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by Pseudo-sciences - 2021-05-18 14:40
Les webconférences organisées par l'Afis ou par les comités locaux de l'Afis donnent la parole à des orateurs qui éclairent une question d'actualité. Leurs propos, en particulier lorsqu'il s'agit de réflexions sur les choix politiques ou économiques, n'engagent pas l'Afis. Les idées reçues de l'astronautique Conférence en ligne le mardi 18 mai 2021 (19 h) avec Thierry Scordino-Huguenot (introduction de Henri Broch) Les voyages dans l'espace nous font rêver. Mais savons-nous réellement pourquoi les (...) Agenda de l'Afis
by Pseudo-sciences - 2021-05-06 18:50
Les webconférences organisées par l'Afis ou par les comités locaux de l'Afis donnent la parole à des orateurs qui éclairent une question d'actualité. Leurs propos, en particulier lorsqu'il s'agit de réflexions sur les choix politiques ou économiques, n'engagent pas l'Afis. Danger, risque et peur Faut-il écouter les marchands de peur ? Conférence en ligne le jeudi 6 mai 2021 (19h) Organisée par le comité Afis 06 - Alpes Maritimes Une vie sans danger n'existe pas. Mais le danger fait peur… La peur n'est (...) Agenda de l'Afis
by Pseudo-sciences - 2021-05-04 14:20
Les webconférences organisées par l'Afis ou par les comités locaux de l'Afis donnent la parole à des orateurs qui éclairent une question d'actualité. Leurs propos, en particulier lorsqu'il s'agit de réflexions sur les choix politiques ou économiques, n'engagent pas l'Afis. Autisme : pseudo-thérapies et enfants cobayes Conférence en ligne le mardi 4 mai 2021 (19 h) avec Olivia Cattan Face à la détresse de nombreuses familles d'enfants autistes en impasse thérapeutique, un nombre incalculable de (...) Agenda de l'Afis
by Pseudo-sciences - 2021-04-28 20:36
Les webconférences organisées par l'Afis ou par les comités locaux de l'Afis donnent la parole à des orateurs qui éclairent une question d'actualité. Leurs propos, en particulier lorsqu'il s'agit de réflexions sur les choix politiques ou économiques, n'engagent pas l'Afis. L'énergie nucléaire, hier, aujourd'hui, demain Cycle de deux conférences Partie 2 : l'histoire de l'électronucléaire Conférence en ligne le mardi 28 avril 2021 (18h) Organisée par le comité Afis Lyon Alors que l'énergie nucléaire est un (...) Agenda de l'Afis
by The Verge - about 42 minutes
Microsoft is releasing a preview version of Office 2021 for Mac and Office LTSC this week. While Office LTSC (Long-Term Servicing Channel) is designed for commercial customers, both versions are perpetual versions of Office that don’t rely on subscriptions or the cloud. Microsoft announced its plans for Office 2021 back in February, and a Windows version — which won’t be available in preview — will also be released later this year.
Office 2021 for Mac will support both Apple Silicon and Intel-based Macs, and require at least 4GB of RAM and 10GB of storage space. It’s designed to be a static release of Office, but during the preview there will be monthly updates that could include new features. Once...
by The Verge - about 49 minutes
The confirmation emails were sent out in error. | Screenshot by Tom Warren / The Verge Twitter has apologized for accidentally sending out emails asking users to “confirm your Twitter account.” The company says the messages were sent out by mistake. “If you received one of these emails, you don’t need to confirm your account and you can disregard the message,” the company said. The Verge’s own Tom Warren was a recipient of one of the emails, which looks like the one Twitter sends out to validate an email address during its sign-up process. Users who weren’t expecting to receive the emails quickly assumed they were being sent out by someone trying to imitate Twitter as part of a phishing scam,...
by Courrier International - about 53 minutes
La capitale cambodgienne et ses environs sont soumis depuis une semaine à un confinement des plus stricts. Pour le faire respecter, des policiers n’hésitent pas à user de cannes en bambou.
by Courrier International - about 55 minutes
Lors de ses séjours au Rwanda et au Kenya, Sarah Marshall a croisé des expatriés britanniques barricadés dans leurs villas. Mais c’est au contact des populations africaines, grâce à leur esprit de résilience, qu’elle est devenue optimiste sur l’issue de la crise sanitaire.
