Why Does Noah Syndergaard Eat Raw Animal Products for Breakfast?

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InsideHook

By Tanner Garrity At the start of spring training, it seemed like New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard was ready to pitch 200 innings this year. The man they call “Thor” underwent Tommy John surgery in March 2020, then spent the next 12 months in high-tech recovery; he cobbled together a cold plunge pool, infrared sauna and hyperbaric chamber, started practicing blood-flown restriction training, and even had visions of building a float tank. They’re the sort of amenities that have become ubiquitous in professional locker rooms across America — which athletes lost access to during the peak of… Read More “Why Does Noah Syndergaard Eat Raw Animal Products for Breakfast?”

Iron Maiden Okay With Adding Things in Studio + Adjusting for Live Setting, Says Bruce Dickinson

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Iron Maiden‘s Bruce Dickinson was the latest guest on Full Metal Jackie’s weekend radio program. The singer discussed the band’s 17th album, Senjutsu, which was recorded two years ago and kept under wraps as the band awaited the opportune time to release it amid an ongoing pandemic. The first single to arrive was “The Writing on the Wall,” which boasted a magnificent animated music video with a storyline conceptualized by Dickinson, who worked with a team of animators to resolve some critical issues related to the narrative. It was a process he thoroughly enjoyed, especially as Maiden have not… Read More “Iron Maiden Okay With Adding Things in Studio + Adjusting for Live Setting, Says Bruce Dickinson”

ATAL Training Centre Officially Opens in Hong Kong

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Leverages Dedicated Training SpaceStriving to Nurture Outstanding Talent for the Engineering IndustryHONG KONG, Sept 7, 2021 – (ACN Newswire) – Analogue Holdings Limited (HKG:1977) together with its subsidiaries (referred to as ATAL Engineering Group, ATAL or the Group), a leading electrical and mechanical (E&M) engineering service provider in Hong Kong, is pleased to announce the official opening of its ATAL Training Centre (ATC). With a floor area of over 3,500 sq. ft., ATC not only provides a dedicated training space for its staff, but also employs innovative technologies, including Interne… Read More “ATAL Training Centre Officially Opens in Hong Kong”

Draymond Green Reveals He ‘Might Have Been Blocked’ On Kevin Durant’s Phone

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Carmelo Anthony invited Draymond Green onto his podcast What’s in Your Glass? where the two NBA All-Stars touched upon the Warriors’ power forward’s public feud with ex-teammate Kevin Durant. Green reached out to Durant to suggest the idea of filming a candid talk. However, this did not come without difficulty. “I think there was a time period of where he wasn’t trying to say nothin’ to me. I think there was a time period where my number might have been blocked from his phone … I could only talk to him through Instagram DM.” This segment comes just two weeks after the highly anticipated Bleach… Read More “Draymond Green Reveals He ‘Might Have Been Blocked’ On Kevin Durant’s Phone”

How Gulf countries will ‘make it rain’ with cloud seeding

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Al-Araby

Cloud seeding, a form of weather modification designed to increase rainfall and other types of precipitation, sounds like technology straight from a space opera. In the Persian Gulf, however, several countries are fast turning science fiction into reality. In the era of climate change, cloud seeding may give the Middle East a tool to fight back. The Gulf monarchies in particular have the financial and scientific resources necessary to pioneer cloud seeding for the region. At the same time, they will have to take into account lingering doubts about the technology’s viability. The Desert Researc… Read More “How Gulf countries will ‘make it rain’ with cloud seeding”

Singapore robocops patrol for smokers and pandemic rule-breakers

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Wealthy Singapore has long been known as a tightly-run city-state where dissent and disobedience are rare. While authorities have only had to resort to one 6-week lockdown since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, rigorous testing and tracing as well as public caution has meant even as curbs have been relaxed, the renowned local blend of control and compliance has not. Even so, the government said on Sunday it would trial the use of robots, codenamed “Xavier,” which are to “patrol and survey a public area with high foot traffic to augment the work of public officers in enhancing public heal… Read More “Singapore robocops patrol for smokers and pandemic rule-breakers”