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The Science Festival Kicks Off At The Farmer’s Market

Science North has officially kicked off the Science Festival at the Matiowski Farmer’s Market. Ryan Land is the director of Education and Northern Programs and says this is the second year they have done this in Kenora. “Our mandate actually says that we need to be Science North in and...
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The Quietus

Hyperspecific: Dance Music For September Reviewed By Jaša Bužinel

Jaša Bužinel calls for new neologisms for describing avant-garde dance music, and reviews new albums and EPs from Air Max '97, Slikback, Simo Cell, DJ Stingray 313, Livity Sound and more. DJ Stingray 313, photo by Marie Staggat. Of all my columns for tQ, this month I had the hardest...
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Mélanie Laurent on Directing ‘The Mad Women’s Ball,’ What Happened With ‘The Nightingale,’ and What She Stole From Other Directors

One of my favorite films at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival was The Mad Women’s Ball. Written, directed by, and starring Mélanie Laurent, the film is based on the novel Le bal des folles by Victoria Mas and it’s about a woman (Lou de Laâge) unfairly institutionalized in a Paris asylum during the late 19th century and what happens while there. Laurent plays the head nurse and forms a strong bond with de Laâge’s character. While I don’t want to reveal more of the story, I’ll say Laurent does an excellent job adapting the material for the screen and bringing out great performances from the entire cast. In addition, the film shines a light on the mistreatment of women and how little control they had over their lives during that time period. The film also stars Emmanuelle Bercot, Benjamin Voisin, Cédric Khan, Christophe Montenez, Lomane De Dietrich and Grégoire Bonnet.
MOVIES
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Revolutionary healthcare AI platform learns from multiple sources while protecting privacy

Researchers at Duke University and the University of Pittsburgh have developed a platform that allows multiple hospitals and research centers to share private patient data securely to better train machine learning models. The technology could provide single institutions access to advanced predictive tools they could never develop on their own to both advance research and improve patient outcomes.
HEALTH
VentureBeat

Colossal wants to resurrect the woolly mammoth

As the climate crisis worsens, technology companies are increasingly sparking conversations about how tech can make an impact. There’s talk about intelligent grids and using data and machine learning to combat climate change in a variety of ways. But one company, Colossal, which emerged from stealth today, is taking an especially unique approach: wrangling massive amounts of data — specifically biological data — in an attempt to bring the currently extinct woolly mammoth back to life.
TECHNOLOGY
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The Love Hypothesis

When a fake relationship between scientists meets the irresistible force of attraction, it throws one woman’s carefully calculated theories on love into chaos. As a third-year Ph.D. candidate, Olive Smith doesn’t believe in lasting romantic relationships–but her best friend does, and that’s what got her into this situation. Convincing Anh that Olive is dating and well on her way to a happily ever after was always going to take more than hand-wavy Jedi mind tricks: Scientists require proof. So, like any self-respecting biologist, Olive panics and kisses the first man she sees.
BOOKS & LITERATURE
Columbus Dispatch

Joe Blundo: When it comes to COVID treatments, stick with science not 'magical' cures

Some people are shunning COVID-19 vaccines in favor of the barnyard version of ivermectin, a drug intended to kill parasites in horses and cows. Dr. Anthony Fauci is appalled. But history and fantasy (two things becoming increasingly difficult to tell apart) offer many examples of potions warding off illness, bestowing immortality or establishing the user as a contrarian.
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The Love Hypothesis (Unabridged)

Summary : The Love Hypothesis (Unabridged) When a fake relationship between scientists meets the irresistible force of attraction, it throws one woman's carefully calculated theories on love into chaos. As a third-year Ph.D. candidate, Olive Smith doesn't believe in lasting romantic relationships--but her best friend does, and that's what got...
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American Medical Association releases stunning document teaching doctors to LIE to patients while deliberately exaggerating covid death claims… the AMA admits to its own complicity in crimes against humanity

The American Medical Association released a stunning document, that shows the teaching of doctors to lie to their patients, while deliberately exaggerating covid death claims. This shows just how deep we are in the globalist anti-human plan that’s in progress. Join The True Defender Telegram Chanel Here: https://t.me/TheTrueDefender. What are...
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How America’s Big Science Literacy Mistake Is Coming Back To Haunt Us – Forbes

In this day and age, it’s virtually impossible to have sufficient expertise to figure out what the complete, comprehensive, scientifically validated truth surrounding any issue is. Unless you yourself have spent many years studying, researching, and actively participating in furthering the scientific endeavor in a particular field, you can be certain — with an incredibly high degree of confidence — that your non-expertise will fundamentally limit the depth and breadth of your understanding. Put simply, your inexperience, relative to that of bona fide professionals, gives you too many blind spots that you yourself will be unaware of, to be able to distinguish what’s valid and conclusive from what’s not.
SCIENCE

How America’s Big Science Literacy Mistake Is Coming Back To Haunt Us

In this day and age, it’s virtually impossible to have sufficient expertise to figure out what the complete, comprehensive, scientifically validated truth surrounding any issue is. Unless you yourself have spent many years studying, researching, and actively participating in furthering the scientific endeavor in a particular field, you can be certain — with an incredibly high degree of confidence — that your non-expertise will fundamentally limit the depth and breadth of your understanding. Put simply, your inexperience, relative to that of bona fide professionals, gives you too many blind spots that you yourself will be unaware of, to be able to distinguish what’s valid and conclusive from what’s not.
SCIENCE
threepercenternation.com

The Instructional Video Telling Doctors How To Lie About COVID Is Absolutely Sickening!

The self-destruct sequence that will bring down the death cult cabal of anti-human globalists has already been activated. With hilarious fake news attempts like the recent Rolling Stone hit piece against ivermectin, the cabal media is self-destructing by the day. With endless fiat currency printing by the Fed, the entire financial underpinning of illegitimate Big Government is imploding. And with the laughable, desperate attempts to imply covid vaccine “approval” while pushing utterly unproven booster shots backed by no supporting data whatsoever, Big Science is ripping its own eyeballs out and throwing them across the room.
SCIENCE
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AI, healthcare & privacy: Duke researchers help create new platform linking multiple institutions

DURHAM – Researchers at Duke University and the University of Pittsburgh have developed a platform that allows multiple hospitals and research centers to share private patient data securely to better train machine learning models. The technology could provide single institutions access to advanced predictive tools they could never develop on their own to both advance research and improve patient outcomes.
HEALTH
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