Thousand years

The Lord of the Rings series finally reveals the names of the characters

Prime Video reveals the names of the mix of new and familiar characters found in the posters for the upcoming The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. The names of some of the main characters in Amazon’s next movie The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power series have been revealed, and they are a mix of ...

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Environmental balance on thin ice

Ice acts as a protective blanket over the Earth and our oceans. These bright white dots reflect excess heat back into space and keep the planet cooler. In theory, the Arctic stays colder than the equator because more of the sun’s heat is reflected off the ice, back into space. Glaciers around the world can range from ice hundreds to ...

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How to watch ‘Spencer’ for free online – Billboard

Kristen Stewart is officially an Oscar nominated actress. Stewart, 31, won the Best Actress Oscar for her portrayal of Princess Diana in spencer, the biographical drama directed by Pablo Larraín. The movie is streaming across multiple platforms, so if you want to catch the film in time to cheer on Stewart at this year’s Oscars, you’ll have plenty of time ...

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TİKA has implemented more than 30,000 projects in 30 years – World

Established 30 years ago, the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA) has so far implemented more than 30,000 projects in 170 countries in various fields including education, agriculture, access to drinking water and catering. TİKA develops projects according to countries’ priorities and needs in accordance with the model called “Turkish-type Development Cooperation Model”. TİKA implements this model in a wide ...

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Challenge conventional thinking about how much lawn you need for recreation

Exchanging “non-native” trees and shrubs for equally or more beautiful “native” trees will provide sources of food and habitat for native insects and birds that are essential to our survival. The late great humanist, biologist, environmental theorist, author and philosopher EO Wilson wrote: “If all mankind were to disappear, the world would regenerate itself to the rich state of balance ...

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The Best Windows Backup Software

We need backup software for our PCs because our storage drives won’t last forever. The backup software ensures that we are covered the day our primary drive shuts down and dies. It would be nice if Microsoft itself provided Windows users with something like Apple’s Time Machine: an efficient total system backup and recovery solution that requires little user interaction ...

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Buffalo Sabers Mascot Sabretooth, History, Reception

All the fun facts, history and trivia you need to know about the Buffalo Sabers mascot The Buffalo Sabers mascot, Sabretooth, is arguably the most physically imposing of the NHL’s 30 mascots (only the new Seattle Kraken and New York Rangers lack it). The seven-foot-tall, 242-pound saber-toothed tiger has made a living watching the enforcers and opposing crushers he eclipses ...

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2022 Black History Month programming on television

February is Black History Month, and new content celebrating Black stories in TV and film is on the way. During Black History Month, many channels will air specials and non-fiction programs that highlight black leaders in politics, entertainment and social justice. PBS will premiere specials about civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer and singer Marian Anderson, while Starz will premiere ...

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Special file – “Dangerous” or “effective” treatment?

China insists TCM has proven effective in fighting pandemic, but some warn of lack of scientific evidence Macau Business | January 2022 | Special report | Traditional Chinese Medicine – Breathe New Life Although it is not known if anyone has been cured of COVID-19 using traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) alone, over the past year and a half dozens of ...

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Built to Spill’s ‘Perfect From Now On’: Still Flawless at 25

Recording an album several times is rarely a good sign. Usually something like this is associated with artists who sell mega-sellers, your Mac Fleetwoods and such, and certainly not dead-in-the-wool indie rockers. But that’s what happened when Built to overflow debuted on a major label. Bandleader and guitar god Doug Martsch had tried recording it alone with drummer Peter Lansdowne ...

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