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National Guard on the ground as Standing Rock Sioux Tribe supporters await

first_imgDennis WardAPTN National NewsThousands of supporters of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota are anxiously awaiting for a U.S. Federal Court judge to deliver a key ruling on the Dakota Access pipeline whether the construction project will be stopped.People at the camp say the four-state, $3.8 billion dollar project which would carry over 500,000 barrels per day of fracked oil from the Bakken shale fields in North Dakota to Illinois threatens the area’s drinking water source and has already disrupted sacred sites.The camp has been in place since April. Last Saturday there was a clash between demonstrators s and pipeline company security forces using dogs and pepper spray.Ahead of Friday’s decision, North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrympl called in the National Guard to augment the local county and police force. The National Guard was seen Friday manning a barricade on the highway that leads to the Sacred Stone camp.Although a ruling on an injunction is expected sometime Friday, some are calling for U.S. President Barack Obama to intervene.Obama visited Standing Rock in 2014.Cara Currie Hall, an Obama supporter who campaigned for him during the 2012 election, met the president at the time.“He has the executive authority to intervene and live up to his words,” said Currie Hall. “Because if he doesn’t, he’s going to be like everybody else, you know. It’s all rhetoric.”Currie Hall said what’s happening in Standing Rock is changing the dialogue on energy resources and Indigenous Nations.U.S. District Judge James Boasberg said he’d rule by the end of Friday on the Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s request to block the project.The lead developer, Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners, says modern technology allows quick detection of leaks. Pipeline supporters also say it would cut the amount of oil that travels by train.Follow Dennis Ward on Twitter for the latest.last_img read more

Reducing debt or investing your tax refund depends on your situation

OTTAWA — Many tax filers recognize that paying down debt or investing are smarter ways to spend their tax refund than splurging on a new big-screen TV or a quick weekend getaway.But with household debt levels near record levels and interest rates starting to climb, the choice between saving or reducing the amount owed has become an increasingly important decision.Those with refunds need to consider their whole financial picture when weighing the choice, said Andy Nasr, director and lead investment strategist at Scotia Wealth Management.“This isn’t just about investing, it’s about really developing a plan to preserve and accumulate wealth and that’s going to vary from person to person,” he said.“It is going to depend on your objectives and your risk tolerance.”If you have high-interest debt such as a balance on a credit card, using your tax refund to reduce or eliminate that debt should be the priority.There’s nothing that will give you a guaranteed rate of return like paying off the balance of a credit card that is charging 20 per cent interest, said CIBC’s Jamie Golombek.“I wouldn’t do any RRSPs, I wouldn’t do any TFSAs, I would primarily direct that money to paying down that debt,” said Golombek, managing director of tax and estate planning.The decision is trickier when it comes to debt with less onerous interest rates. Mortgages, home equity lines of credit or car loans may carry much lower interest charges.The Bank of Canada has increased its key interest rate target three times since last summer, moves that have prompted the big banks to raise their prime rates. The prime rate at Canada’s big banks now stands at 3.45 per cent compared with 2.7 per cent at this time last year.And while the timeline is uncertain, economists are predicting rates will go higher this year, further pushing up the cost of variable-rate mortgages and other lending linked to prime rates.Nasr said you have to compare the interest rate you’re paying on your debt with the after-tax rate of return you think you might be able to see if you invest instead and consider what your financial picture would look like if things don’t turn out as you hope and your returns fall short or you end up losing money.“I wouldn’t consider investing unless I thought my expected return on something, whether it is the cash flow from it or the total return, would be enough to service those debt obligations while I have them,” he said.Nasr added it is important to remember that unless you’re investing in something like a GIC, the market can be volatile and there is no guarantee that the principal is secure.“If you invest in stocks, you should expect some level of volatility which can affect the capital that you’re putting to work,” he said.Golombek says if you are able to tolerate some risk and have a long enough time horizon before retirement you may be able to realize a significant benefit by skipping extra payments on low-interest debt and instead making contributions to an RRSP or TFSA account.“It doesn’t necessarily make sense to pay down debt,” he said.You don’t want to be mortgage-free, but have nothing saved for retirement, he added.“Every person is different, but I’m not sure it makes sense to take extra money and pay down low-interest debt when you have a long enough time horizon where you can get a higher rate of return.” read more

