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Reopening states too early leads to more lethal results, as coronavirus projection models show

The models estimate the predicted number of cases and deaths at the state and national levels, and a model from the University of Texas at Austin creates projections for the metropolitan area. “Country-level forecasts vary widely, reflecting differences in early epidemic phases, when to intervene, and model-specific assumptions,” said the CDC. Models that take into account a large reduction in …

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Early thoughts on the Jets Draft Class 2020

I am aware that you can only really rate a draft class years after you have selected it. Anyone who has ever had an opinion on the design has many big mistakes in their files. These are my very early thoughts on the 2020 Jets Draft class. In a few years time, some of these statements will undoubtedly look ridiculous, …

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Amex Card Refreshes come in early May

I’ve already written about how Amex plans to cut costs by $ 3 billion in 2020. Much of the spending cut is caused by marketing, but we can expect to see cost reductions across the company. Something else was revealed during Amex’s first quarter earnings call. I’ve written in the past about how card issuers should update the benefits of …

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Infinity Ward reveals an early look at the next patch notes for the Modern Warfare update

Infinity Ward developers have released their latest weekly community update for Modern Warfare, which gives players early insight into the benefits of the April 28 patch for multiplayer and Warzone Battle Royale. As part of its efforts to improve communication with the Call of Duty player base, Infinity Ward has released weekly community updates to keep everyone updated on what …

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Senator asks AG Barr to refuse Bernie Madoff’s early release from prison

Senator John Kennedy, a Louisiana Republican. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images Senator John Kennedy, R-La., On Monday urged Attorney General William Barr to reject applications from infamous Ponzi schemers Bernie Madoff and R. Allen Stanford for early release of the prison due to the coronavirus pandemic. “The release of any such person or someone in a similar situation …

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Virtual test draft ‘smooth’ after early hiccups

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Denver Broncos’ President of Football Operations / General Manager, John Elway, called his team’s IT team “heroes” ahead of this week’s draft, and anticipates problems will be minimal when the selection is officially made. Elway and representatives from all other teams ran a dry run of the design on Monday morning with a two-hour training session. There …

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Earth-sized, habitable zone planet found hidden in early NASA Kepler data

Kepler-1649c (photo courtesy of NASA) Kepler-1649c (photo courtesy of NASA) WASHINGTON – A team of transatlantic scientists, using re-analyzed data from NASA’s Kepler space telescope, has discovered an Earth-sized exoplanet orbiting in the habitable zone of its star, the area around a star in which a rocky planet could carry liquid water. Scientists discovered this planet called Kepler-1649c when they …

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Some worms are programmed to die early for colony reasons

Caenorhabditis elegans. Photo credit: Wikipedia Some worms are genetically predisposed to die before age, which the colony apparently benefits by reducing food requirements. This was the result of a new UCL-led study. The model study, published in Aging cellprovides the first evidence of programmed, adaptive death in an animal that has evolved due to the benefits to the community. Lead …

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