One of the central Game of the Thrones questions that needs to be answered in season eight is who will sit on the Iron Throne after all of the wars are over. After eight seasons of teasing viewers with options ranging from Daenerys to Jon Snow to Gendry, someone decent has to finally earn that uncomfortable chair, right? Well, maybe not. The looming threat of the Night King combined with the possibility of a fiery battle between the Mother of Dragons and Cersei could mean that the Iron Throne will be destroyed in battle. There's an equally strong possibility that whoever inherits it next will do away with the throne because of what it symbolizes. While that could be frustrating for fans, eliminating that divisive symbol of power could be the best thing to ever happen to the Seven Kingdoms. The Iron Throne is a monstrous thing. According to A Wiki of Ice and Fire, Aegon I Targaryen, the first king of Westeros, had the throne made out of the swords of his enemies. Since then, it's been the central seat of power in the Seven Kingdoms and it has inspired far too many wars as the Targaryens, Baratheons, and others battled for the right to claim it.
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There are many different tools to determine whether a company is profitable or not. One of the most popular ratios is the ”Return on Assets ” (aka ROA). This score indicates how profitable a company is relative to its total assets. The Return on Assets for Johnson Matthey Plc (LSE:JMAT) is 0.072792. This number is calculated by dividing net income after hellip; Hastings Rare Metals Ltd (HAS.AX) shares are under scrutiny today as the Balance of Power has trended lower over multiple sessions. The Balance of Power is a simple indicator and it is used in technical analysis to compare the strength of buyers vs. sellers. The BOP oscillates between extremes of 1 and 1. Developed by Igor Livshin, the BOP attempts to measure the strength hellip;
Shares of LogMein (LOGM), a provider of communication and support services, jumped late on Thursday after the firm reported earnings and sales that beat analysts; expectations for the third quarter as it said that renewal rates returned to #8216;historical levels; in its communications and collaboration business. Sales rose to $308.9 million during the three months that ended September 30, from hellip; Shares of AT #038;T (T) were just higher pre market Thursday after media reports said nine state attorney generals have filed an amicus brief on Wednesday asking the US Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit to affirm a lower court 's decision to allow the company 's acquisition of Time Warner. The Justice Department is appealing US District Judge Richard Leon 's ruling in hellip;
With the bulls almost guaranteed a position above $145, they are now starting to eye the $150 position. Although difficult to get over, this is one of the more crucial resistance positions that could well establish a more long term bullish view.Although there is still a long way to go for Ethereum to hit $150, the current bullish charge could offer the required momentum to see the coin this high. But, in the next couple of hours, the coin will have to stay green if this prospect is to remain achievable. Also, the wider market rally will also have to persist throughout the weekend, giving ETH the best chance possible.
The Denmark international will see his current deal expire next summer, though, and Real Madrid continue to be strongly linked with a swoop for the playmaker.According to the Daily Mail, Spurs have accepted that Eriksen is likely to move on at the end of the season, but the London club will be active in the market as they chase a number of signings.
The SLS is a super heavy lift rocket based loosely on the Space Shuttle and capable of sending payloads anyplace in the solar system. NASA planned the SLS as the primary launch vehicle for Orion, a crew capsule designed to take astronauts beyond low Earth orbit for the first time in decades. However, the agency is now considering an Orion launch without the SLS to keep things on schedule. NASA has struggled through several delays. NASA initially wanted to get the SLS in the air by late 2017 at a cost of $5 7 billion. However, the vehicle still isn t ready for launch, and the price has already ballooned to $11.9 billion according to an October 2018 report. That report also pointed the finger at contractor Boeing for much of the trouble, citing problems like an 18 month delay on command and control software.
Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin and U.S. astronauts Nick Hague and Christina Koch are due to blast off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, at 12:14 a.m. local time on March 15.For Ovchinin and Hague, it will be the first flight since a sensor failure two minutes after they blasted off in a similar launch on Oct. 11 forced them to perform an emergency landing.
Account Log in Home Latest Topics Magazine Newsletter Gift Subscribe Account Log in Home Latest Topics Magazine Newsletter Subscribe Subscription Biology Geoscience Mathematics Palaeontology Physics Space Technology More Digital Issues Buy a back issue Renew my subscription Give a Gift Manage my subscription News Physics 15 March 2019 1 minute read Share Toggle Dropdown Email to Kindle Save to Pocket Email link Print article Facebook Twitter Reddit Copy link Email link Print article Researchers send qubit back in time Experiment reveals the possibility that an electron in space might spontaneously localise into its recent past . Samantha Page reports. Share Tweet Time travel has long been a trope of science fiction, but the reality is rather different.Russian scientists have succeeded in reversing time, albeit on a very, very tiny scale.
