reducing fees for ambulance trips for Nova Scotians living in licensed long-term care facilities or with reduced mobility and people with low incomes increasing funding for in-home nursing care and home improvements more than 500 nursing-home beds giving seniors a friendly, caring place to live lowering the cost of generic drugs, and investing more than $3 million so more than 100,000 seniors do not have to pay more for their Pharmacare premiums and co-payments returning the provincial income tax for 17,000 low-income seniors who receive the Guaranteed Income Supplement increasing the land tax rebate the provincial portion of the HST off home heating a poverty reduction credit the affordable living tax credit seniors housing repair grants seniors’ affordable housing throughout the province The province will celebrate positive aging at the 50-plus Expo at Exhibition Park in Halifax on Friday, June 8, and Saturday, June 9. “The 50-plus expo is a wonderful, two-day event for seniors and their families to learn about how to make aging a positive experience,” said Denise Peterson-Rafuse, Minister of Seniors. The 50-plus Expo offers more than 90 information and trade exhibits on services tailored to older Nova Scotians, and a full schedule of workshops and presentations. The opening ceremony will take place noon Friday. A dance with Sugartime and Musical Friends will be held Friday 8 p.m. to midnight and will cost $10. At noon Saturday, the Remarkable Seniors Awards will be presented to seven seniors who make their communities better through leadership, volunteer and community service work. This year’s feature entertainment is Rawlins Cross, one of Canada’s most accomplished Celtic bands. Returning favourites include Neville MacKay of My Mother’s Bloomers and Pete Luckett of Pete’s Frootique, and Linda Carvery, Bill Stevenson and spoken word Artist Shauntay Grant, a broadcast journalist, will entertain Friday and Saturday. Ms. Carvery is a founding member and president of the award-winning Nova Scotia Mass Choir. Mr. Stevenson has worked for 47 years as a musician, teacher, vocalist, composer, arranger and performer. “The government is pleased to sponsor this event and hope that visitors to our exhibit will take time to learn about government services for seniors in the province,” said Ms.Peterson-Rafuse. Along with supporting the 55-plus Expo, the province continues to make life better for seniors with initiatives such as: The 50-plus expo’s daily program runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Exhibition Park, 200 Prospect Rd., Halifax. Admission is $5 per day. For more information, call toll-free 1-800-670-0065 or visit www.50plusexpo.ns.ca .
Ross Farm Museum will be open only on weekends during September. The Monday-to-Friday closing is so the new learning centre can be built. “The community of New Ross and our friends across the province are excited about the opportunities the learning centre will bring to Ross Farm,” said Stephen Workman, business development manager. “Public safety is our main priority while the construction takes place.” Ross Farm expects to increase its days of operation from Wednesday to Sunday starting Oct. 1, and will be open on Thanksgiving Day. The learning centre is expected to be completed in the summer of 2015. For more information about Ross Farm Museum, a part of the family of provincial museums, go to http://rossfarm.novascotia.ca/ . Like Ross Farm Museum on Facebook at www.facebook.com/RossFarmMuseum .
The Toronto stock market climbed higher Thursday amid a full slate of quarterly earnings from a number of Canadian heavyweights and positive economic data from China and the U.S.The S&P/TSX composite index jumped ahead 57.14 points to 12,469.87, while the Canadian dollar climbed 0.54 of a cent to 96.48 cents US.The TSX was boosted by data that showed China’s exports and imports both increased in July, beating expectations and easing concerns over the slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy. Exports were up 5.1 per cent from a year earlier, while imports jumped 10.9 per cent.“It’s a combination of things. There’s some positive data out of China today that is likely supporting the commodities space, both on the materials and energy side,”said Gareth Watson, vice-president of investment management and research at Richardson GMP Ltd. “Overall, the earnings are definitely helping but there is definitely a macro story to it as well.”It was also lifted by strong gains in the metals and mining sector, as shares in Turquoise Hill Resources (TSX:TRQ) climbed nearly 13 per cent to $5.13 after it announced that Rio Tinto PLC was lending it US$600 million to help it fund its $6.2 billion Oyu Tolgoi copper mine in Mongolia.Shares in HudBay Minerals (TSX:HBM) also rose 5.98 per cent, or 36 cents, to $6.38, while Capstone Mining (TSX:CS) shares went up 6.77 per cent or 13 cents to $2.05.The majority of sectors on the TSX saw gains, except for industrials, energy, telecom and utilities.On the commodities front, December bullion gained $20.30 to US$1,305.60 an ounce. The September crude contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange moved down $1.80 to US$102.57 a barrel. Copper saw an uptick of nine cents to $3.27.Meanwhile, by midday, the U.S. indexes lost some of their early gains as the Dow Jones industrials dropped 36.48 points to 15,434.19, the S&P 500 dipped 0.28 of a point to 1,690.63, while the Nasdaq was ahead 4.36 points to 3,658.37.Watson said the fluctuations in the U.S. markets shouldn’t worry investors too much, considering the indexes are faring well overall year-to date.