‘Mountain Dew Mouth’ Is Destroying Appalachia’s Teeth

In a traditional car, that’s not a problem. The dedicated battery that provides the power for these features is constantly charged by the car’s gasoline or diesel engine. However, in an all-electric car, everything that draws power from the battery other than the engine will limit the vehicle’s range.

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Of course, companies like Volkswagen, Mercedes, BMW and Volvo have been developing their autonomous driving technologies for longer than Tesla has been in existence but even that shouldn’t prove too significant an obstacle. A number of the major players in the sector, such as Bosch and Continental have gained their position from developing and then licensing their technologies to other car companies that don’t have the requisite research and development budgets to create systems in-house.

The drink is also native to the region: Mountain Dew was invented in Tennessee before PepsiCo bought the brand.

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Curiosity has been sucking in Martian air and scanning its components since shortly after landing in August 2012.

While Harris says that there aren’t a lot of comprehensive surveys of dental health in Appalachia, signs of a rampant problem are unmistakable: Some 26 percent of preschoolers in the region have tooth decay, and 15 percent of 18-to-24-year-olds have had a tooth extracted because of decay or erosion. That’s according to calculations by Singer, who is working with Harris.

“This observation doesn’t rule out the possibility of current microbial activity, [but] it lowers the probability certainly that methanogens are the source of that activity,” he told the BBC’s Science In Action Programme.

“There is some indication from the Mars Express data – and it has not been published yet because it’s a very complicated measurement – that the methane might peak at a certain altitude, at 25-40km. The Curiosity results are interesting but they have not yet settled the issue.”

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