New Alberta premier says inquiry not needed on murdered missing Indigenous women

first_img(Alberta Premier Jim Prentice during his campaign to lead the Alberta Progressive Conservative party. Jim Prentice Facebook page/ Victor B. Tucker)APTN National NewsNewly-minted Alberta Premier Jim Prentice says he doesn’t see the need for a public inquiry into the persistently high number of murdered and missing Indigenous women.In his first press conference as premier, Prentice said he has been concerned about the issue since the time he was Aboriginal Affairs minister in the Harper government. Prentice, who also handles the Aboriginal affairs portfolio, said it was time to implement solutions.“I am not convinced an inquiry is what we need to do,” said Prentice. “We have enough information about the problems we are experience, the problems of poverty women are facing…I prefer we get on with solutions rather than studies at this point.”Prentice’s position on the issue breaks ranks with the majority of premiers across the country who have called for an inquiry into the level of violence faced by Indigenous women and girls.According to the RCMP, 1,186 Indigenous women have been murdered or gone missing since 1980.Prime Minister Stephen Harper has said the high number of missing and murdered Indigenous women is not a sociological issue.In response to the outcry for a public inquiry from families, however, the Harper government tabled its plan to combat the violence on Monday. The plan, however, repackaged previous announcements around the creation of a DNA-based missing persons index, funding for the RMCP’s national centre for missing persons, the funding for shelters and of on-reserve anti-violence program.The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) issued a statement Tuesday saying the plan fell far short of what was necessary to end the violence. The FSIN said First Nations only get an average of about $21,000 per year from Ottawa to run their family violence prevention programs.“I have met with affected families and sat with them in court as they relieved horrific details and questions ‘why?’ It is for them that we seek answers,” said Vice-Chief Kimberly Jonathan, in the statement.Liberal Aboriginal affairs critic Carolyn Bennett called Ottawa’s plan a whitewash.“This type of political smoke and mirrors is why a national action plan must be rooted in a non-partisan national investigation into why this problem has persisted for decades and why successive governments have been unable to fix it,” said Bennett, in a read more

TVA announces solar installations being built for Facebook

first_imgNASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee and Alabama will get their largest solar power projects yet, to supply a Facebook data centre with 100 per cent renewable energy.Officials with the Tennessee Valley Authority announced an agreement with two developers to build the electricity providers.John Bradley, TVA’s senior vice-president of Economic Development, said Friday that First Solar in Colbert County, Alabama and NextEra Energy Resources in Lincoln County, Tennessee, will produce 377 megawatts between them to supply Facebook’s data centre in Huntsville, Alabama.Doug Perry, TVA vice-president of Commercial Energy Solutions, says the federal utility plans on investing $8 billion in renewable energy over the next 20 years.last_img read more

Tangier Holds The First Moroccan Open Debate Tournament

Rabat – The Moroccan National Debate Team (MNDT) organized the first high school international debate tournament in Morocco on December 27th to 31st in Tangier with teams and judges from France, Croatia, South Africa, Spain, Canada and Morocco.MNDT was the first North African team to participate in the World School Debating Championship (WSDC) held last August in Thailand. This event was a chance for the national team to prepare for the 2015 WSDC in Singapore.The teams battled it out for four days in debates and individual impromptu speaking with topics ranging from the removal of the UN Security Council Veto to western culture being imposed on developing countries by globalization. The event also hosted a culture expo where teams shared aspects of their cultural heritage. By the last day of the competition, the American Language Center High School Debate Team made it to the finals after eliminating Team France in the semi-finals. They faced the MNDT for the Grand Finals at the Tangier-American Legation Institute for Moroccan Studies (TALIM) building in a hard-fought debate.The adjudicators came to a final decision and the national team won by a split decision of 2 to 1. Mara Krnic from Team Croatia won the individual impromptu speaking contest.“This tournament was an extraordinary experience. I had the chance to meet truly amazing people,” Mara told MWN. She adds: “the event was well organized and introduced me to a completely new culture.”Zakaria el Jabri from the MNDT won the Best Debater of the event. “It was truly a breath taking experience. The first edition was a complete success and I am sure that it will become one of the world’s prestigious tournaments in the near future,” he said.The Moroccan Open Debate Tournament (MODT) was the first of many editions to come. The organizers hope to be able to attract more teams from the region for the next edition. But for now, there are not too many international events for Moroccan high school students in Morocco.“The MODT represents the history of Morocco in the making. It embodied cultural exchange on an international scale with a brilliant exhibition of talent and intellectual dynamism that is rarely witnessed from the Youth of Morocco. This tournament definitely predicts a bright future where Debate is going to allow the future generations of Morocco to excel beyond our greatest expectations,” said Pearl Sahibdeen, MNDT Assistant Coach and a teacher at the ALC in Tangier.For most, these events are only available abroad and the MODT is a great chance for the Moroccan debaters to compete against international teams and meet stimulating and inspirational people from all over the world. read more

