If Y2K was a challenge, wait until you learn of Year 2038

If Y2K was a challenge, wait until you learn of Year 2038

Nir Oren Aberdeen, Scotland, January 3, 2020 It is not hard to find echoes of the late 1990s in the zeitgeist. Now, as then, impeachment is on many peoples’ minds, and films such as The Matrix and The Sixth Sense continue to influence culture. Another feature of the same era that perhaps has a more important, if subtler, influence is the infamous Y2K bug. The Y2K…

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National Party recommends $3 million a year for fire research

National Party recommends $3 million a year for fire research

Wellington, January 3, 2020 The bushfires ravaging Australia are a sobering illustration of why New Zealand’s life-saving research into rural fires needs consistent Government funding. Crown Research Institute Scion is involved in fire-spread research that could transform how wildfires are fought. It is time the Government properly supported this life-saving work in which New Zealand could lead the world. A…

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CAA Speech: Sadhguru misses facts, history and law

CAA Speech: Sadhguru misses facts, history and law

Rajshree Chandra New Delhi, January 3, 2020 I heard Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev’s talk on the Citizenship (Amendment) Act. I did wonder why a gathering would come to a spiritual guru to seek information and clarification on political matters like the CAA. A curious exception I also wondered why someone who admitted to knowing so little about the Act chose to expound…

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