Guyana’s oil and gas sector: An ‘accident’ and a ‘zombie business’ shape its first decade

introductionLast week’s column concluded my rather lengthy revisit of the Buxton, BP proposal. This task started on Sunday, September 26 and took thirteen columns, which is much longer than I had originally planned. Therefore, except for very brief references to this topic in the future, I do not anticipate having …

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Weekend recap: Officials and health system respond as COVID-19 cases rise in Wisconsin

This week, the ongoing pandemic seemed to take another grim turn, as hospitals in Wisconsin had more patients with COVID-19 than at any other time during the pandemic. Given the unprecedented demand for health services, public authorities have taken additional measures this week. Gov. Tony Evers has called in the …

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Namdeo Dhasal and his irreplaceable grammar of social change

The anti-caste school of thought arises and evolves around a rejuvenating humanism. The radical anti-caste movement and its philosophy have greatly influenced other social movements in various ways. The Dalit Panther Movement (DPM) is the most popular among others. This movement and its members not only helped to fundamentally change …

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Catholic philosopher and author Alice Von Hildebrand dies at 98 – Eurasia Review

By Kate Olivera Catholic philosopher and longtime teacher Alice von Hildebrand died on January 14 at the age of 98. “With sadness mingled with joy, I write to share that our beloved friend and sister Alice von Hildebrand returned to the Lord at 12:25 p.m. this morning. She passed away …

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Meet Indian scientist Hashima Hasan, who helped launch NASA’s telescope

Dr. Hashima Hasan, an Indian-born scientist, played a key role in launching the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Webb Space Telescope. After graduation, she took the opportunity to work as a senior scientist at NASA headquarters in Washington DC. One of his important roles is as Assistant Program Scientist …

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Gene Editing Among Winter Classes for Freshmen and Sophomores at Salem Academy | Education

Salem Academy administrator Lossie Freeman led the effort to bring a team of female gene institute scientists to the Academy during a Salem calendar period known as “Jan Term “. It’s a two-week period in January that gives Salem students the opportunity to take short-term courses, serve in the community, …

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The Race War – Byline Times

Sian Norris and Heidi Siegmund Cuda look at what happened on January 6, 2021 at the United States Capitol and investigate how the insurgents’ white supremacist goals led to a far-right takeover education policy “This is America,” one man shouted into the camera during the January 6, 2021, attempted insurrection. …

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The green philosophy encouraged in BRI projects

An aerial view on October 29, 2021 of the Sirindhorn Dam floating solar farm in Ubon Ratchathani province, northeast Thailand. (Photo/Xinhua) In order to advance the development of the “Green Belt and Road” initiative, China has updated a guideline on environmental protection in overseas operations, with Chinese enterprises sticking to …

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Can a citizen lottery govern better than elected officials?

If you want to guess what Congress is going to do tomorrow, the last thing you need to do is ask the political philosophers and theorists of the academy. But if you want to know what Congress will be doing 50 years from now, seeing what ideas are circulating in …

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Does the CRT make white students feel bad? Try to be a black student

Patrick remembers the horror he felt as a little kid entering a suburban school district. He took the bus to school at the start of the school year with an armed law enforcement officer standing near his seat. He often fixed the firearm in the officer’s holster. Through his window, …

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