Navigato leads Rockets to 101 points for 6th straight win

TOLEDO, Ohio — Nate Navigato made five 3-pointers and led five players into double-figure scoring with 19 points and six assists as Toledo clobbered Detroit Mercy 101-57 Wednesday night, pushing its win streak to six games.Chris Darrington scored 16 points with four assists, Spencer Littleson added 14 points and Marreon Jackson had 13 points, five rebounds, four assists. Willie Jackson had 12 points and 15 boards for the Rockets (8-1) and has six double-doubles this season, 10 for his career.Toledo made 33 of 64 from the field, 52 per cent, and hit 14 from 3-point distance.Freshman Antoine Davis — ranked second in the nation in scoring — led Detroit Mercy with 19 points, which was 10 below his average. Davis was 7 for 26 from the floor with five 3-pointers. The Titans were held to 32 per cent shooting (22 of 69) and outrebounded 54-29Toledo’s Jaelen Sanford scored nine points, ending his streak of scoring in double digits through the first eight games. The win was coach Tod Kowalczyk’s 150th with Toledo.The Associated Press read more

As Sports Data Evolve the Public May Get Left Behind

The world of sports research has grown exponentially over the past decade, a trend nowhere more apparent than at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, the industry’s highest-profile exhibition.Sloan has ballooned from 175 attendees at its inaugural event in 2007 to nearly 3,000 visitors a year ago at the sprawling Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. (This year’s attendance was slightly lower because of a smaller space, but that wasn’t a function of decreased demand. According to conference organizer Jessica Gelman, the waiting list ran into the thousands.)The flowering of sports analytics has brought lots of attention, and money, to the field. That’s good and bad. Higher-tech statistics require greater investment, which, in turn, introduces the possibility that leagues will be less willing to share new data with the public.Several notable data projects have been featured in Sloan’s panels over the years. Just last week, Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM) announced an optical-tracking technology to replace the PITCHf/x system. What does this portend for the future of open-source analytics?MLBAM CEO Bob Bowman gave assurances that “fans will be able to see these data.” I hope that he means history will repeat itself. The original PITCHf/x data was stored in public files, which early pioneers of pitch analysis quickly learned to use. Bloggers and hobbyists did such good work that teams began hiring them; Mike Fast, Josh Kalk and other PITCHf/x gurus jumped into the big leagues (yours truly was hired by the Atlanta Hawks). Thus began a symbiotic relationship between MLB insiders and outsiders, made possible by a willingness to give smart people free data and let them run with it.But you can’t help but sense the possibility that the next wave of advanced data won’t be as accessible to amateurs. The tug-of-war between intellectual curiosity and monetization serves as a microcosm of what Sloan is about. It exists in the murky territory between trade fairs and academic conferences, a stark change from its earlier, smaller incarnations.Sloan’s growth has mirrored the growth of sports analytics, but it also underscores the increasing ways in which businesses and teams are looking to profit from a new generation of sports data. I just hope they don’t shut out the public in the process. read more

