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Martin BryantTurns out that if you hold a surprise general election, the people who actually make it happen have a difficult time.
– Apr 22, 11:00 PM
On 9 March 2017, an ordinary Thursday morning, Ian Stubbings, a 35-year-old Londoner, was walking down the street near his office in South Kensington when he spotted a familiar face. He turned and saw a man entering the redbrick terrace which…
Martin BryantNo real answer to what this was all about, but it's good to bring it back up. Many assumed it was a radio interview, but that hasn't surfaced. Whatever the case, it's already got Assange riled on Twitter today.
New York Times
– Apr 22, 11:30 AM
In just 10 years, the world's five largest companies by market capitalization have all changed, save for one: Microsoft. Exxon Mobil, General Electric, Citigroup and Shell Oil are out and Apple, Alphabet (the parent company of Google), Amazon and…
Martin BryantA very strange article that isn't very convincing with its argument. Still, good to see the outsized power and influence of idolised companies like Google questioned more these days.
This week, a kilometer-wide asteroid whizzed by within about a million miles of this planet—about four and half times the distance between the Earth and the moon. A near miss? Not really. The odds of 2014 JO25 actually hitting Earth were…
Martin Bryant'Size, speed, spin, shape, structure … an asteroid’s attributes are clues about where it came from, and where it’s going. Measure enough of them, and you can start making better assumptions about how the solar system works.'