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Judge tightens gag order on ex-Trump adviser Stone, warning he could be sent to jail
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

A visibly angry judge on Thursday ordered President Donald Trump's former political adviser Roger Stone to stop speaking publicly about U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller's criminal case against him or else he will be sent to jail pending trial.

Putin to U.S.: I'm ready for another Cuban Missile-style crisis if you want one
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia is militarily ready for a Cuban Missile-style crisis if the United States wanted one and threatened to place hypersonic nuclear missiles on ships or submarines near U.S. territorial waters.

North Carolina elections board orders new U.S. House election
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

North Carolina's elections board on Thursday unanimously ordered a new election for a U.S. House seat after officials said corruption surrounding absentee ballots tainted the results of last November's vote.

Judge orders ex-Trump aide Stone not to speak publicly about his criminal case
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

The federal judge overseeing the criminal case of President Donald Trump's former political adviser Roger Stone on Thursday tightened a gag order against him and threatened Stone with jail if he violates it.

Wall St. breaks run of gains as economic data disappoints
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

Weak economic reports pressured U.S. stocks on Thursday after the market's recent run of gains, and a drop in healthcare shares added to the bearish momentum.

U.S. stocks sag on poor economic outlook; oil, gold slip
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

Wall Street stocks fell on Thursday due to a deteriorating economic outlook that was only partially offset by signs of trade progress between China and the United States, while gold and oil prices retreated from their recent peaks.

Exclusive: SpaceX, Boeing design risks threaten new delays for U.S. space program
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

NASA has warned SpaceX and Boeing Co of design and safety concerns for their competing astronaut launch systems, according to industry sources and a new government report, threatening the U.S. bid to revive its human spaceflight program later this year.

Trump administration ends California talks on auto emissions: White House
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

U.S. President Donald Trump's administration has formally ended talks with California over federal plans to roll back fuel economy rules, the White House said on Thursday, setting the stage for what could be a lengthy legal fight over the state's ability to regulate greenhouse gas emissions.

 
Projects currently housed at Jinkle.Com
Disability411.Com - The Podcast for Disability Professionals
Disability 411 Podcast
BrainJogger.Com - BrainJogger.com
BrainJogger.Com
Jinkle.Com Health.Jinkle.Com
OMG-CISSP
OMGCissp.com
(not yet updated for 2019 exam)
GS.Dcre-labs.com
GS.Dcre-labs.com
(Research)
DoNotVoteFromFear.Org
DoNotVoteFromFear.Org
( Not exclusively a Jinkle Project )
Projects without fancy logos yet:

Projects formerly housed at Jinkle.Com (Now either completed or standing on their own)


 
  Science headlines

With nanopore sensing, physics researchers detect subtle changes in single particles
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

Researchers have discovered that a technique known as nanopore sensing can be used to detect subtle changes in clusters, or extremely small chunks of matter that are bigger than a molecule but smaller than a solid.

Sustainable, solar-driven chemical manufacturing
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

A team of researchers is working to upend energy-intensive, fossil fuel-dependent chemical manufacturing processes and replace them with sustainable, solar-driven reactions that rely on renewable feedstocks. The team recently designed a novel reactor that uses solar energy and plant waste to sustainably produce adiponitrile, an precursor material used in Nylon production.

Design principles for disease-sensing nanomaterials
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

A new article outlines novel design guidance that could rapidly advance development of disease-sensing nanomaterials for use in new drug development.

Phantom limb sensation explained
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

After a limb amputation, brain areas responsible for movement and sensation alter their functional communication. This is the conclusion of a new study. The findings may help to understand why some patients report phantom sensations and others do not.

Smartphones help researcher better understand the nature of depression and anxiety
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

A psychologist's research using smartphones is providing valuable data in real time, information that could provide treatment benefits for patients struggling with anxiety and depression.

In small groups, people follow high-performing leaders
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

Researchers have cracked the code on how leaders arise from small groups of people over time.

Do volcanoes or an asteroid deserve blame for dinosaur extinction?
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

Scientists have obtained more precise dates for the Deccan Traps volcanic lava flows, linking peak activity more closely to the asteroid or comet impact 66 million years ago and the coincident mass extinction. But if greenhouse gases emitted before the impact created a hothouse climate that set life up for a fall when the impact cooled the planet, those gases did not coincide with the largest lava flows from the Deccan Traps.

How bird feather patterns form
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

According to a new study, the precise patterning of bird feathers relies on signaling through ectodysplasin (EDA) and its receptor EDAR -- the same signaling pathway known to be crucial for the formation of hair follicles, teeth and scales in fish, lizards and mammals.

GI neuroimmune disruption contributes to Gulf War Illness
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

Many Persian Gulf War veterans experience Gulf War Illness (GWI), a chronic condition with symptoms ranging from gastrointestinal to neurological. While exposure to the anti-nerve gas pyridostigmine bromide (PB) is linked to the development of GWI, the exact cause and mechanisms of the illness remain unclear. Recently, an animal study tested the hypothesis that exposure to PB contributes to the development of GWI by disrupting the neural and immune systems of the intestine.

Seasonal and geographic trends in syphilis
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

Much of the public health impact of syphilis revolves around its impact on fetuses and neonates through the mother-to-child transmission of the disease. Researchers reporting have now analyzed temporal and demographic patterns in gestational syphilis (GS) and mother-to-child-transmission (MTCT) of syphilis.


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