From 1d ago What we learned: Tuesday, 12 July With that, we will wrap up the blog for the evening. We’ll be back first thing tomorrow, with all the latest from Fiji and closer to shore. Here are today’s major…
A pioneering British jet suit company is giving super-powers to paramedics for their search and rescue missions in the remote Lake District of northern England. Gravity Industries has been testing the jet suit with the Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS). The maiden voyage two years ago saw Gravity Industries founder and Chief Test Pilot […]
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A self-confessed charity addict won more than $145 million (£115) million in the lottery, allowing her to overdose on her admitted addiction. Making news headlines around the UK and Ireland, Frances Connelly has already given away ($74 million) £60 million with her husband, “Patty” Patrick, who actually bought the winning lottery ticket. “Helping people… it […]
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A 71-year-old Swedish man “can’t put into words” how thankful he is for the new technology that quickly flew him into the small category of only ten percent of people who survive sudden cardiac arrest. The man has now made a speedy recovery, after the speedy delivery of a defibrillator—via autonomous drone. The company behind […]
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Experts have pushed back against claims that this weekend’s tragic tornadoes in Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, and Tennessee can be clearly linked to man-made climate change. In an exclusive interview with The Epoch Times, professor and climate economist Richard S.J….
There is a grave environmental crisis afoot. Mind you, it isn’t the oft-discussed “climate crisis”— but a threat that’s conveniently overlooked: radical preservationism. Preservationists, namely the far-Left and their environmentalist allies, have falsely presented themselves as true conservationists. But they’ve…
Sunday afternoon, Hurricane Ida hit New Orleans, leaving the city devastated. With the city flooded and without power, it is said to be the strongest hurricane in the past 165 years. For 16 hours, Ida whirled relentlessly, not weakening over…
Australian researchers discovered a potentially life-saving treatment for heart attacks inside a very unlikely source–the venom of one of the world’s deadliest spiders. A drug candidate developed from a molecule found in the venom of the Fraser Island (K’gari) funnel web spider can prevent damage caused by a heart attack, as well as extend the […]
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Normally limited to listening to your every request for music to play in your living room or assembling things in a factory, a robot paramedic that can perform CPR will soon be joining first responder teams across the south of England. For the very first time, an automaton has been made that can perform the […]
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A UK college senior is doing his part to ‘stop the bleeding’ of violent knife crime by inventing a device that can help first responders better seal wounds. Depending on the location, the victim of a stabbing doesn’t have long without proper first aid to stop blood loss, but if Joseph Bentley’s new invention is […]
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