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Saganash rode orange wave to victorySaganash rode orange wave to victory

first_imgAPTN National NewsThe NDP’s Romeo Saganash easily took his northern Quebec riding despite facing accusations early on his Cree background would prove a liability with local voters.Saganash received double the number of votes compared to his nearest rival.The results probably surprised Bloc Quebecois candidate Yvon Levesque who claimed the region would never elect and Aboriginal person.APTN National News reporter Danielle Rochette was there during Quebec’s night of surprises.last_img

Recent border skirmish tops UN talks with Israeli Lebanese military officialsRecent border skirmish tops UN talks with Israeli Lebanese military officials

An exchange of fire between the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) and the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) on 3 August reportedly led to the deaths of at least four people. The incident was triggered by Israel’s announcement of its intention to cut down a tree in the proximity of the Blue Line. The UN mission, known as UNIFIL, later confirmed that the tree was located south of the line on the Israeli side.At today’s tripartite meeting at the Ras Al Naqoura crossing, officials from the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) and the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) provided their comments regarding UNIFIL’s investigation.“It was a productive meeting with many significant issues on the agenda,” said UNIFIL Force Commander Major-General Alberto Asarta Cuevas.“It was important for me to listen for the first time to the comment and views of the parties on UNIFIL’s investigation report on the 3 August exchange of fire,” he said. Maj.-Gen. Asarta said that the mission will study and analyze the information, adding that “our intention is to finalize the investigation report as soon as possible.”Other topics discussed were how to speed up the visible marking of the so-called Blue Line separating the two countries, as well as the implementation of resolution 1701, which ended the 2006 conflict between Israel and Hizbollah.Both countries, he said, made clear that clearly demarcating the Blue Line would help to avoid misunderstandings and prevent incidents.“The discussions today reconfirmed that no party would like to see any escalation,” the official said, with Israel and Lebanon emphasizing “their continued commitment to maintain the cessation of hostilities and ensure that the exchange of fire that happened on 3 August remains and isolated incident.”On Monday, the Security Council extended UNIFIL’s mandate for another year, saying that its presence in Lebanon, as well as that of the LAF, is helping to promote stability in the south of the Middle Eastern country.In a unanimous resolution, the Council said it had determined that “the situation in Lebanon continues to constitute a threat to international peace and security” and had therefore decided to extend UNIFIL’s mandate until 31 August 2011.The Council strongly urged all parties concerned to respect the cessation of hostilities, to prevent any violation of the Blue Line, and to cooperate fully with the UN and UNIFIL.It also urged the Israeli Government to expedite the withdrawal of its army from northern Ghajar, a village that straddles the Blue Line, without further delay in coordination with UNIFIL, which, the Council said, has actively engaged Israel and Lebanon to facilitate the withdrawal.The Council also reaffirmed its call for the establishment, between the Blue Line and the Litani River, of an area free of any armed personnel, assets and weapons except those of the Lebanese Government and UNIFIL.It strongly deplored the recent incidents involving UN peacekeepers, emphasized the importance of not impairing the ability of the mission to fulfil its mandate, and called on all parties to abide by their obligation to respect the safety of UNIFIL and other UN personnel. 2 September 2010The investigation by the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Lebanon was the focus of today’s talks with Israeli and Lebanese senior military officials today. read more

US factory orders drop 24 per cent in July reflecting fall inUS factory orders drop 24 per cent in July reflecting fall in

US factory orders drop 2.4 per cent in July, reflecting fall in aircraft and machinery by Martin Crutsinger, The Associated Press Posted Sep 5, 2013 10:06 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email WASHINGTON – Orders to U.S. factories fell in July by the sharpest amount in four months, held back by weaker demand for commercial aircraft and heavy machinery. A key category that reflects business investment plans also fell.Factory orders dropped 2.4 per cent in July compared with June, when orders rose 1.6 per cent, the Commerce Department reported Thursday.Orders for core capital goods, a category viewed as a proxy for business investment spending, fell 4 per cent in July.Core capital goods are considered a good measure of businesses’ confidence in the economy. They include items that point to expansion — such as machinery, computers and heavy trucks — while excluding volatile orders for aircraft and defence. The July setback was expected to be temporary.Orders for durable goods, items expected to last at least three years, declined 7.4 per cent, a slightly bigger drop than the 7.3 per cent fall estimated in a preliminary report last week. It was the biggest decline since a 12.9 per cent fall in August 2012. Orders for nondurable goods, items such as chemicals, food and paper, rose 2.4 per cent in July after a 0.5 per cent decline in June.Excluding the volatile transportation category, factory goods orders were up 1.2 per cent.The big drop in core capital goods orders suggests the third quarter is off to a weaker start than some had hoped. While economists cautioned that it’s just one month of data, a few lowered their growth estimates for the July-September quarter after seeing the durable goods report. Some believe that growth may only come in around 1.9 per cent for the current quarter, a drop from previous estimates of 2.5 per cent growth.Overall manufacturing has slumped this year, hurt by weakness overseas that has dragged on U.S. exports. But there have been signs that factory activity could pick up in the second half of the year.But the Institute for Supply Management reported Tuesday that its closely watched gauge of manufacturing activity rose in August to a reading of 55.7, up from 55.4 in July. That was the highest level since June 2011 and offered encouragement that manufacturing may be starting to pull out of its slowdown.The economy expanded at an annual rate of 2.5 per cent in the April-June quarter. read more

