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  • Madonna, showing a 94.5% efficacy rate fighter, now says it's vaccine is 95% effective.

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  • Welcome toe watch mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 good things that actually happened in 2020.

  • I think it's here to stay for the convenience and the value and adds, and I think it's gonna be here long after coronavirus.

  • This marks a huge step in the medical field toward finding a cure for the virus, one that had sparked a global health crisis predating the 19 eighties.

  • The water in its many canals, usually dull and murky as a result of the many boats it's suddenly clear for this list.

  • We're looking at the best and most impactful good news and trends from 2020.

  • We're not saying it all outweighed the bad.

  • We're just reminding ourselves that some good actually happened in this year is, Well, what's your favorite feel good story of 2020?

  • Let us know in the comments below number 10, increasing the power of good news, 2020 sucked and March 2020 really sucked, Ah, pandemic was officially declared by the W, H O.

  • And the world went into Lock Down a scary and confusing event in modern history.

  • On a personal note, this week actually brought a whole lot of good news because it marked 15 years since this haircut was born.

  • We desperately needed some good news, and John Krasinski was there to answer.

  • On March 29 not long after the global lockdowns began, Krawczynski aired the first episode of some good news produced by Krasinski and run out of his home.

  • The Siri's saw the host relaying happy and uplifting stories to a scared and concerned audience.

  • Just to see your face is so great.

  • Major guest appearances from the likes of Steve Carell, Brad Pitt and the Hamilton cast also helped.

  • In eight weeks, the Siri's accumulated over 70 million views.

  • My name is Alexander Hamilton on There's a Million Things I haven't done, just you wait, just you wait.

  • Number nine Signs of Life and Water on other planets.

  • Life on Earth is certainly struggling, but the prospect of life existing elsewhere is looking up.

  • Humanity has long questioned the existence of extraterrestrial life, and 2020 made some progress in answering the age old question.

  • In September, 2020 scientists discovered that the clouds of Venus contained phosgene, a toxic compound made by microbes.

  • Here is what Foss Fine looks like.

  • This is a computer generated image, usually on Earth.

  • This gas is associated, as we've just been hearing, with microbes living in oxygen poor environments like swamps or in the guts of animals like penguins.

  • However, this discovery was met with much debate.

  • Not a single process we looked at could produce frosting in high enough quantities to explain our team's findings of fostering in the Venus atmosphere.

  • That same month, researchers discovered three bodies of salt water underneath the ice of Mars, all of which were centered around the major one found back in 2018.

  • Today we're going to announce that under certain circumstances, liquid water has been found on Mars, according to one of the papers, co authors quote, it's a complex system.

  • It's estimated that the main lake is almost 20 miles across and that the entire lake system is spread over roughly 46,000 miles, where you find water that obviously gets people excited about looking for the potential for hosting life number eight surprise albums.

  • We know this is small time compared to the calamities that have faced us in 2020 but we're taking solace where we can.

  • This'll was the year of the surprise album, probably as a means for artists to give some happiness to their beleaguered fans.

  • While released in January in certainly a little dark for the year, Eminem dropped music to be murdered by How can I have all these fans to perspire like a liar handsome on fire and I got no plans to retire and I'm still the man You with My March, saw the release of Childish Gambino's 3 15 20 May brought Drakes mixtape Dark Lane demo tapes.

  • Beyonce released Black Parade for Juneteenth during the George Floyd protests as a means to celebrate black culture.

  • And just a few weeks later, Taylor Swift dropped folklore, arguably her best album and one conceived and recorded entirely in quarantine.

  • She followed it up with a second surprise album, evermore in December, Number seven New Ways of connecting Desperate Times, making do weird things like video happy hours with all your friends.

  • The cove it lockdowns forced us to get creative.

  • For one thing, some of us began successfully working from home, throwing the entire concept of offices and commuting into question, but social events on equal amount of creativity and invention.

  • We've had virtual concerts, zoom meetings and get togethers and even school being conducted via the Internet.

  • We all came together to play and enjoy among us, which is basically the thing in video game form.

  • Nobody trusts anybody now.

  • Telemedicine has made health care more accessible.

  • Think it's here to stay for the convenience and the value and adds, and I think it's going to be here long after coronavirus.

  • I think it's here to stay.

  • Yes, these are very poor substitutes for laughing in person with our loved ones.

  • But this year saw people finding new ways to bridge physical distance, allowing us to share our lives while locked in our homes.

  • Videoconferencing is by far the main way.

  • We're staying close.

  • It's connecting generations.

  • I'm making sure none of us miss out on celebrating life's biggest milestones.

  • Number six animals get freaky.

  • 2020 was a bad year for US humans, but a great year for some vulnerable species.

  • Back in February, Ohio's Columbus Zoo proudly welcomed to cheetah cubs that were born through in vitro fertilization.

  • We're always finding ways and seeking out ways of how can we, um, increase the chances of this animal survival in the wild?

  • This fantastic event is 15 years in the making, and it may help the vulnerable species to thrive into the future.

  • Today, there are only around 70 cheetahs left in the wild, where only 5% of cubs survive.

  • Poaching in a loss of hunting grounds have led to so few cheetahs that too many or too closely related over.

  • In China, giant pandas Yang Yang and Lola successfully made it for the first time in mid July, Yang Yang began experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, including more rest ful periods and a loss of appetite.

  • Even though it didn't pan out.

  • It's very promising for next year.

  • Like cheetahs, giant pandas are currently listed as a vulnerable species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

  • Number five more hope for an eventual HIV cure.

  • Um, you've tested positive for HIV, which is the virus that causes AIDS.

