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Chris MonroeCNET The Breville Fast Slow Pro looks similar to other multicookers weve seen a cylindershaped vessel with a removable cooking bowl and sturdy side handles. The cooking bowl has an easytoclean ceramic coating and comes with a removable steam basket and stainless steel rack for raising food above the cooking liquid. The lid contains a silicone gasket to properly seal the unit for pressure cooking along a pressure release valve. Theres a moat that surrounds the top of the Fast Slow Pro that collects condensation when you open the lid and sends it flowing into a removable cup which is great for preventing a wet counter.

Climate changes in the sixth and seventh centuries may have played a huge role in shaping human history, according to new research. A paper published in the journal Nature Geoscience Monday identifies a period from 536 to about 660 AD as the Late Antique Little Ice Age, spanning most of the Northern Hemisphere.

The research highlights key climactic changes that began around 1500 years ago, significantly impacting history. In particular, the sixth century coincides with rising and falling civilizations, pandemics, human migration and political turmoil, it explained. The studys authors cited, for example, the Justinian plague that ravaged the Byzantine Empire, the Sasanian Empire in the Middle East and the Mediterranean region in 541 and 542 AD.

The researchers also identified movements out of the Asian Steppe and the Arabian peninsula, as well as the spread of Slavicspeaking peoples and political upheavals in China as the result of a coole

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