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- Ethereum change cut cryptocurrency power demandSwitching systems may have made electricity savings similar to the amount used by Ireland. ..... Read More.4 hours ago
- Howard Stern Speculates Kirstie Alley’s Death Could Be Linked To Anti-Mandate Views: ‘Maybe She ...Howard Stern weighed in on the death of Cheers star Kirstie Alley by speculating that her death from colon cancer could have been a consequence of her political beliefs. On Tuesday’s edition of The Howard Stern Show, Stern expressed his sadness over the news that Alley passed away on Monday at the age of 71. During the announcement her children remarked that her cancer had been “only recently discovered.” “I was all freaked out. My wife told me this morning that Kirstie Alley died,” Stern began. “I saw that last night and I started reading up on her because again, another person we had on the show and had really warm feelings for,” his co-host Robin Quivers said. “Well, what freaked me out about Kirstie Alley is — is that she’s 71 and I know to some people that’s old, but to me that’s young and they’re saying… ..... Read More.5 hours ago
- Fox Host Delivers a Stunning Takedown of Trump’s Woeful Election Record: He ‘Plays Right Into th...Fox Business host Stuart Varney sounds like he’s done with Donald Trump. While he’s been a vocal supporter in the past, Varney torched the former president and his standing in the Republican Party on Wednesday. Discussing the Georgia Senate runoff election between Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA) and the Trump-endorsed Herschel Walker, Varney laid into Trump’s influence on the midterms already and suggested his recent call for terminate the Constitution could spoil the chances of yet another one of his candidates. Varney showed a collection of the Trump-backed candidates that already lost their midterm elections, rattling off Trump’s recent failures. “In the midterms, Trump-backed candidates lost in vital races. Dr. [Mehmet] Oz in Pennsylvania, Don Bolduc in New Hampshire, Tudor Dixon in Michigan, Doug Mastriano in Pennsylvania, Kari Lake in Arizona,” Varney said before torching Trump’s Truth Social posts on the Constitution. Trump first suggested the Constitution could be… ..... Read More.5 hours ago
- JUST IN: January 6 Committee to Make Criminal ReferralsThe House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol will make criminal referrals, announced the committee’s chairman on Tuesday. “We have made decisions on criminal referrals,” said Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS). He said “we will” when asked if there will be such referrals, according to The Washington Examiner. Thompson also said “that’s part of the discussion” when asked if any witnesses committed perjury, reported CNN. Thompson did not name any names regarding who will be referred to the DOJ and who the committee believes perjured themselves. “We’re in the process of bringing forward different recommendations to the full committee for consideration,” said Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD), a committee member, according to Axios. Rep. Jamie Raskin, who leads the subcommittee looking at this and other unfinished business: “We’re in the process of bringing forward different recommendations to the full committee for consideration.” — Andrew… ..... Read More.5 hours ago
- ESPN’s Bomani Jones Slams Deion Sanders For Using An HBCU To Bolster His Own Career: ‘He Sold a ...ESPN host Bomani Jones slammed the new University of Colorado Boulder’s head football coach Deion Sanders for using Jackson State to boost his coaching career. Sanders left Jackson State on Saturday to become the new head coach at Colorado, and he was introduced as their head coach on Sunday afternoon. Sanders immediately told his new players to look at the transfer portal because he would bring his own “luggage.” Jones — a longtime ESPN personality who also currently hosts Game Theory for HBO — appeared on Tuesday’s edition of CNN This Morning and said he did not blame Sanders for taking job in Colorado, given the dramatically increased pay. “I don’t judge him for taking the job at Colorado,” Jones said. “They probably increased his salary by 15 times. I totally get that; it all makes sense.” Jones claimed Sanders did what most college coaches do — try… ..... Read More.5 hours ago
- The Undergraduate Essay Is About to DieSuppose you are a professor of pedagogy, and you assign an essay on learning styles. A student hands in an essay with the following opening paragraph: The construct of “learning styles” is problematic because it fails to account for the processes through which learning styles are shaped. Some students might develop a particular learning style because they have had particular experiences. Others might develop a particular learning style by trying to accommodate to a learning environment that was not well suited to their learning needs. Ultimately, we need to understand the interactions among learning styles and environmental and personal factors, and how these shape how we learn and the kinds of learning we experience. Pass or fail? A- or B+? And how would your grade change if you knew a human student hadn’t written it at all? Because Mike Sharples, a professor in the U.K., used GPT-3, a large language… ..... Read More.5 hours ago