Domingo 31 de agosto de 1997. 12:30 a.m. La noticia dejó sin aliento a todos. La Princesa Diana de Gales y su pareja, Dodi al Fayed, sufrieron un aparatoso accidente a las 12:23 de la madrugada en el túnel Place de l’Alma de París, en la margen derecha del Sena. De los cuatro ocupantes del auto sólo uno sobrevivió: el guardaespaldas Trevor Rees-Jones, que viajaba de copiloto en la parte delantera del Mercedes S280, y el único que llevaba cinturón de seguridad . El carro, en el que también viajaba Henri Paul al volante, se estrelló a 105 kilómetros por hora contra el decimotercer pilar del túnel. Minutos antes era perseguido por una horda de paparazzi. Lady Di es trasladada al hospital, donde fallece a las 4:05 de la madrugada.
The mutation was also present in our evolutionary "cousins" - the Neanderthals and Denisovans. However, it is not found in humans' closest living relatives, the chimpanzees. As early humans evolved, they developed larger and more complex brains, which can process and store a lot of information. Last year, scientists pinpointed a human gene that they think was behind the expansion of a key brain region known as the neocortex. They believe the gene arose about five or six million years ago, after the human line had split off from chimpanzees. Now, researchers have found a tiny DNA change - a point mutation - that appears to have changed the function of the gene, sparking the process of expansion of the neocortex.
Rich is relative. Maybe you think it means being in the top 1% of earners in some of the wealthiest cities in the US. Maybe it means being able to buy a flashy mansion or spend your life flitting from luxury vacation to luxury vacation. But former investment banker Kristin Addis told Business Insider she feels richer earning about 40% of her previous six-figure salary while she travels the world. Nick and Dariece Swift, who also left their jobs to make a fraction of their former income, said theyÂ´re happier earning less. The self-made millionaire stars of ´West Texas Investor´s Club´ say their relationships are more valuable than the money they earn.
Después de felicitar y exaltar a la escuela y a todos los que trabajan en ella, este padre dijo: Cuando no hay agentes externos que interfieran con la naturaleza, el orden natural de las cosas alcanza la perfección.
Ando, Green Tiffin, Sprig: No, these aren’t the newest Noble Houses in Westeros, though their existence is nearly as mysterious as the world of Game of Thrones. These are three of the country’s most popular digital restaurants — restaurants that exist to serve food only via delivery. Increasingly, consumers are turning to delivery for their meals over take-out or dining out. This has been a growing trend for the past few years, but the recent announcement that one such startup, FoodChéri, has raised more than $6,700,000 suggests it’s a global trend, and one that’s worth millions. In fact, there’s probably a lot more lush Silicon Valley-based venture capitalist money headed to the delivery-only sector. FoodChéri bills itself as a company that caters to busy professionals in and near Paris, delivering some 1,000 ready-to-heat meals per day. It’s not a restaurant in the traditional sense; hungry customers can’t, for instance, pay a visit to FoodChéri and grab a table for two. What they can do is place an order for a meal that, like at a restaurant, is prepared by a chef, and have it delivered to their home or office. This puts it in the same vein as delivery-only American startups like Munchery, or the UK-based EatFirst.