On a former cattle farm in the remote outback, scientists are laying the ground for the biggest science project of the next 20 years: a radio telescope capable of picking out something like an airport radar on a planet in another solar system. Turn on your phone at your peril, because preserving radio quiet here is priority number one
In "the most dangerous film ever made", writer/director/producer Noel Marshall stars in the film as a wildlife conservationist living in harmony with hundreds of wild animals. Over 70 of the cast and crew were injured including Jan De Bont, Tippi Hedren, and Melanie Griffith.
Preface. A few words about this book. Chapter 1: Introduction. How to navigate, notation, and a recap of some math that we think you already know. Chapter 2: Vectors. The concept of a vector is introduced, and we learn how to add and subtract vectors, and more. Chapter 3: The Dot Product ...
Is genetically engineered food dangerous? Many people seem to think it is. In the past five years, companies have submitted more than 27,000 products to the Non-GMO Project, which certifies goods that are free of genetically modified organisms. Last year, sales of such products nearly tripled. Whole Foods will soon...
Without GMOs, "big ag producers" have a bigger advantage since they're already vertically integrated. GMOs decrease the disparity between small and big producers, because the plants themselves carry the genes. Big ag producers already have economies of scale that let them purchase special equipment. Small farmers don't need special equipment for pest or drought resistance or soil tilling if that's already packaged in the seeds.
Just back from watching it. Given a magical director wand I probably would have pulled out a few words and gotten it down to a PG rating... It is really kid friendly, and in a particularly Disney touch, the mom plays a 'motivating' role. It was a bit muddled in places, but overall a ton of fun and the CGI really was amazing.
It seemed like the only practical effects shot involved Thomas.
PimpShuei is a rare and exceptional find: a secret underground bar featuring kung fu movies and video games. The owner is warm and friendly, the bartenders do bottle-juggling tricks, and there are occasional film screenings. There's a "double drinks for £1 extra" special on Mondays and a "freeplay video games all night" special on Wednesday.