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  • How rats take advantage of human failure
    How rats take advantage of human failure Rats are grosser than we thought, but it's not their fault.

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    It's estimated that there are over 2 million rats in New York City alone. They often carry infectious diseases like E. Coli and Salmonella and gnaw on infrastructure, causing billions of dollars in damage every year.

    But is any of this the rat's fault? Rodentologist Bobby Corrigan says that rats can only succeed in the midst of human failure. If we were smarter mammals, better at disposing our trash and taking care of our infrastructure, then we wouldn't have to worry about rats in our cities.

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  • The chocolate science hype machine
    The chocolate science hype machine The dark side of mars-sponsored chocolate studies.

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    Chocolate is good for health, study finds. Small study, points to chocolate as a weight-loss aid. Senior moments? Chocolate may be the answer to your problems. These are are just a few of the headlines that permeate through the web. However, these claims made in headlines about chocolate and it’s glorious benefits need to be taken with a grain of salt. Looking deeper into the studies, and the flaws of the study being short-term, with a small number of participants, and measurements of health that don’t translate well into endpoints that really matter for health.


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  • Happy Ending Massages for Women: SLUTEVER (Full Episode)
    Happy Ending Massages for Women: SLUTEVER (Full Episode) In the name of gender equality, Karley hunts for a happy ending massage for women. Turns out it's harder to find than you think.

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  • The new US tax law, explained with cereal
    The new US tax law, explained with cereal We're a few Crunch Berries short, friends.

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    There’s a new tax law in town. It passed without a single vote from Democrats in the House or the Senate, and it’s a huge windfall for the richest Americans, including President Donald Trump.

    But Republicans didn’t just want any new tax law, they wanted to reform the tax code. To give the richest Americans a big tax cut while still funding the government’s essential functions, like building roads and flying fighter jets, the GOP needed to find tax revenue somewhere else. To do that, they had to start taxing income that used to be tax-free, by closing loopholes and eliminating deductions.

    If all of that sounds boring and confusing, fear not. We’ve broken it down in this video. Just don’t blame us if it leaves you craving cereal.
  • Juiced Up - The Consequences of Steroids: Swole
    Juiced Up - The Consequences of Steroids: Swole WATCH MORE OF VICE'S BEST OF 2017: https://vice.video/2CoZrYy

    Over the better part of this century, bodybuilders have increased the natural performance of their bodies by using artificial substances. In episode 3 of Swole, we talk to a medical expert about the consequences from the use of anabolic steroids while following the daily routine of Mike Bolkovic, a bodybuilder who’s been injecting testosterone for the past eight years. Mike shares with us how the drug impacted his lifestyle and personal relationships. Watch VICE Roundup in the VICE channel on go90. Head to go90.com to learn more and download the app.

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  • How the US failed to rebuild Afghanistan
    How the US failed to rebuild Afghanistan "Where the road ends in Afghanistan, the Taliban begin."

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    The US war in Afghanistan has raged for 16 years, since the US invaded after 9/11, in 2001. At the onset, a centerpiece of US strategy was to rebuild Afghanistan's crumbling infrastructure. This move expedited military logistics and maneuvers, while simultaneously reigniting travel between Afghanistan's major cities. But when the US started its war in Iraq, that diverted resources and manpower from the battlefield of Afghanistan. And the Taliban didn't miss the chance. To date, the most ambitious roadbuilding project, known as the Ring Road, has seen over $3 billion spent on its renewal. And it was never completed.

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  • The real reason Amelia Earhart is so famous
    The real reason Amelia Earhart is so famous A carefully executed publicity campaign turned a pretty average pilot into an aviation legend.

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    Amelia Earhart is often thought of as the first or greatest female pilot of her time. But the real reason she is seen as an aviation legend comes from a carefully executed publicity campaign starting with her transatlantic passenger flight in 1928, which launched her out of obscurity and into celebrity status. From there, she pursued an ambitious career of record-breaking and stunts in order to stay in the headlines and fund her aviation career.

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  • Fire Games of Napoli
    Fire Games of Napoli Each year, on the 17th January, teenagers in Naples come together to make a bonfire to mark San Antonio day. The celebration goes back hundreds of years but has recently become controversial as locals argue it schools young people in criminality.

    The event, named “Cippo”, has been transformed into a war between kids and so called “babygangs” of different inner-city neighbourhoods who go to increasingly extreme lengths to steal trees to make the largest fire possible, a sign of their strength. They prepare for months, then stay up all night to guard their prized trees in secret locations. In this way, they are taught to protect their patch.

