Florida House okays historic Bill allowing teachers to be armed

first_imgMiami (US): Florida’s House of Representatives on Wednesday approved a bill allowing teachers to carry firearms — a controversial step whose effectiveness in countering school shootings remains unproven. The aim of the measure, which was previously approved by the state’s Senate and now goes to Republican Governor Ron DeSantis’s desk, is the prevention of school shootings such as one that left 17 people dead at a high school in Parkland, Florida in February 2018. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince Salman ‘snubbed’ Pak PM Imran, recalled his private jet from US: ReportSupporters of the bill — which permits teachers to carry firearms on school campuses on a voluntary basis after they have completed 144 hours of training — say armed teachers could save lives in the event of a school shooting. But its opponents warn of the danger of accidents among teachers who would effectively be tasked with policing as well as education, and who, in the event of a school shooting, could be mistaken for a shooter by law enforcement. “Arming teachers is a recipe for disaster — a reckless plan which will complicate active-shooter situations,” Representative Val Demings, a Florida Democrat and former Orlando police chief, said of the measure. “The real solution is to keep guns out of the wrong hands,” Demings tweeted.last_img read more

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Most actively traded companies on the TSX TSX Venture Exchange

Most actively traded companies on the TSX, TSX Venture Exchange AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Canadian Press Posted Jun 6, 2014 3:07 pm MDT TORONTO – Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (14,838.90, up 38.72 points):Fortis Inc. (TSX:FTS.IR). Utilities. Down 35 cents, or 0.95 per cent, to $36.66 on 6.1 million shares.Kerr Mines Inc. (TSX:KER). Miner. Down 0.5 cents, or 16.67 per cent, to 2.5 cents on 5.6 million shares.Air Canada (TSX:AC.B). Airline. Up 54 cents, or 5.44 per cent, to $10.47 on 4.9 million shares. Shares rocketed to a 52-week high amid an upgrade from Walter Spracklin of RBC Capital Markets. He boosted his target price for the airline by nearly 42 per cent to $17, saying the carrier is undergoing a fundamental and structural cost reduction initiative that is playing out in a climate of steadily increasing demand for air travel.Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Aerospace. Up nine cents, or 2.41 per cent, to $3.82 on 4.8 million shares.Osisko Mining Corp. (TSX:OSK). Miner. Up seven cents, or 0.86 per cent, to $8.25 on 3.4 million shares.Thompson Creek Metals Company Inc. (TSX:TCM). Miner. Down six cents, or 1.90 per cent, to $3.09 on 3.2 million shares.Toronto Venture Exchange (987.45, up 1.53 points):Terra Firma Resources Inc. (TSXV:TFR). Miner. Down 0.5 cents, or 25 per cent, to 1.5 cents on 3.3 million shares.Patient Home Monitoring Corp. (TSXV:PHM). Medical devices. Up two cents, or 7.69 per cent, to 28 cents on 3.2 million shares. read more

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Timbers and Sporting KC open conference finals with 00 draw

PORTLAND, Ore. — Tim Melia made six saves and Sporting Kansas City survived Portland’s aggressive attack for a 0-0 draw Sunday in the opening leg of Major League Soccer’s Western Conference finals.The Timbers outshot Sporting 14-9 and had six shots on target but couldn’t break through. Portland goalkeeper Jeff Attinella made one save. The teams now head to Kansas City for the second leg on Thursday.Atlanta United beat the New York Red Bulls 3-0 in the first leg of the Eastern Conference finals earlier Sunday.Sporting finished the season as the top seed in the Western Conference and earned a knockout-round bye before a 5-3 win on aggregate over Real Salt Lake in the conference semifinals.The Timbers, the only team that played a knockout round match that remains in the playoffs, advanced to the conference final on penalties (4-2) to cap a wild semifinal with Cascadia rival Seattle.Sporting was without forward Diego Rubio for the opening leg because of yellow card accumulation. He was replaced in the starting lineup by Khiry Shelton.Graham Zusi, who was questionable going into the match because of a thigh injury, was in Sporting’s starting lineup. Zusi has played every minute of the 2018 season so far.The Timbers were without Andy Polo because of a calf strain he sustained on the international break. Dairon Asprilla started in his place. Forward Samuel Armenteros was not available because of back spasms.Portland was hurt when defender Larrys Mabiala left with a non-contact injury to his right leg in the 18th minute. He was replaced by Bill Tuiloma.The Timbers saw a good chance early, but Jorge Villafana’s blast in the six minute hit the post. Liam Ridgewell’s header in first-half stoppage time was punched away by Sporting goalkeeper Tim Melia.Portland appeared to score in the 70th minute but David Guzman’s rebound goal was called offside and VAR confirmed it.Kansas City, which won MLS Cup titles in 2000 and 2013, led the Western Conference (and was second in the league) with 65 regular-season goals, a club record.The Timbers won the MLS title in 2015. Last season Portland was eliminated from the playoffs in the conference semifinal against Houston and afterward coach Caleb Porter and the Timbers parted ways. The Timbers are playing their first season under Giovanni Savarese.The winners of the conference finals meet in the MLS Cup final on Dec. 8.Anne M. Peterson, The Associated Press read more

