While No 10 adviser Dominic Cummings and eugenics aficionado Andrew Sabisky grab the headlines, it is Jack Airey who may well have the more lasting impact on our lives. As Johnson’s new adviser on housing and planning, Airey is leading the charge to strip local councils of meaningful control over local development. Just last month, in his role as head of housing at influential right-wing thinktank Policy Exchange, he published his manifesto, Rethinking the planning system for the 21st century. … [Read more...] about Beautiful homes on sunlit uplands? Not once the developers are in charge
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LIGO DETECTOR: TWO OBSERVATORIES SPOTTING GRAVITATIONAL WAVES FROM GALACTIC SCALE EVENTS Ligo is made up of two observatories that detect gravitational waves by splitting a laser beam and sending it down several mile (kilometre) long tunnels before merging the light waves together again. … [Read more...] about Escape from the dark: Flares of light are seen coming OUT of a black hole for the first time – sparked by the collision of two galactic behemoths ‘crushing clouds of gas’ in their wake
At the high-tech end, the largest wireless network ever to be applied to a single building has been set up across the Empire State that allows valves and vents to be monitored and centrally controlled. Four central chillers have been replaced and smart air circulation systems have also been put in as a low-energy means of heating the building in winter and cooling it in summer. … [Read more...] about Empire State Building: Can the tallest be the greenest?
The last two of these, phosphorus and sulphur, have not yet been found in Enceladus's ocean – but scientists suspect them to be there because the rocky core of the moon is believed to be chemically similar to meteorites containing them. … [Read more...] about Stunning new Cassini image of Enceladus shows the icy moon experts say is our ‘best chance’ of finding alien life