'Our studies with Ford Motor Company indicate that exposing coronaviruses to temperatures of 56 degrees Celsius, or 132.8 degrees Fahrenheit, for 15 minutes reduces the viral concentration by greater than 99 percent on interior surfaces and materials used inside Police Interceptor Utility vehicles,' said Jeff Jahnes and Jesse Kwiek, laboratory supervisors at The Ohio State University department of microbiology in a statement. … [Read more...] about Ford unveils technology that ROASTS the inside of police vehicles at 133 degrees Fahrenheit in an effort to kill coronavirus concentrations
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It's expected that things will be quieter in the Fortnite update world over Christmas. But with new players getting access to the game through Christmas presents like the PS4 or XBox One, interest in the game is going to be high. … [Read more...] about Fortnite gets AMAZING new vehicle and it makes perfect sense
In fact, some of the same polls that revealed gaps in Americans' understanding of science spoke to their desire to learn more. A 2016 National Science Board study found that 95% of Americans were interested in new medical discoveries, and 84% were interested in scientific discoveries. … [Read more...] about Confused by the science behind Covid-19? You’re not alone
Somewhere in my parents’ photo albums there is a picture of me, aged seven or eight, lying in my bed, reading. On the wall, there are postcards from holidays, a poster of space pirate Han Solo crouching above a fictional snow lizard called a Tauntaun, and a picture of an equally alien but very real cephalopod, a nautilus, a mollusc with a pin-hole eye and tentacular cirri projecting from its tiger-striped shell. It was cut out from the second copy of Life on Earth that my father had acquired, the book that accompanied the BBC series by David Attenborough. The first was for reading, the second, bought cheap without a dust cover, was for the photos. … [Read more...] about Life on Earth by David Attenborough review – how has science changed in 40 years?
Catering to the new normal, The Leela group of hotels is currently offering bookings at its properties in Delhi, Gurugram, Chennai, Bengaluru, Udaipur, Mumbai and Goa through its ‘Memorable Moments’ programme that will be valid till September 30, 2020, with guaranteed upgrades and meal credits of ₹1,000 per day, as it reopens for business after lockdown. However, pre-booking may not work for mid-budget and business properties, feels Amitava Roy, CEO, The Great Indian Hotels and Resorts. “Travellers are unsure if they will be able to have a vacation after six months. One or two places have sold holidays like this, but you need to be sure about the arrangements being in place at the time you advertise,” he says. … [Read more...] about Have a ‘safe journey’: How travel and holidaying will change in the new normal