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Many US dairy workers yet to receive protective gear for bird flu (

CHICAGO, May 23 (Reuters) - Many U.S. dairy farms have not yet increased health protections against bird flu for employees during an outbreak in cows, according to workers, activists and farmers, worrying health experts about the risk for more human infections of a virus with pandemic potential.

nulluser ,

Yeah, I want to see the TST’s tenets up there next to the commandments. That ought to stimulate some interesting discussions.

For those not familiar,

One should strive to act with compassion and empathy toward all creatures in accordance with reason.

The struggle for justice is an ongoing and necessary pursuit that should prevail over laws and institutions.

One’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone.

The freedoms of others should be respected, including the freedom to offend. To willfully and unjustly encroach upon the freedoms of another is to forgo one’s own.

Beliefs should conform to one’s best scientific understanding of the world. One should take care never to distort scientific facts to fit one’s beliefs.

People are fallible. If one makes a mistake, one should do one’s best to rectify it and resolve any harm that might have been caused.

Every tenet is a guiding principle designed to inspire nobility in action and thought. The spirit of compassion, wisdom, and justice should always prevail over the written or spoken word.


nulluser ,

Didn’t you read it? They said they would dry fast… and drink. Duh. /s

nulluser ,

failed to apologise for or denounce

Anybody can denounce another person’s shitty opinions.

nulluser ,

ETH abandoned the trustless part. Now you’re supposed to trust the validators. Clearly, you can’t.

The inside story of Elon Musk’s mass firings of Tesla Supercharger staff (

May 15 (Reuters) - The day before Elon Musk fired virtually all of Tesla’s electric-vehicle charging division last month, they had high hopes as charging chief Rebecca Tinucci went to meet with Musk about the network’s future, four former charging-network staffers told Reuters....

nulluser ,

… with frickin laser beams attached to their heads!

nulluser ,

I feel like I’ve been down voting a lot of posts linking to garbage articles on sciencealert. Starting to think it’s not a very reputable source of information.

nulluser ,

And even if his statement were correct, he’s got the cause and effect completely backwards.

nulluser ,

I imagine there might be one at some point, just not this one.

ProPublica Wins Pulitzer Prize for Supreme Court Coverage (

ProPublica won the prestigious public service Pulitzer Prize for what the judges described as “groundbreaking and ambitious reporting that pierced the thick wall of secrecy surrounding the Supreme Court to reveal how a small group of politically influential billionaires wooed justices with lavish gifts and travel, pushing the...

nulluser ,

How many of those 113,000 are just reporters waiting for Drumph’s next manufactured controversy to report on? Can they please just stop regurgitating every stupid thing he spouts?

Bird flu outbreak in dairy cows fails to deter US raw milk sellers (

LOS ANGELES/CHICAGO, May 2 (Reuters) - U.S. sellers of raw milk appear undeterred by federal health warnings for consumers to avoid drinking unpasteurized milk in light of a bird flu outbreak that has affected dairy herds in nine states and sickened at least one dairy farm worker....

AM radio law opposed by tech and auto industries is close to passing | Ars Technica (

A controversial bill that would require all new cars to be fitted with AM radios looks set to become a law in the near future. Yesterday, Senator Edward Markey (D-Mass) revealed that the “AM Radio for Every Vehicle Act” now has the support of 60 US Senators, as well as 246 co-sponsors in the House of Representatives, making...

nulluser ,

It’s not that uncommon. When a beehive is doing really well, it’ll “split”, meaning they’ll raise a second queen and the new queen will leave and half of the colony will go with her to establish a new hive somewhere. This is called swarming, and it’s the their version of reproduction. (Tangent: Contrary to popular belief, honey bee swarms are usually very docile since they don’t yet have a home to defend.) Once they find a suitable location to settle, they’ll move in. Without humans building things, a suitable location would usually be something like an old hollowed out tree. But humans build great beehive homes. Old houses with small openings between siding panels that allow bees into the walls are a common favorite.

nulluser ,

FYI. The quantity of bees in a hive has more to do with their ability to find good food sources nearby, and the suitability of the place they’ve made their home, and nothing to do with their temperament. That size hive would not be considered particularly remarkable in an apiary. A “swarm” of bees is actually just a bunch of bees that split off from a successful hive and are looking for a new home and are typically very docile. Since this colony had a home (these people’s house), it was technical not a “swarm.”

nulluser , (edited )

So, 14 misspelled variations + 1 correct spelling variation = 15 total spelling variations.

nulluser ,

Amusingly, my brain naturally pronounced those appropriately for the context. It wasn’t until another part of my brain said, “wait, they’re spelled the same,” and the first part replied, “right, that’s the joke,” before I realized what had just happened.

nulluser ,

Been using Linux as my primary OS for (counts on fingers)… decades now. Called them folders the whole time. Never had a problem with it. Nobody who matters cares.

nulluser ,

“You mean that series of tubes Ted Stephens would rant about? Pssh. We don’t have time for that. 🙄”

nulluser , (edited )

Yeah. I saw some of the posts across Lemmy trying to organize this.

There it was presented as blocking shipping ports. I thought that was odd. Wasn’t sure how that was going to affect Israel, but whatever.

Then the day comes and they’re doing this low effort reposting-of-a-meme-everyone-has-seen-already version of protest and I just rolled my eyes.

“Innocent people are being murdered in Palestine, so I’m going to go prevent someone that also hates what is happening from visiting their dying grandmother! That’ll show 'em!”


nulluser ,

Protesters were blocking ships that were sending weapons to Israel.

Link? Because that would be a high quality protest I could get behind.

That’s not what the posted article is about, though. The posted article Is about protesters just blocking traffic. That’s what I was commenting on.

Any small group of dingbats can block traffic for a while. What they never seem to understand is that this kind of low effort protest doesn’t help their cause.

When you’re disproportionately affecting innocent people, many of whom may actually agree with your broader message, all you do is piss people off.

Blocking innocent people from getting where they’re going to protest something they had nothing to do with is just a kinder gentler version of bombing an apartment building and killing innocent people just because some militants are allegedly also in the building. They’re both great ways to convince people that you’re a shitty human being, but that’s about it.

The Flooding Will Come “No Matter What” (

Another great American migration is now underway, this time forced by the warming that is altering how and where people can live. For now, it’s just a trickle. But in the corners of the country’s most vulnerable landscapes — on the shores of its sinking bayous and on the eroding bluffs of its coastal defenses —...

nulluser ,

Me (while reading about the “fix” in the article): That’s just a Band-aid!

The article:

Michael Brooks, executive director of the nonprofit Center for Auto Safety, called Ford’s remedy for the fuel leaks a “Band-aid type recall” and said the company is trying to avoid the cost of repairing the fuel injectors.

Me: That’s what I just said!

nulluser ,

I’m on Firefox. Images are always reasonable size.

What You Should Know About “Toddler Milk” and How It’s Marketed to Parents (

If you’re a parent, you might have noticed toddler “milk” while browsing the formula aisle. The powdered drink, aimed at children between 1 and 3, often pledges benefits like “improved brain development” or “improved immune function.”...

nulluser OP ,

Go to the article and jump down to point #4. That’s the central point and something your response doesn’t address at all.

nulluser ,

I suspect the point was that if there’s more houses than people to live in them… you do the math.

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