“Sometimes, in terms of that momentum we’ve been getting based off of economic data or earnings reports, it’s just tough sometimes to keep that momentum going,” he said. “We’ve had a really good stretch here since the beginning of July up until now. I think the market is just pacing itself, more than anything else.”In economic news, the latest figures showed that the number of Americans who applied for unemployment benefits over the past month has fallen to its lowest level in almost six years, signalling fewer layoffs and a strengthening U.S. economy. The U.S. Labor Department says the four-week average dropped 6,250 to 335,500 — the lowest level since November 2007, the month before the Great Recession began.For the past few months, concerns have been raised about when the U.S. Federal Reserve will begin pulling back on its monetary stimulus by tapering its current $85-billion bond-buying program. Signs that this will happen sooner rather than later have prompted markets to get nervous any time the Fed gives away clues on the timing of this pullback.There was also a flurry of financial reports from across various sectors released Thursday.Tim Hortons Inc. (TSX:THI) says it’s going to borrow up to an additional $900 million to fund the repurchase of its shares. It says it has received regulatory approval to buy back up to 10 per cent of its publicly traded shares, raising a previous spending limit set at $250 million.The Canadian restaurant company reported a 14.5 per cent increase in its second-quarter net income, which rose to $123.7 million from $108.1 million in the previous year. Total revenue for the company was $800.1 million, up 1.9 per cent from $785.6 million. Its shares rose 51 cents, or 0.86 per cent, to $60.BCE Inc. (TSX:BCE) reported $571 million of net income attributable to common shareholders, or 74 cents per common share. That was down from $732 million or 94 cents per common share a year earlier.On an adjusted basis, the media and telecommunications giant earned $594 million or 77 cents per common share — down from $747 million or 97 cents per share in the second quarter of 2012, when BCE’s profit was boosted by non-recurring items. Its shares fell 58 cents to $41.97.Meanwhile, shares in media giant Quebecor Inc. (TSX:QBR.B) dipped 14 cents to $46.71 after it reported a $45.1-million net loss attributable to shareholders and $52.9 million of adjusted income from continuing operations for its second quarter. The adjusted earnings equal 85 cents per basic share, up from 72 cents per share or $46.1 million in the second quarter of 2012. Its shares were up 25 cents to $47.10.Quebecor is the majority owner of Quebecor Media, which owns a variety of telecommunication, broadcasting and publishing businesses. The CRTC rejected its Sun News Network’s request to be carried on basic cable Thursday, saying that the upstart network does not meet the criteria for a mandatory distribution order.Sun News Network went on the air in April 2011. Three months ago, Sun News executives told the commission that anything short of mandatory carriage would spell the end of the channel. Last year, it lost $17 million, a situation Quebecor calls clearly unsustainable.
Sir Ringo Starr has teamed up with Sir Paul McCartney to record a version of a lost demo written by John Lennon less than a year before his death. Lennon penned Grow Old With Me during the sessions for Double Fantasy, the final record he made before he was shot and killed outside his Manhattan apartment on December 8, 1980.The former Beatles drummer, 79, was introduced to the song by record producer Jack Douglas, who produced the Grammy-winning album, which is also credited to Lennon’s widow Yoko Ono.Sir Ringo enlisted the help of Sir Paul, 77, to play bass on the track, which he admitted had brought him to tears when he first heard it.–– ADVERTISEMENT ––He said: “Jack asked if I ever heard The Bermuda Tapes, John’s demos from that time. And I had never heard all this. “The idea that John was talking about me in that time before he died, well, I’m an emotional person.”And I just loved this song. I sang it the best that I could. I do well up when I think of John this deeply. And I’ve done my best. We’ve done our best.”He added: “The other good thing is that I really wanted Paul to play on it, and he said yes. Paul came over and he played bass and sings a little bit on this with me. So, John’s on it in a way. I’m on it and Paul’s on it. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. “It’s not a publicity stunt. This is just what I wanted. And the strings that Jack arranged for this track, if you really listen, they do one line from Here Comes The Sun.”So in a way, it’s the four of us.”The track features on Sir Ringo’s 20th solo album, What’s My Name, out on October 25.Sir Ringo recorded the album in his home studio, known as Roccabella West, enlisting a number of regular contributors and members of his touring All-Starr Band.The record also features a cover of Barrett Strong’s Motown hit Money (That’s What I Want), famously covered by the Fab Four.The two surviving Beatles have collaborated on Sir Ringo’s last two albums – Give More Love in 2017 and Y Not in 2009.
