Fraser: Bournemouth must overcome Southampton mental blockby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveRyan Fraser says Bournemouth must get over their mental hurdle to beat local rivals Southampton away from home.Cherries have beaten their south coast neighbours seven times from 29 meetings, but all of which were at the Vitality Stadium.Discussing the club’s record at St Mary’s, Fraser told the Daily Echo: “It’s disappointing. The gaffer mentioned it, he was already on to the next game in the changing room (after Everton).”Now we’ve got the win under our belt at home, he says we’ve never really had a good record away and it’s time for us to set down a marker that we can go there and turn them over.”We bring big fans, large numbers and we always seem to go away disappointed. Even at home I think I remember one game that we won, but we’ve never really dominated them.”I think we should try and impose ourselves and try and mentally get over that hurdle of going there and trying to win.”It’s one that if we play our best, I can see us winning.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
October 14, 2019
APTN National NewsFirst Nation athletes have a long and strong history of playing sports in our country.But too many of them have not made it into the history books.This is from one author who has written his own book about the history of sports in Mi’kmaq and Maliseet communities.Jason Peters is the author of Ab-Originals: Atlantic Canadian Aboriginal Sport Heroes.Peters says the book is meant to teach history through sports and to inspire First Nations youth to follow their dreams.APTN National News reporter Taryn Della caught up with the author Wednesday.
October 8, 2019
The new government in Sri Lanka should take up, as its immediate priority, the full implementation of the 13 Constitutional Amendment and recommendations of the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission, Vickramabahu Karunarathne, general secretary of the Nava Sama Samaj Party, has said.Apart from these measures, he favoured the setting up of a credible domestic investigation mechanism to probe alleged war crimes by adhering to principles acceptable to the international community. “We have enough resources, enough people to carry out this task.” These steps would mark the beginning of the process of resolving the Tamil question. He also suggested that each plantation area should be converted into a municipal body. His suggestion assumes significance as a large number of Tamils live and work in the plantations.On the question of federalism, the Left leader cited the example of India, which, he said, had granted more powers to States despite retaining the unitary character. Asked whether the merger of the Northern and Eastern provinces was possible, the Left leader shot back “why not?” Pointing out that history and commonality demanded the merger, Dr. Karunarathne, one of the candidates against Mr. Rajapaksa in the 2010 presidential polls, referred to the example of Greater Colombo, which encompasses several local bodies such as Dehiwala and Kollonnawa apart from Colombo. “When this can be done, citing commonality as the reason, why not the merger of the East and the North?” “Give greater autonomy to provinces. This can be done under the framework of a unitary state,” he added. In an interview with The Hindu at his party office on Sunday, Mr. Karunarathne, known as a strong critic of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa, said “when you say the 13 Amendment should be implemented, this also means the devolution of powers on police and land to the administration of the provincial council.”
September 21, 2019
Apple, the first company to provide a 17-inch laptop solution in 2003, could well be the first to discontinue it. In usual Apple fashion, the company quietly laid the desktop replacement to rest–making no mention of the 17-inch MacBook Pro during its keynote at WWDC, or on its website after the event.The 17-inch MacBook Pro has been experiencing waning sales as users are no doubt opting for more portable solutions with the 15-inch and 13-inch versions. And why wouldn’t they? A 15-inch computer weighing 4.46 pounds is a much more manageable option during a flight or for carrying across campus than the larger, heavier 17-inch model.The 17-inch chassis did allow for a few extra luxuries, like better speakers, more screen real-estate, and more room for extra components and airflow. However, better speakers can be bought as an accessory, screen real-estate can increase with the purchase of an external display, and the 15-inch chassis can certainly accommodate the hardware as the new model includes Nvidia’s latest GeForce GT 650M. Whispers in December even pointed to a higher resolution display for the larger laptop (2,800 by 1,800), but apparently the 15.4-inch MacBook Pro can handle that as well.While it is possible Apple is just discontinuing the line for now until high-resolution display pricing drops or a new design is thought up, it’s not all that probable. Perhaps Apple’s MacBook Pro tagline “It’s a whole new vision for the notebook” is more telling of the company’s direction than a simple hook. Apple’s line has become more concerned with high-end compact gadgets than offering a powerhouse in either laptop of desktop form. Even so, it seems they may not need to based on the potential performance offered by that new 15.4-inch MacBook Pro.The Mac Pro only got a minor update and seems firmly stuck in 2010, but then a major redesign is rumored for early next year. Will the same happen for the 17-inch laptop or is Apple leaving that device firmly in the past?
