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Starbucks barista, who refused to serve the maskless woman, hopes to build his future with tips he has received – NBC 7 San Diego

The Starbucks barista, who was embarrassed on social media for refusing to service a non-masked customer, told NBC 7 that he only wanted to shape his future with the tips he received. NBC 7 spoke to Lenin Gutierrez about his plans with the money that thousands of people had donated for a courageous campaign. Gutierrez said he doesn’t want to …

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CERN plans to build a new $ 23 billion super collider that is 100 kilometers long

A visitor takes a phone photo of a large, backlit picture of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the “Collider” exhibition at the Science Museum on November 12, 2013 in London, England. Peter Macdiarmid, Getty Images The Large Hadron ColliderWith a length of 27 kilometers, it is currently the world’s most energy-intensive particle collider. It is also literally the largest …

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SpaceX scrap plans to build another Mars ship in the port of LA

SpaceX caused a stir two years ago when it proposed building its Mars spacecraft and rocket booster in a vacant location in the port of Los Angeles. The company received political support for the plan, local officials advertised it as a manufacturing profit in Southern California, and the project received the go-ahead. Then SpaceX changed its mind and withdrew from …

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Microsoft strained its cloud and AI muscles during Build 2020

If you’re in the Targeted Publishing cycle, you’re one of the first to try it in Office.com and Outlook for the web. In the new format, you can start any office app you want, e.g. B. Excel or Word, and fluid components such as diagrams, tables or task lists. Microsoft These components stay up-to-date wherever you are, so if you …

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Microsoft Build proves that lively tech events can be successful online

It was a familiar, assignable moment for those who were at home with children during the pandemic and who had sneaked into an important tele-meeting or TV segment. (Microsoft (MSFT)coincidentally or not, is currently broadcasting a TV commercial on this concept). However, this was a big moment for the company. According to Microsoft, more than 230,000 participants have registered for …

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The biggest announcements from Microsoft Build 2020

Microsoft’s annual developer conference has officially started, the first annual consumer tech developer conference we’ve seen online. The others are Google I / O and Apple’s WWDC. All three obviously changed during the pandemic, and it was instructive to see what each company chose (or will choose). Google canceled the I / O directly – perhaps more securely because Google …

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New study wants astronauts to build a moon base with their piss

It’s been over 50 years since we first landed on the moon, and humanity is soon planning a return to the lunar surface with NASA’s upcoming Artemis mission. As NASA has repeatedly emphasized when discussing the return to the moon, this time the trip will be “stay”. And for that we have to get creative. In search of sustainable solutions …

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Scientists build rocket engines with spiral explosions

Fire ring For the first time, scientists have tested an experimental rocket engine that they say could change the way we launch spacecraft. The engine, known as the rotating detonation rocket engine, is propelled by an ongoing series of powerful explosions, according to a press release from the University of Central Florida. Based on the researchers’ findings, rockets could become …

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NASA chooses Bezos’ Blue Origin and Musks SpaceX to build new lunar lander science

NASA has selected three private space companies to oversee the development of the lunar lander for the upcoming lunar landings. The three companies are Blue Origin, owned by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos; ElX Musk’s SpaceX; and Dynetics, based in Huntsville, Alabama, announced NASA on Thursday. The lunar lander will carry the astronauts from the lunar orbit to the lunar surface …

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