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На Рахівщині у пожежі загинув чоловік
У Рахівському районі 26 лютого о 05:25 до служби порятунку надійшов виклик із села Видричка. Заявник повідомив, що у селі зайнявся будинок, де живе 70-річний чоловік.
На місце пожежі одразу виїхали надзвичайники з пожежно-рятувальної частини м. Рахів, і вже о 06:00 пожежу локалізували, а через 25 хвилин повністю ліквідували.
Але на жаль, під час гасіння в одній із кімнат знайшли тіло власника оселі.
Причини та наслідки пожежі встановлюють правоохоронці.
До Ужгорода із всеукраїнського «Меморіалу Захарова» у Харкові повернулася фехтувальниця Олександра Лазаренко із титулом чемпіонки серед кадетів та «сріблом» у змаганнях серед дорослих до 23 років
У Берегові встановили пам'ятник угорцям Закарпаття - жертвам комунізму
Вчора, 25 лютого у Берегові вшанували пам'ять жертв комуністичної диктатури.
На території Закарпатського угорського інституту імені Ф. Ракоці ІІ було урочисто відкрито пам'ятник угорцям Закарпаття - жертвам комунізму. Автором пам'ятної скульптури став скульптор Петер Матла.
Робота Петера Матла нагадує теперішньому поколінню про трагедію закарпатських угорців, коли після Другої світової війни близько тридцяти тисяч чоловіків було депортовано до таборів військовополонених та примусові роботи, а понад десять тисяч з них ніколи більше не повернулися додому.
Створення даної скульптури підтримало консульство Угорщини в Берегові.
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У Києві на дівчину на голову впала величезна брила льоду з даху
Перехожі, подзвонили на спецлінію «103», і повідомили про надзвичайну подію біля Київського національного лінгвістичного університету.
Також небайдужі громадяни кинулися надавати дівчині першу медичну допомогу, поки «швидка» була ще в дорозі.
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Vaccine: Selangor sultan gives way to frontliners - Malaysiakini
The ruler urges the people to get their vaccine as scheduled and not be influenced by anti-vaccine groups.
Sultan of Selangor Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah has agreed that his turn for the Covid-19 vaccination will only come after all frontline workers including teachers have received their shots. Istana Alam Shah, in a posting on the Selangor Royal Office Facebook page today, said Sultan Sharafuddin has stressed that priority should be given to frontline staff as they face a higher risk of infection...
Covid-19: Khairy opts out of Pfizer vaccine, says will take whatever NPRA approves next to boost confidence - The Star Online
PETALING JAYA: Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Khairy Jamaluddin will be the first to receive the jab for the next Covid-19 vaccine that will be approved by the country in a bid to combat "selective vaccine hesitancy".
PETALING JAYA: Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Khairy Jamaluddin will be the first to receive the jab for the next Covid-19 vaccine that will be approved by the country in a bid to combat "selective vaccine hesitancy". He said he came to the decision to encourage people to receive whichever Covid-19 vaccine that is offered to them and to combat the mindset where individuals are hesitant towards certain vaccines. There are those who prefer the Pfizer vaccine, and those who really want the Sinovac vaccine. Some medical practitioners have said that the Sinovac vaccine uses the traditional inactivated virus platform. Thats how the old vaccines used to work and thats tried and tested. Some have said the mRNA technology is good because the efficacy rate is high. These are views we have to listen to but the governments position is to take whatever vaccine that the National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency (NPRA) has approved. Thats why I have offered myself to take whatever vaccine the NPRA approves next, as a demonstration of vaccine confidence and my confidence in the NPRA, he said during a press conference at KL International Airport after the CoronaVac vaccines arrived Saturday (Feb 27). He added that to allow people a choice of the vaccine they want will also complicate the countrys logistics system. Khairy confirmed that he would not be taking the Pfizer vaccine as he wants to set an example to encourage vaccination of whatever vaccines that will be approved next. I have been looking into the views of Malaysians. The Prime Minister, the Health director-general, some ministers and frontliners have started to receive the vaccine, and as such Malaysians have confidence in the Pfizer vaccine. So the rakyat are wondering if the leaders are taking the Pfizer vaccine, which is the good stuff, and the remaining vaccines are for the normal people. Whatever vaccine that crosses the line next, I will take that. And I dont know which one that will be. If its Sinovac, it will be Sinovac. If its the Russian vaccine, it will be the Russian vaccine. If its the AstraZeneca one, it will be that," he said.
Some Earth Life Could Already Survive on Mars - Universe Today
Mars’ surface is a harsh environment for life. But life on Earth is notoriously resilient as well. No one is quite sure yet how microbes from Earth would fare on the Martian surface. However, the impact of a potential transmigration of microbes to the red …
Mars surface is a harsh environment for life. But life on Earth is notoriously resilient as well. No one is quite sure yet how microbes from Earth would fare on the Martian surface. However, the impact of a potential transmigration of microbes to the red planet could be immense. Not only could it skew any findings of potential real Martian life we might find, it could also completely disrupt any nascent biosphere that Mars might have. To understand whether that much disruption is really possible, first we must understand whether any Earthly life can survive on Mars itself. According to a new study recently published in Frontiers in Microbiology, the answer to that is yes. UT discussion of whether we’ve accidentally infected Mars already. The research, led by a team of scientists at NASA and the German Aerospace Center, used a unique approach to test the viability of live bacteria on the Martian surface. They sent it up to the stratosphere in a balloon. The stratosphere is a surprisingly similar environment to the Martian surface, specifically in terms of radiation and temperature. The researchers introduced bacteria to that environment using a tool called the Microbes in Atmosphere for Radiation, Survival, and Biological Outcomes experiment (MARSBOx). Image of the MARSBOx in the stratosphere where it was used for the recent microbe experiments.Credit: NASA MARSBOx allowed the researchers to maintain a pressure similar to that of the Martian atmosphere as well as exposing them to a mixture of gas that was remarkably similar to the actual atmospheric makeup on Mars. The pressure, temperature, radiation, and gaseous contents of the box all provide a decent simulacra of what conditions would be like on the Martian surface. As one added control, the researchers designed the box to contain two separate chambers, including a shielded one that would allow them to isolate the effects of radiation on the microbes. Of the various microbes, including both bacteria and fungi, that were introduced to the environment, only a few survived. Black mold fungus seemed to do particularly well in the harsh environment. That did not particularly surprise the scientists, as that hardy fungi had been seen previously happily residing on the International Space Station. Image of the black fungus mold growing on the ISS.Credit: NASA Despite its ability to exist in the freezing temperatures and high radiation environment of the stratosphere, even the black mold fungus had to be revived once it was safely back on the ground. It is not yet clear what, if anything, could induce that revival on the actual surface of Mars. If scientists are in fact able to figure out how to leverage microbes effectively on other worlds, it could be a huge potential boon as well as a cause for concern. Bacteria and other microbes are necessary to humans biological functions. They also provide access to biochemical processes that would otherwise be unobtainable in the cold, sterile environment of the red planet. Other microbes have been tested to survive in Martian-like conditions, but never have they been exposed to the environment of the stratosphere before.Credit: Maryland Astrobiological Consortium, NASA, STSci This preliminary study shows how important it is for us to better understand the survival capabilities of the microbes on our own world. If used correctly, they could prove a huge boon for space travel. However, if used incorrectly, they could destroy any chance we have of understanding biogenesis on other worlds. Learn More:NASA – Life from Earth could temporarily survive on MarsUT – Using bacteria to build a base on MarsUT – If Theres Subsurface Water Across Mars, Where is it Safe to Land to Avoid Contamination?SciTechDaily – Study Shows Life From Earth Could Temporarily Survive on Mars Frontiers in Microbiology – MARSBOx: Fungal and Bacterial Endurance From a Balloon-Flown Analog Mission in the Stratosphere Lead Image:The MARSBOx being prepared for launch at the Germany Aerospace Center. Credit: DLR