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MY NEWS PUNCH FD 22-12-2019 PART 1-10

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➽➜R⇢➤=RESEARCH   ➽=ALL This is the price we now must pay for our greed and horrific treatment of animals. African swine fever: Fears rise as virus spreads to Indonesia



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MY NEWS PUNCH FD 22-12-2019  PART 10

➽=ALL Puppy Licks to a Woman’s Feet May Have Caused Serious Skin Infection

Dogs can bring a person happiness, love, laughter … and sometimes strange infections. Case in point: A woman in Israel was diagnosed with a bacterial infection that she likely contracted from innocent puppy licks, according to a new report. Last year, the 86-year-old woman went to the hospital with a fever, nausea, vomiting and pain in her right leg. She was wheelchair-bound and being treated for diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis, according to the report, published Dec. 2 in The Journal of Emergency Medicine.   https://www.livescience.com/puppy-lick-streptococcus-canis.html

 ➽=ALL Thousands of 10-Inch ‘Penis Fish’ Washed Up on a California Beach Despite their nickname, a “penis fish” is neither a penis nor a fish. (Discuss among yourselves.) It’s really a type of nonsegmented marine worm native only to the Pacific Coast between Southern Oregon and Baja California, Mexico. (The photo above was taken on Drakes Beach, north of San Francisco, on Dec. 6.) The blob’s real name is Urechis caupo — but it’s known more commonly as the “fat innkeeper worm.”  https://www.livescience.com/thousands-of-penis-fish-stranded-california.html

➽=ALL The Most Energetic Flashes of Light in the Universe Produce Deadly Nuclear Reactions Gamma-ray bursts are among the most powerful events in the universe, ignited when stars die in massive explosions or when they merge in … massive explosions. 

As these violent cosmic explosions occur, they act like cosmic lighthouses, releasing beams of some of the brightest light in the universe, along with a flood of neutrinos, those wispy, ghost-like particles that slip through the universe almost entirely undetected.   https://www.livescience.com/gamma-ray-bursts-are-deadlier-than-thought.html

➽=ALL What Is Space-Time? The fabric of space-time is a conceptual model combining the three dimensions of space with the fourth dimension of time. According to the best of current physical theories, space-time explains the unusual relativistic effects that arise from traveling near the speed of light as well as the motion of massive objects in the universe. 

Who discovered space-time?  The famous physicist Albert Einstein helped develop the idea of space-time as part of his theory of relativity. Prior to his pioneering work, scientists had two separate theories to explain physical phenomena: Isaac Newton’s laws of physics described the motion of massive objects, while James Clerk Maxwell’s electromagnetic models explained the properties of light, according to NASA. Related: Newton’s Laws of Motion  A person in a superfast rocket will measure time to be moving slower and the lengths of objects to be shorter compared with a person traveling at a much slower speed. That’s because space and time are relative — they depend on an observer’s speed. But the speed of light is more fundamental than either.  The conclusion that space-time is a single fabric wasn’t one that Einstein reached by himself. That idea came from German mathematician Hermann Minkowski, who said in a 1908 colloquium, “Henceforth space by itself, and time by itself, are doomed to fade away into mere shadows, and only a kind of union of the two will preserve an independent reality.” The space-time he described is still known as Minkowski space-time and serves as the backdrop of calculations in both relativity and quantum-field theory. The latter describes the dynamics of subatomic particles as fields, according to astrophysicist and science writer Ethan Siegel. https://www.livescience.com/space-time.html

➽=ALL Giant Panda Babies Are Born ‘Undercooked’ and No One Knows Why Giant panda babies are born weirdly tiny and underdeveloped. No one knows why, and the major theory just turned out to be wrong. Carnivorans — an order of mammals that includes all bears, dogs, cats, raccoons, weasels and seals, among other species — tend to enter the world small, weak, hairless and blind, according to a new paper published Dec. 2 in the Journal of Anatomy. But bears in particular tend to give birth to unusually small cubs.  https://www.livescience.com/giant-panda-tiny-baby.html

➽=ALL A Never-Before-Seen Event Is Collapsing an Ice Sheet in the Russian Arctic  https://www.livescience.com/first-evidence-glacier-surges-become-ice-streams.html

➽=ALL Earth’s Magnetic North Pole Continues Drifting, Crosses Prime Meridian Earth’s magnetic north pole, which has been wandering faster than expected in recent years, has now crossed the prime meridian.  Magnetic north has been lurching away from its previous home in the Canadian Arctic toward Siberia at a rate of about 34 miles (55 kilometers) a year over the past two decades. The latest model of the Earth’s magnetic field, released Dec. 10 by the National Centers for Environmental Information and the British Geological Survey, predicts that this movement will continue, though likely at a slower rate of 25 miles (40 km) each year.   https://www.livescience.com/earth-magnetic-north-passes-prime-meridian.html



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