Tending to beauty needs and ensuring beauty ideals have always been among the priorities of human beings for centuries. They use natural tips and tricks, as well as modern formulas to look after their skin, plan the makeup, and look most beautiful. This has also made human beings, especially women, constantly struggle with beauty products that suit their skin and complexion.
It's difficult to say who discovered Saturn. It has always been visible to the naked eye in the dark of night. Galileo Galilei was the first to look through a telescope in 1610 and see Saturn's rings with Titan, one of it's many moons. These had disappeared for him later and chalked up to a trick of the eye. In 1659 it was a Dutch Astronomer, Christiaan Huygen, who saw Saturn's largest moon and he named it Titan. In 1675, Giovanni Cassini discovered 4 more moons orbiting this gas giant, as well as it's two largest rings and their gap. This gap is called 'The Cassini Division'.
This is a secret few know. Even the souls involved have been sworn to such spiritual enchantment they themselves have chosen to forget. Each time they reincarnate, they experience the glory of finding each other and consummating their love.
Rainforests are some of the most vital ecosystems we have on the planet, and have recently been shown to be one of the most effective TOOLS we have in the fight against climate change. Despite this, we're destroying them at a rate of over 80,000 acres a DAY, fueled by extractive industries like animal agriculture, oil, and logging. Some scientists now estimate that we could see the last of our rainforests destroyed in just over 100 years if we continue at the current rate of deforestation.
Throughout time we have seen vast changes in our world from population growth, to gender equality, women rights, to gun control. But one topic of discussion that always seems to be up in the air is over our home, our world, where we choose to live our lives and raise our families. We are talking about global warming. Global warming as a discussion would put most people into a panic with whom they are discussing the topic with. It seems as though so many people don't believe in global warming whereas there is an equal amount of people who do.
'Ascension Of The Cybermen', the first part of the promised epic two-part finale for Doctor Who series 12, has left fans on a massive cliffhanger, with The Master returning once again, the mysterious 'Boundary' appearing to be a portal to Gallifrey, and Graham and Yaz left to what seems to be certain doom, trapped aboard a Cyber-Warship with the Lone Cyberman and his army.
We are living in a highly sensitive world. Perfection is a top priority of everyone, especially the ones building a software, Java application development or system. The application, system or software are becoming very complex and big. Therefore, there is no doubt about the fact that we should focus on improving the quality of the software development process. And, for that, the testing has to be superb as well. The testing techniques have to be absolutely amazing. The software development and testing process have to be of the highest quality. As we would want to adopt the latest and the best possible testing techniques. As even a small bug can have a severe impact. Even one bug can cause terrible loss to the company, thus, no software development and testing teams would want any kind of bug. Therefore, the companies are adopting the latest automated testing methods.
During my second year of university in 2016, I came across (by accident) the Doctor Who spin-off Class, which focused on a group of troubled sixth form students and their reluctant rebel alien teacher charged to protect an alien prince. What struck me instantly was Patrick Ness's writing, which was so captivating and grounded - all of the characters had their light and dark sides, making them all have morally grey moments and complex developments throughout. After the first two episodes, I thought it was good for its genre and by the third episode I was hooked and fully invested in the series - coupled with brilliantly diverse characters, fantastic direction and moving score, Class was a show that really stood out for me.
I am an Australian. My house or town was not personally impacted by the bushfires. My life has fortunately remained un-charred. I had some friends trapped on the coast. I had family told to be ready to evacuate. I had a friend almost lose her childhood home. Yet, I didn’t lose anything. But I feel the hurt from friends who no longer have a home town. And I ache hearing of my favourite places, bursting with natural beauty burning up, leaving a mountain of ash and the bones of animals in the wake of the fires. I ache for my country. I ache for the lost homes and businesses. I ache for the loss of life. Most of all, I ache for change.