December 15, 2019

Mars ‘water ice’

NASA finds ‘water ice’ just below the surface of Mars By Georgina Torbet From engadget The ice could be reached with a shovel, experts say. To explore the solar system beyond our planet, one important factor is the ability to locate water which can be used for drinking and for creating rocket fuel. To assist […]

How to be more eco-friendly at home

The world is changing and now more than ever, we need to make sure that we are doing what we can to save it. Some people are taking great strides towards being more eco-friendly around the house while others are not doing anything. If we don’t help now, we might just run out of time […]

Draw delivers matchups for 2020 Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League Round of 16 Matches

The elite club competition that crowns the regional champion will begin play the third week of February Miami (Monday, December 9, 2018) – The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) today conducted the official draw for the 2020 Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League, at the historic University of the Cloister of Sor […]

Prolonged sitting raises health risks

By Dr. Mehmet Oz and Dr. Mike Roizen, MDs, From Newsmax Extreme movie mavens brag about watching “Fanny and Alexander,” which clocks in at more than five hours long, and “West of the Tracks,” with a runtime of nine-plus hours. And they are bested by intrepid fans who go to see “La Flor,” an 807-minute […]

12 Dec 2019 Weather in Cayman

12 Dec Thu 2019 Weather in CaymanSYNOPSIS Moderate to fresh east to northeast winds and seas are expected to continue for the next 24 hours as a stationary cold front in the Gulf of Mexico increases the pressure gradient across the Northwest Caribbean. Radar images show isolated showers in and around the Cayman area which […]

Cayman: Walkers hosts annual career fair

Grand Cayman, December 2019  On 19 November 2019, Walkers welcomed more than 70 students, parents and faculty members from multiple high schools and tertiary institutions in the Cayman Islands to its annual career fair in George Town. Students from Clifton Hunter High School, Triple C School, Grace Christian Academy, Cayman Academy, John Gray High School, […]

Cayman Heart Fund and Crighton Properties donates AED to Academy Sports Club

(Grand Cayman, December 11, 2019) With the help of Crighton Properties, Cayman Heart Fund recently donated an automatic external defibrillator (AED) to one of the Cayman Islands largest youth football clubs. Having the AED onsite will now mean that the local football club has access to equipment in the case of emergencies which could literally […]

Arctic oil drilling, more than a challenge 2020

By Claudia Jeffrey It has been expected that there are 90 billion oil barrels discovered so far in the arctic region. It is relatively equal to 6% of the overall known reserves of oil in the world. As compared to oil, natural gas has more potential. Where oil is only 6% of the total reserves of […]

Design homework on sidewalk

Your Design Homework is on the Sidewalk By Christopher Schwarz From Core77 Local historic architecture can improve your design skills. Hit the bricks this weekend to jump start your education. Though I am a furniture maker, many of my design cues come from architecture. Thousands of years before furniture became commonplace amongst all corners of […]

Study: Aspirin more helpful against migraines than realized

From Newsmax A cheap, century-old drug in most Americans’ medicine cabinets — aspirin — may come to the rescue for people suffering from migraines, a new study finds. While there are effective prescription medications, many migraine patients in the United States don’t have access to them due to limited access to doctors or good insurance, […]