by The Verge - about 1 hour
A federal judge has rejected a motion by Apple to dismiss a putative class action lawsuit over the company’s use of the labels “buy” and “rent” when selling digital content. As first covered by The Hollywood Reporter, the suit can now continue, though could yet be settled before ever reaching trial. The lead plaintiff in the case, David Andino, argues that Apple is misleading consumers when it tells them it can “buy” digital versions of albums, TV shows, and films from its stores. Why? Because the iPhone-maker retains the power to terminate customers’ access to this content whenever it likes. This can happen, for example, when the company loses distribution rights to content that users...
by Courrier International - about 1 hour
Depuis longtemps considérée comme une zone de refuge lors des différents conflits dans la région, la Thaïlande semble aujourd’hui plutôt passive face à la répression violente des militaires putschistes birmans. En cause, une proximité idéologique et diplomatique entre les deux gouvernements analyse ce politologue thaïlandais dans le Straits Times.
by Wired - about 1 hour
The genre has long relied on racial and gender stereotypes. Recent strides in diversity have made it better (and more fun) to choose your fighter.
by Wired - about 1 hour
Programs such as GPT-3 can compose convincing text. Some people are using the tool to automate software development and hunt for bugs.
by Wired - about 1 hour
This week, hackers stole confidential schematics from a third-party supplier and demanded $50 million not to release them.
by HackAdAy - about 1 hour
If you’re looking to get started with the ESP8266, there’s no shortage of development boards out there to select from. But we don’t think you’ll find one with a more unique a backstory than the open source ME-ESP8266. That’s because Malouf, the company that makes the $20 USD board, is a home goods company better known for their pillows and bed frames.
So how do you go from mattress toppers to microcontrollers? Well, as unlikely as it might seem, the missing element is Toys R’ Us. Or more specifically, the liquidation of Toys R’ Us. A Texas distribution center Malouf purchased from the iconic toy retailer included an automated conveyor belt system to move product through the gargantuan building,...
by The Verge - about 1 hour
The K3 is remarkably thin, but at the cost of versatility Continue reading…
by Wired - about 1 hour
The safety pause in giving the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine is up for debate again—a battle in a Secret War of Denominators and risk-benefit philosophies.
by Wired - about 2 hours
The six-month mission is another step toward an eventual moon landing, and the second time this Crew Dragon capsule has visited the space station.
by The Verge - about 2 hours
Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images SpaceX launched its third crew of astronauts to the International Space Station early Friday morning, reusing a Crew Dragon space capsule to fly humans for the first time. The mission, dubbed Crew-2, is the latest flight under NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, and will add four more astronauts to the orbital space station.
A used Falcon 9 rocket, last flown for SpaceX’s Crew-1 mission last year, lifted off at 5:49AM ET from Cape Canaveral, Florida carrying Endeavor, the same Crew Dragon capsule that first launched SpaceX’s debut astronaut mission nearly one year ago. For this flight, the Endeavor capsule carried four astronauts from three different countries — SpaceX’s...
by QZ - about 2 hours
Good morning, Quartz readers!Here’s what you need to knowIndia’s Covid crisis deepens. With travel bans increasing (see below), more than 330,000 coronavirus cases were recorded today, another record total.Read the rest of this story on qz.com. Become a member to get unlimited access to Quartz’s journalism.
by Torrentfreak - about 2 hours
A few weeks, several movie companies sued a widely used Popcorn Time fork, as well as VPN.ht. When the app's official website disappeared a few days later most people assumed that the developers had decided to throw in the towel. However, this early conclusion is unwarranted. While there are internal struggles, Popcorn Time plans to make a comeback.
From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.
by Usbek & Rica - about 3 hours
On vous explique tout sur ce néologisme imaginé par la journaliste et traductrice Nora Bouazzouni dans son nouvel essai éponyme : Steaksisme, En finir avec le mythe de la végé et du viandard (Nouriturfu Editions).
by Courrier International - about 4 hours
Cela devait être le projet phare du groupe français en Afrique. Après les découvertes des réserves d’hydrocarbures au Mozambique, Total devait s’installer à Afungi. Mais l’avancée des chebabs semble contrer ses plans, révèle la presse.
by Paul Jorion - about 4 hours
Nous sélectionnons involontairement les formes les plus virulentes
by HackAdAy - about 4 hours
In theory, you really don’t need much to work with electronics. A scope ought to do everything. However, for special purposes, it is handy to have meters, logic analyzers, and other special-purpose instruments. If you work on motion systems like 3D printers and CNC machines, you ought to have a way to look at stepper motors. You don’t? [Zapta] has a great Simple Stepper Motor Analyzer and [Teaching Tech] has a great video (see below) that shows some of the great things it can do.
