Even with a bit of a dip lower, prices remain at levels not seen since late 2014.
Scientists observed pulsars for 16 years to test Einstein’s theory of general relativity, and E=mc2 still holds up.
Analysts told Zenger that market players are looking for economic clues elsewhere.
And that’s precisely why the price at the pump continues to hold at multiyear highs.
High prices may finally be catching up with consumers, though the Omicron variant could be a significant game changer.
But while commodity prices are plummeting, it may take a bit for consumers to notice because of supply chain issues.
Genetically modified bacteria that feasts on sugar could one day become a leading biofuel, say experts.
A new ‘robot in the sky’ flies to the rescue, monitoring pipelines, railways, forests for signs of impending leaks, fires, theft or explosions.
Demand is at the very least holding near pre-pandemic levels despite looming concerns about inflation.