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Canadian Influencer Megha Thakur Dies “Suddenly and Unexpectedly” at Age 21
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Meet the earlystage startups exhibiting at TC Sessions: Space
The technological advances happening within the space industry are nothing short of dramatic — from propulsion systems, heavy-lift rockets and increased payload capabilities to building commercial space stations to fill the gap when the International Space Station ceases operations in 2030.
Lehrmann retrial abandoned because of a significant and unacceptable risk to Brittany Higgins life
The plan for a second trial of Bruce Lehrmann has been dropped after expert medical advice warned it posed a “significant and unacceptable risk” to Brittany Higgins’ life.
Cadillac says its new electric race car is almost ready for 24 Hours of Daytona
Cadillac Racing says its first electric race car is almost ready for the 24 Hours of Daytona event in January after passing critical testing and development milestones. Since July, the V-LMDh has gone through nearly 12,000 miles (19,000 km) of on-track testing, including a 24-hour test at Sebring International Raceway.Cadillac collected data on nighttime operation and durability on the bumpy 3.7-mile circuit. Program manager Laura Wontrop Klauser claimed Sebring was the perfect testing ground for the V-LMDh ahead of its competitive debut at Daytona. “To complete that endurance test was extra motivation for our team and provided a sense of accomplishment,” Klauser said in a statement. “We still have a lot to do in a short time, but we are at the point where we are fine-tuning many things.”The car is also slated to take part in the 24-hour race at Le Mans in June. Cadillac plans to run it in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and the FIA World Endurance Championship. A final test will take place next week at Daytona as part of mandatory evaluations for all manufacturers intending to take part in the IMSA’s new Grand Touring Prototype class. Cadillac Racing will reveal the final competition version of the three V-LMDh race cars, including liveries (and hopefully a new name), in mid-January. ]]>
Hunter Biden Attends His Dad’s Lavish White House State Dinner with French President Macron, Billionaires and Elites
Melbourne man charged with murder after family member finds womans body
A Melbourne man has faced court over the death of a woman at a home in the city's north.Joe Lo Bianco, 52, was charged with murder on Thursday after a family member discovered the body of a 51-year-old woman inside a home on Brickworks Lane, Northcote, just before 8pm on Wednesday.Prosecutors asked for the woman's name to be removed from court documents during the brief appearance on Friday.READ MORE: Aged care home apologises after Melbourne woman severely bruisedLo Bianco, who is in custody for the first time, is due to face Melbourne Magistrates Court again for a committal mention on April 14, 2023.Police requested a longer than usual period to serve a brief of evidence on him, saying a pathology report is expected to take at least 12 weeks.CCTV is also expected form part of the evidence, the magistrate heard. ]]>
US sanctions top North Korean officials
Washington said the step was taken in “close coordination” with South Korea and Japan
Former FTX CEO – Sam BankmanFried – Admits FTX Didn’t Buy Bitcoin for Clients – Just Took Their Money (VIDEO)
Now AI can outmaneuver you at both Stratego and Diplomacy
While artificial intelligence long ago surpassed human capability in Chess, and more recently Go — and let us not forget Doom — other more complex board games still present a challenge to computer systems. Until very recently, Stratego and Diplomacy were two of those games, but now AI has become table-flipping good at the former and passably human at the latter.
Janet Yellen Says the Real Reason Inflation is Out of Control is Because Americans Are ‘Splurging’ on Goods (VIDEO)
Chris Dawson facing decades in jail
Almost 40 years after killing his wife Lynette and disposing of her body, Sydney schoolteacher Chris Dawson will be sentenced to what could be decades in jail.Justice Ian Harrison is set to conclude a four-decade-long wait for Lynette's family on Friday, handing down his sentence on the convicted wife-killer in the NSW Supreme Court.The decision comes more than 13 weeks after the judge found the 74-year-old guilty of murder and three weeks after his brother-in-law called him a conniving monster during a sentence hearing.READ MORE: Landmark IR reforms pass Senate on way to becoming lawDawson was found guilty of murdering his wife in January 1982 to have an unfettered relationship with a high school student who was also his babysitter, known as JC.During the sentence hearing, crown prosecutor Craig Everson SC said Dawson had planned a deliberate and conscious act of domestic violence with an intention to kill.He said a crime of very great heinousness required a term of life imprisonment.READ MORE: Family preparing for the worst as pregnant Perth mum fights for lifeDawson's lawyer Greg Walsh disputed claims the crime was at the high end in terms of objective seriousness.Walsh said the former Newtown Jets rugby league player had already suffered under the most constant and egregious publicity for four decades.His health was also deteriorating, the court heard, with Dawson showing signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a brain condition often experienced by those who play contact sports.Dawson has filed an appeal of his conviction. ]]>