What do you call a remarkably ornamental plant that produces an obscure yet desirable international commodity plus a wide array of useful products like seed meal, cooking oil, coffee alternative, fruity beverage, natural food coloring agent, organic pectin, medicinal herbage, and strong hemp like fibers? Most English speaking people call this plant Roselle, but around the world it is known by many names including Rosa de Jamaica, Florida Cranberry, Red Sorrell, Jelly Okra, Karkad, and Bissap (bee sap), just to name a few. But if you are a producer living in an area with a long growing season, you might wind up calling roselle a money maker. For such a desirable crop, most people in Europe and North America know roselle only by taste.
Oh the shaken, modern humanity. Nothing shocking here, this 100 per cent Tempranilloparfait of silky chocolate, mixed berries, vanilla and wood chips. Finds parity in biting red cherry flavour. The other Beatles and sometimes, Lennon himself remembered things differently. “It was later put around that I betrayed our leather image,” Paul McCartney said in “,” “but, as I recall, I didn’t actually have to drag anyone to the tailors.” George Harrison said that “with black T shirts, black leather gear and sweaty, we did look like hooligans. ..
Most games are still improving on a couple of simple models, and the only games that people really seem to revisit are ones so simple they can be improved on (Tetris is a perfect game, if not a particularly deep piece of art) or truly different in a way that hasn been met since (people are still getting into Portal a decade later.) The design of most video games means that more depth, points of interest, and complexity make the game more fun, which means more processing power will always improve the game. If nothing else, this is because most video games are simulations of reality, and reality is always more complex than the computer. I fully enjoyed the most recent Hitman, but still ran up against points where the game logic interfered with my intuition about how the world works, and the next iteration with better tech will inevitably improve on it.
On October 19th, 2017, the Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid Response System 1 (Pan STARRS 1) telescope in Hawaii announced the first ever detection of an interstellar asteroid I/2017 U1 (aka. ‘Oumuamua). Originally though to be a comet, follow up observations conducted by the European Southern Observatory (ESO) and others confirmed that ‘Oumuamua was actually a rocky body that had originated outside of our Solar System..