September 30, 2022

We’ve seen the Biden administration walk back certain out-loud, off-script remarks from the President. The latest disappoints thousands who were beginning to see the light at the end of the student loan debt tunnel. It’s a reminder that not all well-intentioned promises made in the heat of a political election are economically viable or prudent in reality; As the world condemns Russia’s sham elections in Ukrainian territories, Ukraine’s president levies a warning Putin should heed; Meta just took down a bunch of fake social media accounts trying to exert influence on one of our most fragile institutions – again; So, just how can homes be made to withstand hurricanes?; This is taking lasers to a whole new level; A just-released study found climate change did impact Hurricane Ian and made all the difference; and Mexican astronomers just made an amazing discovery. Go beyond the headlines…

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These new technologies could make homes more resistant to hurricanes

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Study finds that climate change added 10% to Ian’s rainfall

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Mexican astronomers discover an exoplanet 20 light-years away

Venezuela’s mining region a hotbed of sex trafficking and violence, UN says

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