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She bullied and insulted students for years; her Florida school let her keep teaching 

 

By the time school administrators in Florida moved last year to fire Susan Oyer, the Boca Raton Middle School teacher had spent nearly a decade drawing harassment complaints from children and parents.

There were accusations she quarreled with students. That she mocked their grades and intelligence. That she used their race or nationality to demean them. That she threatened to sue them. That she revealed confidential information about them to their classmates.

Students reported she pushed a girl from behind. That she prohibited students from using the bathroom. That she belittled a girl for not being an American citizen and threatened to report her to immigration authorities.

She bullied and insulted students for years; her Florida school let her keep teaching

Tags: Children, Choices, Damage, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Hate, Misconduct, Neglect, Parental Burden, Respect, Safety, Teacher, Termination, Treatment

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12-Mar-2021


New Study Shows Headjobs Might Be Giving You Cancer 

 

A team of researchers from Johns Hopkins University got more than 500 people to complete a behavioural survey on their sexual activities over several years. About a third of participants had been diagnosed with HPV; about two thirds hadn’t. Main points of interest included an individual’s age, their total number of sexual partners, the age of their “sexual initiation”, and the number of people they performed oral sex on within a short time period.

The findings, published in the American Cancer Society’s peer-reviewed journal CANCER, indicate that having 10 prior oral sex partners is linked to a 4.3-times greater likelihood of contracting HPV-related cancer of the mouth and throat, and that having oral sex at a younger age and more partners in a shorter time period are both associated with higher risk.

Participants who had older sexual partners when they were young and those with partners who engaged in extramarital sex were also more likely to have contracted the cancers, while those who had never engaged in oral sex were less likely.

New Study Shows BJs Might Be Giving You Cancer

Tags: Addiction, Contamination, Damage, Disease, Etiquette, Health, Injury, Oral, Punishment, Sex

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11-Jan-2021


Woman Clashes With Her Husband After They Agree To Take In Her Deceased Best Friend's Children 

 

My best friend passed away unexpectedly nine months ago. It was not something that I ever thought would happen.

"She left behind 3 children, 8[Male], 4[Female] and 1[Female]. My husband and I were written to be her children's godparents."

We have never wanted children of our own and do not have any, but we accepted the role of being godparents because we figured that it's just a formality. Plus my best friend did not have many other people she could rely on."

"I want the children. My husband does not. He said he's willing to take care of them on weekends or something but not be their permanent guardian."

"He said keeping the children would violate a pretty big part of our marriage, considering he has never wanted children and has even got a vasectomy to prevent them."

Woman Clashes With Her Husband After They Agree To Take In Her Deceased Best Friend's Children

Tags: Adoption, Children, Choices, Damage, Enforcement, Etiquette, Interference, Investment, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Preference, Priorities, Rejection, Responsibility, Superficiality

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23-Nov-2020


Facing collapse, the famed Arecibo Observatory will be demolished 

 

The world-famous Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, known for helping scientists peer into deep space and listen for distant radio waves, is set to be decommissioned and demolished after engineers concluded that the facility’s structure is at risk of a collapse. While teams will try to salvage some parts of the observatory, the decommission will bring an end to the popular 57-year-old telescope, which has been featured in numerous films and television shows.

The decision comes after two major cables failed at the facility within the last few months, causing significant damage to the observatory. The National Science Foundation (NSF), which oversees Arecibo, assessed the impact of the cable breaks and found that the facility’s other cables could also fail soon. If some of the remaining cables break, engineers fear that the 900-ton suspended platform above the facility could come crashing down on Arecibo’s iconic 1,000-foot-wide dish. It’s also possible that three surrounding towers, which stand at more than 300 feet tall, could topple over in any direction, potentially hitting the visitor’s center or other important nearby buildings.

Facing collapse, the famed Arecibo Observatory will be demolished

Tags: Damage, Destruction, Extinction, Investment, Space, Surveillance, Tech, World

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20-Nov-2020


Mum's clever iPhone shower trick is dubbed 'x-rated' by hundreds of others online - so can you see why? 

 

A mum's innocent shower 'hack' has been dubbed 'x-rated' by parents after she shared her idea in a popular Facebook group.

'Have you questioned why they need to take their phones in the shower?' one person asked.'

'Easy way to take nudes, thanks mum,' another added.

Kelly was disgusted with the online 'backlash' she received and said: 'I didn't put this up for backlash and not all kids do that. Geez.'

She stuck the phone holders to the wall using Fix Nail Powder adhesive from Kmart.

Mum's clever iPhone shower trick is dubbed 'x-rated' by hundreds of others online - so can you see why?

Tags: Backlash, Children, Choices, Damage, Discovery, Environment, Exploration, Funny, Masturbation, Nature, Overreaction, Parenting, Porn, Tech

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02-Nov-2020


Iconic observatory seen in James Bond film goes dark after massive telescope found mysteriously broken 

 

A massive radio telescope made famous as the backdrop for a pivotal scene in James Bond film "GoldenEye" and other Hollywood hits was found suddenly out of commission after cables mysteriously snapped and smashed into the facility's main dish.

The Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico is home to one of the world's largest radio telescopes, acting as a giant ear to the universe. Located in the middle of a forest, the telescope listens for radio signals from other galaxies and has contributed to numerous breakthroughs in astronomy.

Aside from tracking asteroids that could endanger the planet, the telescope played a major role in the "SETI" program — the search for intelligent life. It was notably used by astronomer Carl Sagan to send an interstellar message.

