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Europeans are headed for a painful chapter, but they are resilient, by Ian Goldin

Atlantic City 29 Sep 2022
An energy crisis precipitated by Russia’s war on Ukraine has morphed into a broader economic calamity with implications for decades to come ... The most immediate threat is the energy crisis ... After recording a record budget surplus, due to energy prices spiking, Russian revenues have collapsed along with the virtual closure of its main export market.
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Election challenges and claims of fraud are an ongoing threat to our elections

Chicago Sun-Times 29 Sep 2022
<img class="Image" alt="Trump supporters participate in a rally Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021 in Washington ... The president is expected to address a rally on the Ellipse, just south of the White House ... Now these election deniers are compounding that threat by exerting their “Stop the Steal” energy and obsession on heated midterm races across the country.
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Challenge: Sustainable Synthesis of Multi-Ring Compounds

Technology Org 28 Sep 2022
As the world moves toward greener energy sources carbon-free fuels such as hydrogen will supplant ... LOHCs are likely to be important energy vectors in the future and aromatic multi-ring compounds such as benzyltoluene and dibenzyltoluene are leading candidates to fill such a role.
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Two new discoveries shed light on the mystery of how cells manage stress

Phys Dot Org 28 Sep 2022
Using bacterial cells, the researchers discovered that a damage-repairing enzyme, called ClpX, can not only mutate to fix multiple cellular issues but can respond to changing levels of cellular energy to help keep a cell healthy ... It turns out that ClpX is highly sensitive to ATP, an organic compound that is the energy source for all living cells.
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Stocks hit 2020 lows as fears of recession build; investors batter sterling

The Times of India 28 Sep 2022
... a global energy crunch ... The dominance of the dollar this year has compounded the problem, adding billions to the food and energy import bills for everyone, bar the United States. "The energy supply shock has prompted a terms-of-trade crisis for all energy importing countries.
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NASA’s $330-M spacecraft crashes into asteroid; UN warns vs inaction on urgent global concerns

Manila Bulletin 28 Sep 2022
“These cascading crises are feeding on each other, compounding inequalities, creating devastating hardship, delaying the energy transition, and threatening global financial meltdown.” ... Countries like the Philippines that are net importers of energy and food products are threatened by major supply disruptions.
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Stocks hit two-year lows, sterling comes under fireThe pound came under fire again on the ...

Deccan Herald 28 Sep 2022
... a global energy crunch ... The dominance of the dollar this year has compounded the problem, adding billions to the food and energy import bills for everyone, bar the United States. "The energy supply shock has prompted a terms-of-trade crisis for all energy importing countries.
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Northern Ireland sitting on ‘mortgage timebomb’- expert

Belfast Telegraph 28 Sep 2022
Northern Ireland is sitting on a "mortgage timebomb", according to a property expert ... Economists are predicting the developments could lead to a 10-15% drop in house prices ... Interest rates have already risen sharply in recent months ... Enter email address. Read More ... A crisis that will only be compounded by spiralling energy costs and food inflation ... .
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3 knives every cook needs (and some they might just want)

McDowell News 28 Sep 2022
Duke Energy grant invests $25k in downtown Marion Trojan horses ... - Energy ... It's about the loss and waste of everything that went into that potato, or banana, or onion—the water, the land, the pesticides, the fertilizer, and the energy add up to a greater, compounded loss.
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Space discoveries that will blow your mind

The Gonzales Inquirer 28 Sep 2022
Scientists can explore the 95% of invisible space comprised of dark energy, dark matter, and dark radiation ... When a star runs out of energy, it collapses into itself, resulting in either a neutron star or a black hole ... material formed by carbon-containing compounds on its surface.
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Power theft of ₹4.7cr in Nashik division

The Times of India 27 Sep 2022
Nashik ... Police have registered against the power consumers in eight cases, where the power theft was beyond the norms of compounding. The authorities said in 1,014 cases, the people were engaged in the tapping of power illegally from the energy meter and the process included either bypassing the meter or adding foreign bodies to the power meters ... .
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Irn-bru maker warns of margin pressure as inflation soars

Reuters 27 Sep 2022
Summary. Companies. Warns on second-half marginsSees no direct impact from weaker sterlingProfit rises 23% ... A.G ... Register ... Several companies warned on the crisis, which is compounding a hit from higher commodity and energy prices due to the Russia-Ukraine conflict. A.G ... Its shares were down 1% at 492.5p by 1024 GMT in London ... Register ... Our Standards ... ....
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Government unveils 11 billion euro budget package to stem rising cost of living

Belfast Telegraph 27 Sep 2022
“This shock is most clearly evident in energy and commodity markets, where prices surged at the onset of the war and have remained high. “The inflationary pressures from energy have been further compounded by the imbalance between demand and supply that emerged as the economy reopened at the start if the year.
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Nanoplastics can disrupt human liver, lung cells’ processes in lab experiments

Technology Org 26 Sep 2022
Microplastic poses a growing concern. Image by 5Gyres, courtesy of Oregon State University via , CC BY-SA 2.0 ... To learn more about what happened to the cells, the researchers looked at the compounds released by mitochondria — crucial energy-producing organelles that are thought to be sensitive to nanoplastics — during metabolism ... Source. ....
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How the Fed misread the red flags — and the rest will pay the bill

The Manila Times 25 Sep 2022
In the first week of March, I predicted that the unwarranted war in Ukraine would "severely penalize Ukraine, Russia, the US and the NATO, Europe, developing countries and the global economy" which would compound the threats of energy and food inflation (The World Financial Review, March 9, 2022).

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