Comunidade Portuguesa em destaque: !saude@lemmy.pt

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I swear to god, more and more I keep having 'clean' versions play on Spotify, YouTube Music, Deezer - despite the song being marked as 'Explicit'.

And no, I definitely do not have the setting checked for only playing clean versions.

It's not just me - is it?

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submitted 2 minutes ago by MicroWave@lemmy.world to c/world@lemmy.world

The farmers standing with their arms crossed outside a sheep barn in rural Brittany were absolutely furious, completely en colère. For a visiting centrist politician, that made for an earful. For Europe’s far right, it has provided an opening.

In recent months, angry agricultural workers have rolled their tractors into Paris and other cities across Europe, blocking roads, spraying manure and setting things on fire. Farmers are mad about high costs and low prices, about the prospect of free trade deals, about the constraints of climate regulations, about what they say is a failure of political elites to understand what it means to grow wheat or raise sheep.

Their revolt is reshaping European policy — officials who previously promised to put the environment first and lead the world in a green transition have scrambled to walk back some of their own rules.

And in a year of key elections in both Europe and the United States, the farmer uprising may foretell a sharp right shift.

The European far right is skillfully seizing the moment, promising an agricultural overhaul and a chance to stick it to the city slickers. By inserting themselves into the farm fight, far-right figures have the potential to broaden their appeal. They can also continue to rail against elites and make the case for nationalism, as symbolized by salt-of-the-earth farmers.

Non-paywall link

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submitted 10 minutes ago* (last edited 6 minutes ago) by Nia_The_Cat@beehaw.org to c/chat@beehaw.org

I know they've always been on Lemmy, but it seems like the past few weeks it's slowly increasing, making me want to just stay on beehaw /local. Showing up on more communities, even on instances that ban that type of trolling explicitly.

Anyone else notice this?

Note: When I'm saying Tankie here, I'm not referring to far leftists, socialists, etc. I'm talking about trolls that act leftist but their actual intent is to cause infighting and support authoritarian regimes. Sealioning, all that stuff.

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submitted 10 minutes ago* (last edited 10 minutes ago) by onlinepersona@programming.dev to c/physics@mander.xyz

So, I watched The Higgs Field, explained - Don Lincoln and there it explains that particles are massless and it is only through their interaction with the Higg's field that they gain mass. However, how are they "moving" through the Higg's field? Is it through a movement in the 3rd dimension or a dimension above?

And related, does the movement through the Higg's field generate gravitons that affect particles they interact with by "pulling" them in the opposite direction of which they were traveling?

Anti Commercial-AI license

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submitted 16 minutes ago by ickplant@lemmy.world to c/bats@lemmy.world

Please consider donating to Austin Bat Refuge. You can also buy things off their wish list or even volunteer if you live nearby!

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tag yourself (I'm basic) (lemmy.dbzer0.com)
submitted 17 minutes ago by hsr@lemmy.dbzer0.com to c/science_memes@mander.xyz
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submitted 19 minutes ago by MicroWave@lemmy.world to c/news@lemmy.world

It is a scenario playing out nationwide. From Oregon to Pennsylvania, hundreds of communities have in recent years either stopped adding fluoride to their water supplies or voted to prevent its addition. Supporters of such bans argue that people should be given the freedom of choice. The broad availability of over-the-counter dental products containing the mineral makes it no longer necessary to add to public water supplies, they say. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that while store-bought products reduce tooth decay, the greatest protection comes when they are used in combination with water fluoridation.

The outcome of an ongoing federal case in California could force the Environmental Protection Agency to create a rule regulating or banning the use of fluoride in drinking water nationwide. In the meantime, the trend is raising alarm bells for public health researchers who worry that, much like vaccines, fluoride may have become a victim of its own success.

The CDC maintains that community water fluoridation is not only safe and effective but also yields significant cost savings in dental treatment. Public health officials say removing fluoride could be particularly harmful to low-income families — for whom drinking water may be the only source of preventive dental care.

“If you have to go out and get care on your own, it’s a whole different ballgame,” said Myron Allukian Jr., a dentist and past president of the American Public Health Association. Millions of people have lived with fluoridated water for years, “and we’ve had no major health problems,” he said. “It’s much easier to prevent a disease than to treat it.”

According to the anti-fluoride group Fluoride Action Network, since 2010, over 240 communities around the world have removed fluoride from their drinking water or decided not to add it.

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submitted 20 minutes ago by tea_pot_tinhas to c/tiodopave

Tô com vergonha agora e não sei onde enfiar a cabeça

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Police : le grand malaise (www.radiofrance.fr)
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Born Unequal Abroad (www.hrw.org)
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submitted 27 minutes ago by bot@lemmit.online to c/brasil@lemmit.online
This is an automated archive made by the Lemmit Bot.

The original was posted on /r/brasil by /u/GuHerculano on 2024-04-14 20:32:23.

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submitted 28 minutes ago by MicroWave@lemmy.world to c/world@lemmy.world

On the night of 3 April, a swarm of Russian drones attacked Kharkiv, in Ukraine's northeast.

The country's second-largest city has been targeted almost incessantly since the start of Russia's full-scale invasion. 

But this time was worse than usual, because, when rescue workers arrived at the scene, there was a second strike. Three of them were killed. 

The following Friday, it happened again when Russian missiles hit Zaporizhzhia, a major city in Ukraine's southeast. 

Rescuers and journalists rushed to the scene, and then two more missiles hit. 

In total, four people were killed and more than 20 were wounded, including two local journalists.

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submitted 29 minutes ago by soloojos@lemmy.ml to c/world@lemmy.world

publicado de forma cruzada desde: https://lemmy.smeargle.fans/post/146590

HN Discussion

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submitted 30 minutes ago by MicroWave@lemmy.world to c/world@lemmy.world

China is helping Russia ramp up its defense industrial base at such a large scale that Moscow is now undertaking its most ambitious expansion in military manufacturing since the Soviet era as it continues its war against Ukraine, according to senior Biden administration officials.

The support China is providing includes significant quantities of machine tools, drone and turbojet engines and technology for cruise missiles, microelectronics, and nitrocellulose, which Russia uses to make propellant for weapons, said the officials.

Chinese and Russian entitles have also been working jointly to produce drones inside of Russia, one of the officials said.

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ser(ule)verless (lemmy.blahaj.zone)

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Lakka 5.0 released (www.lakka.tv)
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submitted 39 minutes ago* (last edited 39 minutes ago) by thelastaxolotl@hexbear.net to c/news@hexbear.net

On Saturday, April 13, Iran launched hundreds of drones and missiles at Israel in retaliation for a deadly Israeli strike on the Iranian consulate in Damascus, Syria, that took place on April 1.

The vast majority of the projectiles were intercepted by Israel’s air defence system, with assistance from the ever-helpful United States military, and damage was minimal. Having completed its retaliation, Iran has now declared that the matter can “be deemed concluded” – although Israel is not usually one to let anyone else have the last word

In the meantime, the barrage of criticism of Tehran’s “aggression” has continued unabated in the West.

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