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    Amidst a host of serious accusations, there was one more relatable domestic drama that emerged from the otherwise grim Ryan Giggs trial this week. Because it seems that whether your spouse is a postman or a Premier League footballer, there’s one thing that can prove a bone of contention: the dishwasher. Do you place the bowls on the top or bottom shelf? Which way should the cutlery be pointed? And do the plates clean better on the left or right-hand side? Giggs told the courtroom the dishwasher would often be on three or four times a day. ‘I would be opening the dishwasher and the tablespoons would be the wrong way round,’ he said. ‘It would wind me up.’ So, to help couples up and down the country who are experiencing their own disputes over the correct way to stack a dishwasher, the Mail has collated the expertise of those in the know — from manufacturers of appliances and detergents to professors who have carried out extensive studies — to give you a definitive guide to getting the most out...
    (CNN Business)For weeks, the countless takes, tweets, and TikToks about actor Johnny Depp's defamation trial against Amber Heard have been inescapable. It was hard to ignore the fierce online embrace of Depp or the vitriol directed at Heard. It became clear that the trial wasn't just about which Hollywood actor was to be believed --— it was, in part, a proxy for a broader culture war over the "Me Too" movement. On Wednesday, a jury of five men and two women dealt a victory to Depp in his defamation case against Heard, his ex-wife. Heard, for her part, prevailed in part of her counterclaim against Depp. Depp charged that Heard had falsely and maliciously accused him of domestic abuse, costing him millions in damages from lost acting jobs after an opinion piece attributed to Heard was published by The Washington Post in 2018. While the piece didn't name Depp directly, Heard described herself as a "public figure representing domestic abuse."The verdict rapidly made its way across social media platforms, with some conservative pundits such as Ann Coulter and Meghan McCain...
    THE eerie sounds of the Northern Lights can be heard even when they're invisible to the human eye, new research suggests. Popping, crackling, and even the sound of a rushing waterfall all describe the noises that come from auroras high in the sky. 1The eerie sounds of the Northern Lights can be heard even when they're invisible to the human eye, new research suggests And now new research has found that these Northern lights sounds may take place even when we can't see them. Acoustic engineer Unto Laine from Aalto University in Finland proved this after recording the ghostly sounds – and on a night when no lights danced in the sky. Laine unveiled his finding at the EUROREGIO/BNAM2022 Joint Acoustics Conference in Denmark earlier this month. "This cancels the argument that auroral sounds are extremely rare and that the aurora borealis should be exceptionally bright and lively," Laine says. Read more on aurorasGREEN LIGHT Stunning aurora footage caught from plane as geomagnetic storm lashes EarthSUN-LUCKY Solar storms to strike Earth TODAY triggering auroras – how to watch Laine and his fellow...
    Drew Barrymore has apologized after receiving backlash for her comments about the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial. The 47-year-old actress took to her Instagram on Sunday to share a one-minute video to apologize for what she said about the on-going high-profile defamation trial. The backlash began after she touched on the subject during a segment for her The Drew Barrymore Show last week in which she said about the trial: 'It's like one layer of crazy, it’s a seven-layer dip of insanity. I know that these are two people’s real lives and I know what it’s like to have your life put out in public. Uh oh: Drew Barrymore has apologized after receiving backlash for her comments about the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial  Contentious: The 47-year-old actress took to her Instagram on Sunday to share a one-minute video to apologize for what she said about the on-going high-profile defamation trial between Depp and Heard 'I understand all the feelings, but they are actually offering up this information.' After receiving plenty of criticism online, the veteran Hollywood star addressed...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – It’s tough to socially distance in most sports. So, even the younger players know that the love of the game must still compete with a very real concern about whether that next play could also lead to COVID-19. So, 17-year-old Marcus Heard’s solution was to trust the science. READ MORE: Denied Small Business Owners Frustrated As $27B In COVID-19 Relief Remains Unused “I’m fully vaccinated,” said Heard, while playing a tournament at the Duncanville Field House on Friday. He says his vaccine side effects were mild, and the protection was worth it. “I haven’t contracted COVID… that’s why I did take the vaccine.” “I’m a little frustrated that other people don’t take it as serious,” added his mother, Shenita Heard. Heard says her youngest basketball loving son is not yet eligible for a COVID vaccine. Still, she couldn’t let the COVID risk bench him. “I just couldn’t watch him stay miserable,” says Heard. “He has a passion for the game. He has played since he was little. All his friends were playing. Staying in the house wasn’t...