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Several Irish flights affected after British Airways cancels UK services over pilot

first_imgSeveral Irish flights affected after British Airways cancels UK services over pilot pay dispute The carrier is currently locked in a pay dispute with its 4,300 pilots. 2 Comments Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Sep 9th 2019, 7:41 AM 10,081 Views Image: PA Wire/PA Images https://jrnl.ie/4801071 Monday 9 Sep 2019, 7:41 AMcenter_img British Airways aircraft at London’s Heathrow airport (file photo) Image: PA Wire/PA Images British Airways aircraft at London’s Heathrow airport (file photo) PASSENGERS ON several Irish flights face disruption today after British Airways cancelled almost all services from UK airports on the first day of a strike by the airline’s pilots.The carrier is locked in a pay dispute with its 4,300 pilots, and the strike could affect the travel plans of nearly 300,000 people around the world.Several flights into and out of Dublin Airport are among those affected today, as is one arrival and one departure from Shannon Airport.“After many months of trying to resolve the pay dispute, we are extremely sorry that it has come to this,” British Airways said in a statement today.The airline said it remains willing to return to talks with the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA).“Unfortunately, with no detail from BALPA on which pilots would strike, we had no way of predicting how many would come to work or which aircraft they are qualified to fly, so we had no option but to cancel nearly 100 percent of our flights”.BALPA has rejected a pay increase of 11.5 percent over three years that the airline proposed in July.BA says the offer would see flight captains receive “world-class” pay and benefits of around £200,000 (€220,000) a year.It also points out that two other unions representing 90 percent of the airlines’ workers have accepted the 11.5-percent raise.But in response, BALPA said that co-pilots’ salaries average around £70,000 (€77,800) – with the pay of junior pilots falling to just £26,000 (€28,900).The lower level of pay leaves some pilots in heavy debt, since they are required to undergo training that the BBC estimates to be priced at around £100,000 (€111,000).BALPA also points to a nearly 10-percent jump in pre-tax profits reported by BA’s parent company IAG last year.Pilots are to continue their strike on Tuesday and are threatening to strike for another day on 27 September – and then possibly again closer to the winter holidays – if the dispute continues.Passengers who may be affected are advised to check online to see whether they are affected by today’s cancellations.With reporting from – © AFP 2019 By Stephen McDermott Short URL Share6 Tweet Email last_img read more

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Un nouveau ptérosaure baptisé en lhonneur de la petite fille qui la

first_imgUn nouveau ptérosaure baptisé en l’honneur de la petite fille qui l’a découvertDes paléontologues américains viennent de décrire une toute nouvelle espèce de ptérosaure, des vertébrés volants qui vivaient il y a plus de 65 millions d’années. L’espèce a été baptisée Vectidraco daisymorrisae en l’honneur de Daisy Morris, la petite fille de 4 ans qui a permis sa mise au jour. Les nouvelles espèces sont parfois difficiles à baptiser mais cette fois-ci les paléontologues n’ont pas hésité bien longtemps. Une nouvelle espèce de ptérosaure vient tout juste d’être décrite et a logiquement pris le nom de sa découvreuse : une petite fille de 4 ans ! C’est en 2009 que tout a commencé lorsque Daisy Morris, une habitante de l’île de Wight, au sud de l’Angleterre, a trébuché sur un os lors d’une ballade sur la plage. Piquée de curiosité, la petite fille s’est alors mis à creuser le sable et en a extirpé des os noircis. La famille Morris, intriguée par la découverte, s’est tourné vers Martin Simpson, un spécialiste des fossiles de l’université de Southampton, pour lui demander son expertise. Et aussitôt, le professeur a su qu’il a affaire à quelque chose de très spécial. Après avoir étudié les ossements, les résultats ont été formels : il s’agit-là d’une nouvelle espèce de petit ptérosaure, un reptile volant de la période du Crétacé (jusqu’à il y a 65 millions d’années).Un ptérosaure de la taille d’une mouette En hommage à l’auteur de cette découverte, les paléontologues ont décidé de baptiser la nouvelle espèce Vectidraco (qui signifie dragon de l’île de Wight) daisymorrisae qu’ils ont décrite en détail dans une étude parue dans la revue PLoS ONE. Selon leurs observations, ce ptérosaure avait probablement une envergure de 75 centimètres et mesurait environ 35 centimètres du museau à la queue. “En d’autres termes, il était similaire en taille à une mouette ou à un grand corbeau. Il était probablement huppé, et montrait des proportions au niveau des membres qui lui permettaient d’être un marcheur et un coureur raisonnablement bon au sol et un expert en vol dans les habitats encombrés de type forêt”,  explique le Dr Darren Naish, principal auteur de l’étude cité par Sci-News. D’après les paléontologues, l’espèce est très proche des spécimens de la famille des Tapejaridae appartenant au groupe des Azhdarchoidea. Des vertébrés qui ont été découverts au Brésil, en Espagne et en Chine notamment.”Les Azhdarchoidea font partie, selon moi, des ptérosaures les plus intéressants. Tous existaient au Crétacé, n’avaient pas de dents, et nombre d’entre eux étaient particulièrement bien adapté à la vie dans des environnements terrestres, tels que des régions boisées, des forêts tropicales ou des plaines inondables”, ajoute le paléontologue. Mais s’il n’avait pas été découvert, l’ossement du ptérosaure aurait sûrement fini en pleine mer ou détruit par l’érosion. C’est pourquoi les chercheurs sont d’autant plus reconnaissants envers la petite Daisy.Une apprentie paléontologue pour une découverte majeure À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?”Elle a un très bon oeil pour les tout petits fossiles, elle a trouvé ces petits os noirs dépassant de la boue et elle a décidé de creuser un peu plus loin et les a tous mis au jour”, se souvient sa mère Mme Morris, professeur assistant avant d’ajouter “nous sommes tous très fiers d’elle”. Pour Martin Simpson, ceci est un exemple criant de comment “des découvertes majeures peuvent être faites par des amateurs”.  D’ailleurs, l’historie ne s’arrête pas là puisque la confirmation de Vectidraco daisymorrisae est arrivée une semaine après, seulement, que le squelette quasi complet d’un dinosaure de 3,50 mètres ait été trouvé sur l’île. Le spécimen de ptérosaure quant à lui, a été légué au Natural History Museum de Londres.Le 25 mars 2013 à 15:51 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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2 arrested after armed subject allegedly threatens woman in Sweetwater

first_imgSWEETWATER, Fla. (WSVN) — Police took two male juveniles into custody after, officials said, an armed subject threatened a woman in a residential neighborhood in Sweetwater, Sunday afternoon.Multiple agencies, including Sweetwater Police, Miami-Dade Police and the Florida Highway Patrol, responded to the scene of the incident near Northwest 110th Avenue and Seventh Street.Authorities set up a perimeter and blocked off several blocks for hours.Sunday night, 7News cameras showed several officers putting one of juveniles in a police cruiser. They were both placed in handcuffs and taken away.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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Carnaval on the Mile celebrates 20th anniversary

first_imgCarnaval on the MileLive from the Heineken Stage https://t.co/4g2PfYgNOD— Carnaval On The Mile (@CarnavalMile) March 3, 2018The celebration hosts two concert stages, a mile of paintings, crafts, photography and fine jewelry.The free two-day event is a cultural experience for the enjoyment of all age groups.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. CORAL GABLES, FLA. (WSVN) – Carnaval on the Mile is celebrating two decades of fun for the entire family, Saturday.The festival, held along Coral Gables’ Miracle Mile, is a weekend-long showcase of art, world music, fine cuisine and children’s entertainment.last_img read more

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Measuring Your App Usage

first_imgWhat Gets Measured?Metrics are similar to what publishers have been tracking on the Web, plus a few extra unique to the mobile platform: unique users, unique sessions, type of device, OS version, as well as location-based metrics.There are three macro areas to focus on:Interaction Rate: This is the rate of people who have downloaded the app and actually use it. If your app produces a high volume of dynamic content, you’d want to see a corresponding interaction rate.Engagement Rate: The next step beyond interaction. What are users looking at and reading? You want to track what sections of content users are reading, how many stories within that section are getting read, and so on.Feedback: This, says Peterson, is what more publishers should be doing. “Have a feedback mechanism,” he says. “Let users have that conversation in the app and then measure the net negative and positive feedback.”There are plenty of ways to drill deeper—what’s getting read, which writers are the most read, and so on—but the platform is so new, publishers should for now be concentrating on what works and what doesn’t.Transparency and ParticipationSarah Ohrvall, who just swapped her leadership role at Bonnier’s Swedish R&D group to head up R&D for the U.S. division, has taken a dual approach to analytics. Ohrvall has spearheaded Bonnier’s development of the Mag+ platform, which Popular Science uses for its iPad edition and which also has its own analytics capabilities baked right in—a prescient move given the recent problems posed to developers by Apple which is currently, according to the language in its Developer Agreement for its upcoming 4.0 operating system, barring third-party in-app measurement software.Ohrvall says analytics can work to the benefit of the publisher and the consumer. She’s looking forward to a day where users can present a “media consumption profile.” In other words, the analytics that are collected on the back end to help drive content, usage and design decisions for the publisher can also be used to enhance user experience and identity, creating a social aspect around content consumption. “Creative publishers can display that data in an interesting way to the consumer,” she says. “We’re trying to find ways to collect analytics that will be a benefit to the user.”More Than Just MetricsMeasuring key interaction and engagement metrics is one thing, says Ohrvall, but those will only go so far. “Of course you need metrics, but [time spent] won’t give you all the right numbers. You can measure what they do, but you can’t see what they don’t do and want to do. This is completely new. We need to understand the behavior behind the numbers,” she says.In that sense, Ohrvall has set a priority to learn about behavior in a context outside of the device itself—in the inherently participatory Web. The transparency of Mag+ carries over to product development as well. Product videos have been posted to the Web. Bloggers are given a peek at production and encouraged to offer opinions and foster discussion. Meanwhile, Ohrvall is watching the Web conversation closely. “We’re getting lots of useful feedback,” she says. “We’re tapping into people’s understanding of the media and their reactions to using it.”On top of that are layered the quantitative tactics and focus groups. “The Web has evolved into a participatory culture and there are ways to use that,” says Ohrvall. Publishers developing apps for mobile and tablet devices have some choices among analytics service providers—as well as some strategic decisions about how that data will be used.Developers can embed third-party measurement software that is integrated and shipped with the app and tracks a variety of usage patterns. The landscape of service providers ranges from outfits like Omniture, WebTrends and Google Analytics, to smaller firms such as Flurry, Localytics and Motally.The bigger providers offer mobile measurement as an add-on to the Web-measurement services publishers may already be getting from them. “It basically prices the same as your fixed Internet,” says Eric Peterson, founder of Web analytics consulting firm Web Analytics Demystified. “You’re tracking events, pages views or clicks, but you basically pay the same rate for mobile apps.”The smaller firms, and Google Analytics, offer free measurement capabilities as well as more robust, fee-based enterprise versions. Localytics, for example, bases their enterprise pricing on the number of active users in any given month. This number can fluctuate, and publishers tend to begin with the free services to benchmark usage before upgrading to an enterprise-level service.last_img read more

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Verizon 5G map Network now live in Chicago and Minneapolis

first_img We tested Verizon’s new 5G network Share your voice Mobile Tags 8:24 Motorola Moto Z3 $480 Comments CNET may get a commission from retail offers. 7 Review • Moto Z3 review: First 5G upgradable phone is a solid midrange choice Mentioned Above Motorola Moto Z3 Verizon’s 5G network is live in Chicago and Minneapolis.  Verizon A week ahead of schedule, Verizon on Wednesday turned on its 5G network in parts of Chicago and Minneapolis. CNET went to Chicago to test it with the Moto Z3. To experience 5G, Verizon customers need to have a Motorola Moto Z3 phone with a 5G Moto Mod. The addition, available now, costs about $200 and attaches magnetically to the phone. Customers on Verizon’s postpaid or unlimited plans get unlimited 5G for an extra $10 per month. The first three months of 5G are free.Verizon said customers on its 5G Ultra Wideband network in Chicago and Minneapolis could see speeds between 450 Mbps to 1Gbps and latency connecting to the network less than 30 milliseconds. “Verizon customers will be the first in the world to have the power of 5G in their hands,” said Hans Vestberg, Verizon’s chairman and chief executive officer, in the release.Read: Testing Verizon’s 5G network almost made we weep real tears For Chicago, the 5G service is concentrated in the West and South Loop areas near landmarks like Union Station, Willis Tower, The Art Institute of Chicago, Millennium Park and The Chicago Theatre. Minneapolis customers’ service is concentrated in the downtown area, like Downtown East and West. The service is available near landmarks like the Minneapolis Convention Center, the Minneapolis Central Library, the Mill City Museum, Target Center and First Avenue venues, The Commons, areas of Elliot Park and in the Verizon store in The Mall of America.Read: Verizon defends its 5G network’s rocky start, throws shade at AT&T and T-MobileBelow is a map showing cities that currently have some 5G coverage:5G, the next generation of cellular tech, has been touted as the life-changing foundation for tech trends like augmented reality and telemedicine. Virtually every major Android handset maker has talked up plans to launch a 5G device this year. However, coverage will be limited at the start, and those 5G phones likely won’t be cheap.AT&T’s 5G network went live in December in a dozen cities. But until 5G phones arrive later this year, it’ll only be useful with Netgear’s Nighthawk 5G Mobile Hotspot, a portable device that creates its own Wi-Fi network so you can link phones, laptops and tablets to the 5G network.Sprint has said its 5G network will launch in May, and T-Mobile says its full 5G launch will happen in the second half of the year.Verizon plans to expand its 5G coverage to 30 cities by the end of 2019. Originally published April 3, 8:54 a.m. PT.Update, 10:30 a.m. PT: Adds more background on 5G networks. See it Now playing: Watch this: 5G Verizonlast_img read more

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Google silently stores your purchase history makes it hard to delete

first_imgIBTimes VideoRelated VideosMore videos Play VideoPauseMute0:02/1:51Loaded: 0%0:02Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVE-1:49?Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedSubtitlessubtitles settings, opens subtitles settings dialogsubtitles off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window. COPY LINKAD Loading … Close Watch: Google CEO Sundar Pichai explains why searching ‘idiot’ turns up Donald Trump’s imagescenter_img Last week, Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai wrote a New York Times op-ed that stated, “privacy cannot be a luxury good.” But behind this, Google has a secret page that records your every single purchase, even if you purchased it elsewhere, like in a store or from Flipkart.A page named as “Purchase” has all the purchase history that you ever made. Digital receipts of every purchase, which is made at different platforms like Amazon, Flipkart, Paytm, Myntra etc. are received at Gmail and Google secretly scans Gmail and records every purchase data. It is a little freaky, and it’s reasonable to be sceptical about why Google is keeping this information.In an emailed statement, Google said to CNBC: “To help you easily view and keep track of your purchases, bookings and subscriptions in one place, we’ve created a private destination that can only be seen by you. You can delete this information at any time. We don’t use any information from your Gmail messages to serve you ads, and that includes the email receipts and confirmations shown on the Purchase page. We’re always working to help people understand and manage their data.”Is this data used for serving ads?Facebook and Google know more about you and have an immense amount of information about you, like your personal habits, location history, and purchase history. Like a social network, both organisations dominate the online advertising industry. Google collects data using methods and tools its users may not be fully aware of, like purchase history. And these tools are increasingly coming under scrutiny because tools collect this data in such a way that it is observed by human employees during the artificial intelligence training process. Google tracks purchasesScreenshotCollection of data in this way is bizarre and it shows Google’s struggle to transparently communicate its privacy policies and ad-tracking methods. However, a Google spokesperson said, “The purchase history is removable and we don’t use any information from your Gmail messages to serve you ads.” Google tracks purchasesScreenshotHow to delete purchase historyDeleting purchase history is not easy as Google doesn’t let you delete or clear this information, at least not directly. You will have to delete the information one by one, and that too by going back to the source email and deleting it. Hectic! Google tracks purchasesScreenshotAs of now, the main reason behind this purchase page is still ill-defined. Even if it’s not being used for ads, it doesn’t make any sense of tracking years of purchases and make it hard to delete that information.last_img read more

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Doctor Who Episode 10 What Season Finale Lacks TARDIS Fam Makes Up

first_img HBO Max Scores Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ Streaming RightsJo Tro Do Plo Plo No: ‘Doctor Who’ Welcomes Back Familiar Monster Stay on target This article contains spoilers for “The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos,” episode 10 of Doctor Who season 11.Well, that was a bit disappointing, eh?After nine weeks of alien intruders, historical figures, and parallel worlds, I expected more oomph from this season’s finale—especially after Chris Chibnall’s (spoiler alert!) Broadchurch series one twist.Instead, Whovians were treated on Sunday to just another episode in a series of uneven escapades.Responding to nine distress signals coming from one planet, Team TARDIS meet a conflict-scarred survivor who can’t remember his name and a bleeding heart Ux under the spell of her false god—Tzim-Sha.That’s right, Tim Shaw is back.Jodie Whittaker always brings the element of surprise (via BBC)The toothy villain, last seen fleeing Sheffield for his home planet, landed “halfway across the universe” on Ranskoor Av Kolos.Mistaken by Andinio (Phyllis Logan) as Ux “creator,” the Stenza warrior was nursed back to health, but confined to the bleak planet by a life support machine.Over the next 3,000 years, the Ux serve his demands, using their Jedi-like powers to take revenge on those races that humiliated him by shrinking their planets to the size of trinkets on a shelf.Many have tried—and failed—to fight Tzim-Sha, their ships littering Ranskoor Av Kolos (which translates to “disintegrator of the soul”). Only by tricking Ux Andinio and Delph (Percelle Ascott) into seeing the truth was the ever-clever Doctor able to triumph.Graham (Bradley Walsh) and Paltraki (Mark Addy) are on a mission (via BBC)“The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos” is by no means bad: Mark Addy’s turn as the slightly sinister Paltraki (I spent much of the hour sure he’d turn out to be the bad guy) was another guest-star triumph; the Game of Thrones actor brings a certain paternal charm to the team.And while Yaz was criminally underused this entire series, it was nice to see her and the Doctor team up for an inspiring girl-power rescue.But where was the heart-pounding action? The edge-of-my-seat excitement? The I-still-tear-up-thinking-of-Rose-and-the-Doctor-parting emotion?This story—which, just as the series opener, was written by Chris Chibnall and directed by Jamie Childs—comes full circle, giving some closure to Grace’s tragic death in the premiere.Criminally underused Yaz (Mandip Gill) (via BBC)But Graham’s steely determination to avenge his wife and kill Tim Shaw felt somewhat out of place, even as a character development. More than just the comic relief, Bradley Walsh is a surprisingly capable actor, often serving as the group’s moral anchor.So there’s no question of whether he can play vengeful. The question, however, is whether he should.I did wonder if Graham would actually go through with it; whether he would ignore the Doctor’s warning (pull that trigger and you’re off the team) and become an intergalactic killer (no thanks to Ryan’s saccharine confession).Ux Delph (Percelle Ascott) is basically a Jedi in training (via BBC)In the end, something was missing. Something big. Maybe Chibnall’s saving it for New Year’s Day? Maybe he didn’t want to leave on a cliffhanger he may not have returned to conclude? (More on that later.)Either way, showrunner Chibnall, producer Matt Strevens, Thirteenth Doctor Jodie Whittaker, and the entire cast and crew of Doctor Who deserve a pat on the back.They have imbued a real sense of magic, modernity, and joy in this year’s relaunch, securing a new generation of fans while encouraging old ones to see things in a new light.Missed episode nine of Doctor Who? Check out our recap of “It Takes You Away.” Also, check out these gifts for the ultimate Whovian.Doctor Who glossary (for all your British-to-American English needs):Wellies: Short for wellington, a knee-high waterproof rubber bootIn a bad way: In troublelast_img read more

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Recycled Chewing Gum Gives These Shoes Serious Sole

first_imgStay on target Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Nike x ‘Stranger Things’ Is Back With an Upside Down-Inspire…Here’s a Closer Look at the Nike Kyrie 5 SpongeBob Pack center_img Walk around city sidewalks and streets long enough and eventually you’re going to step in someone’s discarded chewing gum. The stuff is everywhere, and it’s notoriously annoying to clean up.And just what the heck can you do with bags and bags of ABC gum once it’s been scraped up, anyway? A London company has turned it into the sturdy sole for a pair of limited edition shoes.The Gumshoe (see what they did there?) is a collaboration among Gumdrop Limited, the destination marketers at I Amsterdam and Explicit Gear. Two colors are being offered, the subdued black and a very loud pink. The chunky sole on both features a map of the Netherlands’ capital city — which just happens to be where the actual gum used to make the shoes’ Gum-tec soles was collected.Unconfirmed footage of gum being collected for Gum-tec solesThere’s plenty of raw material in the Netherlands that can be used to create a product like Gum-tec. According to the Gumshoe site, roughly 1.5 million kilograms (about 1650 tons) of gum winds up as litter every year.Here in the U.S. there’s an even larger supply. That seems like a huge figure, until you consider that in the U.S. an estimated 250,000 tons gets tossed.Gumdrop has come up with a whole range of products made from Gum-tec. They’ve made rubber balls, pencils, erasers, rulers, frisbees, lunch boxes and guitar picks. There’s even a Gum-tec comb, which is probably the only way you would ever intentionally put gum in your hair.Gumdrop can make all of the items it produces in just about any color you can imagine. Pink just happens to be a fun way to highlight the fact that they’re made from gumOh, and here’s another fun fact about Gum-tec items. According to Gumdrop, they retain that unmistakable chewing gum smell (presumably the cotton candy-ish pink stuff, like Dubble Bubble).last_img read more

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Using silicon chips to trap ultracold atoms

