RED DEER, Alta. — Preliminary work continues on a major carbon dioxide pipeline and enhanced oil recovery project in central Alberta.Susan Cole with Enhance Energy says construction should begin later this year on the pipeline, which will run from refineries in Redwater to Clive.Cole says carbon dioxide will be used to extract more light oil from reservoirs.She says the project will cost $600-million initially, but $1.2-billion over 10 years.Cole says it’s hoped the pipeline will be complete in early 2015.Enhance Energy will split the cost with the Alberta and federal governments.Cole says the project will bring many benefits to the area as well as diverting carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.“We believe that it will create a lot of jobs and it’s not just in the oil and gas sector —- it’s hotels, it’s shops, the communities themselves will benefit from increased taxes,” Cole said.“So we’re really looking at revitalizing that area.”
The firing at the office in Kandahar of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) caused little, if any, damage and no casualties, according to a UN spokesperson. The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) noted that the attack was a matter of grave concern, as an attack on UN premises. An investigation into the incident has begun.
Updated 9.52 PMOVER 20 ROUTES operated by Dublin Bus, as well as some Bus Éireann services are to be privatised, the National Transport Authority has confirmed.The decision means that the routes will be subject to a new tendering process which will be open to both existing and outside operators.The NTA say that some of the routes affected include orbital routes in Dublin like the 75, which operates between Tallaght and Dun Laoghaire, the 17 between Rialto and Blackrock,Local routes, like the 33b between Swords and Portrane, the 63 between Dun Laoghaire and Kiltiernan and the 270 between Blanchardstown and Dunboyne.The full list of routes can be viewed here >According the NTA, some Dublin commuter routes into Leinster will also come under the scheme, as well as a number of Waterford routes. The Dublin routes open to private operators from 2016. (Source National Transport Authority)The decision was made following a consultation process which discussed the principle of direct award contracts. The results of the process are available on the NTA website.In the report of the consultation process it is clear that there was opposition to the proposal from a number of unions including SIPTU, the National Bus and Rail Union (NRBU) and Irish Congress of Trade Unions. Bus Éireann themselves voiced their opposition to their proposals as did Sinn Féin.Forfás, Chambers Ireland and Aircoach made submissions in favour of the proposals with Aircoach urging the the NTA to proceed with the proposals immediately.Bus Éireann Following the NTA’s decision, Bus Éireann say they will participate in the tendering process on the new open routes.The company used the opportunity to reiterate their belief that opening up the market could have “unintended consequences” and said that that the practice internationally has led to “a reduction in the quality and frequency of services”.Additional reporting by Daragh BrophyRead: Leap Card users will pay no more than €10 a day >Read: Train, bus and Luas fares to increase from next week >
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg may have won the title of Time’s Person of the Year, but Steve Jobs won’t be leaving 2010 empty handed either. The Financial Times, a UK-based news organization, named its own Person of the Year. This year’s title goes to Apple’s CEO, Steve Jobs.It almost seems poetic that Jobs can point to one event this year that was significant not only professionally, but personally as well. In January, Jobs took to the stage at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center to launch what would become known as the iPad. Few would argue about the waves the iPad created in the technology sector and among news organizations as it cemented the evolution of news from being offered via magazines and newspapers to digital delivery. The event also became a pinnacle moment in the comeback of Jobs professionally after taking a six-month leave of absence the year before.AdChoices广告Jobs’ medical leave was a result of failing health leading to a loss of weight and his eventual liver transplant. Before leaving, Jobs put Apple’s leadership in the hands of the company’s COO, Tim Cook. Jobs would later ask Apple’s Board to award him handsomely for his leadership during a rocky time for the company which included a drop in the company’s stock price when Jobs announced his departure. Since the event in January, Jobs has gone on to lead Apple from a stock price above $200 in January to above $300 as we close out the year.Considering Jobs’ personal and professional successes in 2010, along with his leadership in offering the transformational iPad, it becomes clear why the Financial Times believes Steve Jobs is worthy of its 2010 Person of the Year award.Read more at the Financial Times and CNet