50,192 Views Share51 Tweet Email4 Jun 20th 2017, 2:45 PM https://jrnl.ie/3453824 Tuesday 20 Jun 2017, 2:45 PM 62 Comments TAOISEACH LEO VARADKAR has today appointed his Ministers of State, with others losing junior ministries they had previously held.Varadkar had warned that there would be disappointments and there certainly were – with some losing jobs and expectant others not getting them.Varadkar promoted a number of TDs to junior ministries for the first time. Here is your full list of Ministers of State, including four Super Juniors who will be allowed to sit at Cabinet (but not have a formal say in its business):Super Junior MinistersChief Whip and Minister of State for Gaeilge, Gaeltacht and the IslandsJoe McHugh (Donegal) McHugh, second from right Source: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ieMinister of State for Higher EducationMary Mitchell O’Connor (Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown) Source: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ieMinister of State for DisabilityFinian McGrath (Dublin Bay North) Source: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ieMinister of State for DefencePaul Kehoe (Wexford) Source: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ieJunior MinistersMinister of State for Local Government and Electoral ReformJohn Paul Phelan (Carlow/Kilkenny) Source: @JPPhelanMinister of State for Housing and Urban DevelopmentDamien English (Meath West) Source: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ieMinister of State for Financial Services and InsuranceMichael D’Arcy (Wexford) Source: @michaeldarcyMinister of State for European AffairsHelen McEntee (Meath East) Source: Niall CarsonMinister of State for Food, Forestry and HorticultureAndrew Doyle (Wicklow) Source: Rollingnews.ieMinister of State for Public Procurement, Open Government and e-GovernmentPatrick O’Donovan (Limerick)Minister of State for Community, Natural Resources and Digital DevelopmentSeán Kyne (Galway West)Minister of State for Mental Health and Older PeopleJim Daly (West Cork) Source: TwitterMinister for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Single Market and Data ProtectionPat Breen (Clare)Minister of State for the National Drug Strategy and Health PromotionCatherine Byrne (Dublin South Central)Minister of State for the Diaspora and International DevelopmentCiarán Cannon (Galway East) Source: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ieMinister of State for Equality, Immigration and IntegrationDavid Stanton (Cork East)Minister of State for Training and SkillsJohn Halligan (Independent Alliance – Waterford) Source: RollingNews.ieMinister of State for the OPW and Flood ReliefKevin ‘Boxer’ Moran (Independent Alliance – Longford/Westmeath) Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran with Health Minister Simon Harris. Source: Sam BoalMinister of State for Tourism & SportBrendan Griffin (Kerry) Source: Eamonn Farrell/RollingNews.ieThe Demoted ListDara Murphy, a Coveney supporter from Cork, lost his position at the Department of Foreign Affairs where he served as the junior minister with responsibility for European Affairs.Marcella Corcoran Kennedy has also lost her junior ministry in Health.With reporting by Sinéad O’CarrollNew ministers in Finance, Justice, Housing: This is Leo Varadkar’s Cabinet Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article By Christina Finn Who got the nod? And who lost out? Here are Varadkar’s new junior ministers These are the backbenchers who just got a promotion today. Short URL
Google disponible sous Windows Phone 7Google essaie de s’afficher le plus possible sur le marché des mobiles. Le moteur de recherche est désormais disponible sous Windows Phone 7.Leader aux Etats-Unis avec Android, Google ne néglige pas pour autant la concurrence sur le marché des téléphones portables. Ainsi, le géant américain a rendu disponible son moteur de recherche sur Windows Phone 7, le nouvel outil de Microsoft, l’un de ses plus sérieux rivaux avec Apple.Disponible gratuitement, l’application permet d’afficher les recherches en temps réel et de géolocaliser le smartphone pour affiner les résultats. Des mises à jours de l’outil devraient être disponibles dans les prochains mois.Le 11 novembre 2010 à 13:14 • Emmanuel Perrin
