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Here is why honey bee brood could be the future of food

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Lola Gayle, STEAM Register KØBENHAVN, DENMARK: While many in the Western world – myself included – may have a hard time digesting the thought, edible insects are believed to be one of the best possible ways to feed the world. And with the human population projected to reach over 9 billion by 2050, we certainly need…

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Experts pour cold water of Trump’s proposal to lock down New York with a two-week quarantine

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On Saturday, President Donald Trump raised the possibility that he might impose a quarantine on the states of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut to contain the spread of coronavirus. But his suggestion has not met a receptive audience from experts.

Conservative Naval War College professor Tom Nichols pointed out that Trump doesn't have the authority to order such a quarantine in the first place. And former White House Press Secretary Joel Lockhart noted if it did happen, it would be stunningly authoritarian.

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Michigan governor’s former opponent slams ‘inept’ Trump for petty attacks: ‘I’ve got her back’

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On Saturday, former Michigan gubernatorial candidate Abdul El-Sayed clapped back at President Donald Trump for his attacks on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer:

#ThatWomanInMichigan is @GovWhitmer. I ran against her. And though we may not always agree on everything, I know how tough she is.

Leading in crisis is hard. It’s even HARDER when the President is inept. I admire the work she’s putting in for our state. And I’ve got her back.

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Trump supporters are trashing Dr. Tony Fauci during coronavirus crisis — pushing #FauciFraud hashtag

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Supporters of President Donald Trump are attacking Dr. Anthony Fauci during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, The New York Times reported Saturday.

The newspaper explained that Fauci "has become the target of an online conspiracy theory that he is mobilizing to undermine the president."

"That fanciful claim has spread across social media, fanned by a right-wing chorus of Mr. Trump’s supporters, even as Dr. Fauci has won a public following for his willingness to contradict the president and correct falsehoods and overly rosy pronouncements about containing the virus," The Times reported.

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