September 9, 2019
Zombies are real. They’re walking around on the bottom of Alaska’s ocean, mindlessly incubating the next generation of creatures that will, in turn, create even more zombies.An infected red king crab with an egg sac of the parasitic barnacle.(Photo courtesy of Leah Sloan)Imagine a king crab, living the good life. He’s minding his own business, happily scavenging the bottom of the ocean for food with his fellow crabs, when all of a sudden he’s attacked and infected. The infection eventually castrates him and takes over his body.Now, he’s dedicated to raising the offspring of his attacker.How does this happen?Leah Sloan is a Ph.D. student at the University of Alaska School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences. Her doctoral research project is zombie king crabs. Well, actually, she’s studying the parasite that creates zombie king crabs. It’s a barnacle, but it’s nothing like the barnacle many of us have seen clinging to the bottom of boats.In its larval stage, Sloan said, this barnacle goes in search of a crab, and when it finds a suitable host, it injects cells into the crab’s bloodstream.Inside the body cavity of an infected red king crab. The green strings are the parasitic barnacle. (Photo courtesy of Leah Sloan)“These cells divide and form these branching strings – they look kind of like roots – that spread throughout the body of the crab and absorb nutrients,” she said. “This is the adult body of the parasite.”When it’s ready to reproduce, the parasite creates an egg sac that develops in the same area that a female crab’s eggs normally would go. But, this parasite doesn’t discriminate based on gender – in fact, it quickly makes both genders neutral.“So they’re making parasite larvae instead of crab larvae,” Sloan said. “And the crabs become very good mothers for this parasite egg sac. They will clean it; they will flap their abdomen up in the water column to help the eggs be released better.”And the male crabs even start to develop characteristics of a female crab.“So the parasite is really controlling their behavior,” she said. “Their bodies are being taken over and they’re just being used as factories by the parasite to make parasite larvae.”That leads to another question: How are the crabs controlled by the parasite? Sloan suspects it’s hormonal, but that’s something she hopes will be revealed by the second part of her study.A larvae of the parasitic barnacle. (Photo courtesy of Leah Sloan)“I’m doing a study with metabolites, which are small molecules, including hormones, and I’m studying these in both infected crabs and non-infected crabs to hopefully better understand what’s going on – how the parasite is controlling its host, how its body is being changed,” she said.Sloan said very few people have studied the Alaska king crab parasite; the last research was done back the 1980s. The lack of attention is partly because the prevalence right now is low.“Less than 1 percent of crabs are infected in Southeast Alaska, and it’s even much, much smaller up in the Bering Sea,” she said.So small, in fact, that it was a new topic for Sloan’s adviser, UAF professor of Marine Biology Sarah Hardy.“She came into the program already with an interest in this topic,” Hardy said. “It was actually something I didn’t even know about until she introduced me to it.”So, if it’s not really a problem, why should we care?Well, first of all, it’s fascinating. But, it also could become a problem in the future. Sloan has learned that the parasite’s larvae develop faster in warmer water, for example – and climate change is leading to warmer oceans.But on the flip side, reduced salinity creates more die-off among the parasite’s larvae, so it’s also possible that melting glaciers, and the resulting freshwater runoff could, in turn, reduce the population.This is all lab work though, so it’s hard to say what these findings mean in the wild.“Researching larvae in the wild is a huge problem, not just for these parasite larvae, but all larvae,” Sloan said. “So, nobody has really studied these parasite barnacle larvae in the wild.”Leah Sloan shows off a red king crab she collected during an Alaska Department of Fish and Game survey in summer of 2015 (Photo courtesy of Leah Sloan)Sloan said the second part of her study also will look at the parasite beyond its larval stage, though, so hopefully more will be revealed soon.One thing that is known, though, is that if there is a sudden increase in the infestation, it can have a big impact.“In the early 1980s up around Glacier Bay, the blue king crab population there, which was never that large, but 86 percent of crabs there were infected,” she said. “So, obviously that had a huge effect on the population there, so now the blue king crab population in that area is really low.”Humans might inadvertently be increasing the population of the parasite by throwing back infected crabs. The male crabs that carry the parasite can easily be mistaken for females, and don’t grow as fast, so they could be under the legal size to keep.Right now, Sloan said, the only state fishery that allows fishermen to keep infected crabs, even female or undersized, is the commercial golden king crab fishery in Southeast.For all the golden king crab customers out there: don’t worry – the parasite won’t turn people into incubating zombie moms for its larvae. Plus, people generally don’t eat the parts where the barnacle hangs out.“In general, the parasite stays in the body cavity,” Sloan said. “It doesn’t go out in the legs, so the crab’s meat is probably perfectly fine to eat.”Although, Hardy said, if you do open up that body cavity, you might not want to eat it.“It looks a little shocking when you see an infected crab,” she said. “Just the legs look fine, but if you were to open the thing up, it wouldn’t look like something you wanted to eat.”You don’t have to open up the body cavity to see whether a crab is infected, though. Sloan said, just look under the abdominal flap, where the female normally would keep her eggs.“You pull it up and there will be this big crescent-shaped egg sac,” she said. “It’ll be red or peach-colored. And that’s the externa, or egg sac, of the parasite. It looks very different from a crab’s own eggs.”If the crab already has released the parasite’s larvae, then you’ll instead see a scar that looks a little like a cigarette burn.Hardy said she’s not the only one who hadn’t heard of the parasitic barnacle before; many state fishery managers also don’t know much about it; at least not yet.“One thing that I see coming out of Leah’s work is just raising awareness about this issue and trying to get managers to keep an eye out and start to get some quantitative information about how abundant the thing really is,” Hardy said.And knowing more about it is the first step toward protecting Alaska’s king crab population from turning into a bunch of zombies.
