Daily Archives: Feb 16, 2021

Bachelor Matt James Eliminates Heather Martin, Brings Rachael to Closing 4

Major cuts! Matt James made difficult decisions about Heather Martin and six of his contestants during the Monday, February 15, episode of The Bachelor. Matt first dealt with Heather’s arrival. He was conflicted because he trusted Hannah Brown’s endorsement of her pal but he felt it was too late in the competition for them to…

Pregnant Brittany Cartwright Hits Her 32-Week Label, Shows Off Child Bump

Prepping for parenthood! Brittany Cartwright has been giving fans glimpses of her pregnancy journey since her and husband Jax Taylor’s September 2020 announcement. “Mom & Dad,” the Kentucky native captioned an Instagram slideshow at the time, showing off her baby bump as well as ultrasound photos. “The love of our lives is coming soon.” The…

Tamra Resolve: RHOC’s Emily Simpson Is Esteem ‘Gazing Paint Dry’

It’s safe to say Vicki Gunvalson and Tamra Judge haven’t held back since leaving The Real Housewives of Orange County ahead of season 15. Vicki, who was part of the first Real Housewives franchise since the 2006 premiere, was demoted to a “friend” for season 14 of the series. After filming the show in a…

Lisa Vanderpump Says She Had an ‘Emotional Affair’ With DWTS’ Gleb Savchenko

It takes two to tango! Lisa Vanderpump reflected on her Dancing With the Stars experience, revealing that she fell for her partner Gleb Savchenko’s charm. “Gleb was gorgeous,” Vanderpump, 60, said on an October 2020 episode of “The Bellas” podcast, which resurfaced this week. “I did become very close to Gleb. I loved him.” The…

Bachelor Nation Reacts to Chris Harrison Stepping Down Amid Controversy

Chris Harrison announced on Saturday, February 13, that he is temporarily stepping down as the host of The Bachelor following his controversial interview with Rachel Lindsay earlier this week. The 49-year-old ABC personality released a statement via Instagram announcing his decision. “I have spent the last few days listening to the pain my words have…

‘We Did Our Share.’ Impeachment Supervisor Joe Neguse Reflects on Donald Trump’s Acquittal

It’s an icy Sunday morning in Washington, less than 24 hours after the Senate voted to acquit Donald Trump in the unprecedented impeachment trial of a former president, and Representative Joe Neguse is trying to figure out what it all means. As one of nine House impeachment managers, Neguse prosecuted the case against Trump. Today,…

How the Fresh British Drama It’s a Sin Is Telling the Historic previous of the Eighties AIDS Disaster—and Sparking Exchange in the Novel

In the early 1990s, Welsh writer and television producer Russell T Davies heard the same story from many families about their experiences in earlier years: parents who arrived at AIDS wards at British hospitals to discover that their son was gay, that he had AIDS, and that he was dying, all in one moment. “That…

What to Know About Nomadland and the Loyal-Life Crew On the succor of the Film

When we first meet Fern in Nomadland, she’s living in a van and working at an Amazon Warehouse in Nevada. It’s Christmastime and the 61-year-old widow, played by Frances McDormand, is shopping at a sporting goods store when she sees some familiar faces from her old life in Empire, a company-owned mining town left abandoned…

How Long Will Joe Biden Faux Narendra Modi’s India Is a Democratic Ally?

“Democracy” is the one word that gets thrown around a lot when India and America talk about their relationship. Democracy forms the basis of the “shared values” and the “common bond” between the “natural partners”—all phrases that invariably pop up in the communiques of their engagement. The “world’s oldest democracy” and the “world’s largest democracy”…

Original Zealand Imposes First COVID-19 Lockdown in 6 Months Over 3 Unexplained Cases

(WELLINGTON, New Zealand) — As people in Auckland adjusted to a new lockdown on Monday, health officials said they’d found no evidence the coronavirus had spread further in the community, raising hopes the restrictions might be short-lived. New Zealand’s largest city was hurriedly placed into a three-day lockdown Sunday after three unexplained virus cases were…

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Scientists measured the temperature of red supergiant stars

There are different types of stars with different sizes, masses, and compositions. The sun is also a star, but it is a relatively small specimen compared to the red giant Betelgeuse. Red supergiants are stars over nine times the mass of our sun. This implies that when they die, a violent event occurs: an enormous…

Scientists found residence typhoon that rains electron

Hurricanes are one of nature’s most powerful storms. They produce strong winds, storm surge flooding, and heavy rainfall, leading to inland flooding, tornadoes, and rip currents. They are characterized by a low-pressure center (hurricane eye), strong winds and flow shears, and a spiral arrangement of towering clouds with heavy rains. Astronomers recently reported a long-lasting…

How a plant regulates its enhance?

Plants grow in two directions: towards the light and the center of the earth into the soil. The phenomenon of growing towards the light has gathered everyone’s interest.  The plant ensures that it can make the best use of light to photosynthesize and synthesize sugars. Similarly, the roots grow into the soil to ensure that…

Fresh system to create hydrogen and electrical energy rapid and successfully

Economical and efficient carbon capture, utilization, and sequestration technologies are essential for addressing the global challenge to reduce CO2 emissions. However, current CO2 conversion technologies cannot meet the financial and energy requirements due to the slow processes for CO2 sequestration. Now, scientists from UNIST have developed a novel system that can effectively produce hydrogen and…