Monthly Archives: November 2021

Why are there so many kinds of phytoplankton?

Item body There is a long-standing conundrum in ecology called the plankton paradox. Famous by conservationist George Evelyn Hutchinson in 1961, The Paradox explores how strange it is that there are thousands of species of phytoplankton in the upper parts of the ocean. The first few feet of water is essentially a well-mixed soup, which means that all of these ...

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175-year-old Assam magazine Orunodoy to be on display in exhibit

On December 1, the 175-year-old Orunodoy magazine will be presented at an exhibition for the first time in Assam history in the majestic Mahabahu Brahamputra Heritage Center by the Nanda Talukdar Foundation. “The exhibition will be there for 3 months from December 1, 2021 to February 28, 2022 and I wish all Assamese to see this historical piece and this ...

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Really Honor Our Indigenous Peoples | Scott Fina | Chroniclers

As a young schoolboy, I was taught that Christopher Columbus proved the world to be round and discovered America. Greek thinkers determined the spherical nature of our planet almost two thousand years before Columbus. Columbus was also thousands of years behind in discovering America, unless we take into account the millions of people living in the “New World” when he ...

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Polish industrial production surprises on the rise with growth of 7.8% yoy in October

Polish industrial production rose 7.8% year-on-year at constant prices in October, after increasing 8.8% year-on-year the previous month, according to unadjusted data from the GUS statistical office. 22 november. The expansion far exceeded consensus, which expected a gain of only 5.4% yoy. This good result is explained by the very dynamic growth of the utilities sector – production of electricity, ...

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Marvel’s Wolverine became Silver Surfer after an Adamantium X-Men invention

Wolverine just became a different kind of Silver Surfer at Marvel, but not the kind that Galactus chose. And this one is … a little weird. WARNING: This article contains major spoilers for X-Force # 25, on sale now from Marvel Comics. Wolverine (aka the mutant Logan) has held many titles over the course of his extraordinarily long life. He’s ...

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The 2022 Palm Beaches Arts, Culture and More Season Sneak Peek

Explore all that the Cultural Capital of Florida® has to offer over the coming year LAKE WORTH BEACH, Fla., Nov. 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – As the colder months of the year approach, we are entering the “season” when travelers from across the country flock to The Palm Beaches, Fla. – known as the original resort destination of the United ...

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The Millennium Sapphire STO Public Sale is open for two more days

NFT DIVIDEND ANNOUNCEMENT NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / November 21, 2021 / Millennium Fine Art, Inc. (MFAI), The public sale of the Millennium Sapphire through its wholly owned subsidiary, MS Token, the securitized token offering (STO) is still open until November 23 at 12 p.m. EST. With a minimum purchase of $ 500, at $ 3.5 per token, investors ...

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Mediatek to present WiFi 7 at CES 2022, claims it will be faster than cable

Few people use WiFi 6, and even less WiFi 6E, but companies are already developing WiFi 7, with one utopia in mind: to get rid of the cable. We talk a lot about the 5G connection, but in the end it is a connection that we only use when we are away from home, and it is more decisive for ...

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Top 100 Newcomer World Courses

There is no shortage of regulars on the list of the top 100 GOLF courses in the world – in fact, almost all of them are regulars. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t any unsubscribes or new faces. This time around, seven newcomers made their debut, and in the next few days, we’ll be introducing (or reintroducing!) Each of them. ...

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Pastor of the Valley: To give thanks is a gift that we can give to ourselves, to our loved ones |

Thanksgiving is a time of gratitude, community, and uplifting of the spirit, all of which are part of almost all religions. For Pastor Greg Molter of St. Paul’s Methodist Church in Danville and St. Peter’s Methodist Church in Riverside, Thanksgiving is also about the gifts. “For me, giving thanks is a gift, both to us and to those with whom ...

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