Twitter The hip-hop legend recently shared she is working on a new album dropping next year, 14 years after her last LP, ‘The Cookbook.’ What can we expect?Ana YglesiasGRAMMYs Oct 9, 2018 – 5:34 pm The GRAMMY-winning superstar Missy Elliott has been an influential powerhouse for years, making a name for herself starting with her successful debut album Supa Dupa Fly in 1997, featuring her classic jam “Sock It 2 Me.” Since then she released five more studio albums and countless hit singles and collabs, although her last LP was 2005’s The Cookbook. She has released some juicy, one-off singles and has been on some hot features over the past 13 years, but the world is ready for more Missy. Luckily, she is ready to give the world what it wants, teasing a 2019 LP in a recent social media post. What can we expect? Missy Elliott Is Ready To Get The World Dancing Again Facebook The rap pioneer recently took to Twitter to announce that she’s ready to “get y’all a**es dancing again,” hinting she’ll have new music for us in 2019. The tweet featured a clip of a new unreleased track of hers called “Cool Off,” which sounds like it will be a dancefloor-ready banger. Five days before that post, in another tweet, she touched on why it’s been so long since she’s put out an album. “For so long I was hesitant to put out music in fear no one would get it because people said music has changed & my sound been so different,” she shares. “But now I’m like hey, bump it make music that feels good to me, let me get y’all a**es dancing again.”We are ready, Missy. Ready for whatever new jams you have been cooking up. She raps on the sneak peek of “Cool Off, “Missy in this b***h/doing s**t you ain’t ever seen.” I think we’re ready to see it, but for now we will have to hope for whatever magic the hip-hop queen has been preparing for us.We hope her and longtime friend and collaborator Timbaland have been spending at least some time in the studio together so that he can add his magic, futuristic touch through producing at least a few songs on her upcoming album. The list of Elliott’s Timbaland-produced classics is nearly endless, including “Sock It 2 Me” and “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)” from her debut Supa Dupa Fly, “One Minute Man” and “Get Ur Freak On” from Miss E…So Addictive and “Work It” and “Gossip Folks” from Under Construction. It is hard to deny how amazing and dynamic the music they put out together is, with his forward thinking production bringing her sound to the next level every time.Timbaland was the lead producer on all of her studio albums other than her sixth, which he played a smaller role on, and they were working on her seventh album set to release in 2008, along with Pharrell and others on production, until, after delays, the album was never released. Pharrell and Elliott eventually released two singles in 2012 “9th Inning” and “Triple Threat,” both of which featured classic slow-jam/future-sound Timbaland beats along with his vocals.Two years later, in 2015, Elliott teamed up with Pharrell to release the viral hit “WTF (Where They From),” a booty-bouncing, highly danceable track featuring the producer’s catchy, joyful beats, as well as some verses from him as well. We can only hope and pray Elliott’s latest studio sessions have and will include both GRAMMY-winning mastermind producers to keep lifting her amazing flow and bold presence to the next level with joyous, future-ready beats.Elliott has always confidently pushed the envelope and set the tone for what it means to be a female hip-hop artist in the male-dominated industry. There is no doubt that she will keep bringing her unique brand of sexy, empowered, independent female to the table in her new music. This year she has already given us a taste of that on the remix of Ciara’s girl power track “Level Up.” The two celebrate their greatness as women, recognizing they won’t settle for less than they deserve, with Elliott confidently rapping, “Original, no klepto’/ Got a new flow, got a new glow./Level up, I’m beautiful/My a**, bounce like a yo-yo.”The remix of the GRAMMY-winning R&B star’s recent single reunites the pair, along with Fatman Scoop, the three of whom collabed on “Lose Control,” the biggest—and still classic dance-inducing jam—single from Elliott’s The Cookbook. Elliott is also featured on “borderline,” a bouncy, shiny Pharrell-produced song on Ariana Grande’s Sweetener, released this August.We can only hope these recent features point to some heavy doses of female-empowerment, along with some unexpected yet heavy-hitting, female-dominated collabs on Elliott’s 2019 album. The cherry on top that would tie it all together would have to be provided by Timbaland and Pharrell’s powerhouse production skills. We will wait patiently and practice our dance moves until then.Madonna Is Working Hard On New Album: “These Dark Circles Are For All My Fans”Read more https://twitter.com/MissyElliott/status/1048779346369032192 News Email Missy Elliott Will Get The World Dancing in 2019 missy-elliott-ready-get-world-dancing-again
Zimbabwe’s military seized power early on Wednesday targeting “criminals” around President Robert Mugabe but gave assurances on national television that the 93-year-old leader and his family were “safe and sound”.Soldiers and armoured vehicles blocked roads to the main government offices, parliament and the courts in central Harare, while taxis ferried commuters to work nearby, a Reuters witness said.“We are only targeting criminals around him (Mugabe) who are committing crimes that are causing social and economic suffering in the country in order to bring them to justice,” Zimbabwe Major General SB Moyo, Chief of Staff Logistics, said on television.