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The official response for lay people. The Latest Webb Observations Don’t Disprove The Big Bang, But They Are Interesting

The New Income-Driven Repayment System Could Cause Some Big Problems

Federal Court Blocks Biden Admin from Forcing Doctors to Perform Gender Transitions

Its largest lake is so dry, China digs deep to water crops

Huawei’s profits collapse as US sanctions bite

Pakistan: Death toll from heavy flooding nears 1,000

To put this in context, latest price I could find for an industrial user of electricity in New York state (not the cheapest in nation) was $76. For my costs it is about $96. I am assuming the figures quoted by Oilprice are for the power alone and do not included services and delivery charges. If I am wrong, France will still be paying more then six times for a megawatt compared to what I pay including all taxes and fees and what not that you pay in New York. In France, year-ahead power prices surged as much as 13% on Friday alone, to $1,003 (1,000 euro) per megawatt-hour for the first time ever, per Bloomberg’s estimates. French power prices have now soared tenfold over the past year.

Student loan forgiveness in hands of “understaffed and overcommitted” agency

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