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Australian mining technology conference to feature more than 25 papersAustralian mining technology conference to feature more than 25 papers

first_imgRegistration is now open for the 2009 CRCMining Australian Mining Technology Conference, to be held at the University of Queensland’s Business School Downtown on October 27-28, 2009. The conference will feature more than 25 local, national and international papers on a variety of topics, including mining methods, operational decision support, mine planning and scheduling, and automated mining technologies.Papers for the conference include:Graham Lumley – GBI Mining Intelligence, ‘Is Technology Helping Get Mine Plans Right?‘Micah Nehring – University of Queensland, ‘Short and Long Term Production Schedule Optimisation in Underground Mining Using Mathematical Programming‘Simon Law – Ledcap, ‘Life of Mine Trucking Requirements for Savage River‘Samuel Leonard – CRCMining, ‘Development of a Semi-Autonomous Scale Dragline Excavation Research Tool‘Chris Windsor – Western Australian School of Mines (Curtin University), ‘The Earth Rock Stress Tensor Data‘Michael Champion – University of Queensland, ‘Optimal Drill Hole Selection for Multi-Boom Jumbos in Constrained Environments‘Jade Little – AngloCoal Australia, ‘Simultaneous Optimisation of Stope Boundaries and Production Scheduling for Sublevel Stoping Mines.’This is just a sample of the papers to be presented at the conference. For the full list of speakers and papers, and for further details on the event, visit Early bird registration will end September 25, 2009.last_img read more

Moving Dartboard Keeps Players On TargetMoving Dartboard Keeps Players On Target

first_img Tune In As Brad Pitt Speaks With NASA Astronaut on ISSNASA Says 2 Asteroids Will Safely Fly By Earth This Weekend Practice makes perfect. But so does an engineering background and ingenuity.Inventor and science enthusiast Mark Rober, a self-proclaimed dart loser, built a moving dartboard that ensures even the drunkest players hit the bullseye.A former NASA Jet Propulsion Lab employee, Rober spent seven years working on the Mars Curiosity rover.Now he has nearly 1.8 million YouTube subscribers, hosts the Science Channel’s The Quick And The Curious TV show, and makes the occasional appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!.Oh, and he essentially reverse engineered Luke Skywalker’s targeting computer.“I fulfilled a three-year-long dream to create a dartboard where you get a bullseye every time, thanks to some engineering,” according to the YouTube video description.Working with a fellow NASA team member, Rober designed the Automatic Bullseye Dartboard to track and predict the trajectory of a dart and reposition itself—within half a second—so you always hit your target.The complicated system consists of six motion capture cameras (which bounce infrared signals off tiny retroreflectors on the dart), a computer (which does the math and sends commands to the engine), half a dozen motors (which use a spool of fishing line to attach to the back of the board), and a mess of microcomputers, wires, converters, and drives.Mark Rober“Oh, and we don’t just make one guess on the final position of the board,” Rober explained. “We update and refine that guess anywhere from 10 to 100 times, which is why you sometimes sort of see the board jitter into the final position.”Sure, throwing winning shots is fun in Rober’s home lab. But the real test of dart-throwing success can only be proven in one place: a bar.Patrons at California’s Barney’s Beanery tried their hand at this newfangled game. Spoiler alert: They really enjoyed it.“In general, we found if you’re really drunk, you get so pumped at your new abilities,” Rober said. Stay on targetlast_img read more

Sixth Mass Extinction is All But Guaranteed Math SaysSixth Mass Extinction is All But Guaranteed Math Says

first_img Amazon Employees Join Sept. 20 Global Climate WalkoutResearchers Transform CO2 Into Liquid Fuel In the history of complex life on earth — more than half a billion years — there have been five mass extinctions. Each of them is clearly evident in the fossil record, and leaves dramatic chemical markers in the soil and rock layers below. All of them also represent significant jolts to the fundamental mechanisms that keep life on this plant going.Plants, for example, are constantly hard at work cranking out the oxygen that the rest of us need to breathe. If something happens to that supply — like most plants on earth suddenly dying off — then we’d be screwed.Up to now, there’s been strong evidence that, because of human activity, we are sprinting towards the sixth great mass extinction. New data suggest that we’re closer to the brink than we might think, and humanity is dangerously close to crossing critical thresholds.Mass Extinctions, be they caused by a meteor, or an ancient supervolcano, or anything else, are invariably preceded by massive jolts to the carbon cycle — a network of natural systems that moves carbon molecules around the planet. In a new paper in Science Advances, professor of geophysics at MIT, Daniel Rothman, asserts that there are two types of carbon disruptions that cause mass die-offs.The first says that if the carbon cycle changes over long periods — thousands or millions of years– extinctions occur when ecosystems cannot adapt. For faster shifts, the magnitude, not the rate of change, determines how likely an extinction event will be.Using models, Rothman asserts that humans will have crossed that marker by 2100. Carbon, he says, will build up in the ocean. After we dump about 310 gigatons of extra carbon into the seas, we will have hit a point that would not only be disastrous climatologically, but systemically. Over the next few thousand years, we could expect the vast majority of species on earth to die off. While life would surely adapt, such an event would amount to permanent, irreparable damage to Earth’s biodiversity. And, it means that human industry would be about as destructive as the largest of space rocks.“This is not saying that disaster occurs the next day,” Rothman told “It’s saying that, if left unchecked, the carbon cycle would move into a realm which would be no longer stable, and would behave in a way that would be difficult to predict. In the geologic past, this type of behavior is associated with mass extinction.”We could be facing trouble much earlier, though, and Rothman worries that the world may already be in dire straits by 2100.Rothman’s paper focused exclusively on the carbon cycle. It’s a system that balances the chemical output of photosynthesis — plants’ primary means of making energy — and respiration — the mechanism that animals and other complex life uses. Over time, carbon falls to the bottom of the ocean — either due to currents or the steady sifting of dead material and detritus from the waters above. That locks it away for millions of years, and works a planet-wide storage system.Over the past few hundred years, humans have been dredging up a lot of that excess carbon in the form of fossil fuels, and pumping it back out into the atmosphere. That’s more than overwhelmed Earth’s ability to sequester the element.Rothman used data from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change that predicted how much carbon will hit the oceans in the coming decades. The IPCC looked at four possible outcomes for human carbon emissions, estimating the impact of each. The worst case scenario would dump over 500 gigatons of carbon into the oceans by 2100 — well over the critical threshold. The best case scenario wasn’t that much better though, adding a whopping 300 gigatons. If these data prove accurate, we’re in big trouble. Not that we already weren’t, but… yeah.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on targetlast_img read more

