Posts Tagged ‘science’
- Bloomberg notes Canadian-born Bank of England governor Mark Carney’s criticism of Brexit, looks at the continuing exodus of Somalis from their homeland, and looks at an unusual crisis with the creditors of Turkey’s central bank.
- CBC looks at the human cost of the one-child policy in China, reports on Maxine Bernier’s decision to run for the Conservative Party leadership, notes that many cell phones have their FM radio chips turned off, and looks at the undue criticism of Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau for wanting help.
- The Globe and Mail notes the lack of interest among Canadians in radically changing Canadian content rules.
- MacLean’s looks at Québec’s careful policy on the sharing economy and shares Kathryn Borel’s interview with Anne Kingston.
- National Geographic writes about the intelligence of birds.
- The National Post notes a Washington State mall’s decision to accept Canadian dollars on par on holiday weekends.
- Universe Today reports on a Japanese 3-D map of galaxies stretching billions of light years that confirms Einstein’s theory of relativity.
- The Verge notes the compelling postmodernist fictions written by Google’s AI.
- Wired reports about the genesis of Eurekalert.
Written by Randy McDonald
May 16, 2016 at 2:46 pm
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