    The event affects everyone in the city differently. VICE and Neapolitan director Victoria Fiore, follow a group of teens in the Spanish Quarters, a deprived neighbourhood of Naples and real-life setting of TV show Gomorra, Rosa, a proud mother, warned her son of the dangers, but now has to write to him in prison. Social worker, Eleonora, supports the Cippo as a means for the kids to express their creativity in a run down neighbourhood with few spaces for kids, and a way for kids to learn about hierarchy, loyalty and dedication.

    But while the kids continue to turn the narrow streets of Naples into an arsonist's paradise, it's not easy to tell if Cippo is a tradition, a game, or an initiation.

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  • Here's how Trump's nuclear "button" actually works...
    Here's how Trump's nuclear "button" actually works... There's no physical button, but there is a "football" and "biscuit".

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    Just a week into 2018, Donald Trump tweeted a provocative message directed at the North Korean regime's leader, Kim Jong Un. His message cited a "nuclear button", and claimed that his was much larger than Kim's. But how does the U.S. protocol for launching nuclear warheads actually work? It's a process that's designed to be fast - there are only a few steps. But it's still more complicated than a simple button.

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  • Iran's massive protests, explained in 4 minutes
    Iran's massive protests, explained in 4 minutes How the price of eggs sparked an uprising in Iran.

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    Since December 28th, Iran has undergone multiple days of populist protests. At least 20 deaths have occurred, as protestors clash with Iranian security forces, and hundreds of people have been arrested. The demonstrations began in Mashad, Iran's second largest cit, and have since spread throughout the country. There are multiple reasons for the protests, but the main one seems to stem from Iran's halting economy.

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  • The 40-Year-Old Bodybuilder: Swole
    The 40-Year-Old Bodybuilder: Swole Part of VICE's Best of 2017. Check out VICE Sports for more: https://vice.video/2Csgbyl

    Greg Doucette has competed in over 100 bodybuilding and powerlifting competitions, holds a Guinness World Record in deadlifts, and is in the best shape of his life, all at the age of 40. After twenty years of professional competition, Greg is finally starting to feel the clock ticking. In episode 1 of Swole, we follow Greg as he pushes himself through his first competition in three years to see if can place high enough to continue competing. Watch VICE Roundup in the VICE channel on go90. Head to go90.com to learn more and download the app. This video originally aired on VICE Sports.

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  • SLUTEVER - Premieres Jan. 24 on VICELAND
    SLUTEVER - Premieres Jan. 24 on VICELAND Sex Writer Karley Sciortino looks up, down, and inside to find answers that challenge outdated notions of female sexuality, gender, and love.

    SLUTEVER premieres Jan. 24 on VICELAND.

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  • Why the market for skin whitening is growing
    Why the market for skin whitening is growing Skin whitening has proven to be damaging, physically and mentally. But sales are booming. The market is predicted to be worth $31.2 billion by 2024.

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  • Takeout creates a lot of trash. It doesn't have to.
    Takeout creates a lot of trash. It doesn't have to. Our single-use items aren't helping the fight against climate change but there are easy hacks to reduce and reuse.

    Climate Lab is produced by the University of California in partnership with Vox. Hosted by conservation scientist Dr. M. Sanjayan, the videos explore the surprising elements of our lives that contribute to climate change and the groundbreaking work being done to fight back. Featuring conversations with experts, scientists, thought leaders and activists, the series demystifies topics like nuclear power, food waste and online shopping to make them more approachable and actionable for those who want to do their part. Sanjayan is an alum of UC Santa Cruz, a Visiting Researcher at UCLA and the CEO of Conservation International.

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  • N.E.R.D.'s hit song "Lemon" owes a lot to New Orleans bounce
    N.E.R.D.'s hit song "Lemon" owes a lot to New Orleans bounce Big Freedia explains where “Lemon” got its bounce from.



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    For the final episode of Earworm I'm digging into N.E.R.D.'s hit song "Lemon" featuring Rihanna. Its sound is quintessential Pharrell: happy, energetic, and bouncy. The more I listened to it though, the more I realized that its bouncy energy was inspired by a genre of hip-hop that has rarely trickled into the mainstream - New Orleans Bounce. To learn more about the genre and to get the definitive answer on whether "Lemon" is a bounce song, I spoke with Big Freedia, a Native of New Orleans and an artist widely credited with bringing bounce music to the masses.

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  • Competing in America's Biggest Fighting Game Tournament: Evo 2017
    Competing in America's Biggest Fighting Game Tournament: Evo 2017 Waypoint Presents: Evolution profiles the Evolution Championship Series (Evo) through the eyes of two of the best in fighting games - SonicFox of Echo Fox and Punk of Panda Global.

    Our focus on SonicFox, the world's #1 Injustice and NRS Fighting Game player, brings us to the top 8 finals as he competes in Injustice 2, documenting his rise through the rankings to a close final, where he competes to defend his title as a 4-time Evo champion. Punk takes us through the Street Fighter V brackets as we document his rise to the Grand Finals of Evo.

