I'm disappointed, I'm not worried , commenting on the long Finnish shipyards led to the mountain councillor Martin island fabric evening newspaper Viking Line's decision to acquire a new passenger ship from China.a Retired island the fabric does not want to comment on the trade in more detail, because not know its details.I don't know if that was the reason for the price or that in finland, the delivery time was too long , he said to the press.the island fabric remind you that this is not the first time.Viking Line acquired in the 1970s, the ships of the Split shipyards of the then Yugoslavia.Silja Line's ships were made in Finland and Viking Line didn't want to, that their ship was made in the same shipyard.
You're on an island, completely alone, and it's a beautiful day.There are structures all over the island that appear to be human-made.But often, they're in sets:Everything I've just described about "The Witness," a new PlayStation 4 and PC exclusive game from acclaimed game developer Jonathan Blow and his team at Thekla, Inc., is factually accurate on paper.Factually accurate, yes, but not anywhere near as fascinating as the game itself.You walk around, unable to do anything more than walk, look, and activate a puzzle solution mechanism — pressing the X button the PlayStation 4 controller freezes your character in place and presents him with a white dot you can move around the screen.
The Pacific island of Tokelau reigned supreme.In 2017, its superiority has yet to fade.The number of .tk websites may have dropped from 31 million to 18 million, but the four square miles of land in New Zealand still has more domain registrations than almost any other nation or territory in the world.Tokelau is barely visible on standard world maps, but here it becomes a huge area in the southern Pacific.China, the world's most populous nation, is now first on the list with more than 20 million registered domains on .cn, followed by Germany (16 million on .de), United Kingdom (10.6 million for .uk and .co.uk) and Tokelau (18 million for .tk).Guinea Bissau (.gw), with just two.
the Typhoon or tropical cyclones caused crop damage have pushed the potato chip prices skyrocketed in Japan, media report.the Popular japanese potato chip prices have even gone up sixfold online store sites after the large japanese snack-products, manufacturers Calbee and Koike-Ya announced he was quitting temporarily for many popular potato chip product sales.Notifications in the background is a potato shortage, which is due to the fact that the Japanese potato harvest missed a lot of the usual smaller typhoon of the damage caused due.japan's northern main islands, namely Hokkaido struck last August, four of the typhoon.the Island is Japan's most important potato production areas, and the typhoon-induced flood reduction in the potato crop significantly.the News agency Bloomberg according to the popular potato chip flavors sales cessation of the led chips hoarding goods, which has been reflected in the empty hyllyinä supermarkets.
On Seymour Island researchers made the discovery of the prehistoric bird. With the wings fully extended bird had a wing span of 6.4 meters, the largest so far discovered. The bird belongs to a family of bentandade birds, Pelagornithidae. - The shape of the wings they allowed to slide and move long distances over oceans, says researcher Marcos Cenizo. The findings presented in the Journal of Paleontology. Get the news you're going to talk about in your Facebook feed - like Metro Sweden
The baby's mother was diagnosed with the Zika virus during pregnancyThe Zika virus, which has mainly affected areas of central and South America, may spread to Europe this summer, the World Health Organisation WHO has warned."We call particularly on countries at higher risk to strengthen their national capacities and prioritise the activities that will prevent a large Zika outbreak."The assessment took into consideration two factors: the likelihood of the virus spreading and the "existing national capacity to prevent or contain local transmission".Countries and areas at highest risk included Russia, Georgia and the Portuguese island of Madeira.WHO recommended a number of preventative measures to countries at high risk, including strengthening activities to prevent the spread of mosquitos, equipping health professionals to detect transmission of Zika and to ensure that communities "reduce mosquito breeding sites"."We stand ready to support European countries on the ground in case of Zika outbreaks," said Nedret Emiroglu, Director of the Communicable Diseases and Health Security Division, WHO Regional Office for Europe.
Kathy RainClifftop Games3.5/5 starsNostalgia s a funny thing, and armed with the right tools, those infected by its bug for decades on end can turn out some amazing results.Case in point: this new breed of indie adventure games, heavily inspired by the Sierra and LucasArts point-and-click games of yesteryear, when Monkey Island, King s Quest and others dominated our boxy old PC monitors.The biggest inspiration here is David Lynch s cult TV show Twin Peaks: that reveals itself most obviously in the standard set of almost all two-dimensional characters – the forced detective, the gruff sheriff, the mysterious priest – but goes even deeper as things take a turn for the supernatural as the story progresses.And there s where Kathy Rain particularly separates itself from its forefathers: here s a tale where things actually happen, where characters grow and the story evolves.It s a more involving journey than Indiana Jones search for some random artefact or Guybrush Threepwood s endless rescuing of the governess, but it s still not without its flaws.Nostalgia for the 90s is strong these days, and Kathy Rain channels that trend to the best of its possible abilities – almost too well at times, in fact.
