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    Egyptian “National Dish” Kusari

      Kushali is one of the favorite dishes of the Egyptians and is known as the “national dish” of Egypt. There are different theories as to its origin, the most common being that the dish was derived from the Indian dish “Khichdi”. It is said that Indian soldiers brought this dish to Egypt during World War I, and the dish of lentils and rice has been popular in Egypt ever since. Later, the Italians living in Egypt added macaroni to this dish. After combining the styles of Indian and Italian dishes, the Egyptians added new content to the dish, such as fried onions, tomato sauce, cumin powder, chili sauce, garlic juice,…

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    Pity life

      It was still early for the MRI examination, and there were many people in the waiting room, so we sat outside and waited. The seat faces two rooms, one is the admission and exit management room, and the other is the severe heart failure ward. A white-haired old lady in her 70s and 80s came dragging a canvas luggage cart, carrying four packs of diapers in her hand. She rang the doorbell of the intensive care unit, and the nurse in green came out and took the diaper. The old lady asked, “Is the condition of the so-and-so bed okay?” The nurse said, “The doctor will come out and tell…

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    Make evolution easier to understand

    Interested people can not avoid the problem. I have long wanted to write a book on the evolution of life. Coincidentally, around 2021 is the year when our research group’s achievements in the direction of evolution will explode, and a series of excellent papers have been published in top international academic journals such as “Nature” and “Cell”. Although I did not directly participate in any of these studies, I was honored and influenced by them, and gained a lot of inspiration and inspiration. The time has come to create such a book.   The editor is very supportive of my idea, but we actually had a little disagreement on the title…

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    What kind of country is Qatar?

      The 22nd FIFA World Cup has made Qatar the focus of people’s attention across the country and around the world. But what kind of country is Qatar outside of the game? tropical climate   Like many countries on the Arabian Peninsula, Qatar has a tropical desert climate, hot and dry. The four seasons are not very obvious, and summer is from March to October, which is the longest season of the year. Among them, the temperature is the highest from July to September, up to 45°C, and the winter (November-February) is cool and dry, with an average annual precipitation of less than 100 mm.   Why is Qatar so hot? To answer…

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    Approaching the “mysterious family” in space

    “Odd” and “Even” jointly scan the world   On July 11, 2022, a heavy rain hit Taiyuan City, Shanxi Province. Affected by heavy rainfall, many buses in Taiyuan City were rerouted and suspended. On July 10, the Shanxi Provincial Meteorological Observatory issued an early warning: “From July 11 to 13, 2022, there will be heavy precipitation in our province… Please be prepared for relevant units and personnel.”   How did meteorological experts achieve such an accurate “prediction”? In fact, this is the credit of Fengyun Satellite. The Fengyun family is divided into “odd” and “even” factions. The “odd” school is also called the polar orbit school, named after an odd number, and…

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    The “Demented President” on the Judgment Seat

      ”His life is like a ‘strange tragicomedy’.” This is the evaluation of former Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili by Dmitry Medvedev, deputy chairman of the Russian Federal Security Council.   Saakashvili came to power after the “Rose Revolution”, became “stateless” after losing power, and is now in a Georgian prison as a Ukrainian. His lawyer said he may suffer from 34 different diseases, including dementia and tuberculosis, and is awaiting evaluation by foreign medical experts. In the spring of this year, he twice declared a “hunger strike”, requesting to go to Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, for medical treatment. Georgian judicial authorities said that his medical services were guaranteed, but he “voluntarily…

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    Mid-term elections, infighting

      For the Democratic and Republican parties in the United States, November 8 is the most important day of this year-on that day, the mid-term election voting that will profoundly affect the 2024 general election officially begins.   Three days ago, on the red and blue podium in Pennsylvania, the current President Biden and the former President Trump faced off in the same city. The Biden camp also has the support of former President Obama. The Associated Press reported this “rare scene” in this way: “Three of the six living US presidents delivered terrible speeches on the battlefield in Pennsylvania.   ” Open in chaos. “Poison Pill Project” Success   There is a big…

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    Half eaten steak

      Konosuke Matsushita, the founder of Panasonic Electric, once entertained guests in a restaurant, and all six of them ordered steak. After eating, he asked his assistant to invite the chef, and told him to invite only the chef and not the manager. The assistant saw the half-eaten steak on his plate and thought that the scene must be a little embarrassing.   Hearing that he is only invited, the chef is also very nervous, because he knows that this customer is not an idler. “Is the steak not done well?” he asked uneasily.   ”There’s nothing wrong with the steak, it’s very delicious,” Konosuke Matsushita responded, “It’s just that I’m old, in…

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    How to prevent postprandial hypotension

      Many elderly friends will experience symptoms such as dizziness, fatigue, drowsiness, and dark eyes after eating breakfast, and they will recover after a short rest, and most people will not care. In fact, it could be “postprandial hypotension”.   Postprandial hypotension mainly occurs after breakfast, and can also occur after lunch and dinner, but the proportion is small. This is because, in the absence of a meal for one night, the sudden intake of food will cause the blood vessels of the gastrointestinal mucosa to dilate, and the starch in the food will be decomposed into glucose, which will increase the secretion of active peptides and cause the blood vessels of…

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    Fans prepared 200,000 to go to Qatar to watch football

      For fans, if they want to experience the most “trench” World Cup in history on the spot, they have to pay the most expensive price in history.   In January this year, Qatar World Cup tickets were officially launched online. Fan Wang Lei from Qingdao found that the ticket price for this World Cup is more expensive than previous World Cups. As a football lover, Wang Lei is not only a die-hard fan of Shandong Taishan, but also an admirer of Argentine star Lionel Messi. In the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Wang Lei, who was still studying for a Ph.D. in the UK, came to the scene to cheer for…

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    The Fantasies and Struggles of “Pioneer of Pure Literature” Sheng Ye Laizi

      Shengye Laiko (1956— ) was born in Yokkaichi, Mie Prefecture, Japan. She grew up in Ise City, where she spent her primary and middle school years. After failing the college entrance examination, she repeated her studies for a year. At the age of 20, she was admitted to Ritsumeikan University in Japan. The Faculty of Law focuses on civil law. She started writing during college and continued to contribute to various literary magazines. After graduating from college, she did not choose to work, but continued to devote herself to literary creation.   In 1981, Sheng Ye Lai Zi came to the fore with her work “Bliss” and won the 24th Group…

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    Two pebbles

      Hundreds of years ago in a small town in Italy, a merchant unfortunately owed a huge debt to a moneylender. The moneylender was old and ugly, but he coveted the merchant’s beautiful daughter, so he proposed a deal. He said that if the merchant married his daughter to him, the debt would be written off. Both the merchant and his daughter were horrified by the proposal. The cunning money-lender again suggested that the matter be left to providence.   The lender said he would put a black stone and a white stone in an empty bag, and the girl would choose one. If she got a black stone, she would marry…

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