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Iceland offering coronavirus stress relief by broadcasting world’s screams



Now people can have their screams broadcast live through scenic locations of Iceland. 

“You’ve been through a lot this year and it looks like you need the perfect place to let your frustrations out,” reads the advertising campaign from Promote Island, which aims to encourage tourism. “Record your scream and we’ll release it in Iceland’s beautiful, wide-open spaces.”

website set up for the initiative, called “Looks like you need to let it out”, features video clips of yelps and cries from people around the world being broadcast over yellow loudspeakers placed in front of scenery like waterfalls and glaciers.

A yellow button placed high up on the page to collect new recordings says “Tap to scream.”

“We want to draw prospective tourists’ attention to the fact that it’s relatively safe to travel to Iceland and that here you can experience beautiful nature without crowds, which is something that we think people will seek out when interest in travel increases again,” Sigríður Dögg Guðmundsdóttir, the tourism director for Promote Iceland, was quoted by Iceland Review as saying.

“It is important to draw attention to Iceland’s advantages now. People are dreaming about the time when it will be possible to travel again and even planning trips in the near future,” she added. “We want to be a part of that conversation.”

The venting out loud could be a good way to relieve their stress, the website presses that it’s only a starting point for people who are not feeling their usual selves due to the lockdown.

“If you need mental health support it is imperative that you seek out professional help,” the website says.

Aaron writes guides and news related to the games at Apart from his passion for writing and playing games he's exploring new places around the globe.

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Where can you Watch Haikyu!!



Where can you Watch Haikyu!!

Haikyu!! is worth watching whether you’re an anime lover, want to experience the excitement of the Olympics, or simply want to lose yourself in a new show. The anime follows Shouyou Hinata, a kid who is encouraged to pursue volleyball glory despite his diminutive stature, and is based on the manga series of the same name. When Hinata comes at Karasuno High (now dubbed “The Fallen Crows”), the alma mater of his idol “The Little Giant,” he meets both allies and foes as he and his classmates fight to return the team to its former glory.

Do you want to know where you can watch Haikyu? Here’s all you need to know about watching the series online:

How many Haikyu!! seasons are there?

Haikyu!! is now in its fourth season. Before the show went on hiatus, the first three seasons were released in 2014, 2015, and 2016. Season 4 was finally split into two parts, airing from January to April 2020 and then again from October to December 2020.

Is Haikyu!! available to watch on Hulu?

Sorry, but no. At the moment, Crunchyroll is the only place where you can watch all four seasons of Haikyu!!

Where can I watch Haikyu!!?

Crunchyroll has all of Haikyu!episodes !’s available for free with advertising. Simply sign up for a free account and begin watching the series right away.

Is there going to be a fifth season of Haikyu?

Almost certainly. The English-language Haikyu!! will premiere in December 2020. “Looking forward to the continuation!” wrote a Twitter account, complementing the show’s animation staff for their work on the series. However, there are no specifics concerning a possible publication date.

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(Watch) Tom Holland get into action in Uncharted Trailer



UNCHARTED - Official Trailer (HD)

Even the most popular video games have a bad track record when it comes to movies based on them.

However, casting Tom Holland as your leading man is a smart approach to discover success if you’re wanting to be one of the rare breakthrough adaptations that succeeds on the big screen.

And the first trailer for the long-awaited Uncharted film, in which he plays Nathan Drake, shows him working just as hard to find his own fortune.

We’ve heard so much about this film that it’s hard to believe it already has a trailer. In 2017, we were the first to report on this particular adaption.

Tom Holland was first revealed as Uncharted’s leading man at that time. However, attempts to adapt the popular video game brand for the big screen date back even further. We’re not going to say whether the wait was worthwhile or not based on a single trailer.

Especially because we had our own reservations about the movie. Even without its star, there are plenty of reasons to remain positive. It appears that there will be a lot of action. To top it off, there’s a fantastic supporting cast. It will also transport us all over the world.