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  • 2017, in 7 minutes
    2017, in 7 minutes In a tumultuous 2017, these are some of the stories that defined the year.

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  • The Last of the Iron Sisters: Swole
    The Last of the Iron Sisters: Swole In 2015, the women's bodybuilding division was dropped from Ms. Olympia - marking the possible end of women's bodybuilding. The Wings of Strength organization stepped in and started the Rising Phoenix competition to give these women a platform to compete.

    In episode 2 of Swole, we follow pro-bodybuilder Helle Trevino as she prepares for this competition and talk to 8-time Ms. Olympia Lenda Murray and the founders of Wings of Strength about how they're pushing to keep the sport alive. Watch VICE Roundup in the VICE channel on go90. Head to go90.com to learn more and download the app.


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  • How this military explosive is poisoning American soil
    How this military explosive is poisoning American soil The bomb that went off twice: https://features.propublica.org/bombs-in-our-backyard/military-pollution-rdx-bombs-holston-cornhusker/

    In our latest ProPublica collaboration, we report on RDX, one of the world’s most powerful conventional explosives developed by the U.S. military. But it’s now believed by many to cause cancer, and is increasingly turning up in drinking water supplies near military sites across the country.

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  • The Story of 'Sandstorm' by Darude
    The Story of 'Sandstorm' by Darude In ‘The Story Of’, VICE explores the story behind some of the most iconic electronic dance music songs ever created – from inception to global reception. We find the creators, pushers and labels of these anthems, learning how they were made, why they took off, and what happened (or didn’t) as a result.

    In this episode, VICE travels to Finland to meet the artist behind one of the biggest dance music anthems of all time: ‘Sandstorm’.

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  • Filthy Frank fans made us do this
    Filthy Frank fans made us do this Filthy Frank is a star. But is he an artist or an asshole?

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    Whether you call him George Miller, Joji, Pink Guy, Filthy Frank (or Salamander Man, Safari Man, Chin-Chin, Santa's Brother, etc), one thing is clear — Filthy Frank has dominated the internet, from memes like the Harlem Shake to rants that have consistently earned millions of views. His fans even mobilized to direct our crowdsourced video to be about Frank's lore.

    That lore includes characters like Filthy Frank himself, fake Frank, Pink Guy, Chin-Chin, Prometheus, Red Dick, and many others. It's been chronicled in a book about "Francis of the Filth," recapped on Filthy Frank Wikias, and shown up in other YouTube videos.

    The lore of Filthy Frank proves to be a complicated topic. More than listing off mythology about "chromosomes" and "realms" of the "omniverse," it's a starting off point for a debate about whether Filthy Frank, and by extension George Miller, is an artist or just an offensive shock-comedian. The answer says a lot for the future of shock comedy on YouTube.

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  • China's Online Big Movies
    China's Online Big Movies On this episode of VICE’s Foreign Film Club we go behind the scenes, of China’s OBMs, or Online Big Movies. These online films bypass China’s restrictive censorship laws and are the playground for up and coming filmmakers. We meet vetaran director Bowie Lau and newcomers Zhang Tao and Zhang Weixun who have found success with the OBM network.

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  • Why Jerusalem can make or break peace between Israelis and Palestinians
    Why Jerusalem can make or break peace between Israelis and Palestinians How President Trump's Jerusalem announcement upsets the status quo.

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    Both Israelis and Palestinians consider Jerusalem as their rightful capital. Jerusalem is home to important holy sites for all the Abrahamic religions, and so it has become a critical bargaining chip in the ongoing discussion between Israelis and Palestinians.

    President Trump's administration announced in 2017 that it would officially recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, and that it planned to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem. This would make the U.S. the only country in the world with an embassy to Israel in Jerusalem - there are currently various consulates, but no embassies. The announcement spurred condemnation from various countries, including U.S. allies, and has quickly become a political flashpoint of the Middle East.

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  • How Trump makes extreme things look normal
    How Trump makes extreme things look normal The scariest part of Trump's first year as president isn't how abnormal he is, it's how normal he makes everything else look by comparison.

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  • How smart is today's artificial intelligence?
    How smart is today's artificial intelligence? Current AI is impressive, but it's not intelligent.