President committed to eliminate poverty

The President pointed out that the most significant challenge in today’s peaceful country is the poverty and he further said that the aim of the new government is to create an environment where the people will be able to live freely with a great sense of happiness. Resolving land issues in the country can play a pivotal role in eradicating poverty in the country, the President said, adding that he will introduce a new land policy to ensure the land rights of the people. The President also declared open Pasgoda Divisional Secretariat building. He also made an observation in Vocational Training Authority in Pasgoda and looked into the educational activities of the students there. (Colombo Gazette) The delivering of the land deeds which is under the national program to hand over 25000 Ranbima land deeds island-wide was held in Pasgoda Divisional Secretariat. Accordingly, ¼ of every family unit in Pasgoda Divisional Secretariat received land deeds.President Sirisena symbolically handed over the deeds to the recipients.Minister of Lands M. K. D. S. Gunawardena, Minister of Local Government and Provincial Councils Faizer Mustafa, State Finance Minister Lakshman Yapa Abeywardena, State Minister of Lands T. B. Ekanayake, Chief Minister of Southern Province Shan Wijayalal de Silva, Province Minister Chandima Rasaputhra and Secretary to the Ministry of Lands I. K. H. Mahanama participated in this event. President Maithripala Sirisena said that he will fulfill the obligation of eliminating poverty from the country under his regime as previous leaders of the country fulfilled their significant responsibilities towards the country and the nation during their respective regimes.He made these observations today (30) participating in a ceremony held in Urubokka, Matara to distribute 4000 Ranbima land deeds to the people in the Pasgoda Divisional Secretariat. The President recalled that the tension between the rich and the poor began centering in land rights and said that he believes that the new land policy will provide solutions for the issues related to the land demands with increasing population and for the challenges we faced in the local food production system.The President further stated that the new government is committed to alleviate poverty, strengthen free education and free health and continue the government institutions without corruption and fraud. read more

Taiwans CIB to send team to Sri Lanka to probe bank hacking

“We are looking at some US$1.3 million that had come into three accounts in Sri Lanka,” an unnamed Sri Lankan official involved with the investigation was quoted as saying in an AFP report. “We have taken two people into custody, and we are looking for one more person.”On Saturday, Far Eastern Bank said it had recovered most of the stolen money and that its losses would amount to no more than US$500,000. The bank said it noticed some irregularities in its computerized transaction system on Tuesday and then discovered that some of its computers and servers had been infected with malware.The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication’s (SWIFT) network was also compromised, which allowed the hackers to wire money to international destinations such as Sri Lanka, Cambodia and the United States, Far Eastern Bank said.The bank said that on Thursday it reported the matter to Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) and the CIB, which in turn informed the International Criminal Police Organization and asked for assistance. The FSC said that it was an isolated case in Taiwan and advised that Far Eastern Bank, not its customers, should absorb the losses, the bank said. Two suspects were arrested last week in Sri Lanka when they tried to withdraw the money, and police there were look for a third person, according to the news reports. According to local and regional news reports, Far Eastern International Bank was hacked by means of a computer virus and some US$60 million was wired to the accounts of the suspects at a Sri Lanka bank in the capital Colombo. Taiwan’s Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) said Monday that it was preparing to send investigators to Sri Lanka to seek further details on the reported arrest there of two suspects accused of helping hackers stealing millions of US dollars from a Taiwanese bank, Focus Taiwan reported.However, due to the fact that Taiwan has no diplomatic ties with Sri Lanka or any Government representatives stationed there, the CIB says it would take some time to get everything in order for the investigators to go there. Over the weekend, after Premier Lai Ching-te was informed about the case, he asked the relevant agencies to review Taiwan’s information security and to close any loopholes, according to Cabinet spokesman Hsu Kuo-yung. (Colombo Gazette) read more

Maldivian Coast Guard vessel arrives in Sri Lanka

The ship is expected to depart the Colombo harbour on the 09th of this month after its 3 day official tour of Sri Lanka. (Colombo Gazette) Maldivian Coast Guard ship “Huravee” arrived at the port of Colombo on a goodwill visit today (7th July). The ship was warmly welcomed by the Sri Lanka Navy in accordance with naval traditions, on her arrival.Subsequently, the Commanding Officer of the visiting ship Major Mohomed Jamshad and the Defence Attaché of the Embassy of Maldives in Sri Lanka, Colonel Ahamed Ghiyas called on the Commander Western Naval Area, Rear Admiral Nishantha Ulugetenne at the Western Naval Command Headquarters and held cordial discussions. Mementoes were also exchanged to mark this occasion. read more

