The Winnowing of the Wilson’s Snipe

The Winnowing of the Wilson’s Snipe

You’ll likely hear one before you spot it, but when you learn to pick out the noises snipe make, you can usually track them down.winnowing calls of a Wilson’s snipe.

Georgia's Governor Lets Businesses Reopen. Some Say No Thanks

Georgia's Governor Lets Businesses Reopen. Some Say No Thanks

“It’s a nightmare,” says Ben Horgan, co-owner of the Comet Pub and Lanes, a bowling alley and brewery in Decatur, Georgia.Horgan closed the business on March 16, weeks before government orders, out of concern for the safety of staff and customers; the closure affected roughly 100 employees.

No, a Border Wall Won't Stop Coronavirus

No, a Border Wall Won't Stop Coronavirus

Instead of prioritizing physical barriers at all, especially at the southern border, researchers say that the US should be focused on limiting Covid-19 spread at ports of entry around the country through screening and home quarantine orders.

The Most Dangerous People on the Internet This Decade

The Most Dangerous People on the Internet This Decade

But it makes a few very notable exceptions, including for the North Korean hackers broadly known as Lazarus, which has carried out some of the most aggressive hacking operations ever seen online.

'Trump's Notes' Photographer Explains How He Got the Shot

'Trump's Notes' Photographer Explains How He Got the Shot

But then the press conference took a turn, as the president began reading from his notes and waving his arms, giving a clear view of the black lettering.“I quickly noticed that the pad contained large handwritten notes in Sharpie and focused my camera to capture what was on the page,” Wilson said.

Little Plastic 'Nurdles' Are Flooding Beaches and Waterways

Little Plastic 'Nurdles' Are Flooding Beaches and Waterways

They want Formosa to pay $184 million in penalties, the maximum allowed by the Clean Water Act. For more than three years, Diane Wilson and two other local volunteers have collected more than 2,400 samples of nurdles and pellet powder discharged illegally by Formosa’s 2,500-acre Port Lavaca facility.

The Meat-Allergy Tick Also Carries a Mystery Killer Virus

The Meat-Allergy Tick Also Carries a Mystery Killer Virus

A tick best known for making people allergic to red meat can also infect its victims with the deadly Bourbon virus. But the CDC has yet to formally declare Bourbon virus a tick-borne disease, which would require states to report any cases to the federal agency.

Is That a Hand? Glitches Reveal Google Books' Human Scanners

Is That a Hand? Glitches Reveal Google Books' Human Scanners

A finger appears beside a page a Google Books scan. These glitches, collected in Andrew Norman Wilson's Scan Ops , reveal the old-school manual labor that still supports the digital age, even at the Googleplex.

Oh, Lovely: The Tick That Gives People Meat Allergies Is Spreading

Oh, Lovely: The Tick That Gives People Meat Allergies Is Spreading

With that mystery solved, Platts-Mills turned to figuring out what made patients so sensitive to alpha-gal.The best hint he had was the geographic overlap between the cetuximab patients and previously reported meat allergies.

How much does it cost to power an electric car around Australia? $150

How much does it cost to power an electric car around Australia? $150

Wilson, 70, a retired farmer from near Biloela in central Queensland, had planned the trip of a lifetime with her husband, Rod. One impulsive evening in mid-2016 they went online and, sight-unseen, bought a Tesla S75 electric car for the journey.