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    https://hbr.org/2016/11/what-artificial-intelligence-can-and-cant-do-right-now
    https://www.mckinsey.com/global-themes/digital-disruption/harnessing-automation-for-a-future-that-works
    https://www.amazon.com/Master-Algorithm-Ultimate-Learning-Machine/dp/0465065708
    https://ai100.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/ai_100_report_0831fnl.pdf
    https://www.bloomberg.com/professional/blog/business-focus-artificial-intelligence-rising-2/
    http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.368.2254&rep=rep1&type=pdf
    http://yann.lecun.com/exdb/publis/pdf/jackel-95.pdf
    https://www.recode.net/2016/5/4/11634228/learning-about-deep-learning
    https://www.theverge.com/2016/7/12/12158238/first-click-deep-learning-algorithmic-black-boxes
    https://www.theverge.com/2017/3/30/15124466/ai-photo-style-transfer-deep-neural-nets-adobe
    https://www.techspot.com/news/71935-convolutional-neural-networks-used-fight-lung-cancer.html
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    https://arxiv.org/pdf/1609.06647.pdf
    https://www.theverge.com/2017/4/12/15271874/ai-adversarial-images-fooling-attacks-artificial-intelligence
    https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2016/06/an-ai-wrote-this-movie-and-its-strangely-moving/
    https://www.ibm.com/blogs/research/2017/12/ai-video-understanding/
    https://hbr.org/cover-story/2017/07/the-business-of-artificial-intelligence
    https://rodneybrooks.com/the-seven-deadly-sins-of-predicting-the-future-of-ai/

    Something incredible has taken place in the past 5 years: a revolution in artificial intelligence. After decades of little progress, the combination of big data and advances in computer hardware have brought AI applications to life: from self-driving cars to home assistants to augmented reality and instant language translation. If some of these applications feel like science fiction it's because deep learning algorithms are powering a true breakthrough in machine intelligence. But with these truly impressive advances comes a great deal of hype: fears of terminator-type bots turning on humans and stealing all our jobs. In this video we sort out the fact from fiction in this very exciting field.


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    A teenager's journey through weight loss surgery Diets and exercise fail most people with severe obesity. So Jewel elected to become one of the few teenage patients of bariatric surgery.

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    Jewel is an 18 year old high-school student who is obese. After trying diets and exercise, she chose to undergo bariatric surgery. It's an operation usually reserved for adults, but more and more teenagers are finding success with it. It comes with a variety of risks, but the potential is great. She could see a reduction in her risk for cancer, diabetes, sleep apnea and lots of other related diseases.

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  • Fetish Fight Club
    Fetish Fight Club VICE enters the underground fetish wrestling community fuelled by social media site, MeetFighters.com - a dating site for gay men who fight each other for sexual gratification.

    Members of the site set up wrestler profiles and send out match requests to organise no holds barred fights in living rooms, hotel rooms and makeshift rings.

    In Fetish Fight Club, VICE follow Brit Pro Heel, a self-proclaimed “bad lad in the ring” and one of the most prolific fighters on the site, in the midst of an identity crisis as he decides to shut down his account and turn his back on the underground fetish scene to go pro.

    Fitman321 speaks openly about his wrestling fetishes; dominating men in his living room by throwing them against walls and tying them up while he watches TV.

    At the heart of the community, Matworker and Small Gladiator hold monthly submission events where groups of middle aged gay men come together to put each other in holds and see how much pain they can take. They often trash talk each other in a form of roleplay and sometimes things get more sexual.

    VICE reveals how the performance of masculinity manifests itself in relation to acceptance of homosexuality and sexual violence within a true subculture. Fetish Fight Club is an oblique study of masculinity behind the closed doors of suburbia.

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    Star Wars’ infamous Holiday Special, explained How the 1978 spinoff accidentally shaped the Star Wars universe.

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    A long time ago in living rooms across the US, a bizarre 98-minute Star Wars-themed variety show aired on CBS to an estimated 13 million viewers. It wasn't necessarily the first of its kind: hosts like Donny & Marie Osmond and Richard Pryor had done TV variety shows with Star Wars characters in 1977, which had helped boost box office sales. But unlike those shows, the Holiday Special featured the original film's cast. George Lucas was convinced to approve the project in order to maintain interest in the franchise until The Empire Strikes Back's 1980 release — but the special itself is a confusing mess. A crossdressing Harvey Korman leads a cooking show segment, Jefferson Starship stars in a holographic concert, and Chewbacca's dad watches some very suggestive virtual reality entertainment. But if nothing else, the Holiday Special was one of the first examples of Star Wars' expanded universe — whose influence continues to shape the today's Star Wars stories. No spoilers for The Last Jedi, from a certain point of view.

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    Why this elbow is a TIME person of the year The “Silence Breakers” are outliers. Most assault goes unreported.

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    TIME’s reporting: http://time.com/time-person-of-the-year-2017-silence-breakers
    and http://time.com/5052362/time-person-of-the-year-2017-arm-cover
    RAINN statistics: https://www.rainn.org/statistics/criminal-justice-system
    EEOC report (PDF): https://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/task_force/harassment/upload/report.pdf

    Time magazine named "the Silence Breakers" its Person of the Year for 2017. These are the women and men who shared their stories of assault, harassment, and hostility and publicly named their alleged abusers. But the story goes beyond the magazine’s cover.

