OTTAWA — The upstart People’s Party of Canada is making another bid to get leader Maxime Bernier onto the official debate stage during this fall’s election campaign.The Leaders’ Debates Commission had asked the party to provide a list of three to five candidates it believed had the best chance of winning, which would help organizers decide if the PPC met a requirement for participation in the broadcast debates in October.In a letter to the commission made public today, Bernier writes his young party doesn’t have the money to conduct detailed polling to figure out where support is most concentrated, giving the party its best chance at a seat in the House of Commons.Instead, the party is providing organizers with a list of prominent candidates who are better known in their ridings and would carry that advantage into the campaign.Among them are Bernier, former Conservative MPs Steven Fletcher and Corneliu Chisu, and former Toronto mayor Rob Ford’s widow Renata Ford who is looking to unseat Science Minister Kirsty Duncan.Bernier also argues that the number of social media searches and the coverage he has received in traditional media is “clear proof” of the electorate’s interest in his party, necessitating his place on the debate stage.The Canadian Press
Responding to the report he apologised only “for the failures of the process” and pointed out that Bell, while regarded by many as a hero for his work against Nazism, was “accused of great wickedness”. Mrs Whitley, who lives in a care home, told the BBC that the report, and the Archbishop’s response, made her “really very down”. “I’m absolutely determined to get this clear before I die. You know, he’s a blood relation. And I know he’s a good man. And I know this sort of thing didn’t ever happen,” she said. The only surviving relative of Bishop George Bell has called for the Archbishop of Canterbury to resign as she says she is “determined” to clear his name before her death. Bishop Bell’s niece Barbara Whitley, 93, said she was left feeling “very shaky” when the Carlile review into the Church’s handling of abuse allegations against Bell came out last week. Lord Carlile found that the Church was wrong to publicly name Bell and the former Bishop of Chichester had been “hung out to dry” by leaders who were too focused on protecting the Church’s reputation. The Archbishop, Justin Welby, was in post when the Church apologised for Bell’s alleged abuse in 2015. Asked if the Archbishop should resign, she said he should. Last week Bell’s friends and supporters criticised the Archbishop for his response.Dr Ruth Hildebrandt Grayson, the daughter of Bishop Bell’s friend Franz Hildebrandt, said Bishop Bell’s family deserved a personal apology from the Archbishop and the Bishop of Chichester. “The Church can’t have its cake and eat it. Either he is innocent, in which case they must apologise, or he is guilty, which they can’t prove, and the report makes clear that they have not proved,” she told this newspaper. The Church wrote to Mrs Whitley last week to apologise for the pain caused to her and her family. Lord Carlile also said the Archbishop’s comments were “very disappointing”. Bishop Bell, who died in 1958, was accused by a woman known as “Carol” of sexually abusing her when she was between five and eight years old. She first came forward in 1995 and wrote to the Church again in 2012 and 2013 to reiterate her complaint. Lord Carlile did not make a finding on whether the allegations were true or false but said a case against Bell would have been unlikely to succeed in court. The Church also refused to accept one of Lord Carlile’s recommendations, that alleged abusers should not be publicly named where the allegations are disputed, unless facts are found to substantiate them, and naming them is deemed to be in the public interest. 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. I’m absolutely determined to get this clear before I die.Barbara Whitley
The family of a Windrush migrant who was trying to prove his British citizenship when he died walked out of his inquest after their lawyer had a series of heated exchanges with the coroner.Relatives of Dexter Bristol, who collapsed in the street and died while caught up in the immigration scandal, had wanted to make submissions to the court about the role Home Office policy might have played in his death.But coroner Dr William Dolman ruled that the Home Office should not be an interested party in the inquest because its policy was not relevant to the immediate circumstances of the 57-year-old’s death.After unsuccessfully applying for an adjournment at St Pancras Coroner’s Court for a judicial review, Mr Bristol’s mother, Sentina Bristol, said the family were “disappointed” and fighting for justice.Speaking after leaving Tuesday’s hearing, she said: “We want justice, that’s what we’re fighting for – justice. That’s what I would like to see