The Daily Populous

Sunday June 9th, 2019 day edition

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AOC Pushes To Make It Easier To Study Shrooms And Other Psychedelic Drugs

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"Academics and scientists report that provisions like this create [stigma] and insurmountable logistical hurdles to researching schedule I drugs," the summary states.

Cannabis is classified under Schedule I as well, and researchers wishing to study it also have to overcome procedural hurdles that don't exist for other less-restricted substances.

The existing policy in question that Ocasio-Cortez is seeking to overturn has been attached to legislation funding the U.S. »

"Game Of Thrones" Fans Have Raised More Than $130K For Emilia Clarke's Brain Injury Charity

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Clarke, who played Daenerys Targaryen, founded the brain injury rehabilitation charity after having two life-threatening aneurysms while filming Game of Thrones.

After learning of the fundraiser on May 30, Clarke made an Instagram post thanking fans for raising — at the time — £38,000 for her charity.

The incredible support of Elle Ellaria, @reddit’s r/FreeFolk and Emilia’s fans worldwide means their campaign has raised over £100,000 for SameYou. »

After 40 Years of Searching, Scientists Identify The Key Flaw in Solar Panel Efficiency

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A new study outlines a material defect in silicon used to produce solar cells that has previously gone undetected.

It could be responsible for the 2 percent efficiency drop that solar cells can see in the first hours of use: Light Induced Degradation (LID).

What's more, heating the material in the dark, a process often used to remove traps from silicon, seems to reverse the degradation. »