Most at risk are tourist island of Madeira and Georgia and the Black Sea coast. That is, the regions where the mosquito - Aedes aegypti - which spreads the virus there. WHO is worried, however, that many more countries may suffer as a completely different myggart - Aedes albopictus - has also been identified as a potential virus carriers. In the United States as far north as New York and there is nothing to say that it would not be able to come to Sweden, says Anders Lindström, entomologist and insect expert at the Swedish Veterinary Institute SVA The risk of zikaviruset will gain a foothold in Sweden because of this mosquito, he assesses to be small. - Although Aedes albopictus come here it will be probably no large populations, since it requires fairly high temperatures for a long time to be able to multiply in large quantities, says Anders Lindström. Right now, South and Central America hard hit by zikaviruset.
Portsmouthwebcam.comIn the early morning of Tuesday 17 May the city of Portsmouth, New Hampshire was treated to a particularly impressive light show courtesy of an absolutely enormous fireball.The meteor, which appears to have burnt up in the atmosphere, briefly turned night into day as it streaked over the city.Spotted at around one in the morning, the blinding flash was spotted all around the Northwest by witnesses in Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New York and even Quebec.While many were simply woken by the light, others claim they heard and felt a sonic boom suggesting that a meteorite may have broken through the atmosphere.Normally meteors simply burn up on entry, however particularly large objects can break through and crash down to the surface.The American Meteor Society claims to have had over 690 reports about the incident suggesting that this wasn t your average fireball.
On Monday, it also gave us the gift of life, when Kali Kanongata a of Carmichael, California used it to broadcast the birth of his child.Only, according to Kanongata a, he didn t realize the video—which now has over 210,000 views—was public.He told People that he s from the island of Tonga, and he wasn t too worried about hiding anything because our culture has done this public births for thousands of years.It s questionable whether or not everyone who uses Facebook Live knows their broadcast could be public, and as Gizmodo has previously pointed out, there s even a world map that provides a very easy way into these public broadcasts.Chances are you will.Disclosure: Facebook has launched a program that pays publishers, including the New York Times and Buzzfeed, to produce videos for its Facebook Live tool.
MusicianThe Canadian crooner has followed the path of countrymen Justin Bieber and Drake, parlaying a rabid online fan base into a major label record deal—and a spot on our list.Fellow 30 Under 30 2016 honoree Andrew Gertler, founder of management company AG Artists, recognized his talent, became his manager and got him a deal with Island Records.1 on the charts in the U.S., Canada and Norway thanks in part to hit single Stitches.He spent the summer opening for Taylor Swift in preparation of a headlining tour of his own.Seriously, I m 17 … the way I keep myself sane is by thinking of it as fun.Photo:
For investors in Taiwan s $841 billion stock market, Tim Cook matters more than Tsai Ing-wen.While the ascension of independence-leaning Tsai to the presidency on Friday has sparked concern relations with China will deteriorate, JPMorgan Asset Management and BlackRock Inc. say the bigger risk is the slowdown in the global smartphone business.Apple reported its first quarterly sales decline in 13 years, with Chief Executive Officer Cook acknowledging on April 26 that -- nine years after the iPhone s game-changing debut -- the market had stopped growing.Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. and Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. both reported falling profit last quarter.Investor confidence in Taiwan s stock market reflects "export demand, and by far the dominant export demand factor is electronics and Apple in particular," said Howard Wang, Hong Kong-based head of greater China for JPMorgan Asset Management, which managed $1.7 trillion as of March 31.Pegatron Corp., which assembles iPhones, missed profit expectations and said April sales dived 16 percent.TSMC, one of the largest manufacturers of the application processors that are a mobile device s brains --- cut its 2016 smartphone demand forecast in April.In March, Chinese President Xi Jinping vowed to "resolutely contain Taiwan independence secessionist activities in any form," a warning to Tsai s incoming government.The Communist Party considers the island a province, even though it has been governed separately for more than 66 years, and reserves the right to use force to prevent it from moving toward formal independence."Taiwan having a government that s uninterested in unification with China is nothing new," Chou said, referring to two former presidents who leaned toward independence.She will focus on economic and social issues."
Get your sea captain's hat and harpoon at the ready, Far Harbor is the latest and biggest DLC in the Fallout 4 universe and it's ready to play today.Bethesda released the add-on at midnight and it's looking like the island adds a huge area to explore, with new weapons, armour, monsters and quests to fill out.To get started, download the DLC separately, then go to the Fallout 4 add-on menu to check it's there.Load up the game, and as long as you've done a Nick Valentine quest 'Getting a clue', you'll be able to receive the pipboy notification that'll start you off.Watch lead developers talk us through what to expect, here:We attempted to re-create some of our favourite movie robots in Fallout 4 Automatron
On Monday, it also gave us the gift of life, when Kali Kanongata a of Carmichael, California used it to broadcast the birth of his child.Only, according to Kanongata a, he didn t realise the video—which now has over 210,000 views—was public.I thought it was just going to my family and friends!He told People that he s from the island of Tonga, and he wasn t too worried about hiding anything because our culture has done this public births for thousands of years.It s questionable whether or not everyone who uses Facebook Live knows their broadcast could be public, and as Gizmodo has previously pointed out, there s even a world map that provides a very easy way into these public broadcasts.Chances are you will.
