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OTTAWA — The last of Canada’s COVID-19 border restrictions will disappear at the end of this month with the expiry of a cabinet order affecting mandatory vaccinations, testing and quarantine of international travellers.
That expiry also spells the end of insisting travellers use the
H ave you ever sent a text or shared something online that you immediately regretted? Most of us have.
Facing the ramifications of saying something thoughtless, reckless, or rash can be a daunting prospect for anyone who frequently communicates by typing out messages and then flinging th
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Coding across the telegraph networks, even though in its infancy was also seeing a change. In Hamburg, 1848, Friedrich Clemens Gerke studied Morse Code and manipulating it he had made it easier to understand. His innovation
Of course, we all know that capacitors are conceptually two conductors separated by a dielectric of some sort. But outside of air-variable capacitors you normally don’t see them looking like that. For example, a film capacitor has its plates rolled up in a coil with an insulating film in
In the most precise experiment to date, researchers confirm a principle of Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity
As the story goes, Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei ascended the Leaning Tower of Pisa in the 16th century to drop two spheres of different masses at the same time—pro
European Space Agency’s Hera aims to arrive at Dimorphos in 2026 to measure the exact impact DART had on the moonlet asteroid.
After NASA deliberately smashes a car-sized spacecraft into an asteroid next week, it will be up to the European Space Agency’s Hera mission to investigate t
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Amateur radio operators from Indiana District 2’s emergency communications teams will hold a Simulated Emergency Training (SET) exercise called “Operation Rainfall 22A,” on Saturday, October 1, 2022.
This exercise is based on a simulated district wide weather-related supercell gene
massive heat pumps that consume too much electricity. The majority of the city’s buildings are heated by the district heating system, which is fed by waste heat from industrial plants, wastewater treatment facilities, data centers, and soon an electrical transformer station, as well as e