Jury finds Oklahoma cop not guilty in shooting of black manJury finds Oklahoma cop not guilty in shooting of black man

first_imgTULSA, Okla. — A white Oklahoma police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man last year was found not guilty Wednesday of first-degree manslaughter.Jurors acquitted Tulsa officer Betty Jo Shelby in the Sept. 16 shooting of 40-year-old Terence Crutcher. Shelby said she fired her weapon out of fear because she said he didn’t obey her commands to lie on the ground and appeared to reach inside his SUV for what she thought was a gun. Crutcher was unarmed.Prosecutors told jurors that Shelby overreacted. They noted Crutcher had his hands in their air and wasn’t combative — part of which was confirmed by police video taken from a dashboard camera and helicopter that showed Crutcher walking away from Shelby, hands held above his head.Shelby’s attorneys argued that in the two minutes before cameras began recording the encounter, Shelby repeatedly ordered Crutcher to stop walking away from her and get on the ground.Shelby also said she feared Crutcher was under the influence of PCP, a powerful hallucinogenic known as Angel Dust that makes users erratic, unpredictable and combative.last_img read more

Vancouver eyes selling old fire station sitesVancouver eyes selling old fire station sites

first_imgNow that Vancouver’s two new fire stations are up and running, the city has to decide what to do with the old buildings.The new and improved fire stations 1 and 2 opened Jan. 23. The existing Fire Station 1, previously at 900 W. Evergreen Blvd., is now at 2607 Main St. Fire Station 2 has been moved from 400 E. 37th St. to 2106 Norris Road.The two new stations cost the city $16 million. The sale of the old stations could help recoup some of that cost. Chris Malone, Vancouver’s finance and asset management manager, said that’s been the plan all along.The old stations were declared surplus property back in March 2015, opening the door for the city council to move forward with selling the two sites.Sale price estimates put Station 1 at $1.44 million and Station 2 at $430,000. The buildings would be sold “as is,” and the city would handle the sale internally via a bid and review process.last_img read more

Collision prompts partial closure of Lakeshore AvenueCollision prompts partial closure of Lakeshore Avenue

first_imgOne person was transported to an area hospital with traumatic injuries after a head-on crash in the 9400 block of Northwest Lakeshore Avenue, according to a Clark County Fire District 6 spokeswoman.The collision spurred the closing of a stretch of Lakeshore Avenue, said Dawn Johnson.One lane of traffic has since reopened, according to the department’s Twitter feed. According to preliminary reports, a truck and “a smaller vehicle” collided, Johnson said. The wreck occurred at about 1:30 p.m.last_img

CES 2019 AireSone Junior is a tiny electronic stethoscope for your kidsCES 2019 AireSone Junior is a tiny electronic stethoscope for your kids

first_imgCES 2019: See all of CNET’s coverage of the year’s biggest tech show.CES schedule: It’s six days of jam-packed events. Here’s what to expect. 85 Photos All the cool new gadgets at CES 2019 0 Post a comment CES Products Mobile Accessories CES 2019 Tags Share your voice The AireSone Junior charges wirelessly and slips into these cutesy covers. AireSone Keeping track of your kid’s health is a lot easier when you have a wearable electronic stethoscope, and the AireSone Junior is exactly that.Shaped like a button, it slots into a cover designed to appeal to kids 3-years-old and above with a cutesy design such as a bear, an owl or a frog. You can then attach the AireSone Junior to the outfit around the chest area. There will also be interactive storylines related to the characters to convince kids to wear the badges willingly when they are awake.It tracks breathing and heart rate, and can detect wheezing and coughs, as well as alerting parents if it registers these symptoms, symptoms which can be a precursor to an asthma attack, especially when kids are sleeping. The AireSone Junior has a battery life of about 13 hours, and charges wirelessly.Singapore-based AEvice, the makers behind AireSone Junior, told me that the device detects what it calls “micro-wheezing”: tiny wheezes you don’t normally hear (note that it’s a word the company came up with to highlight how sensitive its devices are, and not an actual medical term). The company is currently working with doctors in Singapore and Australia to prescribe the device to vulnerable asthmatic children to help keep track of and manage their respiratory illness.It will retail for $199 (about £155 and AU$280), and ships in June this year.last_img read more

