Scott Disick could not stop hiself from dating as he enjoyed dinner with his model ex Christine Burke at Nobu Malibu after his recent split from Amelia Hamlin. The 38 year-old star and his ex Christine were seen exiting Nobu Malibu on Friday night. Scott was all smile with the 25-year-old model, who he dated back in 2016. He rocked a black bomber jacket, which he layered above a coordinating T-shirt and baggy trousers. The reality star, who was out of scene after his recent breakup with Hamlin, looked dashing in casual outfit. He elevated his look with a pair of grey trainers. He also wore an onyx baseball cap and a dazzling silver watch. Meanwhile, Scott's new companion was looking smashing in a white vest top, which she teamed up with a matching knitted sweater before throwing a cream handbag over her shoulder. The charming girl slipped her long legs into a pair of faded blue jeans featuring black crosses and clutched a brown tartan jacket. She wore a pair of … [Read more...] about Scott Disick reunites with his model ex
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Black Friday may be over, but you still have time to save big on one of the hottest kitchen appliances out there, the Instant Pot. The Instant Pot is a wish-list mainstay, especially at Christmas and the winter holidays. If you haven't bought one, but Black Friday deals and Cyber Monday deals have you intrigued, then you've come to the right place. Like the multi-tasking kitchen appliance, this is a multi-tasking guide, outlining Instant Pot models, and highlighting the best Instant Pot sales right now at Amazon's Cyber Monday sale , Walmart's Cyber Monday Sale and more. First things first: The Instant Pot is the name brand of a line of multi-use pressure cookers that promise to replace your other kitchen gadgets, including slow cookers, yogurt makers, rice cookers, steamers and air fryers . Pressure cooking is a technique that prepares beans, meats, stews and more under high-pressure conditions. Pressure cooks food much more quickly than a similarly shaped slow … [Read more...] about Most Instant Pot models are on sale for Cyber Monday: Here are the best deals you can shop now
There’s a very real chance the planet will warm up an average of 3 degrees Celsius (5.4 degrees Fahrenheit) this century — and that would be disastrous. In such a brutally hot world, scientists agree, deadly heat waves, massive wildfires, and damaging downpours will come far more often and hit much harder than they do today. The ocean will be hotter too and more acidic, causing fish declines and likely the end of coral reefs. In fact, a quarter or so of the Earth’s species may go extinct in such conditions or be headed that way. Our coastlines would be reshaped, a consequence of sea levels rising foot after foot, century after century, drowning places like Charleston, South Carolina’s Market Street, downtown Providence, Rhode Island, and the Space Center in Houston. All of this, as climate scientist Daniel Swain of the University of California, Los Angeles, put it, would be bad : “Bad for humans. Bad for ecosystems. Bad for the stability of the Earth systems that we humans … [Read more...] about The World Is On Track To Warm 3 Degrees Celsius This Century. Here’s What That Means.
On March 8, 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 crashed somewhere in the Indian Ocean while en route to Beijing with 239 people on board. But despite an international search-and-rescue effort costing more than $150 million, investigators are no closer to knowing where the plane went down, in what is one of the most enduring mysteries in the history of aviation. Now, an international team of researchers has developed a new mathematical approach for analyzing how debris moves around the ocean, enabling them to identify a new potential crash area, according to a study published in the journal Chaos . The team used so-called Markov chain models to narrow down the crash site to a region substantially north of the focus of most MH370 search-and rescue-efforts. These models are used to predict the behavior of chaotic systems—in this case, the movement of debris—and to power systems such as Google search algorithms and financial market models. The team came to its conclusions by … [Read more...] about MH370 Mystery: Potential crash site substantially farther north than search area identified by scientists
Earth's north magnetic pole is moving fast and in an unexpected way, baffling scientists involved in tracking its motions. Our planet is surrounded by a magnetic field. It is thought to arise from the electric currents generated by Earth's core—a solid iron ball surrounded by a liquid metal. This field is one of the reasons life is able to thrive as it deflects the solar wind, protecting us from harmful radiation. However, the magnetic field is constantly moving. At the moment, its north pole is over Canada, but it is slowly making its way toward Siberia. In the early 2000s, NASA announced the pole's rate of movement had increased to about 25 miles per year. The changes to Earth's magnetic field are tracked with the World Magnetic Model. According to the British Geological Survey , the World Magnetic Model is used extensively for navigation by the U.S. Department of Defense, as well as many civilian systems. Because of the constant changes, the model has to be revised … [Read more...] about Earth’s magnetic field has moved unexpectedly and scientists aren’t sure why