Brand New Long Island Restaurant Offers Unique Flavors and Fun Atmosphere

The owner of a brand new restaurant on Long Island shared his intention to serve unique and delicious dishes in a welcoming and colorful environment. Zest opened in Suffolk County on Tuesday, November 16 at 298 West Main Street in Bay Shore. Chef Michael Liebman, the owner, said that since …

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Listen to the buzz of the Alpine Rift

Standing in the last back field of a deer farm near Whataroa on the west coast of the South Island, high-visibility orange vest, shovel in hand, Professor John Townend searches for the perfect spot – not too wet, not too stony, with a good view of the sun. A good …

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Seattle-based KaJ Labs Begins Dialogue with Turkish Government for Digital Book Pilot Project

SEATTLE, December 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Turkey is the most recent country to announce the development of a central bank digital currency (CBDC). The Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (CBRT) created the Digital Turkish Lira Collaboration Platform and has been testing the platform for some time. …

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Giant panda spotted gorging on meat in Chinese nature reserve

Do pandas eat meat? New footage from China shows a person munching on flesh. Among other things, pandas are famous for their diet. The giant, round panda, native to south-central China, is a folivore, although belonging to the order of carnivores. Bamboo shoots and leaves make up 99% of their …

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ACROSS programs in India extended for another five years to observe Earth’s climate science

Climate change has made everyone’s mind bend a bit, to think more about how they can specifically help restore balance in the environment. Whether individuals or respective governments do their best to resuscitate the best of our nature, we must seize our present to secure our future, curb our polluting …

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How La Niña and climate change can enable our current parade of atmospheric rivers.

La Niña plays a role in allowing our current parade of atmospheric rivers across the Pacific and there could be a link to climate change as well. Faron Anslow, head of climate analysis and monitoring at the Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, explains, “The global source of almost all atmospheric rivers …

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Strange ‘eggshell’ exoplanets could have ultra-smooth surfaces

Weird, newly theorized “eggshell planets” may possess ultra-thin outer layers with ultra-smooth surfaces unlike those seen in any world to date, a new study reports. Astronomers may have already detected at least three eggshell planets, the scientists noted. In the past 25 years or so, astronomers have confirmed the existence …

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10 mighty Marvel heroes who were weak

Marvel’s heroes have changed a lot over the years, and much of the reason is due to the changes the comics themselves have gone through. To deal with the biggest threats they face, the heroes also had to gain power. And while some heroes have gone through relatively few power …

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Nature says pay me now or pay me later

In the grand scheme of things, where do we stand as humans? Are we destined to become a small point on the timeline of the universe? Five mass extinction events have occurred over the eons. We shouldn’t fool ourselves into thinking that another extinction cannot happen. So why are we …

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Atmosphere launches 30 beach villas in the Maldives

Atmosphere Hotels & Resorts, a leading international hotel company, has unveiled two new categories of beach pool villas comprising 30 properties at Atmosphere Kanifushi in the Maldives. Atmosphere Kanifushi is located on the secluded Lhaviyani Atoll. This classic five-star island resort is a 35-minute seaplane ride from Male International Airport. …

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