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Andrew Van Dam How Putin’s invasion became a holy war for Russia

Without their spikes, the coronavirus can't live and reproduce. The advantages of the mRNA method are many. On the business end, it's cheaper to produce a bunch of mRNA strands than it is to grow a bunch of viruses, kill them off and build a vaccine around them. Without all those labor-intensive and time-eating steps, it's faster, too. On the health side, mRNA is probably less dangerous than infecting people with a weakened or dead virus. And, best of all, according to the latest data, it may be more effective. The biggest: It's never been done before. RNA technology, though it's been around for at least a couple of decades, has never been used in a vaccine. It's got a lot of proving to do. RNA is one type of RNA found in the cell. It's made in the nucleus and then exported to the cytoplasm where the translation machinery binds to these mRNA molecules and reads the code on the mRNA to make a specific protein.|Let’s face it: Hardly anyone reads the terms. Conditions when they sign up for stuff. But if you scroll all the way through the user agreement for NBC’s streaming service Peacock, you’ll find an unexpected reward-as one TikToker found out. In a viral TikTok posted last week, TikToker Mckenzie Floyd (@mckenziefloyd) revealed Peacock’s secret Easter egg: A chili recipe from The Office. “Kevin’s famous chili” is famous among Office fans, featured in the slapstick cold open to the episode “Casual Friday,” and recreated IRL by numerous people including the YouTube cooking channel Binging with Babish. In this TikTok, Floyd scrolls through the entire chili recipe including instructions, saying she discovered it because her boyfriend always reads the terms and conditions. “Is it because no one ever reads these? ” she wrote in the video caption. This isn’t the first time Peacock has pulled something like this. When the platform first launched in 2020, the terms and conditions included a recipe for chocolate cake. Evidently when NBC updated the user agreement in 2021, they decided to swap the cake for a more NBC-specific joke-coinciding with The Office‘s 2021 move from Netflix to Peacock. The idea that no one reads the T&Cs is definitely a running joke, to the point where other companies have hidden similar Easter eggs in their own user agreements. Over at the Amazon Web Services terms page, you’ll find a zombie apocalypse joke. That’s a much darker joke than Peacock’s chili recipe. But given that it’s Amazon, what do you expect?
ESP is thought to be a special sense beyond the physical world. So if this man has "the gift," he should be able to tell what the pattern is on that ESP test card on his forehead. Most likely, you've never been abducted by aliens, and you probably don't know anybody who's had a brush with Bigfoot. But undoubtedly, you or somebody close to you has had the apparently paranormal experience of "seeing" the future or distant events.­ Most of us have dreamed something that ­eventually came ­true­, ­­­had a correct ­hunch about an event ­miles ­away ­or predicted an­ out-of-the-blue phone ­­call from an old friend.­­­ The experience is incredibly strange -- positively spooky -- but it happens all the time. ­So what's go­ing on here? Depends on who you ask. A sizable chunk of the world's population attributes these strange events to extrasensory perception (ESP), a special sense beyond vision, hearing, smell, touch and taste. Unlike ordinary senses, ESP has virtually unlimited range, and it's experienced mainly as thoughts rather than bodily sensations.
Putin said in a reference to NATO. NATO now totals 30 members, including 14 European countries that have been added over the past two decades. They include three former Soviet republics, the Baltic nations of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Zubok says he doesn't know what will happen short-term. But as a historian, he sees long-term friction. Former U.S. diplomat Donald Jensen says predictions about Russia are always hard. He served at the embassy in Moscow as the Soviet Union was collapsing, and again in the years afterward. He believes the U.S. Russia, while the Russians were actually battling each other over power and money. He cites an example in 1995, when he was riding a tram in Moscow and saw Vladimir Kryuchkov, the former head of the Soviet security service, the KGB, who led a failed coup attempt against Gorbachev in August 1991, four months before the Soviet collapse. Jensen set up a meeting, and over a bottle of vodka they discussed the final days of the Soviet Union. Jensen said he was struck by how some top Soviet officials seemed less worried about a Soviet breakup than about losing privileged positions that allowed them to make large sums of money. Jensen still studies Russia. He's now at the U.S. Institute of Peace.. While he's critical of some U.S. And while he's critical of some U.S. Russia has missed over the past three decades. The evidence, he says, is on display along the Russia-Ukraine border. Greg Myre is an NPR national security correspondent who was based in Moscow from 1996-99. Follow him @gregmyre1.


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