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It can be transmitted through kicked-up dust that has been in contact with dried rodent droppings.
Tesla’s alternating current system promised to transmit electricity much greater distances than the reigning direct current setup that Edison had pioneered.
Ruling out the shipments leaves a huge question mark over the origin of the outbreak, which broke New Zealand’s 102-day streak of no locally transmitted cases.
The system is being used for research into treatments as well as mapping how the virus is transmitted and can be slowed.
That means the receivers can tell if anyone is eavesdropping when the quantum key is transmitted to them, making it essentially impossible to hack the communication channel without them realizing.
In both monkeys after training, the team slapped on a cone made of a Jello-like substance to help transmit sound waves.
When light passes over them, they transmit electrical signals that are picked up by liquid metal wires attached to the back of the retina.
Some these people transmit the virus through “asymptomatic transmission.”
Patient 1 and his Shanghai colleague transmitted the virus before either got symptoms.
For example, airplane antennae transmit or receive electrical signals through shielded wires.

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