    Portland purchased a full-page advertisement in The New York Times in an attempt to repair its image and attract tourists following a tumultuous year of violent demonstrations in the wake of the death of George Floyd in Minnesota, and the most recent fallout after all 50 members of the police riot squad resigned. Travel Portland purchased the ad which is set to run through August to encourage overnight local hotel and short-term rental stays from leisure travelers from the cities of Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles, KOIN reported. It is part of a campaign called "This is Portland." Travel Portland also released a video featuring more than 20 Portland chefs, store owners, athletes, performers and artists that is narrated with the same text written in the full-page New York Times spread.  "This is Portland," the full-page ad consisting of just 23 lines of text begins. "You’ve heard a lot about us lately. It’s been awhile since you heard from us."  The ad, written in a format resembling a poem, continues, "Some of what you heard about Portland is true. Some...
    Scientists have identified the distinctive, tell-tale rumbles of different rocket launch vehicles and they are too low to be heard by human ears.  Known as infrasound, they are sound waves that travel thousands of miles and are  created as part of the initial blast that allows the rocket to leave Earth's atmosphere.   Using a system designed to monitor nuclear tests, the researchers from the German Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources looked for unique signatures that allowed them to identify the launch vehicle from the sound alone. They tracked infrasound data from 1,001 rocket launches, identifying distinctive sounds from seven types of rocket including the space shuttle, Falcon 9 and Soyuz.  In some cases, like the Space Shuttle and the Falcon 9, the researchers were also able to identify the various stages of the rockets' journey. The new information could be useful for finding problems and identifying the atmospheric re-entry or splashdown locations of rocket stages, the team said.  Adorable one-month-old elephant at Austrian zoo is being... Share this article Share The team only examined rocket launches that occurred...
    A Danish journalist who conducted an interview while having sex at a swingers club for a radio feature which included clips of her moaning has told how her mum thought it was 'funny' while her dad found it 'really cool.'  Louise Fischer, from Denmark, visited Swingland in Ishøj, near Copenhagen, earlier this year as part of a report to cover the sex club reopening after Covid-19 restrictions eased in the country.  In the segment, which aired during a Radio 4 morning show in the country in March and has since been shared on Twitter, the journalist, 26, can be heard moaning as she interviews a male club participant while the pair have sex. Speaking to Bild about the reactions she's received since the raunchy report went viral, Louise said: 'Most of them were very positive, they thought it was brave and cool. Others think that I've crossed a line in journalism.'  'I don't have a boyfriend, that definitely made it a lot easier. My mother just thinks it's funny and laughs, my father thought it was really cool.'    Radio4 var med, da...
    Johnny Manziel thinks social media has some serious downsides. The Texas A&M Heisman winner is no stranger at all to social media, and during his downfall, he was constantly all over it. Now, he wants people to know that it’s not always a great place. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) He said the following on the latest episode of the “Ball Don’t Lie” podcast: It takes a very special person to not be affected by social media in 2020. I think just watching the way things are going in life and in the world right now, you know, social media is almost a dangerous place at times. You can use it in the right way or you can very easily use it in the wrong way. I think for awhile I just tried to stay off of it as much as I can. You can listen to his full comments in the video below. It’s hard to disagree with a single word Manziel said in the video above. Is there anyone on the planet...
    Silverback gorillas stand up and beat their chest as a form of communication, a study has found.  Analysis of wild male mountain gorillas in Rwanda reveals a male's drumming noise conveys how big they are and also their identity.   German researchers found larger gorillas make a deeper noise when smacking their chest than their smaller peers and each individual's thwacking pattern is unique.  It is thought that when silverbacks hit their muscular torsos they are broadcasting their dominance and size to rival males while simultaneously trying to impress females who may be potential mates.  Scroll down for video       German researchers found bigger gorillas make a deeper noise than their smaller peers and each individual's thwacking pattern is unique The researchers studied video taken by the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund of 25 males living in Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda and calculated their body size by measuring the distance between their shoulder blades. For each gorilla, the number of beats and beat rate was recorded, as well as the animal's stature and age.  Six males were also audio recorded, capturing a total of...
    Chevron announced the launch of its new energy fund Thursday with a commitment of $300 million toward low-carbon technology investments. Future Energy Fund II is the eighth venture fund to come out of Chevron Technology Ventures, which seeks to invest in innovative companies driving solutions for a cleaner future. "We'll be focused in on some of the more difficult to decarbonize sectors of the economy," Chevron Chairman and CEO Mike Wirth told CNBC's David Faber in an interview recorded Wednesday afternoon. "The primary motivation here is not a profit motivation, it's to nurture technology." For an oil and gas company like Chevron, it can be hard to have ESG-centric investors look beyond its traditional energy portfolio. Wirth said, however, that as the demand for clean energy steadily grows, Chevron will continue to explore new technologies in furtherance of environmental, social, and corporate governance investment. "This is not a cliff that will occur abruptly, this will be an evolution more than a revolution," he said in an interview for the "Evolve: The Faber Interview" series. When it comes to...
    Illuminate The Lock: Madweyaashkaa: Waves Can Be Heard by Moira Villiard, 2021 February 18, 19, 20 6 – 8:30 p.m. Owamni-yomni / Gakaabika / Upper St. Anthony Falls Lock and Dam 1 Portland Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55401 Enter at the west end of the Stone Arch Bridge Free; Registration required. Visit http://bit.ly/2021IlluminateLock to pick a time slot. For more information, visit parkconnection.org/illuminate.