reading • Smart Forease+ concept covers up its top for Geneva Concept Cars Electric Cars Convertibles 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better More about 2018 Smart Fortwo Electric Drive Review • 2018 Smart Fortwo Electric Drive: High novelty, low value Mar 7 • The Ferrari F8 Tributo is the last of the nonhybrid V8s 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous • Tags Post a comment Apr 17 • The 2020 Jaguar XE gets its first major visual refresh Mar 8 • VW is still ‘100 percent’ investigating a pickup truck for the US 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value More From Roadshow 16 Photos Geneva Motor Show 2019 Smart 0 Share your voice See All Mar 7 • New Peugeot 208 debuts i-Cockpit with 3D HUD Combo dashboard Enlarge ImageEven though it doesn’t look like it would change much, I really prefer this concept with a roof. Smart At last year’s Paris Motor Show, Smart unveiled the Forease, a chopped-top concept that limited its usability to sunny climes. Now, Smart has built upon the Forease to create the Forease+, and yes, it has a roof.Smart on Friday unveiled the Forease+ concept ahead of its formal debut at the Geneva Motor Show next week. Adding that taut fabric roof to the concept gives it more of a fastback look than the Forease concept, and as Smart itself notes, it adds some all-weather versatility. The roof is made of a hard shell covered in fabric, and it’s removable.Otherwise, it’s largely the same design we saw in Paris. It sports some aggressive bumpers and the same three-element LED lights that we loved in the initial concept. There’s a set of crazy taillights out back, hanging out above a serious diffuser. Inside, the Forease+ concept still has the same chopped steering wheel as the Forease concept, looking closer to a plane’s yoke than a steering wheel. But, while the Forease lacked vents given its open-air nature, Smart added a couple HVAC vents to the Forease+ to make sure it can handle more weather than pure sunshine. The dashboard is wrapped in Nappa leather, as are the seats, and the door sills are covered in microfiber. As was the case with the Forease, the Forease+ is entirely electric. This mirrors Smart’s production-car shift, which will see the entire brand going battery-electric by 2020. Since it’s just a concept, I wouldn’t exactly expect many (or any) of these styling cues to pop up in the future, but life is full of surprises, and a crazier Smart could very well help it stand apart as it tries to appeal to a new generation of urbanites. Geneva Motor Show 2019 Smart Forease+ concept shows some modesty
Alaska Gov. Bill Walker speaks at a Juneau Chamber Business Roundtable Luncheon in February. Walker invited legislative leaders to his house on Wednesday to discuss a long-term budget plan. (Photo by Skip Gray/360 North)Gov. Bill Walker wants to bring lawmakers together to resolve differences over a plan to balance the state government’s long-term budget.Listen nowWalker invited leaders from both chambers to meet at the governor’s house Wednesday. And he said he’ll meet with them as frequently as needed while the Legislature remains in session.“Me sitting back doing nothing is not an option,” Walker said. “Now that they have put pieces on the table – many of which were similar to what I proposed last year – I’m more than anxious to sit down and have that discussion.”The Senate passed a bill that would draw money from Permanent Fund earnings and set Permanent Fund dividends at $1,000. The Senate also is seeking a new, lower limit on state spending.The House also would draw money from Permanent Fund earnings and would reduce PFDs. But PFDs would be higher, at $1,250. The House also passed an income tax and changes to oil and gas taxes to close the long-term gap between what the state spends and what it raises.Walker supports some form of broad-based tax and expressed doubt the state can close the gap with larger spending cuts.“There’s been a lot of discussion about what government waste is,” Walker said. “And what wasteful spending is, but I believe that wasteful spending is not feeding hungry kids. Taking care of seniors is not waste. Funding state troopers is not waste.”Anchorage Democratic Rep. Chris Tuck said the Senate must move toward the House’s position.“The only compromise that I see right now is the Senate accepting a fair and balanced budget,” Tuck said.House leaders said an income tax is needed to spread the impact of balancing the budget. House Rules Committee Chairwoman Gabrielle LeDoux said it’s not enough to just draw money from the Permanent Fund — known as a percent of market value or POMV draw.“I want to make these perfectly clear – that if the Senate thinks that we are going to get out of here with just a POMV, they got another thing coming,” LeDoux said.Senate President Pete Kelly said the senators will meet with the House and Walker, but Walker won’t serve as a mediator.“The goal isn’t compromise,” Kelly said. “The goal is to do what’s in the best interest of the people this state. And to think that we’re going to do something that’s counter to the best interest of Alaska just to reach a compromise for the sake of compromise – that’s not on our list this year.”Senators said House members who insist on an income tax jeopardize any long-term plan.