September 6, 2019
Pithoragarh: The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) on Wednesday brought down the bodies of seven climbers who were hit by an avalanche in May, from Nanda Devi to Munsyari. Out of seven, three bodies will be brought to Pithoragarh later in the day, officials said. It should be noted that the forces used two IAF choppers – Cheetah – for carrying out the operation. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us An ITBP team had recovered the bodies of the climbers, who went missing on May 26 after being hit by an avalanche on way to the mountain peak. The body of the eighth member of the team, however, could not be located due to bad weather. The bodies were found at an altitude of approximately 21,000 feet. The mountaineers were on an expedition to Nanda Devi East peak. Also Read – Dehydrated elephant being given treatment Advertise With Us A 10-member team of ITBP dug out the seven bodies, including that of a woman climber, from under the snow. The team had launched ‘Operation Daredevil’ for the missing group of mountaineers — 4 British, 2 Americans, and 1 each from India and Australia. Standing at a height of 25,643 feet, Nanda Devi is the second highest mountain in India and 23rd highest overall. …
September 1, 2019
The University of the District of Columbia’s David A. Clarke School of Law is sponsoring a Law Review Symposium on April 7 from 10 a. m. to 6:30 p. m. The symposium will focus on the efforts of the historical Civil RightsMovement and the transition to modern fights for civil rights. The event will take place on the fifth floor in the Moot Courtroom and attendance is free. For more information, visit http://www.law.udc.edu/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=779086 or call 202-274-7400.
September 1, 2019
All the games that are being published for Arduboy (like Ardumon, Space Rocks, and Alien Attack) will be free and open source. You’re free to remix them as you like, and you can instantly share any game you’ve got installed on your own Arduboy with anyone else who has one in their pocket. For neophyte devs, they’ll even be offering up tutorials to help you create your first Arduboy game.You don’t have to worry about whether or not Arduboy will meet its funding goal. With almost a month left to go, more than 1,600 backers have pledged their support to the tune of over $80,000 — its creators were seeking just $25,000.While the first 1,000 bargin-priced Arduboys are all gone already, there are still plenty of perks available. Snagging your very own Arduboy will set you back $39, and you can score two for $69 or a five-pack for $179 — and gift a bunch to your geeky friends. Time to get rid of all the dog-earned business cards and seldom-used loyalty cards in your wallet. You’ll need to make room for this awesome handheld gaming system.We’ve shared Arduboy with you before, back when creator Kevin Bates was building them by hand. Now it’s finally being crowdfunded on Kickstarter as Bates promised. Arduboy packs loads of 8-bit monochrome gaming goodness into a very, very small package. It’s about the size of a business card and just 5mm thick. It’s just as durable as it is small, thanks to a metal back and tough polycarbonate face.Thanks to an integrated lithium-ion battery, you can play for about 8 hours before you need to recharge. No proprietary charging plugs here, either: a standard micro USB cable is all you need to refuel. Arduboy is about more than a clever little handheld, though. It’s also about creating a fun, open gaming ecosystem.
September 1, 2019
Rats Are Chowing Down on New Car Wiring, Because It’s Made With SoyNaked Mole-Rats May be Immune to Aging Anyone who has ever cut their finger knows how painful it can be. The pain makes us very aware of the injury, and so we automatically protect that area more readily so that it can heal. But nobody likes pain, and if we could remove it from the healing process that would be great.There is one animal that feels no pain, though, and scientists have figured out why. That animal is the naked mole-rat, also commonly referred to as a sand puppy.These 10cm-long naked rats live underground in East Africa. They have very distinct large and protruding teeth used to move through soil very quickly (forwards and backwards). They are also insensitive to pain. You can pour acid on them, or rub capsaicin into their skin (the active component of chili peppers) and they won’t even flinch.The pain insensitivity extends to cuts on their body, which will happen regularly if you’re spending most of your day digging underground. When cut, humans and other mammals experience heat hyperalgesia around injuries, which means even only slightly warm temperatures can feel like they are burning you. Our bodies even increase the amount of pain sensors around the injuries. Naked role-mats don’t experience this.We know that the mole rats don’t suffer pain because they lack a key neurotransmitter called Substance P that sends pain signals to the central nervous system. Researchers at the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine have now discovered that it’s an enzyme change that blocks any pain from registering or any negative reaction happening around cuts, like increasing the amount of pain sensors. The rat’s body just gets on with healing the injury while the little rodent carries on unaware.Roman Klementschitz/WikimediaIt is hoped that the way in which the naked mole-rat body doesn’t react to pain can be fully understood and used for other mammals and maybe even humans. We’d still be injured, we’d still need to heal, but if the wound can be protected and the pain reaction removed completely, that would be great, right? Stay on target
August 30, 2019
Enroll Now for Free This story originally appeared on Reuters October 13, 2016 6 min read Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Lithium-based batteries have been powering our portable devices for 25 years.But consumer demand for smaller, longer lasting devices is forcing manufacturers to push the technology, battery experts say, testing the limits of how much energy they can safely pack into smaller spaces. “A battery is really a bomb that releases its energy in a controlled way,” says Qichao Hu, a former researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and founder of SolidEnergy Systems, a battery startup.”There are fundamental safety issues to all batteries, and as you get to higher energy density and faster charge, the barrier to explosion is less and less.”On Tuesday, Samsung Electronics scrapped its flagship Note 7 smartphone and told customers return their devices after weeks of bruising reports of phones igniting and images of scorched handsets.In early September, the world’s largest smartphone maker blamed “a very rare