Worlds cities must embrace inclusiveness or face poverty and conflict Annan

“Otherwise, they will remain reservoirs of poverty and potential flashpoints of conflict – and ultimately, barriers to advancing the human condition,” he told the UN World Urban Forum in Barcelona, Spain, in a message delivered by Mervat Tallawy, Executive Director of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA).”A globalizing world of movement and migration brings with it fears and tensions, which governments and local authorities can overcome only with sensitivity and skill,” Mr. Annan said.”Only by bringing all communities and all citizens, new and old, into the development process and into the halls of urban governance as full partners, will we stand a chance of achieving sustainable development and the Millennium Development Goals.”These goals set by the UN Millennium Summit of 2000 seek to halve extreme poverty and hunger, reduce infant and maternal mortality and achieve other social goals, all by 2015.”I urge you to intensify your diplomatic efforts by working with your fellow citizens and local authorities across the world, and within your borders, too, by fostering cooperation among your often disparate communities,” Mr. Annan declared.Some 3,000 delegates are attending this second gathering of the UN Human Settlements Programme’s (UN-HABITAT) World Urban Forum, a ground-breaking global initiative held every two years to address the main challenge of the new Millennium – the planet’s transition to an urban world. The theme of this year’s forum is “Cities: Crossroads of cultures, inclusiveness and integration?”UN-HABITAT is the UN agency for human settlements. It is mandated by the UN General Assembly to promote socially and environmentally sustainable towns and cities with the goal of providing adequate shelter for all. read more

The Seahawks Dont Stand A Chance Unless Russell Wilson Can Keep Up

The most anticipated matchup of the divisional round of the NFL playoffs might be the Atlanta Falcons’ No. 1 scoring offense against the Seattle Seahawks’ No. 3 scoring defense. But the game between the two teams may be decided when the ball is in Russell Wilson’s hand.When the two met in Week 6, the Seahawks edged the Falcons in Seattle, 26-24. But both teams have played a lot of football since then, and though Wilson has already led the Seahawks to eight playoff wins in his young career, he might not have enough talent around him to go into the Georgia Dome on Saturday and end the Falcons’ season.The most obvious change to either team has been the Seahawks’ loss of safety Earl Thomas; his five-year Pro Bowl streak ended when he missed five of the Seahawks’ last six regular-season games with injuries. With him patrolling the backfield, the Seahawks allowed just 16.4 points per game. In the Seahawks’ five regular-season games without him, opponents averaged 22.4 points, including 34 points in a home capitulation to the already-eliminated Arizona Cardinals.But as much as the Seahawks have missed Thomas, it is their offense that has struggled with explosiveness and consistency all season. The 26-6 final score of last week’s wild card game against the Detroit Lions might make it look as though the Seahawks are back to business as usual. But going into the fourth quarter the score was just 10-6.While the Seahawks’ offensive line earned praise for its dominant run-blocking performance against Detroit, it also allowed slumping Lions pass-rusher Ezekiel Ansah to register two sacks, as many as he tallied throughout the regular season. The Seahawks will have a much tougher task on Saturday when they face the Falcons’ Vic Beasley, who had 15.5 sacks in the regular season.Tailback Thomas Rawls set a franchise playoff rushing record against the Lions, but going into the rematch with the Falcons there’s little depth behind him. Christine Michael, the Seahawks’ top rusher in the first Atlanta game, now plays for the Green Bay Packers. Head coach Pete Carroll told reporters that C.J. Procise, who has been out since Week 11 with a shoulder injury, will be a game-time decision; fifth-round rookie Alex Collins would be the only option behind Rawls if Procise can’t go.Between Michael, tailback C.J. Spiller and receiver/returner Tyler Lockett, 43 percent of the Seahawks’ 333 total yards in Week 6 were produced by players no longer on the Seahawks active roster, and the Falcons still outgained them 362-333 in that game. Wilson targeted wideouts on just 43.2 percent of his attempts; according to Pro Football Reference’s charting, he attempted only two passes deeper than 14 yards all day. He threw no touchdowns.The lack of deep passing that day was partly by design, to keep opposing pass-rushers off the banged-up Wilson.“We’ve been careful in how we would expose Russ,” head coach Pete Carroll later told the team’s official site. “He was begging us to do more and all that, but we were trying to do the right thing by him, and he was doing phenomenal things just to play for the last two months.” But Wilson’s adjusted yards-per-attempt didn’t increase meaningfully after that interview.Though three rushing touchdowns got Seattle the points they needed to win in Week 6, they might not have happened if the Falcons hadn’t set them up: Ryan’s sack-fumble on his own nine-yard line led to the game’s first score; his interception near midfield set up the last one.Even then, it almost wasn’t enough. The Seahawks’ final go-ahead field goal still left Ryan and company with a 1:57 to drive for a game-winning score; a controversial fourth-down no-call sent them packing:Since that play, however, the Falcons spent the season improving — and proving themselves the better team.In Football Outsiders’ Weighted DVOA, which prioritizes recent performance, the Falcons are the No. 4-ranked overall team at 19.8 percent; the Seahawks are ranked 14th at 4.7 percent. While the Seahawks’ offense ranked 17th in both season-long (-2.7 percent) and weighted (-2.1 percent) DVOA, the Falcons’ defense rises from 27th (8.1 percent) to 22nd (5.6 percent) when recent games are more heavily weighted.Now Wilson will have go on the road and score more points against the improved Falcons than Ryan can score against the Seahawks’ struggling defense.Check out our latest NFL playoff predictions. read more

