The Jump

19 Apr 19
RealityInfo/BecksBlog

Governor Simon Bako Lalong of Plateau state said Thursday the state government would rebuild the abandoned Jos Terminus Market in order to generate enough revenue to pay the new minimum wage approved by President Muhammadu Buhari. The governor said this while fielding questions from State House correspondents after close-door meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari at […]

19 Apr 19
Adam's little trip to Santiago doing the el Camino

I still have moments of severe anxiety, not many, but every once in a while it creeps and jumps on me out of nowhere, here I am sat at the side of the Road thinking…….. And one part of me knowing the truth, and the other thinking that its all fiction and the fact that […]

18 Apr 19
From Between My Ears

Emmalynne and I make it to geometry just as the bell is ringing. We enter the room to find Ezra sulking and Colin looking nervously toward the door awaiting our arrival. “Where have you two been,” he asks wagging his eyebrows suggestively. “Don’t catch a beating on the first day of school Colin,” she answers […]

19 Apr 19
Jul Games

[ARgame game=”4616″] Features • 20 awesome levels • Multiple weapon to use Controls • WASD to move • Space to jump • Q to roll • E or 1 to change weapon • Left mouse click to shoot • Right mouse click to aim • Tab to toggle pause

19 Apr 19
Boston Herald
By ELLEN KNICKMEYER and SETH BORENSTEIN WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans burned a record amount of energy in 2018, with a 10% jump in consumption from booming natural gas helping to lead the way, the U.S. Energy Information Administration says. Overall consumption of all kinds of fuels rose 4% year on year, the largest such increase in eight years, a report this week from the agency said. Fossil fuels in all accounted for 80% of Americans’ energy use. That’s despite increasingly urgent warnings from scientists that humans are running out of time to stave off the harshest effects of climate change by cutting greenhouse gas emissions from consuming coal, oil and natural gas. A 2018 National Climate Assessment involving scientists from 13 government agencies and outside experts warned that climate change already “presents growing challenges to human health and quality of life, the economy, and the natural systems that support us.” Last month was the second hottest March globally on record with an average temperature of 56.8 (13.8 degrees Celsius), nearly 2 degrees warmer than the 20th century average, behind only March 2016, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Alaska had its warmest March by far, nearly 16 degrees above normal and 3.7 degrees warmer than the previous record set in 1965. “Globally, the long-term pattern, of which March 2019 is an exclamation point … is almost entirely related to increased greenhouse gases,” said Deke Arndt, climate monitoring chief for NOAA’s National Center for Environmental Information. This week’s report says the 2018 weather led Americans to turn on their furnaces and air conditioners more often. With the U.S. shale oil and gas boom helping make natural gas increasingly affordable, and with more power plants running on natural gas, natural gas consumption by the national electrical grid rose 15% from 2017, the energy information agency said. Renewable energy consumption also hit a record high, led by a 22% jump in the use of solar power, the agency said. Chris Field, a climate scientist and director of the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, says the EIA’s breakdown of last year’s energy use shows the U.S. has abundant fuel — but lacks the kind of policy levers that would make sure it’s clean renewable fuels that Americans burn as energy demand rises. “Renewables are increasingly rapidly, but not as rapidly as necessary to drive down total emissions,” Field said. Coal consumption fell for a fifth straight year nationally, flailing in market competition against natural gas and renewables despite pledges from Donald Trump, as a candidate and then as president, to bring back the coal industry and coal jobs. The Trump administration has played down the peril from climate change. Environmental Protection Agency chief Andrew Wheeler said last month that “most of the threats from climate change are 50 to 75 years out.” Trump and his government have encouraged increased oil, gas and coal development in the country overall, saying they want the U.S. to be independent and globally dominant in energy production.
19 Apr 19
AFROINSIDER

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19 Apr 19
Galley Pirates

The thing about Easter is it’s always still a little chilly — spring, no doubt, but not necessarily warm.  Pirate Kristin grew up in Boston where you wore wooly tights under your frilly Easter dress, and not infrequently “got lucky” … colored eggs are easier to spot in the snow.  Even down here in the […]

19 Apr 19
P.M. News

Oluwagbenga Oyebanji The cover of Time magazine May 30, 1983, “The New Economy”, described the transition from manufacturing industries economy to technology/service based economy. The new economy has three strong components, idea, information, and communication. According to Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft,” The first rule of any technology used in a business is that […]

19 Apr 19
Miketendo64! By Gamers, For Gamers

X.D. Network are pleased to announce that their music rhythm game Muse Dash will be releasing on Nintendo Switch and PC June 2019. Muse Dash features over 80 songs to learn and master. Three heroines to choose from and free DLC when available for the Nintendo Switch version. You can check out the official announcement […]

19 Apr 19
Rhyia's Rucksack

With only three days to explore the island of Malta, I think it’s safe to say Ben and I smashed it! Our first two days consisted of complete fear and adrenaline, courtesy of ‘MC Adventure’. The last was spent wondering through the beautiful city of Valletta, enchanting us so much that we considered to never […]

19 Apr 19
www.fivestardiary.com

– Nigerian media personality and model, Denrele Edun has taken to social media to share some of the challenges he faced in the fashion industry – According to his post, his breakthrough in the industry didn’t come easy as he didn’t possess the physical qualities of a model most designers wanted to work with – […]

19 Apr 19
The Confluence

If this was a fair world, the answer would be crystal clear. We have never had a president who is more corrupt or willing to violate the constitution. If any other president had done 1/20th of what Trump has done, he would have been impeached after yesterday’s report. And yet, the House of Representatives still […]

19 Apr 19
gettingrealstayingreal

Angry? Them Extinction Rebellion protestors don’t know the meaning of the word. What happens if I have an accidental self-supergluing incident at home? What if while attempting to build an Airfix model of a Harrier Jump Jet (as I regularly do of an evening), I accidently superglue my hand to my fridge freezer? When I […]

19 Apr 19
my blog

The weather has turned in the last few days and these are the first runs of the year when it is actually hot. I’d guess it has been mid-20s both days. It’s absolutely beautiful (especially as the hay fever season has not kicked in yet, when I get painful red rashes for even brushing against […]

19 Apr 19
FortNite FTW

Can anyone help me find some good keybinds for Shotgun + Smg I feel switching to shotgun to smg and back is way too slow with my currant keybinds. The difficulty just encourages to spray my smg, after using my shotgun. Rather than switch back like I should. ​ I like all my other keybinds, […]

19 Apr 19
Astrology Gains

The business may be thanks to considering the name and plan of your business from a subject field perspective. will your businesses variety show that you just can have success or can there be nice hardships ahead?. except for my regular discipline prediction on health, career, and love this one is incredibly completely different and […]

19 Apr 19
Russia News Now

As Britain staggers from crisis to crisis, with the Brexit debacle rending the country apart, with its prisons in a “disgraceful” state, a knife crime epidemic, and the doctors of its Health Service at “breaking point” it might be imagined that the government would avoid playing futile military games and concentrate on trying to run the country.  But national […]