happen.” The family are deeply upset at the way you spoke to mefamily lawyer Una Morris She added that the situation has caused “a lot of stress” and said: “It’s been going on for the past two years and it’s all to do with immigration most of the time.”Before the family asked the court to rise so they could withdraw, there were heated exchanges between Dr Dolman and the Bristol family’s lawyer. Una Morris repeatedly tried to make submissions to the court about the role Home Office policy might have played in his death.But Dr Dolman accused her of “trying to tell me how to run my court” and repeatedly ordered her to sit down. He abruptly called a break after the heated exchange between the two of them.Dr Dolman later apologised to Ms Morris and Mr Bristol’s family, saying: “I didn’t mean any discourtesy at all.”Ms Morris responded: “My concern isn’t for myself as much as the impact on the family, the family are deeply upset at the way you spoke to me.” Mr Bristol’s immigration lawyer Jacqueline McKenzie said after the hearing: “It’s really distressing that the family decided that they couldn’t participate in the proceedings – I think that’s really sad, but I think they were quite right to do so.”I think the start of the proceedings were very, very difficult, I think the coroner did not show courtesy to the family or to their legal team so I understand how they feel.”She added: “We saw at the outset a very robust person, but distressed by the fact that he was having to prove his status in the country, even though he had been here since 1968. Sentina Bristol, right, speaks to the media outside St Pancras Coroner’s Court Credit:Nick Ansell /PA In ruling that the Home Office should not be an interested party, Dr Dolman said it is “absolutely clear that he was under some sort of distress or pressure”, but that this did not come solely from his immigration status.Mr Bristol died of natural causes on March 31, having suffered acute heart failure.He had not visited his GP for more than a year and believed he could not change surgeries unless he could prove his immigration status.He also could not get a job because he did not have documents proving his right to work. Mr Bristol, who lived in Camden, north London, died shortly before a letter arrived suggesting a breakthrough in his case. Talking about the coroner’s exchanges with her lawyer, Mrs Bristol said: “Although he wasn’t speaking direct to me, he was very rude.”Dr Dolman later concluded that Mr Bristol died from natural causes, an acute cardiac arrhythmia.He added: “I accept from the evidence that the deceased was suffering from a great deal of stress at the time.”He passed his sympathy on to the family and said: “I am so sorry that they are not here to have heard the evidence.”All that might have been asked I have tried to ask on their behalf.” “He was prepared to fight, but as the months went on and he was required to find more evidence it became very difficult and we saw him just decline into a shadow of himself.” 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.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedCPL 2018: New Warriors authentic merchandise available at ticketing officeJuly 28, 2018In “Sports”Cricket Fever: CPL tickets for Guyana leg go on sale from tomorrowJuly 20, 2017In “latest news”Tickets for Warriors September matches go on sale from MondayAugust 11, 2018In “latest news” Guyana’s Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Ticketing Office and Merchandise Store, located at 238 Camp and Quamina Streets, Georgetown, opened its doors on Friday morning to be greeted by a throng of passionate early bird fans, who were all seeking to ensure their presence when the CPL action gets underway in Guyana.The rush has begun for a chance to view the “Biggest Party in Sport” in Guyana, with patrons gathering to get a first grab at their tickets at the office located on 238 Camp and Quamina Streets, Georgetown (Carl Crooker Photo)Guyana Amazon Warriors Operations Manager Omar Khan had urged fans to purchase their tickets at the earliest possible opportunity, given that there is no restriction on how many tickets one person can purchase.He told this publication: “All preparations are in full swing for CPL 2017. Lots of excitement (is already in the air, and) people are (already turning) up for their tickets. Already, (our) phones are ringing off the hook”.He is advising the public: “Come out early and get your tickets. There is an orderly system in place for you to get tickets. Fans should take advantage of having no hassle.”Khan also disclosed that the central body for CPL in other franchises considers Guyana a role model in terms of staging matches. He said Guyana’s ticket sales have started “way ahead of some other venues, who wait (to start selling tickets) until two weeks prior to the start of their first matches”.Khan contended that the early