There is air pollution worse for us than we thought, the richest man in the world revealed his moon vessel, and Mother's Day is around the corner. Here's what you should know, in two minutes or less.
Evidence suggests that air pollution may cause dementia
These people with mental health can eat well, exercise strength and keep vices, like smoking. But the deteriorating air quality in American cities is more difficult to avoid. Now, a wave of studies suggests that air pollution is more harmful to us than previously thought, particularly in relation to dementia. How big is the evidence? "I am not hesitant to say that air pollution causes dementia," says the USU Air Pollution and Brain Disease research network.
Jeff Bezos revealed his lunar lander
For almost two decades, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been space company, Blue Origin, to fully pay out of pocket. He had previously expected the moon to be known to colonize, but today he took the curtain on Blue Moon, a beast of 33,000 pounds which was able to give 6.5 metric tons of payload on the surface of the moon.
In Xinjiang, in the northwest of China, million Uyurur Muslims are run in concentrated camps are fully packaged to "re-educate." All words and movements are monitored. They are given drugs and injections, and they are not allowed to ask them. This is a surveillance state of China. It is not an ancient history; it's happening now.
WIRED recommends: Last-Minute Mother's Day Gifts
Mother's Day meet you? You intend to tell us that your mother spent nine months with you, and you still couldn't worry to remember her holiday? Well you're lucky: WIRED secured a list of the best gifts on Mother's Day last for the prisoners among us.
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