A Pandemic Tragedy on Brazil’s Lago Verde

A Pandemic Tragedy on Brazil’s Lago Verde

The Indigenous leader, whose life story is inextricably linked with the struggle for the rights and recognition of the Borari people, was beloved in her village, Alter do Chão, Brazil, along the banks of the Tapajós River in the western state of Pará.Dona Lusia died from Covid-19 , which generated trepidation and fear.

Can a Game Get Young Players Interested in Holocaust History?

Can a Game Get Young Players Interested in Holocaust History?

When Bernard sent Salter pictures of some of the work he’d previously done, she picked up right away on the fact that he had Nazis rounding up the children.

A Hacker Tried to Poison a Florida City's Water Supply, Officials Say

A Hacker Tried to Poison a Florida City's Water Supply, Officials Say

Around 8 am on Friday morning, an employee of a water treatment plant in the 15,000-person city of Oldsmar, Florida, noticed that his mouse cursor was moving strangely on his computer screen, out of his control, as local police would later tell it.

Why I've Never Mixed Weed With Virtual Reality

Why I've Never Mixed Weed With Virtual Reality

Jaron Lanier , the father of modern virtual reality, famously eschews all drugs, but in his 2017 memoir, Dawn of the New Everything , he spends a bit of time exploring the parallels between VR and a famous psychedelic: VR is sometimes compared to LSD, but VR users can share a world objectively, even if it is fantastical, while LSD users cannot.

Melting Arctic Could Rapidly Unlock 'Deep Carbon' Buried in Permafrost

Melting Arctic Could Rapidly Unlock 'Deep Carbon' Buried in Permafrost

Arctic lakes could release a vast reservoir of ancient carbon buried deep under the permanently frozen ground, or permafrost, thereby accelerating climate change.