Salman Khan [L] and Katrina Kaif during an eventPUNIT PARANJPE/AFP/GettySalman Khan, at 53, is still living his life as a singleton even after being loved by millions of people across the globe. Though the Dabangg Khan has been in relationships in the past and many times he was very close to getting married but it just didn’t work out. There has never been a single event where Salman hadn’t been questioned about his marriage. Many people are still wondering why Salman is not getting married. And it looks like the million dollar question has finally been answered.”Salman bhai is known to go all out for his family. His love transcends into selfless loyalty. Multiple times he was close to getting married, but each time he was unable to give another person as much as importance as his family. Salman thought it would be unfair to commit to a partner and not be able to give his cent percent, that’s the real reason why he is single,” a source close to the Khan family was quoted as saying by Bombay Times.In the past, Salman had admitted that he was on the verge of getting married to his girlfriends Somy Ali and Sangeeta Bijlani and had even printed marriage cards but in the end, things didn’t fall in place. He was even serious about Katrina Kaif whom he dated for almost 7 years before they parted ways in 2015. Salman Khan, Sangeeta BijlaniVarinder Chawla”Family is of utmost importance to Salman. Salman was to get married to Somy Ali and Sangeeta Bijlani for which even cards were printed. In the early 2000’s he came close to marrying another actress, while more recently Katrina Kaif was on the verge of becoming a permanent member of the Khan household. It was the fear of his partner not understanding the intensity of Salman’s selfless love for family that discouraged him,” the source added.The source further said, “While his family wanted the actor to tie the knot on two occasions with the leading ladies he was romantically involved with, Salman put his personal interest aside and instead invested in building an empire for his family.”Well, going by the source’s claims, there could be a possibility that Salman Khan may want to stay celibate for the rest of his life until the right moment.
HM ErshadJatiya Party chairman HM Ershad on Wednesday said people consider the budget for the next fiscal year as the worst one although the finance minister thinks it is the best, reports UNB. “This might be the best budget to him (Muhith), but this is the worst budget to people,” he said taking part in a budget discussion in parliament.Ershad, the former autocratic ruler, said businessmen, FBCCI, BGMEA, BKMEA, and all research organisations have described the budget as ‘intolerable’.”Rickshaw-pullers, wheelbarrow-pullers, day-labourers and small traders are in great anxiety following the placing of the budget. To them, this is the budget of darkness… they are not getting any ray of light,” he said.Talking about Muhith’s claim of 7.4 per cent GDP growth, he said Tk 66,000 crore will be needed as private investment while Tk 50,000 crore in the public sector to achieve the target. “But the budget didn’t elaborate on the investment,” he said.Ershad said the GDP growth is not the only scale to measure the economic development. “Share market and money market are the main sources of economy. But both are in very shaky condition,” he said.Claiming that the banking sector is affected by cancer, he said, “Looting is going in all the banks… thousands of crores of Tk are being embezzled from the banks in the name of loan while money is being siphoned out of the country. But, he (finance minister) didn’t say anything in this regard.”Describing the heist of Bangladesh Bank money from the US Federal Bank as a rare incident, the JaPa chairman said although the names of many surfaced during investigation, those were not disclosed. “We couldn’t even know their names although they’re living in this society. They’re out of touch. There’s nothing regretful than this,” He questioned the good governance in the country, saying, “Or else, this type of incident would not have happened. Disclose the names, identify the culprits.” Mentioning that the share market shows the vibrancy of the economy, Ershad said, “Unfortunately, it has become a centre of looting. The government can’t take any effective steps to make the market vibrant after its debacle in 2010,” he said.He said the government did not take any punitive measures against the culprits behind the share market debacle. “We say justice delayed, justice denied. But I’ll say here justice was betrayed.”The JaPa chief also talked about the education and health care sectors, saying both are in a very much deplorable condition. “We can’t trust doctors. They give unnecessary pathological tests just for taking commission,” he said.
The two teams played each other as part of the tournament at Purdue last fall. Melanie McHenry had 15 kills, two aces and four digs to lead the UofL to a 25-18, 25-15, 25-14 sweep of Xavier at the Stacey Clark Classic Louisville hit .321 as a team with eight blocks, nine aces and 40 kills. The Cards got eight kills from freshman Claire Chaussee and six kills apiece from Jasmine Bennett and Emily Scott. Xavier was led by Audrey Adams’ four kills and four blocks. Story Links The Cardinals made their 27th appearance in the NCAA Tournament this season led by ACC Setter of the Year Wilma Rivera and 2017 Defensive Player of the Year. Louisville will be led by returning AVCA All-East Region and First Team All ACC Melanie McHenry along with returning starters Piper Roe, Emily Scott, Marijke Van Dyke and Mia Stander. Redshirt freshman Aiko Jones and transfer setter Tori Dilfer will help fill gaps left by departing seniors as the Cards await the arrival of their recruiting