release of tickets gives all fans an equal opportunity to purchase same, and he said Guyana is the only venue which will have seat-numbered tickets, which gives patrons an option to select a seat of their choice, once same is available.Ticketing offices are expected to be opened in Berbice and Essequibo next week.Warriors’ Media/Marketing Officer and Assistant Operations Manager, John Ramsingh, explained that children’s tickets will not be on sale, since tickets are being sold as per seat.Ramsingh also advised against persons bringing chairs onto the grass mound, since this may inconvenience other patrons.Patrons can purchase their tickets from 09:00 hrs to 17:00hrs from Monday to Friday, and from 9:00 hrs to 13:00 hrs on Saturdays.Corporate companies/ organizations wishing to purchase tickets can contact the ticketing office for further details on how to do so.The cost per ticket for this year’s CPL games are as follows: RED AND GREEN STANDS, Gy$5,000; ORANGE STAND, Gy$3,000; GRASS MOUND, Gy$2,500.Car passes for inside the stadium are being sold for $1500, while car passes for parking between the stadium and the Ramada Princess Hotel cost $500 each.Four (4) exciting and high quality games are to be played in Guyana as follows:* Thursday, 17th August : Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Jamaica Tallawahs at 18:00 hrs* Saturday, 19th August: Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Trinbago Knight Riders at 12 noon* Sunday, 20th August: Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Barbados Tridents at 18:00 hrs* Tuesday, 22nd August: Guyana Amazon Warriors vs St Lucia Stars at 18:00 hrsThe Amazon Warriors squad comprises of Martin Guptill, Rayad Emrit, Sohail Tanveer, Christopher Lynn, Jason Mohammed, Chadwick Walton, Rashid Khan, Steven Taylor, Keon Joseph, Gajanand Singh, Roshon Primus, Veerasammy Permaul, Assad Fudadin, Steven Jacobs, Steven Katwaroo, Keemo Paul and Muhammad Ali Khan. (Akeem Greene)
Bosch, the supplier of technology and services to the mining industry, told IM at the Mining Indonesia show in Jakarta last week that it is expanding its portfolio of products and services in the country to address the changing landscape of the mining industry. This includes increasing its service offering for mining and industrial machinery in Kalimantan this year. “Mining remains one of Indonesia’s economic pillars and contributors to the country’s GDP. Despite facing challenging market fluctuations, our footprint in key mining hubs is our commitment to our customers as we work towards a sustainable recovery of the mining industry,” said Ralf von Baer, Managing Director for Bosch in Indonesia.The decrease in commodity prices has impacted sales of new equipment, thereby extending the lifespans of existing machinery and vehicles in lieu of capital investments. “We are shifting our focus towards ensuring the operability of these machines and maximising cost efficiency throughout the equipment’s lifetime,” said Ronald Suurd, Managing Director of Rexroth in Indonesia, the Drive and Control business of Bosch. “Our robust innovations are designed to deliver reliability and performance, while our extensive service portfolio is tailored to individual requirements, backed by a global service network and application experience.” Suurd told IM Rexroth has 20 service engineers in the country and that the company is in the process of finalising new contracts with other service providers. “There are challenges but also opportunities. The big coal mines are still running meaning some major equipment and components will need overhauling, so we are adding more stock and service capabilities.” The company already has service centres in Medan, Balikpapan (being expanded), and Surabaya, but is adding a new facility in Palembang, Sumatra. Major customers include Kideco, which uses Hagglunds drives on its bucketwheel reclaimers. Other key Hagglunds markets include conveyor, feeder and roll crusher drives. Upgrades available include modernising Hagglunds drives that were delivered with third party pumps, with Hagglunds SP series pumps from Rexroth.Moving back to Bosch, the group is introducing a range of innovations for the Indonesian mining industry. The company’s Automotive Aftermarket business division is launching its advanced synchronised starter motors for off-highway vehicles – one of the first in Indonesia that will improve the durability and reduce operational costs of mining vehicles such as dump trucks. The division will also offer a new range of “robust, heavy duty batteries for off highway vehicles that are backed by three years of warranty assurance.” The Power Tools division, having gained commercial success in mining with its corded range of rotary and demolition hammers and breakers, launched its cordless range of tools powered by Li-ion batteries at Mining Indonesia, to complement the corded range.
