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Monday March 2nd, 2020 night edition

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Besides these important castings (including Game of Thrones veteran Kristofer Hivju, now officially confirmed), Netflix has now begun filming the second season.

Though filming was originally set to begin on February 17, Netflix secretly entered production a few days ahead of schedule.

The scene in question involves an army of elves (this time, not on a shelf) and one of season two’s most important new characters.

With filming having commenced in the UK, Netflix and Redanian Intelligence revealed most of the important new cast members joining Henry Cavill (Geralt), Anya Chalotra (Yennefer) and Freya Allan (Ciri) in season two.

Geralt (Henry Cavill) and Ciri (Freya Allan) will be sharing scenes with Hivju in Nivellen’s mansion in the first episode of season two, while on the road to Kaer Morhen.

We have also learned that Henry Cavill was filming on location alongside Geralt’s trusted mare Roach and his Child Surprise, Princess Ciri (Freya Allan).

It’s possible that the scenes filmed with Cavill and Allan (and Roach) were not the same as those with the dead bodies. »

The world's largest privately owned giant sequoia forest is now protected

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"In this one, a real indication of its health and resilience is that there are giant sequoia of all age ranges."

While any remaining giant sequoia grove is a rarity, he adds, "it's rarer still to have multiple age classes, and such a healthy forest ecosystem.".

"Science-driven forest stewardship to reduce the fuel load in a way that restores the natural balance for the giant sequoia. »

Musician uses algorithm to generate every possible melody to prevent copyright lawsuits

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A musician and lawyer has used an algorithm to generate every possible melody in an attempt to end music copyright lawsuit claims.

The litigation lasted for nearly three decades, during which the former Beatle was found guilty of "subconscious plagiarism" by a US judge.

The robot Fedor will spend 10 days aboard the ISS practising skills such as using tools to fix issues onboard. »

Canada won't ban flights from COVID-19 hot spots or shut borders, containment remains strategy

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A Health Canada spokesperson told The Toronto Sun containment is still Canada’s strategy and that the Canadian government will not shut down its borders or ban direct or connecting flights from China.

Despite Health Canada and the WHO’s position, some airlines have taken the initiative to stop all flights into heavily affected areas.

American Airlines has cancelled all flights to mainland China, extending the suspension of China and Hong Kong flights through April 24. »