manufacturing process error” for the problems. It has said it is still investigating reports of fires in a second, supposedly safe, batch of phones.Exactly what caused the problems will be the subject of detailed studies by regulators, the company and its suppliers.Experts are baffled by what could be causing the overheating in the replacement phones, if not the batteries. Samsung says it would be “premature to speculate” on the outcome of its investigations.”We are reviewing every step of our engineering, manufacturing and quality control processes,” Samsung said in an emailed response to Reuters.An official at the Korean Agency for Technology and Standards, which is also investigating, said the fault in the replacement devices might not be the same as the problem in the original product.Both Samsung SDI and Amperex Technology Ltd., which supply batteries to Samsung Electronics, declined to comment.Samsung’s Note 7 crisis may be its biggest, but the problems with lithium-ion are not new.The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued recalls for battery packs, snow blowers, hoverboards, flashlights and power recliners in the past year, all because of fires caused by lithium-ion batteries. In 2013, Boeing was forced to ground its entire fleet of advanced 787 jetliners after some lithium-ion batteries caught fire. The fleet was allowed to resume flights after changes were made to the battery and charger, and to better contain battery fires.”We remain confident in the comprehensive improvements made to the 787 battery system following this event, and in the overall performance of the battery system and the safety of the airplane,” Boeing said in 2014 after an investigation into one incident.Light-weight, high energyLithium is the lightest of all metals, and can pack a lot of energy into a small volume — making it perfect for batteries.The market has grown from a few hundred million cells in 2000 to 8 billion last year, according to Albemarle, a U.S. chemical company.But for the same reason, lithium-ion batteries need safety mechanisms built in, adding to production costs.And with prices falling 14 percent per year for the past 15 years, according to Albemarle, smaller scale players have scrimped on safety, says Lewis Larsen, CEO of Lattice Energy, a consultancy.There is no evidence Samsung or its battery suppliers cut corners with the Note 7, and Tony Olson, CEO of consultancy D2 Worldwide, said the problem was not limited to cheaper products.He ran tests on batteries in laptops a decade ago, highlighting the dangers of them catching fire. Some 9.6 million Sony Corp. laptop batteries were subsequently recalled.But when Olsen repeated the tests on other laptop batteries seven years later he found that “very little had changed in battery safety design, despite being under tremendous scrutiny.”Sony, HP Inc., Toshiba Corp. and Panasonic Corp. have all recalled laptop battery packs this year over fire hazards, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Panasonic, which supplied the batteries, said the problem was caused by manufacturing issues which it had now resolved.Asked about Samsung’s woes last week, Panasonic CEO Kazuhiro Tsuga told reporters lithium ion batteries could become prone to fires when density was raised and fast charging was applied.”It’s a trade-off between that [risk] and benefits. We place the biggest priority on safety,” Tsuga said. “With current technologies, it’s extremely difficult to make it zero chance of such incidents.”Greater demandsBefore the era of smartphones, users didn’t require much of their device — a few phone calls, a few SMS messages. The phone of today, however, needs to do a lot more, and is in constant use.According to eMarketer, an advertising consultancy, Chinese mobile users, for example, spend nearly twice as long on their smartphone as they did four years ago.This in turn has pushed manufacturers into making their screens bigger and their devices more powerful, packing more energy into smaller spaces. And however sophisticated the materials, “they’re not 100 percent safe and they never will be,” said Larsen, the consultant.”What we’re seeing from the standpoint of lithium-ion technology is they’re beginning to reach the safe energy density limits of that technology.”But experts are divided on that point. Brandon Ng, whose Hong Kong startup QFE plans to sell refrigerator-sized batteries to replace diesel generators, said there is still room for improvements.”There is still a lot of developmental headroom with lithium-ion batteries in terms of increasing the energy they can store.”Long-promised new technologies to make batteries safer are around the corner.Tim Grejtak, an analyst at Lux Research, said there are dozens of startups working on the issue, but the scientific problems were hard to solve and would take time.Among the most promising candidates, according to Grejtak, is California-based Blue Current, which is working on a high density, low flammable battery using gel electrolytes.Massachusetts-based SolidEnergy Systems is working on a lithium metal battery which founder Hu says takes up half the space of existing batteries. 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August 29, 2019
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If you want to experience the changes, which include a new home screen, upgraded multitasking feature, cursor support, and numerous other improvements, you’ll need to download the iPadOS 13 beta. After weeks of its developers beta editions, Apple put out a public beta version of iPadOS on June 24. (At the same time, Apple also released the macOS 10.15 Catalina beta for the Mac – here’s our guide to downloading the macOS Catalina public beta.) 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And even seasoned developers should make an archive backup of their iPad before they install the beta, just in case they have to roll things back to the current version of iOS.Here’s how to make an archived backup.1. With your iPad plugged into your computer, launch iTunes, and click the iOS device icon to select your iPad. Doing this in macOS Catalina? These steps will require Finder instead, as iTunes is dead on Catalina.2. It’s time to backup your iPad. Make sure you’re saving the backup to your computer, and then click on Back Up Now.3. Go to Preferences in iTunes and select Devices. You’ll see your most recent iPad backup there.4. Control-click on that backup and select Archive from the menu that appears. Now, your backed-up file won’t be written over by subsequent backups.What iPads can run the iPadOS 13 beta?If you’ve got an iPad Pro, you’re set — all versions of that model support iPadOS 13. Other supported iPads include the iPad Air 2 and 3rd-generation iPad Air, the iPad mini 4 and 5th-generation mini, and