Stranger Things 3 hid an obscure Easter egg but someone finally foundStranger Things 3 hid an obscure Easter egg but someone finally found

first_img2:33 Share your voice What makes this reference so special is that Stranger Things star Winona Ryder (Joyce Byers) also starred in the comedic Tim Burton ghost movie Beetlejuice.   There is a bit of a time discrepancy here. Stranger Things season 3 is set in 1985, but Beetlejuice came out in 1988. Does that mean Mr. Clarke is a time traveler? That would be quite a twist. Now playing: Watch this: See all the Stranger Things season 3 photos Tags While the writers didn’t want to give any hints, they at least told us what it wasn’t. That list included Back to the Future, Jaws, Wonder Woman, posters, songs, Nancy Drew, shirts, Radio Shack, Mall Rats, Terminator, Evil Dead and Alien. They did confirm it was a pop culture movie reference.You can continue the search on your own if you think you have what it takes, or you can check out the answer, which was finally delivered by Twitter user Hackyzach. Hackyzach correctly identified the Easter egg as Beetlejuice’s tombstone, which was tucked into the town model created by science teacher Mr. Clarke. “Winner, winner, banana boat for dinner,” the writers declared. As for the prize, Hackyzach tweeted it would involve signed Stranger Things merch. Stranger Things season 3: Everything to know More Strange things TV and Movies Originally published July 8, 11:38 a.m. PT. Update, 12:41 p.m. PT: Adds correct answer and the tweet identifying it.  it’s monday and we want to play a game: there’s a particular easter egg in episode 2 of s3 that you haven’t found, first person to crack it gets a prize. go!— Stranger Writers (@strangerwriters) July 8, 2019 59 Photos 5 Stranger Things returned for its third season in July 2019. Netflix Stranger Things is stuffed full of ’80s pop culture references of everything from Magnum P.I. to Star Wars, but fans overlooked at least one major Easter egg. The writers room for the supernatural Netflix hit has its own Twitter account, and it teased the heck out of us mere days after the show returned for season 3. “It’s Monday and we want to play a game,” the writers said. “There’s a particular Easter egg in episode 2 of S3 that you haven’t found, first person to crack it gets a prize. Go!” The show’s fans got busy playing the guessing game, but struck out over and over. “Y’all can get it without a hint. Come on, don’t let me down,” the writers tweeted, which just made the quest all the more maddening. Comments winner, winner, banana boat for dinner— Stranger Writers (@strangerwriters) July 8, 2019 Stranger Things season 3: Our biggest WTF questions 15 TV shows to watch once you’re done with season 3 Netflixlast_img read more

Back to the Future – The First Time Machine was a RefrigeratorBack to the Future – The First Time Machine was a Refrigerator

