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Flu season is likely to be more severe this year than last year, warns sanitation workers

flu, illustration | photo: Shutterstock <! – -> "Last season was not serious because the same virus strain had been circulating for several years. The change in the vaccine's vaccine composition suggests that the flu virus is expected to change, suggesting that this season will be more difficult, Ciupek says. Despite the minor severity of last year's flu epidemic, 18 …

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Elon Musk wants to add 30,000 "Internet" satellites. 60 of them circle the earth – CT24 – Czech TV

12,000 satellites in the network have been approved by SpaceX previously, but Musk Corporation has applied for 30,000 more The application must be approved by the International Telecommunication Union, based in Geneva. It handles the radio frequencies and orbits of the satellites orbiting the Earth. The first 60 Starlink satellites have launched a Falcon 9 rocket into orbit at the …

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One third of children under five are malnourished or overweight

PARIS Every third child under five does not receive the nutrition required for the proper development of the organism and is neither malnourished nor overweight. This comes from a comprehensive global study by UNICEF. This also highlights the widespread phenomenon of "unexpected hunger", a lack of vitamins and other nutrients in the diet. UNICEF urges parents, the food sector and …

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Can a spaceship be driven by a particle accelerator?

At least a hint of principle? Jirka Niklík 2019-10-14 21:54:15 At least a hint of principle wouldn't it? How does it differ from current ion engines? Is the spiral heating? I have a car at home, it also drives a spiral, steel. Reply Re: At least a hint of principle? Tomáš Habala 2019-10-15 09:21:25 It should be a relativistic effect …

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GLOSA: Coffee Mug – Invisible Dog

This year, Nobel Prizes have received more attention than ever. Especially the Nobel Peace Prize. And you see: Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed got it. So a man who really deserved peace. After all, the world had not gone completely crazy. Physics was awarded three scientists, two for the discovery of the first planet orbiting a star other than our …

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Why Japan imported Ebola and other murder viruses?

BSL-4 Biological Protection Laboratory. Credit: Tim Llewellyn / Boston University Slowly but surely approaching 2020. As initiated, this year will be Olympic. Japan is preparing for the Tokyo Olympics very responsibly. They polish robots, train artificial intelligence, teach autonomous vehicles. And they also imported five killer viral infections, whose names are preceded by terror. Will the Ebola Olympics Come? Credit: …

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Astronauts print beef at International Space Station – VTM.cz

Israeli food startup Aleph Farms conducted an interesting experiment at the International Space Station (ISS) in collaboration with US and Russian companies. With the so-called "bio-printer", astronauts have grown (or more precisely grown) beef. In addition to Aleph Farms, the Russian company 3D Bioprinting Solutions and US companies Meal Source Technologies and Finless Foods participated in the experiment, which is …

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Drops made of blood! Nevertheless, dry eye syndrome can be combated

Red-eye, burning and cutting, as well as photophobia or headache. Nevertheless, dry eye syndrome can occur. According to experts estimates, about one in seven people are currently suffering from it. "The appearance of a dry eye is mainly affected by staying in air-conditioned areas and working with a computer, mobile phone or tablet as the eyes dry faster and patients …

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