Vinales “still dealing with his inner demons”, says Yamaha MotoGP boss

Jan 6, 2023

Read Time:2 Minute, 19 Second Vinales joined Yamaha back in 2017 having spent his first two years in MotoGP with Suzuki, but struggled with inconsistent form for the duration of his stay with the team – winning just eight times between 2017 and 2021. The Spaniard won the opening round of the 2021 campaign in Qatar in convincing fashion, but the relationship between Vinales and Yamaha soured across the first half of the season. Qualifying 21st and finishing 19th in Germany in June, Vina ...read more

Deposed Hamilton faces sanction for boycott

Jan 6, 2023

Lewis Hamilton is facing punishment for his no-show at the International Automobile Federation's year-ending gala in Paris, the new FIA head Mohammed Ben Sulayem says. The 60-year-old replaced Jean Todt as president this week and was immediately bombarded by questions on whether Hamilton had broken FIA rules by not attending. "It's easy to be nice to people. And it is cheap to be nice. And it's also to motivate people. But definitely, if there is any breach, there is no forgiveness in this," sa ...read more

The Rockettes Christmas shows are canceled for the remainder of the season due to groundbreaking cases of Covid.

Jan 6, 2023

After canceling all four Friday performances of Radio City Music Hall’s Sustainable Christmas show featuring the Rockettes due to groundbreaking coronavirus cases at the business, the show’s producers announced Friday night that they would end this season’s run entirely on “the growing challenges of the pandemic”.The show, “Christmas show featuring the Radio City Rockettes”, was scheduled to run until January 2 with several performances each day. But it ...read more

Men more likely to die of COVID than women, data shows

Jan 6, 2023

Men make up a disproportionately large share of U.S. COVID-19 deaths, accounting for 54.4 percent of fatal virus cases, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data. The sex split is even starker in New York City, where men make of 57.5 percent of COVID-19 deaths, according the city Department of Health. This despite men comprising only 49.3 percent of the U.S. population and just 47.7 percent of national COVID-19 cases, according to the CDC. Some experts att ...read more

Do we need COVID-19 booster jabs? How is quantum mechanics weird and not weird? Find out in ScienceSeeker's picks of the best posts for the week of August 23-29 2021 #SciSeekPicks #SciComm.

Jan 6, 2023

In this week's edition of the best and brightest from science news around the world, discover whether the protective bubble Ryan Reynolds uses in the film 'Free Guy' would really work and hear about new Alzheimers' disease findings. ScienceSeeker editors' favourite posts within their respective areas of interest and expertise also cover many other important and exciting topics. Why not have a read, inform yourself, and indulge your scientific curiosity?Would the 'Free Guy' Inflatable Bubble Prot ...read more

Preparation and Uses of Hydrogen Peroxide

Jan 6, 2023

Hydrogen peroxide is one of the hydrides formed by the combination of hydrogen with oxygen. The other hydride is water. Hydrogen peroxide was first prepared by Thenard by the action of dilute tetraoxosulphate(VI) acid on barium peroxide. He found out that H2O2 contained more oxygen molecule than water, H2O and this discovery prompted him to call it oxygenated water. This liquid  occurs in trace amounts in nature. It occurs in dews and in air. It also occurs in water that has been exposed to ...read more

RBC Signals teams up with Inmarsat to boost Internet of Things connectivity

Jan 6, 2023

An artist’s conception shows Inmarsat’s Global Xpress network in action. (Inmarsat via YouTube) Redmond-based RBC Signals has made a strategic agreement with one of the world’s biggest satellite operators, Inmarsat, to put more networking firepower into its range of Internet of Things applications for enterprise customers. The agreement, announced today in conjunction with the World Satellite Business Week conference in Paris, pairs Inmarsat’s worldwide ELERA and Global Xpress satel ...read more

Best tech gifts for remote workers: Work from home upgrades

Jan 6, 2023

$230 at Samsung $80 at Logitech $199 at Nanoleaf $80 at Logitech $99 at Walmart Show More (10 items) Working from home, or at the very least, remotely, is here to stay. For those friends, loved ones or coworkers who've been putting off updating their home office, it's time to help them get settled in for the long haul.   From upgrades to their computer's sound system, to interactive wall decorations that can be used for work and p ...read more

What Does Skin Allergy Look Like? [ & 5 Tips to Get Rid of It ]

Jan 6, 2023

This article is medically reviewed on August 20, 2020 by: Personalize this article! Select the topics you want to read about! Read the whole article What are the symptoms of skin allergy? What does skin allergy look like? How to get rid of skin allergy? Even though children are more predisposed to skin allergies than adults (as their skin barrier is not fully developed), various types of skin allergies affect a large number of adults every year. In fact, being predisposed ...read more

Toni Storm to challenge Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women’s Title on Christmas Eve

Jan 6, 2023

12/17 Powell’s WWE Friday Night Smackdown audio review: Roman Reigns fires Paul Heyman, Sasha Banks and Toni Storm vs. Charlotte Flair and Shotzi, The Usos vs. New Day in a non-title match, Ridge Holland vs. Cesaro, The Viking Raiders vs. Jinder Mahal and Shanky, Naomi vs. Shayna Baszler – Pro Wrestling Dot Net Jason Powell reviews WWE Smackdown featuring the return of Roman Reigns, Sasha Banks and Toni Storm vs. Charlotte Flair and Shotzi, and more… 5 HOURS AGO • PROWRESTLING.NET ...read more

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