EPA moves to slash mercury from gold production and cut emissions by

first_imgThe US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing to cut emissions from gold ore processing and production facilities, the sixth largest source of mercury air emissions in the country. EPA’s proposal would reduce annual mercury emissions to about 1,390 lb/y – a 73% reduction from 2007 levels. This action will build on reductions from Nevada’s successful program for controlling mercury emissions from precious metal mining.This is one of several steps EPA is taking to reduce mercury, which can damage children’s developing brains and nervous systems, even before they are born.“Taking mercury out of the air makes our communities safer for everyone,” said Gina McCarthy Assistant Administrator for EPA’s Office of Air and Radiation. “Our proposal will further progress that has already been made to limit mercury emissions from this industry.”There are about 20 facilities in the US that extract gold from ore that would be subject to the proposed rule. Some facilities in Nevada already are making significant progress toward the proposed reductions under that state’s program.Mercury emitted to the air eventually settles in water, where it can change into methylmercury, which builds up in ocean and freshwater fish and can be highly toxic to humans who eat the fish- sometimes leading to fish consumption advisories to protect public health.EPA will take public comment on the proposed rule for 30 days after it is published in the Federal Register.More information: read more

7 unique treats we should export this Paddys Day season HylandWhat’s not to love about Wilton’s Macaroon bar, consisting of toasted coconut covered in milk chocolate?A subtle taste, one for the most refined palate, we can see this being stocked in upmarket food halls around Europe.Milky Mintsritchiesmints.ieWhat do you do when you want minty freshness, but you also want to chew? Why, grab a Ritchie’s Milky Mint of course!But what if you’re not in Ireland? WELL YOU’RE SCREWED. Unless of course we get these bad boys out into the world this St. Patrick’s season.King CrispsSusan Daly/TheJournal.ieTayto has gained a bit of a reputation for themselves internationally as the Irish crisp of choice, but what about King?A significant portion of the population would argue that they are the superior crisp, especially when it comes to crisp sandwiches. Maybe it’s time King had it’s moment in the International sun?Mikadofacebook/Jacobs-Kimberley-Mikado-Coconut-Creams-BiscuitsA unique treat, the Kimberly Mikado could add an element of exoticism to our group of exports.We’re sure biscuit connoisseurs from around the world would marvel at the pink puffy marshmallow covered in coconut resting on a delicious biscuit base.Officially known simply as a Mikado, the biscuit is often called a “Kimberly Mikado” as a result of this ad:YouTube/JacobsLoveBiscuitsPerhaps we could roll out the infectious ad campaign internationally? At least we kind of know what they’re on about, which is more than we can say for this one which was released last year.YouTube/JacobsLoveBiscuits11 Irish delicacies we cannot live without>9 basic foods essential to any Irish Christmas> KEOGH’S SHAMROCK FLAVOURED crisps hit the shelves in 700 Tesco stores in the UK last week, just in time for St. Patricks Day.We reckon they’re on to something. With Paddy’s Day celebrations growing in number and size around the world, surely there are other Irish treasures we can send out into the food buying universe?So what other unique Irish treats should we export for the season? Let’s start with the fizzy drinks…Football to the hills of Donegal, McDaids “mixed flavour” soft drink was originally created to celebrate the success or Swilly rovers, the local football team. The drink itself was created to “fill the cup” with an exciting, non-alcoholic drink.It’s no wonder that the taste is difficult to describe, as there are seven different mystery flavours incorporated into the special liquid.We reckon Football Special’s unique taste and endearing back story will make it a hit with thirsty people around the world.TK Red LemonadeBritvic.ieA kids party favourite, this red-flavoured drink is traditionally served alongside a packet of Tayto crisps.We’re sure kids would go wild for this no matter their nationality.Rock FreemanIt’s hard to believe but we are the only country in the wold where you can find this delight. While some other countries make their own mixes which they call rock shandy (an orange/cola blend in Germany, for example…blech), no one has the delicious blend of orange and lemon fizz that we call our own.We can’t help but think they’d go mad for it internationally.Macaroon Barslast_img read more

Family of four left badly shaken after three men armed with shovels

first_img File photo. Image: Niall Carson/PA Images By Sean Murray Short URL 8,230 Views Sat 2:04 PM It is believed the men may have made off in a black Peugeot. Police have asked for anyone who may have witnessed any suspicious activity in the area to come forward. Saturday 14 Sep 2019, 2:04 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Image: Niall Carson/PA Images File photo. DETECTIVES IN THE North have issued an appeal for information after a burglary at a house in the St Vincent Street area of north Belfast in the early hours this morning. Just before 2.50am, three men gained entry to a property.Armed with shovels, they began to rummage through the house. No one at the house was injured, and the burglars left empty handed.Detective constable Watts said: “However, this was a terrifying ordeal for the two adults and two children who were in the house at the time and who have been left badly shaken. Share1 Tweet Email 3 Comments Family of four left badly shaken after three men armed with shovels break into home in Belfast Police said it was a “terrifying ordeal” for the family. last_img read more