first_imgAs one of the defining movie franchises of the 1980s, Back To The Future is fondly remembered by a generation. So much so that its iconic time travelling car, the DeLorean DMC-12, featured recently in Ready Player One, Steven Spielberg’s pop culture-fueled sci-fi spectacular. Together with career-boosting turns from Michael J. Fox as Marty McFly and Christopher Lloyd as “Doc” Brown, it took the high concept movie to new heights, and spawned throwaway concepts that are talked about to this day.1982 De Lorean DMC12 coupe. Marty McFly’s driver’s licence and sunglasses. Taken at the 2013 New South Wales All American Day, held at Castle Towers Shopping Centre, Castle Hill, Sydney. Photo by sv1ambo CC By 2.0Back To The Future Part II featured the hoverboard and infamous movie tribute Jaws 19, while Part III received a tribute via Seth MacFarlane when he brought Lloyd in for a cameo in A Million Ways To Die In The West.Back to the Future Delorean (Mattel booth). Photo by The Community – Pop Culture Geek CC BY 2.0Yet Marty’s adventures could have taken a very different turn had the original story been stuck to. The first film had been developed over several years, with the tricky subject of time travel leading writers Robert Zemeckis (who also directed) and Bob Gale to consider different options for their young, decade-hopping hero.Robert Zemeckis. Photo by Dick Thomas Johnson CC BY 2.0There’s something so perfect about the DeLorean that it seems unthinkable anything else would have been on the table. However, as The Huffington Post reported in 2015, the initial idea was a little less mobile. In fact it could be described as cool, but not in a good way.The first draft “set the story in 1982… the journey would have taken young Marty McFly to 1952. Originally, the time travel device was a beam of sorts which was powered by plutonium (and Coca-Cola) that effectively ‘zapped’ Marty back in time.”A red vintage coca cola vending machine.Plutonium and Coca-Cola doesn’t sound like the wisest of combinations but clearly the writers thought they were onto something. ‘52 was also a significant year in the calendar of American nuclear activity, as it “happened to have the last above ground atomic bomb detonation in the United States in Atkins, Nevada (something helpfully referenced in Marty’s history class earlier in the film).”Every Day Items Used As Movie PropsNow if the idea of a time jump powered by nuclear physics and a well-known soft drink sounds a little out there, how about the mode of transportation itself? Zemeckis and Gale were thinking less in terms of a vehicle. They applied the concept to… an appliance.Back In The Future Marty Mcfly at Comic Con.Marty McFly’s teeth would have been chattering, because he was due to shut himself inside a refrigerator for the jaunt through history. The atomic test came into play for the return trip. Instead of a clock tower hit by lightning, “the 1952 version of Emmett Brown… rigged up a special lead-lined refrigerator with the device attached to it so that Marty could ride out the atomic detonation inside the refrigerator while the blast would trigger the time travel device.”Emmett Brown from Back to the Future. Universal Studios Florida. Photo by Eliedion CC BY-SA 4.0It didn’t take a man of Emmett Brown’s genius to work out fridges and teenagers were not a good mix. Fearing youngsters might lock themselves in and suffocate, the element was dropped and audiences wound up with the classic image of heartthrob and hot wheels.DeLorean time machine at the Historic Auto Attractions museum in Roscoe, Illinois. Photo by Lautenbach – Flickr CC BY 2.0Many years later the bizarre idea was revived for another big screen American adventurer, this time Indiana Jones. Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment had produced Back To The Future and the chilling plot device had clearly struck a chord with the legendary director.Robert Zemeckis was afraid that kids would imitate the film and get trapped in refrigerators.For Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Harrison Ford’s Indy managed to astonish viewers by hiding in a refrigerator to protect himself from a nuclear blast, rather than travel through time in its wake. Pretty far-fetched stuff, but nothing compared to what Dr. Brown had in mind.Read another story from us: Olivia de Havilland turns 102! What is the ‘Gone With the Wind’ star doing now?It was only fitting that Back To The Future’s legacy came full circle to be part of Ready Player One and its VR Eighties-scape. Though if they’d pressed ahead with the initial storyline, there might well have been a fridge flying around with Donkey Kong and Chucky instead of a DeLorean.last_img read more

Apple Dropping Back to My Mac Feature What to Do NowApple Dropping Back to My Mac Feature What to Do Now

first_imgApple’s Back to My Mac feature is a handy way for you to access content remotely, share a screen, and share files. But it looks like Apple is moving away from it.The tech giant has been sending alerts to those testing the macOS Mojave beta that say “Back to My Mac service ends soon.” The notification informs them that they can “continue to use iCloud Drive to access your files across devices.” There’s also a Learn More link that provides additional information about Apple’s decision on a support page.MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro: Which 13-inch MacBook Is Right For You?Apple’s entry-level MacBook Air and Pro look pretty similar, but our testing proved they differ in crucial ways.Your Recommended PlaylistVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9接下来播放Which Cheap Tablet Is Best? Amazon Fire 7 vs Walmart Onn02:45关闭选项Automated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-US facebook twitter 发邮件 reddit 链接已复制直播00:0003:4603:46 According to Macrumors, which earlier reported on the feature and published a screen shot of the alert, Apple’s support page provides instructions on how to move from Back to My Mac to iCloud Drive, screen sharing, and Apple Remote Desktop. The issue, however, is that Back to My Mac was a feature baked into the company’s operating system. Apple Remote Desktop is paid software that costs $79 in the Mac App Store.MORE: Best Apple LaptopsIt’s unclear why Apple has discontinued use of Back to My Mac. The feature was a handy way to help friends or family with some common Mac problems. And if you wanted to quickly transfer files between Macs in your home, Back to My Mac was a great way to get it done.That said, Back to My Mac was somewhat difficult for some folks to pick up and use. And for novices, especially, it was hard to configure.If you want a different way to access files and screen-shares, you’ll need to turn to new solutions when Mojave launches later this year.Top 11 macOS Mojave FeaturesHow to Use macOS Mojave’s Dark ModemacOS Mojave Preview: Dark Mode Is Cool, But These Features Are Better by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeKelley Blue Book5 Mid-engine Corvettes That Weren’tKelley Blue BookUndoGrepolis – Free Online GameGamers Around the World Have Been Waiting for this GameGrepolis – Free Online GameUndoTODAYPolice Identify Girl Licking Ice Cream Tub In Viral VideoTODAYUndoMy Food and FamilyHealthy, Homemade Drunken Thai Noodles In Just 20 MinutesMy Food and FamilyUndoForbes.comSerena Williams Definitely Made This Forbes ListForbes.comUndoVerizon WirelessThis new phone will blow your mind.Verizon WirelessUndoAdvertisementlast_img read more

