Beretta 92FS Italian 9mm Review

The Beretta 9s has gained an iconic status for many reasons. It was used by the U.S. military for years probably because it is a reliable gun. Although this is more bulky than most new handguns, it is still a classic and continues to be the favorite of many.   The dimensions of the Beretta 92FS are 8.50 inches by 5.40 inches by 1.50 inches. It is similar to the M9A1, but it doesn’t come with the rail at the bottom. There are two versions of this handgun; an American and…

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Pfizer CEO: Vax Distribution Should Be Private-Govt Collaboration

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said Sunday that government isn’t the ideal distributor for a coronavirus vaccine, and that it should be a collaboration with the private sector drug company. In an interview on CBS News’ “Face The Nation,” Bourla said Pfizer, one of several companies working on a COVID-19 vaccine, is preparing for distribution of its candidate already. “The how [to distribute] I think is going to be very difficult for the government to do it, likely they will collaborate with us,” he said. “Shipping medicine, it is complex, and particularly when you want special…

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Supercomputer’s Findings Suggest Why Patients Worsen, Get Range Of Symptoms

The bizarre cascade of effects of the coronavirus may be due to the excessive production of a chemical that regulates blood pressure — throwing the body’s respiratory, gastrointestinal, and neurological pathways off-balance, a new study has found. Researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, using its supercomputers — one of which is the second-fastest in the world — analyzed lung fluid samples from nine coronavirus patients with severe cases in Wuhan, China, Business Insider reported. The computers detected big differences in way the patients expressed certain genes relative to the way healthy…

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Top Companies With Best Quality Mobile Phones In 2020

The record titled ‘Pakistan: progressing in the direction of a completely-fledged digital financial system’, mentioned that with a developing population, and mobile telephones being at the core of most of the people and private sectors’ efforts of gearing the financial system in the direction of its financial capacity, Pakistan desires to “simplify get proper of access to and digital connectivity, and reduce the coverage hole”. Best Quality Mobile Phones In 2020 The importance of the mobile vicinity to Pakistan is nice sized and developing. It’s a quintessential contributor to the…

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Microsoft has unveiled a video detection tool aimed at spotting computer-manipulated images, aka deepfakes, just 60 days ahead of the 2020 presidential election. Microsoft’s Video Authenticator flags fake news clips and lets news outlets and political campaigns watermark content to prove authenticity. The technology works by “detecting the blending boundary of the deepfake and subtle fading or greyscale elements that might not be detectable to the human eye,” Microsoft wrote in a blog post. The company is making the tool available to organizations involved in the democratic process this year, including news…

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Cybersecurity Principles for Space Systems Announced

The U.S. government has published a list of cybersecurity principles intended to be implemented by the makers of space vehicles to keep them safe from unauthorized intrusions. The “Space Policy Directive-5” released Friday outlines five general precepts that should be considered by “developers, manufacturers, owners, and operators of space systems” so that they “design, build, operate, and manage them so that they are resilient to cyber incidents and radio-frequency spectrum interference.” The directive indicated that space systems are critical to the “security, economic prosperity and scientific knowledge” of the United States, especially in…

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Elon Musk to Demonstrate Brain-Hacking Device

Elon Musk is set to show off his working brain-hacking device on Friday, BBC News reports. The demonstration will feature a robot and “neurons firing in real time,” according to several tweets about the reveal. The electric car maker’s brain-hacking company, Neuralink, applied to start human trials last year, according to BBC. His goal is to give people superhuman powers via a brain-to-machine interface. Musk calls it “superhuman cognition.” It would also allow people with neurological conditions to control devices like phones or computers with their mind, BBC reports. Musk,…

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Study Suggests Life Hitched Ride to Earth From Mars

An old theory that life hitched a ride to Earth from Mars is getting a new look. The so-called panspermia hypothesis suggests life may have arisen on another planet, with bacteria traveling through space, hitching a ride on a piece of rock or other means, and eventually making its way to Earth, CBC News reported. A new study by the Japanese space agency, JAXA, tested whether bacteria could survive the journey, the Canadian news outlet reported. The study was published in the journal Frontiers of Microbiology. For the experiment, Deinococcal…

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Immunity to Coronavirus Could Be Lost in Months

A disturbing new study reveals that people who are infected with COVID-19 could lose their immunity to the novel coronavirus within months. Researchers at King’s College London analyzed the blood of infected patients and healthcare workers and found that the levels of protective antibodies peaked about three weeks after the first symptoms appeared. However, those antibodies were found in only 17% of the patients three months later. According to The Daily Caller, in some patients, the antibodies were virtually undetectable. “People are producing a reasonable antibody response to the virus,…

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Squirrel in Colorado Tests Positive for Bubonic Plague

A squirrel in Colorado has tested positive for bubonic plague, according to a posting on the Jefferson County, Colorado, public health site. The squirrel was found in the Town of Morrison, 17 miles southwest of Denver, and is the first cause of plague in the county, according to officials. “Plague is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Yersinia pestis, and can be contracted by humans and household animals if proper precautions are not taken,” the site warned. Humans can be infected through bites from infected fleas or by the…

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