    That elbow in the lower right-hand corner is attached to a young hospital worker from Texas, who anonymously reported her harassment for fear of the negative impact it could have on her and her family. It represents a much larger contingent than the women on the cover: the silence keepers.

    Sexual harassment and sexual assault are both underreported. A government study by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission found that about 70 percent of harassment is never reported. The same report aggregated a study that found when people did report harassment, about 75 percent of faced some sort of retaliation for doing so.

    The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) studied the underlying reasons people don’t report, and, unsurprisingly, the above statistics are connected. According to RAINN, the No. 1 reason people don’t report their abuse and harassment is because they’re afraid of the repercussions.

    Time has made it a point to recognize the courage of the “Silence Breakers,” but it’s important to remember why their actions were brave: because there are far more people remaining silent, who feel that they don’t have the option of speaking up.

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    These factory workers get paid to go to school Can we make apprenticeships great again?



    In many cases, automation is changing the workforce faster than we can keep up. Manufacturers say they expect to have millions of unfilled positions. Adapting apprenticeship programs could help close the expanding wage and skills gaps by giving people another option for job training.

    If you're interested in reading more about the pros and cons to apprenticeships here are some helpful links that I used for my research:

    Department of Labor: https://www.dol.gov/general/topic/training/apprenticeship

    Cost analysis study from Case Western Reserve University:
    http://www.esa.doc.gov/sites/default/files/the-benefits-and-costs-of-apprenticeships-a-business-perspective.pdf

    Deloitte:
    https://www2.deloitte.com/us/en/pages/manufacturing/articles/boiling-point-the-skills-gap-in-us-manufacturing.html

    Brookings Institute:
    https://www.brookings.edu/blog/social-mobility-memos/2017/08/28/trump-gets-something-right-apprenticeships-and-social-mobility/

    And here's an interesting chart about STEM majors:
    https://www.census.gov/dataviz/visualizations/stem/stem-html/


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  • NASA's plan to save Earth from a giant asteroid
    NASA's plan to save Earth from a giant asteroid Don’t panic.




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    Source article: https://www.vox.com/a/asteroid-day
    Chicxulub impact information: https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=8
    NASA JPL: https://www.nasa.gov/asteroid-and-comet-watch
    NASA asteroid tracking: https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/edu/news/2017/4/18/how-nasa-studies-and-tracks-asteroids-near-and-far/
    NASA Center for Near Earth Object Studies: https://cneos.jpl.nasa.gov/
    Congressional hearing on asteroids: https://www.c-span.org/video/?311602-1/threats-asteroids-meteors

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    65 million years ago, a large asteroid collided with Earth near present-day Chicxulub, Mexico. The impact was a climactic event that likely contributed to dinosaur extinction. Today, Earth remains vulnerable to asteroid collisions. In recent history, space rocks have landed in The United States, Russia, and elsewhere. In the event of a potential asteroid collision, NASA has developed several options for dealing with the threat. Researchers at NASA’s Center for Near Earth Object Studies and Jet Propulsion Laboratory have proposed using blunt force, weaponized deflection or a theoretical tool called a gravity tractor to deflect impact. In addition to developing contingency plans, NASA scientists are also searching the sky for future asteroid threats. To learn more about their work and NASA’s plan to prevent an asteroid collision, make sure to watch the video above.

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    Blood, Guts, and Bad Acting: Inside the Indonesian B Movies of the 1980s The 1980s were a golden age for cinema in Indonesia, where audiences turned out in droves to see movies packed with sexual innuendoes, violence, and a whole lot of gore. A wave of exploitation films dominated the country for nearly two decades before an economic crisis in the 1990s left the industry on its knees, effectively putting the genre to bed.

    On this episode of 'VICE's Foreign Film Club,' we met up with the directors, producers, and screenwriters behind Indonesia's greatest B movies of the 1970s and 80s to hear how their films became so popular, and what it took to make one. Then we sat down with Joko Anwar, a modern filmmaker hoping to put Indonesian cinema back on the map by paying tribute to the exploitation film masters who came before him.

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    The US medical system is still haunted by slavery Black women's history matters in medicine.

    Read ProPublica's feature piece on how the US is the most dangerous industrialized country in which to give birth, and racial disparities in maternal mortality make it even worse for women of color: https://www.propublica.org/article/nothing-protects-black-women-from-dying-in-pregnancy-and-childbirth And they're seeking your help in understanding the problem. If you nearly died during pregnancy or know someone who died due to childbirth related causes, check out this page for more information: http://propub.li/2Ae5RMi

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  • How this legendary hip hop producer humanized a machine
    How this legendary hip hop producer humanized a machine J Dilla made his MPC3000 musical.


