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Dow Jones Futures Rise After Stock Market Sells Off On China Property Default Fears; These 4 Top Growth Stocks Tumbled

Dow Jones futures, along with S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq 100 futures, were higher late Monday following today’s stock market sell-off. Tech giants Advanced Micro Devices, Apple, Nvidia and Tesla stock tumbled Monday, as the China property default fears spread. X On Monday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dived 1.8%. The S&P 500 tumbled 1.7%,…

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7 Best Benefits Creators Can Offer on Patreon

Patreon is a wonderful way to monetize your YouTube channel, podcast, blog content, and any number of things. With Patreon, you can provide exclusive value to supporters (patrons) in exchange for a monthly payment. But to keep your supporters excited about supporting you month in and month out, you’ll need to offer them some incentives.…

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More than 41m dementia cases globally are undiagnosed – study

More than 41 million people living with dementia worldwide have not yet been diagnosed, according to a report by Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI).Experts say getting diagnosed with the disease is vital, enabling those affected to receive support and treatment, which is more effective the earlier it begins, and to take part in clinical trials.However, research…

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Amnesty Loses to the Rule of Law

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) discusses the Senate passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill and the budget resolution during a news conference at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., August 11, 2021. (Gabrielle Crockett/Reuters) The Senate parliamentarian’s rejection of Democrats’ amnesty push is a win for republican self-government. At a time of unprecedented breakdown…

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Meet the Voice Actress Behind Kena: Bridge of Spirits

When the cofounders of video game developer Ember Labs asked Ayu Larassanti to read for the part of Kena, the main character in their upcoming game Kena: Bridge of Spirits, she was surprised. At that point, she had only done voice-overs for everyday projects like a classmate’s video. Now an incoming senior at UCLA, this…

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Debating America’s ‘Tech Panic’ With Skeptic Robby Soave

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Reason Senior Editor Robby Soave joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss his new book “Tech Panic: Why We Shouldn’t Fear Facebook and the Future.” “I don’t think government policy for everyone should devolve to the level where there are some people who can’t control themselves. Some…

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Mexican Government Attempts to Halt German Auction of Pre-Columbian Artifacts

Two clay figures from Tlatilco in Central Mexico, dating around 1500-550 BC. Courtesy Gerhard Hirsch Nachfolger The Mexican government is making efforts to halt an auction of pre-Columbian artifacts in Germany this week. In a letter sent to the Munich-based dealer Gerhard Hirsch Nachfolger, the Mexican Secretary of Culture Alejandra Fraustro said the archaeological objects…

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CAE and BETA Team Up on eVTOL Pilot Training

ALIA is a distributed, direct-drive electric propulsion system with eight lifting motors used for vertical lift and two internal motors used for cruising. (BETA) BETA Technologies announced a new partnership with CAE for pilot and maintenance technician training for its ALIA electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, according to a Sept. 15 press release. …

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5 Common Myths That Surround Self-Publishing

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The publishing industry has undergone a radical transformation in recent years. Gone are the days where the traditional means of publication are the only options for aspiring writers.Self-publishing has taken the world by storm, but unfortunately, several long-standing myths make the process and reality unclear to those…

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Outbreak connected to shredded pork rinds leads to CFIA warning

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency and the Ontario Ministry of Health are warning restaurants in the Greater Toronto Area not to purchase, use, or serve certain brandless Shredded pork rinds because of possible Salmonella contamination. Shredded pork rinds subject to CFIA warning. This warning was triggered by an investigation into a foodborne illness outbreak of…

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Markus warns users of crypto, suggests to be their own bank

Markus feels that people should be their own bankMarkus recommends people use wallets that come with responsible and backup keysCryptocurrency holders who want to be their own bankers should beware, according to co-creator Billy Markus. Markus was reacting to a tweet on the risks of using bitcoin exchanges and holding money on their sites.He wondered…

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The Top 10 scientific surprises of Science News’ first 100 years

From the day Archimedes cut his bath short to shout “Eureka,” science has been a constant source of surprises. Even after the abundant accumulation of knowledge in the intervening two millennia, science still retains the capacity to astonish, and the century since Science News began reporting has produced its share of shocking discoveries. Some such…

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Ferrari Trento, Official Toast of Formula 1Â, Presents a Limited Edition Blanc de Blancs CuvÃe

As the official toast of Formula 1®, award-winning Trentodoc winery Ferrari Trento celebrates four of the most iconic Grands Prix in the FIA Formula 1® World Championship with the unveiling of a Ferrari F1® Limited Edition Blanc de Blancs cuvée. The special wine is available in a collection of four versions, each dedicated to one of the circuits that are dearest…

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Undersea internet cables connect Pacific islands to the world, but geopolitical tension is tugging at the wires

Cable coming ashore from a ship. Credit: Coral Sea Cable System If you’ve ever emailed a resort in Fiji or Vanuatu about that long-awaited holiday, it’s likely your email traveled through an undersea internet cable. Such cables carry much of the internet traffic around the globe, in conjunction with underground fiber connections, satellites and microwave…

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