“As soon as we have accomplished our mission, we expect that the situation will return to normalcy.”Neither Mugabe nor his wife Grace, who has been vying to succeed her husband as president, have been seen or heard from.Zimbabwe’s opposition Movement for Democratic Change called for a peaceful return to constitutional democracy, adding it hoped the military intervention would lead to the “establishment of a stable, democratic and progressive nation state”.The leader of Zimbabwe’s influential liberation war veterans called for South Africa, southern Africa and the West to re-engage Zimbabwe, whose economic decline over the past two decades has been a drag on the southern African region.“This is a correction of a state that was careening off the cliff,” Chris Mutsvangwa told Reuters. “It’s the end of a very painful and sad chapter in the history of a young nation, in which a dictator, as he became old, surrendered his court to a gang of thieves around his wife.”Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo, a leading member of the so-called ‘G40’ faction of the ruling ZANU-PF party led by Mugabe’s wife Grace, had been detained by the military, a government source said.Mugabe, the self-styled ‘Grand Old Man’ of African politics, has led Zimbabwe for the last 37 years.In contrast to his elevated status on the continent, Mugabe is reviled in the West as a despot whose disastrous handling of the economy and willingness to resort to violence to maintain power destroyed one of Africa’s most promising states.Soldiers deployed across the Zimbabwe capital Harare on Tuesday and seized the state broadcaster after Mugabe’s ruling ZANU-PF party accused the head of the military of treason, prompting frenzied speculation of a coup.Just 24 hours after military chief General Constantino Chiwenga threatened to intervene to end a purge of his allies in Mugabe’s ZANU-PF, a Reuters reporter saw armoured personnel carriers on main roads around the capital.Aggressive soldiers told passing cars to keep moving through the darkness. “Don’t try anything funny. Just go,” one barked at Reuters on Harare Drive.Two hours later, soldiers overran the headquarters of the ZBC, Zimbabwe’s state broadcaster and a principal Mugabe mouthpiece, and ordered staff to leave. Several ZBC workers were manhandled, two members of staff and a human rights activist said.Shortly afterwards, three explosions rocked the centre of the southern African nation’s capital, Reuters witnesses said.The United States and Britain advised their citizens in Harare to stay indoors because of “political uncertainty.”The southern African nation had been on edge since Monday when Chiwenga, Commander of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, said he was prepared to “step in” to end a purge of supporters of sacked vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa.Only a few months ago, Mnangagwa, a former security chief nicknamed “The Crocodile”, was favourite to succeed his life-long political patron but was ousted a week ago to pave the way for Mugabe’s 52-year-old wife Grace to succeed him.‘POLITICS OVER THE GUN’Chiwenga’s unprecedented statement represented a major escalation of the struggle to succeed Mugabe, the only leader Zimbabwe has known since it gained independence from Britain in 1980.Mugabe chaired a weekly cabinet meeting in the capital on Tuesday, officials said, and afterwards ZANU-PF said it stood by the “primacy of politics over the gun” and accused Chiwenga of “treasonable conduct … meant to incite insurrection.”The previous day, Chiwenga had made clear the army’s refusal to accept the removal of Mnangagwa – like the generals a veteran of Zimbabwe’s anti-colonial liberation war – and the presumed accession of Grace, once a secretary in the government typing pool.Local government minister Saviour Kasukuwere, a leading figure in her relatively youthful ‘G40’ faction, refused to answer Reuters questions about the situation in Harare. “I’m in a meeting,” he said, before hanging up shortly before midnight.Army, police and government spokesmen refused to answer numerous phone calls asking for comment.Zimbabwe’s Herald newspaper, another government mouthpiece, ran an article on its front page saying Zanu-PF was “unfazed by Chiwenga”, according to a picture of its front page posted on Twitter.‘DEFENDING OUR REVOLUTION’Neither Mugabe nor Grace have responded in public to Chiwenga’s remarks and state media did not publish his statement. The Herald posted some of the comments on its Twitter page but deleted them.The head of ZANU-PF’s youth wing, which openly backs Grace, accused the army chief of subverting the constitution.“Defending the revolution and our leader and president is an ideal we live for and if need be it is a principle we are prepared to die for,” Youth League leader Kudzai Chipanga said at the party’s headquarters in Harare.Grace Mugabe’s rise has brought her into conflict with the independence-era war veterans, who enjoyed privileged status in Zimbabwe until the last two years when they spearheaded criticism of Mugabe’s handling of the economy.In the last year, a chronic absence of dollars has led to long queues outside banks and an economic and financial collapse that many fear will rival the meltdown of 2007-2008, when inflation topped out at 500 billion percent.Imported goods are running out and economists say that, by some measures, inflation is now at 50 percent a month.According to a trove of intelligence documents reviewed by Reuters this year, Mnangagwa has been planning to revitalise the economy by bringing back thousands of white farmers kicked off their land nearly two decades ago and patching up relations with the likes of the World Bank and IMF.