Sony’s official summary for the film is as follows:

“Based on one of the best-selling, most critically acclaimed video game series of all time, Uncharted introduces audiences to the young street-smart Nathan Drake (Tom Holland) and showcases his first treasure hunting adventure with wisecracking partner Victor ‘Sully’ Sullivan (Mark Wahlberg). In an action-adventure epic that spans the globe, the two go in dangerous pursuit of ‘the greatest treasure never found’ while also tracking clues that may lead to Nathan’s long-lost brother.”

Sully, a character played by Mark Wahlberg, also feels like a long-overdue evolution.

The film stars Sophia Ali, Tati Gabrielle, and Antonio Banderas and is directed by Ruben Fleischer (Venom, Zombieland: Double Tap). It will be released in theatres on February 18th.

That is, at the moment, the plan. We won’t believe it until we see it with this movie. Hopefully, the very, very, very long wait will be worthwhile.

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The USDA has announced a new initiative climate-smart agriculture



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The USDA has announced a new initiative climate-smart agriculture

On September 29, Washington Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack unveiled a comprehensive package of initiatives to address the challenges confronting America’s agricultural producers. These include drought assistance and costs, animal health, agricultural commodity market disruptions, and school food supply chain concerns.

Secretary Vilsack also described and solicited public input on a new climate partnership initiative aimed at providing producers with new revenue streams through market opportunities for commodities produced using climate-smart practices.

“Agriculture in the United States is presently facing unprecedented challenges on several fronts,” Vilsack stated. “From commodity production to processing and distribution, the coronavirus pandemic has impacted every level of our food supply chain. Farmers, ranchers, and forest landowners are increasingly feeling the impact of climate change as extreme storms, floods, droughts, and wildfires events damage their operations and threaten their livelihoods. We know that these challenges will persist into 2022, and that new ones may emerge. USDA will take steps to prevent the spread of African Swine Fever, assist producers dealing with drought and market disruptions, and assist school nutrition professionals in obtaining nutritious food for students through this comprehensive set of initiatives. By tackling these issues head-on, USDA will be better positioned to respond in the future when new difficulties arise.”

Comprehensive Investment Strategy
The USDA intends to invest $3 billion in drought resilience and response, animal disease prevention, market disruption mitigation, and school nutrition program food purchases. The Commodity Credit Corporation will provide the assistance. The funds will be used to provide the following services:

$500 million to aid drought recovery and promote water-wise management practices. Record-breaking drought has impacted producers across the country, leaving ranchers with bare winter pastures and short on hay, and forcing crop growers to adjust to running their operations with a fraction of the water normally available. This assistance will be directed toward these issues, allowing the USDA’s Farm Production and Conservation agencies to provide much-needed relief and plan drought resilience initiatives proportionate to the severity of the crisis.

The USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service would receive up to $500 million to aid in the prevention of the spread of African swine fever by expanding and coordinating monitoring, surveillance, prevention, quarantine, and eradication efforts. ASF outbreaks have caused significant loss of productivity and trade in other parts of the world. It is critical that we all work together to prevent the disease from spreading.

As part of Secretary Vilsack’s work as co-chair of the Biden-Harris Administration’s Supply Chain Disruptions Task Force, $500 million will be provided to alleviate agricultural market disruptions such as increased transportation challenges, availability and cost of certain components, and other near-term obstacles related to commodity marketing and distributiontion.

Schools will receive up to $1.5 billion in assistance to help them respond to supply chain disruptions. Throughout the epidemic, school food professionals have faced enormous challenges in ensuring that every student receives the nutrition they need to learn, grow, and thrive. However, local community conditions remain volatile, and food and labor supply chains have been stressed and, at times, disrupted. These funds will be used to support agricultural commodity procurement and will enable the USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service and Agricultural Marketing Service to expand the toolbox for school nutrition professionals who work hard to ensure students have consistent access to healthy meals. The USDA’s announcement today adds to the USDA’s ongoing efforts to address the ongoing challenges that school districts face during this difficult time and provide the resources, tools, and flexibility they need to provide students with healthy and nutritious meals.

This package of targeted investments will address unmet needs in our food system and supplement a suite of USDA programs implemented in response to COVID-19.

This includes the Department’s Pandemic Assistance for Producers initiative as well as the longer-term Build Back Better initiative, which will address supply chain vulnerabilities and transform our food system based on COVID-19 lessons.

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