Muros Grounded Due to Lack of Danger Warnings

first_imgzoom Spain-flagged bulk carrier Muros, which grounded off Norfolk in December 2016, ran into trouble following a change of route to an unsafe area and lack of warnings of danger, according to UK’s Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB).An investigation into the incident, which occurred on December 2 while the ship was sailing from Teesport, UK to Rochefort, France, showed that the vessel was following a planned track across Haisborough Sand.The passage plan in the electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) had been revised by the second officer less than 3 hours before the grounding and it had not been seen or approved by the master.A visual check of the track in the ECDIS using a small-scale chart did not identify it to be unsafe, and warnings of the dangers over Haisborough Sand that were automatically generated by the system’s ‘check route’ function were ignored, MAIB said.The investigation revealed that the second officer monitored the vessel’s position using the ECDIS but did not take any action when the vessel crossed the 10 meter safety contour into shallow water. Although the bulker’s electronic navigation equipment was functioning correctly, the echo sounder had been switched off shortly after leaving Teesport.Furthermore, the efectiveness of the second officer’s performance “was impacted upon by the time of day and a very low level of arousal and she might have fallen asleep periodically,” MAIB said, adding that the disablement of the ECDIS alarms removed the system’s barriers that could have alerted the second officer to the danger in time for successful avoiding action to be taken.At the time of the grounding on Haisborough Sand on the east coast of UK the ship was loaded with fertiliser. Attempts to manoeuvre clear of the shallows were unsuccessful but the vessel was re-foated 6 days later with tug assistance.There were no injuries and no pollution, but damage to Muros’s rudder necessitated the vessel being towed to Rotterdam, Netherlands, for repair.MAIB also concluded that the ECDIS on board Muros had not been used as expected by the regulators or equipment manufacturers.After investigated several grounding incidents in which the way the vessels’ ECDIS was confgured and utilised was contributory, the Board launched a safety study, in collaboration with the Danish Maritime Accident Investigation Board, designed to more fully understand why operators are not using ECDIS as envisaged.last_img read more

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NDP MP asks Harper to take responsibility for Aboriginal Affairs minister Valcourt

first_imgAPTN National NewsNDP MP Linda Duncan is supporting calls for Prime Minister Stephen Harper to remove Bernard Valcourt’s from his Aboriginal Affairs office.In a release sent out late Wednesday, Duncan said she supports Treaty 8 chief’s calls for Valcourt to be removed.“The Treaty 8 First Nations are asking for the Prime Minister to remove Valcourt from his portfolio after a March 20 meeting where Valcourt made allegations based on unreleased RCMP information about missing and murdered Aboriginal women,” said the MP for Edmonton-Strathcona and former Aboriginal Affairs critic.Valcourt and the RCMP have been at odds since he told chiefs at the Alberta meeting recently that 70 per cent of Aboriginal women were killed by Aboriginal men. According to chiefs at the meeting, Valcourt was quoting information that was not part of the RCMP’s report released in May of last year.A spokesperson for Valcourt’s office said the information would be released in “due course.”The RCMP said Tuesday it will be releasing a second report on murdered and missing Indigenous women in May.The new report, however, will not include “statistics on the ethnicity of the perpetrators of solved Aboriginal women homicides,” said an RCMP spokesperson.Duncan asked in Question Period whether the prime minister would take “responsibility for his minister?”Valcourt answered by saying that his meetings in Western Canada were productive.last_img read more

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LPBOA to go on strike

Among those who attended the meeting was Private Transport Minister C.B. Ratnayake and Public Relations Minister Mervyn Silva. (Colombo Gazette) Private bus operators associated with the Lanka Private Bus Owners Association (LPBOA) will go on strike this week.LPBOA Gemunu Wijeyratne said that the association boycotted a meeting some private bus operators had with President Mahinda Rajapaksa today. He said that the LPBOA will go on strike this week as the government had failed to increase bus fares.President Mahinda Rajapaksa met private bus operators in an attempt to iron out some of their issues, the President’s office said.