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    There's a halo of reverence around J Dilla, a producer and beatmaker from Detroit who made some of the most fascinating and influential beats in hip hop history. Before his early death in 2006, J Dilla worked with countless artists and producers - from Erykah Badu and Janet Jackson to Busta Rhymes and Madlib - and developed an off-kilter style of rhythm and sampling that transcended the machine he used to create music, the Akai Midi Production Center, otherwise known as the MPC.

    Spotify Playlist created by Okayplayer: https://open.spotify.com/user/okayplayer87/playlist/0Xd9a6zJMMYLURcINKVkQd

    Brian "Raydar" Ellis' music: https://soundcloud.com/raydarellis

    Further reading:

    Compiled list of Dilla samples: https://dilladata.wordpress.com/

    Redbull Music Academy: http://www.redbullmusicacademy.com/lectures/questlove-new-york-2013

    Don't Cry breakdown: https://tinysubversions.com/essays/dontcry/

    Why J Dilla May Be Jazz's Latest Great Innovator via NPR: https://www.npr.org/sections/ablogsupreme/2013/02/07/171349007/why-j-dilla-may-be-jazzs-latest-great-innovator

    Waajeed breaks down Dilla samples: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpigwriKVfrYf-_90KMHFIA

    History of the MPC: https://reverb.com/news/a-brief-history-of-the-akai-mpc

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    ​On this episode of 'Rites of Passage,' VICE caught up with Vocu and his family ahead of a major bull riding competition in Oklahoma to talk about the serious risks riders take to compete in one of the most dangerous sports on Earth. Vocu talks about his grueling practice schedule and his pre-competition rituals, and his father weighs in on what it's like to watch his son compete as a parent, and as a bull rider himself.

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    The sixth and last Vox Borders episode deals with a border between Morocco and Spain. The journey to asylum is never easy. And perhaps no one knows this better than would-be African migrants to the European Union. In North Africa, on the border of Morocco, there's a Spanish town called Melilla. It's technically Europe.

    So undocumented migrants and refugees, asylum seekers, wait in limbo for a chance to scale the fence and apply for asylum in Europe. It's the first of many, many hurdles. And it's a tall one.

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  • The rise of bad jobs, explained
    The rise of bad jobs, explained It's easy to find a job, just not a good one.


    Sources:
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    https://cew-7632.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/Americas-Divided-Recovery-web.pdf
    http://www.epi.org/publication/still-falling-short-on-hours-and-pay-part-time-work-becoming-new-normal/
    https://krueger.princeton.edu/sites/default/files/akrueger/files/katz_krueger_cws_-_march_29_20165.pdf
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    http://www.unionstats.com/
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    https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/2942/text
    http://sfgov.org/olse/formula-retail-employee-rights-ordinances
    https://www.seattle.gov/laborstandards/ordinances/secure-scheduling
    https://www.ci.emeryville.ca.us/1136/Fair-Workweek-Ordinance
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    https://www.aspeninstitute.org/publications/income-volatility-service-sector-contours-causes-consequences/
    https://www.amazon.com/Good-Jobs-Strategy-Companies-Employees-ebook/dp/B00DZQE31I/ref=sr_1_1

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    Barbara Flueckiger's website: http://zauberklang.ch/filmcolors/

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    In this episode of Vox Almanac, Phil Edwards explores the history of Technicolor: both the technology and the company. Many people recognize Technicolor from The Wizard of Oz, but the technology existed long before then. Two strip Technicolor and three strip Technicolor both revolutionized the film industry and shaped the look of 20th century film.

    But Technicolor also influenced movies through its corporate control of the technology. People like Natalie Kalmus shaped the aesthetic of color films, and directors redesigned their sets and films based on the Technicolor look that the company — and viewers — demanded.

    Though the process we traditionally recognize as Technicolor is no longer in use (the company does continue), the look remains influential even today.

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  • The real reason American health care is so expensive
    The real reason American health care is so expensive Hint: single-payer won’t fix America’s health care spending.

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    Americans don't drive up the price by consuming more health care. They don't visit the doctor more than other developed countries:
    http://international.commonwealthfund.org/stats/annual_physician_visits/

    But the price we pay for that visit - for a procedure - it costs way more:
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    The price you pay for the same procedure, at the same hospital, may vary enormously depending on what kind of health insurance you have in the US.

    That's because of bargaining power. Government programs, like Medicare and Medicaid, can ask for a lower price from health service providers because they have the numbers: the hospital has to comply or else risk losing the business of millions of Americans.

