Is that your lover cheating?

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In today's edition:

// 'Deep Fake Love'

// Vegetarianism

// Sunlight energy

// Preserving the moon

Archaeology on the moon: How to preserve spaceflight artifacts from Apollo era |

"What do we do with the pieces of Apollo moon missions, or other bits of human technology scattered around the solar system?

As NASA and other entities plan to put humans on the moon again later in the 2020s, a new study suggests we should see what changes the lunar environment causes on human artifacts left on the surface, with an eye to preserving what is possible: Spacecraft, experiments, trash and other things."

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Record-breaking solar hydrogen device turns sunlight into clean energy | SciTechDaily

"Rice University engineers can turn sunlight into hydrogen with record-breaking efficiency thanks to a device that combines next-generation halide perovskite semiconductors with electrocatalysts in a single, durable, cost-effective and scalable device.

The new technology is a significant step forward for clean energy and could serve as a platform for a wide range of chemical reactions that use solar-harvested electricity to convert feedstocks into fuels."

Vegetarian diets may beat chronic heart disease, new study finds | Inverse

"We know plants do the body good. Regularly eating a plateful of fruits and veg slashes one's risk for diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and even depression. In the case of cardiovascular disease, there's the possibility that a plant-based diet could reverse some if not all, the ravages of an unhealthy heart. Considering cardiovascular diseases like coronary heart disease, heart attack, and stroke are the leading cause of death, including in the US, it's imperative to keep our tickers happy with a healthy, antioxidant-rich diet for as long as possible."

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Deranged reality TV show psychologically tortures participants by showing them deepfakes of their partners cheating | The Byte

"Just when you think reality TV can't stoop any lower, it does it yet again. To wit: in fresh new manmade horror, a Netflix reality show called "Falso Amor," which translates to "Deep Fake Love," splits five real-life couples up into two different houses, adds a bunch of hot singles to the mix, and then subjects individuals to the experience of watching their partner cheat on them in videos that may or may not be deepfaked."

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//Quiz: What is the biggest part of the human brain called?

What is the biggest part of the human brain called?

Spoiler: "The entire brain as a whole" is not the right answer.