If you are reading this article on a computer or tablet, chances are you have beliefs about that device. It is made of molecules. The machine itself has a processor and a display that were designed to allow you to access articles from the internet. Experts in physics and chemistry understand the kinds of molecules that make up the device. Experts in engineering and computer science understand the device.
Ants are simple creatures. They live by simple rules: if you see a scrap of food, pick it up; if you see a pile of food, drop the food you are carrying. Out of such simple behaviour, an ant colony emerges.
For the seventh time, Dubai Customs, DC, has received one of the most prestigious awards from Ideas UK Association, acquiring Platinum Accreditation by scoring 100 percent for the fourth year in a row. “The Android Inspector” idea, developed by Dubai Customs, won ‘Idea of the Year 2016’. Additionally, the Elderly and VIP Clearance Buggy won the 2016 customer service category award.
Mohammed Abdullah Al Gergawi, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees, and Managing Director of Dubai Future Foundation, has said that Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai is leading a government system that encourages unconventional thinking to achieve unprecedented results.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, DEWA, has organised a Creativity Lab for its customers, at its Reading Tent in Zabeel Park.
Recent qualms about the fact-free drift of the political conversation often miss complexities about what exactly are facts. Nobody that we all trust (as we might perhaps trust a recently published atlas to tell us the capital of a country) can tell us whether millions of people in California illegally voted for Clinton.
The preliminary report from the Finkel Review of electricity market security will be presented to COAG today. Leaked versions indicate that the report notes the urgent need for long-term policy certainty on climate change and that some policies (such as carbon pricing) reduce emissions at lower cost than others (renewable energy targets or regulation).
The library of Babel is a short story by Argentine author Jorge Luis Borges (1899–1986), that describes a near-infinite library containing all possible 410-page books whose sentences were created from 25 basic characters (22 letters, the period, the comma, and the space).