Olympic stadium becomes prayer space for muslims

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Athens’s Muslim population will be able to celebrate the Islamic holy month of Ramadan – which starts on August 1 and ends on August 30 – on the grounds of the Olympic Stadium of Athens (OAKA) and the Peace and Friendship Stadium (SEF) in the southern suburb of Neo Faliro, the Education and Religion Ministry has said. The decision to offer the venues to Muslim worshippers followed a meeting of four general secretaries and was made “in the context of respect for religious freedom and human rights,” the ministry said. The initiative is aimed at averting the chances of large crowds of Muslims gathering in city squares, which occurred last year and fueled ethnic tensions, sources said. Muslim Union of Greece head Naim El-Ghandour welcomed the move, saying worshippers had been renting OAKA’s grounds to celebrate Ramadan since 2004, except last year when the cash was spent on helping destitute Muslims. Groups which would like to make use of these centers should send their applications to SEF and OAKA by August 17. Source: Kathimerinilast_img read more

Le salage des routes a un impact considérable sur lenvironnement

first_imgLe salage des routes a un impact considérable sur l’environnementDepuis le début de l’hiver, deux millions de tonnes de sel ont été déversées sur les routes de France. Une technique efficace contre le verglas et la neige, mais nocive pour l’environnement, alertent les écologistes qui appellent à une utilisation raisonnée de cette méthode. Avec 1,9 million de tonnes de sel déversées sur les routes françaises depuis le mois de novembre, l’hiver 2010-2011 a battu un record, et la saison est encore loin de s’achever. Le sel est le principal fondant utilisé en Europe pour rendre les routes accessibles par temps de gel et de neige. Mais il a “un impact considérable” sur l’environnement, rappelle la fédération France Nature Environnement (FNE), qui regroupe près de 3.000 associations écologistes.À lire aussiVague de froid : 10 astuces pour lutter efficacement contre la baisse des températuresLe sel brûle en effet le feuillage des végétaux, peut provoquer un dessèchement des racines, mais aussi affecter les cours d’eau et modifier les propriétés des sols, et notamment leur perméabilité, souligne Demba Diedhiou, chargé de projets Transports chez FNE. Pour limiter cet impact, Jean-Stéphane Devisse, du WWF, plaide en faveur d'”un usage plus ciblé et plus circonstancié du salage”. Toutefois, il tempère : “Il ne faut pas dramatiser le problème et jouer les irréductibles, tout simplement parce qu’au bout, il y a des questions de sécurité publique”.Certains pays ont déjà décidé d’encadrer le recours du salage, pour éviter qu’il ne soit systématique. L’Autriche l’a ainsi interdit sur de nombreuses routes, tandis que la Finlande impose un quota de sel aux opérateurs, ceux-ci se voyant verser une prime s’ils en utilisent moins que prévu. Au Japon, le sel est parfois remplacé par des techniques permettant de réchauffer la route et ainsi faire fondre la neige par géothermie. De l’électricité d’origine éolienne est également utilisée pour limiter le salage.Aujourd’hui, FNE réclame la mise en place en France d’une “réglementation permettant la hiérarchie des usages et solutions à mettre en oeuvre en cas d’épisode neigeux ou de gel persistant”. La fédération préconise notamment l’utilisation du sable, mais comme le souligne Mario Marchetti, du laboratoire des Ponts et Chaussées de Nancy, cette solution ne semble pas réellement en être une. “Son extraction, son poids, son coût posent problème. On peut s’interroger sur le bilan carbone du sable”, souligne-t-il.Le 7 janvier 2011 à 17:25 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

822 WWE Smackdown Live Ratings Viewers up following SummerSlam

first_img Now Playing Up Next WhatsApp Videos Articles Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WALTER and Kassius Ohno set to compete at EVOLVE 135 and 136 Live Events The WWE Smackdown Live Ratings are in for August 22, 2017.This week’s episode from Toronto drew 2.69 million viewers on Tuesday night on the USA Network according to a report by is up from last week’s show that drew 2.53 million viewers. Once again, WWE came in at No. 1 for the night on cable on Tuesday in the key 18-49 demographic.WWE Smackdown Live Ratings and DemographicsSmackdown, headlined by AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens for the WWE United States Championship with Baron Corbin as the special guest referee, averaged a 0.87 rating among adults 18-49 on Tuesday night. This is down from last week’s 0.94 rating.Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipJohn Oliver Takes On The WWEVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:34/Current Time 0:03Loaded: 100.00%0:03Remaining Time -0:31 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Twitter Jamal Khashoggi Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles WWE Confirms The Shield And Ronda Rousey At Super Show-Down WWE Smackdown Ratings: Viewership stays over 2 million, WWE stays No. 1 on Tuesday Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud Now Playing Up Nextcenter_img John Oliver Google+ Pinterest Bully Ray Calls Out Ring Of Honor Fan On Twitter Now Playing Up Next Facebook WWE Still Moving Forward With Crown Jewel Event In Saudi Arabia John Oliver Takes On The WWE Seth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate Occasions Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next WWE RAW Ratings: Viewership sees a 15% drop against the return of Monday Night Footballlast_img read more