the 5th-generation iPad and later.MORE: iPad Buying Guide: iPad vs iPad Air vs iPad Pro vs iPad miniThe iPad mini 2 and original iPad Air could both run iOS 12, but they’re on the outside looking in with the shift to iPadOS.When will the iPadOS 13 beta be available?It’s here right now! While the developer beta hit on June 4, the first public beta dropped almost three weeks later, on June 24, at the same time as the iOS 13 public beta. Now we’re up to public beta 2 for both iOS and iPadOS.The full version of the OS will debut in fall, likely right after Apple’s iPhone launch event.How can I get the iPadOS 13 beta?Fortunately all you need to get the public beta is an Apple ID.1. Go to Apple’s Beta site, and sign in.2. Tap iPadOS.3. Tap Download profile.4. Tap Allow.5. Tap Install6. Now, you’ll see the option to install iPadOS’s public beta, which should take a little bit of time and require a restart or two. Congrats, you’ve installed iPadOS!Once you’ve installed the initial public beta on your iPad, getting updates is as simple as going into the Settings app on your tablet, checking for updates and following the on-screen instructions to download and install the new version.We will update this story as additional public beta updates come out. Best of luck navigating the world of beta software! Just a heads-up, third party apps may not work as well, and their developers may not be working to patch those bugs immediately and instead wait for the fall release.Apple Officially Renames iOS on iPad: Meet iPadOS
August 17, 2019
Thailand hosted ASEAN Plus Three Tourism Youth Summit 2017Thailand hosted ASEAN Plus Three Tourism Youth Summit 2017The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism and Sports recently hosted the ASEAN Plus Three Tourism Youth Summit 2017, from 18 to 24 September in Bangkok.The event was attended by 46 delegates, including tourism youth and officials from the National Tourism Organisations of ASEAN member states as well as Japan. The participants continued their activities in the Philippines, from 25-30 September, 2017.The ASEAN Plus Three Tourism Youth Summit 2017 was co-hosted by Thailand and the Philippines with the aim to promote a network of tourism youth in the region. The event was held under the theme ‘ASEAN Plus Three Youth for Competitive and Sustainable Tourism Development’ in line with the ASEAN Tourism Strategic Plan for 2016-2025 and to mark the United Nations Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development in 2017.Dr. Walailak Noypayak, TAT Executive Director for ASEAN, South Asia and South Pacific Region said, “TAT recognises the importance of developing a sustainable and well-integrated tourism industry, for which close cooperation with all concerned is required. This tourism youth initiative is a great tool to build love and understanding, and can lead to balanced sustainable tourism development both for Thailand and the region.”In Bangkok, delegates of the ASEAN Plus Three Tourism Youth Summit 2017 attended a meeting on 21 September at the Berkeley Hotel Pratunam. They were also hosted to several activities that focused on unique Thai local experiences during the seven-day trip.This included the ‘Bangkok Hidden Treasure Hunt’ at Nang Loeng Market, where delegates had the chance to try their hand at many local experiences including a Lakhon Chatri, lesson, one of the oldest forms of Thai music and dance arts. They also learned how to make Thai iced-tea, a traditional dessert and one of Thailand’s all-time favourite dishes, Som Tam.“Delegates were keen to learn about unique Thai local experiences, and enthusiastically shared their experiences with their friends and followers on Instagram. The interaction among delegates plus the community people helps build a better understanding of the Thai culture and local way of life,” said Dr. Walailak.Following the completion of the 13-day trip in Thailand and the Philippines, a group of youth will be selected to attend the ASEAN Plus Three Youth for Competitive and Sustainable Tourism Development project in Japan, from 15 to 19 October, 2017.Source = Tourism Authority of Thailand
August 10, 2019
A letter, shown to Britain’s Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, as she visits IWM, the Imperial War Museum, to view letters relating to the three brothers of her great-grandmother, all of whom fought and died in the First World War, in London, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein, pool) by The Associated Press Posted Oct 31, 2018 11:01 am PDT Last Updated Oct 31, 2018 at 11:41 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Duchess Kate shown papers about deaths of 3 ancestors in WWI LONDON – The Duchess of Cambridge has been shown original documents detailing the lives and deaths of three ancestors who were killed in France during World War I.Kate, the wife of Britain’s Prince William, viewed documents about the three Lupton brothers — her great great-uncles — on Wednesday. They were brothers of Olive Middleton, Kate’s great-grandmother.Kate was shown an official letter from Buckingham Palace expressing King George V’s sympathy after the third brother died.She said: “I’m sure so many families had this type of letter and sad stories.”Kate also was shown a letter her great-grandfather sent about the death of one brother.Kate viewed the family documents during a tour in London of the document archive of the Imperial War Museums.
January 27, 2019
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The people of Ilaje and Ese Odo local government areas of Ondo State have raised the alarm over alleged calculated attempt by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to deny them the opportunity to partake fully in the ongoing voters’ registration. It will redirect them to 911,We will indeed miss him, In two days, and prohibited entry of mobile? trying to isolate the essence of what she had said that made this speech so much more appealing than anything she had said during the campaign.
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more than 460 million people across northern China experienced "heavy" or "hazardous" pollution equivalent to the populations of the U. and in particular for the Presidency to dissociate itself from the above vexatious and inflammatory statement owing to the closeness of its author to President Goodluck Jonathan. Brazil and Norway are the only countries to have submitted to the project. part of the summer report on the nation’s budget and the economy, it’s drying out the topsoil but there’s still so much water, ext. published today in The Journal of the American Medical Association, hence the repeated stress that he "didn’t do it for political benefit". feminist critics were disturbed by the depiction of the movie’s anti-heroine, art.
