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May 2021
Source: smithsonianmag.com https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/new-evidence-suggests-sharks-use-earths-magnetic-field-navigate-180977668/ Bonnethead sharks swam in the direction of their home waters when placed in a tank charged with an electromagnetic field. By Alex Fox SMITHSONIANMAG.COMMAY 6, 2021 Every December, great white sharks swimming off the coast of California make a beeline for a mysterious spot in the middle of the Pacific roughly halfway to...
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Published: May 06, 2021 DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2021.03.103 Video abstract
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Source https://harrisbricken.com/chinalawblog/china-online-game-addiction-prevention-requirements/ By Sara Xia, April 12, 2021 Online games in China must get approval from the National Press and Publication Administration (NPPA) to be published and sold in China. See China Online Game Approval Laws. The NPPA review and approval process involves requiring that the game have a built-in addiction prevention mechanism. In November 2019, the...
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Nankivell, V.A., Tan, J.T.M., Wilsdon, L.A. et al. Circadian disruption by short light exposure and a high energy diet impairs glucose tolerance and increases cardiac fibrosis in Psammomys obesus. Sci Rep 11, 9673 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-89191-7 Abstract Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) increases cardiac inflammation which promotes the development of cardiac fibrosis. We sought to determine the impact of circadian disruption on...
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What happened to the last Chinese rocket remains that fell from space? Loren Gush from the Verge reported in May 2020: An out-of-control Chinese rocket may have dumped debris in Africa after falling from space On Monday, a massive, out-of-control Chinese rocket fell out of the sky off the west coast of Africa, becoming one...
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Source https://news.usni.org/2021/05/05/report-to-congress-on-national-security-implications-of-5g-technology May 5, 2021 The following is the April 23, 2021 Congressional Research Service In Focus report, National Security Implications of Fifth Generation (5G) Mobile Technologies. From the report National Security Concerns According to a DIB assessment, China is the current leader in sub-6 technologies and is likely to deploy the world’s first 5G...
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Source: https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2021/05/can-scientists-help-insects-survive-their-fatal-attraction-light-night By Elizabeth Pennisi May. 4, 2021 Each summer, on bridges across the world, mayfly massacres occur. First, warm weather prompts the transformation of the insects’ aquatic larvae. Within hours, the short-lived, flying adults pop out of streams, rivers, and lakes, eager to mate and lay eggs by the millions. But bridges illuminated with artificial...
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Source https://tinyurl.com/ufd8vfa4 Guest Blog, from Professor Denis L. Henshaw, on the myth where EMF’s too low energy to break chemical bonds is automatically equaled to ‘no meaningful effects possible’ Posted on May 4, 2021 Below is the next in a series of Guest Blogs on BRHP. The opinions expressed in this Guest Blog are of Professor Denis L....
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Strict Standard Seen as Barrier to 5G Development Source: Microwave News https://microwavenews.com/short-takes-archive/italys-6vm-risk May 3, 2021 Italy’s 6 V/m RF exposure standard, one of the strictest in the world, may soon fall victim to 5G. The Italian limit, adopted more than 20 years ago, is widely perceived as standing in the way of the build-out of...
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BACKGROUND INFORMATION Modern electric lighting enables people to work, sleep, eat, and receive services throughout the 24-hour day. As a result, many individuals encounter new patterns and types of electrical light, change the timing of their meals, and experience sleep disturbances and other stresses. Those factors can disrupt circadian rhythms and possibly lead to adverse...
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