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Milwaukee police release ‘disturbing’ video of Bucks player’s arrest

Moments after police body-camera video of his arrest was released Wednesday, Milwaukee Bucks rookie Sterling Brown said his experience with the city’s police department was “wrong and shouldn’t happen to anybody,” and he sharply criticized officers for “a simple parking ticket” that turned into “an …

Law Enforcement

Pizza Study Reveals Biological Differences in People Who Can Maintain Weight

It could be hard-wired.<p>Scientists cruelly observed in January that the more weight you have to lose, the harder it can be to lose it. For people …

Diabetes

Lasers Could Make Computers 1 Million Times Faster

A billion operations per second isn't cool. Know what's cool? A million billion operations per second.<p>That's the promise of a new computing technique …

Manual labour linked to greater risk of early death, study suggests

Men who work as labourers or in other physically demanding roles have a greater risk of dying early than those with more sedentary jobs, researchers say.<p>The finding, from scientists in the Netherlands, reveals an apparent “physical activity paradox” where exercise can be harmful at work but …

physicallyactive

Look in the Mirror, America, to See a Reason Drug Prices Are So High

Until we are willing to accept the trade-offs and sacrifices needed to fix the system, the status quo will persist.<p>The idea of bringing down U.S. drug prices is universally popular. The hard choices, trade-offs and political fortitude needed to actually do it, however, are a harder sell. So here we …

How to understand Stephen Hawking's final paper. Or at least try

It all started with a Big Bang. But then what?<p>Renowned theoretical astrophysicist Stephen Hawking had been trying to answer that and other questions …

Quantum Mechanics

New research reveals how gut bacteria can control our genes

It seems like we're seeing new research connecting our gut microbiome to a different illness or disease every week, but often the mechanisms behind …

Research

Caloric Restriction Research: New Perspectives on the Biology of Aging | The Journals of Gerontology: Series A

The beneficial longevity effect of a simple reduction in calorie intake was first established in rodent studies more than 80 years ago (1). In the …

Biology

An AI That Makes Fake Videos May Facilitate The End of 'Reality' as We Know It

What are we going to trust?<p>Anyone worried about the ability of artificial intelligences (AI) to mimic reality is likely to be concerned by Nvidia's …

The best Google Assistant commands: What is Google Assistant and what devices can I get it on?

We've rounded up the best Google Assistant commands, allowing you to make the most of your Google Assistant app and devices<p>Like Apple’s Siri, …

Forget Machu Picchu: Seven Newly Accessible Wonders of the World

If visiting the world's most ancient temples and monuments—Angkor Wat, Machu Picchu, Chichen Itza, Petra—inspires your inner Indiana Jones, just …

Archaeology

A Really Common Medication Has Been Linked to Doubled Risk of Stomach Cancer

Here's what you need to know.<p>A class of drugs commonly used to treat acid reflux and heartburn has been linked to a greater-than-doubled risk of …

What the Energy Cycles of Other Planets Can Tell Us About Climate Change On Earth

Scientists sometimes think of a planet's atmosphere as an engine. Potential energy, supplied by heat from a parent star, is converted into kinetic …

Nature Communications

7 Things That Predict Divorce, According to Science

Sometimes love isn't enough.<p>No one can say with 100 percent certainty that a couple is heading for disaster.<p>But social scientists have gotten pretty …

University of Washington

Technology could allow us to bring the dead back to life

by Aeon and Muhammad Aurangzeb Ahmad October 28, 2017 Future Society 22882<p>You wake up, get ready for work, have some toast and coffee with your …

Singularity

Hiking Beartooth Wilderness high on list of Montana adventures

Crawl from your warm sleeping bag out the tent door, into the darkness and predawn wind whipping across the plateau. Look up at the cathedral of the …

Hiking

Astronomers find half of the missing matter in the universe

It is one of cosmology’s more perplexing problems: that up to 90% of the ordinary matter in the universe appears to have gone missing.<p>Now astronomers have detected about half of this missing content for the first time, in a discovery that could resolve a long-standing paradox.<p>The conundrum first …

Universe

The best US cities to live in to escape the worst effects of climate change

Somewhere that's warm but not too warm, free from roof-toppling hurricanes and ground-rumbling earthquakes, and close to a river or ocean but far enough to avoid the threats of flooding and sea-level rise.<p>Which places does that leave? According to climate scientists and urban planners, not a …

Here's 13 Things That Make People Dislike You Immediately, According to Science

Ugh.<p>Everyone's got a story about how they thought a certain friend was mean the first time they met, but realised later that he or she is actually …