Amazing Thai Taste Festival ready to tantalise the palletAmazing Thai Taste Festival ready to tantalise the pallet

first_imgeTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) You can read full article here: SAWASDEE: Bangkok, 5 June 2018 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is proud to organise this year’s ‘Amazing Thai Taste Festival 2018’ that showcases the best Thai food from around the Kingdom highlighted by eight delicious zones under collaboration with 37 public and private organisations including Chulalongkorn University’s Property Management Office.Scheduled from 8 to 10 June, 12.00-20.00 Hrs., at Siam Square, TAT’s second annual event is organised under an ‘Eat Thai Food, Feeling Good’ theme.Mr. Yuthasak Supasorn, TAT Governor, said: “The Amazing Thai Taste Festival is a smorgasbord of Thai cuisine that is intended to tantalise the pallet of allcenter_img Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Amazing Thai Taste Festival 2017 to showcase authentic cuisine of ThailandNew Amazing Thailand ‘Shades of the River’ Plane from TAT and Thai Air Asia flying highThailand Cultural Music Festival’s all-star line-up readies to rock Pattayalast_img read more

Carestream Releases SecondGeneration Metal Artifact Reduction Software for OnSight 3D Extremity SystemCarestream Releases SecondGeneration Metal Artifact Reduction Software for OnSight 3D Extremity System

first_imgTechnology | Computed Tomography (CT) | September 06, 2018 Carestream Releases Second-Generation Metal Artifact Reduction Software for OnSight 3D Extremity System CMAR 2 software now increases workflow efficiency, enhances volumetric post-processing compatibility with PACS and fulfills NEMA XR-29 standards compliance News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read more Siemens Go.Top CT scanner at SCCT19Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:05Loaded: 15.14%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:05 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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Rebels step up attacks on Colombia energy targetsRebels step up attacks on Colombia energy targets

first_img“After $8 billion of investment,” said Restrepo, “we’re staying.”___Associated Press writer Cesar Garcia in Bogota contributed to this report.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Associated PressBOGOTA (AP) – The port town of Tumaco on Colombia’s Pacific coast went dark for more than a week in early August after guerrillas toppled three electricity towers in the remote area.Rebel-planted land mines did even more damage, delaying the restoration of power while killing at least five people, including two workers trying to repair the towers, local authorities said.Such attacks on electricity infrastructure, gas pipelines and trains transporting coal occurred almost daily in the 1990s, and into the 2000s, as Colombia’s rebel groups targeted the energy industry either to extort funds or attack foreign companies considered to be exploiting the nation’s riches. Four benefits of having a wireless security system Top ways to honor our heroes on Veterans Day Similar security has accompanied construction of a new pipeline called Bicentenario, which is being guarded meter by meter, even from above with military drones, Cardenas said. The proposed pipeline is set to be the country’s longest, at 960 kilometers (597 miles), capable of carrying 450,000 barrels daily from the oil fields in Colombia’s west to the Caribbean port of Convenas, according to Ecopetrol, a majority partner in the project.Despite the patrols, the ELN in July briefly kidnapped two women working on the pipeline, releasing them 20 days later to the International Red Cross Committee.Nationwide, at least 5,000 uniformed security forces guard Colombia’s oil pipeline network, energy towers and even convoys of trucks transporting petroleum to refineries, said Cardenas.Pinzon announced Wednesday that the Defense Ministry is creating eight new battalions to shore up security of the nation’s infrastructure. A high-ranking official speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to comment publicly about national security issues said each battalion will be comprised of at least 1,200 troops, and three battalions are already operating.Despite the attacks and the mounting security burden, the companies say they have no intention of leaving the country. Sponsored Stories Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Comments   Share   The number of energy towers targeted by rebels rose from 39 in 2010 to 73 last year.Carbones del Cerrejon Limited’s rail line from its primary coal mine has suffered at least six attacks since January of this year, up from two in 2011, said Julian Gonzalez, the company’s vice president of public affairs. The 150-kilometer (93-mile) track stretches to Puerto Bolivar on the Caribbean, where coal is loaded onto ships bound for the United States and Europe.Alfredo Rangel of Colombia’s Security and Democracy Foundation, which studies internal conflicts, said the increase in attacks began about two years ago, spiking this year as the military reduced its offensive actions. Rangel said that according to his own calculations and press reports, there were as many as 1,800 such military operations in 2003, plunging to about 360 last year.Both Santos and Pinzon insist that the government has not let down its guard. According to Pinzon, 70 percent of the rebel activity occurs in just 50 of about 1,000 municipalities in the country.Still, energy companies are beefing up security to protect their facilities.The country’s largest crude oil field, Puerto Gaitan, is guarded by at least 800 soldiers located inside the vast complex where 14,000 people work, said Federico Restrepo, vice president of corporate relations for the Toronto-based company Pacific Rubiales Energy. The firm holds a 35 percent stake in Puerto Gaitan, which produces about 20 percent of the country’s daily production, set at an average of 918,000 barrels in August. Restrepo said none of the company’s Colombia operations have suffered attacks.center_img Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix 4 must play golf courses in Arizona No estimates exist on how much damage the sabotage causes annually, but if a peace agreement is signed, Colombia’s gross domestic product could grow an additional one or two percentage points, helping the country reach annual economic growth of 5 to 6 percent, according to Treasury Minister Mauricio Cardenas, a former minister of energy and mining.Cardenas downplayed the impact of the attacks but still acknowledged they have had a cost, preventing the production of at least 15,000 barrels of crude daily. He denied they were a key reason for Colombia’s failure to reach its production goal of a million barrels daily, saying bureaucratic delays in issuing environmental permits for oil projects were more to blame.Neither the ELN nor the FARC has commented on the recent increase of attacks.So far, the guerrillas have focused on infrastructure such as cargo trains and pipelines, leaving untouched facilities used to extract coal or pump oil from the ground. That’s still hurt overall petroleum production, slowed exports and delayed plans to bring electricity to entire communities.The attacks on pipelines have mushroomed by 253 percent, from 19 in the first half of 2011 to 67 in the same period this year, according to Defense Ministry data. There were 84 pipeline attacks last year, two less than the 86 recorded in 2002 when the FARC’s armed strength was unquestioned. Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day The attacks by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, the largest rebel force in the country, and the smaller National Liberation Front, or ELN, eventually fell off. But such rebel sabotage has been on the upswing again _ a sign to some that the guerrillas have grown desperate as their armed strength has waned. The attacks have also hit as Colombia tries to build its economic future around increased oil production.“The terrorists are still keeping it up to remain visible, undertaking certain limited, isolated actions that attempt to demonstrate a force that the country understands they do not have,” Defense Minister Jose Carlos Pinzon said Wednesday of the most recent attacks.Meanwhile, FARC representatives prepare for peace talks with Colombian authorities next month in Oslo, Norway, and have proposed a cease fire that could end the attacks on energy targets. President Juan Manuel Santos, however, has ruled out such a cease-fire, saying he has asked the military to instead step up their actions.“We’re not going to give up until we have a final accord, and that’s clear,” Santos said.The energy and mining sector represents about 70 percent of the country’s exports, with petroleum sales alone totaling at least $32 billion annually. The sector generates 12 percent of the country’s gross domestic product, money that’s key for development projects ranging from the construction of highways and bridges to low-income housing. Top Stories Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion projectlast_img read more

