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THIS is why we won’t “solve” problem of school shootings: American Pravda media can’t even be honest about reporting on GUNS
by: JD Heyes
Friday, February 16, 2018
For the longest time, I believed that the primary reason why the so-called “mainstream media” could never get its reporting right when it came to guns — how they work, what they are and are not capable of, even correctly identifying them — was due to an inherent ignorance about firearms.
Most of them were from the city, I figured, and as such never spent much time around guns and never joined the military. So how would they know?
But then I came to the realization that the supposed lack of knowledge about guns may be true on a personal level for most reporters, but that wasn’t why they so regularly got their reporting about guns and the uses of a firearm wrong. These news agencies have investigative staff who spend a lot of time researching issues for reporters and broadcasters who are trying to learn more about a subject; so there’s no excuse for them not to know about something as common as a firearm.
So it had to be something else, and I believe (more…)
More misery for Intel as firm says patches to solve its chip ‘design flaws’ have errors that could cause some systems to randomly reboot
The security fixes could cause computers using its older Haswell and Broadwell processors, created in 2013 and 2014, to reboot more often than normal.
A newly identified hybrid animal has been “hiding in plain sight,” according to researchers who spotted its depiction in well-known cave art thousands of years old.
Researchers have identified a previously unknown hybrid species of bison and cattle, with the help of cave drawings dating to at least 12,000 years ago.
Nicknamed the Higgs Bison (a play on the physics term Higgs boson) because of its once mysterious, elusive past, DNA analysis has verified the existence of the hybrid.
A new study published in the journal Nature Communications describes how the animal originated more than 120,000 years ago through the hybridization of the extinct Aurochs, the ancestor of modern cattle, and the Ice Age Steppe bison, which ranged across the cold grasslands from Europe to Mexico.
Higgs Bison eventually became the ancestor of the modern European bison, also called the wisent.
Study co-author Alan Cooper, director of the University of Adelaide’s Australian Center for Ancient DNA, said that the Auruchs and the Ice Age Steppe bison were “doing things they are not meant to be doing together and producing a completely new species that survived, which (more…)