You know climate change is real when reference begin sneaking into pop culture, with almost every television show and film speaking about how we, collectively, have destroyed the environment and how it might just be too late. The latest? A kind of Pokémon that is based on a dead coral and was wiped out due to sudden climate changes and global warming. If you're an avid fan of the game, you'll know about Corsola, a coral based Pokémon which first appeared in 1999. However, recently, the game released a Galarian version of the same Pokémon, and if things continue the way they are now, we might just end up with a similar fate. Unlike Corsola, who's pink in colour and has a smile on its face, the ghost version is pale and white and can be seen frowning. The description of the Pokemon says, “Sudden climate change wiped out this ancient kind of Corsola." Climate crisis is real, guys, and this is just one of the signs that our planet is dying. Apart from … [Read more...] about New ‘Ghost’ Pokémon Based on Dead Coral is Exactly Why Need to Care About Global Warming
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Rakshit Desai, Managing Director, FCM Travel Solutions India, Flight Centre Travel Group Australia’s Indian subsidiary, answers your questions on Travel — how-tos, trends, recommendations and more. Send in your questions to: [email protected] We are a family of three planning on visiting US and Canada for two months in mid-March. We would like to cover most of the places. Kindly suggest a suitable itinerary.Two months give you enough and more time to explore the length and breadth of these countries! In the US, I would recommend starting your journey from New York and continuing to Philadelphia, Washington DC & Niagara Falls on the East Coast. You can then move southwards to Orlando and Florida - home of Disney's Magic Kingdom while making a stop at the Kennedy Space Centre which is less than an hour away from Orlando. From Orlando I suggest you proceed to the West Coast and visit Las Vegas, Los Angeles and San Francisco. In these cities, you must visit the … [Read more...] about Ask the travel expert: How to plan a trip to Australia on a budget?
The teen, now 14, admitted in juvenile court to murdering 14-year-old Sylvia McGee, who was shot in the head in March just a block from her home in Canton, Ohio, according to People. The killer, who was not identified because of his age, believed the girl was pregnant with his child, prosecutors say — even though the autopsy showed she was not. “That is what I believe got this whole thing started,” Assistant Prosecutor Michelle Cordova said, noting McGee was not the boy’s girlfriend, the Canton Repository reported. Sylvia McGee was fatally shot in the head by a teenage boy who thought she was pregnant. Picture: GoFundMeSource:New York Post “There was no evidence of any other reason for this,” she said, without giving details of why he believed the girl was pregnant, the outlet reported. Stark County Prosecutor John Ferrero said the evidence all suggested the girl was shot execution-style. The killer accepted a plea agreement that brought an … [Read more...] about Teen girl murdered by boy who falsely thought she was pregnant
By Christopher Anstey The flip side of what’s been the third-worst month for American stocks in the postwar era is that prices are a whole lot cheaper than they were before the rout. While it may take a strong stomach to nibble at U.S. equities, they do offer the most attractive valuations since 2013, measured by the price-to-earnings ratio for the S&P 500 Index in data compiled by Bloomberg. At little more than 13 times the coming year’s estimated earnings, American stocks are also looking less of an outlier versus other advanced markets than earlier this year. “Relative to the stretched valuations we have seen for U.S. indices in 2017, the current levels certainly appear more attractive,” said Jingyi Pan, market strategist at IG Asia Pte. in Singapore. “That being said, just as markets overlooked the high valuations and focused on the growth potential through to the peak this year, the current lowered valuations alone do not make for buying … [Read more...] about Trump says buy the dip. And why not, at valuations like these?
Atlanta: The Democratic presidential debate opened Wednesday night with the candidates agreeing that President Donald Trump should be impeached. "The president broke the law again and again and again," Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren said in the event's opening minutes. Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar said Trump "puts his own private interests" ahead of the country's and "this is wrong." Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders called Trump "the most corrupt president in modern history" but added, "We cannot simply be consumed by Donald Trump" or the Democratic Party will lose the election. He said Democrats instead should focus on the needs of working people. Such broad agreement was unlikely to last, though. Pete Buttigieg's rise in the primary makes him a prime target as the four candidates now bunched at the top seek to distinguish themselves with less than three months until voting begins. The 37-year-old mayor of South Bend, Indiana, has gained significant ground in recent months in Iowa, … [Read more...] about ‘Most Corrupt President in Modern History’: At Debate, Democrats Agree Trump Must be Impeached