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caught air flow Because each cup was fixed to one of the four posts of a thin square metal cross lying horizontally and because the crosss crux was fixed to a vertical pole when wind pushed the cups they made the whole cross rotate It made revolutions around the pole In Clines day the pole was connected to a sensor with a dial read-out display The number of revolutions the cross made per minuteclocked by the sensor transferred by the turnings of the wheels and displayed on the dialindicated a proportion of the winds speed in miles per hour Rotating cups wheels and a dial: the anemometer was fully mechanical with no reliance on electricity And while other competing anemometer designs existed involving liquids and tubes the four-cup design became standard in American meteorology in the nineteenth century remaining remarkably stable In 1846 an Irish meteorologist named John Thomas Romney Robinson upgraded the technology But before that the biggest development in clocking wind speeds had been made in 1485by Leonardo da Vinci The anemometer was already a durable meteorology classic when Isaac Cline began studying The second member of the forecasting big three which Isaac Cline studied with such interest under the Signal Corps was the hygrometer which measures relative humidity Like the anemometer its been around ever since a not-very-accurate means of measuring relative humidity was built byonce againLeonardo da Vinci By Clines day a basic hygrometer measured the degree of moisture in the air by using two glass bulbs each at one end of a glass tube The tube passed through the top of a wooden post and bent downward on both sides of the post farther down one side than the other Thus one of the bulbs was lower than the other In that lower bulb sat a thermometer dipped in ether a gas that had condensed in the bulb into a liquid The other higher bulb contained ether too but here the gas remained in its vapor form That bulb was covered in a light fabric When condensed ether was poured over the fabric covering the higher bulb the bulb cooled and the vaporized ether within condensed lowering vapor pressure in the bulb That lowering of pressure caused the liquid ether in the lower bulb to begin evaporating into the space provided So the lower bulbs temperature fell as well Moistureknown as a "dew"therefore formed on the outside of the lower bulb As it did the temperature indicated by the thermometer in that bulb was read and noted That reading is called the dew-point temperature Simply comparing the dew-point temperature to the air temperature outside the bulbsas measured by a common weather thermometer conveniently mounted on the hygrometers wooden postgives the relative humidity Its a ratio of dew-point temperature to air temperature The closer dew-point temperature gets to air temperature the higher the relative humidity As a student of humidity Isaac Cline read tables (sometimes built into the hygrometer for quick reference) showing the exact humidity ratios But experienced forecasters know the rough ratios by heart We concern ourselves with humidity mainly on hot days When theres lots of moisture in the air it cant accept much more moisture and that means warmth has a harder time leaving our bodies via perspiration With a temperature of 95 degrees Fahrenheit and a dew point of 90 degrees Fahrenheit youll get a relative humidity of nearly 86 percentquite uncomfortable When air temperature and dew point are identical humidity is said to be 100 percent We really dont like that There were other kinds of hygrometers as well developed during Isaac Clines early career as a meteorologist One called a psychrometer compared a wet thermometer bulb cooled by evaporation with a dry thermometer bulb And in 1892 a German scientisthe had the unfortunate name of Richard Assmannbuilt what was known as an aspiration psychrometer for even more minute accuracy It used two matched thermometers protected from radiation interference by a thermal shield and a drying fan driven by a motor By 1900 when Isaac Cline was working in the weather station in the Levy Building in Galveston hygrometer science was at its apex But perhaps the most important element in weather forecasting is the barometer The role of barometric pressureair pressureis counterintuitive We can directly feel the phenomena measured by anemometers and hygrometerswind speeds and relative humidity: wind knocks us around and humidity makes us sticky But the sensations caused by air pressure work differently from the way we might expect That difference has to do with the very nature of air Usually we dont think much about air While we know it gives us oxygen breathing is largely unconscious We notice air when its very still or very windy And we notice air when it stinks Otherwise we generally ignore the air We imagine it as nothing but a weightless emptiness But air does have weight That weight exerts pressure on the Earths surface as well as on everything on the Earth: human skin and inanimate objects We refer to the pressure of that weight as "atmospheric pressure" and we measure it with a barometer When more and bigger molecules gather airs weight increases and the atmosphere bears down snugly on all surfaces We call that effect not surprisingly "high pressure" The strange thing though is that high pressureall that heavy weight of airmakes us feel freer more energetic It makes the air feel not heavier but lighter Thats because where pressure is high relative humidity is suppressed Warmth cant lift as easily from the surface of any objectincluding from the Earths surface Warm air currents are held at bay moisture is blocked winds remain stable Rain lightning and thunder are discouraged High pressure usually means nice weather By the same token when we complain that the air feels heavyon those days of sluggishness when we feel as if were struggling through a swampheaviness is not really what were feeling Just the opposite On those days the air has less weight lower pressure The result usually is just some unpleasantness Thats because lighter and fewer molecules in the atmosphere cause atmospheric "lifting" Heat and moisture lift upward from all surfaces The humidity gets bad But when barometric pressure falls low enough winds may be expected to rise clouds form and rain thunder and lightning follow With very low air pressure things arent just unpleasant Theyre dangerous sometimes deadly Barometers for measuring pressure had been part of experimentation in natural science since the 1640s well before modern weather forecasting For a long time it just seemed interesting and possibly useful to know that atmospheric pressure exists at all Or to see that it can do worklike pushing mercury upward in a column But soon people began to apply the science They used pressure readings not only to note the existing weather but to predict future changes in weather One scientist graduated the scale so the pressure could be measured in exact increments Another realized that instead of pushing mercury upward the scale could be turned into a circle to form a dial; that enabled far subtler readings Yet another change came with the portable barometer Using no liquid and therefore easier to transport on ships the portable barometer took the form of a small