    There are dozens of private health insurance providers in the United States and they each need to bargain for prices with hospitals and doctors. The numbers of people private insurances represent are much less than the government programs. That means a higher price when you go to the doctor or fill a prescription.

    Uninsured individuals have the least bargaining power. Without any insurance, you will pay the highest price.

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    https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-impact/id1294325824?mt=2

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  • Why cities are full of uncomfortable benches
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    When designing urban spaces, city planners have many competing interests to balance. After all, cities are some of the most diverse places on the planet. They need to be built for a variety of needs.

    In recent years, these competing interests have surfaced conflict over an unlikely interest: purposefully uncomfortable benches.

    Enter the New York City MTA. They’ve installed 'leaning bars’ to supplement traditional benches & save platform space. But designs like this carry an often invisible cost: they rob citizens of hospitable public space. And the people who experience this cost most directly are those experiencing homelessness.

    A few notes of thanks:

    First to Historian A. Roger Ekirch who kindly got me up to speed on the expansion of streetlights in historic western city districts.

    Another thanks goes to author Veronica Harnish, who outlined some of the pitfalls that people experiencing homelessness face when choosing between sleeping rough or utilizing emergency shelters. You can read her blog here: http://car-living.blogspot.com/

    A third thank you goes to the staff at the Unites States Interagency Council on Homelessness — they supplied the map in this video, as well as some aggregate statistics of the United States homeless population. Those numbers come from a variety of annual ‘Point-In-Time’ counts. The 2018 event will take place in late January, and the process depends on volunteers — so if you'd like to participate, you can find your local organizer here: https://www.hudexchange.info/grantees/find-a-grantee/?state=&program=on&coc=on&params=%7B%22limit%22%3A20%2C%22sort%22%3A%22%22%2C%22years%22%3A%5B%5D%2C%22searchTerm%22%3A%22%22%2C%22dir%22%3A%22%22%2C%22grantees%22%3A%5B%5D%2C%22state%22%3A%22%22%2C%22programs%22%3A%5B3%5D%2C%22coc%22%3Atrue%7D##granteeSearch

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    For thousands of years, humans have drawn lines on the earth, dividing the planet into nations. But there are some parts of the world that no empire, nation or state has been able to tame.

    In this episode of Borders, Johnny heads deep into the Himalaya mountains to learn about how people have lived away from the concept of borders. China and Nepal are acting fast to develop this remote region and it's having major effects on the local population.

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    It’s easy to imagine that the jobs of the future, if they even exist, will all revolve around technology. But it turns out, the jobs that are least likely to succumb to automation are those that involve building human relationships. The healthcare field is a prime example— nurses, physician assistants, and physical therapists have higher-than-average salaries and major expected job growth. These fields share something else in common— they’re dominated by women. Despite the erosion of traditionally “masculine” fields like manufacturing, men just aren’t taking these high-paying, in-demand healthcare jobs in the numbers you’d expect. For decades, nursing in particular has been considered “women’s work,” in part because it’s assumed that women, more so than men, have a kind of innate capacity for caring and empathy. But men in nursing say this mindset is holding us back. For them, caring and empathy are stills that can be developed, not traits someone is worth with or without based on their gender.

    Oxford University study on which jobs are most vulnerable to automation: https://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/downloads/academic/The_Future_of_Employment.pdf

    Men in Nursing, History, Challenges, and Opportunities (book by Chad O'Lynn): http://www.springerpub.com/men-in-nursing.html

    Florence Nightingale and the Nursing Legacy (book by Monica Baly): https://books.google.com/books/about/Florence_Nightingale_and_the_Nursing_Leg.html?id=9SdtAAAAMAAJ

    Marci Cottingham's studies on gender and healthcare work:
    RECRUITING MEN, CONSTRUCTING MANHOOD:
    How Health Care Organizations Mobilize Masculinities as Nursing Recruitment Strategy: https://www.dropbox.com/s/km22il7hm9tbbpc/cottingham2013.pdf?dl=0

    Caring Moments and Their Men: Masculine Emotion Practice in Nursing: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hxqgm9u0a6i1bic/Cottingham2017.pdf?dl=0

    Gender and emotion : social psychological perspectives / edited by Agneta H. Fischer: https://books.google.com/books/about/Gender_and_Emotion.html?id=tS1C8Sl5ysEC

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    Some cities in Europe are undergoing a fascinating transformation: they’re getting rid of all of their road signs. That’s thanks to a design concept called “shared space,” where urban planners drastically lessen the presence of traffic lights, signs, and barriers, encouraging all forms of transportation to share the road.  There’s evidence that drivers often totally ignore road signs, so the heightened risk forces commuters to remain on high alert as they pass through an intersection, in theory leading to safer travel. But by stripping cities of their traditional traffic control systems, they leave disabled residents in the dark — and that’s sparked a powerful debate of how to balance ease of movement with all residents’ needs.

