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Mick Fanning announces return to world surfing tour

Mick Fanning has announced a fulltime return to the world surfing tour. He took a sabbatical and competed only part time last year following the death of his brother, Peter, the end of his marriage and the angst caused by his shark encounter at South Africa’s Jeffreys Bay. The first event of his comeback will be the Quiksilver Pro on the Gold Coast next week. “I’ve decided to come back to competition full time and do the tour this season,” Fanning said in a statement released by the World Surf League. “It was nice to have 2016 off somewhat...

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Mistakes are the proof that you are trying so don’t afraid

Always remember your best teacher is your mistakes. It is perfectly ok to make mistakes because only people who dare, try, and persevere, complete tasks and achieve success. Keep one thing in mind don’t carry your mistakes around with you instead place them under your feet and use them as stepping stone. It is so comfortable to be passive, make no effort, and stick to the familiar. However, by doing so, we allow external influences shape your life. Daring, trying new things, and making changes, seem intimidating. It is more comfortable to suffer, complain, and stay in the same...

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Boeing is planning to automate the production and operation of satellites

Aerospace company Boeing is all set to bring revolution in satellites development. The company is planning to build the satellite that focus on automating the process and making it easier to ramp production as well as increase efficiency. This new process involves the use of modular 3D- printed parts and need less manpower. Isn’t great!!!By taking this step Aerospace is attempting to create a future where costs are driven down on one hand and could stand out against the other private players present in the market on the other hand. Talking about the new process Beoing’s satellite business lead...

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Canada launches consultations on free trade with China

Nowadays, the federal government seeking input from businesses, individuals, labor unions, indigenous groups, civil society organizations and provincial as well as territorial governments because its planning to launch consultations on a potential free trade agreement with china. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang announced the beginning of exploratory discussions in September. Canada considered china as its second-largest single-nation trading partner, after the United States. A notice from Global Affairs reads, “A potential free trade agreement with China could result in economic gains for Canada by creating opportunities for Canadian firms. Canadians may have concerns about China,...

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Catalyst adds fluorine-containing groups to make new compounds

Drugs that contain one or more fluorine atoms tend to be more stable, more powerful, and easier for the body to absorb. For those reasons, drug developers would like to be able to incorporate fluorine or a fluorine-containing unit known as trifluoromethyl into new experimental drugs, but this has been very difficult to do. Now, a team of chemists at MIT and Boston College has discovered a new type of catalyst that can incorporate a trifluoromethyl group within a variety of organic molecules. The availability of these exceptionally efficient and selective catalysts should allow researchers to rapidly generate potential...

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