class this summer. Xavier volleyball ended its season with a three-set loss (20-25, 18-25, 21-25) at Villanova just short of making the 4-team Big East Tournament. The Musketeers finished the year with a 10-19 (8-10 Big East) record. In conference only matches, Xavier ranked second in the conference in digs (16.29) and blocks (2.50) and fifth in opponent hitting percentage (.195). The University of Louisville will face Xavier tonight at 6 p.m. in Cardinal Arena in the Cardinals’ first spring match. The match is open to the public and admission is free. Still on the slate, Louisville will face rival Kentucky on March 29 at 6 p.m. in Cardinal Arena. The Cards will compete in a multi-team tournament at KIVA April 6 beginning at 8 a.m. The final date on the slate is also the only away competition as the Cardinals head to play at Morehead State on April 20.Print Friendly Version
Watch: ‘Fighting’ Male Pythons Spotted By Australian Snake CatcherHubble Space Telescope Captures Star’s Eerie Gaseous Glow Stay on target Researchers have long been looking for clues about one of our closest evolutionary relatives — Neanderthals. Our now-extinct kin has shifted from a presumed earlier form, to a close cousin, to… well still a close cousin, but one that we got a little too close to. Still, even though a good portion of scientists who study the topic now consider neanderthals and humans sister subspecies, there’s still a lot of differences between the two. The brain, in particular, is of prime concern as it… y’know, is kind of the whole thing with us apes. So, to learn more about the development of the Neanderthal brain, as well as what it was actually capable of, scientists have done the truly unbelievable — grown miniature brains of our ancient family.As Science Mag reports in an exclusive, the unity of three bleeding-edge fields — including CRISPR, organs built from stem cells, and the fully sequenced Neanderthal genome — has allowed Alysson Muotri and her lab to pull off an exceptional feat. The work has yet to be published, but it was presented earlier this work at a conference for the University of California, San Diego, where Muotri is a geneticist. In essence, the team used stem cells created with neanderthal into small, pea-sized organs that resemble the cortex, or outermost layer of the brain. The hope is that the team will understand how different regions of the Neanderthal brain fit together, and how they would affect its cognition. This is done by comparing the structures to similar mini-brains made with human DNA to understand where and how they differ.“We’re trying to recreate Neanderthal minds,” Muotri says.To be clear, this is quite far from a full brain. We aren’t (probably) making conscious minds in Petri dishes. These organoids represent a very early stage of brain development, far from anything that could be expected to actually produce thought. Others, including Svante Paabo, director of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig and one of the researchers that first sequenced the Neanderthal genome, noted that even the genetics of the project has plenty of hurdles to overcome. “Organoids are far from being able to tell us how adult brains function,” Paabo said, noting that there could be plenty of unintended mutations. “There are lots of control experiments to do, and then I’m quite hopeful we’ll overcome those doubts.”On a much creepier note, though, Muotri, in time, hopes to jack mini human brains into crab-like robots and pit them against robots run by Neanderthal organoids. So… that’s a sentence.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
This story originally appeared on Business Insider This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. 2 min read Enroll Now for Free Microsoft unveiled its first major wearable fitness device on Wednesday night, called “Microsoft Band.”It also introduced a new health platform to go with its Band, appropriately called Microsoft Health.Microsoft will start selling its new Band on Thursday through the company’s physical and online stores, for $199. It will work with all the major mobile ecosystems, including iOS, Android, and yes, even Windows Phone.According to Re/code’s Ina Fried, the Microsoft Band has a strong emphasis on fitness, and it’s designed to be worn by its user all day to track both sleeping and exercise patterns. The Band comes with built-in GPS and 10 sensors that can track things like heart rate, but it also has a unique UV sensor to measure sun exposure, and a “galvanic skin response measurement” to purportedly help identify stress.Image credit: MicrosoftMicrosoft Band will be incorporated into a new fitness-tracking service by Microsoft called Microsoft Health, which can analyze data from the Band — and other devices like smartphones and even rival fitness bands — in the cloud.Image credit: MicrosoftThe companion application that delivers this data analysis through the user will be available for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. As a bonus for Windows Phone users, the Band will also support Microsoft’s Cortana voice assistant.Image credit: MicrosoftAs Fried notes, Microsoft also previously attempted a digital health service called HealthVault in 2007. Microsoft actually claims its new Microsoft Health service can plug into HealthVault, even though the latter platform is more focused on medical records as opposed to personal fitness metrics. Image credit: MicrosoftMicrosoft says it is launching Band with several partners in tow, including Starbucks, which will let Band owners pay for coffee with only a “gift card barcode.” It will also work with MyMapFitness and RunKeeper, two popular fitness tracking apps, and Jawbone’s own line of fitness devices.You can read more about Microsoft’s new health initiative on its blog. Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now October 30, 2014
