Séamus Power’s patience and resilience pay off as he joins the ranks of golf’s elite – The Irish Times

A year ago, Seamus Power debuted at the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, a large, small, and unlimited-sized event that, until this year, was restricted to the previous year’s winners on the PGA Tour. Bauer’s ticket is sealed with his impressive victory in the Barbasol Championship in the summer of 2021, a low-wattage tournament … Read more

We should all flip the switch.

LANDOVER, MD – The Dallas Cowboys really didn’t have much to play for. The Philadelphia Eagles were minding business against the New York Giants, and had the NFC East crown — and top seed — poised to grab at the start of the day. The most disturbing thing for the Cowboys is that it showed. … Read more

NCAAW: Zia Cooke key to dominant SC Gamecocks, eyes WNBA

the South Carolina Gamecocks (15-0, 3-0 SEC) They got off to a clean start to the 2022-23 NCAA season, making it through a tough non-conference schedule unscathed and carrying that success through starting SEC play. The defending champions probably looked more impressive than when they went 36-2 and won their second national title. It’s a … Read more

Eddie Tafoya Jr. has a busy schedule for the USAC National Race Car Series in 2023

Eddie Tafoya Jr., 2019 USAC/CRA Freshman of the Year and 2018 Perris Auto Speedway Young Guns Sprint Car Champion, will take the next step in his racing career with an expanded schedule in the USAC National Sprint Car Series in 2023. Starting February 13y and 14y With a pair of special events at Volusia Speedway … Read more

CHEP Review Recommends New Safety Panel for Australia’s Carbon Credits Scheme | carbon offset

A review of Australia’s controversial carbon credit system recommended significant changes to how it is managed, but rejected claims that the scheme lacks integrity and does not deliver real reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. The review panel, led by former national chief scientist Professor Ian Chubb, found that the government agency that regulates clean energy … Read more

The sun is not a typical star in the universe

Since time immemorial, we’ve wondered, “Is the Sun just a typical star?” From their earliest beginnings to their maximum before fading away, Sun-like stars will grow from their current size to that of a red giant (~Earth orbit) to a diameter of about 5 light-years, typically. The largest known planetary nebulae can be nearly twice … Read more

International fusion energy project faces delays, chief says

ITER, under construction in Saint-Paul-les-Durance in southern France, aims to simulate the sun, which fuses particles together to release energy. An international project in the field of nuclear fusion could face “years” of delay, its boss told AFP, weeks after scientists in the United States announced a breakthrough in their pursuit of the desired goal. … Read more

DNA testing is not ‘just saliva’

To protect consumers, governments must step in to address the risks of nucleic acid testing. The personal genomics market, also known as direct-to-consumer testing, is flourish It is owned by millions of individuals around the world used These dna testing services. The process is simple: With a normal online order, consumers receive a kit, provide … Read more