Lori and George Schappell, Long-Surviving Conjoined Twins, Die at 62

[ad_1] Lori and George Schappell, conjoined twins whose skulls were partly fused but who managed to lead independent lives, died on April 7 in Philadelphia. They were 62. Their death, at a hospital, was announced by a funeral home, which did not cite a cause. Dr. Christopher Moir, a professor of surgery at the Mayo… Continue reading Lori and George Schappell, Long-Surviving Conjoined Twins, Die at 62

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Can AI help someone stage a fake kidnapping scam against you or your family?

[ad_1] You may feel confident in your ability to avoid becoming a victim of cyber scams. You know what to look for, and you won’t let someone fool you. Then you receive a phone call from your son, which is unusual because he rarely calls. You hear a shout and sounds resembling a scuffle, making… Continue reading Can AI help someone stage a fake kidnapping scam against you or your family?

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Lasers, Inflatable Dancers and the Fight to Fend Off Avian Flu

[ad_1] Loren Brey, a poultry grower in Minnesota, walked onto the farm where his egg-laying turkeys nest in November to discover a handful of hens, dead from the highly pathogenic avian flu. Within a week, he lost nearly half of his entire flock. So when Mr. Brey’s turkeys began producing eggs again in the spring,… Continue reading Lasers, Inflatable Dancers and the Fight to Fend Off Avian Flu

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Chinese Export Surge Clouds U.S. Hopes of a Domestic Solar Boom

[ad_1] Less than a year ago, CubicPV, which manufactures components for solar panels, announced that it had secured more than $100 million in financing to build a $1.4 billion factory in the United States. The company planned to produce silicon wafers, a critical part of the technology that allows solar panels to turn sunlight into… Continue reading Chinese Export Surge Clouds U.S. Hopes of a Domestic Solar Boom

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