Cannabis liquid milk and everything else happening in Leinster House today

first_imgDáil: Leaders Questions – Matters of the day will be raised with the Taoiseach by opposition leaders at 3.15pm. Expect property tax to feature in light of events in recent days and possibly gay marriage too.Dáil: Cannabis Regulation – The Dáil debates legalising and regulating the sale of cannabis in Ireland at 7.30pm on foot of a private members’ motion from Luke Ming Flanagan. The government will oppose the motion, but the debate should be interesting.Seanad: Social Welfare Bill – The upper house begins debate on the bill which enshrines the social welfare changes announced in the Budget. There is no indication of a rebellion from government senators but it will be interesting to hear their views.Committees: End of Life Care – The Health Committee continues its hearings on End of Life Care with the Primary Palliative Care Initiative, Nursing Homes Ireland and the Institute of Common Health Nursing and The Alzheimer Society of Ireland in Committee Room 1 at 5pm.Everything else that’s happening in the DáilThe Minister for Justice Alan Shatter takes questions on his portfolio at 2pm.After Leaders’ Question the Taoiseach takes questions on his own portfolio at 3.36pm.An hour later the Order of Business gets under way. TDs then discuss Topical Issues – pressing matters of the day – after that.There are also a raft of motions before the Dáil tomorrow, most of which are without debate. These include the withdrawal of the Betting Bill and a report on the Defence Forces’ service with the UN in 2012, which is being referred to committee.Along with a number of other motions the Dáil will also spend up to 20 minutes discussing the appointment of a new Ombudsman, Peter Tyndall.Then debate on the second stage of the Local Government Bill – which implements wide-ranging reforms to local authorities – resumes.The Dáil adjourns at 9pm after the debate on cannabis.Everything else that’s happening in the SeanadSenators begin their week with the Order of Business at 1.30pm.After that there are a number of motions without debate, including the appointment of the Ombudsman.After lengthy debate on the Social Welfare and Pensions Bill senators discuss Matters on the Adjournment.Everything else that’s happening in the CommitteesThe Jobs Committee discusses the Companies Bill – the largest piece of legislation to ever come before the house with more than 1,400 sections – with junior minister Sean Sherlock in Committee Room 4 at 10am. The Environment Committee meets at 2.15pm in Committee Room 2 to discuss a number of EU legislative proposals and then the impact of existing and proposed nuclear plants in the UK with Dr Ann McGarry from the Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland. Members will then discuss EU construction regulations and their impact on the standards of, er, construction products with officials from the Department of Environment.The Agriculture Committee discusses the problems, impacts and possible solutions to the issue of liquid milk with representatives from the Strathroy Dairy in Committee Room 3 at 3.30pm. Like politics? Then why not ‘Like’ TheJournal.ie’s Politicspage?Explainer: How does a Bill become a law? Here’s how to watch what’s going on in Leinster House todayDáil ÉireannSeanad ÉireannCommittee Room 1Committee Room 2Committee Room 3Committee Room 4To access streams on iOS, click herecenter_img WHAT’S GOING ON in Leinster House?Every day the Dáil and Seanad are sitting, TheJournal.ie brings you the most comprehensive guide to what our lawmakers are getting up to in the Houses of the Oireachtas.So, here is what we can expect to be happening in the Dáil, Seanad and Committee rooms today…4 things we’ll be keeping an eye onlast_img read more

More jobs today as online advertising company announces 100 jobs in Dublin

first_imgIN THE SECOND jobs announcement for the capital today, a online advertising company has announced plans to hire 100 people at its Dublin office.Adroll, which keeps track of people who visit an online store and displays targeted ads to them,  said it plans to more than double the staff numbers at its offices in Dublin.The move will bring AdRoll’s Dublin headcount to 220.The jobs are in the areas of sales, account management, business development, finance and engineering.The company set up its headquarters for EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) in Dublin just last October. It said that its growth has far exceeded expectations since then.CEO Aaron Bell said Adroll was “excited about the target we have found in Ireland and the response we’ve had since entering the European market”.Taoiseach Enda Kenny, who attended the announcement, said it was “a vote of confidence in Ireland”.The company has more than 2,000 customers in more than 15 countries across Europe.AdRoll’s expansion was supported by the Department of Jobs through IDA Ireland.Read: Good news: Library company to create 25 new jobs at its Dublin HQ > Read: IDA promises to help Bausch & Lomb as workers vote for massive cuts >last_img read more