    Kajal Aggarwal would be making her digital debut with the series Live Telecast, a horror series helmed by Venkat Prabhu. The actress said in a statement, “Audiences who love horror stories and otherwise are going to love this show.” Live Telecast would be premiered on Disney+ Hotstar VIP on February 12. Ahead of its release, the makers have released the second song from the series titled “Naam Indru”. It is a beautiful melody in the magical voice of SP Charan, son of late singer SP Balasubrahmanyam, a track that could be heard on loop. Live Telecast: Kajal Aggarwal’s Digital Debut Show to Stream on Disney+ Hotstar From February 12. The song “Naam Indru” highlights various stills from the series, showcasing lead actress Kajal Aggarwal’s character Jenny’s various joyful moments with her near and dear ones. A song on the ups and downs of friendship. The series is about a TV crew, in which Jenny is the director, adamant to create a super-hit show. But in the process of making a super-hit show, they hardly realise that they all have...
    Meghan Markle today lost her court fight to block claims she collaborated with the authors of an explosive book about her private life or allowed her friends to. The Duchess of Sussex, 39, is accused of feeding personal information to the writers of 'Finding Freedom,' to 'set out her own version of events in a way that is favourable to her.' The High Court ruling by Judge Francesca Kaye means that the book will now feature as evidence in Meghan's high stakes privacy battle against Associated Newspapers, the publishers of the Mail on Sunday and Mail Online. It also means that she could be questioned under oath about her involvement with the book, which tells the story about her life with the Duke of Sussex. Meghan Markle today lost her court fight to block claims she collaborated with the authors of 'Finding Freedom', an explosive book about her private life The Duchess of Sussex, 39, is accused of feeding personal information to Omid Scobie (left) and Carolyn Durand (right), the writers of 'Finding Freedom,' to 'set out...
    President Donald Trump has called on CNN to fire anchor Chris Cuomo after leaked audio emerged of him denying apparent rumors of sexual misconduct in a secretly recorded phone call with disgraced attorney Michael Cohen.  The secret recording of the call between Cuomo and Trump's disgraced former attorney was released by Fox News host Tucker Carlson last night.  Trump on Wednesday called for Cuomo, who he referred to as Fredo, to be fired.  'Will Fredo be fired by Fake News @CNN? He speaks with great disrespect about women, and it will only get worse,' Trump tweeted.  'Fredo's Ratings are bad, so this is the time. Always terrible to speak to sleazebags, especially when you are being recorded. CNN has no choice, Fredo must go!' President Donald Trump has called on CNN to fire anchor Chris Cuomo after leaked audio emerged of him denying apparent rumors of sexual misconduct in a secretly recorded phone call with disgraced attorney Michael Cohen CNN host Chris Cuomo (left) has been caught in secret recordings, lamenting and denying apparent rampant rumors of...
    LONDON (AP) — Johnny Depp's lawyers have failed to stop the American actor's ex-wife, Amber Heard, from attending his libel trial against the British tabloid newspaper The Sun until she is called to give evidence. In a court order published on Saturday, trial judge Andrew Nicol said that excluding Heard from the London courtroom before she testifies in the case “would inhibit the defendants in the conduct of their defense." Depp, 57, is suing The Sun’s publisher, News Group Newspapers, and Executive Editor Dan Wootton over a 2018 article claiming the actor was violent and abusive to Heard. He strongly denies the allegations. Depp's lawyers had asked the judge to keep Heard from attending the trial until the 34-year-old actress and model appears to give evidence, arguing that her testimony would be more reliable if she were not present in court when Depp was being cross-examined. The judge noted it is News Group and Wootton, and not Heard, that are defending the claim, while conceding they will be relying “heavily” on what Heard says. The trial, which was postponed from...
    LONDON (AP) — Johnny Depp’s lawyers have failed to stop the American actor’s ex-wife, Amber Heard, from attending his libel trial against the British tabloid newspaper The Sun until she is called to give evidence. In a court order published on Saturday, trial judge Andrew Nicol said that excluding Heard from the London courtroom before she testifies in the case “would inhibit the defendants in the conduct of their defense.” Depp, 57, is suing The Sun’s publisher, News Group Newspapers, and Executive Editor Dan Wootton over a 2018 article claiming the actor was violent and abusive to Heard. He strongly denies the allegations. Depp’s lawyers had asked the judge to keep Heard from attending the trial until the 34-year-old actress and model appears to give evidence, arguing that her testimony would be more reliable if she were not present in court when Depp was being cross-examined. The judge noted it is News Group and Wootton, and not Heard, that are defending the claim, while conceding they will be relying “heavily” on what Heard says. The trial, which was postponed from...
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