Young climate strikers I spoke to recently are confused and distressed about the things adults are doing. It’s not just inaction during the worsening climate crisis that bothers them, but the increasingly bizarre criticism many older people throw at striking schoolchildren, in the media and elsewhere. In the absence of any meaningful attempts to restrain global carbon emissions, the direct action of young people should, logically, be applauded. But maybe we’re not dealing with an…"A psychotherapist explains why some adults react badly to young climate strikers"
The withdrawal of US forces paved the way for a Turkish military offensive against Kurdish fighters. BBC World news: Source link"US troops leaving Syria will go to Iraq, says Pentagon chief"
Space is becoming a major area of startup and commercial investment, and so I’ve decided to start providing a weekly round-up of the biggest news in aerospace, space science and space-related technologies. Let me know if you appreciate this or have suggestions, and I’ll make sure it evolves as needed to be useful resource. This week, there was an abundance of spacesuit news, and signs from multiple operators that there’s going to be an orbital…"Max-Q: This week in space"
Harley-Davidson has restarted production and deliveries of LiveWire, its first electric motorcycle, after resolving an issue with the bike’s charging technology that was discovered last week, the company tells The Verge. The first customers of the $30,000 LiveWire, which just started shipping in September, can resume charging their motorcycles at home. (The company previously advised customers to only charge at dealerships until the issue was resolved.) Harley-Davidson has repeatedly declined to specify the problem. But…"Harley-Davidson resumes production of first electric motorcycle after charging issue"
Three people have died in a supermarket fire as angry protests in Chile entered their seventh day, the mayor of capital city Santiago said on Sunday. CNN news: Source link"Three die in supermarket fire amid protests in Chile"
As the DUP says the PM is “fixated” with his Brexit deadline, Labour invites the party to talks. BBC Politics News: Source link"Brexit: Labour's 'door is open' to DUP for talks"
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Databricks, the big data analytics service founded by the original developers of Apache Spark, today announced that it is bringing its Delta Lake open-source project for building data lakes to the Linux Foundation under an open governance model. The company announced the launch of Delta Lake earlier this year, and, even though it’s still a relatively new project, it has already been adopted by many organizations and has found backing from companies like Intel, Alibaba…"Databricks brings its Delta Lake project to the Linux Foundation"
Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Google’s Pixel 4 won’t launch with support for RCS messaging on some of the biggest US networks. Verizon and T-Mobile both said on Twitter that the phone was not supported, as spotted by 9to5Google, and AT&T has yet to say whether it’ll be supported. Only Sprint has said, in an email to The Verge, that it will support RCS, which adds features like read receipts, typing indicators, and…"Google can’t even get full RCS support for the Pixel 4"