
After witnessing Colby and Dean’s heated confrontation, Taylor decides to break things off with Colby.
In a twist, Taylor is surprised when Colby tries to fight for their romance.
This has been a history-making year in more ways than one. The unprecedented coronavirus pandemic initially clobbered equities and sent them into a first-quarter tailspin. The 34% the benchmark S&P 500 lost in under five weeks represents the quickest bear market decline of at least 30% in history.
Following this historic plunge, investors saw the S&P 500 recoup everything that was initially lost (and then some) in a roughly five-month rally. This marked the quickest recovery on record from a bear market bottom to fresh highs.
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Now history appears to be repeating itself. You see, over the past eight bear markets dating back to 1960, there have been a grand total of 13 corrections ranging between 10% and 19.9% within three years. This is to say that bear market bounces don’t simply go straight up. Every bounce inevitably leads to one or two sizable corrections.
It saved lives in past epidemics of lung-damaging viruses. Now, the life-support option known as ECMO appears to be doing the same for many of the critically ill COVID-19 patients who receive it, according to a new international study.
The 1,035 patients in the study faced a staggeringly high risk of death, as ventilators and other care failed to support their lungs. But after they were placed on ECMO, their actual death rate was less than 40%. That’s similar to the rate for patients treated with ECMO in past outbreaks of lung-damaging viruses, and other severe forms of viral pneumonia.
The new study published in The Lancet provides strong support for the use of ECMO — short for extracorporeal membrane oxygenation — in appropriate patients as the pandemic rages on worldwide.
It may help more hospitals that have ECMO capability understand which of their COVID-19 patients might benefit from the