Apelamos a la legalidad de los contratos firmados por el Estado Costarricense, esta discusión es jurídica. Hacer cumplir la ley.— Luis Guillermo Solís (@luisguillermosr) October 22, 2014 Related posts:Longshoremen suspend strike to protect paychecks Solís administration, striking dockworkers at loggerheads over port concession More than 85 percent of Limón residents support new port terminal, poll claims Dockworkers strike declared illegal after union loses appeal Update Wednesday, Oct. 22, 12:10 p.m.:Traffic at the Atlantic Port Authority’s (JAPDEVA) docks ground to a halt as the public agency’s union, SINTRAJAP, made good on its threat to strike over the terms of a $1 billion dollar port concession to Dutch company APM Terminals.SINTRAJAP leader Ronaldo Blear announced that the docks in Limón and Moín would be closed starting at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, according to Costa Rica’s Radio ADN.The union said the strike was a “fight for dignity, to stop a monopoly and avoid serious harm to the people of Limón,” according to a statement.“We want modern ports without monopolies and [with] fair competition,” it continued.Israel Oconitrillo, a spokesman for JAPDEVA, confirmed to the daily La Nación that the ports were closed.Pablo Díaz, general manager of JAPDEVA, told La Nación that when the strike began there was a ship docked in Moín that needed another hour to unload its cargo. The manager said that handling of cargo at two more container ships at the Limón port was also interrupted by the strike Wednesday morning.President Luis Guillermo Solís said Tuesday that a strike by the union was unjustified and he urged union workers to go back to work. “We support the legality of the contracts signed by the Costa Rican state, this is a legal discussion. The law must be followed,” Solís tweeted during a visit to the Reventazón hydroelectric project near the Caribbean slope town of Siquirres.The president said during a press conference Tuesday that National Police would be at the docks to maintain order if protests became violent.Original post continues here:Costa Rica’s proposed $1 billion Moín port expansion is facing another potential setback as the Atlantic Port Authority’s (JAPDEVA) union (SINTRAJAP) threatens a strike in Limón in coming days. SINTRAJAP leaders and some lawmakers believe a provision of the concession grants AMP Terminals a monopoly on handling containers, and therefore threatens stevedores’ jobs.SINTRAJAP leaders announced the strike on Monday, but gave no firm date for when it would take place in Limón.President Luis Guillermo Solís denounced the threat during a press conference on Tuesday, saying a strike was unjustified and Costa Rica would honor the terms of the contract signed in 2011.“A strike in Limón is not justified; it only hurts the interests of many Limón residents,” Solís said. “We’re not going to allow a small group of people who have made statements that appear contrary to the Costa Rican spirit of conciliation and peaceful understanding to jeopardize an entire population who needs real job opportunities, not threats,” he added at Casa Presidencial.The union’s threat to strike is not in vain. A SINTRAJAP strike in 2013 forced a cruise ship bearing 2,000 tourists to pass by Limón, costing the province an estimated $8,000 in lost tax revenue.“The decision of this government continues to be to respect the legality of the contract, as it has been upheld by judges,” Solís added. The 33-year contract gives APM Terminals permission to construct and operate a new port called the Moín Container Terminal on Costa Rica’s northern Caribbean coast.The Union of Private-Sector Chambers and Associations, an organization that represents over 40 national businesses, condemned the threat of a strike in a statement on Tuesday.Costa Rica has some of the worst port infrastructure in Latin America, according to data from the World Bank. Officials and business leaders have framed the project as essential to revitalizing the Limón port and creating desperately needed jobs in the poorest province in Costa Rica.A statement from the Public Works and Transport Ministry late Tuesday afternoon said the new terminal would quadruple the amount of traffic the port could handle.Conflict over the port expansion has simmered for years. Recently, debate over a clause that would give a monopoly to APM for the loading and unloading of containers sparked the latest confrontation between the government and SINTRAJAP. Jorge Mora, technical secretary for the National Concessions Council, said in a statement that the contract gives APM the right to handle containers only, not small and mixed cargo, which currently makes up 40 percent of JAPDEVA’s workload.Unions have fought the concession since it was first signed. In 2012, a San José administrative court upheld the contract, signed by President Laura Chinchilla (2010-2014) in 2011.Objections from unions aside, the Moín project is also awaiting environmental approval from the National Technical Secretariat of the Environmental Ministry. Facebook Comments
