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The latest WWF report reveals the tragic state of wildlife

Human activity is having an increasing impact on reducing the biodiversity of our planet, and from the latest WWF Living Planet report we can find out what the damage looks like in the last 50 years. This comprehensive analysis of the state of the natural environment, created in cooperation with over 125 experts from around the world, the most important element of which is the Living Planet Index, reflecting global trends in the population of wild animals, shows that the lack of sustainable human activity is pushing the planet's natural systems to the edge of their possibilities. For example, since the seventies of the last century, the average number of surveyed populations of vertebrates, i.e. mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians, has decreased by 68%, which is a catastrophic result!

The US reveals plans for a free coronavirus vaccine for every citizen

While Americans are still waiting for one or more vaccines to be certified for Covid-19, the administration already has an idea how to distribute them so that ultimately \"every American interested in it gets a copy.\" As we read in a report presented at the congress by the US Ministry of Health and Humanitarian Aid and the Department of Defense, the vaccine will be distributed without any upfront payments to suppliers and out-of-pocket expenses for recipients, i.e. simply ... for free for every citizen who will want get vaccinated.

Emergency services are already using the Starlink space internet from SpaceX

SpaceX announced that emergency services in California and Washington have just received access to the cosmic Internet. There are such great fires, so the servants have their hands full. Starlink now helps them in fast and stable communication. Thanks to it, firefighters, police and medics can quickly exchange information between each other and the command center and better plan their tasks.

It is for sure, the US military is building a nuclear propulsion system for space travel

Although the topic is not new, because we have been informing you about a completely new approach to fast travel through space via nuclear propulsion technology for about 3 years, only this year we receive more and more assurances that these are not just boasts. The Pentagon gave the green light to NASA and DARPA to develop the concept of such propulsion. The agencies started cooperation with BWX Technologies and Gryphon Technologies. They received grants in the amount of several million dollars for the development of their projects. We learn from unofficial sources that its engineers not only have ready-made designs, but the construction of the first prototypes is already underway.

Here is the first such accurate picture of the extrasolar planet Beta Pictoris c

Here is a picture of the exoplanet Beta Pictoris c, which orbits a star twice the size of the Sun called Beta Pictoris. The objects are in the constellation Painter, 63 light-years away, or some 630 trillion kilometers. Despite this, it can be seen with the naked eye from the surface of our planet. Interestingly, the host star of this exoplanet is very young, being only 12 million years old. It is worth adding here that the Sun has been around 4.6 billion years.

This is what the Unreal Engine looks like in the Hummer's electric infotainment system

Epic Games announces that with the premiere of the new Hummer, it will enter the automotive world with its amazing graphics engine. Thanks to it, car infotainment systems are to change beyond recognition for better journeys in cars of the future, which will be fully ecological and autonomous.

There are already 600,000 5G base stations in China, connecting 150 million people

While 5G masts are burning in Europe, and many of its opponents believe that it helps spread the coronavirus, in China there is no trace of the pandemic, and the 5G network is growing faster and faster. This week, hundreds of more masts are erected, creating a constellation of over 600,000 devices in the country. The plans are ambitious, as many as 50,000 new masts are to be erected each month.

Protective masks reduce the strength of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus by a thousand times

Recently, we could see the results of research by Japanese scientists who used the world's most powerful supercomputer, called Fugoku, in their experiments. And now scientists from Italy have published their research. In both cases, we get confirmation that protective masks are the most effective weapon in the fight against CoVID-19.