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Sri Lankan asylum seeker on Manus Island accused of rape

The acting provincial police commander, Senior Inspector David Yapu, said the man had met the woman at Lorengau market before taking her to a local hotel, where she was allegedly assaulted. “When she managed to escape she fainted on the riverside which is where she was rescued and taken to the hospital,” Yapu told Guardian Australia.The woman, described by Yapu as an 18-year-old who is still in school, and her parents reported the alleged attack to police. Rajendran’s case was adjourned in Lorengau court on Monday. He remains in police custody.Allegations of sexual violence within the Manus Island detention centre have been raised on a number of occasions.In July 2015 three expatriate guards were alleged to have drugged and gang-raped a local woman inside the detention centre staff accommodation block. They were flown off the island before police could speak to them. Despite promises from the Australian government that they would be sent back, the men have never returned to Manus. Several refugees and asylum seekers held in the detention centre have registered formal complaints of sexual assault and rape. (Colombo Gazette) It is alleged she was raped three times there before she was able to reach a relative’s house. She was treated for injuries at Lorengau hospital. A 31-year-old asylum seeker from Sri Lanka held at the Manus Island detention centre has been charged with the alleged rape of a local woman, the Guardian in Australia reported.Rajeev Rajendran was charged in Lorengau court over the alleged assault which took place at a hotel on 17 January. read more

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World Cup Crib Notes Day 10

After thrashing Portugal 4-0 in its first game, Germany has seen its probability of winning the World Cup steadily rise, to 13.4 percent from 10.7 percent. That increase is more than any team’s since the tournament began, except the Netherlands’. The Germans face Ghana in the second game of the day.Argentina vs. Iran: 12 p.m. EDTGermany vs. Ghana: 3 p.m. EDTNigeria vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina: 6 p.m. EDTIN BRIEFSee our World Cup predictions for the latest probabilities.IN DEPTHThe odds are stacked in favor of Germany (71 percent to Ghana’s 10 percent) in our Game to Watch, so Ghana will need an unlikely win or draw against if it has any hope of seeing the knockout stage of the tournament. Germany is sitting pretty atop Group G with a 97.9 percent chance of advancing.Despite the apparent mismatch, Germany and Ghana still had the highest harmonic mean between the Soccer Power Index (SPI) scores of any two teams playing each other Saturday (82.0, compared with Argentina vs. Iran at 78.4 and Bosnia-Herzegovina vs. Nigeria at 76.9). Both Germany and Ghana are powerful defensively, but it’s Germany’s offense — the strongest in the tournament, according to ESPN’s SPI — that poses the biggest threat to Ghana.Ghana outplayed the U.S. on Monday, controlling 60 percent of the possession and outshooting (both on goal and otherwise) the Americans in a game that probably should have ended in its favor. But of its 21 shots, only one managed to find the back of the net. So, if Ghana hopes to dig itself out of the hole it’s in in Group G, it must score against Germany. Its best hopes lie in the Ayew brothers — Andre scored in the 82nd minute against the U.S., and his younger brother, Jordan, has scored 16 goals for Sochaux in the top French league this season.Ghana has a 89 percent chance of being eliminated from the Cup, but a win or draw against Germany and an unfavorable outcome for the Americans against Portugal on Sunday could drastically change the dynamics of Group G.YESTERDAYIn Costa Rica’s 1-0 victory over Italy, the losers had the advantage in possession, with 731 touches to Costa Rica’s 508. But Costa Rica had 91 touches in the attacking third compared with Italy’s 83, and it created nine chances to Italy’s six. The Italians’ 83 touches in the attacking third were their fewest in a match in the past five World Cups.Italy’s offensive futility was reflected in other stats as well. Of its 10 shots, only two were in the attacking penalty area, which ties for its fewest in a World Cup match since the 1966 tournament (as far back as ESPN Stats & Info’s data set goes). The team was called offside 11 times, tied for the most in a World Cup match since 2002.Costa Rica also shut down two of Italy’s biggest stars. Andrea Pirlo completed one of four passes in the attacking third; he was 12 for 12 on such passes in Italy’s first match, against England. Mario Balotelli had 24 touches, the fewest of any Italian starter, including seven in the second half. That tied for the fewest of anyone on the pitch.The victory advanced Costa Rica to the knockout stage for the first time since 1990 (it was eliminated in the group stage in 2002 and 2006 and didn’t qualify in the other years) and eliminated England in the process. It is the first time since 1958 that England has failed to reach the knockout round.In the match between Switzerland and France, Switzerland had more overall touches, 636 to 532, but France more than doubled the Swiss in the attacking penalty area, 23 to 10. Led by Karim Benzema, whose match-high seven touches in the penalty area gave him a tournament-high 16, France is averaging 25.5 penalty-area touches per match (the best in the tournament).France scored in the 17th and 18th minutes with two of its first three touches in the attacking penalty area — the quickest back-to-back goals in French World Cup history. The first goal was France’s 100th at the World Cup, making it the fifth team to reach that milestone. Benzema had a goal and two assists, giving him a hand in five of France’s eight goals in the tournament (three goals, two assists). He created six chances Friday, the most by a player in a match to that point in the tournament. The two teams combined for 29 chances, the most in a match this tournament. — Jacob Nitzberg, senior stats analyst, ESPN OFF THE PITCHGermany and Ghana have had significant relations since Ghana gained its independence from Britain in 1957. One of the most striking examples is their plan for economic development cooperation, which they updated in 2012. The plan includes facets of cultural and academic exchange, but the most tangible aspect is aid. The plan itself doesn’t provide data on Germany’s aid to Ghana, but AidData shows that Ghana received $2.5 billion in aid from Germany between 1973 and 2011 for 1,100 projects, including water supply improvements and forestry development. Most of the aid (about $611 million) has been aimed at debt alleviation, but that mostly ended in 2006. By 2011, a majority of the German aid was geared toward government, civil society and agriculture.  — Hayley MunguiaFURTHER READINGIt’s Been the Americas’ World CupThe Reducer: World Cup Winners and Losers read more