Ikea introduces Soffa Sans worlds comfiest font

first_imgWhen Ikea first introduced the couch design function last month, customers immediately tapped the online tool to come up with all kinds of outrageously complex and impractical couch configurations. “Behold this couch fortress with a drawbridge me and my roomie made a few months ago,” one tweeted.  More fonts Behold this Couch Fortress With A Drawbridge me and my roomie made a few months ago, yours for the low low price of £3925 pic.twitter.com/8HWYk6ACrQ— Mr. Squidgereen (@Mrsquidgereen) June 22, 2019 Sit back, relax and start typing.  Ikea Pull up a Söderhamn or a Grönlid couch. Ikea has rolled out Soffa Sans, a free font based on its “design your own sofa” tool that lets customers create personalized seating solutions. Or spell giant words in their living rooms. The font’s letters are configured from couches in the modular Vallentuna series and come in white, blue and gray.”Its modular form and relaxed letter-spacing make it one of the most versatile,” Ikea says of the font. “Also available in life-size.” Ikea said the wacky ideas led to Soffa Sans. “We loved your sofa planner creations so much they inspired the comfiest font ever,” the company said.  Sans Forgetica designed to boost your memory Blame Batman and the Watchmen for Comic Sans 54 Photos We loved your sofa planner creations so much they inspired the comfiest font ever. Meet SOFFA SANS. Download here https://t.co/ZdMyFuahqM pic.twitter.com/IIHnDHWwFO— IKEA UK (@IKEAUK) June 28, 2019 Now playing: Watch this: This robot builds Ikea furniturecenter_img 1:02 Post a comment Check out the latest luxury trends for high-end homes Tags 0 European website The Drum, which is dedicated to marketing, calculated that the 1,434 products that make up the Soffa Sans alphabet would cost approximately $135,027 in dark gray.You can download the font here. Then go fluff some pillows and take a näp.  Share your voice Randomlast_img read more

Finding local seafood is getting easier at Americas top fishing port

first_imgBuying local crab gave Rubi Warden an opportunity to show her daughter Pia where their food comes from. (Zoë Sobel/KUCB)Unalaska is America’s fish capital. More seafood is hauled into Dutch Harbor than anywhere in the country, but for residents it’s not easy to find fresh fish unless they catch it themselves.Listen nowAt the local grocery stores even seafood caught in the Aleutians is exported before landing in freezer cases. But it’s getting a little easier to get locally caught seafood on the dinner table.It doesn’t happen often in Unalaska, but fishermen can sell their catch directly to customers. If you’re imagining a fish market, wipe away that image.Buying fresh seafood means going directly to a boat like Roger Rowland’s. On a weekday in January people like Rubi Warden are crowding onto the dock to pick out tanner crab.“Can you help me to carry it to my truck?” Warden asked.” “I’m buying $400 worth for three families.”Fishing is a family affair for Roger Rowland. Here his daughter helps fill an order. (Zoë Sobel/KUCB)Warden and her daughter Pia are buying 48 crab.  She’ll serve some of it to her parents when they visit from Hawaii.Local crab hasn’t been sold on the dock in two years.This is Rowland’s second time selling crab this season. The first time they took pre-orders, but today anyone can buy. It’s $12 a crab or 12 for $100.“This year they’re very nice, very big,” Rowland said. “It’s really encouraging to see the really nice product.”Selling fish off a boat doesn’t involve too much paperwork. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game requires a catcher seller permit to be completed along with a $25 processing fee.Another way it’s getting easier to find local fish in Unalaska is at restaurants – at least at all the dining establishments owned by UniSea, one of the big processing plants in town.Vic Fisher looks forward to Taco Tuesday the way most people look forward to the weekend.“I’m sitting on Monday and I’m thinking about Taco Tuesday,” Fisher said.Fisher is excited to try tonights’ menu: Alaska cod “just off the boat” marinated in chili lime sauce with cabbage slaw, and chipotle creme fraiche.“I love fresh caught anything,” Fisher said. “This is fresh cod and this is absolutely a new thing. I’m down for it.”The person responsible for all this fresh fish at the restaurant is Brett Richardson, the general manager of the Grand Aleutian Hotel. He’s been around for six years and says previous managers served fish from Asia.“I was wondering why we weren’t serving fish that we caught. If only, not having to pay shipping costs,” Richardson said. “Something that’s local and something that I think tastes pretty good should be on the menu.”All the restaurants at the Grand Aleutian Hotel are serving fresh, local fish seasonally. (Zoë Sobel/KUCB)Richardson’s first move was to shift the hotel’s weekly seafood buffet from a cornucopia of products from around the world to just Alaska fish — cod, pollock, salmon and scallops.In some ways it makes his job more difficult. He’s responsible for picking up the fish.“We don’t have a delivery structure,” Richardson said. “I literally just drive my little car over, put it in the trunk, and bring it on over.”Richardson can get fish so fresh it’s been off the boat for less than an hour. Workers process the fish on a slime line and instead of taking it to the freezers as they would for international customers, they walk it out to Richardson.Even with Richardson’s three restaurants at the hotel and a few more nearby starting to serve local seafood, it’s still not easy to find fresh fish on the island.Why is it so challenging? Richardson says it could be similar to why you can’t get good coffee in Java, Indonesia.“The only thing they had there available for anybody was Nescafé,” Richardson said. “They export all of their coffee because other markets will pay much more premium products for that.”Because of the seasonal nature of Alaska’s fisheries, there won’t be fish this fresh available year round. Richardson says the prime season is at the beginning of the year, but he thinks they’ll likely still have local cod through the end of April.last_img read more