Heartbroken. Praying for you Houston ?? Please everyone in Texas stay safe.— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) August 27, 2017 Coldplay wrote an original song dedicated to Houston; and played it tonight in Miami. My heart is so full thank you @coldplay #ColdplayMiami pic.twitter.com/8UwZlrvZQM— Gløria |-/ (@corralesgloria7) August 29, 2017 In his post, he calls on Dwayne Johnson, Beyoncé, Chris Rock, Jay-Z, Jerry Seinfeld and Justin Timberlake, among others A-listers to help. Share my heart goes out to all of those affected by Hurricane Harvey and thankful for all the emergency responders… https://t.co/z2ERwIlFpr— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) August 28, 2017 $1.5 MILLION! New Goal: $2 Millionhttps://t.co/SR6DmnNbyM pic.twitter.com/sII5OB3seg— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) August 29, 2017 Praying for Houston what a special place. Making relief donations and sending ❤️.— xoxo, Gaga (@ladygaga) August 27, 2017 At their Miami show Monday night, Coldplay dedicated a brand new, original song to Houston’s Harvey victims.The band was scheduled to play in Houston Friday, August 25, but had to cancel due to Harvey’s arrival. A special song for Houston from last night’s show. R42https://t.co/3J5e6gvdtm— Coldplay (@coldplay) August 29, 2017 Other artists have shared their support for Houston during this devastating time. Comedian and actor Kevin Hart challenged several of his celebrity friends to each donate $25,000 through a Hurricane Harvey Relief Challenge he started on Instagram.
Almost a year after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, accidents that happened during the aftermath of the storm are generating litigation.Back in May, Houston Public Media reported on a lawsuit filed by the family of Andrew Pasek. The young man was walking through a flooded street on his way to rescue his sister’s cat and was killed by an electric current in the water.CenterPoint is one of the defendants in the lawsuit filed by Pasek’s family and, as Houston Matters reported Monday, a British reporter has also sued the energy company because he suffered an electrocution from which he hasn’t fully recovered yet, according to his lawyers.A news release from the law firm of Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Aziz said it filed the lawsuit on behalf of Alan Butterfield, who was reporting on the devastation caused by Harvey and boarded a boat with volunteers who were searching for survivors on August 28.Gail Delaughter/Houston Public Media This file photo shows a flooding caused by Harvey in the Houston area. A British reporter who suffered an electrocution during the storm’s aftermath has filed a lawsuit against CenterPoint Energy.The lawsuit contends that, during one of the searches, the boat approached what the crew feared was downed power lines that were still live. The water currents drew the boat toward the powerlines and several crew members, including Mr. Butterfield, were electrocuted.Mr. Butterfield held onto a tree for almost 24 hours before being rescued, also according to the lawsuit.The lawsuit contends that Butterfield wouldn’t have been injured if CenterPoint had implemented a reasonable action plan during Harvey’s aftermath and that the company knew or should have known that active power lines posed a high degree of danger given that there had already been historic levels of flooding in the prior 24 hours.The lawsuit claims that if CenterPoint had shut off power to the flooded electrical lines, Butterfield’s electrocution would have been prevented.The reporter’s lawsuit aims to get compensation from CenterPoint but, as attorney Mo Aziz told Houston Matters, also “some change in policy” from the company to be more proactive about its plans for situations like the one in which the accident occurred.CenterPoint didn’t respond to a request for comment submitted by Houston Public Media. 00:00 /04:37 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: X Share Listen
Winter is finally here, which means it’s time to grab some hot chocolate, curl up on the couch, and watch some Christmas TV episodes. Whether you’re on “Santa patrol,” or taking a much-needed breather from gift shopping, there are so many shows that will get you in the holiday spirit.From Arrested Development to Neo Yokio, popular TV shows take Christmas up a notch. While you’re vegging out and taking shelter from the cold, there are awkward family dinners, gingerbread house competitions, and magical surprises worthy of your binge-watching lineup. Here are the best Christmas TV episodes on Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Netflix that you can stream right now.