Earlier this week, the facility was forced to close down after a cable supporting a metal platform above the telescope fell, tearing a 100-foot gash in its giant reflector dish.

Iconic observatory

Tags: Damage, Space, Tech

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15-Aug-2020


The internet is under huge strain because of the coronavirus. Experts say it can cope — for now 

 

With daily life changing for many around the world due to the coronavirus pandemic, a huge surge in internet traffic has led to worries over the resilience of the infrastructure that keeps things humming.

As the COVID-19 disease spreads, authorities in many countries — from the U.K. to India — have implemented nationwide lockdowns, forcing people to work remotely while children are sent home from schools.

In Britain, internet service providers have seen double-digit increases in broadband usage, with BT claiming traffic on its fixed network climbed as much as 60% compared to normal weekdays, while Vodafone says it’s seen mobile data traffic increase by 50% in some markets.

“This is an increase we would normally expect to see in a year,” Chintan Patel, Cisco’s chief technologist in the U.K., told CNBC. “We’re now obviously seeing that in a matter of days and weeks.”

The big uncertainty going forward, he says, is not knowing how long the pandemic — and the nationwide shutdowns it has caused — will last.

If engineers are required to self-isolate, for instance, this may make it harder for telecommunications companies to maintain the copper and fiber cables and other equipment needed to deliver broadband.

“With physical networks, you still need to do a certain amount of maintenance,” Thillien told CNBC. “Whether or not this continues for longer time is the main uncertainty.”

CNBC

Tags: Coronavirus, Damage, Effect, Environment, Fear, Internet, Lifestyle, Population, Tech, Threat

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31-Mar-2020


How we know ending social distancing will lead to more deaths, in one chart 

 

President Donald Trump already wants to pull back social distancing policies and guidances implemented in response to the coronavirus pandemic. But we know, based on the nation’s history with past outbreaks, what will happen if we do this too early: People will die.

In 1918, the world was ravaged by a horrible flu pandemic, which was linked to as many as 100 million deaths globally and about 675,000 deaths in the US. In response, cities across America adopted a variety of social distancing measures to combat the pandemic. Based on several studies of the period, these measures worked to reduce the death toll overall.

But many cities, also worried about the effects of social distancing on normal life and the economy, pulled back their social distancing efforts prematurely. When they did, they saw flu cases — and deaths — rise again.

Vox

Tags: Choices, Coronavirus, Damage, Environment, Govt, Health, History, Lifestyle, Nature, Policy, Politics, Population, Quarantine, Safety, Study, Treatment, Virus, Warning, World

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25-Mar-2020


Elderly Woman ‘In Tears’ At Empty Supermarket Highlights Panic Buying Crisis 

 

Countries around the world have witnessed unprecedented panic buying at supermarkets and pharmacies due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Aisles have been stripped bare every day as many try to get enough food to last them through a two week self-isolation.

However, there have been some people who have been greedier than others.

As a result, loads of shoppers have been left to get whatever is left and, in some cases, leave nearly empty handed with no idea how they'll get their groceries.

That was highlighted in a heartbreaking picture of an elderly woman in Australia standing in front of cleared out shelves that used to hold canned foods.

Channel 9's Seb Costello shared the picture on social media of the devastating reality that is facing many people across Australia and the world.

He reported the woman was left in tears at the bare aisles.

LAD Bible

Tags: All Rights, Backlash, Bullying, Contagion, Coronavirus, Damage, Death, Disabled, Disease, Effect, Empathy, Environment, Etiquette, Extinction, Food, Health, Humanity, Interference, Mental Health, Neglect, Outbreak, Overpopulation, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parenting, Politics, Privilege, Safety, Self Interest, Society, Superiority, Survival, Toxic, Tragedy, Unruly Child, World

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20-Mar-2020


Kids and teens are experiencing such severe side effects from weight loss and sexual function pills, they're ending up in the hospital 

 

Supplements send an estimated 23,000 people to the hospital each year in the United States, and a new study suggests children and young adults comprise a significant number of these visits. Even more alarming, supplements for weight loss, muscle gain, and sexual function were some of the biggest culprits for adolescent supplement-related hospitalizations, according to a new retrospective study in Journal of Adolescent Health.

Researchers looked at adverse event reports in a Food & Drug Administration (FDA) database that were filed between January 2005 and April 2005 and found 1,392 adverse event reports related to supplement use in young people (from babies to 25 year-olds).

The researchers zeroed in on 977 reports where a single supplement was deemed responsible for causing a person's hospital visit.

Business Insider

Tags: Abuse, Chemicals, Children, Choices, Damage, Drugs, FDA, Health, Medical, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Safety, Vitamins, Youth

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11-Jun-2019


A 3-year-old boy repeatedly entered the wrong password, locked up his dad's iPad until 2067 

 

Let's just call this reason No. 580 not to leave your kids alone with technology: They might lock you out of it.

That's what happened over the weekend to Evan Osnos, a staff writer at The New Yorker and a fellow at the Brookings Institution.

He put out a tweet -- or a cry for help -- letting the world know of the little situation his toddler put him in.

"Uh, this looks fake but, alas, it's our iPad today after 3-year-old tried (repeatedly) to unlock. Ideas?" Osnos tweeted. A photo of the iPad's screen noted the device was disabled. It also had this mind-blowing message: "Try again in 25,536,442 minutes."

CNN

Tags: Children, Damage, Parenting, Tech

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09-Apr-2019