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Gulfstream Completes First Flight of New G800

Gulfstream completed the first flight of its new G800 business jet on Wednesday, June 28, at Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. (Photo courtesy of Gulfstream) Gulfstream’s new G800 business jet completed its first flight at the company’s Savannah headquarters on Wednesday, launching the flight testing campaign for what will become the longest-range aircraft in the company’s

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Feathers may have helped dinosaurs survive the Triassic mass extinction

Widespread volcanic eruptions around 202 million years ago had a profound effect on Earth’s climate, triggering a mass extinction event that killed off three-fourths of the planet’s species, including many large reptiles. Yet dinosaurs, somehow, survived and went on to thrive. Dinosaurs are often thought of as heat-loving, well suited to the steamy greenhouse environment

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Researchers discover novel, cost-effective way to harness satellite signals

Image produced by (a) SelfieStick1 Satellite, (b) SelfieStick10 Satellites, (c) Bulky Weather Antenna. Credit: Carnegie Mellon University Electrical and Computer Engineering For decades, satellites have helped meteorologists forecast weather, offer cable, television, and radio providers a way to relay signals to their customers, and provide scientists with a tool to gather data for various types

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Newsom’s CARE Court Plan for Mentally-Ill Moves Forward With Bipartisan Support

SACRAMENTO—Gov. Gavin Newsom’s radical plan to address the state’s worsening homelessness problem—by forcing some individuals with mental illnesses into medical treatment—made it through an Assembly committee this week, raking in bipartisan support. Authored by Senator Thomas Umberg (D-Santa Ana) and Senator Susan Talamantes Eggman (D-Stockton), the bill passed the Assembly Health Committee in a 14–0

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FAA Awards $371M to Improve Airport Infrastructure Across U.S.

Friday, July 1, 2022 WASHINGTON— The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) awarded $371 million for airfield, safety and other improvement projects at 169 airports in 40 states across the country. This is the third announcement of awards for the 2022 Airport Improvement Program (AIP), which funds a variety of projects such as

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45% Of Podcast Listeners Started Listening To Podcasts In The Past Year

Acast, the world’s largest independent podcast company has unveiled the results of new podcast listener research conducted in collaboration with Nielsen. The study of 2,002 UK and Irish adults who consume podcasts at least monthly found that 45% of listeners started listening to podcasts in the past year, proving that the podcast landscape is rich

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Fuel-poor homes face taking £250 energy hit due to poor insulation

People in “fuel-poor” households in England are facing annual bills about £250 higher than need be because of their poorly insulated homes, according to Local Government Association (LGA) research.The LGA has identified about 3 million households where better insulation would save large sums for people struggling with the rising cost of living. About £770m is

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Everything That Happened at VidCon 2022

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Without as many traditional Internet A-listers as years past, VidCon, an annual social media conference for creators and their fans, seemed unusually quieter this year. That is, unless you were at the Dream SMP panel on Thursday. Two hours before the group, made up of Minecraft …

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TikTok rival Triller files to go public on Nasdaq via ‘the largest creator IPO in history’

It’s been a while since we reported anything about Triller [58 articles]”>Triller going public. But a lot’s been going on.In December, Triller announced that it (via Triller Hold Co LLC) planned to float by merging with US entity SeaChange, a publicly-traded company focused on digital advertising.The resultant company from that merger – ‘TrillerVerz Corp’ – was

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How smart manufacturing and AI can benefit the environment

There is more than one way to approach reducing your Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG) in manufacturing.Use of digital data in manufacturing to cut carbon emissions Beginning in 1765, the first industrial revolution transformed our economy by using coal to change the way goods were produced and manufactured. Since then, the second industrial revolution was driven

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The Biggest Social Shopping Trends To Shape Our Economy

You’re scrolling through Instagram, liking photos of your loved ones, and enjoying content from celebrities and influencers you follow. Somewhere along the way, you come across a sponsored post from a tech brand showcasing a desk set-up with a stunning, multicolored keyboard that you know would be perfect for your home office.Thankfully, the image includes

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If The Jan. 6 Committee Is Into Investigating Unbelievable Stories, It Should Probe Trump’s ‘Gorilla Channel’ Next

A satirical writer’s imagination of President Donald Trump in 2018 led to a fantasy script of the unconventional president going viral. In it, Trump was depicted as ordering White House staff to create an entire TV channel devoted to gorillas. “To appease Trump, White House staff compiled a number of gorilla documentaries into a makeshift

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