What can it do? It analyzes the motor in place and can visualize what’s happening during stepping, microstepping, and other operating modes. Connecting the instrument is easy since you just use a four-pin pass-through connector....
by QZ - about 5 hours
America has been a longstanding partner to Africa’s nations and its people, leading in aid and development assistance, healthcare, and the fight against transnational terrorism. But Africa is more than conflict and poverty—it represents important opportunities in trade and investment, and many of the world’s major economies recognize this fact.Many African countries are rapidly enhancing integration into global capital markets and innovating and developing sizable domestic markets. The continent, with a population in excess of 1.3 billion people, a median age under 20 years old, and a landmass large enough to fit Europe, the lower 48 United States, China, and India, includes several of the world’s...
by Korben - about 5 hours
Si vous gérez un cluster de machines, que ce soit pour cracker des mots de passe, ou pour exploiter tout le potentiel de vos Raspberry Pi, ou si vous avez simplement plusieurs serveurs sur lesquels vous lancez exactement les mêmes commandes (en cas de mise à jour par exemple), voici un outil qui va vous intéresser. Ça s’appelle Cluster SSH et c’est un outil basé sur xTerm qui permet de configurer différents clusters auquels se connecter via SSH pour ensuite pouvoir entrer ensuite une ligne de commande qui est alors répliquée sur toutes les machines. Ainsi l’exécution de la commande se fait de manière simultanée sur toutes les machines, offrant une synchronisation parfaite des nœuds du...
by QZ - about 5 hours
Earlier this year, a digital “toolkit” had riled up the Indian government so much that it called it “an international conspiracy” and arrested a young activist for making minor edits to the document. Now, similar e-documents are proving to be one of the most efficient tools in providing essential support to Indian citizens struggling with a brutal second wave of Covid-19.The Indian internet is currently flooded with “toolkits” that provide details about the availability of life-saving medicines, oxygen supplies, the status of beds in hospitals, among other things.https://twitter.com/VibhaSurana/status/1384342588912664576Read the rest of this story on qz.com. Become a member to get unlimited access...
by Journal du Lapin - about 6 hours
Il y a quelques années maintenant, je parlais de la carte de décompression MPEG2 Wired4DVD. Il s’agit d’une carte PCI qui servait à décoder les vidéos des DVD, à une époque ou les CPU des Mac étaient un peu légers pour ça. Lors de mon premier test, j’avais une carte « pour Mac », mais pas réellement une de chez Wired, et surtout je m’étais posé une question : et si on utilise une carte de PC ? Depuis, j’ai trouvé une vraie carte de chez Wired, et la question reste la même. Pourquoi cette question ? Parce que la carte Wired4DVD (et ma version « pour Mac ») est une REALmagic Hollywood Plus, une carte assez courante dans le monde PC à l’époque. Actuellement, j’ai d’ailleurs...
by France Inter - about 6 hours
Jeudi soir, Jean Castex a indiqué, lors de sa conférence de presse, que la reprise des cours, de l'école au lycée, se ferait bien comme prévu à partir de ce lundi, le 26 avril. Mais la reprise ne se fera pas dans les mêmes conditions pour tout le monde : retour sur ce qui sera en vigueur, quand, et pour qui.
by QZ - about 6 hours
India’s memories of last year’s lockdown are so bitter that political leaders in the country now seem afraid of using that word.For instance, Maharashtra, among the worst Covid-19-hit states in India, announced stringent restrictions on April 5, shutting down nearly all private establishments. And yet, it called it “Covid restrictions” and not a lockdown. Chief minister Uddhav Thackeray, in fact, was clear that he is doing everything he can to avoid a lockdown in the state.Similarly in Delhi, which first announced a “night curfew,” began “weekend curfew” on April 17, which has now been extended to every day until April 26. All public places—gyms, markets, shopping malls, cinema halls, public...