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Lights out Piccadilly Circus kills its worldfamous advertising screens for the first

first_img By AFP Share117 Tweet Email General view of the advertising screens in Piccadilly Circus, London, which have been switched off for the first time in over half a century Source: Empics EntertainmentTHE ICONIC LIGHTS that illuminate London’s Piccadilly Circus have been turned off for renovations, the first time since World War II they have gone dark, except for power cuts and funerals.The world famous advertising lights in the centre of the UK capital have displayed illuminated advertisements for more than a century, but will not be switched on again until autumn 2017, when a new permanent single screen will be unveiled in place of the current six screens.A temporary advertising banner will replace the screens.The new screen will flash advertisements to the 100 million people who are estimated to pass by each year as well as news, sport and weather updates. The lights, in full illumination, in November 2014 Source: PA Wire/PA ImagesThe last time the lights went out for a lengthy spell was in 1939, when cities turned off their lights during the war. They were not switched back on until 1949.They have since been turned off during the funerals of Winston Churchill and Princess Diana and for environmental campaigns, while also suffering the occasional power cut.Perrier was the first brand to appear in lights on Piccadilly Circus in 1908, while Coca-Cola has been a fixture on the corner of Regent Street and Piccadilly since 1954.© – AFP, 2017Read: Search for missing flight MH370 called off after 2 yearsRead: ‘Brexit means Brexit’: We’ve now got an idea of what that actually means http://jrnl.ie/3190349 39,769 Views Tuesday 17 Jan 2017, 7:11 AM Jan 17th 2017, 7:11 AM 27 Comments Lights out – Piccadilly Circus kills its world-famous advertising screens for the first time since WWII The last time the lights were dimmed, barring power cuts, was 1949. Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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Wheres Cork How a Liverpool legend ended up in the League of

