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It is the richest people in the world who are responsible for the galloping global warming

As reported by The Guardian, only 1 percent of the richest people on our planet (approx. 63 million people) are responsible for the emission of twice as much greenhouse gases into the atmosphere as the poorer half of humanity, i.e. 3.8 billion people. This is indicated by the results of studies prepared on the basis of data collected in the years 1990-2015. At present, it is even worse in this matter.

He hacked the coffee machine and demanded a ransom ... in the name of security

Telephones, televisions, cameras, weather boxes, dishwashers, washing machines, refrigerators, vacuum cleaners and coffee machines ... can be changed endlessly, because nowadays everything must be smart. On the one hand, it has many advantages, but on the other hand, it brings completely new risks that we did not even realize. Especially since the Internet of Things is full of unsecured devices just waiting for someone with the right skills to hack them and turn them into an extortion and money making machine. You don't believe? Then just look at this coffee machine that, after hacking, was asking for a ransom!

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.

Scientists have developed a wearable device that detects epileptic seizures before they occur

Researchers at Israel's Ben-Gurion University have developed a wearable device that will alert epileptic patients that they will experience an attack within an hour or so. This is a really breakthrough solution, because it gives a chance to prepare for a seizure attack, for example by going home or notifying a loved one, which in many cases may mean protection of health or even life. Especially that although some people actually respond to treatment that significantly reduces the frequency of seizures, 30% of patients suffer from drug-resistant epilepsy, i.e. epilepsy where, despite the use of drugs, seizures cannot be stopped.

This robot will be exploring the mysterious Phobos, the moon of Mars in 5 years

The coming years promise to be excellent in terms of space exploration. We will return to the moon and fly to Mars for the first time, as well as thoroughly examine its moons, which may hold more interesting news about the history of the Red Planet than the planet itself. At least that's what scientists from Germany, France and Japan are preparing a mission called Martian Moons Exploration (MMX).

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.

The world famous Tyrannosaurus Stan was sold for a record price

The Tyrannosaurus skeleton named Stan was the highlight of the Evening Sale of 20th Century Art, which took place on October 6 at Christie's famous English auction house. The $ 30 million price tag is dizzying, and is certainly the highest price has ever been paid for a dinosaur fossil, though the specimen is truly unique. Stan is 12 meters long, 4 meters high and consists of 188 bones - it is also one of the best preserved and most complete T-rex skeletons we have found.