As accusations of bias fly during an election year, a new report shows that Americans have serious misgivings about the media, with only six percent saying they have “a great deal of confidence” in the press.
A survey of more than 2,000 adults released on Sunday showed that trust in the media has dipped to dramatically low levels. About 52 percent of respondents said they have “some confidence” in the press, while 41 percent said they have“hardly any confidence.”
“Over the last two decades, research shows the public has grown increasingly skeptical of the news industry,” the report from the American Press Institute reads. “The study reaffirms that consumers do value broad concepts of trust like fairness, balance, accuracy, and completeness. At least two-thirds of Americans cite each of these four general principles as very important to them.”
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Sunday’s devastating earthquake in Ecuador might just be the beginning, according to a seismologist who says that current conditions in the Pacific Rim could trigger at least four quakes with magnitudes greater than 8.0.
Earlier this month, China launched a microgravity satellite called SJ-10 into space. Aboard the satellite were 6,000 mouse embryos in a chamber about the size of a microwave oven, China Daily reported.
The chamber includes the support needed to provide the embryos with nutrients, as well as a microscope system and image sensors to capture photos of the developing embryos every four hours.
Some of those images have already been beamed back to Earth, and show that the initial two-cell embryos grew into fully developed blastocysts (the name given to embryos before they implant onto the wall of the uterus) over the course of 80 hours in space.