“Ludachristmas,” 30 Rock (Season 2)“Ludachristmas” (Photo Credit: NBC)TGS’ cast and writers are preparing for their annual holiday party, but not everyone’s cool with it. In 30 Rock’s episode, “Ludachristmas,” TGS workers explore the true meaning of Christmas, discover that everyone’s been a bit “naughty,” and almost take down a huge Christmas tree outside their office.Stream it Here“Pink Christmas,” Neo Yokio“Pink Christmas” (Photo Credit: Netflix)Christmas finally hits Neo Yokio, a luxurious and bustling city. In Neo Yokio: Pink Christmas, Kaz struggles with demons, Secret Santa, and what the holidays might have in store for him.Stream it Here“Christmas Waltz,” Mad Men (Season 5)“Christmas Waltz” (Photo Credit: AMC)Your favorite group of advertisers is back in the Mad Men episode, “Christmas Waltz.” Each character confronts different materialism conflicts during the holiday season: Paul Kinsey leaves his career and Lane Pryce is caught up in a tax dilemma that could send him to jail.Stream it Here“Last Gingerbread House on the Left,” Bob’s Burgers (Season 7)“Last Gingerbread House on the Left” (Photo Credit: FOX)The Belcher gang takes on Christmas festivities in the Bob’s Burgers episode, “Last Gingerbread House on the Left.” Mr. Fischoeder and Bob Belcher have the ultimate gingerbread house competition, while Linda, Tina, Gene, and Louise attempt to belt out some carols.Stream it Here“A Christmas Carol,” Doctor Who (Season 6)“A Christmas Carol” (Photo Credit: BBC)Amy and Rory get trapped on a troubled space liner, and the Doctor has to save the soul of a grumpy old man to prevent a fatal accident in the Doctor Who episode, “A Christmas Carol.” Oh, and did we mention that Christmas Eve weather could be a bit creepy?Stream it Here“Afternoon Delight,” Arrested Development (Season 2)“Afternoon Delight” (Photo Credit: FOX)Gob decides to fire his entire staff after getting mocked at a holiday party, leaving Michael to creatively come up with a strategy to rehire employees following the ill-fated Christmas celebration. Arrested Development’s episode, “Afternoon Delight,” will leave you feeling nostalgic about the ’00s again.Stream it HereMore on Geek.com:‘Christmas Comet’ Will Be The Brightest Comet of the YearWTF? Wednesday: Stay Merry With These Ugly Christmas SweatersSpaceX Christmas Feast Arrives at the International Space Station Syfy Axes ‘Krypton’ Superhero Series After 2 SeasonsWhat to Stream on Amazon Prime This Weekend Stay on target
Stay on target The Search for Spock is over, but we won’t be getting a Voyage Home anytime soon. After wrapping things up on Kaminar lst week, Burnham takes some personal leave that’s sure to be anything but relaxing. She flies to Vulcan to question her mother about Spock. At this point, Amanda must know something, and Burnham knows she’d do anything to protect her son. That includes hiding his whereabouts from her husband. Burnham arrives on Vulcan and sees Sarek deep in meditation. He’s using an ancient Vulcan practice once believed to call lost souls home. Even with Vulcans’ telepathic abilities, that’s pushing the boundaries of logic. Sarek must be getting desperate.Burnham’s known Amanda long enough at this point to know when she’s lying, though. And she’s clearly hiding something. Turns out she’s hiding a whole-ass Spock in a cave that blocks telepathic energy. That’s why Sarek was having so much trouble finding him. Amanda’s worried if she takes him to a hospital, he’ll be tried for murders he didn’t commit. She has a point too. All of Starfleet’s looking for Spock, and outside of Amanda, Pike and Burnham, nobody has Spock’s best interests in mind. Spock’s in bad shape too. He’s rambling incoherently, carving the red angel into the wall, and writing a strange series of numbers. Amanda says she’s tried plugging them into everything (coordinates, command codes, etc.) and can’t figure out what they mean.Sonequa Martin-Green as Burnham; Mia Kirshner as Amanda–Photo Cr: Michael Gibson/CBSThis episode isn’t really interested in solving the mystery of Spock’s condition just yet. It’s mostly setup for the big reveals that are sure to come next week. We get a scene of family drama in which Burnham begs Amanda to let her get Spock medical help. She worries he’ll suffer permanent brain damage if left in this state. Sarek shows up too, having guessed why he’s having so much trouble reaching his son. Honestly, after last week’s fantastic, action-packed episode full of wonder and moral quandaries, this is kind of a step down. It’s a family squabble, and one that we know doesn’t make much of a difference.Things get slightly more interesting after Sarek insists Spock be taken to Section 31 so they can figure out just what’s going on with him. The Vulcans may be logical beings, but instinct apparently isn’t their strong suit. Burnham goes along with it despite her suspicions that it’s all a terrible idea. Those suspicions grow worse when Section 31’s commander encourages her to go on ahead without Spock, leaving them in the care of their doctors. She reluctantly does until Georgiou stops her. Despite coming from the Mirror Universe, Georgiou still has some love for Burnham. Of course, she does have an ulterior motive. By letting Burnham know that Section 31 is going to use a damaging memory extractor on Spock, and allowing Burnham to overpower her and rescue him, Georgiou is making a power play. It makes her captain look bad. Somehow, Mirror Universe tactics are even scarier and more insidious when they play by Starfleet’s rules.Sonequa Martin-Green as Burnham; Michelle Yeoh as Georgiou–Photo Cr: Michael Gibson/CBSBurnham figures out that the numbers Spock was writing out were backwards. She puts them into the computer and finds out they’re coordinates leading to Talos IV. That name will be instantly familiar to any Star Trek fan. It’s