‘Our worst nightmares are being realized’: Experts say First Nations need more power to save B.C. salmon

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China Central Bank Claims to Have Closed Majority of Lending Platforms and 173 Cryptocurrency Entities

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What If the Sun Was Twice Smaller



You've probably never thought how much the way you live on Earth depends on the size of the Sun! The Sun is a yellow dwarf: a perfect sphere of scorching plasma, generating a magnetic field 24/7. Despite being called a dwarf, its mass is 330,000 times bigger than that of the Earth! And the diameter of this giant is more than 864,000 miles! But what if it became a red dwarf? First of all, red dwarf stars are much colder than yellow dwarfs. So the climate all over the planet would be getting colder and colder, and it would become impossible to live too close to the North and the South poles. And quite soon, half of the planet would turn into an icy desert… Other videos you might like:
What If the Sun Never Went Down Again https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmSH93wXbFU&
What If Just One Planet Disappeared from the Solar System https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFAvLx6kZUM&
What If Megalodon Sharks Didn't Go Extinct? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xh6pVbaEJTw& TIMESTAMPS:
The end of life… 1:57
What happened to gravity… 3:45
… and where did all the planets drift away? 4:30
Our new home 6:09
How we live there 7:48 #space #planets #brightside SUMMARY:
– It happened many centuries ago: something went wrong, and our star started to lose its mass.
– When our Sun turned into a red dwarf, it meant the end of life on our native planet, Earth. – Sadly, Earth turned out to be out of the Sun's habitable zone. The climate all over the planet was getting colder and colder, and astronomers' forecasts were getting grimmer.
– Quite soon, half of the planet turned into an icy desert. People had huge problems with food and other resources.
– Every next day was darker than the previous one. Dimmer sun meant that plants didn't have enough light to convert it into energy. – Since the Sun was becoming smaller, its gravitational pull on our planet was getting weaker. – Finally, our beautiful Earth turned into a lifeless chunk of rock covered with a thick layer of ice. – With the Sun turned into a red dwarf, the Solar System we had known disappeared. – Saturn and especially Jupiter used to partially protect smaller planets, including Earth, from asteroids! – Plus, thanks to gas giants, small space objects that still managed to sneak past them got ejected out of the Solar System faster. – And talking about the planet humans inhabit these days… it's Mercury. This planet is the closest to the Sun and the smallest in the Solar System.
– The ice-covered polar regions of the planet are in permanent darkness. It makes these areas incredibly cold. – Don't think that our new home was overjoyed to see us. We had tons of different, often unpredictable problems and obstacles. – Mercury still doesn't have any breathable atmosphere. That's why I can't take a relaxed stroll outside with my pooch.
– We live in towns covered with protective domes and go outside only after putting on a special suit.
– We also have to be very careful with the Sun's radiation. Yes, the star isn't as big or as bright as before, but it still emits enough radiation to end your life should you step outside without special protection. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Putting Children at the Center of Africa-China Poverty Reduction and Development Cooperation Agenda

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Why Public Toilets Don’t Have Lids