by QZ - about 6 hours
In 2010, the Japanese government had a rude wakeup call: Beijing had abruptly cut off all rare earth exports to Japan over a fishing trawler dispute. Tokyo was almost entirely dependent on China for the critical metals, and the embargo exposed this acute vulnerability.The silver lining to this incident, which sent global rare earth prices skyrocketing before they crashed down as the speculative bubble popped, is that it forced Japan to rethink its critical raw materials policy. A decade on, it has significantly reduced its dependance on China for rare earths, and continues to diversify its supply chain by investing in projects around the world. Its model may have lessons for the US, which desperately wants to...
by Le Taurillon - about 7 hours
Alors que le concours Eurovision avait dû être annulé pour la première fois de son histoire en 2020, en raison de la crise sanitaire, la célèbre compétition de chant revient cette année à Rotterdam, aux Pays-Bas en mai. Cette édition n'échappe pas à la laborieuse coutume des polémiques en tous genres. Tour d'horizon des États, des interprètes et des musiques dans “l'œil du cyclone” ! Il revient ! Le Concours Eurovision de la Chanson revient en 2021 ! Les nerfs des fans ont été mis à rude épreuve depuis ce jour fatidique du 18 mars 2020 quand l'UER (Union européenne de radiotélévision, organisant la compétition) a annoncé l'annulation du Concours, en raison d'un virus que l'on ne...
by France Inter - about 7 hours
La chanson à l’affiche de Tubes N'Co ce matin, c’est “In the Death Car”, par Iggy Pop, parue sur la bande originale du film "Arizona Dream". “Je n’allume pas la radio. Parce que comme tu sais, ils passent toujours de la merde.” Ces phrases, sont des vers du poème qu’Iggy Pop a écrit et qu’il dit, sur cette musique...
by HackAdAy - about 7 hours
If you prefer to draw boxes instead of writing code, you may have tried IBM’s Node-RED to create logic with drag-and-drop flows. A recent [TensorFlow] video shows an interview between [Jason Mayes] and [Paul Van Eck] about using TensorFlow.js with Node-RED to create machine learning applications for Raspberry Pi visually. You can see the video, below.
The video doesn’t go into much detail since it is only ten minutes long. But it does show how easy it is to do things like identify images using an existing TensorFlow model. There is a more detailed tutorial available, as well as a corresponding video, which you can see below. As a concrete example, [Paul] uses a simple sensor to identify his cat and then...
by Usbek & Rica - about 7 hours
Si, sur le papier, l'idée semble séduisante, elle n'est pas tout à fait désintéressée. Et le consensus autour de la fixation d'un taux mondial minimum d’imposition sur les entreprises à 21 % est loin d'être acquis. Décryptage.
by France Inter - about 8 hours
Vendredi 23 avril, Thomas Pesquet s'envole, depuis la Floride, pour la Station spatiale internationale à bord du vaisseau "Crew Dragon" de l'entreprise américaine SpaceX. Voici sept choses à savoir sur cette seconde mission dans l'espace pour le Français.
by France Inter - about 8 hours
Alors que la situation sociale reste très précaire depuis un an dans de nombreux quartiers populaires, la fermeture des cantines scolaires et des centres de loisirs a de nouveau pesé fortement sur le budget des familles les plus pauvres. Une grande distribution alimentaire était organisée jeudi en Seine-Saint-Denis.
by Courrier International - about 8 hours
Au pouvoir depuis trente-cinq ans, Museveni s’est octroyé un sixième mandat en janvier dernier. Mais confronté à la contestation qui enfle, il réprime à tout-va. Enlèvements et disparitions d’opposants se multiplient, comme au temps d’Amin Dada. The Continent raconte le calvaire des ennemis du régime.
by FluxBlog - about 10 hours
WheelUP featuring Bembe Segue “Fusion”
The aptly-titled “Fusion” is dense with great sounds and strong hooks and it all adds up to something that commands physical movements, but the part of that really gets me is what Danny Wheeler does with clips of rhythm guitar and blips of keyboards throughout the composition. I love the way it sounds like those parts on another plane from the rest of the track, like something dropped in or superimposed over the more solid whole. There’s a haphazard feel to it, like there’s some degree of raw improvision to these sampled elements – I wouldn’t be surprised at all if Wheeler manipulated them in a loose and gestural way, something deliberately unquantized in...
by HackAdAy - about 10 hours
Inductors are not the most common component these days and variable ones seem even less common. However, with a ferrite rod and some 3D printing, [drjaynes] shows how to make your own variable inductor. You can see him show the device off in the video below.