the very first place the Enterprise visited in the original series. Captain Pike was taken prisoner by big-brained aliens in the unaired pilot, “The Cage.” (Later, the episode was re-purposed into the two-parter “The Menagerie.”) Why is Spock taking them there? (And has Pike been there yet in this continuity?) Again, we’ll find out next week. This story was only here to get us to this point. I’m still excited to see where this goes, but the transitional nature of this subplot made it hard to care about Burnham and Spock’s journey just yet.The real story of the episode concerned the Discovery’s investigation of a time anomaly that appeared after the Red Angel showed up on Kaminar last week. Since Saru got a good clear look at the thing for the first time, we now know that the angel is actually a futuristic exo-suit. They investigate the anomaly to learn when and where the thing is coming from. Pike sends himself out on a mission to fly into the anomaly, and Ash Tyler comes along as Section 31’s ambassador. Any information Pike learns, Section 31 needs to know about as well. You can basically see how this story will play out from moment one. Pike doesn’t trust Tyler because of, you know, the murder. Over the course of the episode, Tyler will learn he still has to follow a captain’s orders, and Pike will learn Tyler can be trusted at least a little. We’ve seen this play out many times before.Mary Wiseman as Tilly; Anthony Rapp–Cr: Michael Gibson/CBSIt still makes for an exciting episode, even if, like the Burnham’s plot, it’s main job is to set up rest of the season arc. Pike’s ship gets pulled into the anomaly, and he has to explode some fuel in hopes of sending a signal to the discovery. Stamets, using his insane math skills and tardigrade DNA, is able to pinpoint the location of the ship in space and time, and beam aboard from 10 minutes in the future to steer it back into view. There, he finds that the probe they initially sent into the anomaly has been outfitted with futuristic tech, and is attacking the ship. In addition to trying to kill Tyler and Pike, it’s scanning the ship’s data for… something. Stamets is able to instruct Tilly to beam them out just after setting the ship to self destruct, taking out the probe.There was plenty of action to be had, and yes, much of the episode was fun and exciting. That made up for the fact that there wasn’t much discovery this time around. We didn’t learn anything new, we only got the promise that we would in the future. The concept of time growing out of sync could have made for an interesting, mind-bendy episode, but all we got were a couple rewind special effects and a generic ship in peril plot. It was still fun to watch, but it’s always frustrating when we can see the better episode it could have been. Again the serialized nature of the show holds back its more interesting stories. To get to what we really want to see, the show feels it has to have transitional episodes like this. You can pump them full of as much action as you want, we still see a serious difference in story pacing when compared to, say, last week’s excellent Kaminar episode.It wouldn’t work as well if what was promised wasn’t so intriguing on its own. The Discovery realizes they have to assume that since someone from the future re-outfitted their drone to attack them, they can’t assume the Red Angel (from the same time) is benevolent either. They at least have to prepare for the possibility that it could be hostile. If I know my Star Trek, the truth is going to be much more complicated than that. At least, it should be. It’ll be interesting to watch play out either way. Looking back on the episodes, we’ve only seen the Red Angel actually save people twice. It’s definitely preparing the universe for something. Right now, there’s no telling what. Also, the future-probe’s search patter did something to Airiam. Hopefully we find out what soon. Airiam has largely been in the background until now, so I’m excited about the prospect of an episode where we learn more about her.Star Trek: Discovery streams Thursdays at 8:30 on CBS All Access.Previously on Star Trek: DiscoveryStar Trek: Discovery Season 2, Episode 6 RecapStar Trek: Discovery Season 2, Episode 4 RecapStar Trek: Discovery Season 2, Episode 3 Recap ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ S2 Finale Recap: When No One Has Gone Before’Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 2, Ep 13 Recap: Tearful Preparations
© 2015 Phys.org A team of space researchers working with data from the VLT in Chile has found via measuring the spectrum of a distant quasar by analyzing absorption lines in a galaxy in front of it, that there was no measurable change in the mass ratio of protons and electrons over a span of 12 billion years. In their paper published in the journal Physical Review Letters, the team, made up of two members from VU University in the Netherlands, and two members from Swinburne University of Technology in Australia, describe their findings and what it might mean for helping to explain dark energy. Some theories suggest that dark energy, the mysterious force that has the universe continuing to expand, might be a field that evolves over time—if so, that might mean that some of the constants we take