Gravitational waves are ripples in the fabric of space time emitted by enigmatic processes, such as the merger of black holes or neutron stars. These waves might travel a billion light years from a distant galaxy and eventually reach Earth. Until now, scientists could study how matter behaved around massive objects and only infer that black holes existed.

Pizzetta’s Pizzeria, at 4107 Oleander Drive, is quickly becoming a new favorite. For $4, I got two large meatballs and some of the best sauce, or gravy if you prefer, I have eaten. Growing up, my dad wouldn’t want to waste an iota of sauce, so he’d sop up the remnants, savoring every bite.

I’m very humbled by it.” steve spurrier: “whatever kind of coach i became, i think i learned it at duke university. And then when i obviously got to florida the talent level was way up there. I inherited a loaded team and we were able to take off winning right away.

“Then we moved on to the street fair which is, mostly, volunteers,” she said. “It was the Antigonish Downtown Business Association initiative and they did a fantastic job. Kudos to Jamie MacDonald who had the foresight to see what it could be, and I can’t stress positively enough the cooperation he had with our town staff.

As most of you are aware, our own Senator Bill Cassidy is co sponsoring a bill to replace Obamacare. In an interview yesterday with710 KEEL’s Robert J Wright and Erin McCarty, he explained the bill, saying that it give resources to the working families to buy their own insurance. We don’t give the money to the insurance company, we give it to the family.”.

We reduced about 26 per cent per barrel intensity and as we move forward, we committed to reaching and doing our part with regards to climate change as well. We were the first jurisdiction in North America, to legislate a price on carbon and to use the funding for that to a technology fund, because it the technology that actually going to make the difference to reduce emissions over the longer term.Fewer than half the companies actually reduce emissions; they pay into the fund because it cheaper. Many have said the price for carbon is too low at just $15 a tonne and that the price should be raised to $100 or higher since the cost to build carbon capture into a project is around $200 a tonne.

Excited to host the BBC for this program, said Abernathy. Gratifying that an increasing number of national and international media outlets are making a concerted effort to expand their horizons and more fully report on communities and regions that have often been overlooked in the past. Theme of the BBC tour is Towns.