first_img By Paul Fennessy Follow us: the42.ie 29,847 Views Image: EMPICS Sport ‘Where’s Cork?’ How a Liverpool legend ended up in the League of Ireland Terry McDermott, a three-time European Cup winner, had a short stint with the Rebel Army in 1985. Short URL He offered me a contract,” McDermott tells The42. “It was all different then — now, once your contract’s up you can do what you want. In those days, you couldn’t. They’d keep your registration.“I didn’t want to leave. The last thing I wanted to do was leave Newcastle. We got promotion. Kevin (Keegan) had retired.Arthur Cox, the manager, left. He didn’t agree with the changes (at the club). Jack was there. I drove from Ascot Racecourse to Newcastle. I said: ‘Jack, you wanted to see me.’ I went all the way up there. I was getting married three days later.“Jack said: ‘There’s your (new) contract.’ I said: ‘That’s the same contract I was on last year.’ He said: ‘Yeah, it’s good money, isn’t it?’ I said: ‘Hang on, I took a big drop in my wages to move from Liverpool to Newcastle — a big drop.’ I got promotion and I’m (supposed to be) getting rewarded, which is normal.I said: ‘We’ve won the league and you’re saying it’s the same money.’ We’re going into (what is now the Premier League). He said: ‘Yeah, it’s a good salary.’ I said: ‘You might think so, but I don’t.’ I said: ‘Well, I’m off.’ As I went walking off, he shouts: ‘You’ll be back.’ So I just turn around and said: ‘You fucking watch.’ And I never went back.”The falling out meant McDermott was left in limbo. The fact that the club still had his registration meant he couldn’t sign for anyone else, though the Magpies needed to keep paying his wages or he would be allowed leave on a free transfer. Ostracised from St James’ Park, the out-of-favour star kept fit by running around his local golf course, and after two months, Newcastle finally relented and stopped paying his wages, thereby enabling him to depart.Without a club for several months thereafter, a 33-year-old McDermott eventually joined Cork City in January 1985, with the Leesiders only recently having been elected to the League of Ireland.There was a little bit of the season gone, and most of the teams had got the players that they wanted on the budgets that they had,” he recalls.“Then I got a phone call from (then-Cork manager) Tony Allen. He said ‘Cork’ and I said: ‘Where’s Cork?’ He said it’s in Ireland, it’s a lovely place, you’ll love it. Would you come down now? We’ll get you fit.” IN 1980, TERRY McDermott was at the peak of his powers. He was named both the PFA Players’ Player of the Year and Football Writers’ Association Footballer of the Year.It was an impressive achievement, particularly given that he was part of a legendary Liverpool side, which included club icons such as Kenny Dalglish, Graeme Souness and Alan Hansen.By that point, McDermott had already helped his side secure two European Cups, and he would go on to claim a third winners’ medal in the competition the following season.In total, the Kirkby native would win five league titles with the Reds, although he is reluctant to count the 1975-76 campaign, as he was still settling into the side then and made just nine appearances that season.So rather improbably, less than five years after being named player of the year by both his peers and the football writers, McDermott found himself playing in the League of Ireland.The midfielder, who made over 200 appearances for Liverpool and won 25 England caps, left the Reds in 1982.McDermott says he ideally would have loved to have spent his entire career at Liverpool, but by the end of his time there, first-team football was far from assured, while his reputation for drinking and acting “daft” did not help matters.The star’s disillusionment with the situation at Anfield coupled with the allure of linking up with former Reds teammate Kevin Keegan at Newcastle prompted him to join the Magpies in September 1982, despite the club struggling in the Second Division at the time.Nevertheless, with notable young players including Chris Waddle and Peter Beardsley, the side won promotion to the top flight in McDermott’s second season there, going up after finishing third in the 1983-84 campaign.Everything appeared to be going well, until Jack Charlton — who was two years away from taking charge of Ireland — replaced Arthur Cox as manager. McDermott and his new boss fell out instantaneously. McDermott won 25 caps for England and featured in the squad for the 1982 World Cup. Source: EMPICS SportThe commitment was not a particularly big one for McDermott. He was allowed to live in England and would fly across the water on the Friday ahead of the game.“They said: ‘We’ll fly you over the day before the game, we’ll fly you back the day of the game or the day after. We’ll give you a little brown envelope (with cash).I said: ‘Yeah, I need to get fit, though I’m quite fit anyway.’ They said: ‘Come down, we’ll see how things go. I was there for a few games. And I loved it, it was great.“(When I first arrived) the chairman and the manager said: ‘Come on, we’ll go and meet some people.’ I got there on Saturday afternoon. They took me to Kinsale. It was lovely.He said: ‘Are you having a drink?’ And we went on a pub crawl really to meet some business people. I said: ‘I’ll have a coke,’ and then I had a shandy.Then I said: ‘I’ll have half a lager, go on.’ He said: ‘Are you having another one?’ I said: ‘No, we’ve got a game tomorrow don’t forget.’ He said: ‘You have your bed, Jesus, you’ll be fine.’Five hours later I’ve had about 12 pints. I said ‘I’ve got to go now, fucking hell, it’s seven o’clock at night.’ I’ve a game tomorrow and have had a load of pints down me. He said: ‘Don’t be worried.’”Despite the less than ideal preparation for games, McDermott was “used to it,” with English football at the time notorious for its booze culture. He managed one goal in his seven appearances for the club, with Cork ending that season ninth in the league out of 16 teams.“I really enjoyed it. It took me to some lovely places,” he adds.“I think there was a bit of fanfare (when I arrived), yeah. There was already another Englishman (Trevor Parr) there, so I mucked in with him.But I’m just a normal person, it doesn’t matter who I played for. I was just the same as the lads with a (Cork) shirt on.”McDermott admits, however, that the standard in Ireland was not what he was used to in England.There was a big difference,” he recalls. “I’d be making the runs I used to make at Liverpool and unfortunately, the players couldn’t find you because they’re not looking for you.“When I did that for Liverpool, I could get Ray Kennedy, Jimmy Case, Graeme Souness, knocking balls into space where I could do my stuff and score a goal or two. But players (at that level) aren’t looking for those sort of balls.”McDermott soon left his short-term deal at Cork after receiving a phone call from former Newcastle teammate and ex-Northern Ireland player Tommy Cassidy, the then-manager of APOEL. After his brief stint in Ireland, McDermott spent two years with the Cypriot club, winning the league and Super Cup during his time there before retiring.The former Liverpool star would also later go on to become assistant manager at a number of clubs, including the Newcastle side that came desperately close to winning the Premier League in the 1995-96 season, losing a famous 4-3 game to Liverpool at Anfield in the process.Moreover, the former midfielder is far from the only star to make an appearance in Irish football, with legends including George Best, Bobby Charlton and Dixie Dean also having brief stints there towards the latter end of their respective careers.Look out on the site this weekend for our in-depth interview with Terry McDermott, in which he discusses the highs and lows of his time at Liverpool.Terry Mac: Living For The Moment – My Autobiography is published by Trinity Mirror Sport Media. More info here.The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! Terry McDermott won five league titles and three European Cups with Liverpool.center_img Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Apr 25th 2017, 9:32 PM 11 Comments Tuesday 25 Apr 2017, 9:32 PM https://the42.ie/3357643 Bale ruled out of Champions League semi-finals as El Clasico start backfires>Ireland to face Northern Ireland as Women’s World Cup qualifying draw is made> Terry McDermott won five league titles and three European Cups with Liverpool. Image: EMPICS Sport Share37 Tweet Email4 last_img read more