for granted, such as gravity, the speed of light, etc., might actually evolve as well. In this new effort, the researchers sought to test that idea by looking to see if the mass of protons or electrons (both of which are considered to be fundamental constants) and the ratio that describes their mass difference, changed over the course of billions of years.To find out if that might be the case, the researchers looked to a distant quasar, one positioned behind a galaxy, relative to us. Quasars are still somewhat mysterious, described as celestial objects that emit a huge amount of energy and light—they look like stars, but some believe they actually hold black holes. The researchers found that molecular hydrogen in the galaxy absorbed some of the light from the quasar allowing them to measure the energy transitions that occurred and thus the mass ratio of protons and electrons. Since the galaxy had been previously dated to 12.4 billion years ago, the light reaching it from the quasar must be even older. Their measurements showed no deviation (with a precision of 10–6) from the current constant, suggesting that the ratio has remained constant for at least 12 billon years. And this, the researchers claim, suggests that if dark energy is evolving, it has not done so over that time span.via physicsworld.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. An X-ray image of the quasar PKS 1127-145, located about 10 billion light-years from Earth. Credit: NASA. Citation: Distant quasar spectrum reveals no sign of changes in mass ratio of proton and electron over 12 billion years (2015, February 25) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2015-02-distant-quasar-spectrum-reveals-mass.html Journal information: Physical Review Letters Explore further Physical constant is constant even in strong gravitational fields More information: Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 071301 (2015) DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.114.071301
Kolkata: Welcoming the Supreme Court verdict restricting the use of Aadhaar cards, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who is presently in Milan, said: “It is a victory of the people of this country, and we are very happy.”Later, Banerjee tweeted: “From day one we have fought for this. Not linking #Aadhaar to mobile phones, bank accounts and others is a great relief for the common people. My best wishes to all.” “From the first day, I am against linking of Aadhaar with banks and mobile phones. There is information which the state government should preserve. We are not questioning that, but linking of Aadhaar with banks and cell phones cannot be supported as there is every possibility of the information being leaked out,” she said, adding: “The Supreme Court judgment has confirmed today as true what I have been telling all these months.” Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeShe said Trinamool Congress MLA Mohua Moitra had filed a Public Interest Litigation in the Supreme Court. “We read about bank fraud every day, and money is being withdrawn from ATMs, causing great trouble to the account holders. Today’s judgment will put an end to these,” she said. “If Aadhaar is linked with mobile phones, your call and message records become public. This is uncalled for,” said the Chief Minister. “Because of this I did not link my Aadhaar with my bank account and cell phone and also asked people not to do it,” she added. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedMeanwhile, party spokesperson and Rajya Sabha MP Derek O’Brien said: “Mamata Banerjee had issued an open challenge on Aadhaar. Our stance has been vindicated,” and added: “I am glad the court said we need to take a closer look at data privacy and data protection… the BJP can’t make it (India) into a police state.” In a verdict with far-reaching consequences and described as balanced, the Supreme Court Wednesday upheld the constitutional validity of ‘Aadhaar’ but limited the scope of the controversial biometric identity project by quashing some provisions that made it mandatory for bank accounts, mobile connections or school admissions. Holding there was nothing in the Aadhaar Act that violates right to privacy of an individual, a five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra in a 4 to 1 verdict also cleared the use of Aadhaar for welfare schemes after a long-drawn legal battle against the government’s ambitious project- the world’s largest biometric ID database. The court, however, held Aadhaar would remain mandatory for the filing of Income Tax(IT) returns and allotment of Permanent Account Number (PAN). It struck down Section 57 of the Aadhaar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and other Subsidies, Benefits and Services) Act, 2016 that permitted private entities like telecom companies or other corporates to avail of the biometric Aadhaar data. Ruling that Aadhaar authentication data cannot be stored for more than six months, the court also directed the government not to give Aadhaar to illegal immigrants. Justice D Y Chandrachud gave a dissenting judgement in which he ruled the Aadhaar Act should not have been passed as Money Bill as it amounts to a fraud on the Constitution and is liable to be struck down.
