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thehill.comPro-hunting Trump officials take ax to wildlife protectionsThe Trump administration is systematically rolling back protections for endangered wildlife and expanding rights for hunters, winning cheers from sporting associations but worrying environmentalists who fear it will lead to the extinction of prote
thetechedvocate.orgIs Artificial Intelligence the Future of eLearning?Spread the lovePeople have long feared that artificial intelligence may render some of our traditional employment opportunities useless. Teachers may be faced with the extinction of some of their own responsibilities with the continued development of artificial intelligence. Some experts are predicting that machine learning and artificial intelligence could be the wave of the future. This is only strengthened by the continued rise in popularity and efficiency of eLearning. Is it possible that artificial intelligence could be the future of eLearning experiences? Here are a few reasons why it seems likely in the coming years. Artificial intelligence can personalize education. …
phys.orgStudy casts doubt on traditional view of pterosaur flightMost renderings and reconstructions of pterodactyls and other extinct flying reptiles show a flight pose much like that of bats, which fly with their hind limbs splayed wide apart. But a new method for inferring how ancient animals might have moved their joints suggests that pterosaurs probably couldn't strike that pose.
sciencealert.comThe Few Birds That Survived The Dinosaur Extinction Had an Unexpected AdvantageFor quite a while now, scientists have known that birds made it through a deadly asteroid catastrophe when most dinosaurs didn't. But, according to a new study, it was really just a lucky handful of avian ancestors that survived.
music.avclub.comWearing and tearing: An hour of classic rockers grappling with punk and new waveThe various mass-extinction events in pop music history are greatly overstated. Hair metal wasn’t wiped from the face of the earth the moment “Smells Like Teen Spirit” roared to life; the pre-rock ’n’ roll crooners eked out a decent living in casinos and on TV after the teenyboppers turned their attentions to guitars. And though it briefly supplanted the AOR gods at pop’s bleeding edge, punk never truly killed its elders. The King-worshipping members of The Clash accurately surmised that the spirit of The Beatles and Elvis Presley was dead in 1977, but The Rolling Stones were still around—and the album they released on June 9, 1978, Some Girls, proved they could absorb and synthesize the aesthetic and attitudes of punk as adroitly as they had blues, psychedelia, and intravenous drugs.