The coil itself is just some wire, but the trick is moving the ferrite core in and out of the core. The first version used some very thick wire and produced an inductor that varied from 6 to 22 microhenrys. Switching to 22 gauge wire allowed more wire on the form. That pushed the value range to 2 to 12 millihenrys. What can you do with an inductor? For this type of inductor, you are usually interested in resonating a capacitor either for an oscillator or a...
by io9 - about 12 hours
The much-anticipated series adaptation of Leigh Bardugo’s Shadow and Bone arrives tomorrow—which is really only a few hours away at this point—but superfans can get a sneak peek at the first 10 minutes right now. Netflix just streamed a cast event that was capped with the big reveal.Read more...
by io9 - about 12 hours
Kay (Taj Atwal) may be an android, but her moral compass proves stronger than the increasingly unstable artist (Paul Ready) who claims she’s his muse—even though his eerie paintings hint at something far darker lurking behind his methods. That’s the set-up for Muse, a new sci-fi short by Azhur Saleem.Read more...
by HackAdAy - about 13 hours
The sun is a tremendous source of energy, and while photovoltaic panels are an easy way to harvest some of that energy especially now that prices for them are incredibly low, there are plenty of other ways to tap into that free energy as well. [Engelbert] was looking for alternative ways to heat his house since traditional methods were prohibitively expensive, and ended up building a heat exchanger using solar-heated water to cover his home heating needs. (Google Translate from Dutch)
The system uses several large roof-mounted hot water heating panels. The heat captured by them is then pumped into an underground pipe network which is able to warm up a large area of earth in the summer. In the winter, that heat...
by io9 - about 13 hours
Has anything ever gone right on Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous? Just when the kids think they’ve finally found a way off the island, a storm pulls them back toward the danger. Unable to leave, they’ll discover that Dr. Wu didn’t just make the Indominus Rex. He made something even worse.Read more...
by Hiram - about 14 hours
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by Hiram - about 14 hours
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Cet article La GLDF et son Grand-Maître sur Instagram est apparu en premier sur Hiram.be.
by Goalcast - yesterday at 23:52
Queen of tough love Iyanla Vanzant couldn’t take her own advice and stay trapped in an abusive marriage for 9 years. But when her violent husband threatened her children, Iyanla fought back. How did she just barely escape?
The post How Did Iyanla Vanzant Find The Courage To Leave Her Abusive Marriage? appeared first on Goalcast.
by Goalcast - yesterday at 23:45
One maverick CEO who was trolled for daring to put his employees first is now having the last laugh. Lone rebel It's been a lonely road for Seattle-based Gravity payments CEO Dan Price. While CEOs across America were raking in record paydays while their workers got scraps, Price went against the grain.  Despite his company struggling, he raised eyebrows when instead of layoffs, he reduced his $1million salary by 90% and gave all his 130 employees a minimum salary of $70,000.  “Give power to your people, be honest and democratic. They will find solutions that you can’t see," he said at the time.  The media backlash was ferocious, Price recalled to People. "The whole world was pretty much against it...
by FluxBlog - yesterday at 23:39
Heno “Creases”
The lyrics of “Creases” feel a bit like a personal essay set to a melody, with Heno starting with a thesis statement – “you can never know the extent of the pain someone’s going through” – and then outlining his experiences, his philosophy, and his plan for action in life. It’s thoughtful and clear-headed, but also direct in speaking about depression and trauma in a way that feels very particular to this moment in time. I’ve noticed that when musicians write about these topics now it’s almost always in plain and direct language that wouldn’t be too far off from, say, an Instagram caption. It makes some sense, in that being this clear about it is the most effective way...
by Goalcast - yesterday at 23:30
No artist has taken the world by storm with such swiftness over the last few years as Billie Eilish.  The 19-year-old California native doesn’t just stand as one of the industry’s most beloved, intriguing, and critically acclaimed musicians; she has practically come to represent the entirety of Gen-Z, whether it’s through her oversized clothing, her striking hairstyles, her macabre visuals, her dark goth-pop sound, or her remarkable ability to be brutally honest about mental health.  While Billie’s fashion style and unique musical stylings capture the lion’s share of attention, it must be noted that her personal life is just as fascinating in more than a few ways. We were able to get a glimpse into...