Doodle : Keith Haring, le dessinateur qui a fait descendre l’art dans les ruesEn ce 4 mai, Google a décidé de rendre hommage à Keith Haring, l’un des grands noms de l’art contemporain rendu célèbre par ses graffitis et ses tags. Mort prématurément en 1990, il aurait eu 54 ans aujourd’hui. Adieu lettres colorées, aujourd’hui 4 mai le désormais célèbre logo de Google a laissé place à des petits bonhommes colorés et bondissants pour rendre un nouvel hommage. Il y a tout juste 54 ans en Pennsylvanie aux Etats-Unis naissait en effet l’artiste contemporain Keith Haring. Peut-être ce nom ne vous dit pas grand chose mais son oeuvre elle ne peut vous être inconnue. Impossible de ne pas avoir déjà vu quelque part ces petits bonhommes colorés qui lui ont valu une renommée internationale malgré sa mort tragique. Né le 4 mai 1958, Keith Haring se tourne rapidement vers les arts et entreprend dès l’âge de 18 ans des études de graphisme commercial à Pittsburgh. Loin de s’en tenir à ce seul thème, il intègre par la suite l’école des Arts visuels de New York où il va multiplier les disciplines. Au cours des années, il s’essaie au collage, à la peinture, aux installations ou encore à la vidéo mais le dessin reste son mode d’expression préféré. Arpentant les rues de la Grosse Pomme, le jeune Keith va alors découvrir que les musées et les galeries ne sont désormais plus les seuls lieux où l’art peut s’exprimer. La culture a franchi des portes et a conquis de nouveaux territoires : les rues, les trottoirs, les métros, les murs des entrepôts et lieux abandonnés. En effet, dans les années 1980, les graffitis et tags se multiplient, montrant à Keith Haring une nouvelle manière de s’exprimer. Il rencontre alors de nombreux artistes de la vie “underground” et devient notamment ami avec Kenny Scharf ou encore Jean-Michel Basquiat. Des amis avec qui il va organiser ou participer à des expositions, contribuant au développement de la culture alternative à New York et plus particulièrement dans l’East Village. En 1983, il livre l’une de ses oeuvres les plus connues, le bébé rayonnant. Un dessin représentant un nourrisson à quatre pattes qui va devenir par la suite sa signature. Des milliers de dessins dispersés dans les rues de New York Inspiré par le graffiti, Keith Haring est bien décidé à ce que ses oeuvres touchent le plus de monde possible et n’hésite pas pour cela à les réaliser dans les endroits les plus exposés. Armé d’une craie, il commence à dessiner sur des panneaux publicitaires noirs ou grave les dalles de grès des trottoirs. Il réalise ainsi plusieurs milliers de dessins, aux lignes énergiques au risque parfois de se faire arrêter par la police. Utilisant aussi la peinture, il aborde des milliers de thèmes et de personnage, allant du bébé à quatre pattes au chien en passant par des silhouettes androgynes ou des soucoupes volantes.Il donne sa première exposition personnelle en 1982 et rencontre immédiatement un grand succès. En 1985, il est alors invité à participer à la Biennale de Paris. Un évènement qui va permettre à ses oeuvres de franchir les frontières. Participant à de nombreuses expositions internationales, sa renommée va croitre d’année en année, le poussant même à réaliser des commandes. C’est ainsi qu’il va notamment faire la fresque visible à l’hôpital Necker de Paris. Au cours des années suivantes, il collabore également avec de nombreux artistes dans divers domaines, avec Andy Warhol qu’il considère comme son mentor, avec Madonna, avec Grace Jones ou encore avec Timothy Leary, un écrivain américain.Un artiste rattrapé par la maladie À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ? Malheureusement, en 1988, Keith Haring apprend qu’il est infecté par le virus du SIDA. Il décide alors de mettre son art et sa notoriété au service de la lutte contre la maladie, créant en 1989 la Keith Haring Foundation chargée de venir en aide aux enfants et de soutenir les organisations qui luttent contre le sida. Très affaibli, l’artiste décède quelques mois plus tard, le 16 février 1990 des complications dues à la maladie. “Ma contribution au monde est ma capacité à dessiner”, expliquait Keith Haring. Mais son oeuvre pléthorique est allée bien plus loin qu’une simple “contribution”. Le plaçant comme l’une des figures marquantes de sa génération, elle continue aujourd’hui d’influencer de nombreux dessinateurs et graphistes. Le 4 mai 2012 à 16:30 • Maxime Lambert
Stay on target Have Your Taco and Snap Insta-Worthy Pics, Too, at T-MoBell Pop-UpTaco Bell Gives Sneak Peek of Its Insta-Worthy Palm Springs Hotel I used to collect Taco Bell sauce packets—the ones with punny sayings—and pin them to my office cubicle walls.I’m not proud of it. But I’m a sucker for a witticism and kitschy decor.Now, those bon mots are back, and bigger than ever: Taco Bell is rolling out branded tortilla chips, complete with wisecracks and familiar flavors.Starting in May, bags of Fire and Mild snacks will give fans a chance to enjoy “the taste of Taco Bell in tortilla chip form,” each bag designed to mimic the fast food chain’s notoriously saucy wisdom.“This launch of our first line of sauce packet-inspired chips gives our fans a new way to access a taste of Taco Bell,” Marisa Thalberg, chief marketing officer at Taco Bell Corp., said in a statement.