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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

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...events that indicate what...?

Massive jobs boost for Rosyth dockyard
By Leeza Clark
Rosyth dockyard was given a jobs boost yesterday with news of a campaign to bring over 1000 people in to help work on the multi-billion-pound aircraft carrier contract.
Scottish Enterprise launched a three-year, £500,000-plus The Future Is Ship-Shape marketing campaign to boost recruitment numbers for shipbuilding and engineering in Scotland.
It is hoping to attract more than 1000 people to work on the Ministry of Defence’s £3.9 billion project to build the largest ships ever to enter service with the Royal Navy—aircraft carriers HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales.

http://www.thecourier.co.uk/output/2009/01/28/newsstory12561480t0.asp

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Global economy grinds to a stop, according to the International Monetary Fund
David Uren, Economics correspondent | January 28, 2009

THE world economy is at a standstill, with the major developed countries in deep recession, according to leaked forecasts prepared by the International Monetary Fund.
The third downward revision to the IMF's forecasts in the last four months comes as layoffs affecting more than 70,000 workers were announced around the world on Monday.
The IMF is due to release new official economic forecasts before the end of the week. However, a well-sourced report carried by Reuters news agency says it expects global growth of just 0.5per cent this year.
The fund has been struggling to keep up with the rapidly deteriorating world economy, having cut its estimate for world growth next year from 3.8 per cent last April to 3 per cent in October and 2.2 per cent in November.
The latest update anticipates sharply slowing growth in China and India.

http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,24973302-601,00.html

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Canberra rules out U-turn on whaling
Mark Dodd | January 28, 2009
AUSTRALIA has emphatically ruled out backing a return to any form of commercial whaling by Japan, after reports it was involved in a deal to allow Japanese whaling in the North Pacific in return for an end to the annual Southern Ocean hunt.
Two senior government ministers yesterday rejected reports carried in Fairfax newspapers that Canberra was moving to support a new commercial whaling agreement.
Senior officials from the Department of Environment were present at an International Whaling Commission meeting in Britain last month to discuss a reform agenda that included a separate proposal by Japan for coastal whaling.
But Foreign Minister Stephen Smith and Environment Minister Peter Garrett deny the Government has been involved in a secret whaling deal.

http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,24973314-30417,00.html

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Scientists discover immortal jellyfish
Lech Mintowt-Czyz | January 27, 2009
TURRITOPSIS nutricula may be the world's only "immortal" creature.
Jellyfish usually die after propagating but Turritopsis reverts to a sexually immature stage after reaching adulthood and is capable of rejuvenating itself.
The 4-5mm diameter creature, technically known as a hydrozoan, is the only known animal that is capable of reverting to its juvenile polyp state.
Theoretically, this cycle can repeat indefinitely, rendering it potentially immortal.
Found in warm tropical waters Turritopsis is believed to be spreading across the world as ships’ ballast water is discharged in ports.

http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,24968835-30417,00.html

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Imported biofuel a risk to wildlife
Greg Roberts | January 27, 2009
AUSTRALIA is contributing directly to the widespread destruction of tropical rainforests in Indonesia and Malaysia by importing millions of tonnes of taxpayer-subsidised biodiesel made from palm oil.
Imports of the fuel are rising, undermining the Rudd Government's $200 million commitment to reduce deforestation in the region - a problem that globally contributes to 20 per cent of the world's carbon emissions.
The bulldozing of rainforests to make way for palm oil plantations is also putting further pressure on orangutans and other endangered wildlife throughout Southeast Asia. And the Australian biofuels industry says it is struggling to compete with the cheap imports from Asia, which are touted as an environmentally friendly alternative to diesel.

http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,24967830-30417,00.html

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Global warming will create ocean dead zones
January 26, 2009
January 26, 2009
Article from: Agence France-Presse
GLOBAL warming may create "dead zones" in the ocean that would be devoid of fish and seafood and endure for up to two millennia, according to a study published yesterday.
Its authors say deep cuts in the world's carbon emissions are needed to brake a trend capable of wrecking the marine ecosystem and depriving future generations of the harvest of the seas.
In a study published online by the journal Nature Geoscience, scientists in Denmark built a computer model to simulate climate change over the next 100,000 years.

http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,24963717-30417,00.html

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Bid to exhume Galileo's body for DNA
January 23, 2009
Article from: Reuters
ITALIAN and British scientists want to exhume the body of 16th century astronomer Galileo for DNA tests to determine if his severe vision problems may have affected some of his findings.
The scientists told Reuters that DNA tests would help answer some unresolved questions about the health of the man known as the father of astronomy, whom the Vatican condemned for teaching that the earth revolves around the sun.
"If we knew exactly what was wrong with his eyes we could use computer models to recreate what he saw in his telescope," said Paolo Galluzzi, director of the Museum of History and Science in Florence, the city where Galileo is buried.
Galileo, who lived from 1564 to 1642, is known to have had intermittent eye problems for the second half of his life and was totally blind for his last two years.

http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,24951516-30417,00.html

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MEDIA ADVISORY : M09-020
NASA to Hold News Conference about Next Space Shuttle Launch
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- NASA managers have scheduled a news conference at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida for no earlier than 6 p.m. EST on Tuesday, Feb. 3, to discuss the status of the next space shuttle launch. The news conference will begin after the conclusion of the Flight Readiness Review, a meeting to assess preparations for shuttle Discovery's STS-119 mission to the International Space Station.
The review is expected to include the selection of an official launch date. Discovery currently is targeted to launch at 7:32 a.m. on Feb. 12.

http://www.nasa.gov/home/hqnews/2009/jan/HQ_M09-020_STS-119_FRR.html

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