The Daily Populous

Tuesday February 20th, 2018 night edition

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If that wasn’t bad enough, it’s now estimated that by 2050, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish.

The high schooler has been picking up trash along the two-mile route from her school to her home for months now, using the basket of her bike to bring the trash home.

In just the short amount of time that she has been picking up trash, Nadia has already accumulated more than two recycling bins worth of plastic.

Despite her green intentions, some of the kids at Nadia’s school have dubbed her “Trash Girl” and have bullied her for her noble efforts to help the planet.

We are all responsible for keeping this world safe, instead of believing that it’s always someone else’s job,” Nadia said about the bullies.

“I told her she had two choices, she could either stop collecting rubbish, stop drawing their attention and hopefully they would leave her alone.

Or she could own “trash girl,” Paula Sparkes, Nadia’s mom, said about the bullies. »

Ten years later, ‘Ratatouille’ remains a striking allegory of art and class

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They live in hiding and squalor, for they are hated by humans and are consequently in constant fear for their lives.

They have Brooklyn accents in the French city of Paris, a discordant detail that betrays them as foreigners, at least ancestrally.

If this isn’t a clear allegory for how the underprivileged are so often denied access to artistic expression, I’m not sure what is. »

The Switch version is below update 130. : paydaytheheist

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Update 131 was the John Wick Heists update, and it also changed the billboards in game to the new community made designs.

Why are we paying $5 more for an outdated version of the game with less content?

So I can play it on-the-go and think to myself, "wow, I really wish I was playing the full version right now"?. »

Samsung unveils world’s largest SSD with whopping 30TB of storage

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Samsung has unveiled the world’s largest solid state drive — an unassuming-looking bit of kit that boasts a whopping 30.72 terabytes of storage.

It’s the most storage ever crammed into the 2.5-inch form factor, and is designed for enterprise customers looking to move away from the mechanical parts of your standard disk-based hard drive.

The PM1643 is built from 32 sticks of 1TB NAND flash packages, each of which contains 16 layers of 512Gb V-NAND chips. »

Earthquakes follow wastewater disposal patterns in southern Kansas

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Until 2013, earthquakes were nearly unheard of in Harper and Sumner counties, the site of recent intensive oil and gas production.

Prior to 1973, there were no felt earthquakes reported in the area, and only one magnitude 2.0 earthquake between 1973 and 2012.

"The probability of this rate change occurring randomly is approximately 0.16%," Rubinstein and colleagues write in the BSSA study. »