"It’s massive. People need to understand that it's like you're stealing the future from certain generations. If you increased the temperatures in this country by just 2%, the change to everything would be huge, there would be changes to the map.” … [Read more...] about Dad-of-five who lived off Pot Noodles while on the dole now runs £4million business
Climate change when did it start
European leaders, the UN and scores of retired Israeli generals and security officials have voiced their objection to the plan, arguing that it would isolate Israel and pour petrol on the volatile region. It would also signal the death of the two-state solution, the 1994 outline for peace between the Israelis and Palestinians that has been the framework for all subsequent negotiations, but which many analysts argue has been on its deathbed for years. … [Read more...] about What else happened as coronavirus swept the globe
Honestly, it’s hard to tell, but Mark Zuckerberg has managed to put that particular brain teaser on the table. The Facebook CEO has had a penchant, starting in 2009, for kicking off each year with a ‘personal challenge’. They have included the worthy and inspiring (learn Mandarin, 2010; success!). The effusively irritating (only eat animals that he hunted and killed himself, 2011; results unknown, although he did once serve cold goat to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey). To the apparently unachievable (“Fix” Facebook, 2018; no). … [Read more...] about Could Mark Zuckerberg’s new pledge spell the end for tech bro guff?
“He would sometimes claim to have met with Gorbachev, or had been going to meet with him – all with this goal of sitting him down to talk about nuclear weapons and claiming he could learn all he needed to know about nuclear weapons in 90 minutes as he already knew a lot from being the nephew of a guy in MIT,” said a former senior official. … [Read more...] about Fumbling the nuclear football: is Trump blundering to arms control chaos?
Trump was referring to Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson who said Tuesday that all registered voters - there are 7.7 million of them - will receive applications for absentee ballots, meaning voters would still have to request an actual ballot to vote. … [Read more...] about Gov. Whitmer says Michigan will ‘pursue every legal recourse possible’ against those responsible for two dam failures as it’s revealed the license of a company that operated one of them was revoked in 2018