Ugh, standing in line for the bathroom. Waiting your turn to a cacophony of flushes, stalls slamming open and closed, hand dryers blowing, and…other sounds. And why are some public bathrooms so stinky? Well, one reason is that the toilets in most public bathrooms don’t have lids, so the aroma lets loose. Could it be that city planners want the smell to chase you away, thereby speeding up the line? Is that why public toilets don’t have lids? Other videos you might like:
Close One Eye When You Go to the Toilet at Night https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCxXn73JVwc&
Are Public Toilets As Safe As You Think? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1LHIlhR6zo&
13 Hygiene Things We Learnt to Do Wrong https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMuAcGV8TJw& TIMESTAMPS:
What to do if you drop your phone… down there 0:47 The best reason not to have a lid on a public toilet 🚽 2:59
Keep an eye on your pet! 🐱 3:34
What ancient Rome’s public bathrooms were like 4:24
Exploding toilets 💥 4:52 #publictoilet #hygiene #brightside SUMMARY:
– Lids keep you from getting sprayed when you flush! They also prevent stuff in your pockets, like your keys, from falling in. – At home, things like toothbrushes and medication are way better off bouncing against a lid than falling down the hole. Luckily, in public bathrooms there’s less of a chance of this, as the sink is usually in a separate location.
– Lids can be icky and we spread germs by touching icky things and then absent-mindedly touching something else, like our food or our face. – Another reason we have lids on toilets is to protect our pets. hat goes double for public bathrooms, which battle those germs we talked about with powerful chemicals.
– Ancient Rome’s public bathrooms were simply long wooden benches with several holes that patrons would sit over.
– Sometimes the toilets exploded! These explosions happened because the things that dropped into the toilets contained a mixture of hydrogen and sulfide: making a boom-boom!
– Romans weren’t the first to install public toilets—that honor belongs to the ancient city of Crete. Flourishing and flushing as far back as 3000 BCE, Cretans developed ground floor latrines that flushed by means of an overhead reservoir.
– After Crete, flush toilets disappeared until 1851, when an exhibition in London charged patrons a penny for the honor. – Lids cost a lot to replace, and they need to be replaced a lot! Believe it or not, people steal them! – And when the lids aren’t stolen, they break! Hinges are a weak spot on any toilet seat and, if the bathroom is busy, hinges get a lot of use—some of it rough.
– Every city has a budget, and spending a lot of tax-payer money on tougher toilet seats is a hard sell. It’s easier to just remove the lids altogether. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Public Toilets Rarely Have Lids



Ugh, standing in line for the bathroom. Waiting your turn to a cacophony of flushes, stalls slamming open and closed, hand dryers blowing, and…other sounds. And why are some public bathrooms so stinky? Well, one reason is that the toilets in most public bathrooms don’t have lids, so the aroma lets loose. Could it be that city planners want the smell to chase you away, thereby speeding up the line? Is that why public toilets don’t have lids? Other videos you might like:
Close One Eye When You Go to the Toilet at Night https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCxXn73JVwc&
Are Public Toilets As Safe As You Think? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1LHIlhR6zo&
13 Hygiene Things We Learnt to Do Wrong https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMuAcGV8TJw& TIMESTAMPS:
What to do if you drop your phone… down there 0:47 The best reason not to have a lid on a public toilet 🚽 2:59
Keep an eye on your pet! 🐱 3:34
What ancient Rome’s public bathrooms were like 4:24
Exploding toilets 💥 4:52 #publictoilet #hygiene #brightside SUMMARY:
– Lids keep you from getting sprayed when you flush! They also prevent stuff in your pockets, like your keys, from falling in. – At home, things like toothbrushes and medication are way better off bouncing against a lid than falling down the hole. Luckily, in public bathrooms there’s less of a chance of this, as the sink is usually in a separate location.
– Lids can be icky and we spread germs by touching icky things and then absent-mindedly touching something else, like our food or our face. – Another reason we have lids on toilets is to protect our pets. hat goes double for public bathrooms, which battle those germs we talked about with powerful chemicals.
– Ancient Rome’s public bathrooms were simply long wooden benches with several holes that patrons would sit over.
– Sometimes the toilets exploded! These explosions happened because the things that dropped into the toilets contained a mixture of hydrogen and sulfide: making a boom-boom!
– Romans weren’t the first to install public toilets—that honor belongs to the ancient city of Crete. Flourishing and flushing as far back as 3000 BCE, Cretans developed ground floor latrines that flushed by means of an overhead reservoir.
– After Crete, flush toilets disappeared until 1851, when an exhibition in London charged patrons a penny for the honor. – Lids cost a lot to replace, and they need to be replaced a lot! Believe it or not, people steal them! – And when the lids aren’t stolen, they break! Hinges are a weak spot on any toilet seat and, if the bathroom is busy, hinges get a lot of use—some of it rough.
– Every city has a budget, and spending a lot of tax-payer money on tougher toilet seats is a hard sell. It’s easier to just remove the lids altogether. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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