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first_imgWhite Plains, NY – Linear Air, a provider of point-to-point air taxi service, announced today the launch of its Eclipse E500 flight service in the greater New York City area. The expansion of its fleet in the New York region reaffirms the company’s commitment to offering business and leisure travelers unprecedented access and affordability to private jet travel.Linear Air’s Eclipse E500 is part of a new class of very light jets (VLJ) poised to redefine air travel. Using less fuel than other light jets, the eco-friendly and efficient, twin engine Eclipse E500 offers jet aircraft performance at an unprecedented lower overall cost. That savings is directly passed on to the Linear Air customer.“Linear Air’s goals are to provide customers with a high-quality travel experience that is hassle-free, time efficient and cost effective,” said William Herp, president and CEO of Linear Air. “With convenient and personalized service, Linear Air is pleased to offer business and leisure travelers in the greater New York City area a bold new option for air travel.”In addition to cost-savings, other considerations that make air travel with Linear Air appealing include: • Linear Air serves 10 times more airports than the traditional commercial airlines serve. By utilizing regional airports, Linear Air can accommodate clients’ air travel needs from locations that are closer to their homes and offices. This saves travelers the time, headache, and expense of commercial airports. • The flexibility of Linear Air’s air taxi service allows business travelers to land in destinations not served by commercial airlines, creating opportunities to reach remote or multiple destinations in single day trips. Air travel is easily complemented by accessible ground transportation options. • Business travelers benefit from the ability to turn travel time into productive work time by flying in well-appointed comfortable cabins conducive to conducting meetings. • Leisure travelers are able to more easily make weekend trips from New York to Nantucket by avoiding the long security lines and other hassles associated with commercial air travel.Linear Air’s aircraft is based at the White Plains/Westchester County Airport in New York, but will be servicing major and regional airports throughout the tri-state region as well as the Northeast and mid-Atlantic.About Linear Air Linear Air provides point-to-point air taxi service with unprecedented access and affordability. Based in Concord, Mass., the Linear Air fleet includes four three-passenger Eclipse E500 business jets and five, eight-passenger Cessna Grand Caravan turboprops. Linear Air offers business and leisure travelers access to more than 750 cities in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and eastern Canada from its bases in Boston and New York. Linear Air is a FAA-certified part 135 charter operator that maintains a Gold safety rating from ARG/US, the leading independent safety auditor in the aviation industry. For more information, please visit or call 1-877-2-LINEAR.last_img read more

President Turkish EEZ incursion a second invasion Update3President Turkish EEZ incursion a second invasion Update3

