In fact, the plan was never to put it quite so close. Fermi and his boss Arthur Compton intended the first atomic pile to be built an hour away in Red Gate Woods, but industrial action by the builders put an end to that. Compton wrote in his memoirs that he and Fermi were confident the pile was safe, but "according to every rule of organizational protocol, I should have taken the matter to my superior." … [Read more...] about The unethical superhero: Why science in
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Of course, Marvel is capitalizing on the release of WandaVision with new, retro-inspired clothing that have the same throwback flair as the show’s first few episodes. With heavy influences from programs like I Love Lucy and Bewitched, this gives one of the MCU’s most famous couples that same style, but with a nod to their classic comic book superhero costumes. Keep an eye out for future merch as the two move through the decades—branded leg-warmers for the Eighties, perhaps? … [Read more...] about The Best Gifts For Marvel Fans
However, he (Adeyanju) tasked him on positive legislation that would promote export of marijuana as other countries are doing and making billions of Dollars, especially now government is making effort to in diversify the economy from oil to other revenue generating sectors. … [Read more...] about NDLEA: CSO expresses confidence in appointment of Gen Marwa in fight against drug abuse
“Both chairmen [of the Senate and House committees] are working together and interested in ensuring that the same rights users have in the physical world also apply in the virtual world,” Mark Jaycox, a policy analyst at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, told Ars. “Congress is finally listening to the courts and users, both of which agree that warrants should be needed for all private online messages—regardless of the age of the message.” … [Read more...] about Finally, Feds say cops’ access to your e-mail shouldn’t be time-dependent
The last Leonardo painting to be sold, Salvator Mundi, an image of Jesus, went for $450m (£356 million) to the Saudi royal, Prince Badr, in 2017. There is a suggestion that he bought the picture as a proxy for his fellow Saudi prince, Mohammed bin Salman. … [Read more...] about Cracking the code of Leonardo da Vinci’s £860million man: As it goes on show after a bitter international battle, HARRY MOUNT investigates what inspired it… and why is it worth so much?