What does 100,000 deaths really mean? It's more than the number of American lives lost during the Vietnam War and the Korean War combined. It's not quite yet at the level of American lives lost during World War I: 116,516. It seems likely we will reach that awful toll—but not, thankfully, the number of U.S. deaths in World War II or the Civil War, which each numbered above 400,000. … [Read more...] about 100 Seconds of Silence to Commemorate 100,000 Dead
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Sixty-five percent told pollsters America should fully reopen when public health officials were able to track and trace new coronavirus cases, while only 35 percent said the U.S. needed to be reopened as soon as possible to curb the economic damage of the pandemic. … [Read more...] about Disapproval of Donald Trump Climbs Higher As Coronavirus Death Toll Nears 100,000 in U.S.
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He told mourners at Newtown’s prayer vigil two days later that “all across this land of ours, we have wept with you, we’ve pulled our children tight.” He talked about the teacher who told terrified kids in a barricaded room, “show me your smile,” and about the child who told terrified teachers: “I know karate. So it’s OK. I’ll lead the way out.” … [Read more...] about US nears 100,000 pandemic deaths: Does Trump feel your pain?
The standard way to test quantum mechanics in relation to the principle of local realism is to use something called a Bell test, which was first developed by the CERN physicist John Stewart Bell in 1964. This is an experiment that determines whether the real-world is really as strange as quantum physics says it is. It does this by looking for the presence of "hidden" variables, that are not part of quantum theory, to explain the behavior of subatomic particles. … [Read more...] about Einstein Was Wrong about ‘Spooky Action at a Distance,’ According to Study Involving 100,000 Gamers