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  • 9 charts to be thankful for: humanity is getting better
    9 charts to be thankful for: humanity is getting better It's not all bad news out there.


    For more data about how the world is getting better.
    Longevity: https://ourworldindata.org/life-expectancy/
    Global poverty: https://www.vox.com/world/2016/10/2/13123980/extreme-poverty-world-bank
    Why the world bank uses a $1.90 a day poverty line: https://www.vox.com/2015/10/7/9465999/world-bank-poverty-line
    Hunger: https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/SN.ITK.DEFC.ZS
    Malaria: https://ourworldindata.org/malaria/
    Child Labor: https://ourworldindata.org/child-labor/
    War deaths: https://ourworldindata.org/war-and-peace/
    Paris Climate accord: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/07/climate/syria-joins-paris-agreement.html?_r=0
    Coal production: https://ourworldindata.org/fossil-fuels/#coal-production-by-region

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    If you’d like to watch or listen to a conversation from 2014 between Ezra Klein and Charles Kenny (author of the book “Getting Better,”) about how the world is getting better, you can find that here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6C8soxbN2w

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    The Brutal Tattoo Ritual Built on Pain Tattoos hurt, but for most people, the pain is just a means to an end. Tattoo artists are usually mindful of their client's pain threshold, catering for breaks and mitigating any unnecessary brutality. It's abnormal for tattoo artists to restrain people while they're getting tattooed, or for the tattooee to bolt upright in agony to escape the needle's unrelenting penetrations. Nor is it very common to see sadistic mirth occupying the faces of multiple tattoo artists as they inflict the unnaturally long, thick, shallow lines seemingly without pause.

    Enter Brutal Black. It's the tattoo project where mandalas come to die and where pain is prioritized over aesthetics. Ritual and rebirth are at the forefront of this project helmed by Valerio Cancellier and Cammy Stewart. They take those brave enough to be tattooed by them on one of the most brutal experiences one can imagine; far beyond one's threshold for pain to create an entirely new experience.

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    How the US outsourced border security to Mexico Mexico is doing America's immigration dirty work.
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    For the first time ever in 2014, the U.S. recorded more undocumented migrants from Central America than from Mexico. In particular, 52,000 unaccompanied children were detained between October 2013 and June 2014. With what seemed to be a looming humanitarian crisis to deal with, the Obama administration enlisted the help of Mexico, and President Enrique Peña Nieto's administration.

    Together, they launched the Southern Border Program initiative: the U.S. provided funding, equipment, and training to Mexico in exchange for a crackdown along Mexico's southern border. After all, many would-be migrants from Central America to the U.S. must pass through Mexico first.

    This policy worked for a few years, but levels of undocumented migrants are on the rise again. And the mounting human costs make it increasingly difficult to call a success.
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    How job surveillance is transforming trucking in America Automation is coming for truckers – but first, they're being watched.

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    The promise of self-driving trucks will radically reshape one of America's most common jobs. There are 3.5 million professional drivers in the US, all of whom may face job displacement in the autonomous future being developed by companies like Otto, Daimler, and Tesla. But before robots take the wheel entirely, there will be a long period where truckers and artificial technology split the responsibilities of the work. The first big step toward that future comes in the form of the electronic logging device, a dashboard monitor that tracks speed, location, and a driver's schedule, and reports it to an employer or a third-party monitoring service. It has a lot of truckers worried.

    Read Karen Levy's work here:
    https://goo.gl/XHYuvv
    https://goo.gl/BVJWmY

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    https://goo.gl/ydYx1R

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    On November 14th 2017, Zimbabwe military troops drove tanks into the capital city, Harare. They patrolled the streets, blocked access to government buildings, and took over the state television station to insist….
    This is not a military takeover of government.

    Once praised as a war hero, Robert Mugabe helped Zimbabwe win independence from Great Britain in 1980. He became president under Zimbabwe’s new constitution with the support of the people.

    But soon, he digressed into a repressive dictator.

    He secured his power through aggression and threats, there have been reports of state-sponsored torture and killings.

    And even though Zimbabwe is technically a democracy, there’s evidence Mugabe rigged elections in his favor.

    Now that Mugabe is 93 years old, and reportedly in poor health, the fight for political influence is more important than ever.

    And it’s caused a split in Mugabe’s own party, the ZANU-PF.
    On one side we have the old guard lead by Mugabe’s sacked vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa. Like Mugabe, he fought for Zimbabwe’s independence and has a checkered past that includes human rights abuses against political opponents and ethnic minorities.



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