The Daily Populous

Thursday May 31st, 2018 day edition

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4/23 Nasa releases stunning images of Jupiter's great red spot The storm bigger than the Earth, has been swhirling for 350 years.

6/23 Baby Hawaiian bobtail squid Another Wellcome Images Award winner, this time of baby Hawaiian bobtail squid.

The black ink sac and light organ in the centre of the squid’s mantle cavity can be clearly seen.

7/23 Skeletons of 5,000-year-old Chinese ‘giants’ discovered by archaeologists The people are thought to have been unusually tall and strong.

They happen on a 26-million year cycle, scientists have said, which coincide with mass extinctions over the last 260-million years.

Since dogs’ anatomy is similar to those of humans’, intentionally creating dogs with certain human genetic traits could allow scientists to further understand how they occur.

22/23 Researchers discover 'lost world' of arctic dinosaurs Scientists say that the new dinosaur, known as Ugrunaaluk kuukpikensis, “challenges everything we thought about a dinosaur’s physiology”. »

Police faked 258,000 breath tests in shocking 'breach of trust'

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Mr Barrett said the audit found a suspicious number of breath tests were being conducted in quick succession.

Governance, controls and audit functions to support preliminary breath test (PBT) compliance and monitoring will be implemented immediately, police said.

Up to 4 million alcohol tests are conducted on drivers every year, according to a previous police statement. »

California Senate votes to restore net neutrality

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The California Senate voted on Wednesday to approve a bill that would reinstate the net neutrality regulations repealed by the Federal Communications Commission in December.

After the FCC moved to eliminate net neutrality rules, states began implementing their own measures.

California would be the third state to pass a net neutrality law, following Washington and Oregon. »

Right, Left, Right, Wrong!

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In an attempt to identify justhumanity became so strongly right-handed, many studies have been carried out to identify whethermanifested signs of handedness.

Although our resources are, it does appear that, even in the depths of prehistory, man has always been aanimal.

However, some researchers, notably Fred Previc, have claimed that the percentage of right-handedness is actually smaller in more primitive cultures. »