  • HIV is still considered a global epidemic.

  • It's claimed upwards of 32 million lives from the early eighties to 2018, and in 2018 alone, it claimed 770,000.

  • Luckily, a cure is perhaps approaching.

  • Back In 2007, a man named Timothy Ray Brown was officially cured of HIV.

  • Brown's case is rare.

  • The procedure is extremely dangerous and won't work in most patients because the bone marrow he received at a special genetic mutation over 10 years later, in March of 2020 London, man named Adam Castillejo was also declared cured after 30 virus free months.

  • This marks a huge step in the medical field toward finding a cure for the virus, one that had sparked a global health crisis predating the 19 eighties.

  • He had received a stem cell transplant with cells lacking the harmful CCR five.

  • Gene, the study's lead author, claimed quote.

  • These results represent the second ever case of a patient to be cured of HIV.

  • But he also emphasized that the treatment is a last ditch effort that will not be made widespread.

  • Could this be a possible cure for AIDS?

  • Possibly lead to a cure?

  • And that's what doctors are underlining here.

  • Lead to a cure.

  • Number four Covad.

  • 19 Vaccines.

  • Moderna, showing a 94.5% efficacy rate fighter, now says it's vaccine is 95% effective.

  • The next monumental challenge delivery.

  • The good news regarding Cove it is that the ending is in sight well, unending to the most extreme measures.

  • Anyway, a number of different companies have developed covert vaccines, including Pfizer, Madonna and AstraZeneca.

  • Well, the companies will present a great dossier of all their information to the Food and Drug Administration, and their internal experts will then start to review it, but very quickly with emergency use authorization.

  • Some countries are already rolling them out, and more will follow suit within the next few months.

  • The first batch is going to frontline workers, hospital staff and the vulnerable.

  • However, the general population will eventually follow.

  • Various public figures have suggested that life may return to some degree of normality by spring or summer of 2021.

  • Realistically, even with the vaccine, we won't get rid of co vid 19 overnight number three global effort to help Australia.

  • Fires are just in one location.

  • They're raging everywhere.

  • There's something hauntingly poetic about 2020 opening with Fire.

  • Australia suffered a particularly horrid bushfire season throughout 2019 and 2020 with some referring to it as the black summer.

  • While the fires began in June of 2019, they reached their hellish peak in January 2020 burning through 18 million hectares and costing upwards of $103 billion.

  • The fires claimed billions of animals, 3500 homes and over 400 lives.

  • There is no time Thio ease into the job for the Canadians or anyone else.

  • This is a crisis and one that seems certain the last for months to come.

  • Luckily, the world pooled resources to help the burning country, showcasing a beautiful example of international unity.

  • Numerous countries from around the world sent aid, including firefighters, aircraft, military units, food, clothing and money.

  • I'm just gonna work with system you guys have in the folks you guys have and just super excited to learn and help wherever I can.

  • Number two nature gotta break.

  • One byproduct of co vid lockdowns was witnessing the return of nature.

  • Air pollution levels temporarily plummeted, with nitrogen dioxide levels in Wuhan, China, and Milan, Italy decreasing by 30 to 40% between January and March, there's a drastic change in the northern part of the country.

  • The region saw 40% less emissions from sources such as factories and automobiles.

  • By March, greenhouse gasses were reduced from the lack of factory operation.

  • In travel, the ozone layer showed clear signs of recovery.

  • It's a pattern seen around the world.

  • The light of the shade here, the bigger the decline in emissions in some countries up again, but still a huge change.

  • Animals started to reclaim land, with pink flamingos increasing in Albania and lions populating other areas of South Africa's Kruger National Park.

  • World leaders pledged to focus on cleaning the world's oceans and waterways around the world started to enjoy a healthy come back with the canals of Venice turning crystal clear due to a lack of kicked up sediment, the water in its many canals, usually dull and murky as a result of the many boats it's suddenly clear.

  • Nature has been consistently strained in recent decades, so it was nice to see good news before we unveil our topic.

  • Here are some honorable mentions, a new appreciation for teachers and health care workers.

  • The world collectively applauded the brave, a small gesture that these law enforcement personnel and firefighters giving these frontline workers, turning the tables on them and calling them heroes bacterial enzyme that digests plastic Will we eat our way out of the plastic problem, the researchers note.

  • Even with the increased speed over Pettus alone, this new super enzyme is still not fast enough yet to be commercially viable.

  • Wonder Chicken We possibly found the ancestor of the modern day chicken.

  • An international team of paleontologists have published their findings, which proves, they say, that birds existed in the Northern Hemisphere alongside the dinosaurs.

  • Space six made history.

  • We're at the dawn of a new age, says NASA deputy administrator.

  • Three to, but zero existed.

  • Lift off nine crew.

  • Dragon Gate, NASA Go Space X Godspeed Body Parasite wins best picture.

  • Pang Xun host Satirical masterpiece became the first foreign language film to do so.

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  • Number one.

  • Many people came together to Fight Cove.

  • It 19 2020 was an unbelievably difficult and divisive year, but it also showed the best of humanity.

  • Ah, huge number of people wore masks and stayed home, signifying a wish or at least a reluctant acceptance to do their part.

  • Distilleries made hand sanitizer.

  • We came together to support healthcare and frontline workers.

  • We spoke out against racism and police brutality.

  • We made ventilators and masks.

  • Celebrities used their clout to spread awareness and raise money for various causes.

  • We really have to all stay at home.

  • It's the only way that we're going to stop the spread of this virus, and it's only gonna work if we all do it.

  • Together.

  • We joined together for hope through unity in a terrible year, it's important to recognize what people have achieved by working and striving together.

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