Gabriel H. Nunes

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Gabriel H. Nunes

54 days ago

Live 23/11/21 - Medicina Baseada em Evidência e tratamentos para COVID

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Gabriel H. Nunes

59 days ago

Mentir custa caro e quem paga a conta somos todos nós

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Gabriel H. Nunes

71 days ago

The frequent digital contact leaves people feeling overwhelmed and unable to participate at all.

Text anxiety: why too many messages make us want to throw our phones at the wall

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Gabriel H. Nunes

75 days ago

A cultura do sigilo na era Bolsonaro

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Gabriel H. Nunes

75 days ago

O Paradoxo Americano Continuado

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Gabriel H. Nunes

78 days ago

If we allow ourselves to fall into fatalism, or wallow in disappointment, or become resigned to what is rather than what should be, we will lose the long game.

Resilience: the one word progressives need in the face of Trump, Covid and more

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Gabriel H. Nunes

82 days ago

The congressional report justly describes Mr Bolsonaro’s response to the Covid pandemic as “macabre”.

The Guardian view on Bolsonaro’s Covid strategy: murderous folly

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Gabriel H. Nunes

84 days ago

O resultado é que, desde que os signos do zodíaco foram estabelecidos, as constelações se moveram um mês inteiro.

Por que seu signo astrológico provavelmente não é o que você pensa

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Gabriel H. Nunes

85 days ago

The Brazilian Senate has passed a proposal for an amendment to the Constitution which includes personal data protection to the list of citizen fundamental rights and guarantees.

Personal data protection to become a fundamental right in Brazil

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Gabriel H. Nunes

85 days ago

A inclusão torna a proteção de dados pessoais cláusula pétrea – ou seja, qualquer mudança nesse tema terá de ser no sentido de ampliar e resguardar os direitos.

Senado aprova PEC que transforma proteção de dados pessoais em direito fundamental

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Gabriel H. Nunes

85 days ago

Anti-gender movements are not just reactionary but fascist trends, the kind that support increasingly authoritarian governments.

Why is the idea of ‘gender’ provoking backlash the world over?

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Gabriel H. Nunes

88 days ago

The constant harassment and deliberate neglect, combined with the pandemic, were worse than weapons.

Bolsonaro should be charged with crimes against humanity, inquiry finds

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Gabriel H. Nunes

95 days ago

A fossil fuels exit date forces us to confront what net zero doesn’t – that we have to actually entirely stop combusting carbon.

Forget net zero – let’s have a ‘fossil freedom day’

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Gabriel H. Nunes

95 days ago

Before 2018, Kape Technologies was called Crossrider and it was an infimous player in the malware industry.

Former Malware Distributor Kape Technologies Now Owns ExpressVPN, CyberGhost, Private Internet Access, Zenmate, and a Collection of VPN “Review” Websites

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Gabriel H. Nunes

97 days ago

Excess mortality, defined as the increase in deaths from all causes over the level expected based on historical trends, does not depend on testing rates.

Could the global Covid death toll be millions higher than thought?

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Gabriel H. Nunes

104 days ago

Existem regras baseadas no princípio de fazer bem aos outros, que vêm sendo construídas há séculos. Quem descumpre dolosamente essas regras, precisa ser exemplarmente punido.

Pesquisa científica não é brincadeira para moleque

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Gabriel H. Nunes

105 days ago

The Facebook Files, Part 6: The Whistleblower

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Gabriel H. Nunes

107 days ago

The reason why e-waste is such a problem for the cryptocurrency is that, unlike most computing hardware, ASICs have no alternative use beyond bitcoin mining, and if they cannot be used to mine bitcoin profitably, they have no future purpose at all.

Waste from one bitcoin transaction ‘like binning two iPhones’

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Gabriel H. Nunes

107 days ago

How do you expect us to take on more loans, get ourselves even deeper into debt, for something we did not cause in the first place?

Poor countries must not be forced to take on debt to tackle climate crisis

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Gabriel H. Nunes

107 days ago

Rosa Weber afirmou que não cabe ao Judiciário questionar o entendimento da ciência sobre as medidas sanitárias adequadas para enfrentar a pandemia.

Parecer da PGR que minimizou não uso de máscara por Bolsonaro gera perplexidade, diz Rosa Weber

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Gabriel H. Nunes

115 days ago

Can YOU Fix Climate Change?

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Gabriel H. Nunes

124 days ago

“That’s why 2 billion people in the world cannot afford a healthy diet.”

90% of global farm subsidies damage people and planet, says UN

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Gabriel H. Nunes

126 days ago

The paper calculates that the majority of all the world’s cropland is used to feed livestock, rather than people.

Meat accounts for nearly 60% of all greenhouse gases from food production, study finds

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Gabriel H. Nunes

126 days ago

It turns out that budget constraints, in all their artificiality, had spared us from facing the all-too-limited willingness and capacity for collective action.

What if the Coronavirus Crisis Is Just a Trial Run?

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Gabriel H. Nunes

127 days ago

Less than a month ago, New Zealanders disappeared into their homes, retracting from the public domain like spilled water into a dry sponge.

