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Trump administration to double military capabilities in Caribbean sea to combat drug cartels taking advantage of the Coronavirus crisis and to deny funds to the Maduro regime in Venezuela The Trump administration announced late Wednesday that the US will be expanding its military presence in the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean[Read More…]

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Social distancing measures due to the Coronavirus have caused some unexpected environmental benefits The Coronavirus has been a burden in over 180 of the world’s countries and territories, shocking the world economy and affecting the lives of millions of people. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), since early January,[Read More…]

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FDA approves Coronavirus test that takes less than fifteen minutes to determine if a patient is positive or negative According to USA Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a device that takes less than fifteen minutes to determine if a patient has Coronavirus or not. This[Read More…]

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The Coronavirus in New York State – What We Know New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Monday that 1,218 people have died in the state due to the Coronavirus, according to the NY Times. The total number of cases in the state is projected to be about 66,500, with 36,221[Read More…]

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New advancement in water electrolysis to allow for more affordable and reliable renewable energy According to AZO Cleantech, a recent advancement in water electrolysis can be the key to renewable energy becoming more affordable and reliable. The advancement in water electrolysis was made by scientists from Los Alamos National Laboratory[Read More…]

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COVID-19 UPDATE: The United States records world lead in coronavirus cases and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests positive for the disease According to worldometers.com, 587,713 international cases of the coronavirus have been reported as of Friday, including 26,909 deaths, and 132,440 recoveries. Furthermore, the COVID-19 pandemic has put almost[Read More…]

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With COVID-19 forcing countries around the world to practice “social distancing,” scientists point to similar practices in the animal kingdom  Currently, social distancing is common practice in the United States and around the world to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. According to The Straits Times, countries around the world[Read More…]

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Senate unanimously passes $2 trillion stimulus package Wednesday evening in an attempt to soften the economic blow of the Coronavirus The Senate unanimously passed a $2 trillion stimulus package late Wednesday – the largest emergency aid package in US history – with the intent of softening the economic blow of[Read More…]

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The Library of Congress just added twenty-five new recordings to it’s National Recording Registry deemed culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant to the American sound The Library of Congress just added twenty-five new recordings to its National Recording Registry, according to NPR. The new entries include Dr. Dre’s 1992 album The[Read More…]

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University of Southern California professors believe the next step in artificial intelligence is a robot’s will to live According to Science News Magazine , artificial intelligence is on the verge of a breakthrough. Currently, robots do not feel anything and are always in a state of well being. This, according[Read More…]