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Prognostication is Free

The complete human genome opens the possibility for extensive disease research and potential cures and tackles heretofore broad category studies related to aging.
 
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The complete human genome opens the possibility for extensive disease research and potential cures and tackles heretofore broad category studies related to aging.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome to Gattaca! ;-)
 
C'mon Edmonton -- seriously -- let's get in the game before we end up last to the dance.
and the change is coming through governing agencies.
This is along with Eviation Alice are the two electric projects i'm most excited for. Along with the bullet shaped
and its larger variants...
 
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keeping in mind of course that, unlike ice vehicles, electric vehicles are most likely to be recharged overnight at home or at work or at "courtesy stations" at shopping centres and restaurants etc., not at charging stations. which means the same number of electric vehicles shouldn't require anywhere near the same number of charging stations that ice vehicles require gas stations.

even the linked article noted that the ratio of personal vs public charging stations is more than 23 to 1 and most public stations will need to be offering more than a single station per location.
 
From the Post... Edmonton should consider biting into this.
Wealthy businesspeople in Hong Kong and China are contemplating fleeing to Canada. David Lesperance, an immigration lawyer who specializes in helping out the ultra-rich, says that the secret trial of Chinese-Canadian billionaire Xiao Jianhua has people worried they could be next. Some of the rich men and women in the region, Lesperance said, are thinking about getting out, and the number of people contacting his office for help has tripled in recent years. Canada's only one destination for the ultra-rich fleeing repression, whether from China or elsewhere, and Lesperance believes Canada should do more to attract these wealthy immigrants, and the money they could contribute to the economy. “These are clients who realize the chances of getting caught have increased dramatically — to not a will but a when question,” said Lesperance.
 

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