Against all odds: how New Zealand is bending the Delta curve

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Gabriel H. Nunes

152 days ago

The people all around me were panicking as they realized there might not be a plane for them.

‘We kept on hearing gunshots’: my chaotic escape from Kabul’s airport

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Gabriel H. Nunes

161 days ago

The climate crisis is as much a rural problem as an urban one. It is both economic and human, domestic and international.

The IPCC report is clear: nothing short of transforming society will avert catastrophe

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Gabriel H. Nunes

161 days ago

The repeatedly ignored warnings of scientists over past decades have now become reality.

IPCC report’s verdict on climate crimes of humanity: guilty as hell

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Gabriel H. Nunes

161 days ago

The climate crisis is unequivocally caused by human activities and is unequivocally affecting every corner of the planet’s land, air and sea already.

Climate crisis ‘unequivocally’ caused by human activities, says IPCC report

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Gabriel H. Nunes

161 days ago

Drastic reductions in emissions can stave off worse climate change, according to IPCC scientists, but will not return the world to the more moderate weather patterns of the past.

Major climate changes inevitable and irreversible – IPCC’s starkest warning yet

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Gabriel H. Nunes

172 days ago

Given the international interest in protecting the Amazon, it is not enough that only Brazilians fight the construction of Ferrogrão.

Bolsonaro’s 1,000km Amazon railway will cause climate chaos. It must be stopped

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Gabriel H. Nunes

182 days ago

He said the only viable solution to the threat of commercial malware was an international moratorium on its sale.

Edward Snowden calls for spyware trade ban amid Pegasus revelations

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Gabriel H. Nunes

182 days ago

Pegasus: the spyware technology that threatens democracy

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Gabriel H. Nunes

182 days ago

We’re entering a new surveillance era, and unless protections are put in place, none of us are safe.

Huge data leak shatters the lie that the innocent need not fear surveillance

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Gabriel H. Nunes

183 days ago

Majority of Covid misinformation came from 12 people, report finds

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Gabriel H. Nunes

186 days ago

Perhaps it is time to accept that this kind of political mobilization is here to stay.

There’s a new tactic for exposing you to radical content online: the ‘slow red-pill’

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Gabriel H. Nunes

186 days ago

Since Bolsonaro took power in 2019, deforestation and fire in the Amazon have risen to their highest levels in more than a decade.

Amazon rainforest ‘will collapse if Bolsonaro remains president’

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Gabriel H. Nunes

187 days ago

Much of the timber, beef and soy from the Amazon is exported from Brazil.

Amazon rainforest now emitting more CO2 than it absorbs

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Gabriel H. Nunes

194 days ago

The shift to remote work can be life-changing for employees.

Is your boss ending remote work? As a CEO, let me tell you why they are wrong

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Gabriel H. Nunes

196 days ago

As declarações indicam que Jair Bolsonaro participava diretamente da rachadinha

Ex-cunhada implica Jair

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Gabriel H. Nunes

199 days ago

This, in sum, is our problem: the truest conspiracies meet with the least opposition.

Why do conspiracy theories flourish? Because the truth is too hard to handle

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Gabriel H. Nunes

200 days ago

Among humans, global herd immunity, once promoted as a singular solution, is unreachable.

The Forever Virus

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Gabriel H. Nunes

226 days ago

Astonishingly, the UN heritage forum is silent and world heritage bodies have kept their mouths firmly closed.

Modi’s bulldozing of parliament shows him as the architect of a Hindu Taliban

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Gabriel H. Nunes

252 days ago

Seis instituições de pesquisa e ONGs participam: Fiocruz, Redes da Maré, Conselho Comunitário de Manguinhos, SAS Brasil e Dados do Bem.

Covid: As lições da favela que reduziu mortes em 90% enquanto Rio vivia tragédia

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Gabriel H. Nunes

267 days ago

“It is easier done if the government acts to change the food system but in the absence of that, we should still try and change our diets.”

Going vegan: can switching to a plant-based diet really save the planet?

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Gabriel H. Nunes

287 days ago

We’re building a software house of cards which is sold as a service to the public but can be a liability to society.

Seeing stones: pandemic reveals Palantir's troubling reach in Europe

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Gabriel H. Nunes

322 days ago

All the variants have a number of mutations. The key anxiety is that P1 has three that are causing concern – K417T, E484K, and N501Y.

Brazilian Covid variant: what do we know about P1?

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Gabriel H. Nunes

336 days ago

What would a pandemic of AMR look like? Well it would consist not of one infection but of many – and these would be chronic and untreatable.

The next pandemic? It may already be upon us

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Gabriel H. Nunes

347 days ago

Reversing the rising trend of meat consumption removes the pressure to clear new land and further damage wildlife.

Plant-based diets crucial to saving global wildlife, says report

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Gabriel H. Nunes

349 days ago

It turns out Covid’s deadliness depends on something simpler and more profound: cultural differences in our willingness to follow rules.

Why countries with 'loose', rule-breaking cultures have been hit harder by Covid

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