Then, young Shkreli, 32, was ousted from a biotechnology company he founded in 2011 called Retrophin. The board of directors fired him in 2014, and he was founder and CEO of that company. Why was he pushed out? Shkreli had already made a reputation for himself as being a bit erratic and unpredictable. And the charges he faces now relate to him allegedly taking stock illegally from Retrophin to pay off debts accrued by an unrelated business. That's securities fraud. … [Read more...] about The Most Hated Man in America Gets Arrested
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In this video, we bid adieu to the name Gary. You see, the Garys of the world have been in sharp decline over the decades, namely because of the fickle nature of the naming public. … [Read more...] about Gary’s a Trustworthy Name. Is Yours?
Patterson, a 78-year-old fourth generation farmer, is building relationships with these calves in the same way he's done for a lifetime. At Patterson Family Farms, as at most conventional dairies, calves are separated from their mothers within a day or two of birth, then housed individually and in age-related groups where rely on people for sustenance and affection. … [Read more...] about Study: Cows Grow Bigger, Give More Milk After Early Positive Human Interaction
But we may soon have more clues to the real origins of the ninja tradition. That's in part because in July 2017, a Japanese university announced the opening of the world's first international ninja research center. Mie University is located in Iga, in Mie Prefecture, about 40 miles (64 kilometers) southwest of Kyoto, where the first and most famous ninja "school" may have existed in the 16th century. The new research center will house not only historical documents related to the ninja, but also hundreds of novels, movies and cartoons that have helped to forge the modern image of the black-clad assassin. … [Read more...] about Research Center Seeks to Separate Ninja Fact From Fiction
It's a system that's been around since ancient times. "The idea of celestial coordinates does assume that the sky is a sphere that surrounds the Earth. This is the idea that traces back to the early belief that the Earth was the center of everything," Christopher Palma, a teaching professor and associate head for undergraduate programs in the Department of Astronomy and Physics at the Pennsylvania State University, says in an email. "Even though we now know that to not be true, it is still true that the sky appears to be a sphere surrounding us, so we can use spherical coordinates to identify any location on the sky." … [Read more...] about How Do We Find Things in the Blackness of Space?