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Burgers won’t save the planet – but fast food could

One day we will Tell our grandchildren about the Great Burger Wars. Scientists are dueling social conservatives, gourmets are arguing with technology entrepreneurs, vegans are sniffing at vegans – burgers are a window on charged politics of climate change. And low methane cows, impossible whoppers and cellular agriculture have brought fast food to the front. Most recently, a Burger King …

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Will TikTok Trump lead America to build its own big firewall?

While all this news was happening, I kept coming back to a series of videos that recently went viral on TikTok in the US. They show Chinese fashion influencers strutting through the city streets in beautiful outfits, often in pairs. Many of the clips have achieved millions of views – they are undoubtedly addictive to watch. They have even spawned …

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No, really – these Republicans take big tech antitrust law seriously

Kelly Armstrong and Pramila Jayapal are not natural political allies. Armstrong, a first-term Congressman who represents North Dakota’s only Congressional District, is a Conservative Republican whose campaign priorities include limiting abortion and protecting the rights of gun owners. Jayapal, co-chair of the Progressive Caucus of Congress, represents the super-liberal Seattle region and unveiled one of the most ambitious proposals for …

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Do you really need to spend more than $ 400 on a phone?

Was formerly If you wanted a new phone, you had to choose between something cheap and something good. However, a current list of smartphones like the new Google Pixel 4A and the Apple iPhone SE offer an attractive compromise: most of the functions and computing power of a $ 1,000 phone cost about $ 400. Of course, these devices have …

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The end is nearer for “Forever Chemicals” in food packaging

While other PFAS have not been researched as well, that doesn’t mean giving them the go-ahead. FDA scientists analyzing industry data on 6: 2 FTOH and its metabolites reported evidence of immune effects in rodents. This summer, the Agency for the Register of Toxic Substances and Diseases, which is part of the CDC, issued a “statement on the possible overlap …

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Facebook criticizes Apple’s App Store guidelines and launches gaming app for iOS without games

Facebook jointly with Microsoft today condemned Apple’s App Store policies after the company was forced to remove gaming functionality from its Facebook gaming app, which launches today on iOS. Facebook Gaming App in the Google Play StoreIn a statement to The edgeFacebook stated that its gaming app had been rejected by Apple several times in the past few months. However, …

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A “Covid Slide” could widen the digital divide for students

In a normal During the school year, Breanne Wiggins would have been ready to welcome her new students by now. The curriculum for her fourth grade, refined over years of teaching, would have been ready. She would have decorated her classroom with bright, inviting colors, multiplication and division tables, and a poster showing each student’s birthday. This year the walls …

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Bill Gates on Covid: Most US tests are “completely rubbish”

But people don’t get their tests back soon enough. This is just stupidity. Most of the US tests are completely wasted. Of course, if you don’t care what time the date is and you reimburse at the same level, they will accommodate every customer. Because they make ridiculous money and it is mostly rich people who get access to it. …

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How Bloomberg’s digital army is still fighting for Democrats

Hawkfish’s seasoned political agent Mitch Stewart explains how Hawkfish hopes to make a difference in 2020. The most important way to get the “fifty-one” number of an election is to get voters to register, convince the undecided, and increasing turnout. Everyone depends on contacting the right people with the appropriate message, namely the Hawkfish mission. “Because we have this better …

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Trump signs executive orders to ban US transactions with Chinese companies ByteDance and Tencent

US President Donald Trump has signed two executive orders that officially prohibit any U.S. transactions with Chinese companies that own TikTok and WeChat to escalate the ongoing technological cold war between the two countries. The Executive Orders prohibit “any transaction by a person or property that is subject to United States jurisdiction” with ByteDance and Tencent, starting in 45 days. …

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