Physicists and cosmologists estimate that there are a mind-boggling 100 billion galaxies in the universe with an infinite number of planets and stars and with similar statistically improbable chances of finding the right conditions to sustain life — not too hot and not too cold, but just right (otherwise known as the “Goldilocks Zone”). read more
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Last month, after weeks upon weeks of negotiations, customer service workers at Air Canada left their jobs and picked up pickets. Employees were frustrated that a resolution to disputes over wages, pensions and benefits couldn’t be reached. The strike, which the carrier said didn’t affect services, began at 11:59 p.m. on a Monday night. It was resolved by that Thursday.
At a recent air cargo symposium, outgoing International Air Transport Association (IATA) Director General Giovanni Bisignani announced the organization’s cargo agenda for 2011. The goals, he said, are to “catch up” on using technology, improve safety and security and implement quality standards.