Record Heat Facing Astros Dodgers In World Series

first_img Share Gail Delaughter Astros playoff gear in the team shop at Minute Maid Park.The Astros will take the field Tuesday night in Los Angeles looking for the team’s first World Series victory. (The Astros were swept by the Chicago White Sox 4-0 in their only other World Series appearance.) It appears history will be made with the first pitch scheduled for 7:09 CT. According to meteorologist Evan Duffey of Accuweather, Santa Ana winds are creating record heat in LA. “We’re expecting the high today in downtown Los Angeles to be 103-degrees,” he says. “For the game itself, the temperature should be right around 99-degrees.”If the prediction holds true, Game One of the 2017 World Series would set the record for highest game-time temperature. The hottest game temperature currently on record is for Game One of the 2001 World Series between the New York Yankees and Arizona Diamondbacks in Phoenix, AZ.Typical high temps for this time of year in Los Angeles are in the upper 70’s.last_img read more

Texas Parks Department Concerned about Border Wall Plan

first_imgVince Smith/FlickrA view of Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park in South Texas.The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department says it’s concerned about the Trump Administration’s plans for a border wall through a South Texas state park.The Department of Homeland Security says it will waive a variety of environmental laws in order to speed up construction of about 17 miles worth of border barriers and roads in Hidalgo County. This comes a day after the department announced similar waivers for the building of border gates in Cameron County. The government says about 14 miles of the Hidalgo County project will be segments of wall intended to close gaps in the area’s existing border barriers.About 8 miles of wall will cut through the Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park, a local bird-watching destination.In a statement, a parks and wildlife spokesperson said the department “continues to express concerns to the federal government” about the plan.“We have expressed these concerns to [Customs and Border Protection], both in person and through public comment opportunities,” said Steve Lightfoot. “We are committed to working with the federal government to find alternative solutions that not only minimize potential impacts, but ones that also help accomplish border security goals while preserving the operational viability of the state park.”As The Texas Tribune has reported, the state has previously warned that a wall would limit access to the park and cause safety issues that could make it hard to keep open.Homeland Security maintains there is an “acute and immediate need” for border walls and roads in the area, which the government describes as “an area of high illegal entry.” Sharelast_img read more