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Creepy Buglike Bots Unveiled at Japanese Robotics Conference

first_img Evan Rachel Wood Just As Disturbed by Humanoid Sophia As Everyone ElseMIT’s Thread-Like Robot Slides Through Blood Vessels In the Brain Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on targetcenter_img At the Move conference, hosted at the University of Tokyo, a swarm of crawling mechanical research projects got their public debut. These bots, a product of the Yamanaka research lab, were built to demonstrate and test different types of locomotion and show a responsive robotic design. Part art exhibit, part robo-prototype, artists are able to adjust various parameters as the bots move. While mesmerizing, these things are absolutely freaky. One, in the video below, looks like a dismembered spine’s grown dozens of legs and started crawling across the table. Its companion resembles a tachikoma from Ghost in the Shell. The two crawly bois gently collide as someone squees in the background. And, yeah, it is super cute. But only if you don’t stop to think of the gruesome ends the bots will have for have us.Some time down the line, I suspect that the bots will be chopping us to bits and using our parts — spines, organs, whatever — as their scurrying, swarming little minions. And the worst of it is that we’re doing the research for them. Now all the future bots need do is copy our designs. But, putting the paranoid brain aside for just a moment, other demos were even more bizarre, albeit substantially less morbid. One, is a bipedal quadcopter drone. Don’t ask why, it’s just a thing now. But, if you’re interested in how, there’s a full explainer that shows the team behind the weird walking drone essentially used machine learning algorithms to generate a walking gait that matched the movement and pitch, roll, and yaw of the drone. It’s cool, but definitely on the artsy side in its presentation. And y’know what? That’s okay. We can express ourselves as humans through semi-autonomous sculpture. Just know that these quadcopters will be used to drag our broken bodies around the busted-up and bombed out cities of some not-distant-enough-future. I warned you. last_img read more

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Solari leaves out Bale Modric ahead of Real Madrid debut

first_imgReal Madrid interim coach Santiago Solari has omitted Gareth Bale and Luka Modric ahead of his first game in charge of the senior teamFollowing Julen Lopetegui’s sacking on Monday, Real Madrid Castilla boss Solari was promoted as interim coach while the club begins their search for a permanent replacement.Due to La Liga regulations, Real have just two weeks to name Lopetegui’s successor with Antonio Conte the reported frontrunner to take over.But, for now at least, Solari’s attention will remain on the pitch with Real set to face UD Melilla in the Copa del Rey tonight.And the Argentine has made a big call by resting both Bale and Modric from the squad list on Twitter.Although Sergio Ramos, Karim Benzema and Casemiro have been included along with teenage superstar Vinicius Junior.Sergio Ramos, Real MadridZidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.Under Lopetegui, Vinicius experienced just 12 minutes of action for the first-team and has spent the majority of his debut campaign playing under Solari with Castilla.The European champions will next play Real Valladolid in La Liga on Saturday at the Santiago Bernabeu.✅ ¡Nuestros convocados para el partido contra el Melilla! #RMCopa pic.twitter.com/t3Ky10wX6M— Real Madrid C.F.⚽ (@realmadrid) October 31, 2018last_img read more

