Most likely to answer positively to the question "Bill Gates wants to use a mass vaccination campaign against COVID-19 to implant microchips in people that would be used to track people with a digital ID" were those that watched Fox News for their TV news at 50%, followed by Republicans and those who voted for Trump on 44%. … [Read more...] about US poll says only 1 in 4 Republican voters disbelieve Bill Gates coronavirus conspiracy
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Honor Frost (1917-2010)Honor Frost was the first to usher in an era of underwater archaeology, using her skills as a diver to pioneer the excavation and reconstruction of submerged shipwrecks, according to an obituary published by the Guardian in 2010. Frost got her start in archaeology working under Kathleen Kenyon in Jericho in 1957, and she later moved on to explore sites in Lebanon, working with Beirut's Institut Français d'Archéologie. Beginning in the 1960s, Frost incorporated archaeology with her love of deep-sea diving, leading dives and organizing excavations of sites and shipwrecks in the Mediterranean that included the discovery of the lost palace of Alexander and Ptolemy in the Port of Alexandria, the Honor Frost Foundation says. … [Read more...] about Move Over, ‘Tomb Raider’: Here Are 11 Pioneering Women Archaeologists
"I have never heard of ventilators being shared between multiple patients as the process of ventilation is very personal — the controls and sensors are set to satisfy an individual patient['s] needs and wellbeing," Mark Tooley, a fellow at the Royal Academy of Engineering in the United Kingdom, told MailOnline in response to the video and study. "'The risk of infection would also be high if used for seriously ill patients. In theory it could be possible, but it would be a very complex procedure, fraught with issues." … [Read more...] about Sharing a single ventilator between 4 patients is possible. But it could be disastrous.
Nearby Nice There’s no denying that the Principality of Monaco is a strange place. At less than one square mile in size, you could feasibly walk across it in an hour. Hotel and Airbnb options are slim and laughably overpriced, so I stayed in nearby Nice, France, which offers its own picturesque views of the French Riviera and a much wider array of affordable hotel options. Only a half-hour train ride from Monaco, it is an ideal home base for Grand Prix weekend. (Do not, under any circumstances, try to drive into Monaco on race day; the train is a much, much better experience.) … [Read more...] about Can a trip to the iconic Monaco Grand Prix cure an F1 cynic?
Two trends are interacting in the car world right now, and I'm fascinated by the questions being raised as a result. First, people are keeping their cars longer. At the same time, new cars are more like mobile computers than the purely mechanical machines most people are familiar with—Ars boss Ken Fisher told me once that cars would be the first properly successful wearable device, and I think he's being proved right. This often results in a degree of culture shock when people used to the old way of doing things get exposed to a new car, particularly if they didn't see anything wrong with the status quo. … [Read more...] about Does too much technology make a car artificial?