Its nearly 400 feet tall and works around the clock listening to signals which can help us better understand our universe. Its comprised of these white panels, about 100 meters wide, and the location employs about 100 staff members. GBT Director says the Telescope has played a huge role collecting significant information about the life of stars and events happening in space.”.
This research explores visiting other people’s gardens for leisure in order to deepen our understanding of how garden visiting is experienced as an occupation.Method: Seven people aged between 60 and 81 years old who considered themselves fully retired were interviewed whilst walking through parks and public gardens. Thematic analysis with inductive coding was used to analyse the data.Findings: Four themes emerged: time and wellbeing, embodied wellbeing, being part of a gardening community and pondering the creator.Conclusion: Garden visiting is a complex occupation which brings far reaching benefits to individuals and communities. Garden visiting also has important implications for increasing wellbeing by grounding people in the present and promoting sensory engagement..
This narrative of Indian billionaires brings me to the game, most likely of Indian origin, of snakes and ladders. We have been hearing only about the ladders everything in Indian seems to be going up, up, up: the Sensex (here, again, delirious joy among the elites and climbers), the growth rate of the economy, the onslaught of cars on the road, and, of course, the number of billionaires. Where there are ladders, however, there are also bound to be snakes.
“I thought it was the right time to give Jonathan Kodjia an opportunity,” Smith said after replacing Wesley at 0 1 down with 20 minutes to go. Three minutes later Fleck added a second, though, and the game was all but gone. Prior to Sheffield United, Wesley had played every single minute with head coach Smith reluctant to give Kodjia a minute of Premier League action but, on Saturday, that all changed, which begs a question: is Smith losing patience with Wesley? The Brazilian stretched his goal drought to nine and, once again, was far too deep at times as his team mates desperately looked for an out ball to alleviate relentless Blades pressure.