Amazon removed two books claiming to provide "cures " for autism on Tuesday. Both books were written several years ago and together had hundreds of reviews. A day earlier, Wired published a report on dangerous pseudoscientific titles for sale on Amazon, which included two of the books that were later removed. The book Healing the Symptoms Known as Autism contained the instruction that autistic children bathe in and drink chlorine dioxide, a very strong bleach used in industrial water treatment. The other book, Fight Autism and Win, supported giving children an antidote for mercury poisoning, a treatment known as chelation, which can cause potentially fatal kidney damage. Chelation is a response to the thoroughly debunked theory that vaccines cause autism. Earlier this month, the New York Times covered (another) recently published study that confirmed that there is no link between the measles vaccine and autism.
An Islamic State widow who left her home in Australia to join Isis at 19 has asked to come home from a Syrian refugee camp.The woman, 24, has lived in a camp in northern Syria with her toddler son and six month old baby since fleeing Baghouz, Isis last stronghold.
The Joint Secretary, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Vikram Sahay and the Director General, Publications Division, Sadhana Rout, inaugurated the India Pavilion at the London Book Fair, recently. The Fair is being held in the London Olympia from March 12 to 14. The India Pavilion lays special focus on the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. It displays the digital version of the Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi, apart from various other titles on culture, history and folklore of India. An interactive, digital media experience on life and times of Mahatma Gandhi, Statue of Unity and other major achievements of India is also available at the Pavilion. A seminar on Making of the Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi , print and electronic versions, will also be organised during this fair. The additional director general, BOC, Ravi Rama Krishna and senior officials of the Indian High Commission in London were also present on the occasion.
What happens when two galaxies collide? The Milky Way and the Andromeda Galaxy are on a collision course, and in about 4.5 billion years, they will meet. Now astronomers using the Hubble have provided some visual insight into what that collision might look like.
The revelation completely contradicts the laws of physics, which suggests that time is linear and can only travel in one direction. However, the quantum computer can be described as a semi time machine and has defied the second law of thermodynamics, which is the arrow of time. Using the quantum computer, researchers were essentially able to unscramble a set of electrons which was akin to pool balls on a table going back in to a starting triangle formation.In the odd world of quantum physics, which even the top experts admit they struggle to understand, this meant anyone watching the reverse of electrons essentially watched time go backwards.
The universe is getting messy. Like a glass shattering to pieces or a single wave crashing onto the shore, the universe s messiness can only move in one direction toward more chaos and disorder. But scientists think that, at least for a single electron or the simplest quantum computer, they may be able to turn back time, and restore order to chaos. This doesn;t mean we;ll be visiting with dinosaurs or Napoleon any time soon, but for physicists, the idea that time can run backward at all is still a pretty big deal.Normally, the universe s trend toward disorder is a fundamental law: the second law of thermodynamics. It says more formally that any system can only move from more to less ordered, and that the chaos or disorder of a system its entropy can never decrease. But an international team of scientists led by researchers at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology think they may have discovered a loophole.
UFC commentator, John Gooden spent the day with rising UFC star, Arnold â€˜Almightyâ€™ Allen. This is an intimate look into the life of one of the UKâ€™s brightest mixed martial arts stars. In the film, Arnold shows us around his town of Felixstowe on the east coast of England. We also get a tour of the Allen family home, his infamous self-built strongman gym and we join 'Triple A' for some Muay Thai training. Arnold, who now trains out of the world-famous Tristar gym in Canada, recounts his arduous journey of getting to the UFC which sometimes saw him sleeping rough between training sessions. He shares stories from his childhood days where he watched his father compete in pro MMA, which eventually led him to pull on the 4 ounce gloves. This is a fascinating insight into how a young man from a shipping port resisted following in the footsteps of many others into the shipping industry and dedicated himself to pursuing his dream of becoming a professional fighter with the worldâ€™s biggest fight organisation.
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The ARW stock showed a previous change of 1.17% with an open at 77.47 and a close of 78.06. It reached an intraday high of 78.43 and a low of 77.38.Business Wire: Inseego Announces Go to Market Collaboration with Arrow Electronics on IoT Device to Cloud Solutions
An upcoming spacewalk at the International Space Station will feature two female astronauts for the very first time. NASA didn 't specifically plan it as an ”all woman spacewalk, ” but things just kind of shook out that way, and as NASA 's ranks are inching closer to an even split between male and female astronauts, some are wondering about how that might affect upcoming trips to the Moon and eventually Mars.When NASA 's Apollo missions sent mankind to the Moon things were a lot different for women in NASA and, put simply, the agency was overwhelmingly male. Today, women make up 34% of active NASA astronauts, and while that 's still well short of half, it 's a lot closer than it has been in the past.