An EgyptAir Airbus A320 with 66 people on board has disappeared from radar above Egyptian airspace, somewhere above the eastern Mediterranean.The airline says that Flight MS804 left Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris on Wednesday at 23:09 local time and was scheduled to arrive in Cairo at around 03:00 local time.In March of this year, Seifedeen Mustafa used a fake bomb to hijack an EgyptAir flight.It s not yet clear what has happened to the airplane.However, AFP s Jean-Marc Mojon cites a Greek aviation source who says that the airplane crashed 130 nautical miles off the Greek island of Karpathos.We ll update this post throughout the morning as more details emerge.
An EgyptAir Airbus A320 with 66 people on board has disappeared from radar above Egyptian airspace, somewhere above the eastern Mediterranean.The airline says that Flight MS804 left Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris on Wednesday at 23:09 local time and was scheduled to arrive in Cairo at around 03:00 local time.In March of this year, Seifedeen Mustafa used a fake bomb to hijack an EgyptAir flight.However, AFP s Jean-Marc Mojon cites a Greek aviation source who says that the airplane crashed 130 nautical miles off the Greek island of Karpathos.We ll update this post throughout the morning as more details emerge.Update: The Guardian reports that Greek defence sources tell it that the aircraft was seen to behave erratically during a two minute period, between 03:27 to 03:29 local time:It was in this two minute period when the plane made a 90 degree swerve left and dropped from 37,000 feet to 15,000 feet before swerving 60 degrees right and vanishing at 10,000 feet ten to 15 miles inside Egyptian air space.
On Monday, it also gave us the gift of life, when Kali Kanongata a of Carmichael, California used it to broadcast the birth of his child.Only, according to Kanongata a, he didn t realise the video—which now has over 210,000 views—was public.I thought it was just going to my family and friends!He told People that he s from the island of Tonga, and he wasn t too worried about hiding anything because our culture has done this public births for thousands of years.It s questionable whether or not everyone who uses Facebook Live knows their broadcast could be public, and as Gizmodo has previously pointed out, there s even a world map that provides a very easy way into these public broadcasts.Chances are you will.
View photosMoreHttps%3a%2f%2fblueprint-api-production.s3.amazonaws.com%2fuploads%2fcard%2fimage%2f92981%2fap 298896331993SINGAPORE — Twitter is searching for a team of data scientists to be based in Singapore, in its first effort to create such a team outside of the U.S.Twitter's Linus Lee, who will be moving from Twitter's San Francisco headquarters to Singapore to head the team here, told Mashable the team will be between five and 10 strong, and will focus squarely on growing markets outside the U.S. — where 80% of the company's users now are.Lee, a Singaporean who left the island state 10 years ago for undergraduate studies at Stanford, was one of Twitter's early data science hires four years ago.In the time since he's joined, Twitter's data science teams have multiplied to encompass a business-focused team — that advises the finance side on trends — and other teams within engineering, although Lee wouldn't specify how many data scientists Twitter now has.The new Singapore team will also be steered in this direction, and will focus on how users in emerging markets with less capable devices on slower networks act on the network.Based on user bounce rates shown by the data, the Twitter app now adjusts for slow connections and downgrades images or videos, to help the user experience along, Lee said.The topic has been a pain in its side in recent years, and the firm has started to tinker more with the fundamental experience in hopes of jumpstarting a stalled user base.
The fireballs making surprise appearances in the sky have been happening in the U.S. lately though the ones that crop up in Russia are usually much more exciting , and the latest one happened this week.This fireball was very bright and moved fairly slow, making for some nice videos.The video below arguably shows it best, though it is from a surveillance camera at the Burlington International Airport, and so the video resolution is pretty low.The fireball appeared a bit before 1AM on May 17, with AMS saying most of the reports it received were from Maine.Here's a video from a police cruiser camera:AMS estimated the ground trajectory being in eastern Maine, but determines that based on the reports it gets.These two objects mean the meteor broke fairly significantly before making its way into the atmosphere.
Barrier Island and King's Island are the new summer trips to the island 20 minutes by boat from the Market Square, right in Finland castle next door. Plant Tours, a bat workshop and musical performances. What kind of new services to the islands is still permit this summer, and as they come available in? Excursion harbor has opened Torpedo Gulf. Barrier island allowed to move only on marked trails and overnight, digging and campfires are prohibited. What are the islands still being renovated for subsequent seasons?
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