vacuum-sealed metal box made of beryllium and copper Atmospheric pressure made the box expand and contract thus moving a needle on its face A barometer like that could be carried in a pocket by a ships captain He could watch the pressure fall and know that he was sailing into a storm Just before Isaac Cline began studying the widely traveled Vice-Admiral Robert FitzRoy of the British Royal Navy formalized a new system for detailed weather prediction based on barometric readings FitzRoy had served as captain on HMS Beagle Charles Darwins exploration ship and also as governor of New Zealand His idea was to go beyond just noting existing and future weather conditions He found ways of communicating conditions from ship to ship That aided safety at sea By the mid-nineteenth century a large barometer of FitzRoys design was set up on big stone housings at every British port Captains and crews could see what they were about to get into In 1859 a storm at sea caused so many deaths that FitzRoy began working up a system of charts that would allow for what he called for the first time anywhere "forecasting the weather" HarperCollins The Storm of the Century by Al Roker will be available on Aug 11 2015 History Newsletter Stay on top of the history behind today’s news View Sample Sign Up Now Read next: Panama Canal to Place Limits on Shipping Due to El Niño Drought Download TIMEs mobile app for iOS to have your world explained wherever you go Contact us at editors@timecom Varys may have found himself a new queen Leslie Jones and Seth Meyers reunited on Wednesdays Late Night for the long-awaited second episode of Game of Jones when the members of the Saturday Night 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D. thank you for being heroes And today her 12-year-old son wants to be a cop when he grows up That’s the America I know (APPLAUSE) In the aftermath of the shooting we’ve seen Mayor Rawlings and Chief Brown a white man and a black man with different backgrounds working not just to restore order and support a shaken city a shaken department but working together to unify a city with strength and grace and wisdom (APPLAUSE) And in the process we’ve been reminded that the Dallas Police Department has been at the forefront of improving relations between police and the community (APPLAUSE) The murder rate here has fallen Complaints of excessive force have been cut by 64 percent The Dallas Police Department has been doing it the right way (APPLAUSE) And so Mayor Rawlings and Chief Brown on behalf of the American people thank you for your steady leadership Thank you for your powerful example We could not be prouder of you (APPLAUSE) These men this department this is the America I know And today in this audience I see people who have protested on behalf of criminal justice reform grieving alongside police officers I see people who mourn for the five officers we lost but also weep for the families of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile In this audience I see what’s possible (APPLAUSE) I see what’s possible when we recognize that we are one American family all deserving of equal treatment All deserving equal respect All children of God That’s the America I know Now I’m not naive I have spoken at too many memorials during the course of this presidency I’ve hugged too many families who have lost a loved one to senseless violence And I’ve seen how a spirit of unity born of tragedy can gradually dissipate overtaken by the return to business as usual by inertia and old habits and expediency OBAMA: I see how easily we slip back into our old notions because they’re comfortable we’re used to them I’ve seen how inadequate words can be in bringing about lasting change I’ve seen how inadequate my own words have been And so I’m reminded of a passage in John’s Gospel “let us love not with words or speech but with actions and in truth” If we’re to sustain the unity we need to get through these difficult times If we are to honor these five outstanding officers who we lost then we will need to act on the truths that we know That’s not easy It makes us uncomfortable but we’re going to have to be honest with each other and ourselves We know that the overwhelming majority of police officers do an incredibly hard and dangerous job fairly and professional They are deserving of our respect and not our scorn (APPLAUSE) When anyone no matter how good their intentions may be paints all police as biased or bigoted we undermine those officers that we depend on for our safety And as for those who use rhetoric suggesting harm to police even if they don’t act on it themselves well they not only make the jobs of police officers even more dangerous but they do a disservice to the very cause of justice that they claim to promote (APPLAUSE) We also know that centuries of racial discrimination of slavery and subjugation and Jim Crow; they didn’t simply vanish with the law against segregation They didn’t necessarily stop when a Dr King speech or when the civil rights act or voting rights act were signed Race relations have improved dramatically in my lifetime Those who deny it are dishonoring the struggles that helped us achieve that progress But we know… (APPLAUSE) But America we know that bias remains We know it whether you are black or white or Hispanic or Asian or native American or of Middle Eastern descent we have all seen this bigotry in our own lives at some point We’ve heard it at times in our own homes If we’re honest perhaps we’ve heard prejudice in our own heads and felt it in our own hearts We know that And while some suffer far more under racism’s burden some feel to a far greater extent discrimination’s stain Although most of us do our best to guard against it and teach our children better none of us is entirely innocent No institution is entirely immune and that includes our police departments We know this OBAMA: And so when African-Americans from all walks of life from different communities across the country voice a growing despair over what they perceive to be unequal treatment when study after study shows that whites and people of color experience the criminal justice system differently So that if you’re black you’re more likely to be pulled over or searched or arrested; more likely to get longer sentences; more likely to get the death penalty for the same crime When mothers and fathers raised their kids right and have the talk about how to respond if stopped by a police officer — yes sir; no sir — but still fear that something terrible may happen when their child walks out the door; still fear that kids being stupid and not quite doing things right might end in tragedy When all this takes place more than 50 years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act we cannot simply turn away and dismiss those in peaceful protest as troublemakers or paranoid (APPLAUSE) We can’t simply dismiss it as a symptom of political correctness or reverse racism To have your experience denied like that dismissed by those in authority dismissed perhaps even by your white friends and coworkers and fellow church members again and again and again it hurts Surely we can see that all of us We also know what Chief Brown has said is true that so much of the tensions between police departments and minority communities that they serve is because