ESA Astronaut Thomas Pesquet Capturing Amazing Lights From Space

MY KENDAL – Astronaut European Space Agency (THIS) Thomas Pesquet, who was on a mission aboard the International Space Station (ISS) managed to capture the amazing moment. Astronaut THIS Thomas Pesquet managed to capture the moment where the ribbon light smooth orange and green that stretched across Earth’s atmosphere while he was on the dome […]

MARKETS USA / Nasdaq indices start with record highs

DJ MARKETS USA / Nasdaq indices start with record highs – Jackson Hole in view NEW YORK (Dow Jones) – Wall Street started trading on Tuesday with moderate gains. The Nasdaq indices may have marked new all-time highs shortly after the starting bell, but there is a general degree of reluctance ahead of the central […]

Housing prices in Leipzig more than doubled in 5 years, Berlin with a plus of 75 percent

Nuremberg (ots) – A 5-year comparison of the asking prices for condominiums in 77 major German cities by immowelt shows: – Leipzig with the strongest increase since 2016: Purchase prices have increased by 123 percent to currently 2,950 euros per square meter– Expensive metropolises with strong increases: Munich (+50 percent), Hamburg (+64 percent) and Berlin […]

POINT OF VIEW. Climate: the quadrature of the IPCC

It is against a background of serious climate change that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published its new forecasts on Monday, August 9: catastrophic floods in China, Germany, Belgium, uncontrollable fires in Greece, in Turkey, heat dome and impressive fires in Canada, etc. In November, Cop 26 will meet in Glasgow, Scotland. The […]

POINT OF VIEW. Vaccines, the law of the strongest

About ten days ago, the Financial Times taught us the rise in the price of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines invoiced to the European Union in the last contracts concluded. This announcement rekindled the controversy over the role played by pharmaceutical laboratories and fueled suspicions beyond the “antivax” camp: “It’s a big deal, Big Pharma put […]

POINT OF VIEW. The Irish Brexit trap

The British Conservatives had not imagined that Ireland would be the main source of their difficulties with the European Union after Brexit. Of course, they never really cared about “the island next door”. It is to a Labor Prime Minister, Tony Blair, that we owe the peace accords of 1998 after thirty years of civil […]

POINT OF VIEW. Climate: the quadrature of the IPCC

It is against a background of serious climate change that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published its new forecasts on Monday, August 9: catastrophic floods in China, Germany, Belgium, uncontrollable fires in Greece, in Turkey, heat dome and impressive fires in Canada, etc. In November, Cop 26 will meet in Glasgow, Scotland. The […]

POINT OF VIEW. “Regional elections: what clarity for our territories? “

The record abstention in the first round of departmental and regional elections interrogates. Its reasons are undoubtedly multiple. The desire to escape following the reduction in health protection measures, the failures in the routing of professions of faith, could have contributed to diverting the ballot boxes. Less cyclical reasons have also certainly played a role: […]