Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Antarctic Regions Body

The Arctic and Antarctic Regions — are special areas in climate, geographical position and concentration of natural resources. This areas — are valuable source of scientific data about the past of our world. They help looks into to comprehend how global climate changes and make precise projections for future. Not long ago scientists used ground vehicles and satellite images for their research. For a very long time drones were not suitable to be used in the Arctic because the freezing cold harmed electronic devices and gale-force wind knocked over the…

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Design 101: How To Get The “Minimalist-Maximalist” Look

Many home owners find the appeal of minimalist design too sterile for a full-time living space, but also feel maximalist options tend to include such a wide assortment of pieces that impact is lost in the clutter. While both styles also have their points of appeal, it’s clear that many people do not want the empty, open spaces minimalist approaches build any more than the sense of a completely filled room that critics of maximalist design often call attention to as a source of claustrophobia. That leads to the new…

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Best Places to Find a Date According to Data Science

Are you looking for a date but have not been successful in several cities or locations? Well, you need to know that like real estate, is all about location, and the same applies to your romantic relationships too. You are more likely to find love in some cities than others. This is because some cities attract certain people and other factors prevail there such as there being more dating spots, lower cost of living, and others, all of which increase your chances of getting a date. Recently, a study was…

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5 New Cannabis Trends You Need to Know in 2019

Cannabis is finally becoming popular and globally recognised as a safer alternative to costly and dangerous medicines. This destigmatisation has led to an increase in cannabis use for recreational and medicinal purposes. Many countries are recognising the cannabis industry and its contribution to both the economy and its citizens. There are many more changes that come with this revolution. Consumers are expected to be more educated about the use of cannabis and the various products available in the market and the sales are therefore expected to increase. Over the past…

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Throw the Texas Party You’ve Always Dreamed Of

Throwing a great party starts with the right vision. Whether you live in Texas or just love the state’s unique character, throwing a Texan party is a great way to make an even amazing. From finding the right Austin event rentals to planning your menu, below are some tips to help you throw the Texas party you’ve always dreamed of. Take Advantage of the Outdoors Texas has a lot to offer outside. Depending on where you are in the state, the weather can be perfect for parties almost year-round. You’ll…

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Tips to Plan An Event

When putting together a large event, it is critical to make the proper arrangements ahead of time to ensure it goes off without a hitch. Planning for traffic and parking, knowing how much money you will need, and promoting the occurrence will make things run smooth. Organize Traffic Flow Provide your guests with ample room to enter and exit parking lots and plan for easy entry and exit. You can set up custom traffic signs for the specific needs of high traffic areas. Have staff members on-site to streamline the…

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Here’s the biggest news you missed this weekend

Male-only military draft is unconstitutional, judge rules A federal judge in Texas has declared that the all-male military draft is unconstitutional, ruling that “the time has passed” for a debate on whether women belong in the military. The decision deals the biggest legal blow to the Selective Service System since the Supreme Court upheld the draft in 1981. In Rostker v. Goldberg, the court ruled that the male-only draft was “fully justified” because women were ineligible for combat roles. But U.S. District Judge Gray Miller ruled late Friday that while historical restrictions on women serving in combat “may have…

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CMMS: What it is and why you need it

Now, if you already know what CMMS is, what your applications are and the benefits that can be achieved, but you are still in doubt about the best technology solution for your company, you need reading this post. CMMS: What it is and why you need it Operational obstacles may prevent the good performance of companies in maintaining their assets. Sometimes corporate strategy and operational reality are out of alignment, and what the corporation plans to do often is not what really happens. And while organizations have a myriad of…

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Altria looks to a future beyond cigarettes but investors aren’t cheering its $15 billion bet

Seth Wenig | AP Juul products are displayed at a smoke shop in New York, Thursday, Dec. 20, 2018. It’s getting harder to be a cigarette company. Altria knows that. Altria shelled out $14.6 billion to take large stakes in companies outside its traditional hold in cigarettes over the past two weeks — a 45 percent share of cannabis company Cronos and 35 percent stake in e-cigarette maker Juul. The latter, which valued Juul at $38 billion, prohibits Altria from taking a controlling interest for at least six years. Juul…

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ESA’s Mars probe captures image of 82-km-wide ice-filled crater on the Red Planet’s surface

There was a time when the news that scientists may have found water on Mars fascinated and awed the world. And now is the time when there are actual pictures that show a hint of a possibility that it might be true. The European Space Agency has revealed images captured by its Mars Express probe which show a giant crater called ‘Korolev’ on the surface of the Red Planet. The crater has been named after chief rocket engineer and spacecraft designer Sergei Korolev, who has been dubbed as the father…

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