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Moment of Inertia for Uniform Objects
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Les centrales électriques et la production d'énergie électrique - Objectifs
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The government has given the green light to a new £32.7bn high-speed rail network and announced new stretches of tunnelling to placate opponents of the scheme. The decision ends months of speculation. The first phase of the network, between London and Birmingham, due to come into operation in 2026, will cut journey times by more than 30 minutes. The transport secretary, Justine Greening, announced a series of tweaks to the route from London to Birmingham, intended to appease campaigners from the Tory heartlands. About 22.5 miles of the amended route is underground, an increase of 50% on the original plan. HS2 high-speed rail project gets green light | UK news HS2 high-speed rail project gets green light | UK news
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