A day after police discovered theslain family of a U.S. expat and his Costa Rican wife and children in Matapalo, Guanacaste, details about the couple’s strained personal lives paint a picture of domestic abuse, neglect, poverty and infidelity as the search continues for the police’s main suspect, Adrián Salmerón Silva.The dead include Dirk Beauchamp, 56, his 38-year-old Costa Rican wife, Jessica Durán, and three of the couple’s children, ages 12, 8 and 6. Two girls, ages 4 and 7 months, survived the gruesome attack and were sent to hospitals in Nicoya on Tuesday and later to the National Children’s Hospital in San José.The daily La Nación reported that Beauchamp was physically abused by Durán and her lover, Adrián Salmerón, the prime suspect who lived on the same property as the family. Judicial Investigation Police said that Beauchamp had filed a domestic abuse complaint against his wife. Durán had also filed a domestic violence complaint against her alleged lover, Salmerón.https://twitter.com/seguridadcr/status/699711328861040640/photo/1?ref_src=twsrc%5EtfwDurán was reportedly working as a sex worker at the Del Rey Hotel in San José when she met Beauchamp, according to interviews Durán’s brother, Gabriel, gave to CRHoy.com and Diario Extra. Neighbors of the couple told La Nación that Durán was a domineering spouse who threw around money in the rural town 15 km north of the popular tourist destination of Tamarindo, on Costa Rica’s Pacific coast. The couple was married for eight years.Durán was briefly incarcerated in the Buen Pastor women’s prison in Desamparados, San José, between Jan. 28 and Feb. 6, 2015, for failure to pay child support to her mother, who was caring for two older children of Durán, according Costa Rica’s Justice Ministry. After she was released from prison, La Nación reported that Durán returned to the couple’s home in Matapalo pregnant, with Salmerón in tow. Durán and her lover reportedly lived together in a simple zinc-sheet shack behind the main house where Beauchamp lived.The Child Welfare Office (PANI) said it had received two complaints of “alleged abandonment and neglect against four minors” in February and November of last year. The complaint filed in February stated that Durán had abandoned the children. Child Welfare social workers conducted a home inspection and reported that the father, Beauchamp, was taking care of the children as their mother was in prison at the time.“The father did not present any risk indicators and, on the contrary, he was providing proper care and protection considering the events the mother was facing. After analyzing all facts, experts recommended the dismissal of the complaint,” PANI’s press office stated in a written response to The Tico Times on Wednesday.The second complaint in November prompted another inspection, but the father denied any problems with care.“PANI inspectors interviewed neighbors who only reported that the family had serious financial problems and that a local evangelical church was regularly providing them with food,” reads the statement. The Matapalo home where five members of the same family were found stabbed and cut to death by Costa Rican police on Feb. 16, 2016. The Tico TimesThe only one untouchedJudicial Investigation Police Director Walter Espinoza said during a news conference on Tuesday that Beauchamp was listed as the father of the family’s five children, but locals claimed the infant was Salmerón’s. Ana Rosa Guerra, Durán’s mother, also told La Nación that the child was Salmerón’s. The 7-month-old baby was the only one found at the scene of the crime who had no visible injuries besides dehydration, according to police reports.Salmerón is Nicaraguan and police said they believe that he fled Costa Rica for that neighboring country after the crime. Guerra told La Nación that Salmerón’s father called her from Nicaragua to tell her about the killings and that his son was with him there. Costa Rica has requested assistance from Nicaraguan authorities but the country does not have an extradition treaty with Costa Rica. At this writing, Judicial Investigation Police have not confirmed that Salmerón is in Nicaragua.The two surviving children are hospitalized in stable condition at this writing. PANI officials in San José are currently conducting evaluations on the children’s relatives to determine whether any of them is suitable for taking care of the girls after they leave the hospital.Laianer Arias contributed to this story. Facebook Comments Related posts:US man killed in Costa Rica was target of real estate scam; 4 arrested ‘Culture of violence’ behind Costa Rica’s jump in homicides, says OIJ chief Costa Rica man arrested with 400 cloned US credit cards Accused serial killer ‘Wild Bill’ Holbert asks forgiveness for murders of U.S. expats
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Fabric company, Faliero Sarti, unveils scarves designed exclusively to celebrate the launch of Silversea’s new flagship Silver Muse.Silversea Cruises has announced that Italian fabrics supplier Faliero Sarti has created a selection of scarves to celebrate the launch of Silver Muse in April 2017.The exclusive prints on each scarf have been designed to reflect the Silversea core values of exploration, luxury and uniqueness. The scarves will be gifted to selected guests at events around the world to celebrate the launch of Silversea’s new flagship ship, Silver Muse. In addition, guests will be able to purchase the exclusive scarves from the boutique during their voyage on Silver Muse.Silver Muse scarf designBarbara Muckermann, Chief Marketing Officer at Silversea Cruises, said: “As a family-run company, Faliero Sarti shares the same values as Silversea, including a passion for quality and Italian flair. We are delighted to bring this partnership steeped in Italian heritage to our discerning guests to celebrate the launch of Silver Muse.”Faliero Sarti Sales Director, Federico Sarti said: “Faliero Sarti echoes the pride in tradition and culture embedded in Silversea’s past. As a ‘made in Italy’ brand, we are honoured to have been chosen to partner with the launch of Silver Muse.”Silver Muse will be calling in at 34 countries and 130 ports in 2017. The addition of Silver Muse will expand Silversea’s fleet to nine ships.
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