While apes can learn sign language and communicate using it, they have never attempted to learn new knowledge by asking a question. They don't realize that humans or other apes can know things they don't. It's a concept that separates mankind from apes.
This is a classic, easy pumpkin soup as my grandmother used to make it. You don't need any special ingredients, just the basics. Especially near Halloween, there’s nothing better than dunking a chunk of bread into a damping bowl of creamy pumpkin soup.
Now what ingredients do you need?
1 kg / 2 lb pumpkin (any)
1 garlic clove
4 cups / 1L water
2 blocks of dry-cooked broth (chicken or vegetable)
some olive oil
Adjust all ingredients to the total weight of your peeled pumpkin.
Some background on the Tie Interceptor
The TIE/IN starfighter, simply known as TIE Interceptor is identifiable by its arrow-shaped solar collection panels, a distinct difference from the hexagonal solar arrays of its brother, the TIE Fighter. The Interceptor is one of the fastest starfighters in the galaxy, rivaling the Alliance's RZ-1 A-wing interceptor.
Some background on the Tie Fighter
The TIE Fighter is manufactured by Sienar Fleet Systems. The TIE/LN's engine is one of the most precisely manufactured propulsion systems in the galaxy and, with no moving parts, it's also low-maintenance. The lack of combat shields, hyperdrive, and life-support systems,together with the advanced engine design, reduces the mass of the fighter and conferres exceptional speed and maneuverability. This also makes them both inexpensive and quick to replace. Primary armament is a pair of L-s1 laser cannons, coupled with a powerful sensor suite.
Some background on the Tie Bomber
The TIE/sa bomber is designed by Sienar Fleet Systems for use in the military of the Galactic Empire. As a light bomber, it's part of the TIE line of starfighters, distinguished by their twin ion engines and solar collector panels. The bomber measures 7.9 meters long, 10.6 meters wide, and 5.4 meters high and has a bluish gray paintscheme.
In this article we follow the Chianti Wine Route or Chiantigiana (SR 222) throughout one of Italy's most beautiful and charming regions. The road swings through the Tuscan hills of the Chianti Classico wine region along thousands of hectares of vineyards, all of which produce the Chianti Classico DOCG (the highest classification for Chianti). We leave in Florence and drive along the many picturesque villages to Siena.
The Alsace wine route or route des vins d'Alsace twist through the valleys near the Franco-German border. Although the route itself is not that long, there is much to experience and taste in the many picturesque towns and villages we will pass. This route is ideal for gourmet excursions.
Just like we did location hunting in our Star wars Tunisia special, this article will focus on the saga's last installment: The Last Jedi. The exotic planets that come to life in theatres are based on real life locations. Most of the movie was shot in Pinewoord Studio's near London, but many outdoor scenes are filmed on location. Here is an overview.
Hint: Open a new tab showing Google Maps next to this page. Copy/paste the given Lat/Long coordinates in Google map's searchbox to see the Star Wars locations on a map.
Skellig Michael, Ireland as Ahch-To
Lat/Long coordinates 51.771550, -10.542210
A Koala might look like an adorable cute litte teddy bear, in reality it is one of the dumbest species, one that has never heard of survival of the fittest. In fact it’s almost a miracle they are not already extinct today. Here is why: