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Council approves temporary use permit for Temporary Tank Farm

first_imgDuring discussion Mayor Lori Ackerman made sure that if council approved the temporary use permit and problems with the tanks surfaced, GFL Environmental would be held liable. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – City Council met Monday and approved a temporary use permit for a Temporary Tank Farm at 8831 100 street.GFL Environmental made the request to continue operations of their business on their current property, which consists of four industrial storage tanks containing used oil and glycol. The request is to stay where they are presently located until the end of their lease, which is August 31st, 2020.The tank farm has been at its present location since 2015, but the company is looking to move to the Fort St. John industrial zone once their lease expires.last_img

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IAEA chief strikes positive note after talks with Sharon on nucleararmsfree zone

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director-General Mohamed ElBaradei held talks with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and members of his Cabinet during his visit to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. At a press conference in Jerusalem, Mr. ElBaradei said Mr. Sharon had confirmed to him that Israeli policy about Middle East peace means the country is “looking forward” to the region’s establishment as a zone free of nuclear weapons. “It’s not a new policy, but affirming that policy at the level of Prime Minister I think is quite a welcome development,” Mr. ElBaradei said. He also met officials of Israel’s Atomic Energy Commission and gave a lecture at a university in Jerusalem during his visit. The trip by Mr. ElBaradei follows a call by the IAEA General Conference of Member States for every Middle Eastern country to open its nuclear facilities to full inspection by the agency and to work towards a nuclear-weapons-free-zone. read more

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UN appeals for support to tackle massive health needs of Rohingya refugees

“This is one of the biggest humanitarian crises in recent times,” Dr. Poonam Khetrapal Singh, the WHO South-East Asia Regional Director told a partners’ meeting in Dhaka, Bangladesh’s capital.“No single agency or the Government of Bangladesh alone can meet the massive health needs of such a large population group,” she said.The Rohingya population has settled in an area prone to cyclones, and on terrain that will flood as soon as rains begin. “The risk of outbreak of life threatening water and vector borne diseases under such conditions is huge,” she explained.Since August 2017, nearly 700,000 minority Muslim Rohingyas have fled violence in Myanmar across the border into Bangaldesh’s Cox’s Bazar, joining several hundred thousand more that were already settled there in overcrowded camps.Coordinating the work of over 100 partners on the ground, along with the Ministry of Health, WHO has facilitated a contingency plan for the rainy season.To minimize the risk of diseases and deaths, the plan aims to continue health services during rains and floods. Additionally, all 207 health facilities in the area have been assessed for vulnerability during rains, with 25 per cent of them slated for relocation.Since the start of the Rohingya crisis, 900,000 doses of cholera vaccine were administered to the refugees and their host communities, in addition to two vaccination campaigns for measles and three for diphtheria, which concluded earlier this week with WHO support.“However,” Dr. Khetrapal Singh warned “much of the health sector’s capacity to respond depends on availability of resources.”Moreover, the vulnerable population will need continued services for reproductive, maternal and child health, communicable and non-communicable diseases, as well as psychosocial support, the WHO Regional Director added.WHO has appealed to partners for $16.5 million for continued support in 2018, which is part of the $113.1 million being sought by all health partners under the Joint Response Plan for the Rohingya crisis. read more

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Meghan Markle attends Queens Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace

first_imgThe Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall arrive at Buckingham PalaceCredit:Mark Stewart  Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. The Duchess of Gloucester drives herself to the Christmas lunch Credit:Jonathan Brady /PA The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at Buckingham PalaceCredit:Jonathan Brady /PA Prince and Princess Michael of Kent’s daughter Gabriella of Windsor in the back of the couple’s carCredit:Philip Toscano /PA Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall arrive Among the other Royals to attend the event were Prince and Princess Michael of Kent and their daughter Lady Gabriella Windsor. Prince William Prince George looks out the window of a car driven by his father, the Duke of CambridgeCredit:Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock  Meghan Markle was driven into Buckingham Palace by Prince Harry Prince Harry introduced Meghan Markle to the nation in Nottingham earlier this monthCredit:Joe Giddens /PA Sisters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, the Duke of York’s children, were also spotted arriving for the lunch by car. Princess Alexandra (right) arriving Meghan Markle has joined Prince Harry at Buckingham Palace to attend the Queen’s Christmas lunch, as she is further welcomed into the Royal family.The US actress was photographed in the passenger seat of a Land Rover Discovery driven by her fiance as they arrived for the event on Wednesday afternoon.The couple looked relaxed as they passed waiting photographers. The prince, 33, was smartly dressed in a suit, shirt and tie and the 36-year-old former Suits star wore a patterned outfit.The Queen traditionally hosts a festive lunch for her family before leaving for her private Sandringham estate, where she spends her winter break.It has already been confirmed that Ms Markle will be part of the Royal party at Sandringham for Christmas and is expected to greet crowds ahead of the morning church service.Her appearance at the Buckingham Palace lunch is another indication of how quickly she has been accepted into the monarchy ahead of the wedding. Tradition reportedly dictates that the lunch is attended by only relatives and spouses. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at Buckingham Palace hey got engaged on November 27 and a few days later a proud prince introduced his bride-to-be to the nation during a series of official events in Nottingham. It is believed to be the first time that Ms Markle will have met many of Prince Harry’s extended family members.The Duke of Cambridge drove his family into Buckingham Palace, with the Duchess of Cambridge in the passenger seat of the Range Rover.Their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, sat in the rear seats either side of their Spanish nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo. Princess Charlotte gazes at photographers through the windscreen as the family arrive at Buckingham PalaceCredit:Andrew Parsons / i-Images  The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall smiled at passers-by and tourists who were likely delighted at the unexpected chance to see so many members of the Royal family. The Duchess of Gloucester and Princess Alexandra were among the other attendees.center_img The Royal family are paying for the wedding, including the church service, the music, the flowers and the reception.But the security costs for the high-profile event are falling to the taxpayer. Princess Beatrice smiles as she attends the Christmas lunchCredit:Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock  Her sister, Princess Eugenie, was also pictured arriving for the family get-togetherCredit:Jonathan Brady /PA The Duchess of Gloucester  After the couple’s engagement was announced last month, Ms Markle, the American actress, is set to appear at church with the Windsors at Sandringham on Christmas Day. Prince Harry and Ms Markle will be married on May 19 at Windsor Castle’s St George’s Chapel – an event which will be one of the royal highlights of 2018.They got engaged on November 27 and a few days later a proud prince introduced his bride-to-be to the nation during a series of official events in Nottingham. Princess Charlotte Prince Michael of Kent and his daughter Gabriella of Windsor arriving  Princess Alexandra (right) is in jovial mood as she arrives at Buckingham PalaceCredit:Jonathan Brady /PA Prince and Princess Michael of Kent arrive at the gates of Buckingham PalaceCredit:Jonathan Brady /PA Princess Beatrice Meghan Markle was driven into Buckingham Palace by Prince Harry in a Land Rover DiscoveryCredit:Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock  Palace aides have already said that the prince and Ms Markle’s wedding will “reflect their characters and personalities” and be a moment of “fun and joy”.They will tie the knot in the historic surrounds of the Castle’s 15th century St George’s Chapel.Ms Markle, who is to become a British citizen, is being both baptised and confirmed ahead of the religious ceremony. Princess Eugenie  Prince and Princess Michael of Kent The Queen will be there, as will the rest of the Royal family, along with Ms Markle’s parents Thomas Markle and Doria Ragland.Prince George and Princess Charlotte look set take on the roles of pageboy and bridesmaid.Full interview: Harry and Meghan reveal engagement joy Harry proposed to Suits star Ms Markle during a cosy night in over a roast chicken dinner after a 16-month whirlwind romance.In their engagement interview he told of how “the stars were aligned” when he fell for his future wife, whom he met on a blind date. Dozens of members of the extended Royal family – most of whom do not get an invitation to Sandringham – gather each year for the family get-together.last_img read more

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Filipino ambassador warned about typhoon devastation last year

first_imgLAST YEAR, DOHA in Qatar played host to a major climate change conference.The conference brought no new agreement on a greenhouse gas limit, but cleared up confusion on which country’s are signed up to which protocol.It also featured a speech by the Philippine envoy Naderev Sano which, in light of the events of the last week, seems eerily prescient.In his short address, Sano says that his country, which was in the midst of the deadly Typhoon Bopha, was “suffering”.“As we vacillate and procrastinate here, we are suffering. There is massive and widespread devastation back home. Heartbreaking tragedies like this are not unique to the Philippines. The outcome of our work is not about what our political masters want. It is about what is demanded of us by seven billion people.“I ask of all of us here, if not us, then who? If not now, then when? If not here, then where?”Sano made a similar plea at the weekend in Poland and has since begun fasting in solidarity with the victims of the deadly typhoon that has battered his homeland.(OneWorldTV/YouTube)Thanks to commenter Miss Filed for the heads up. In Pictures: Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan attempt to leave TaclobanRead: Up to four million children affected by Typhoon Haiyanlast_img read more

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Les fous de Bassan des oiseaux de mer en déclin au Québec

first_imgLes fous de Bassan, des oiseaux de mer en déclin au QuébecSelon les récentes estimations du Service canadien de la faune, la population de fous de Bassan de l’Île Bonaventure, au Québec, est en déclin de 20% par rapport à 2009. Une tendance générale dans toute l’Amérique du Nord. Eaux poissonneuses, falaises propices à la nidification, rareté des prédateurs et aire protégée : l’île Bonnaventure, à 3,5 kilomètres au large du village de Percé, en Gaspésie (Québec), est un lieu privilégié pour les fous de Bassan, qui y séjournent d’avril à octobre. Cette colonie, la plus importante du monde depuis 2009, a cependant amorcé un déclin, selon les biologistes du Service canadien de la faune (SCF). À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Le dernier comptage effectué à partir de photos aériennes (une démarche annuelle, depuis la marée noire de 2010 dans le Golfe du Mexique, où certains individus passent l’hiver) montre que la colonie, qui comptait près de 60.000 couples nicheurs en 2009, n’en comptait plus que 47.800 en 2011. Après une augmentation constante entre 1979 et 2009, ce retour aux effectifs du début des années 2000 étonne les ornithologues du Québec, de Terre-Neuve et plus globalement d’Amérique du Nord, où le phénomène se généralise. “Ce n’est pas catastrophique, mais la tendance est à la baisse, alors il faut se poser des questions… Ça peut être dû à de mauvaises conditions climatiques, à une maladie, à la faible abondance des proies. Il y a une limite, aussi, à la taille des colonies. Les ressources des fous peuvent être épuisées”, a déclaré Jean-François Rail, biologiste et spécialiste des oiseaux marins au SCF, membre d’un groupe d’étude que plusieurs chercheurs nord-américains ont formé pour échanger de l’information et chercher les causes de ce déclin.Le 17 mars 2012 à 14:29 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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2 families get keys to their Habitat for Humanity homes

first_imgEvergreen Habitat for Humanity dedicated two new houses Sunday afternoon, handing over the keys to new homes and new chapters in the lives of two single mothers and their families.Dakota Palmore and Tiffany Hauxhurst will move into their new three-bedroom homes in the Father Blanchet Park neighborhood of Vancouver after years of applications and construction.Palmore helped with building, as all Habitat recipients do, but also with the larger organization.“A lot of it would be like bingo night. I’d come out and read the numbers for bingo. Barbecues, events, anything that they’re doing with Habitat events,” she said. “But mostly building.”Her sons, 21-year-old Ray and 4-year old Keavee, will join her, and they’re all elated.“To be here, I’m just so excited,” she said. “In the beginning, it seems like it’s going to happen really quick, and then you realize you need to be patient.”Finding stable housing has been a challenge, and Palmore has been sharing a room with her youngest, but now he’ll have his own room and space to be himself.last_img read more

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Time for Tottenham to prove themselves says Ian Wright

first_imgArsenal legend Ian Wright believes the time is right for Tottenham to step up and prove themselves.For the past couple of years, Tottenham have been a title contender, and have won more combined points in the last three seasons that any Premier League club.Ian Wright is eager to see Tottenham be more consistent. Granted Tottenham have a good team, but for 10 years, they have not won a single trophy.“There was a time, four or five years ago, when a Tottenham defeat at Watford would almost have been laughed off as just another example of Spurs “being Spursy”.” Wright wrote on The Sun.“Brilliant one day, going to Manchester United and leaving as comfortable winners. Then getting rolled over by one of the so-called lesser lights.“Only these days the sands have shifted. Expectations have raised and defeats like the one we saw at Vicarage Road on Sunday simply won’t wash any more.“For the Spurs, we have right now is not the Spurs of old. This isn’t a team everyone — including even their own fans — expected to be superb and shocking in equal measure.Christian Eriksen, Tottenham, SpursPochettino: ‘Happy’ Christian Eriksen ready for Spurs action Andrew Smyth – September 12, 2019 Mauricio Pochettino insists Christian Eriksen is “happy” and in the right frame of mind for Tottenham despite his failed summer exit.“This is a team which, rather than trying to force their way among the big guns, have become a prize scalp themselves. A team all opponents now raise their game for.“A team who, barring a small handful of times, will go into every one of their Premier League fixture as favourites.”Tottenham sit 5th in the Premier League table with 9 points after winning 3 matches and losing one.last_img read more

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Dortmund CEO Bayern Munich remain the Bundesliga title favourites

first_imgBorussia Dortmund chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke won’t allow himself to get carried away with their excellent start in the Bundesliga and insisted Bayern Munich remain the favouritesUnder new coach Lucien Favre, Dortmund have opened up an unexpected six-point lead over defending champions Bayern at the top of the standings.It marks a remarkable turn around in form for BVB, who had finished last season a staggering 29 points behind winners Bayern in fourth-place.However, Watzke downplayed their title hopes by insisting Bayern will always be favourites due to their financial strength.“Bayern are always the favourite,” Watze told DPA.Jadon Sancho, Borussia DortmundCrouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.“I won’t allow myself to be told anything else. Anyone in such an economic sphere must live with being the perennial favourite.“For us, it is more important that we have shown the German football community that we are a factor to be reckoned with again, that we have brought excitement back to the league.“In the past years, it was effectively clear at Christmas who would be the champions.”Dortmund, who are chasing a first Bundesliga title since 2012, will return to action from the winter break on January 19 away to RB Leipzig.last_img read more

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JAMAICA Tourism Minister urges Collective Effort to Curb Visitor Harassment

first_img Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Jamaica, January 15, 2018 – Montego Bay – Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, has called for a collective effort to curtail visitor harassment in order to safeguard the industry’s gains and surpass the country’s record-breaking outturns achieved in 2017.“We made history in Jamaica when we welcomed 4.3 million visitors to the island (in 2017).  The sector (also generated) approximately US$3 billion in earnings, representing an 11.2 per cent increase (over 2016).“We cannot afford to reverse the gains we have made and continue to make.  This is why it is so important to curb the vexing issue of visitor harassment so that our thriving tourism sector can experience further expansion,” the Minister added.   He was speaking at the opening ceremony for a sensitization workshop for parish judges at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in St. James on January 13.Mr. Bartlett said visitor harassment remains an issue for the tourism sector and, such, lauded the workshop’s participants for their interest in being sensitized on the issue and how they can help to curb it.   He pointed out that the industry, having soared to levels “beyond our wildest imagination” in 2017, must be “protected at all costs”.Mr. Bartlett said despite challenges with visitor harassment, recent surveys indicate that up to 60 per cent of tourists are “very satisfied” with the Jamaican experience, with 42 per cent being repeat visitors.“Our intention is for those numbers to be higher…so we have no room for complacency.  The visit should resonate so well with those who land on our soil that they will unhesitatingly give us an A plus rating consistently,” he emphasized.Mr. Bartlett said, in this regard, industry stakeholders have a pivotal role to play in safeguarding the sector, adding that “we have to be very firm in our pledge to decrease incidents of harassment and, over time, see to its elimination”.Release: JISlast_img read more

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Devansoy Chief Business Development Officer visits ASA Office to meet with WISHH

first_imgScott Desing, Chief Business Development Officer for Devansoy, visited the American Soybean Association’s World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (ASA/WISHH) program’s office to meet with WISHH Executive Director Jim Hershey and Asia Program Manager Alan F. Poock.  Devansoy is a manufacturer of soy protein ingredients used in a wide range of products, including soymilk, dairy analogs, cereal, baked goods and skin-care products.  Through ASA/WISHH’s activities in Bangladesh, Devansoy has worked with PRAN, the country’s largest food processor, on how to use one of their ingredients in the manufacturing of soymilk. There is a growing interest by Bangladeshi food manufacturers on how to incorporate soy proteins into their products.A wide range of topics were covered during the meeting, including future ASA/WISHH programs, trade teams to the U.S. and other Devansoy products.Funding for ASA/WISHH’s work in Bangladesh is provided by the Foreign Agriculture Service’s (FAS) Emerging Market Program (EMP).last_img read more

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iPhones battery life is overstated Apple denies

first_img iPhone XS And XS Max: 7 Things You Need To Know About Apples Updated Premium Phone Close The battery life problem with iPhones isn’t new for users who have long complained that their smartphones don’t last as long as other phones. But Apple has always claimed that the iPhones’ battery life is just as good as other phones in its league, at least that’s what the battery life claims on specific models suggested. But Which?, the UK consumer advocacy group, decided to challenge Apple’s claims and found shocking results.According to the report published by Which?, Apple significantly overstates the battery life of its iPhones. The claims are made after testing nine iPhone models and Which? found that none of the Apple smartphones lived up to the official battery time claims made by the Cupertino tech titan.In one example, Which? noted that Apple claims the battery life of the newly-released iPhone XR is 25 hours of talktime, whereas the independent investigation revealed the handset lasted only 16 hours and 32 minutes. This was the highest discrepancy of 51 percent noted in all smartphone models tested by Which? Apple iPhone 7Apple Press KitWhich? also noted that Apple’s battery life claims are exaggerated by at least 18 percent. The method used by Which? for testing iPhones’ talk time battery life was not revealed, which gave Apple the grey area to deny the claims. Apple’s methodology for testing the battery life of iPhones is published on the company’s official website.”We rigorously test our products and stand behind our battery life claims. With tight integration between hardware and software, iPhone is engineered to intelligently manage power usage to maximize battery life. Our testing methodology reflects that intelligence,” Apple was quoted as saying in response to Which? investigations. Apple iPhone XrApple Event Page (screen-grab)According to the report, Which? also tested phones from other brands and found that HTC’s battery life claims were overstated by 5 percent. It doesn’t fall anywhere close to 18-51 percent exaggeration by Apple.On the other hand, some brands like Sony, Nokia and Samsung seemed to have understated the battery life of their smartphones. Sony’s Xperia X5 Compact is said to have a battery life of 17 hours, whereas Which? found the handset actually lasted 25 hours and 52 minutes.”Which? is warning people to be wary when looking at the expected battery life of mobile phones as they may vary from the manufacturer’s claims,” the body noted in its report.last_img read more

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Star Treks batleth is the stupidest weapon in science fiction

first_img How do you pronounce it?1/10 It depends. Two pronunciations are given for Risa. In the script for TNG episode for “The Mind’s Eye”, the pronunciation is given as “RYE-sa.” While the script for the TNG Episode “Q-Less,” gave the pronunciation as “RYE-suh.” This pronunciation would also be used in the Enterprise episode “Fallen Hero.” Whichever way you want to pronounce it, the Risians are okay with it. Just as long as it makes you happy.<><> Star Trek: Beyond is actually pretty good and CBS (not Paramount; man, that’s a decades-long habit) is working on a new Star Trek TV series, so this seems like a good time to address something that’s been bugging me for years. I know the Klingons haven’t had much of a presence in the reboot universe outside of the really, really stupid-looking post-apocalyptic raver gang in Into Darkness, but this has been a problem since Next Generation: The bat’leth is the dumbest weapon.Yes, the signature weapon of the Klingons, the ultimate warrior’s sword wielded by a race of honorable and combat-ready space Vikings, the blade shaped when Kahless himself dipped his hair in lava and bent it into a weapon to kill the gods of the Klingons. That bat’leth. It’s dumb as hell.If you’re not familiar with the bat’leth, which is possible since it hasn’t been in post-reboot Star Trek, it’s a Klingon “sword” that looks like a big steel crescent bat wing with leather handles. Worf is a master of it, and nearly every major duel and battle to the death involving Klingons has centered around it.It looks super-sick, I won’t deny it. But it’s one of the stupidest weapons imaginable for a so-called warrior race, because its design is almost purely defensive. This isn’t an offensive sword. In fact, it’s terribly designed for attacking.Bat’leths are typically held with two hands on two parts of the handles about a third of the blade’s distance inward from each end. Its base stance holds it like a staff, or one of those American Gladiators Q-tip things (which Riker hilariously fought his father with, because Next Generation for all of its great episodes had some really, really stupid moments). You hold it horizontally, and swing or deflect attacks from that position, unless you want to do a weird baton-swirling thing and try to catch it against your forearm.I want you to picture holding this weapon, or take a broom or some long stick and hold it like you would a bat’leth. Now, from this neutral position, imagine hitting someone with the ends of the stick.Clonk. Clonk. Wow, those were really short, weak swings. That’s because the bat’leth is designed to have the worst possible leverage when you hold it naturally. You have a yard-long steel blade, and the grip gives you a reach of about a foot, without the distance or torque to put any power behind it.The producers, or at least the choreographers, realized this about halfway through Next Generation. That’s why when Worf goes for the killing blow against Duras, he grips his bat’leth at the far end and swings it like a big axe. It’s also why they introduced mek’leths, which are culturally minor weapons compared with the bat’leth but much, much better designed because they’re basically just big, jagged machetes. It’s a really good weapon for defense if you hold it naturally, but you need to completely move both of your hands to get a good swing going (and that position kills your defensive leverage). That’s a good second or two in the middle of battle, and that can mean death. Any weapon that forces you to change your grip so radically to effectively attack is terribly designed, and really stupid for a warrior race to venerate. Congratulations, honorable fighters! You’re running into battle flicking your hips to scratch at your enemies, or wasting time moving your hands while- what? You’re dead already? Good work.Why not just wield the bat’leth like an axe all the time, then? Because that just highlights how stupid the design is. Grips are meant to be gripped, and on edged weapons every inch of grip is an inch that could be a razor-sharp blade used to murdering people. Bat’leths have big-ass grips all across the back, and if you’re holding on to just a fraction of that space, you’re really showing off how much metal is wasted, adding nothing to either blade area or weight for swinging. And because it’s a symmetrical weapon, even swinging it as an axe isn’t nearly as effective as a real axe, because the weight of the head increases the force of the blow. The angle of the claw blade things at the ends of the bat’leth are also really shallow for any sort of axe swing, so most of the power behind it will just glance off.For a race of warriors that prize their prowess in melee combat, the most famous weapon of the Klingons is really, really dumb. Seriously, what was Kahless thinking?Anyway here’s a slideshow about Star Trek’s sex planet.last_img read more

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Night diving in Riviera Maya still restricted

first_imgPlaya del Carmen, Q.R. — Companies that offer night diving in the region are hoping that by summer, restrictions will be lifted.Members of the Association of Providers of Aquatic Services hope that before the summer, the Harbor Master will reactivate the activity of night diving after the suspension that was applied on March 15th.Alfonso Torres, president of Association of Providers of Aquatic Service, says that the maritime authority ordered them to create an operation manual for night time diving, which they are working on with the union members.“The maritime captaincy is waiting for us to present an operations manual of how the activity is carried out. We need to analyze and adjust for the resumption of activities.“We need to fulfill procedures of night time diving such as report where you are going, how many people you have, what time you are going, flares that you wear, what radio is working, how likely you are to have a support team,” explained Alfonso Torres.Although they have not recorded any mishaps, he said the creation of the manual is for prevention. They have not experienced any recent financial losses since it is a low-season he said, adding that there are approximately 20 boats that offer night time diving.However, financial losses were recorded in March when the Port Captaincy made the announcement, since it was a week before Easter high season.“I am already working with partners to expand the information. In fact, we are proposing that the schedule be extended (…) we are going to put it in a well structured document and we are going to meet with Harbor Master to analyze it,” Torres added.He says that in the daytime diving activity have a current rate of about 70 percent with a large presence of North American, European and South American tourists.The municipality of Solidaridad is in the process of creating regulations for day time diving in Riviera Maya cenotes.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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The new Low Dose Expert Panel includes 15 specialists in radiology, cardiology and physics, who are internationally recognized for their publications on the subject of CT dose. The panel’s objective is to generate proposals for how manufacturers may continue to develop their technology and to help users better adapt their procedures in order to bring about further dose reduction in CT. One of the most important suggestions from the first meeting of the Low Dose Expert Panel in May concerns methods to increase utilization in clinical practice of the many CT dose reduction technologies that are already available.Already at its first round of discussions last month, the panel identified several action items:• To establish a baseline of dose levels for the 10 most commonly performed CT exams, the group agreed to establish and contribute to an international, multi-institutional dose registry. The values obtained can help establish reference doses, with the potential to dramatically lower radiation exposure in clinical practice.• The participating institutions will share their CT scan protocols for the 10 most commonly performed examinations on a central website to promote best practice sharing in the field.• Siemens will develop a dedicated low dose educational program in close collaboration with the involved institutions. Trainers specializing in dose reduction technology will be available to work with customers to train personnel, optimize scan protocols and implement dose reduction procedures.The panel will meet twice a year to discuss new ideas and investigate whether measures already agreed upon are having a positive impact. Siemens intends to use the discussions to spur the development of new features for its CT scanners and new training programs for its customers.The panel’s members are:• Hatem Alkadhi, M.D., University Hospital Zürich, Switzerland• Christoph Becker, M.D., Ludwig Maximilian University, Germany• Elliot Fishman, M.D., Johns Hopkins University, U.S.• Donald Frush, M.D., Duke University, U.S.• Jörg Hausleiter, M.D., German Heart Center Munich, Germany• Willi Kalender, Ph.D., University of Erlangen, Germany• Harold Litt, M.D., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, U.S.• Cynthia McCollough, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic, U.S.• Alec Megibow, M.D., NYU-Langone Medical Center, U.S.• Michael Recht, M.D., NYU-Langone Medical Center, U.S.• Dushyant Sahani, M.D., Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, U.S.• U. Joseph Schoepf, M.D., Medical University of South Carolina, U.S.• Marilyn Siegel, M.D., Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, U.S.• Aaron Sodickson, M.D.-Ph.D., Brigham and Women’s Hospital, U.S.• Kheng-Thye Ho, M.D., Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Video Player is loading.Mark Ibrahim explains what EPs need from CT imagingPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 5:23Loaded: 3.08%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -5:23 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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first_imgBy Tanya DukesVersace Donatella Versace knows how to keep her jet-setting, yacht-hopping customers happy. The collection was heavy on neat cocktail dresses, slinky minis and full-on glamorous gowns. Opening looks worked in restrained tones of black and silver. But it wouldn’t be Versace without a shot of color: For those who find sunny weather no matter the season, a cavalcade of sherbet-colored frocks came next. Every editor wants one of the mini dresses covered entirely in blush colored paillettes. Place your order now for what will be one of the party dresses of the season.Roberto Cavalli Ever effervescent Roberto Cavalli’s fall collection took a dark turn. While black has been the predominant shade of the season, it was still a bit of a shock to see to much of it from a designer known for fizzy color and more than a little leopard print. Of course, dark doesn’t have to mean somber and Cavalli’s collection shone with sparkle provided by studs and grommets aplenty. The look is urban, super sexy and tough with loads of lean pants, cropped jackets and transparent evening dresses that will be at home in lots of wardrobes that don’t yet have Cavalli pieces. The brand has gone to the dark side and is all the better for it.Brioni Brioni pushed the envelope of the standard suiting silhouette and infused it with movement and soft draping. Virtually every garment that came down the runway featured elements that arced away from or around the body. Kimono jackets, cowl necks and palazzo pants made for a soft but corporate-ready look. Sleeves and trouser legs were mostly cropped, full and swingy. Chief standouts were entrance-making coats with dramatic double lapels or funnel necks that framed the face and always-necessary pencil skirts in brilliant jewel tones.Marni Consuelo Castiglioni did it again at Marni. She captured an offhanded mix of quirky touches with a luxurious, grown-up feel that recalled bohemian grand dames like Peggy Guggenheim. The key components were jumbo herringbone, florals and geometric patterns done in iridescent silks and nubby wool. There were plenty of modesty preserving, knee-length skirts and dresses to go around, but Castiglioni also embraced pants of the cropped, drop-crotched variety. Flowered and bib necklaces that appeared to be a collage of shiny found objects, super high sandals and patterned tights provided the finishing touches.last_img read more