New Candidates Face Challenges Unseating DC Incumbents

first_imgFirst-time candidates for political office in the District of Columbia are learning this election year that campaigning is a tough, time-consuming process, but it does have its rewards.There are a number of first-time candidates for offices ranging from the District’s delegate, to the U.S. Congress, to the ward positions on the D.C. Council. During this year’s election cycle, all of the incumbents in office are running for re-election and that presents challenges for candidates in their inaugural run for office.Sheika Reid (pictured) is the running for office for the first time in a race against D.C. Council member Brianne Nadeau. (Courtesy Photo)“Beyond name recognition, there is the issue of running against an incumbent and having their staff volunteer with them,” said Marcus Goodwin, who is seeking the Democratic nomination in the D.C. Council at-large race.  “That’s a huge thing,” Goodwin told the AFRO.The Democratic primary is June 19 and Goodwin is trying to unseat D.C. Council member Anita Bonds (D-At-Large).Goodwin works as an acquisition associate at the real estate firm Four Points.  He was educated at St. Albans School for Boys on the grounds of the National Cathedral in Northwest, D.C., and University of Pennsylvania and Harvard University.Goodwin has been joined by Jeremiah Lowery, a community organizer, as a first-time candidate. During the Martin Luther King Jr. Parade that took place on Jan. 15, Goodwin noticed that Bonds was not there but had a handful of staffers handing out literature and events unrelated to the campaign.“To me that is blurring the line,” Goodwin said. “It is against the law for council staffers to campaign for their bosses on government time and I recognize that during their off period, they are free to do what they want.”Goodwin said that a number of people who are community and non-profit leaders would be happy to support his candidacy but afraid to do so publicly because of repercussions from the council member.“They are afraid that the council member will be vengeful,” he said. “A number of advisory neighborhood commissioners have said they want change in the at-large position but they aren’t willing to take a chance on me because it would jeopardize their relationship with the council member.”Sheika Reid is a Ward 1 resident who, like Goodwin, is running against an incumbent, Brianne Nadeau (D-Ward 1). Nadeau is also being challenged by first timer Lori Parker.Reid has been holding fundraisers at Ward 1 places like Halfsmoke, a restaurant and bar on 7th Street, and has knocked on thousands of doors in the ward.“When I am out in the ward, I talk to the people about the opportunities residents will have if I am elected,” she said. “I talk to them about affordable housing, the opportunities for growth for small businesses and I tell them I will be their voice on the council.”Reid is a District native and a candidate for a bachelor’s degree in engineering at Howard University. She said that her education at Howard has taught her how to be a problem-solver and “that is what is needed on the council.”Raising money for the campaign is one of the most important jobs for a candidate. In the District, incumbents have a built-in advantage because they have access to the levers of government and can determine who gets government contracts and jobs.“It is very hard to fundraise but we had a good showing [recently],” Goodwin said.The D.C. Office of Campaign Finance’s web site shows that Goodwin has raised $52,206.34, while Lowery had amassed $21,260.75. Bonds had only raised $150 so far according to the web site.In the Ward 1 race, Nadeau had $194,985.80, with Reid at $17,509.78, and Parker with $29, 666.43, according to the D.C. Office of Campaign Finance’s report.Goodwin said he realizes that there is an unofficial rule of politics that is working against him also.“Incumbents are generally considered to be safe in this city,” he said. “The conventional wisdom is that if you’re running for the first time, you’re unlikely to win. Some people are telling me to come to them when I run again.”A veteran political operative who did not want to be named told the AFRO that problems first-time candidates face is name recognition and getting their message to the voters.“To beat an incumbent, first-time candidates have to constantly raise money and knock on doors,” the operative said. “The challenge for first-timers is building a good group of community volunteers and campaign workers. They need to bring smart people around them and to get their message to the voters.“Those challenges can be overcome, though.”Goodwin said he is encouraged by District voters history of ousting incumbents who they feel aren’t performing.“In recent years, we have had two mayors to be defeated because the voters thought they were inadequate,” he said, speaking of Adrian Fenty in 2010 and Vincent Gray in 2014. “Defeating an incumbent as a first-time candidate can be done if people see you as genuine,” Goodwin told the AFRO.last_img read more