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KPBSD Passes Budget For FY2020

first_imgKPBSD Superintendent Sean Dusek: “We look forward to community participation in the process, especially as the State and Borough deal with economic issues that directly impact school funding.” Residents have asked the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly to “step up” and help lessen the impact to local schools by funding to the max at the borough level. Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Charlie Pierce: “The truth of the matter is for the educators out there, it’s simple math. You’re going to take a $20 million dollar hit from the state, we’re (the borough) going to take about a $20 million dollar hit from the state, that’s $40 million dollars. There is no way that we can fund you to the cap, and even if we did it’s not going to make a real big difference, you’re going to take a $20 million dollar hit. The Kenai Peninsula School District will look different next year.”  Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District has passed a ‘status quo’ budget for the FY20. The budget was passed at the School Board’s Monday night meeting. Governor Mike Dunleavy released an amended FY20 budget in February for the state. The budget proposes a significant reduction to education funding throughout the state. The school district faces a $22.4 million dollar reduction in state funding under the current budget proposal.center_img The total budget of $145,387,469, which includes general fund revenue, full funding from the borough, and $52 million in local and state funding. State funding reductions directly link to how much the borough can fund education for the school district, which results in an even further reduction to education funding to KPBSD, according to Dusek. The mayor and his administration are scheduled to present a final budget to the borough assembly by early May. According to Pierce, regardless of how and when the state finalizes its budget, “the borough administration has taken proactive steps to prepare for fiscal uncertainty”.last_img read more

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Post Freddie Gray Death Baltimore Panel OKs 200K to Boost Police Van

first_imgBALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore officials have approved spending $200,000 for equipment police say will improve the safety of the department’s vans.The Board of Estimates voted Wednesday to authorize the funds for new compartments in 13 existing vans and 10 more the police department is purchasing.The issue of safety in police transport vans gained wide attention after the death of Freddie Gray a week after his neck was broken during a van ride.The new design aims to create more space and includes seats accessible from the side of the van. It also adds bumpers on seats to keep prisoners from sliding and straps prisoners can hang onto to while handcuffed.last_img

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Call of Duty Ghosts vs Battlefield 4 Which battlefield will call you

first_imgThe Call of Duty and Battlefield franchises are so well established at this point that you pretty much know what you’re going to get. Fragging, “tactical” shooting, a ton of racist 12-year-olds on voice chat, fun stunts with vehicles and knives appearing on YouTube, people complaining about vehicles and knives on forums, and perhaps the best video game glitch in the history of code… you know you love every minute of it.Even though you know what you’re getting with either franchise, you’re going to be sinking a bunch of time into whichever one you choose, so in order to help you make this pivotal decision in your life, we’ve compiled some things you perhaps didn’t know about the two series and their newest installments.Battlefield: Boat CombatGameplayOn the next-gen consoles, Battlefield 4 will run at 720p on the Xbox One, and 900p on the PlayStation 4. Both will be upscaled to 1080p. As a result, the Xbox One version will have noticeable aliasing, but will look a little more crisp. The PS4 version will have a slightly higher frame rate, and will be able to recover from dips in the frame rate a little more quickly.On the next-gen consoles, Call of Duty: Ghosts will run at 720p on the Xbox One, and 1080p on the PlayStation. Both versions will run at 60fps.BF4 will feature multiplayer matches up to 64 players in size, whereas Call of Duty: Ghosts has a max size of 18 (on next-gen consoles and PC). However, the multiplayer modes are different, so the player-size isn’t entirely accurate for the quality of the matches.Call of Duty: Ghosts requires 50GB of hard drive space to install on the PC, while Battlefield 4 requires 30GB.Call of Duty: SpaceghostFactoidsAltogether, there have been 24 Battlefield iterations and expansions, and 21 Call of Duty iterations and expansions. Surprising that CoD has churned out less titles.During E3 this year, Battlefield 4 heavily focused on boat combat, while Call of Duty: Ghosts focused heavily on a new dog character.Battlefield 2 has an expansion called Modern Combat, which is similar enough to Call of Duty’s breakout sequel, Modern Warfare. We suppose warfare is on a larger scale than combat.Fox is developing an hour-long Battlefield: Bad Company action comedy TV show, whereas Call of Duty had a collectable card game in development that never went to production.Before Battlefield 4, the series has sold around 60 million units, while Call of Duty — pre-Ghosts — has sold twice that.Both games are published by the two companies that are seen as the most evil in the gaming industry, Electronic Arts and Activision, so good job not supporting them, you guys.In all, you likely know by now that Battlefield is the more tactical game of the pair, while Call of Duty is the more first-person-shootery. Battlefield multiplayer always has the most amusing stunts, but Call of Duty: Ghosts has that dog, and something will surely happen to it that’ll break your heart into so many pieces that you’ll end up venting your emotions by insulting some preteen’s mom over voice chat the second you load up multiplayer.Battlefield 4 is currently out on PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. It will release for PS4 on November 12, and on Xbox One on November 19 — both a few days before each console’s release. Call of Duty: Ghosts released on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 on November 5, while the PS4 version will release on November 15, and the Xbox One version will release on November 22.last_img read more