“Our sauce packets are one of the brand’s most unique aspects and were the natural choice for both the flavors and packaging of our tortilla chips,” she added.Original Taco Bell sauce packets (via Taco Bell)During an early taste test, the folks at Food & Wine were impressed, announcing that Taco Bell “nailed” the traditional chip.“There’s a flavor profile here for every type of snacker,” according to reporter Elisabeth Sherman.Treat yourself to a bag of Mild chips, seasoned with Taco Bell’s own sauce and featuring hints of three chili peppers and cumin. Sherman described them as cheesy and not “the least bit spicy.”Or challenge your friends to see who can eat the most Fire-y tortillas, flavored with jalapeño, chili peppers, and paprika.“It definitely has more of a kick than the other two, but shouldn’t scare off people who aren’t used to eating spicy foods,” Sherman said, explaining that the level of spice is “less potent than regular Tabasco sauce.”Meanwhile, if you’re more of a salted-chip-and-dip kinda person, check out the Classic option, plain as its bag.“Our focus right now is rolling out our Classic tortilla chips and Mild and Fire sauce-packet tortilla chips,” Taco Bell told Geek in an email. “We will keep you posted if we bring any other flavors to retail shelves in the future.”The news comes just after Sonic Drive-In announced pickle juice slushes, arriving for a limited time in June.Editor’s Note: This story was updated on March 27 with comment from Taco Bell. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
SIPT Opening Statement brings anticipation for evidence, Proceedings resume today TCI: Judge rules there is ‘a case’; all nine defendants will go to trial in September Related Items:andrew mitchell, michael misick, ralph thorne, Sipt Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 10 Dec 2015 – There was no exaggeration or breach when it came to the first or eventual charges brought against Michael Misick, the former Premier of the Turks and Caicos Islands; so says the SIPT lead lawyer Andrew Mitchell as he defended the actions of his client. The Special Investigation and Prosecution Team said the charges were the result of Misick’s own alleged actions of ‘stealing from his fellow citizens and enriching himself.’ Mitchell, who was reading from a translated version of the trial document from Brazil said the evidence put before the Brazilian court was clear and showed that between August 1, 2003 and August 31st, 2009, Misick was accused of the commission of acts which warranted his appearance at a trial and that charges are not related to his political beliefs. Michael Misick’s attorney Ralph Thorne had, the day before, argued that the UK was in breach of trust because they amped up the charges against Misick after he was brought home from being held in a Brazilian prison during the extradition order legal fight. The court transcript from Brazil explained that Michael Misick believed that he became British public enemy number one when he began a campaign to see the Turks and Caicos onto independence. It was explained by the former leader of the Progressive National Party that the single judge, the UK hired prosecutor, the jury right being abolished and a distrust of indigenous Turks and Caicos attorneys all pointed to an abusive process. Misick had filed for political asylum in Brazil in November 2011, and although Brazil rejected the application, the government there made it clear that if convicted, Michael Eugene Misick would serve no more than 20 years in jail. Andrew Mitchell also told Justice Paul Harrison that the specialty rule in this specialty argument has no basis in the Turks and Caicos, because the domestic law does not allow for it. The proceedings continue this morning at 9:30am. Thorne, QC maintains SIPT Trial is political vendetta
Professors Carlos Campadanal, Kansas State University, and Sam Cook, Iowa State University, visit Joseph Asamoa and son of Asamoa Farms, Kumasi, Ghana. Asamoa Farms has been upgrading their slaughter plant in order to qualify as supplier of poultry meat to KFC outlets in Ghana. The Asamoas are interested in the improved quality and reliable supply chain that U.S. soybeans can offer for their feed production line which includes an extruder from Insta-Pro International.The American Soybean Association’s (ASA) World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) recently headed to Ghana and met with U.S. land grant universities and feed specialists on the AMPLIFIES poultry project.Erica Morrow, WISHH project director, Ligaya Diaz, chief of party and James Bernhardt, monitoring and evaluation officer, led ASA’s WISHH program AMPLIFIES Ghana project stakeholders and implementers in a week of meetings and technical visits.Contractors from Kansas State, Iowa State, Oklahoma State and Universities of Kentucky and Ghana met with feed millers, poultry growers and other players in the Ghanaian broiler and layer industry. This U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food for Progress funded project is increasing the efficiencies of the feed value chain, combining both local sources and international trade.WISHH Executive Director Jim Hershey also participated and met with several of the importers which are taking delivery of 10,000 MT of U.S. soybean meal and, in a separate trade, 6,000 MT of U.S. soybeans, all coming later this month.The Ghanaian market has been short of soy protein for several months and likely will absorb these products quickly.