Team says Arctic ice shelf broke up before

first_imgImage: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Citation: Team says Arctic ice shelf broke up before (2011, October 25) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-10-team-arctic-ice-shelf-broke.html Now however, new research by a team from Université Laval in Canada, led by Dermot Antoniadesa, have found, after studying sedimentary material on the bottom of the Disraeli Fiord, created by backup from an ice shelf in Northern Canada, that it experienced a major fracture that resulted in an overall reduction of the ice shelf some 1,400 years ago. Which means this isn’t the first time that the shelf ice has melted and broken apart. The team has published the results of its survey in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.Shelf ice is a thick platform of ice that has been pushed out to sea by glacier pressure. As the sea level drops, the ice tends to float even as it’s still connected to the shore. Hence its name, it literally looks like a giant shelf hanging off the land out into the sea. One ice shelf in particular, Ward Hunt, located on Ellesmere Island, lies off the north central coast of Canada and is part of a group of ice shelves that once comprised most of the northwest coast of the Island. Over the past hundred years, the shelf ice in this region has diminished by nearly 90%.Because ice shelves also act as dams, backing up water into fjords, sediments from them build up on the sea floor and in the spaces between the salty seawater and fresh water produced by melting ice. By analyzing these sediments using carbon 14 dating and other techniques, the researchers are able to create a record or timeline of sorts that they can use to look into the past. In this case, the research team found that the ice shelf first appeared approximately 4,000 years ago and hung around for several thousand years. But then about 1,400 years ago, a major fracturing occurred that caused the shelf to shrink. It didn’t fully recover until about 800 years ago. After that, it held steady till the shrinkage that began nearly a hundred years ago and continues to this day.At this point, it doesn’t appear that the shelf ice around Ellesmere Island is any smaller now than it was during the previous period of warming, but because it’s still shrinking, it’s possible it could become, as Antoniadesa writes, an “unprecedented” event. © 2011 PhysOrg.com More information: Holocene dynamics of the Arctic’s largest ice shelf, PNAS, Published online before print October 24, 2011, doi:10.1073/pnas.1106378108AbstractIce shelves in the Arctic lost more than 90% of their total surface area during the 20th century and are continuing to disintegrate rapidly. The significance of these changes, however, is obscured by the poorly constrained ontogeny of Arctic ice shelves. Here we use the sedimentary record behind the largest remaining ice shelf in the Arctic, the Ward Hunt Ice Shelf (Ellesmere Island, Canada), to establish a long-term context in which to evaluate recent ice-shelf deterioration. Multiproxy analysis of sediment cores revealed pronounced biological and geochemical changes in Disraeli Fiord in response to the formation of the Ward Hunt Ice Shelf and its fluctuations through time. Our results show that the ice shelf was absent during the early Holocene and formed 4,000 years ago in response to climate cooling. Paleoecological data then indicate that the Ward Hunt Ice Shelf remained stable for almost three millennia before a major fracturing event that occurred ∼1,400 years ago. After reformation ∼800 years ago, freshwater was a constant feature of Disraeli Fiord until the catastrophic drainage of its epishelf lake in the early 21st century. ‘Webcam’ from Space: Envisat observing Wilkins Ice Shelf (PhysOrg.com) — Arctic shelf ice has been in the news of late due to its shrinkage over the past few decades that most attribute to global warning. Thus, its levels and seemingly constant calving have become ecological barometers that environmentalists have come to use to show just how fast our planet is heating up. Explore further This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more

TMC members protest against disinvestment in Rajya Sabha

first_imgNew Delhi: Trinamool Congress members in Rajya Sabha on Monday sought to disrupt proceedings of the House by entering the well and raising slogans to protest disinvestment of public sector companies. Some TMC members, including Derek O’Brien and Sukhendu Sekhar Roy, were also on their feet and repeatedly asked the Chair to permit them to raise the issue of disinvestment of state-run firms during the Zero Hour. Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu did not allow them to raise the issue, saying members should not resort to such measures to raise issues and that he would not succumb to pressures. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata Naidu, however told TMC members he would allow them to raise the matter only if there is time left. TMC members continued to raise slogans but the Chair said nothing of that sort would go on record. Some members of the ruling BJP too were seen responding to the sloganeering of TMC members. Just before the House adjourned for lunch, Naidu cautioned members not to enter the Well and use such measures to press for their demands. The last session of the Rajya Sabha, held before the general elections, had witnessed several adjournments due to protests by opposition parties. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in state However, the current Budget session has not witnessed any major protest by opposition parties. Members raise important issues of public interest during the Zero Hour after the Chair permits them to do so. Earlier, the issue of rejection of two bills by the President of India, which were sent to his office in 2017 by the Tamil Nadu government, to exclude the state from the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) was raised. Arch rivals in Tamil Nadu — AIADMK and DMK — lodged their protest against the rejection of the bills. A Navaneethakrishnan (AIADMK) and Tiruchi Siva (DMK) lodged protests on behalf of their parties. DMK members also staged a walkout. In his Zero Hour mention, Rewati Raman Singh (SP) highlighted the situation in the country due to deficient rainfall. He said 18 states have been hit by deficient rains and it would badly affect paddy sowing.last_img read more