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Colins NFC East Preseason Predictions

first_img Watch Colin explain it all.The Philadelphia Eagles will repeat as NFC East champions pic.twitter.com/jzwVkSZXZx— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) July 13, 2018 Today, Colin continued his NFL preseason conference predictions by picking the NFC East.Colin thinks the division as a whole will be more competitive from top to bottom with Ezekiel Elliott eligible for the Cowboys for the entire season, and a significantly improved Giants under new head coach Pat Shurmur.Colin still thinks Philly wins it again at 11-5, but pull back due to Super Bowl hangover and a more competitive overall division. The Cowboys finish second at 9-7, but still struggle due to lack of dynamic playmakers on the outside and questions in the secondary.The Giants improve to .500 (8-8) after a miserable 3-13 season thanks to key offseason signings on both sides of the ball, a healthy Odell Beckham, and the addition of Saquon Barkley. More importantly they re-establish some organizational stability after the chaos under Ben McAdoo. The Redskins finish last at 6-10 after swapping out Kirk Cousins for Alex Smith, and still can’t figure out how to get the offense humming like it was under Sean McVay. Advertisementlast_img read more

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A Huge Achievement in Math Shows the Limits of Symmetries

first_imgSuccess for Robert Zimmer is defined differently these days. As the president of the University of Chicago since 2006, he’s made headlines for landing nine-figure financial gifts and writing op-eds in defense of campus free speech. But before Zimmer was a university president he was a mathematician. And long after he left serious research behind, the research plan he set in motion is finally paying off.A year ago a trio of mathematicians solved what’s called Zimmer’s conjecture, which has to do with the circumstances under which geometric spaces exhibit certain kinds of symmetries. Their proof stands as one of the biggest mathematical achievements in recent years. It settles a question that emerged for Zimmer during a period of intense intellectual activity in the late 1970s and early 1980s.“I’d say for five years I never went to sleep without thinking about this, every night, so it was pretty obsessing and it’s just great to see people [solve] it,” said Zimmer.As a general rule, the more dimensions a geometric space has, the more symmetries it can have. You can see this with the circle, which exists on a two-dimensional plane, and a ball, which extends into three dimensions: There are more ways to rotate a ball than to rotate a circle. The ball’s extra dimensions create additional symmetries.Zimmer’s conjecture concerns special kinds of symmetries known as higher-rank lattices. It asks if the dimension of a geometric space limits whether or not those types of symmetries apply. The authors of the new work — Aaron Brown and Sebastian Hurtado-Salazar of the University of Chicago and David Fisher of Indiana University — showed that below a certain dimension, these special symmetries can’t be found. They proved Zimmer’s conjecture true.Their work settles one important longstanding question and opens the way to investigating many others. It also reveals something deeply intrinsic to geometric spaces. Symmetry is one of the most basic qualities to understand about such spaces. This new work says in precise fashion: These symmetries can exist in one type of space, but not in another. The achievement comes after progress on the conjecture had been stalled for decades. Lucy Reading-Ikkanda/Quanta MagazineZimmer had a good reason for using this looser version of symmetry in his conjecture. The special higher-rank lattices involved in his conjecture were first studied in the 1960s by Grigory Margulis, who won the Fields Medal for his work. Margulis gave a complete description of which kinds of spaces can be transformed by these higher-rank lattices when you permit only rigid transformations.Zimmer’s conjecture was a natural continuation of Margulis’ work. It starts with the list of spaces on which higher-rank lattices can act — the list that Margulis found — and asks whether this list expands when you allow the lattices to act in less rigid ways.In their new work, the three mathematicians prove that relaxing the definition of symmetry doesn’t actually change when higher-rank lattice symmetries apply. Even when you allow the lattices to transform a space in very irregular ways — by shearing, bending, stretching — the lattices are still tightly restricted in where they can act.“Because you’ve added so much flexibility into the problem, the immediate naive intuition is of course these lattices can act. So it’s surprising that the answer is no, in some cases, they can’t,” Fisher said. “It looked like the kind of conjecture that could keep people busy for quite a while,” said Amie Wilkinson, a mathematician at the University of Chicago who earlier this year organized a conference about the new proof. “And in relatively simple fashion, they demolished the question.”Satisfying SymmetriesSymmetry is among the first geometric concepts kids encounter in mathematics. Through hands-on manipulation, they see that it’s possible to rotate, flip and slide shapes around and end up with the shape they started with. This preservation of an object under change has a satisfying resonance — it’s a hint of a deep sense of order in the universe.Mathematicians have their own formal language for studying symmetry. The language provides them with a concise way to think