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Robots on the rise as Americans experience record job losses amid pandemic

The pandemic has left millions of Americans unemployed – including many in the hospitality industry, which has seen a rise in the adoption of new tech


Solar Cycle 25 Releases Its First Big CME

Three of the biggest sunspots of young Solar Cycle 25 (AR2783, AR2785, and AR2786) are either facing Earth or turning in our direction. Each poses a significant threat for further C-class flares (like the one shown above) and even stronger M-flares.


Analysis: Talc-Based Cosmetics Test Positive for Asbestos

Laboratory tests of talc-based cosmetics products, commissioned by the Environmental Working Group, found asbestos – a deadly human carcinogen for which there is no safe level of exposure – in almost 15 percent of samples.


How To Shop for Cleaning Products - While Avoiding Toxins

In the midst of a pandemic, sales of cleaning products have skyrocketed, and many feel a need to clean more often. Knowing what to look for when purchasing cleaning supplies can help prevent unwanted and dangerous toxics from entering your home.


Green Front Gardens Reduce Physiological And Psychological Stress

There is growing evidence that being in natural spaces – whether while gardening or listening to bird song – has a positive effect on mental health. Being in nature is also linked to improved cognitive function, greater relaxation, coping with trauma, and alleviating certain attention deficit disorder symptoms in children.


100 Whales Die In Unexplained Mass Stranding Near New Zealand

Researchers say that about 100 pilot whales were stranded on a beach on the Chatham Islands, in New Zealand. The island is located 800km east of New Zealand’s South Island. The final tally was 97 whales and three dolphins.


Houston Health Authority Says Vaxx To Be Delivered Within Weeks

In this video, Derrick Broze breaks down a rapidly developing story regarding the roll out of a COVID19 vaccine in Houston and around the United States.


Revealed: UK supermarket and fast food chicken linked to deforestation in Brazil

Supermarkets and fast food outlets are selling chicken fed on imported soya linked to thousands of forest fires and at least 300 sq miles (800 sq km) of tree clearance in the Brazilian Cerrado, a joint cross-border investigation has revealed.


Army Corps of Engineers Denies Permit To Controversial Alaska Gold Mine

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has denied a permit for the massive Pebble Mine project in Alaska – a proposed open-pit copper and gold mine that would be upstream from the world's largest sockeye salmon fishery.


Dimock residents worry about planned fracking waste well

A fracking wastewater treatment company is exploring the possibility of constructing an underground deep injection well in Dimock, Susquehanna County. If approved, it would be the first deep injection well built to handle fracking wastewater in eastern Pennsylvania.

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