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Uber and Lyft operating in US cities linked to rises in car ownership
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Uber and Lyft operating in US cities linked to rises in car ownership

Uber and Lyft operating in US cities linked to rises in car ownership By Layal Liverpool When car-sharing companies begin operating in a city, car ownership seems to go upHalfpoint Images/Getty Images The introduction of ride-sharing companies, including Uber and Lyft, has been associated with a 0.7 per cent increase in car ownership on average in US urban areas. Jeremy Michalek at Carnegie Mellon University in Pennsylvania and his colleagues analysed trends in vehicle ownership in 224 urban areas across the US between 2011 and 2017 to investigate how these were influenced if a ride-sharing company – either Uber or Lyft – began operating in the area. “We would have expected ownership to probably go down, because when people gain access to this...
DIY – How To Make Amazing PUBG Shotgun Model From Magnetic Balls (Satisfying) – Magnet Balls
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DIY – How To Make Amazing PUBG Shotgun Model From Magnetic Balls (Satisfying) – Magnet Balls

DIY - How To Make Amazing PUBG Shotgun Model From Magnetic Balls (Satisfying) - Magnet Balls DIY - How To Make Amazing PUBG Shotgun Model From Magnetic Balls (Satisfying) - Magnet Balls Please leave a comment if you have any ideas that you want to make/build with Magnetic Balls, please tell us, we will try to make it :) Thanks for watching! #MagneticBalls #MagnetBalls #OddlySatisfying #PUBG #PUBGGun #Shotgun #GunModel #Satisfying #MostCreative #ASMR SUBSCRIBE: https://bit.ly/2HOqva2 TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2IbbOy5
Soft sensors that can feel it all
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Soft sensors that can feel it all

Soft sensors that can feel it all FocusSOFT ROBOTICS Carmel MajidiSoft Machines Lab, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USA. Email: cmajidiandrew.cmu.edu See allHide authors and affiliations Science Robotics  16 Dec 2020:Vol. 5, Issue 49, eabf0894DOI: 10.1126/scirobotics.abf0894 Published at Wed, 16 Dec 2020 18:50:02 +0000
Gravitational Pull
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Gravitational Pull

Gravitational Pull Provided to YouTube by iMusician Digital AG Gravitational Pull · Chris LeDoux Great Country ℗ Rüdiger Dasch Auto-generated by YouTube.
A little better all the time in 2021
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A little better all the time in 2021

A little better all the time in 2021PHOTO: CAMERON DAVIDSONA famous story about the Beatles tells of the collaboration between Paul McCartney and John Lennon on the song “Getting Better” for their legendary Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album. After McCartney wrote the lines “I've got to admit, it's getting better; a little better all the time,” Lennon wryly added, “It can't get no worse.” This story could serve as an epigraph as the calendar turns from the year 2020, which could hardly have gotten much worse, to 2021, when we hope life will indeed get a little better all the time. Better from COVID-19 because of the vaccines, better from misinformation spread by outgoing president Donald Trump and his allies, and better, we can hope, when it comes to the production and distributio...