The Daily Populous

Monday July 16th, 2018 night edition

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"In America, there's this big problem of shootings in schools," Baron Cohen said.

Walsh in a tweet said that Baron Cohen "fooled" him, but said he was against arming of kindergarteners.

Gun-ownership rights activist Philip Van Cleave was also asked to help create a training video for the toddlers featuring "gunimals".

Larry Pratt, the executive director of Gun Owners of America said "toddlers are pure, uncorrupted by fake news or homosexuality.

"Thank you Sacha Baron Cohen for highlighting what people think.

Thank you Sacha Baron Cohen for highlighting what people think.

They are talking about arming kids in kindergarten to stop someone with a gun. »

California Beat Its 2020 Emissions Target Four Years Early

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Emissions in 1990 were 431 million metric tons and they were 429.4 million metric tons in 2016.

The 2020 target is mandated by a 2006 law, but since then California has passed an even stricter law requiring emissions to be 40% below 1990 levels by the year 2030.

Overall 2016 greenhouse gas emissions for the U.S. in 2016 were around 6.5 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalents, and represented about 15% of global emissions in 2014. »

Tesla Model 3 unmanned on Autopilot travels 1,000 km on a single charge in new hypermiling record

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Just a few months after establishing the 606-mile (975 km) Tesla Model 3 hypermiling record, another team has beat it with a 622-mile (1,001 km) run with a twist: the Model 3 was also “unmanned” and on Autopilot.

The new Model 3 record was organized by electric car rental company ‘nextmove’ in Germany this weekend.

“Naturally, a test circuit with clear markings, long straights, broad curves and few surprises provides near-ideal conditions for the Tesla autopilot. »

Plutonium went missing in San Antonio, but the government says nothing

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When asked, officials at the lab and in San Antonio declined to say exactly how much plutonium and cesium were missing.

In the San Antonio incident, the San Antonio police were dumbfounded that the experts from Idaho did not take more precautions.

The NRC imposed fines totaling $8,500 for the college's mishandling of the plutonium, and the years-long delay in reporting it missing. »

'Underworked' victims of modern slavery endure extra exploitation

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People trapped in modern slavery can be 'underworked' by ruthless employers, to increase their debt bondage and provide revenue from living costs.

The assumption that victims of exploitation are worked like 'slaves' is shielding extra layers of exploitation, shows research led by the University of Bath's School of Management, published by the Academy of Management. »