Ryan Pickrell, provided by Published 8:16 am CDT, Saturday, April 27, 2019 A Japanese Air-Self Defense Force F-35A Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter is still missing in the Pacific after a little over two and a half weeks of searching. Japan has deployed submarine rescue ships, coast guard vessels, rotary aircraft, and, most recently, a maritime survey vessel to find the fifth-generation stealth fighter and its pilot. The US military has sent a destroyer, maritime patrol aircraft, a high-altitude reconnaissance plane, and a salvage team equipped with the same tools that were used to search for Malaysian Airlines Flight 370. It's been nearly three weeks since a Japanese F-35 crashed in the Pacific, but the US and Japan have yet to recover the missing stealth fighter. A Japan Air Self-Defense Force F-35A Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter piloted by Maj. Akinori Hosomi mysteriously disappeared from radar Tuesday, April 9. The pilot did not send out a distress signal … [Read more...] about An F-35 stealth fighter is still missing somewhere in the Pacific — here’s everything the US military has sent to find it
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | Japan Has a New Emperor. Now It Needs a Software Update. Advertisement Supported by It isn’t exactly Y2K, but the country is scrambling to reconcile its systems with the ancient demands of an imperial calendar. ByBen Dooley, Makiko Inoue and Hisako Ueno April 23, 2019 TOKYO — Lost data. Emails that disappear into the ether. Servers that never connect. All thanks to the ascension of a new emperor to the Chrysanthemum Throne. Japan is scrambling to update software, revise forms and print new calendars before May 1, when the world’s third-largest economy begins a new imperial era. For most of the rest of the world, it will remain the year 2019 when the clock strikes midnight. Across Japan, which relies internally on an ancient calendar that honors a reigning emperor, it will be the … [Read more...] about Japan Has a New Emperor. Now It Needs a Software Update.
Health | One Day There May Be a Drug to Turbocharge Your Brain. Who Should Get It? Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Credit Credit Benedicte Muller Supported by ByCarl Zimmer April 2, 2019 In 2011, Dr. Dena Dubal was hired by the University of California, San Francisco, as an assistant professor of neurology. She set up a new lab with one chief goal: to understand a mysterious hormone called Klotho. Dr. Dubal wondered if it might be the key to finding effective treatments for dementia and other disorders of the aging brain. At the time, scientists only knew enough about Klotho to be fascinated by it. Mice bred to make extra Klotho lived 30 percent longer, for instance. But scientists also had found Klotho in the brain, and so Dr. Dubal launched experiments to see whether it had any effect on how mice learn and remember. The results were startling. In one study, she and her colleagues found that extra Klotho … [Read more...] about One Day There May Be a Drug to Turbocharge Your Brain. Who Should Get It?
By Michelle Robertson, SFGATE Updated 4:00 am PDT, Wednesday, March 20, 2019 Black Box VR, the world's first immersive virtual reality gym, opens on Market Street in San Francisco in April. SFGATE staff writer Michelle Robertson wrote down some questions she had ahead of the experience. Click through the gallery to read them. Pictured above: A press image courtesy of Black Box VR (not Michelle Robertson). less Black Box VR, the world's first immersive virtual reality gym, opens on Market Street in San Francisco in April. SFGATE staff writer Michelle Robertson wrote down some questions she had ahead of the ... more Photo: Fudo Jahic, Courtesy Black Box VR Photo: Fudo Jahic, Courtesy Black Box VR Image 1 of / 10 Caption Close Image 1 of 10 Black Box VR, the … [Read more...] about The world’s first VR gym is opening in San Francisco. We tried it.
By MATTHEW DESMOND FEB. 21, 2019 A living wage is an antidepressant. It is a sleep aid. A diet. A stress reliever. It is a contraceptive, preventing teenage pregnancy. It prevents premature death. It shields children from neglect. The FUTURE of WORK Decades on the Job, and Counting The $15 Minimum Wage Doesn’t Just Improve Lives, It Saves Them An Office Designed for Autism The Rise of the WeWorking Class America’s Professional Elite: Wealthy, Successful and Miserable The New Labor Movement Fighting for Domestic Workers’ Rights Why Aren’t Women Advancing More in Corporate America? The FUTURE of WORK A living wage is an antidepressant. It is a sleep aid. A diet. A stress reliever. It is a contraceptive, preventing teenage pregnancy. It prevents premature death. It shields children from neglect. By MATTHEW DESMOND Illustration by TRACY MA Illustration by Tracy Ma In 2014, Julio Payes was working 80 hours a week at two … [Read more...] about The $15 Minimum Wage Doesn’t Just Improve Lives, It Saves Them