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first_imgStrong economic growth – the highest growth rate since 2008 – is credit positive for Cypriot banks Moody’s ratings agency said on Thursday, noting however that despite the growth reduction of non-performing exposure will be slow.According to Moody’s, Cyprus’ Statistical Service data showing that the country’s annual GDP growth rate had accelerated to 3.9 per cent in 2017 from 3.4 per cent in 2016 is positive for the banks because it supports asset values, improves the repayment capacity of a large number of defaulted households and businesses, and provides banks with increased lending opportunities, which will support their declining pre-provision profits.The pick-up in economic activity strengthens businesses’ cashflows and improves labour market conditions for households — unemployment in Cyprus dropped to 9.8 per cent as in January 2018, from 10.3 per cent in December 2017, and 16.7 per cent in January 2015.“Ultimately, the stronger GDP growth will enhance borrowers’ debt repayment capacity, facilitating loan restructurings, particularly in the small and midsize enterprise sector, which is more vulnerable to economic changes and benefits from an economic recovery”, the agency’s report said.However, Moody’s noted the disconnect between the economy’s performance and the quality of retail loans, which has barely improved in the past three years of economic recovery.This, according to Moody’s, suggests that a significant reduction in banks’ high stock of nonperforming exposures (NPEs), as defined by the European Banking Authority, will be particularly slow. Cyprus’ system-wide NPEs comprised 44 per cent of gross loans as of November 2017.Cypriot banks will also benefit from stronger real estate prices, which will buttress collateral values, containing the need for additional provisions on existing NPEs.The Bank of Cyprus will gain the most given that it has the largest direct exposure to domestic real estate.The bank had €1.6bln of foreclosed assets on its balance sheet as of December 31, 2017 and will be in a better position to sell them as a result of increased activity in the real estate market.Additionally, Moody’s expects Cyprus’ improving economy to create new lending opportunities, which will soften the competition between banks to attract creditworthy borrowers by offering lower interest rates than competitors.New lending opportunities will increase banks’ income-generating assets, supporting their net interest income, which declined 12 per cent in September from year-earlier levels, and their pre-provision profit.“Notwithstanding the improving economic environment, it will take time for Cypriot banks to rehabilitate their balance sheets because of the long cure periods for restructured loans before they are reclassified as performing, and the substantial volume of distressed debt”, it said.Moody’s added that the majority of NPEs are household loans that have improved little in recent years, despite economic growth which suggests that organic reduction of such NPEs will be particularly slow.Consequently, excluding a national initiative currently being considered to support the restructuring of defaulted mortgages, the credit agency expects the Cyprus Cooperative Bank to have the most gradual improvement in its asset quality metrics because loans to households comprised 80 per cent of gross loans as of June 2017.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoKelley Blue Book10 Electric Cars That Last the LongestKelley Blue BookUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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