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might receive high-speed Internet access much the same way smartphones do wirelessly (You may surf the Internet over wi-fi but the signal is usually generated by a modem connected by cable) The company’s plans call for Internet-beaming equipment to be installed on tall buildings Each of those stations would have a range of about a mile Customers would link to the network by a small antenna on the outside of the homeKanojia says he wants to offer an alternative to the roughly 75% of American households with no choice in their broadband provider (Many service providers enjoy local monopolies) To be sure other companies have tried to do the same including Clearwire which failed to take off and was acquired by Sprint in 2013Starry differs in that it uses high-frequency signals that may deliver better results The signals it employs have mostly been avoided by Internet providers because thick buildings and bad weather have proved confounding But experts increasingly view them as an underutilized resource that with the right technology could usher in the next wireless-communications breakthrough (Verizon and AT&T are also experimenting with the concept)Starry which has raised an undisclosed amount of first-round funding from investors including FirstMark Capital and IAC is also selling a new approach to distribute signals inside the home Its $350 router features a touchscreen interface and easy setup unlike the clunky black boxes familiar to most consumers The device which went on sale in May will work either with existing Internet service providers or with Starry’s service when it starts this summer "If there’s any group that is going to come through with a technological breakthrough here it is this team" says Amish Jani founder and managing director at FirstMarkStill Starry’s fundamental concept remains unproven says Christopher Yoo a professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School One question is whether people will want to install new hardware outside their homes But the real challenge may be establishing a business model based on thin air Cord cutters who don’t want to pay for TV-and-Internet bundles are an obvious market–but still a small one "We have not announced pricing yet but you can imagine if you can provide similar or two times the speed at a really attractive price then it’s a good proposition for those people" says Kanojia And that’s an argument even big broadband companies may need to considerGenetically engineered crops pose no additional risks to humans and the environment when compared to conventional crops according to a new report The research published by the National Academies of Sciences Engineering and Medicine is the result of a sweeping review of nearly 900 publications on the effects of genetically modified crops on human health and the environment Genetic engineering has helped agricultural producers in the US biological and radiological warfare It will be the first time the government has acted on the 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one of the objects in that cloud—called VLA 2—had very little structure: Its magnetic field wasn’t oriented in any particular direction, but they received a boost on Saturday as Rudi Garcia extended his contract until 2021." he added.S.018 voters nationwide, Calif. married a mere few months after meeting in 1952 and their love story carried on for 62 years The husband and wife duo rarely spent time apart The end of both spouses’ lives was no exception In a scene out of the movie The Notebook the couple both passed away within four hours of one another and at each others side Maxine had been battling cancer all this year and Don had broken his hip two weeks prior to his passing The Simpsons leave behind two children and multiple grandchildren Contact us at [email protected] Nate Parker made history on Tuesday by setting a new record for the biggest Sundance deal of all time: his film The Birth of a Nation was acquired by Fox Searchlight for $175 million well above the previous record for the festival considered to be held by Little Miss Sunshine for $10 million But that’s not the only history the film is poised to make: with its repurposed title the movie is stepping into some very big very notorious shoes Parker’s film tells the story of Nat Turner’s 1831 slave rebellion a critical event in African American history But it takes its title from another such event: DW Griffith’s iconic silent film about the Civil War a movie that both revolutionized the film industry and left a disgraceful societal legacy History Newsletter Stay on top of the history behind today’s news View Sample Sign Up Now Griffith’s 1915 film based on the Thomas Dixon Jr novel The Clansman tells the story of Northern and Southern gentlemen friends who must fight each other in the Civil War Afterward the emancipation of slaves (played here mainly by white men in blackface) changes their world in their view for the worse As the late great TIME film critic Richard Corliss wrote last year on the occasion of the film’s centennial: It is romantic chivalry Griffith insists that led to Southerners retaliations against Negroes A rapacious black man stalks a young white woman until to protect her virginity she leaps off a cliff to her death To avenge such indignities and defend the honor of white womanhood Ben Stoneman and his noble fellows give birth to the Ku Klux Klan (who in the films climax gallop to the rescue to the music of Wagners "Ride of the Valkyries") That racist realm not the restored United States is the true Nation of the films title: the land of lynchings voter suppression and second-class citizenship for Southern blacks The movie invented a whole new way of filmmaking: as TIME wrote in 1948 Griffith “rammed his camera into the middle of the action He took closeups crosscuts angle shots and dissolves His camera was alive picking off shots; then he built the shots into sequences the sequences into tense swift narrative” Movies were no longer just theater on screen but their own dynamic art form As Charlie Chaplin once said “The whole industry owes its existence to him” But the film (which made about $18 billion in today’s dollars) had repercussions outside Hollywood too Its depiction of the South as the land of white gentility