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Black Mesa: Xen Preview: Fixing the weakest part of Half-Life 1

Share. Valve-approved fan remake to correct Half-Life's Lone bug. By Ryan McCaffrey Many gamers consider Half-Life 2 Valve's biggest hit and one of the best games ever made. I have always preferred the original half-life. With no respect for Alyx, Dog or the gravity cannon, the mystery of the Black Mesa facility, the slow onion peeling of one weird layer …

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The personal income of the USA falls; weakest issues since 2009

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US personal income fell in January for the first time in over three years, as dividends and interest payments declined. This points to moderate growth in consumer spending, having fallen the most since December in December. FILE PHOTO: A customer pays her lunch bill at the Other Side Cafe in Boston, Massachusetts, in this file photo taken …

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The weakest sperm left behind at reproductive paths behind reproductive pathways finds studies

Women's reproductive organs are shaped to reject weaker sperm so that only the fastest candidates can be found through a series of "gates," Cornell University researchers have found – or "strictures" – during the fastest and most challenging ones strongest swimmers could withstand the incoming flow and push their way through the opening. "Strictures in the spermatic swimming channel play …

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Xi Jinping begins his most important year at his weakest point

Just a few months earlier, he was named Secretary-General of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the country's most powerful position. Now he had a second term as President of the Nation and secured the abolition of the term limits for the post, which enabled him to rule for life. Only two members of the National People's Congress voted against the …

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British economy in its weakest growth since 2012

image copyright PA Caption The influence of the "Beast from the East" weather front is "relatively low", according to the ONS The United Kingdom economy grew at a slow pace in the first quarter of the year, according to the National Statistics Office (ONS). GDP growth was 0.1% after 0.4% in the previous quarter, driven by a sharp decline in …

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The Gulf Stream is currently the weakest in 1,600 years, studies show

the current of the Gulf Stream is the weakest in 1,600 years, studies show Global warming has taken everything. It has influenced the lives of humans and other organisms. Now it is taking down the Atlantic Meridional Recirculation (Amoc), also known as the "current" of the Gulf Stream. The Amoc carries the warm water north to the North Pole. There …

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The Gulf Stream is currently the weakest in 1,600 years, studies show

This story was originally published on April 13, 2018 in the Guardian. The warm Atlantic current, which was associated with strong and abrupt changes in the climate in the past, is now the weakest in the last 1,600 years, as new research shows. The results, based on several lines of scientific evidence, challenge earlier predictions that a catastrophic collapse of …

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Streams of the Gulf Stream on the weakest level since 1600 years: study

The warm Atlantic Current plays an important role in our climate and a new study suggests that the electricity has reached its lowest level in 1,600 years. The researchers added that the current is weaker by nearly 15 percent compared to its strength around 400 AD. This could mean extreme winter in Western Europe. Previously, researchers had estimated that the …

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Ocean's Vital Gulf Stream system is the weakest in 1,600 years, scientists say

A key current in the ocean cycle of the planet, including the Gulf Stream, is the weakest for at least 1,600 years, according to a new study, a decline that could increase the impact of climate change. Two studies published In the Nature magazine, this week's global ocean currents known as "Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation" (AMOC) have fallen 15 percent …

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