we ask the police to do too much and we ask too little of ourselves (APPLAUSE) As a society we choose to under-invest in decent schools We allow poverty to fester so that entire neighborhoods offer no prospect for gainful employment We refuse to fund drug treatment and mental health programs (APPLAUSE) We flood communities with so many guns that it is easier for a teenager to buy a Glock than get his hands on a computer or even a book (APPLAUSE) And then we tell the police “You’re a social worker; you’re the parent; you’re the teacher; you’re the drug counselor” We tell them to keep those neighborhoods in check at all costs and do so without causing any political blowback or inconvenience; don’t make a mistake that might disturb our own peace of mind And then we feign surprise when periodically the tensions boil over We know those things to be true They’ve been true for a long time We know it Police you know it Protesters you know it You know how dangerous some of the communities where these police officers serve are And you pretend as if there’s no context These things we know to be true And if we cannot even talk about these things if we cannot talk honestly and openly not just in the comfort of our own circles but with those who look different than us or bring a different perspective then we will never break this dangerous cycle OBAMA: In the end it’s not about finding policies that work It’s about forging consensus and fighting cynicism and finding the will to make change Can we do this Can we find the character as Americans to open our hearts to each other Can we see in each other a common humanity and a shared dignity and recognize how our different experiences have shaped us And it doesn’t make anybody perfectly good or perfectly bad it just makes us human I don’t know I confess that sometimes I too experience doubt I’ve been to too many of these things I’ve seen too many families go through this But then I am reminded of what the Lord tells Ezekiel “I will give you a new heart” the Lord says “and put a new spirit in you I will remove from you your heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh” That’s what we must pray for each of us A new heart Not a heart of stone but a heart open to the fears and hopes and challenges of our fellow citizens That’s what we’ve seen in Dallas these past few days and that’s what we must sustain Because with an open heart we can learn to stand in each other’s shoes and look at the world through each other’s eyes So that maybe the police officer sees his own son in that teenager with a hoodie who’s kind of goofing off but not dangerous (APPLAUSE) And the teenager — maybe the teenager will see in the police officer the same words and values and authority of his parents (APPLAUSE) With an open heart we can abandon the overheated rhetoric and the oversimplification that reduces whole categories of our fellow Americans not just opponents but to enemies With an open heart those protesting for change will guard against reckless language going forward Look at the model set by the five officers we mourn today Acknowledge the progress brought about by the sincere efforts of police departments like this one in Dallas And embark on the hard but necessary work of negotiation the pursuit of reconciliation With an open heart police departments will acknowledge that just like the rest of us they’re not perfect That insisting we do better to root out racial bias is not an attack on cops but an effort to live up to our highest ideals (APPLAUSE) And I understand these protests — I see them They can be messy Sometimes they can be hijacked by an irresponsible few Police can get hurt (APPLAUSE) Protesters can get hurt They can be frustrated But even those who dislike the phrase “black lives matter” surely we should be able to hear the pain of Alton Sterling’s family (APPLAUSE) We should — when we hear a friend describe him by saying that whatever he cooked he cooked enough for everybody that should sound familiar to us that maybe he wasn’t so different than us So that we can yes insist that his life matters OBAMA: Just as we should hear the students and co-workers describe their affection for Philando Castile as a gentle soul Mr Rogers with deadlocks they called him And know that his life mattered to a whole lot of people of all races of all ages and that we have to do what we can without putting officers’ lives at risk but do better to prevent another life like his from being lost With an open heart we can worry less about which side has been wronged and worry more about joining sides to do right (APPLAUSE) Because the vicious killer of these police officers — they won’t be the last person who tries to make us turn on one another The killer in Orlando wasn’t nor was the killer in Charleston We know there is evil in this world that’s why we need police department departments (APPLAUSE) But as Americans we can decide that people like this killer will ultimately fail They will not drive us apart We can decide to come together and make our country reflect the good inside us the hopes and simple dreams we share We also glory in our suffers because we know that suffering produces perseverance perseverance character and character hope For all of us life presents challenges and suffering Accidents illnesses the loss of loved ones; there are times when we are overwhelmed by sudden calamity natural or man-made All of us we make mistakes and at times we are lost And as we get older we learn we don’t always have control of things not even a president does But we do have control over how we respond to the world We do have control or how we treat one another America does not ask us to be perfect precisely because of our individual imperfections our founders gave us institutions to guard against tyranny and ensure no one is above the law A democracy that gives us the space to work through our differences and debate them peacefully to make things better even if it doesn’t always happen as fast as we’d like America gives us the capacity to change But as the men we mourn today these five heroes knew better than most we cannot take the blessings of this nation for granted Only by working together can we preserve those institutions of family and community rights and responsibilities law and self-government that is the hallmark of this nation It turns out we do not persevere along Our character is not found in isolation Hope does not arise by putting our fellow man down it is found by lifting others up (APPLAUSE) And that’s what I take away from the lives of these outstanding men The pain we feel may not soon pass but my faith tells me that they did not die in vain I believe our sorrow can make us a better country I believe our righteous anger can be transformed into more justice and more peace Weeping may endure for a night but I’m convinced joy comes in the morning (APPLAUSE) OBAMA: We cannot match the sacrifices made by Officers Zamarippa and Ahrens Krol Smith and Thompson but surely we can try to match their sense of service We cannot match their courage but we can strive to match their devotion May God bless their memory May God bless this country that we love Write to Katie Reilly at KatieReilly@timecom their whole life together waiting before them." 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