Daily Archives: February 17, 2019

BHS Alumni Association – Toronto Chapter – Calendar of Events 2019

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GUYANA SPEAKS: Celebrating Berbicians inc A.J. Seymour – London – February 24, 2019

Below are bios of our distinguished guests and a brief summary of their ‘SPEAKS’:     Continue reading

The basic science for how climate change triggers severe cold weather in wintertime — The Secular Jurist

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By Robert A. Vella. It may seem paradoxical to laypeople that we would have severe cold weather spells in wintertime given that the world is rapidly warming up due to manmade climate change; and, climate change deniers are quick to exploit this paradox for political reasons.  But, it is true.  Global warming is increasing the incidence of extreme weather events of every kind from prolonged droughts and powerful storms to deadly heat waves and brutal cold snaps.  The following details the basic science behind the phenomenon popularly, though inaccurately, known as the “polar vortex.” The real polar vortex is something else altogether…

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Music Video: 9 Year Old Boy Cries During Audition – Then Amazes Everyone

Music Video: 9 Year Old Boy Cries During Audition – Then Amazes Everyone – 51 Million views

Venezuela’s Collapse Holds Lessons For Neighboring Guyana – Forbes

Commentary By FORBES

Venezuela’s slide from top of the heap to a virtual bit player in the oil market is a slow-motion car crash. Production sank progressively from 2.6 million barrels per day (b/d) a decade ago, when it was third in OPEC behind only Saudi Arabia and Iran, to 2.0 million b/d by Q3 2017. Decline since has been precipitous – today it’s just 1.1 million b/d.

The market has shrugged off the loss, even with the absence of sanctioned Iranian oil. Venezuela’s heavy barrels have been largely displaced by supplies from Canada, Mexico and elsewhere.

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