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New island on Earth could be the key to finding life in Mars

New island on Earth could be the key to finding life in Mars

Lifestyle
It was announced today at the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) that the new island of Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha'apai is a natural lab to study life in Mars. The volcanic island of Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’apai, surfaced from the Pacific Ocean two years ago in 2015, and has been gradually transforming due to erosion until a few months ago when its shape stabilised. The island grew out of the Hunga Volcano,  a 1.3km-high mountain that is submerged in the southwest Pacific at the Tonga archipelago. Scientists at NASA are thoroughly studying the changes happening in the new island because they believe this island is similar to geological processes taking place in Mars. This study is crucial to understand if life is possible on the Red Planet. Volcanic processes ofte

A choir will warm you up ’tis season at Leicester Square

Arts, Christmas, culture, Culture, Exhibition, Lifestyle, Religion, Travel, Uncategorized
Busking away every Saturday morning on the Leicester Square is the band of Jesus’s very own army from the God’s Vision Church at the heart of central London. Their singing may not the most polished of sounds, as most of them are seeing the lyrics for the first time, but that is exactly their purpose: to simply sing out their passion for the love of Christ and spread its joy. Led by Pastor Young-joo Lee, the team of singing evangelists sacrifice their morning snoozes and Saturday brunches to inform, sing aloud and pray for the city of London. As choir sings the contemporary Christian tunes to the acoustic guitar, a glance at the individual faces tells you that while they would never find themselves on stage for anything, being together in faith with the rest of their Christian community
Insta-spiration works: why you should follow these UK fitness Instagrammers for 2018

Insta-spiration works: why you should follow these UK fitness Instagrammers for 2018

Health & Fitness, Lifestyle
Writing | Stephany Malcolm Subbing | Kate Reichardt 2018 is fast approaching us, and although it’s not quite the time to reach for the sun cream… well-being is a major focus this year for Londoners. Gone are the days of fast food on work breaks; this year sees more avocados, protein shakes, and fitness apps than ever. Ironic as it seems, behind the screen seems to be a great starting point for get-goers who seek daily inspiration, and who spend the little free time they have on Instagram. If you are trying to avoid cheesy fitness DVD’s and dangerous dieting plans this year. Here are some Instagram accounts to follow for inspiration and tips. We’ve covered influencers from London who can tell you  everything there is to know about nutrition, cardio, muscle growth, fitness gear and
Chamberlayne Sunday’s: 5 fabulous things to do on one street

Chamberlayne Sunday’s: 5 fabulous things to do on one street

Lifestyle
Achieve more than your usual Netflix binge this Sunday... Sandwiched neatly between Queen's Park and Kensal Green, Chamberlayne Road is the perfect cluster of delis, boutiques and pubs. Keep reading to discover a quintessential slice of everything North-West London has to offer, and how to cram all its best bits into your Sunday. https://www.instagram.com/p/9oCgM6AH6U/?hl=en&tagged=minkiesdeli Get breakfast at: Minkies Treat yourself with: A full English. With a twist. This really is the best, tried-and-tested fry-up you can bag yourself on Chamberlayne Road. Labelled by Vogue in 2012 as 'the coolest deli in North London', Minkie's serves treats and eats all of kinds from an unusual-looking cafe called the Glasshouse. Outside the cafe a good range of outdoor seating is ava
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