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What’s Really Happening When You Experience Déjà Vu?

If you have the peculiar feeling you’ve read this before, don’t be alarmed. It’s probably just déjà vu. Déjà vu is the peculiar feeling that you’ve experienced something before, while at the same time knowing that you haven’t. You visit a friend’s apartment and have the overwhelming sense you’ve been here before, but that can’t…

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What is the performance difference between the three gpus if they are all held at…

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What’s the Difference Between All the Types of Tomatoes?

Before we answer our guiding question—what’s the difference between beefsteak, cherry, grape, heirloom, and plum tomatoes—we have to address another one: Why are grocery-store tomatoes so bad?There are two major categories of tomatoes: heirlooms, which we’ll cover below, and hybrids. HybridsThe tomatoes you’ll find year-round in the grocery store are hybrids, which means that humans have…

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‘Stand Up for What’s Right’ –Button Issues

The opening session of the Special Meeting of the American Medical Association (AMA) House of Delegates virtual meeting began with a moment of silence, along with an image of the names of the many physicians who died during the pandemic appearing on-screen. “No one has shouldered more in this pandemic than our courageous colleagues on…

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What’s inspiring innovation in low-to-no beverages?

Global sales of low- and no-alcohol beverages are surging. Market research firm IWSR, consumption is 31% by 2024 across 10 markets: Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, South Africa, Spain, the UK and the US. Collectively, these countries account for 75% of the low-to-no sector.Daniel Woolfson, food and drink editor at The Grocer,​ told a recent IFF…

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What’s on Paramount+? The 10 best TV shows

There’s enough good television entertainment on this streaming service to justify subscribing for at least a few months. Paramount+ Today’s Best Tech Deals Picked by TechHive’s Editors Top Deals On Great Products Picked by Techconnect’s Editors In the increasingly fragmented universe of online TV, specialized services like Paramount+, Hulu, Disney+, and others are putting together…

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What’s an “Impedance Mismatch” in Programming?

James Walker Jun 9, 2021, 10:00 am EDT | 4 min read Shutterstock/oatawaA programming impedance mismatch occurs when data needs to be transformed into a different architectural paradigm. The most prominent example involves object-oriented codebases and relational databases. An impedance mismatch arises when data is fetched from or inserted into a database. The properties of…

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What’s new in cell-based? Cultured turkey, bull and lamb expand alt meat category

The cultivated meat sector has the potential to mean big business. According to Polaris Market Research, the market size is expected to reach more than $352m by 2028, with a CAGR of 14.9% over the next seven years.The sector made waves last December when the first cultivated meat product – Eat Just’s cell-based chicken ingredient…

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Here’s what’s new in watchOS 8

WWDC 2021 is officially underway and that means Apple is ready to share its latest updates to watchOS. The next iteration of Apple Watch software is watchOS8, and Apple started off with an update to the popular Breath app. There’s a new Breathe animation and a “Reflect” prompt that gives you a push toward mindfulness.…

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What’s the story behind the stars?

Home References Science & Astronomy The Pleiades star cluster lies in the constellation of Taurus. (Image credit: Getty Images) We’ve always had a fascination with the stars, bright beacons of light that come alive when the sky darkens. They’ve been revered as gods, used to mark changes in the seasons, and as a way to…