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The theft of catalytic converters is on the rise due to the value of the precious metals they contain. One of these metals, palladium, is now more valuable than gold and is crucial in helping to clean up toxic emissions. As soaring demand creates a palladium crunch, the race is on to find new alternatives — or rethink how we use palladium in the future.

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An article titled “m6A RNA modification as a new player in R-loop regulation,” was published in the January 2020 edition of Nature Genetics and widely reported in the scientific community. What we learn from it opens the door for crucially important knowledge in the context of this technology being used for Covid vaccines.


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It expands by 10,000 times in a fraction of a second, it’s 100,000 times softer than Jell-O, and it fends off sharks and Priuses alike.


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Scientists found that a caterpillar called the tomato fruit worm not only chomps on tomatoes and their leaves, but also deposits enzyme-laden saliva on the plant, interfering with its ability to cry for help.

If it all sounds a bit improbable, starting with the concept of plants crying for help, scientists also scoffed at that idea when it was first proposed a few decades ago. But it has been shown time and time again that when under attack, plants can emit chemical distress signals, causing their peers to mount some sort of defense. A classic example is the smell of a freshly mown lawn, which prompts the release of protective compounds in nearby blades of grass that have yet to be cut.


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There are valid reasons to use a VPN (which I'll explain), but if you listen to most YouTubers, a VPN has somehow become the end-all-be-all security and privacy app. It's not.

This isn't the most popular opinion on the internet, but it's true. In this video, we cover:
▶ The truth about your current internet security (without a VPN)
▶ What are the legitimate reasons to use a VPN?
▶ What are the things that a VPN CANNOT do?

If you care about your personal security and privacy online, download my free security checklist here:

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Tor As Fast As Possible–(YouTube)

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