Month: September 2022

Defeated by China, the French team leaves the World Cup in the quarterfinals

For the sixth consecutive edition of the World Cup, the course of the French team stopped in the quarterfinals. Les Bleues lost against China on Thursday in Sydney (71-85) despite 19 points from Marine Fauthoux. The curse continues for the French women’s basketball team. For the sixth time in a row, the Blues leave the …

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On older people’s sexuality, this study debunks conventional wisdom

Westend61 / Getty Images/Westend61 Westend61 / Getty Images/Westend61 94% of seniors say they are in love with their spouse. SEXUALITY – Wrinkles and gray hair -obviously- are not incompatible with the desireremember The Little Brothers of the Poor. The association, which fights against the isolation of the elderly, has just published this Thursday, September 29, …

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the minimalist and light electric compact SUV, for less than 25,000 euros

Simple, practical, easy to manufacture, light with own recycling materials, this Oli concept inaugurates ideas that should be reusable in series at “50-70%”. It is intended to be durable, being able to be reconditioned throughout its successive owners. “An affordable electric vehicle for the family, for less than 25,000 euros”. This is how Vincent Cobée, …

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Historian Paul Veyne, specialist in Greek and Roman antiquity, dies

Paul Veyne, in Paris, in 2016. JOEL SAGET / AFP A non-conformist as profound as a dilettante, the historian Paul Veyne, a specialist in Greek and Roman antiquity, died on Thursday, September 29 at the age of 92 in Bédoin, a village in the Vaucluse where he had established his residence, a cult The world …

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WhatsApp announces a “critical” security flaw in its Android app

WhatsApp fixed a security flaw that affected Android phone data during video calls. It is strongly recommended to update the app. WhatsApp has published details of a “critical” level security flaw affecting its Android app. This flaw, now fixed in the latest version of WhatsApp, which should be updated, allowed attackers to remotely install malware …

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New Theory Suggests Life Isn’t So Rare in the Universe After All

⇧ [VIDÉO] You may also like this partner content (after ad) According to Brandon Carter’s theory, the princes fondamentaux régissant l’apparition de la vie sur Terre et la possibilité qu’elle puisse exist sur d’other planets would be based on a selection effect, linked to a series of events très rares et very precise. However, this …

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NFT Christie’s 3.0 – The house launches an auction platform on Ethereum

Christie’s 3.0 will be based solely on the blockchain, becoming the first auction house to offer sales entirely on the blockchain. The inaugural sale took place today, September 28, and will include nine NFTs by artist Diana Sinclair in a collection called “Phases.” NFTs are going mainstream despite bear market Not long ago, NFTs were …

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Long Covid: these hypotheses that could explain the persistence of symptoms over time

Chronic tiredness, shortness of breath, brain fog… Several months after their Covid-19 infection, millions of people suffer from a “long Covid”, although research has not yet been able to precisely explain this phenomenon, although there are several assumptions . in the table. According to the US-based Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, 145 million people …

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Kwasi Kwarteng, who is this strange British minister causing panic in the markets?

PORTRAIT – Barely appointed, Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer may have to resign to save sterling, under pressure from the IMF. It is true that Kwasi Kwarteng is a very strange character. The Bank of England, after having raised its reference rates, went into battle to support the pound sterling and calm the game in …

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