about all the different symmetries that apply to a given geometric space. Lucy Reading-Ikkanda/Quanta MagazineLattices can exist in spaces of any number of dimensions. In three-dimensional space the lattice might be made of cubes instead of squares. In four dimensions and higher you can no longer picture the lattice, but it works the same way; mathematicians can precisely describe it. The groups of interest in Zimmer’s conjecture are those involving special “higher-rank” lattices, which are lattices in certain higher-dimensional spaces. “This weird grid would be very beautiful to see if you could see it, even though I can’t,” said Hurtado-Salazar. “My guess is it would be very nice to see.”Throughout the 20th century, mathematicians discovered these groups in many different settings — not just geometry, but in number theory, logic and computer science as well. When new groups are discovered it’s natural to ask — what kinds of spaces exhibit these particular collections of symmetries?Sometimes it’s obvious when groups can’t be applied to a space. It takes just a moment to realize that the symmetry group of the circle can’t be applied to the square. Rotate the square by 10 degrees, for example, and you don’t get back the square you started with. But the combination of a group with infinite symmetries and a space with many dimensions makes it hard to determine whether or not the group applies.“As you get more complicated groups in much higher dimension,” said Zimmer, “these questions become much more complex.”Loose ConnectionsWhen we think of symmetry, we picture a whole shape being rotated, like a square turned clockwise 90 degrees. At a granular level, though, symmetry is really about moving points. To transform a space by symmetry means to take each point in the space and move it to some other point in the space. In that light, rotating a square clockwise by 90 degrees really means: Take each point on the square and rotate it clockwise 90 degrees so that it ends up on a different edge from where it started. This business of moving around points can be done in more or less rigid fashion. The most familiar symmetry transformations — reflect a square over its diagonal, or rotate the square 90 degrees — are very rigid. They’re rigid in the sense that they don’t really scramble the points. Points that were vertices before the reflection are still vertices after the reflection (just different vertices) and points that formed straight edges before the reflection still form straight edges after the reflection (just different straight edges).There are looser, more flexible types of symmetry transformations, though, and these are the ones of interest in Zimmer’s conjecture. In these transformations, points are more thoroughly reorganized; they don’t necessarily maintain their prior relationship with one another after a transformation has been applied. For example, you could move each point on the square three units around the perimeter of the square — that satisfies the basic requirements of a symmetry transformation, that it simply move every point in the space to some new position in the space. Aaron Brown, coauthor of the new proof, described what these looser kinds of transformations could look like in the context of a ball.“You could take the north and south poles and twist them in opposite directions. Distances and points would get pulled apart,” Brown said.When you’re talking about a grid, instead of just shifting the grid in the plane, you’re allowed to twist the grid, or stretch it in some places and contract it in others, so that the transformed grid no longer overlays perfectly on the starting grid. These types of transformations are less rigid. They’re called diffeomorphisms.center_img The square, for example, has eight symmetries — eight ways that it can be flipped or rotated to get back a square. By contrast, the circle can be rotated by any number of degrees; it has infinite symmetries. Mathematicians take all of the symmetries for a given geometric object, or space, and package them into a “group.”Groups are objects of interest in their own right. They often emerge through the study of a particular geometric space, but they also appear in entirely nongeometric contexts. Sets of numbers can form groups, for example. (Consider: There’s a certain symmetry to being able to add +5 or –5 to a number.)“A group can in principle arise as a symmetry of all sorts of things,” said Zimmer.There are more exotic forms of symmetry than the ones we learn in elementary school. Consider, for example, the symmetries of lattices. The simplest lattice is just a two-dimensional grid. In the plane, you can shift the lattice up, down, left or right any number of squares and end up with a lattice that looks exactly like the one you started with. You could also reflect the lattice over any individual square in the grid. Spaces equipped with lattices have an infinite number of different lattice symmetries. “It tells you there is something very fundamental about how [spaces] are put together that reflect whether they can have these actions,” said Wilkinson.Zimmer’s conjecture is just a first step in a bigger program. By answering the conjecture, the coauthors of the new work have placed a rough-cut restriction on the spaces in which higher-rank lattices can act. The next and even more ambitious phase of work is to focus on just those spaces in which the lattices do appear — and then to classify all the different ways in which those lattices transform those spaces.“The program ultimately should be able to classify all these ways. 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