Buzz Aldrin calls for a migration to Mars

first_img Another Mars rover bites the dust, but NASA’s not finished… 2 Now playing: Watch this: Buzz Aldrin wants us to go to Mars. Emma McIntyre/Getty For Buzz Aldrin, the moon is no longer enough. Aldrin, who, along with Neil Armstrong, walked on the moon during the landmark Apollo 11 mission 50 years ago, penned an op-ed in the Washington Post Wednesday, calling on Congress and President Donald Trump to get behind a serious effort to create a permanent human presence on Mars. “Human nature — and potentially the ultimate survival of our species — demands humanity’s continued outward reach into the universe,” Aldrin wrote.He’s not talking about “clever robots” or rovers, either. Aldrin said that as much as he appreciates NASA’s work on unmanned missions, it’s time Mars is explored by “by living, breathing, walking, talking, caring and daring men and women.”Plans for sending humans to Mars are on the drawing board at NASA and in the mind of entrepreneur Elon Musk. Although details are sketchy for now, NASA and the Trump administration have penciled in 2033 for when astronauts might make the first footprints on the red planet. Meanwhile, Musk sees a Mars base happening perhaps by 2028, and he has a vision for how a Mars colony could take shape.Aldrin thinks we need to establish permanent settlements on Mars, and fairly soon.”All of this is within reach for humans alive now, but it starts with a unified next step in space,” he wrote. Share your voice Tags Comments 6:31 Sci-Techlast_img read more

Chandrayaan2 Watch a replay of India launching mission to moons south pole

first_img 35 Photos #ScienceGoalsAll three of ISRO’s robotic explorers have different lifespans and will be looking to achieve key science goals in their limited time exploring the moon. Chief among these goals is the ability to understand the composition of the moon, allowing for a deeper understanding of its origin and its evolution.There are 12 payloads on board, with five on both the orbiter and lander and two on the rover. The lander will only operate for a single lunar day (two weeks on Earth). NASA is also hitching a ride on the lunar lander with a laser retroreflector, a device that can help measure the distance between the Earth and Moon.The orbiter will operate for a year in a circular orbit around the poles and carries radar and spectrometers that will enable study of the moon’s surface and exosphere. Predominantly, these instruments should enable a greater understanding of the moon’s water ice deposits. A mapping camera will also provide a 3D map of the terrain.The Pragyan rover, powered by the sun and AI, will cross the lunar surface at the blistering pace of 1 centimeter per second carrying instruments that can assess the molecules present on the moon. Share your voice Comments The GSLV-MkIII launches from Sriharikota in 2017. For the Chandrayaan-2 mission, it will launch a suite of robots to the moon’s south pole. Arun Sanker/AFP/Getty Images India’s exploration mission to the moon shot off to a successful start early Monday. The Chandrayaan-2 mission, aiming to put robots at the lunar south pole for the first time, suffered several delays leading up to lift-off, but finally went off without a hitch. It was originally scheduled for July 14 but the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) postponed the departure less than an hour before launch due to a “technical snag.” The landmark mission departed from India’s Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, north of Chennai, at 2:43 a.m. PT (5:43 a.m. ET), Monday July 22. Unlike the Apollo 11 mission, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this week, India’s mission doesn’t involve human astronauts. Rather, Chandrayaan-2 is carrying three lunar exploration robots that will be able to survey the moon from both the surface and the sky.The payload of Chandrayaan-2 consists of a lunar orbiter, a lunar lander and a lunar rover and will be launched atop the ISRO-developed GSLV Mk-III rocket. That rocket is about half as powerful as the SpaceX Falcon 9 and will put Chandrayaan-2 into what’s known as an “Earth parking orbit” before the module uses its own power to extend that orbit and eventually position itself for a lunar rendezvous.How to watch the Chandrayaan-2 launchDon’t worry if you didn’t manage to tune in to watch the historic launch live — replays are available. ISRO handled livestreaming duties across its social media pages, which means you can relive the event at the ISRO Twitter or check out the agency’s Facebook page. The agency’s YouTube channel also covered the event. Indian public broadcaster Doordarshan broadcast the launch live and you can watch that stream below (lift-off happens around 38 minutes in): Tags Why is this mission called Chandrayaan-2?This is the sequel to Chandrayaan-1, an ISRO mission that launched 11 years ago featuring only a lunar orbiter. That orbiter reached the moon on Nov. 8, 2008, and then fired an impacter that struck the south pole. The material ejected from below the surface allowed ISRO to detect lunar water ice — a valuable resource that could enable future exploration. Chandrayaan-2 will look to build on this monumental discovery from the ground.When will Chandrayaan-2 reach the moon?Provided Chandrayaan-2 launches on time, it’s expected to reach the moon on Sept. 6, 2019. If it can achieve the difficult feat of landing on the surface, India will become just the fourth nation to complete a soft landing in history, following the US, Russia and China, which has the Chang’e 4 rover operating on the far side of the moon.The lander and rover are headed for the lunar south pole, exploring a scientifically important region that has been shown to contain water ice. The lunar lander, known as Vikram, and a rover, known as Pragyan, will set up shop in the south, unlike any previous mission to the moon. The proposed landing spot is between two craters, Manzinus C and Simpelius N.A video of all the moon landing sites — and Chandrayaan-2’s proposed finishing spot — is below:center_img Apollo 11 moon landing: Neil Armstrong’s defining moment Published July 10Update, July 14: ISRO announce launch called offUpdate, July 18: ISRO announce new launch dateUpdate, July 22: ISRO livestreaming details for second attemptUpdate, July 22: Added details of successful lift-off Sci-Tech 2 Spacelast_img read more