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first_img News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 07, 2019 Contrast Use in First Transthoracic Echocardiogram for Heart Failure Reduces Repeat Testing Heart failure is the fourth most common cause for all admission to U.S. hospitals, and it is the most common reason for… read more Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: Assessing Cardiovascular Risk in Ultra-endurance Athletes Nate Bachman, graduate read more 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 Video Player is loading.ITN Assessing Cardiovascular Risk in Ultra-endurance AthletesPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 11:59Loaded: 1.36%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -11:59 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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News | May 06, 2009 University of Utah Health Care Opens First Integrated EP MRI Lab in North America News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | August 01, 2019 | Jeff Zagoudis, Associate Editor FDA Issues Draft Guidance on Medical Device Safety in MRI Environment The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a new draft guidance titled Testing and Labeling Medical Devices for… read more Technology | Neuro Imaging | August 07, 2019 Synaptive Medical Launches Modus Plan With Automated Tractography Segmentation Synaptive Medical announced the U.S. launch and availability of Modus Plan featuring BrightMatter AutoSeg. This release… 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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News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more May 6, 2009 – University of Utah Health Care this week celebrated the opening of the first integrated electrophysiology (EP) MRI laboratory in North America. Located on the fourth floor of University Hospital, the lab will accelerate the work of university physicians and researchers in diagnosing and treating atrial fibrillation (AF), a heart rhythm disorder affecting more than 3.5 million Americans and causing more than 66,000 deaths each year. University Health Care administrators, physicians, and staff joined with AF patients, donors, and Siemens executives for a ribbon-cutting ceremony and tours of the lab on Monday.The new lab is a multi-disciplinary partnership between University Hospital, the university’s division of cardiology, department of radiology, Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, and the Utah Center for Advanced Imaging Research (UCAIR). It features an 18,000-pound MAGNETOM 3T Verio from Siemens, which offers some of the most advanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) services clinically available, the hospital said. Officials said MRI’s 3D imaging provides greater resolution of the heart tissue than the 2D images typically used, giving physicians a more precise and powerful tool for diagnosis and treatment.Nassir Marrouche, M.D., electrophysiologist and director of the university’s atrial fibrillation program, and his colleagues have conducted the most extensive studies to date on the use of novel MRI techniques for treating AF, an irregular heartbeat that interferes with the electrical signals of the heart. Left untreated, AF can lead to stroke or heart attack. A common and effective AF treatment method is radiofrequency ablation, which targets damaged heart cells and destroys them.“We are refining image-based heart ablation procedures using MRI, which our research shows has the potential to improve the accuracy of the ablation, prevent complications, and decrease the number of repeat procedures,” said Marrouche. “These advances mean better outcomes for our patients.”Initially, physicians will use the MRI equipment to diagnose appropriate candidates for cardiac ablation. They eventually will use the magnet for performing cardiac ablations using real-time MRI imaging.The new lab also includes an Artis zeego angiography system, which is used for interventional imaging of the blood vessels and arteries and includes industrial robotic technology. According to E. A. “Steve” Stevens, M.D., professor and chair of the department of radiology, “We are combining two unique imaging technologies to increase the safety of ablative therapy and improve treatment outcomes. Our research shows that this technology integration will enable us to determine which patients with atrial fibrillation would be more likely to respond to ablative therapy and those for whom conservative therapy would be a better alternative.”For more information: healthcare.utah.edu, medicine.utah.edu/internalmedicine/cardiology FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | August 06, 2019 Canon Medical Introduces Encore Orian MR Upgrade Program Canon Medical Systems USA Inc. is helping to provide low-cost patient care solutions for its customers with the launch… read more Related Contentlast_img read more

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