and of blacks as sex-crazed savages “helped revive the dormant Ku Klux Klan which for the next few decades went on a righteous spree of killing black men” as Corliss wrote Even while black communities protested the film then-President Woodrow Wilson praised it as “like writing history with lightning” He invited Griffith to screen the film in the White House “the second film ever shown on the grounds of the White House and the first ever inside” as TIME wrote last year Despite its nasty legacy it continues to be taught as a landmark moment in film history a fact that has made some uncomfortable Spike Lee had to study the film in his first year of graduate school at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and swung back at the faculty by making a short film called The Answer It’s premise: A black filmmaker is tasked with making a big-budget studio remake of The Birth of a Nation “Resistance lives in the air in this current moment” Nate Parker told the Hollywood Reporter earlier this month “Anyone who sees this film should leave the theater and feel compelled to be a change factor with respect to relations that are taking place in this country But also they should be proud to be an American This country was built on rebellion” If Parker’s rebellious movie is as powerful as the big paycheck indicates it stands to permanently rewrite the story of America’s first blockbuster Contact us at [email protected] the latest study on the vaccines researchers find even more evidence that childhood immunizations arent linked to autism In a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association a group led by Dr Anjali Jain of the Lewin Group a health care consulting organization found that brothers and sisters of children with autism were not at any higher risk of developing the disorder if they were vaccinated compared with brothers and sisters of those without autism The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now View Sample Sign Up Now Numerous studies have found an increased risk of autism among those with older siblings with the condition and some parents who believe that their older childs autism is connected to vaccinations specifically the MMR vaccine have been reluctant to immunize their younger children Indeed Jain found that vaccination rates among siblings of autistic children were lower at about 86% at 5 years compared with 92% among those without autistic brothers or sisters But among the 95000 children with older siblings included in the study children who received the MMR and had autistic older siblings were no more likely to develop autism than children who were vaccinated and didnt have any autistic older siblings In fact the relative risk of autism among those with older autistic brothers or sisters was lower if they were vaccinated compared with those who were not vaccinated "Our study confirmed that in kids with older siblings who we know are at increased risk of developing autism themselves those kids are being vaccinated less" says Jain "But in the kids who did develop autism who were vaccinated there was no increased risk from the vaccine compared to kids who did not get the vaccine" The results she says should put to rest any concerns that parents of autistic children might have that vaccinating their younger kids will somehow increase their risk of developing autism The large size of the study and the fact that vaccination and autism information wasnt collected for purposes of a vaccines-and-autism study but as part of a larger health insurance database also reinforce the strength of the findings (The Lewin Group is an editorially independent part of Optum company which collected the data) "We may not understand what is causing autism in these kids or families" says Jain "There could be a host of both genetic and environmental factors But we are able to look at the vaccines themselves and show there is no association with autism" Read next: HPV Vaccine May Work for People Who Already Had the Virus Listen to the most important stories of the day Contact us at [email protected] Rep Steve Alford of the Kansas House apologized for comments he made last week linking the character and genetics of black people to marijuana "I was wrong I regret my comments and I sincerely apologize to anyone whom I have hurt" Alford said in a statement Monday according to the Topeka Capital-Journal Alford who has served in the state’s legislature since 2011 said on Saturday at a town hall that black people had a lower tolerance for marijuana because of the their “character makeup” and “genetics” the Garden City Telegram first reported "Basically any way you say it marijuana is an entry drug into the higher drugs" Alford said in response to a suggestion that pot legalization could raise money for the state of Kansas according to the Telegram "What you really need to do is go back in the 30s when they outlawed all types of drugs in Kansas [and] across the United States "What was the reason why they did that" he continued "One of the reasons why I hate to say it was that the African Americans they were basically users and they basically responded the worst off to those drugs just because of their character makeup their genetics and that” Several of Alford’s fellow lawmakers were stunned by the comments according to the Capital-Journal "I think that is outrageous" said Sen Oletha Faust-Goudeau a Democrat from Wichita the Capital-Journal reported "For a sitting state representative to say that I just cant believe it You cant put everybody into one category He should be more of a statesman and get facts" Prior to his apology Monday when the Telegram asked for clarification regarding his comments Alford stood by his initial stance but said that he shouldn’t have single out African-Americans "There are certain groups of people their genetics the way their makeup is the chemicals will affect them differently" Alford told the paper "Thats what I should have said was drugs affect people differently instead of being more specific" Alford did not immediately respond to TIME’s request for comment Contact us at [email protected] and Maxine Simpson “and they’re probably safer now than they have ever been. it’s been a top concern for decades. thanks to their social and monetary capital.

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