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Muslim man denied German citizenship over handshake

  By Jackie Salo October 19, 2020 | 3:26pm   Enlarge Image Getty Images/iStockphoto     A German court ruled a Muslim man should be denied citizenship after he refused to shake the hand of a female immigration official due to religious reasons. The 40-year-old unidentified doctor from Lebanon applied for citizenship in 2012 and then aced the…
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Was Columbus’ Voyage to the “New World” Driven by Islamophobia?

HISTORY Was Columbus’ Voyage to the “New World” Driven by Islamophobia? Popular views of the explorer see him as intrepid adventurer or bungling murderer. But he was also a religious crusader. By REBECCA ONION OCT 12, 20205:55 AM TWEET SHARE COMMENT A hagiographic take of Christopher Columbus’ arrival. Images Plus Slate has relationships with various online…
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Computer Scientists Break Traveling Salesperson Record

After 44 years, there’s finally a better way to find approximate solutions to the notoriously difficult traveling salesperson problem. 6   READ LATER Islenia Mil for Quanta Magazine Erica Klarreich Contributing Correspondent October 8, 2020 VIEW PDF/PRINT MODE AlgorithmsComputational ComplexityComputer ScienceMathematicsPolynomialsTraveling Salesperson ProblemAll topics When Nathan Klein started graduate school two years ago, his advisers proposed a modest…
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This Twist on Schrödinger’s Cat Paradox Has Major Implications for Quantum Theory

A laboratory demonstration of the classic “Wigner’s friend” thought experiment could overturn cherished assumptions about reality By Zeeya Merali on August 17, 2020     Credit: Getty Images What does it feel like to be both alive and dead?               10 Sec           That question irked and inspired Hungarian-American…
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How Many Aliens Are in the Milky Way? Astronomers Turn to Statistics for Answers

The tenets of Thomas Bayes, an 18th-century statistician and minister, underpin the latest estimates of the prevalence of extraterrestrial life By Anil Ananthaswamy on July 16, 2020     Credit: Zihao Chen Getty Images In the 12th episode of Cosmos, which aired on December 14, 1980, the program’s co-creator and host Carl Sagan introduced television viewers to astronomer Frank Drake’s eponymous equation.…
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Blanked-Out Spots On China’s Maps Hide Muslim Incarceration Camps

Blanked-Out Spots On China’s Maps Helped Us Uncover Xinjiang’s Camps China’s Baidu blanked out parts of its mapping platform. We used those locations to find a network of buildings bearing the hallmarks of prisons and internment camps in Xinjiang. Here’s how we did it. Alison KillingBuzzFeed ContributorMegha RajagopalanBuzzFeed News ReporterChristo BuschekBuzzFeed Contributor Posted on August…
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Revolutionary nano-diamond batteries last for ever

Interview: The NDB team on its revolutionary nano-diamond batteries By Loz Blain August 25, 2020 Facebook Twitter Flipboard LinkedIn Nano diamond batteries: each one generates its own power for decades, even millennia, using recycled nuclear waste safely packaged in crash-proof, tamper-proof diamond NDB VIEW 3 IMAGES   A cheap, safe, self-charging battery that delivers high power…
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Sync your calendar with the solar system

Sync your calendar with the solar system     Add the calendar on Google  (We won’t save any of your private information when you add this calendar to your device.)   September 22 Autumnal equinox The autumnal equinox is one of two points in Earth’s orbit where the sun creates equal periods of daytime and nighttime…
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When Voyager 2 Calls Home, Earth won’t Be Able to Answer for next 11 months

When Voyager 2 Calls Home, Earth Soon Won’t Be Able to Answer NASA will spend 11 months upgrading the only piece of its Deep Space Network that can send commands to the probe, which has crossed into interstellar space. Antennas belonging to the Deep Space Network complex in Canberra, Australia.Credit…Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex By Shannon…
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KIDS MAY BE USING LAPTOPS MADE WITH FORCED LABOR THIS FALL The Lenovo computers were manufactured under a Chinese government program to provide cheap labor from persecuted Uyghurs. Mara Hvistendahl, Lee Fang August 21 2020, 2:30 p.m.   THE ONGOING PERSECUTION by the Chinese government of Uyghur Muslims is far from a distant problem. Recent reporting has identified…
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