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Zópilot! performed for the last time on Friday, Dec. 4 at Cine Magaly in San José. Dressed in white, Andrés Araya, David Bolaños, Marco Alfaro, Franco Valenciano and Jorge Guri (ex-Florian Droids) hit the stage at 10 p.m. for what was an unforgettable night. Marco Alfaro and David Bolaños rock on stage at the Cine Magaly. Alberto Font/The Tico TimesThe theater was transformed into a unique setting with cones covering the stage, some with black-and-white designs, and others plain white. Everything about the night was unusual: the venue, the music, the visuals.An ecstatic audience observed as if watching a live movie. The night began with heads bouncing in the audience along with Zópilot!’s melodies. Valenciano gestured for everyone to stand up, and two fans rushed to the front to dance. Andrés Araya and Franco Valenciano enjoying the night. Alberto Font/The Tico TimesThen, a peculiar character appeared on stage: the masked man. Drinking a beer, the masked character again told everyone to stand up. The audience responded.As the night progressed, so did Zópilot!, with their infectious form of progressive rock. The impeccable acoustics at Cine Magaly made the show crystal clear, and fans could perfectly listen to Bolaños’ and Alfaro’s guitars accompanied by Araya’s defined bass lines and Valenciano’s ecstatic drumming.Songs such as “La Prisa,” “Sornaca,” “Delorean,” and others from a new LP were all part of the setlist for the night.Zópilot! complemented the show with blissful audiovisuals projected on the cinema’s screen. Amazing animations by Pietro Valenciano injected an extra dosage of euphoria to the night. Franco Valenciano demonstrating his mad skills on the drums. Alberto Font/The Tico Times David Bolaños playing a guitar solo. Alberto Font/The Tico Times Andrés Araya rocking along with his bass. Alberto Font/The Tico Times Marco Alfaro killing it with his guitar solo. Alberto Font/The Tico TimesBand members seemed in a bit of disbelief by the number of people who joined them for their last performance – the theater was packed – and they channeled that energy into the music. Marco Alfaro, David Bolaños, Franco Valenciano and Andrés Araya happily saluting the audience after an amazing concert. Alberto Font/The Tico TimesThis was undoubtedly one of the best concerts of the year for the Costa Rican music scene. It was a show eight years in the making, and years of friendship were reflected in two hours of pure bliss. No one wanted the night to end.Long live Zópilot! Facebook Comments Related posts:PHOTOS: Sights and sounds of Costa Rica’s first Nrmal Festival Costa Rican band Zòpilot! performs for the last time tonight at Cine Magaly Jazz Café to host first annual Costa Rican Women in Music Festival VIDEO: AZ’s ‘Back To Myself,’ filmed in Costa Rica, makes the rounds ahead of ‘Doe or Die, Vol. 2’
Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Ken Whisenhunt and the Cardinals are taking some heat this week for avoiding the running game in Sunday’s loss to Washington.The Cardinals ran the ball just three times in the first half — and 15 for the game — in losing 22-21. To make matters worse, the Cardinals ran the ball just one time after taking a 21-13 lead, electing to take to the air in an effort to gain first downs and kill the clock.Bad move? Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Top Stories What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke “You know what you need to do, ladies and gentleman,” Arizona Sports 620’s Ron Wolfley said, “Outside of your four minute offense, what you need to be able to do is move the chains.”Wolfley said you do whatever you have to in order to get a first down, and if that means throwing the ball you do it.“Especially if you’ve got a quarterback you’re confident in like Kevin Kolb,” he continued, “and you’ve got the best receiver on the face of the planet, at some point in time you’ve got to be able to trust them as well.“Did it work? No, it backfired in their face.”Arizona Sports 620’s Doug Franz didn’t have as much of an issue with the play-calling in the fourth quarter as he did with the first half decisions. The Cardinals ran just 16 plays in the first half and were barely on the field.Arizona Sports 620’s Doug Franz said while the defense could have been better, the offense could have helped.“It’s easy to say the defense allowed the ‘Skins to have too many plays,” he said. “The first half the defense needed to get the ball to the offense.“But a small amount of the offense’s 16 plays is because a., they’re not getting first downs and b, when you’re throwing it and going three-and-out now the defense is right back on the field. It’s somewhat of a symbiotic relationship.” Comments Share The Cardinals changed the gameplan in the second half, and the offense succeeded because of it.“It seemed like in the third quarter the Cardinals came out with the mid-set ‘we are going to run you over’ and they did that,” he said. Lesson learned? We’ll see.
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