by io9 - yesterday at 23:30
Mutantkind has changed. No longer societal outcasts but a global, independent power of their own, the Dawn of X at Marvel Comics has seen the X-Men and other mutants rise as a new kind of society—but one among them is starting to wonder what the spiritual cost of their collective rebirth really is: Nightcrawler.Read more...
by io9 - yesterday at 23:00
The possibility of a new movie based on Disney’s Haunted Mansion continues to rise from the grave. Last summer, Disney hired Katie Dippold to pen a script and now it’s in talks to bring director Justin Simien aboard the Doom Buggy.Read more...
by Goalcast - yesterday at 21:38
After years of abuse, a gay teenager lost his cool and finally fought back. But while violence is rarely the answer, standing up for himself was the right thing to do. Kids can be so mean Ever since he came out as gay in seventh grade, Jordan Steffy, a student at LaPorte High School in Indiana, was bullied relentlessly. His classmates spewed hateful slurs and even threw food at him in the cafeteria. But when a fellow student posted a homophobic message on Snapchat, Steffy had finally had enough. "He made an anti-gay post with a picture of me on it saying how he hated gays and a bunch of throwing up emojis all over it," Steffy told Insider in 2019. "I walked up to him and said 'Why did you post this?' He said...
by France Inter - yesterday at 20:13
Les autotests, disponibles en pharmacie depuis le 12 avril, sont appelés à jouer un rôle majeur dans la lutte contre la propagation du Covid à l'école. Voici tout ce que vous devez savoir sur ces nouveaux outils de dépistage.
by Torrentfreak - yesterday at 19:10
Miami University student and security researcher Erik Johnson has filed a lawsuit against software company Proctorio, which used DMCA notices to remove several critical tweets. Johnson asked the court to declare that publishing code excerpts to document critique is fair use. Meanwhile, Proctario should pay damages for misusing the DMCA process.
From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.
by Paul Jorion - yesterday at 18:30
Ce qu’il y a de sympathique chez les gens morts, c’est qu’on aime bien repenser à eux.
by Fubiz - yesterday at 18:00
Née en Pologne, Karo Knitter est une artiste autodidacte complète, qui a été élevée en Allemagne. L’artiste créée de douces pièces d’art avec des fleurs séchées. « Dans mon travail, j’essaie de combiner les deux aspects de mon enfance. D’un côté, la culture urbaine de la zone bétonnée où j’ai grandi. De l’autre côté, le kitsch et la nature de la Pologne« , explique-t-elle. Ses pièces sont poétiques et sont parfois des compositions réalisées avec des objets vintage, du bois ou des céramiques.
Pour en découvrir plus, rendez-vous sur son site internet ou son compte instagram.
by Paul Jorion - thursday at 13:46
Il y a actuellement de grandes discussions sur les effets secondaires concernant chaque vaccin, mais pas sur leur efficacité, notamment vis-à-vis des variants. Or celle-ci est importante pour savoir si la politique de vaccination permettra ou non d’arrêter la pandémie.
Il y a deux points de vue différents concernant l’efficacité d’un vaccin : celui du vacciné, qui souhaite être protégé au mieux contre le virus ;
celui de la société, qui souhaite éviter une épidémie et la saturation du service hospitalier. Rappelons tout d’abord que les vaccins n’empêchent pas l’infection ; leur objectif est d’éviter que la maladie soit grave, voire mortelle. Ainsi, aux États-Unis, où environ...
by Le Taurillon - thursday at 13:30
Des suspensions, des tribunes vides, des calendriers sans cesse remis à jour, des blessures et des absences en cascades mais surtout, des classements surprenants dans de nombreux pays : même si elle n'est pas encore arrivée à son terme, la saison 2020-2021 fera date dans la grande histoire du football continental. Sans oublier la dernière polémique autour de la nouvelle « Superligue européenne » et la fronde des grandes puissances (Real Madrid et Manchester en tête) qui ne cesse de prendre de l'ampleur. Septuple vainqueur de la compétition, cinq fois champion consécutivement : l'Olympique lyonnais est un ogre sur la scène continentale féminine. Mais, le dimanche 18 avril, c'est un petit...
by Usbek & Rica - thursday at 12:48
Antoine Bristielle, Directeur de l'Observatoire de l'opinion de la Fondation Jean Jaurès et co-auteur avec Tristan Guerra et Max-Valentin Robert de l’étude « 2022 : évaluation du risque Le Pen », résume pour nous les principaux ressorts de cette dédiabolisation.