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first_img Hands-On: Monster Energy Supercross is More Exciting Than Soft DrinksCosplay Gallery: New York Comic Con 2017, Part 2 Stay on target Shadow Moon went through a lot in American Gods, both the book and the Starz TV series. Since he played such a serious, emotional role, it was a fantastic surprise to see Ricky Whittle having so much giddy fun on stage at the American Gods New York Comic Con panel. He was joined by Pablo Schreiber (Mad Sweeney) and Yetide Badaki (Bilquis) who have clearly gotten used to Whittle’s one-man show by now. Throughout the panel, they looked on with resigned amusement as Whittle bounced in his chair, picked a fight with an Arsenal fan in the audience (he supports Manchester United), and jumped off stage to hug a fan just so he could slide back onto it John Cena-style. All these things happened during the panel, which at times was almost as surreal as the actual show. I only now remember that at the very beginning, Whittle mentioned that he’d been subsisting only on candy all day. Suddenly, everything made sense.Badaki’s drug of choice is Red Bull, which the panel described as “candy a can,” which everyone agreed was a pretty great slogan. She’s also clearly the biggest Neil Gaiman fan in the room. She told a story about the first time she met him on the set. Completely unable to speak, she politely said hello and walked away. It’s always cool to hear that even TV stars get starstruck when they meet their heroes. Even when she first found out she got the audition, the combination of Neil Gaiman, Bryan Fuller and Michael Green had her excited. When she went in, she said, she had to tell herself, “Keep it together, Yetide.”You can’t talk about American Gods without talking about immigration. It’s the foundation of the entire story. Schreiber says he appreciates the fact that the show doesn’t shy away issues of immigration, especially since it became such a huge topic in between the time they shot the season and the time it aired. Whittle added that it’s important to keep talking to each other about important issues, and he says American Gods is keeping the conversation going. “We’re keeping stuff in conversation that needs to be happening. We’re talking about immigration, we’re talking about racism, sexism, homophobia, we’re talking about gay rights, we’re talking about gun control. All this stuff matters. We have to have these conversations every day, and not having conversations, how about we start making something happen?” As naturally funny as the guy is, Ricky Whittle can get serious and inspirational in an instant.Pablo Schreiber, Yetide Badaki, Ricky WhittleOne really funny thing we learned from the panel was that Schreiber wasn’t the first person cast to play Mad Sweeney. When the show called his agent to set up an audition, the agent told them no. He’d only do it if they offered him the part outright. I guess that’s the kind of pull you get from being on Orange is the New Black. At first, they went with another guy who did an audition. They shot one scene with the guy (the Crocodile Bar scene from episode one), and then they offered Schreiber the part. Poor guy, but from the sounds of things, it led to a much better show.Badaki began telling her story of the audition, only for Whittle to break into a high-pitched “worship meeeee!” Because whether you’re discussing the book or the show, you can’t talk about Bilquis without mentioning THE SCENE. She told a fairly standard audition story about being in a room with a bunch of other actresses, reading from the script and getting chosen to the role. At that point Schreiber and Whittle started riffing on each other. “There were other people in the room, but only at the beginning of the audition,” Schreiber said. Whittle joined in and they both acted as though Badaki had… Bilquis-ed her competition. Badaki shut them down with a perfect deadpan, “you guys crack me up.”Yetide Badaki (Photo via Starz)Whittle described an “insane” audition process, which happened during his final season on The 100. He nearly didn’t get the part, and had to audition for the role 16 times. (And because of that, he has a killer Bryan Fuller impression.) The problem for them was he was too close to Shadow Moon in the book. That doesn’t sound like it would be a problem, but Whittle mentions that the Shadow of the book is mostly inner monologue. That doesn’t work on TV. They needed to bring his emotions out. “Shadow is very blase in the book,” Whittle said. “His dead wife turns up he’s like, ‘yeah, that’s my dead wife… wow.’ We had to lift Shadow off the page a bit more. He’s still broken, he’s still vulnerable. That was important because that’s how Wednesday’s able to manipulate him in the beginning of the show.” Whittle says it took a five-month process to get to the Shadow Moon we saw on the screen.They talked at length about the Crocodile Bar fight scene, because they had to shoot it twice. Fuller and Green apparently hated the set, and knew the entire time they would have to reshoot it. That turned out to be a good thing. Coming back to it at the very end, after they had shot the entire season, they knew their characters a lot better than they did on day one. The scene (and the set) are much better for it. One thing we learned though: That gash on Schreiber’s forehead after he headbutts Whittle? That’s real. Whittle made an innocent face when Schreiber brought that up and Schreiber said, “Don’t fall for it. He looks real cute, but he has a hard head.” Whittle backed up his co-star. All the blood from Mad Sweeney’s nose and lip in that scene are fake. The cut on his head is legit. Whittle didn’t escape injury during that scene, though. When he got thrown under the table and across the broken bottles on the floor, the fake glass cut his wrist up pretty bad. “The REAL way, not like I’m looking for attention,” he said, drawing audible shock from the crowd. He said the cut was bad enough that people were worried about him. The word “gushing” was used.Pablo Schreiber (Photo via Starz)Badaki’s first scene should be obvious to anyone who saw the show. She revealed a little bit of the magic that made that scene possible. The shoot, she said was very technical, involving a trap door. (Whittle: “Trap door, is THAT what you call it?”) She made sure to call out the people who work through entire nights to make those scenes happen. “I knew it was going to be an event, but seeing all that happen through the night was really something special.” She also had a cute story about the first time she met Bryan Fuller at a cast dinner. Being a gigantic sci-fi geek, she was worried that she wouldn’t fit in with the “cool” kids. It doesn’t matter how old you get, those feelings don’t really go away. Then Fuller turned to her and started talking enthusiastically about Doctor Who and Twilight Zone. “And I’m like, ‘Oh! I’m home!’” she said. Badaki mentioned that she’s had guys tell her they love her character, but they’re scared of her. “And I’m like, “Yeah! Yeah, I like that.’ I think that should be the way it is for all women.”Unfortunately, they didn’t mention anything about season two. There’s still a lot of work to be done on it, but from the sounds of things, it is happening. 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always been: the original reality TV show "I think its always been there but this years campaign is definitely different" said Jeff Probst host of the long-running reality TV show Survivor "This year does seem to be unique in that at times it does feel as though were watching a reality show and not a presidential campaign and I dont ever remember feeling that way" He said the debates which have set ratings records are indicative of the entertainment value in the political contest "That cant be because were all super interested in changing our country” Probst said of the millions of viewers tuning in to the televised slugfests “Part of it has to be the promise of the great story thats about to be told to us the public spectacle were going to witness” It’s easy to see in Palin and Trump’s alliance a parallel to those formed on Survivor where allegiances are created to well survive even if they’re quickly jettisoned when they lose their utility Both Palin and Trump aren’t out to make friendsthey’re out to win And they both won in Palin’s endorsement rally on Tuesday with Trump enjoying the boost of her anti-establishment bona fides and Palin enjoying a slice of his spotlighta spotlight that has moved past her in recent years “Better than anyone isn’t he known for being able to commandfire” Palin said as Trump stood beside her motioning to a cheering audience with the “you’re fired” gesture he became known for on his show The Apprentice “Are you ready for a commander-in-chief who is ready to go do his job and kick ISIS’ ass” Cruz meanwhile sounded like a soon-to-be-rejected Bachelorette contestant before Palin’s endorsement praising his potential suitor just before he’s kicked off of the show “I love [Sarah Palin]” Cruz said Tuesday on Twitter as rumors of the imminent endorsement circulated “Without her support I wouldn’t be in the Senate Regardless of what she does in 2016 I will always be a big fan” And just like reality TV the camera is always on "For six months theres been embedded reporters with news cameras covering every moment of the campaign based out of Iowa" said Craig Robinson a former political director of the Iowa Republican Party who now watches the campaign from the other side of the media-political divide as editor of The Iowa Republican "Everything happens in front of a camera nowwhether thats Survivor or Big Brother I dont know" Robinson said it’s not that candidates are necessarily similar to contestants but that modern news coverage can feel like reality TV "Everything they say is up on air and it can be very embarrassing” he said “That happens in presidential campaigns and its a double-edged sword where being a little outrageous can get you attention but it can also be the death of you” Trump may be the most successful reality-star-turned-politician to date but he’s far from alone Wisconsin Republican Rep Sean Duffy was one of the contestants on MTV’s The Real World a background he’s used to help promote some of his 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