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Elections Coahuila 2021 |  Safer, ideal Saltillo in 20 years, according to a survey carried out by Vanguardia
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Elections Coahuila 2021 | Safer, ideal Saltillo in 20 years, according to a survey carried out by Vanguardia

According to a survey carried out by VANGUARDIA, the ideal Saltillo in 20 years is safer and with more development opportunities for its inhabitants.VANGDATA, the data analysis department of this medium, carried out the exercise in which it asked inhabitants of the capital of Coahuila: how do you imagine the ideal Saltillo in 20 years? The most recurrent answer, with 25 percent of the results, was "safer"; followed by "with more development opportunities", with 19 percent; and with "better infrastructure, roads", with 18 percent.Specifically in terms of security, the ideal Saltillo in 20 years is a city in which its police elements guarantee the protection of human rights of the population.When asked: what would you like to see in Saltillo in 20 years in terms of security? 65 percent of ...
How to embroider barbecue burgers
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How to embroider barbecue burgers

Hitting the right spot on a barbecued hamburger by eye is more difficult than shooting a penalty with a helium balloon. If you are guided by the external appearance, when you remove it, it may be raw inside; if you open it, you load it, and it is not highly recommended to trust legends like "it is well done when it has the texture of your thumb if you join it with the middle finger" (a thesis supported by a single source: Times New Roman) . Weber gas barbecues they incorporate a much more scientific device to control the cooking of hamburgers: the thermal probe. This device, which can be connected to the mobile phone, alerts you to the exact temperature that the inside of the meat reaches: it is undercooked between 55 and 60 degrees, to the point between 60 and 65 or made between 65 an...
Tezanos publishes as a "methodological survey" the survey that the CIS did for the 4-M breaking the law
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Tezanos publishes as a "methodological survey" the survey that the CIS did for the 4-M breaking the law

The public body was asking voters until the day before the elections after failing in all its electoral analysisJos Flix Tezanos, president of the CIS.POOLThe CIS culminated this Thursday its controversial role in the regional elections in Madrid by publishing as a "methodological survey" the survey it carried out during the last days of the campaign, skipping the Electoral Law.The public body chaired by the socialist Jos Flix Tezanos He first published a survey totally different from the other demographic works, in which he pointed to a tie between the forces of the right and the left, and then he updated that same study under the format he calls "CIS flash" to insist on that idea. In neither case were the traditional dates followed by the Center respected: the first, which is usually pu...
The penultimate polls: no spins since Friday and about to be banned
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The penultimate polls: no spins since Friday and about to be banned

Good Morning! Today I am writing to you with news about the elections in Madrid and their polls. The first thing: we have published a Metroscopy survey with interviews until this very Monday. According to that survey, right now the seats would be distributed more or less like this: PP 59, PSOE 28, Más Madrid 25, Vox 13 and Unidos Podemos 11. In my analysis of the data, I highlight three main keys: (1) the right continues with an advantage, (2) More Madrid continues to rise in the campaign and (3) surprises are still possible. The Metroscopia survey places the sum of PP and Vox at 51% of the vote and leaves about 45% to the left. Those three points of difference give the majority to the right, which would be around 72 seats (three more than necessary for an absolute majority). It's a f...
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We Finally Have a Complete View of The Resonance Dust Ring of Venus

A wispy ring of dust that circles the Sun along the orbital path of Venus has just been revealed in the most detail yet, thanks to instruments carried by the Parker Solar Probe.  The pristine, white-light images, taken from inside the orbit of Venus, show the ring in almost its entirety. This is vital data for understanding this ring, and the dynamics of the Solar System and its gravitational interactions."This is the first time that a circumsolar dust ring in the inner Solar System could be revealed in its full glory in 'white light' images," said astronomer Guillermo Stenborg of the US Naval Research Laboratory. "I find that pretty special."(Stenborg et al.)The Solar System is a truly dusty place. The whole thing formed from dust (and gas); much of the dust got integrated into planets a...
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China's Mars Probe Just Sent Haunting Photos of The Red Planet

China's Mars probe, Tianwen-1, has been hanging around Mars in a parking orbit for nearly two whole months now, preparing for its rover landing in May.But it's not just sitting there in orbit twiddling its antennae. The probe is surveying the planet, orbiting closer, checking out the mission's chosen rover landing site - and sending back some amazing images of our dusty planetary friend.  On March 16 and March 18, the spacecraft took two panoramic photographs with its medium-resolution camera of a crescent Mars viewed from its far side, with the Sun behind it, from a distance of about 11,000 kilometers (6,835 miles).(CNSA)From that distance, surface features are visible, different colours streaking across the face of Mars, as well as a faint hazy outline - the planet's thin but dusty atmo...