first_img Explore further Citation: Using silicon chips to trap ultra-cold atoms (2006, June 26) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2006-06-silicon-chips-ultra-cold-atoms.html Ultra-cold atoms deliver cool research The long-term goal of Professor J. H. Thywissen’s physics lab at the University of Toronto is to be able to tailor a system with a Hamiltonian which simulates a high temperature superconductor.center_img “The idea,” Seth Aubin, a post-doctoral researcher in the group, tells PhysOrg.com “is to create your own Hamiltonian for the simulation.” The research at the University of Toronto, published May 28th in Nature Physics, simplifies and accelerates the efficient production of the ultra-cold fermion gases required for the quantum simulations of high temperature superconductors.“The idea of using a silicon chip is novel,” says Aubin. “It’s neat that we’re using these chips with lithographically printed wires. The wires can be used to get tighter traps. It’s the tightness that is important.” Aubin explains that tighter traps allow for a higher rate of collision between particles, as well as a higher re-thermalization rate. And this is important when one is dealing with trapping rare atoms for use in a simulation. The University of Toronto team, which includes Aubin and his professor Thywissen, along with S. Myrskog, M. H. T. Extavour, L. J. LeBlanc, D. McKay and A. Stummer, has created a more effective way to generate ultra-cold Fermi gas with the use of the tighter traps and an apparatus that is both more efficient and more compact: “Before,” explains Aubin, “one uses two connected vacuum chambers. We only use one. A typical time scale for the cycle is between 30 seconds and a minute and a half. We can do it in less than 30 seconds.” The tough part, he says, is evaporative, sympathetic cooling. Along with his collaborators, Aubin has demonstrated how to cut that part of the cycle down to six seconds.Using the tight magnetic trap, microfabricated on a silicon chip, Aubin and his colleagues can perform species-specific evaporative and sympathetic cooling on the trapped atoms. When the process is complete, the fermions can then be loaded into an optical lattice. The fermions represent the electrons in a Hamiltonian, and the optical lattice simulates a crystal lattice. Using the device, arrangements could be made in order to solve various Hamiltonians using the simulation.Aubin admits that while this particular system is usually faster, some non-magnetic traps have accomplished parts of the cycle more rapidly. “However,” he says, “those traps are better-suited for large numbers of atoms. We are working with rarer atoms. The other schemes are less efficient when it comes to using rare atoms.”While there are no immediate applications for the work, Aubin sees a promising future, about 10 years down the road, for physics devices as a result of the work with Fermi degenerate states on chips. Because multiple traps (on the micro level) could be loaded onto a single chip, it would be possible to create quantum systems that interact. This could be a boon for quantum information processing, more precise measuring apparatuses and interferometry. “Fermion interferometers,” explains Aubin, “are expected to provide significant improvement in measurement of both inertial and gravitational forces.” He also touts the usefulness of fermions in atomic clocks, making them more accurate.“Fermions are more accurate than bosons,” Aubin explains. “Degenerate boson gases or Bose-Einstein condensates turn out to be very precise but not very accurate. While a fermion would lose a little in precision—hardly anything at all, though—it would gain enormously on the accuracy.”Using this new ultra-cold fermion production technique will also simplify the study of dual species quantum gases, many-body atomic states, and emerging forms of superfluidity.By Miranda Marquit, Copyright 2006 PhysOrg.com. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more

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Carnival appoints Adolfo Perez as Senior VP of Sales Trade Marketing

first_img Posted by Share << Previous PostNext Post >> MIAMI — Carnival Cruise Line has promoted 36-year veteran Adolfo Perez to the role of senior vice president of sales and trade marketing.Perez, who had been serving as vice president of sales and trade marketing since 2015, has helped roll out several initiatives and programs to fortify relationships with travel agents and various associations. In his new role, he will continue to be responsible for Carnival’s business development teams and trade marketing functions in Canada, the U.S., and international markets.Perez will report to Ken Tate, who has been promoted to executive vice president & chief commercial officer.Adolfo PerezLast year Perez got “Travel Agents Rock” tattooed on his arm.“Adolfo has been critical to driving growth in our travel agent business, both domestically and internationally, and we want to recognize the success of his leadership and the efforts of his team and the results they have delivered,” said Carnival Cruise Line President Christine Duffy. “We greatly value our relationship with our travel agent partners and all of us at Carnival are committed to continuing to work hard to develop innovative and beneficial programs to support them.”More news:  Flights cancelled as British Airways hit by computer problemPerez first joined Carnival in 1982 as an embarkation agent, climbing in the ranks to hold various managerial positions within the company’s sales and reservations departments, including vice president of reservations sales. Prior to joining Sales & Trade Marketing, he launched the company’s international sales and marketing office in London and, upon his return to the U.S., served as Carnival’s vice president of new markets and product marketing.“Working with the sales and trade marketing team for the past two and a half years has been an incredibly rewarding experience and I look forward to forging ahead with even more initiatives in the next phase of this role,” said Perez. “From Agentpalooza to our popular ‘Travel Agents Rock’ program, it’s been gratifying to see the relationship with our valued travel partners grow stronger and this is just the beginning.”Perez is based in Miami Beach, Florida. Tags: Carnival Cruise Line, Peoplecenter_img Carnival appoints Adolfo Perez as Senior VP of Sales & Trade Marketing Travelweek Group Tuesday, January 30, 2018 last_img read more

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Cuba investing in hotels entertainment golf as it banks on Canadians

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