They informed, educated and entertained me; articles from the last few days. 175.

What has been preventing me from working diligently today.

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Many of my post links are from the USA. I find they are excellent at informing
me on so many subjects and are regularly ahead of the curve when it
comes to the particular topic of discussion.They frequently address a
subject that is highly relevant to the UK but has yet to be broached in
any meaningful form on this side of the Atlantic.

 

Brazil apps track gunfire as Rio de Janeiro violence spikes  Reuters

 

Italy’s Northern League dangles EU exit in election campaign  Reuters

 

NASA is bringing back Cold War-era atomic rockets in the race to get to Mars  Bloomberg

 

Chocolate is on track to go extinct in 40 years  WEF

 

Apocalypse now for Britain’s retailers as low wages and the web cause ruin  Guardian

 

Women who clean at home or work face increased lung function decline  Science Daily

 

“What do you do?” may be predicated to ones working life currently. As #AI takes more of an active roll in society “What do you do?” will be THE most appropriate opener. So please don’t ‘learn’ from the French. WEF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

They informed, educated and entertained me; articles from the last few days. 174.

What has been preventing me from working diligently today.

As usual, links do NOT equal endorsements or even views.

Many of my post links are from the USA. I find they are excellent at informing
me on so many subjects and are regularly ahead of the curve when it
comes to the particular topic of discussion.They frequently address a
subject that is highly relevant to the UK but has yet to be broached in
any meaningful form on this side of the Atlantic.

 

The insect ‘Armageddon’ is underway: Here’s what you need to know  WEF

 

Rising temperature may lead to smaller birds – Xinhua

 

Short seller who deepened Steinhoff drop finds target in Capitec  Bloomberg

 

Risk Assets in Danger Zone as Bull Feeding Time Is a Frenzy  Bloomberg

 

War at hyperspeed: Getting to grips with military robotics The Economist

 

We knew social media wasn’t representative, but these numbers are incredible – Number Cruncher Politics NCPoliticsUK

 

The Y chromosome is disappearing. What does it mean for men?  WEF

 

How flu’s endless mutation threatens people, birds, pigs.  Blooomberg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

They informed, educated and entertained me; articles from the last few days. 173

What has been preventing me from working diligently today.

As usual, links do NOT equal endorsements or even views.

Many of my post links are from the USA. I find they are excellent at informing
me on so many subjects and are regularly ahead of the curve when it
comes to the particular topic of discussion.They frequently address a
subject that is highly relevant to the UK but has yet to be broached in
any meaningful form on this side of the Atlantic.

 

Our 10 most popular CRISPR papers of 2017 Nature

 

Inside the world of Chinese bitcoin mining AJENews

 

Does cloud seeding really work? An experiment above Idaho suggests humans can turbocharge snowfall  Science Magazine

 

As a reminder;

Skating on thin ice: The thawing Arctic threatens an environmental catastrophe The Economist

 

Meet the vegans having better sex than you   1843 Magazine

 

Heart attack risk rises 6x in week post-flu: study YahooNews

 

“Injury prevention gets harder as you age. These methods help.” by Washington Post  Medium

 

 

 

They informed, educated and entertained me; articles from the last few days. 172

What has been preventing me from working diligently today.

As usual, links do NOT equal endorsements or even views.

Many of my post links are from the USA. I find they are excellent at informing
me on so many subjects and are regularly ahead of the curve when it
comes to the particular topic of discussion.They frequently address a
subject that is highly relevant to the UK but has yet to be broached in
any meaningful form on this side of the Atlantic.

 

Everyone Is Getting Hilariously Rich and You’re Not  NYT

 

Commentary: For euro reforms, growth is the enemy  Reuters

 

One of the biggest diamonds in history has just been dug up in southern Africa  National Post

 

We will treat cancer by making it ‘slim down’  Science Daily

 

YouTube Sets Stricter Requirements for Creator Partners in Response to Advertiser Concerns  Variety

 

This former military bunker in the Swiss mountains is keeping Bitcoin safe  WEF

 

Worst-case global warming scenarios not credible: study  FRANCE24

 

Hackers have walked off with about 14% of big digital currencies  Bloomberg

 

They informed, educated and entertained me; articles from the last few days. 171

What has been preventing me from working diligently today.

As usual, links do NOT equal endorsements or even views.

Many of my post links are from the USA. I find they are excellent at informing
me on so many subjects and are regularly ahead of the curve when it
comes to the particular topic of discussion.They frequently address a
subject that is highly relevant to the UK but has yet to be broached in
any meaningful form on this side of the Atlantic.

 

This vegetable-selling startup’s just been valued at $2.8 billion  Bloomberg

 

Does Brexit end not with a bang but a whimper?  Mainly Macro

 

How marine algae could help feed the world  WEF

 

Chocolate is on track to go extinct in 40 years  WEF

 

Scientists Discover Clean Water Ice Just Below Mars’ Surface WIRED

 

Renewables are about to become our cheapest form of energy  WIRED

 

A nation of knitters: how crafts became Britain’s fastest-growing creative industry  Telegraph

 

Digging the Dirt on Curlew Call Farm  Agricology