January 18, 2020

18 Jan 2020 Weather in Cayman

18 Jan Sat 2020 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Fresh easterly winds and rough seas continue as a high pressure system over the eastern USA which supports a tight pressure gradient across the northwest Caribbean. Radar images show isolated showers in and around the Cayman area that are moving towards the west. Humidity: 65% (DOWN from […]

RBC Royal Bank to officially unveil Cayman’s first digitally-enabled ‘branch of the future’

January 17, 2020 (George Town, Grand Cayman) — On Monday, January 20, RBC Royal Bank will unveil its new ‘digitally-enabled branch of the future’ in George Town. The new innovative branch design combines traditional banking services while showcasing the world-class digital and mobile banking platforms offered by RBC.  Remarks will be delivered by Joe Olivier, Chairman of […]

Doomsday Clock Update – Major 1/23 announcement set by scientists, former world leaders

“DOOMSDAY CLOCK” UPDATE SCHEDULED FOR JANUARY 23 IN WASHINGTON, D.C. Announcement Comes As Nuclear, Climate, and Tech Issues Dominate An Unsettled World Stage; Experienced World Leaders to Join Bulletin Experts on Climate and Nuclear Warfare. WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists will host a live international news conference at 10 a.m. EST/1500 GMT […]

Guide to e-nails and dab rigs

If you have been vaping for some time now, you will probably be familiar with dab rigs and e-nails. If you haven’t used these together yet, it may be time to start doing so. As they can be incredibly effective and produce an experience that is both enjoyable and efficient. To help you understand why […]

17 Jan 2020 Weather in Cayman

17 Jan Fri 2020 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Strong easterly winds and rough seas will continue over the next 24 hours as a strong high pressure system lingers over the southeast United States. Humidity: 76% (Same as yesterday)UV: 6.8 HIGH (Same as yesterday)Temperature: Today’s expected temperatures – 78°F to 85°F. Yesterday: H 85.1°F L 77.7°F Winds: […]

Oldest material on Earth

The oldest material on Earth has been found in a meteorite By Ashley Strickland From CNN Fifty years ago, a meteorite fell to Earth and landed in Australia, carrying with it a rare sample from interstellar space. A new analysis of the meteorite revealed stardust that formed between five to seven billion years ago. That […]

Destinations ruined by tourists

By Ben Mack From Business Insider The 2010s saw more people traveling than ever before, according to The Guardian’s report on recent figures from the World Tourism Organization. But millions upon millions of people going on adventures has put pressure on numerous destinations. Some, like Venice, have long been affected by overtourism, but others like Dubrovnik, Croatia, are facing new […]

Cayman: YMCA Leaders for Youth Conference THIS Saturday (18)

From Cayman YMCA The final schedule for Saturday’s conference is attached below.  We will have Councillor Barbara Connolly from the Ministry of Education joining us for the official opening which begins at 8:30am.  NOTE: It is St. Ignatius School Hall for the opening and the various sessions will take place in the classrooms and on […]

More studies link vaping to asthma, COPD

From Newsmax Lung illnesses and deaths from vaping have been grabbing headlines for months, and now two new studies offer fresh evidence pointing to long-term respiratory concerns. The studies link the use of electronic cigarettes to asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). “These studies add to the body of evidence on the relationship between […]

‘Alarming’ one in five deaths due to sepsis

By James Gallagher From BBC One in five deaths around the world is caused by sepsis, also known as blood poisoning, shows the most comprehensive analysis of the condition. The report estimates 11 million people a year are dying from sepsis – more than are killed by cancer. The researchers at the University of Washington […]