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    Nov 30, 2019:
    • Art that produces sounds in SMA,
    • Grocery store closed for selling 'cuetes' without permission,
    • National Guard rescues a baby lion sent by parcel,
    • One person dead as heavy rains hit northern Mexico,
    • EU Parliament declares 'climate emergency',
    • Is Net Zero Emissions an Impossible Goal?,
    • How Pedialyte Became the Go-To Hangover Cure for Adults,
    • Lovely Weekend.

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    Art that produces sounds, the two exhibitions that from today you can appreciate in San Miguel de Allende Nov 29-Mar 15
    Free exhibition in @bellasartessma Where art becomes sounds. In San Miguel de Allende From today until March.
    "The Encounter with Sound Produces Images" and "Vibrations", the two exhibitions that you cannot miss going to see in Fine Arts of San Miguel de Allende. Today, the Ignacio Ramírez Cultural Center will open 2 exhibitions that will remain for the next few weeks ...
    Art that produces sounds, the two exhibitions that from today you can appreciate in San Miguel de Allende (sp).

    For selling 'cuetes' without permission, PC closes grocery store in the Miguel Hidalgo neighborhood
    Last night, PC of San Miguel de Allende closed a small store where they reported selling 'cuetes'.
    For selling pyrotechnics without permission, a grocery store located on Emiliano Zapata Street in the Miguel Hidalgo neighborhood, was closed yesterday night. After a citizen report made to 911, the Civil Protection Directorate inspected the store, where they found 6 kg of pyrotechnic toys ...
    For selling 'cuetes' without permission, PC closes grocery store in the Miguel Hidalgo neighborhood.

    National Guard rescues a baby lion they sent by parcel from Guanajuato
    By parcel, this is how they sent a small lion cub from a Guanajuato parcel. Elements of the National Guard rescued him when his box with holes was found among the packages that had reached Tijuana and caught the attention of a trained dog. In a statement, the Guard ...
    National Guard rescues a baby lion they sent by parcel from Guanajuato (sp).

    One person dead as heavy rains hit northern Mexico
    Heavy rains from Cold Front No. 18 have killed one person and flooded dozens of communities in Chihuahua, Sinaloa, Sonora and Baja California.

    The death occurred in the municipality of Guadalupe y Calvo, Chihuahua, when a woman was swept away by the current while attempting to cross a flooded stream on Thursday.

    Floods, overflowing rivers and landslides forced the evacuation of 150 people in the municipalities of Batopilas, Chínipas and Urique, triggering a request by Chihuahua Civil Protection for an emergency declaration to obtain federal resources.
    One person dead as heavy rains hit northern Mexico (sp).
    See also: Tragic balance due to heavy rains in Mexico: a woman was dragged by the current in Chihuahua (sp), and, Rains leave flooding and damage in Sinaloa, Sonora and Tijuana (sp).

    EU Parliament declares 'climate emergency'
    European lawmakers have voted to declare an EU-wide climate emergency, in a symbolic move aimed at increasing pressure on the incoming European Commission to take a stronger stance on climate change.

    The climate declaration was passed on Thursday in Strasbourg during a European Parliament (EP) debate on the upcoming United Nations' COP25 climate summit that kicks off December 2 in Madrid.
    EU Parliament declares 'climate emergency'.

    Is Net Zero Emissions an Impossible Goal?
    Water rushes into Venice’s city council chamber just minutes after the local government rejects measures to combat climate change. Wildfires consume eastern Australia as fire danger soars past “severe” and “extreme” to “catastrophic” in parts of New South Wales. Ice levels in the Chukchi Sea, north of Alaska, hit record lows. England sees floods all across the country. And that’s just this week, as I write this.

    Human-caused climate change, and the disasters it brings, are here. In fact, they’re just getting started. What will things be like in another decade, or century?

    It depends on what we do. If our goal is to stop global warming, the best way is to cut carbon emissions now—to zero. The United Kingdom, Denmark, and Norway have passed laws requiring net zero emissions by 2050. Sweden is aiming at 2045. But the biggest emitters—China, the United States, and India—are dragging their heels. So to keep global warming below 2 degrees Celsius over pre-industrial levels by 2100, it’s becoming more and more likely that we’ll need negative carbon emissions. That is, we’ll need to fix the air. We’ll need to suck more carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere than we put in.
    Is Net Zero Emissions an Impossible Goal?

    How Pedialyte Became the Go-To Hangover Cure for Adults
    When discussing Pedialyte’s renaissance with adults, it’s important to remember three things: First, per FDA guidelines, there’s no such thing as a true hangover cure, and because of that rule Abbott cannot market Pedialyte as such -- it’s an “advanced rehydration solution,” per Abbott director of brand marketing Ryan Frank. Second, Pedialyte occupies a perfect middle ground between water and sports drinks, striking a delicate balance between electrolytes and sugar content (sports drinks like Gatorade and Powerade tend to be overtly sugary) and flavor. And third, nothing solves a hangover like time. “I think as far as using Pedialyte, hydrating helps hangovers,” Dr. Alexis Halpern, emergency medicine physician at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, says. “Eating helps, too, but sleep is the best thing. It’s just hard to do sometimes.”
    How Pedialyte Became the Go-To Hangover Cure for Adults.

    Lovely Weekend

    Thanks for reading!
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