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Tele Star Future

Tele Star Future

Tele Star Future

What is the tele star future? Is it going the same way the past has gone? Or is it going to be a totally different world with a totally different approach? These are some of the questions we all need to answer when it comes to telephony.

World

Caring for one of the world’s 47 million adults with Alzheimer disease or a related dementia can be both rewarding and taxing for family members [1,2]. For some, caregiving can have detrimental effects on their mental health, leading to depression and a sense of burden [3]. The strain of caregiving can also have negative effects on quality of life for the person with dementia. Stressed families are more likely to consider long-term care placement for those with dementia, which may alleviate some of the caregiving tasks but often not the affective symptoms of depression and pre-death grief [4-6].

There is certainly momentum building behind the idea. Last year Ashton Kutcher launched Stoner Cats, an animated NFT comedy about some pot-smoking felines that featured the voice talents of Jane Fonda, Chris Rock and Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin. Was Stoner Cats any good? Sadly, the only way to watch it was to purchase an NFT token that cost 0.35 ethereum coins which – since that equates in real world terms to $1,130 – does seem a little steep for a five-minute cartoon about some cats. Which is a polite way of saying that I will die a violent fiery death before I ever find out. (Source: www.theguardian.com)

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Fresh from the edit suite: our round-up of the latest news happening in space and in Europe! Earth-space travel has been busy recently: in this programme, you’ll learn more about Thomas Pesquet’s return to Earth and Matthias Maurer’s launch to the International Space Station. The ESA Head of Medicine gives an update on the ongoing selection of a new class of astronauts – and reveals when the names of the successful candidates will finally be announced…Also in this programme: the calendar for the winter months is filled with liftoffs. The DART spacecraft and two new Galileo satellites have recently launched into space, while on Christmas Day the James Webb Space Telescope finally departed from Kourou aboard an Ariane 5 rocket. French Guiana is also where the new launchpad for Ariane 6 was recently inaugurated: get a peek behind the scenes in this very first episode of Space Round-Up.

Fresh from the edit suite: our round-up of the latest news happening in space and in Europe! Earth-space travel has been busy recently: in this programme, you’ll learn more about Thomas Pesquet’s return to Earth and Matthias Maurer’s launch to the International Space Station. The ESA Head of Medicine gives an update on the ongoing selection of a new class of astronauts – and reveals when the names of the successful candidates will finally be announced…Also in this programme: the calendar for the winter months is filled with liftoffs. The DART spacecraft and two new Galileo satellites have recently launched into space, while on Christmas Day the James Webb Space Telescope finally departed from Kourou aboard an Ariane 5 rocket. French Guiana is also where the new launchpad for Ariane 6 was recently inaugurated: get a peek behind the scenes in this very first episode of Space Round-Up. (Source: www.esa.int)

 

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