Cirque Du Soleil’s LUZIA to make European debut at London’s  Royal Albert Hall- 15 January 2020

Cirque Du Soleil’s LUZIA to make European debut at London’s Royal Albert Hall- 15 January 2020

Cirque du Soleil , marking 30th anniversary in UK, returns to London’s Royal Albert Hall on 15 January 2020 with its production LUZIA, a waking dream of Mexico. Never before seen in the UK, or anywhere else in Europe, UK fans can be the first to see one of Cirque...

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Kew Orchid Festival 2020: Indonesia

Kew Orchid Festival 2020: Indonesia

Saturday 8 February – Sunday 8 March 2020 Kew’s first ever orchid festival themed on the country of Indonesia Dazzling displays inspired by Indonesia’s wildlife and plant diversity The festival will showcase Kew’s vital science work in Indonesia to protect biodiversity Indonesian music, dance and food during half term and...

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Robot wins debate about the dangers of artificial intelligence

Robot wins debate about the dangers of artificial intelligence

An artificial intelligence has debated the dangers of AI, narrowly convincing audience members that the technology will do more good than harm. Project Debater, a robot developed by IBM, spoke on both sides of the argument, with two human teammates for each side helping it out. Talking in a female...

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The UK’s Renewables Obligation

The UK’s Renewables Obligation

By Griffin Buch In May 2007, the government set a goal: cut 60% of carbon emissions by 2050 and source 20% of energy from renewable resources by 2020.   The government’s commitment to expanding the use of renewable energy is called the Renewables Obligation (RO). In 2018, the U.K. had...

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Naval Aviation, Art and Charity

Naval Aviation, Art and Charity

They came together Naval Officers, Pilots, Engineers, Industrialists, Designers, Ambassadors of Charity, Dignitaries, Guests and the celebrated Artist, Sherree Valentine Daines at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel, a few days before Remembrance Day to celebrate.   To celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the introduction into service of the Sea Harrier, at...

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The Terror by Dan Simmons

The Terror by Dan Simmons

 As the old bleakness of British winter links arms with the slightly newer bleakness of British politics, it can be hard to settle down to anything upbeat. As a result this long, strange tale of the icy extinguishing of Franklin’s doomed arctic expedition is an oddly appropriate winter read: reading...

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