first_imgPresident Nicos Anastasiades on Monday likened Turkey’s actions inside the island’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ) to a second invasion, as Nicosia sought an international arrest warrant for the crew of a Turkish vessel said to be poised to commence drilling for hydrocarbons.“It is clearly a violation of international law, or, as I could describe it, a second invasion, considering the violation of the Republic of Cyprus’ Exclusive Economic Zone,” he said last night.The president said the government’s actions were in line with a policy that had been drafted in light of the dangers from any Turkish threats.Anastasiades said Turkey’s actions made it impossible to resume reunifications talks.“It is impossible for anyone to speak of peace under threat. And not just threats but an active violation of international law for the umpteenth time.”Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan remained defiant on Monday, saying he expected NATO to support his country’s rights in the eastern Mediterranean, despite the United States and European Union voicing concerns over Ankara’s plans.“The legitimate rights of Turkey and the northern Cypriot Turks over energy resources in the eastern Mediterranean are not open for argument. Our country is determined to defend its rights and those of Cypriot Turks,” he said. “We expect NATO to respect Turkey’s rights in this process and support us in preventing tensions.”Earlier on Monday, Foreign Minister Nicos Christodoulides said Nicosia was taking diplomatic steps to respond to Turkey’s latest incursion and was also seeking an international arrest warrant for the crew of the Turkish vessel.Speaking to reporters after a cabinet meeting at the palace, Christodoulides dismissed the notion that Nicosia was caught off guard by the appearance of the Turkish drillship Fatih in waters to the west of Paphos.“The necessary preparatory work was done by the Republic of Cyprus in relation to Turkey’s illegal actions in the Cyprus EEZ, and this is evident from the immediate and clear reaction of the EU,” Christodoulides said.The government, he added, is in constant communication with the European Commission as well as with EU member states.“Yesterday I spoke with the EU Commissioner for Enlargement, I’ve had contact with important capitals of EU member states who are conveying particular interest in the illegal acts within our EEZ, and tomorrow I shall be in Paris where this issue will be the top item on the agenda of my meetings there.”European Parliament President Antonio Tajani expressed concern over the developments and called on Turkey to refrain from illegal activities in Cyprus’ EEZ.“Turkey’s intention to drill within the EEZ of Cyprus is a violation of international law,” he said. “The Republic of Cyprus has the full and sovereign right to explore and exploit natural resources within its EEZ. We stand with Cyprus in safeguarding its rights underpinned by international and European law.”On Thursday Anastasiades will brief his European counterparts at the informal European Council to be held in Romania, Christodoulides said.“At the council, discussion will take place on specific actions on the legal, political and diplomatic levels which have been set in motion for a while now.”The president has also called a meeting of the National Council on Saturday to discuss the situation.Last Saturday Cypriot authorities submitted to the United Nations the coordinates for the boundaries of the EEZ and the continental shelf, based on the median line that is equidistant from the shores of Cyprus and Turkey.The coordinates would also be published in the government gazette, giving them the force of law.Christodoulides was asked why this had not been done before.He said that all administrations since 2004, based on advice from international law experts, had opted not to submit to the UN the coordinates for the EEZ and continental shelf, as that might have been used by Turkey as a pretext to engage in provocations.At any rate, Cyprus’ rights over its continental shelf are ipso facto, that is to say, automatic. There is no question over the rights of the Republic, the foreign minister stressed.In July 2014, he recalled, parliament passed a law specifying that the Cyprus maritime boundaries for the EEZ lie at the median line between the shores of the island and Turkey.“The coordinates merely denote the median line with greater precision,” he offered.On how actual Turkish drilling in the EEZ might be averted, Christodoulides said efforts would be focused in the EU sphere, where Cyprus has a comparative advantage.One course of action might be to ask for a revision of the EU-Turkey customs unions, or blocking Ankara’s access to EU pre-accession funds.The EU, the United States, Russia and the United Kingdom have already released statements expressing concern that Turkey’s latest action offshore Cyprus may stoke tensions in the region.Rejecting remarks by Federica Mogherini, the High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, the Turkish foreign ministry reiterated that Ankara will carry out the drilling “in line with its legal rights stemming from international law.”Meantime, with assistance of neighbouring nations, Nicosia is monitoring the movements of the Fatih drillship.The latest information indicates that it has not started drilling.According to Christodoulides, the government has for some time been well aware of Turkish intentions to conduct drilling offshore Cyprus, given repeated statements to that effect from Turkish officials.Until recently, Turkey had been unable to carry out drilling operations because they were unable to find oilfield services companies to assist them.That has now changed.“It is a negative development with serious ramifications,” the foreign minister noted.Although it was possible that foreign corporations were participating in the Turkish drilling operations, he ruled out any participation by any country on a government level.Also on Monday, authorities began procedures to have an international arrest warrant issued for the crew of the Turkish drillship.An application for a warrant was submitted on Monday to Nicosia district court, Undersecretary to the President Vasilis Palmas told a local radio station.Depending on the court’s decision, Cypriot authorities would then relay the international arrest warrant to Europol.On Friday, Turkish authorities issued a Navtex (navigational telex) advising that the drillship Fatih would be carrying out ‘drilling operations’ in an area west of Paphos from May 3 to September 3.The Fatih is being supported by three other vessels.Turkish media on Saturday cited Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu as saying the Fatih had started drilling in areas for which northern Cypriot authorities had issued a permit.MarineTraffic, a vessel tracking website, shows that the Fatih is currently stopped, at a location some 60km west of Paphos and a latitude just north of Peyia.Over the weekend authorities transmitted via Radio Cyprus a navigational warning to the Fatih, advising its crew that they are “conducting illegal operations in the exclusive economic zone and the continental shelf of the Republic of Cyprus.“Your actions are violating the international law and maritime safety procedures and you are committing serious criminal offences under the laws of the Republic of Cyprus.”Turkey responded with a broadcast describing Radio Cyprus as an “unauthorised station”.Although technically the Turkish drillship is operating in the Cypriot EEZ, it is located in an area that has not been licensed by Cyprus for hydrocarbons exploration.Citing unnamed government sources, daily Politis said that about six months ago the foreign minister had invited Ankara to engage in dialogue to delimit the respective EEZs of the two nations.Turkey rejected the approach, on the grounds it does not recognise the Republic of Cyprus. 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