by on June 18, 2022
Germans have been told to use less energy after Russia cut gas supplies through the key Nord Stream pipeline by 60 per cent over 'technical problems'.State-owned Gazprom announced on Tuesday that it was cutting gas flows through the undersea Nord Stream 1 pipeline to by 40 per cent, then, a day later, announced a further cut that brings the overall reduction to about 60 per cent.In both cases, it cited a technical problem, saying that Canadian sanctions over the war in prevented German partner...
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by on June 18, 2022
fans in Australia will have to fork out more money next season to follow their favourite competition after Optus Sports confirmed it would hike subscriptions prices.The broadcaster said on Sunday that from August 1 a monthly subscription will cost $24.99 a month, while a 12-month subscription will set fans back $199.By comparison, a monthly pass this season cost $14.99 with the annual fee coming in at $139, meaning the new plans will be 67 percent more expensive. Watching the Premier Lea...
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by on June 12, 2022
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by on June 12, 2022
For the first time, scientists have found a huge groundwater system below ice in Antarctica. The reservoir of groundwater - water held underground in the soil or كورة لايف in pores and crevices in rock - lies beneath the Whillans Ice Stream in West Antarctica, they say. Such groundwater systems are likely common in Antarctica and affect how the continent reacts to  - although researchers don't know exactly how. The discovery confirms what researchers had already suspected but had been unable to...
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