Local London news, United Kingdom
One of the six ravens in the Tower of London has disappeared
Workers fear he is dead, which could be a grim sign for the UK. According to legend, if there are less than six ravens in the Tower, the kingdom will perish.
The fusion energy device kept a temperature of 180 million degrees Fahrenheit, or 100 million degrees Celsius, for 20 seconds
The Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) fusion reactor recently set a world record by maintaining its plasma temperature at a super-hot 180 million degrees Fahrenheit for 20 seconds. It may not seem like a long time, but no previous fusion plant has operated for more than 10 seconds under these conditions - even the KSTAR reactor only lasted eight seconds in 2019.
Competition for the best photo of a potato has ended in Britain
The UK has announced the winners of the Potato Photographer of the Year, a charity photography competition. With this competition, the organizers want to help the starving British. Every £ 5 taken from photographers for participation goes to the Trussel Trust, which donates food to those in need.
53-year-old pastry chef from Great Britain decided to touchingly thank the doctors for their work on the eve of Christmas
Rosie Dammer is a former British Armed Forces helicopter pilot. The woman worked for more than two weeks on the creation of a cake for doctors. She called it “A Hug for Christmas”.
For example, a woman baked a huge 6-foot cake (about two meters) in the shape of a nurse who is affectionately hugged by Santa Claus.
The cake consists of 17 layers, and each layer has a chocolate-orange icing. Dessert contains about 360 thousand calories. The pastry chef presented her piece to the staff of the Royal Bolton Hospital. 1,200 hospital workers were treated to them.
A street art piece inspired by the elusive graffiti artist Banksy appears on a Bristol home on Wayne Street
The creation depicts a woman in a headscarf sneezing, her prostheses flying in the air.
The graffiti was covered for some time, and in the morning of today, December 10, the artist decided to demonstrate his work to the public.
Wayne Street is located on a steep slope. The 22-degree slope draws in a crowd every year. This street hosts an egg-rolling competition on Easter Sunday.