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You can't resolve away climate change
My stance on climate change is clear: the scientific evidence that we’re getting warmer is overwhelming, and the most likely cause is that it’s human-produced. The first is fact, the second is a conclusion based on a lot of evidence. But it’s not.

UK Government Says Almost All Drones Will Now Need to Be Registered
The government of the UK said on Saturday all drones larger than 250 grams—slightly more than half a pound, for all you ignorant Americans—will need to be registered with the Department of Transport following a report by aviation authorities drones as.

DULY NOTED: Celebs Love Their Louboutins
the designer kicks it up a notch introducing us to spikes, studs, animal prints, beading and intricate stitching throughout the Spring/Summer 2012 line. Yet somehow, celebs are opting to keep it simple with their chosen favorite pair: the Un Bout 120 mm.

Etats-Unis: le chef de la CIA appelle Trump à “se discipliner” - Malijet - Actualité malienne (Communiqué de presse)
Dans un tweet dimanche après-midi, Donald Trump a exigé des excuses des médias. “Ces chefs du renseignement ont fait une erreur et, quand on fait une erreur, on doit S'EXCUSER”, a écrit le président élu, en reprenant cette déclaration sur Fox News du&nbsp.

Mike McCarthy Snaps At Reporter For Asking About Colin Kaepernick
The Packers’ quarterback situation is suddenly very dire. Aaron Rodgers is likely out for the season with a broken collarbone, and the team now has to start Brett Hundley, a former fifth-round pick with 44 career NFL pass attempts. Perhaps even more.

Does the PM really want refugees to love PNG?
An emerging economy with a strong future" boomed the Prime Minister, extolling PNG's "robust democracy" and pointing out that it's signed the UN Refugees Convention ... if they're resettled in largely Christian PNG. "They come with different mentalities.

The robot looking for love: Sony reveals plans to create an emotional droid that bonds with humans
It may be best known for Walkmans, Playstations and cameras, but Japanese electronics giant Sony has its sights set on robotics. The firm has revealed its plans to get back into robotics, a full decade since its last foray – in the form of robo-dog Aibo.