Month: December 2021

Gadget

F1 officials fired warning over rule change based on Lewis Hamilton performance

Lewis Hamilton’s performance at the Sao Paulo Grand Prix last season was seen by many as a reason to strengthen the grid, but F1 legend Alain Prost does not agree. Video Loading Video Not Available The video will play itself soon8Stop Play now The Mercedes boss expects Lewis Hamilton to be ‘kidnapped’ and continue running […]

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World News

Metropolitan Police Department in D.C. seeking a few good chaplains; applications open now

The Rev. Msgr. Salvatore A. Criscuolo states that the most important characteristic of a Metropolitan Police Department the priest is present. An MPD The priest was “well prepared to leave the rest of the day, better to be ready to miss dinner, and better prepared to get up at 3:00 am and be present,” he […]

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World News

Deep ocean expert named to Order of Canada

For marine biologist Verena Tunnicliffe, being named head of the Order of Canada is an honor, as well as a reflection on maritime science, the deep sea and the future of marine products. On Wednesday, Tunnicliffe, a retired professor at the University of Victoria of Biology and Earth and Ocean Science, was among 134 others […]

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World News

Coastal cleanup bags 50 tonnes of marine debris

The West Coast clean-up operation was completed over the Christmas period after the removal of 50 tons of wastewater along BC’s Discovery Islands. The amount of garbage collected by a small but determined group from 357 kilometers off the coast of the islands of Quadra, Cortes, Read, Maurelle, and Marina from October to late December […]

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World News

The feds tap dance on Alberta, but tiptoe around Quebec

For years, pro-Alberta politicians have complained about the care Quebec receives from the federal government and elected officials. It is a major component of distributed information in the region so fleur-de-lis with the risk of cross-border should be added to Alberta’s official equipment. But for the most part, whether it was a matching program or […]

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World News

What I learned at COP26

Every day, the streets of Glasgow were filled with people expressing their frustration and anger at national leaders. “Power to the People!” it was the constant abstinence of the freedom fighters, while inside and outside COP26, government agencies reviewed the ways in which people around the world are doing things in their hands: The community […]

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World News

Lessons learned from covering climate change in 2021

The media often publishes late-year-olds to remind their audiences of major events that took place earlier in the year that are at risk of being forgotten, ignored, or simply taken for granted. As a result, it may seem absurd to divide the shares COP26 as the final issue of the year when the meeting was […]

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World News

Climate clues from the past spark a new look at history

This story was originally published by Yale Environment 360 and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Joseph Manning, a Yale University professor of ancient history, likes to recall the moment when he was shown an advance copy of a scholarly paper that pinpointed the timing of major volcanic eruptions over the last […]

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Business

BoI tells banks they can't refuse crypto transactions

The Bank of Israel has devised a way to protect itself against wasting digital currency. The Bank of Israel issued a circular statement to banks today with an addition to Proper Banking Procedure 411, which deals with money laundering. The circular describes in detail the role of banks related to cryptocurrency activity. The policy seeks […]

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Gadget

Diesel Vs Johnson Feud Rumbles On

When Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel started with handbags in the early hours of the morning a few years ago, we all laughed at them, thinking it was some kind of seduction. Probably a “kayfaybe” method of direct advertising from The Rock’s WWE days. The Diesel dispute with Johnson later began to look real. Now […]

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