Long-COVID fatigue recovery

Plus: Instant deep sleep? Yes, please
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In today's edition:

// Computer brains

// Hibernation

// COVID fatigue

// EV design

https://www.inverse.com/tech/electric-cars-light-bar-status-symbol-hyundai-ford-hummer | Inverse

"The light bar, for those uninitiated to our new era of EV design language, is the modern take on traditional headlights or taillights. Instead of the more pedestrian dual-light setup — a pair of bug eyes fixed on the front or back of your car — the light bar is, well, a bar. If you've been paying attention to almost any modern EV you've almost certainly seen the light bar's aesthetic impact in action."

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Scientists develop powerful 'pulses' that can induce immediate 'hibernation' – and it could help us explore space | Independent

"Scientists have developed new ultrasound technology that can induce immediate 'hibernation' ... They suggest that it could work in humans – and might have important applications for long-distance space flight or medicine, they say."

Researchers may have found a way to treat long-COVID fatigue | Interesting Engineering

"Newcastle University researchers have shed light on one of the most common side effects of COVID-19: fatigue. They may indeed have a treatment for this debilitating condition. They have begun a new study to test the effectiveness of a TENS machine to alleviate fatigue in patients with long COVID. This device is most commonly used in childbirth to alleviate pain."

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The FDA will apparently let Elon Musk put a computer in a human's brain | The Verge

"Elon Musk's brain-computer interface company Neuralink says it has received Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval to launch its first in-human clinical study. If this is true, it means that actual humans could be getting a device from Neuralink implanted in their heads. The news follows Elon Musk's November claim that Neuralink was about six months away from its first human trial — which suggests it's the rare Musk promise that's actually coming true on time."

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