The Daily Populous

Thursday April 22nd, 2021 morning edition

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Why Climate Change is Driving Some to Skip Having Kids A new study finds that overconsumption, overpopulation and uncertainty about the future are among the top concerns of those who say climate change is affecting their reproductive decision-making.

For a growing number of people, climate change is also being added to the list of considerations, says a University of Arizona researcher.

They started by analyzing online comments posted in response to news articles written about the growing trend of people forgoing having children due to climate change concerns.

They then sought out adults ages 18 to 35 who said climate change plays an important role in their reproductive decision-making.

Interviewees and online commenters also frequently expressed a sense of doom about the future if climate change continues unchecked.

Others expressed hope that future generations could contribute to environmental improvement by increasing climate change awareness and action.

"Many people now are severely affected in terms of mental health with regard to climate change concerns," she said. »

Joe Rogan Search Traffic Has Dropped 40% Since His Spotify Exclusive Began

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Is Joe Rogan losing relevance following his exclusive podcast deal with Spotify?

Joe Rogan reportedly received a handsome $100 million for inking his exclusive podcast deal with Spotify.

According to Google Trends search traffic data, searches of ‘Joe Rogan,’ including related searches like ‘Joe Rogan podcast’ or ‘Joe Rogan MMA,’ have dropped roughly 40% since Spotify announced its deal last year. »

Thanks to Republican Anti-Vaxxers, the U.S. May Never Reach COVID-19 Herd Immunity

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As part of that effort, on Wednesday, the president will call on businesses to give workers paid time off to get their COVID-19 shots.

Disturbingly, the focus group revealed that many people refusing to get vaccinated would use a fake vaccination card claiming they had received their shots.

Other participants said they‘d use a fake vaccination card to go on trips and attend concerts. »

Researchers Secretly Tried To Add Vulnerabilities to Linux Kernel, Ended Up Getting Banned

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However, some contributors have been caught today trying to submit patches stealthily containing security vulnerabilities to the Linux kernel, and they were caught by the Linux kernel maintainers.

They used the Linux kernel as one of their main experiments, due to its well-known reputation and adaptation around the world.

A number of these patches they submitted to the kernel were indeed successfully merged to the Linux kernel tree. »