Proof of a company’s ability to survive an economic shock and to prepare for a fresh future went on display Friday morning as Vancouver-based Nautilus Inc. — a manufacturer of fitness equipment — celebrated its new global headquarters amid cheers and claps from its employees.Under a blue sky and a just-getting-warmed-up sun, Bruce Cazenave, CEO of Nautilus, said the opening of the company’s 52,000-square-foot building in east Vancouver represents a recommitment to keep jobs in the community and a repositioning of the company for growth.“This is truly a great day for our company,” Cazenave said. The relocation of Nautilus from offices at Columbia Center at Columbia Tech Center to 17750 S.E. Sixth Way — still inside the Tech Center campus — comes as the company rolls out new products amid a weak economic recovery, including the CoreBody Reformer, a T-shaped device that combines Pilates, dance and yoga.Nautilus — well known for its body-building and cardio machines — posted a profit of $2.35 million, 8 cents per share, for the first six months of 2012. That compares with a net loss of $1.66 million, 5 cents per share, during the first six months of 2011.During the company’s ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday, U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Camas, and Vancouver Mayor Tim Leavitt each made supportive remarks about Nautilus’ focus on helping people get fit and its contributions to the community.
Hardcore science: Jason Fellman, research assistant at University of Alaska Southeast, opens one of the freezers containing snow and ice samples taken from the Juneau Icefield. (Photo by Matt Miller, KTOO – Juneau)Scientists this year started sampling the snow and ice above Southeast Alaska’s glaciers for the particles left from over from forest fires, diesel engines and industrial activity. The particles of black carbon can accelerate warming of glaciers and the atmosphere.The big question is: where does this carbon come from?Listen Now“That’s a core sample right here,” Jason Fellman said as he opened an upright freezer in a University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) research facility located off campus in Juneau. The freezer is filled from top to bottom with plastic bags, packed with about a liter of snow. A nearby chest freezer is partially filled with even more bags of ice and snow.Each of the snow pits dug during the sampling effort were about three feet deep. (Photo courtesy UAS)Fellman is a research assistant professor at UAS who studies how carbon flows through watersheds. He participated in the first-ever effort to sample black carbon from multiple locations on the Juneau Icefield, high above the Capital City.In the early spring, Fellman and his colleagues took surface samples and dug snow pits down about a meter. That gave them an idea of how much black carbon had fallen with the winter and spring snowfall. They returned to the same sites in the summer to find out how much black carbon had accumulated without being deposited by precipitation.Looking closely in these bags of snow, you can’t see the microscopic particles of black carbon, otherwise known as soot.“Visually, it’s really hard to see and they’re pretty small, I think, for the most part,” Fellman said.The total amount of black carbon in the atmosphere is still the subject of ongoing research and debate. But you probably see it in its concentrated form every day.Researchers traveled to ten sites on seven glaciers on the Juneau Icefield in 2016 to find traces of black carbon or soot. (Map courtesy UAS)“If you look at the particulates coming out of a really dirty burning diesel engine like a truck, down the highway it accelerates and you see this black smoke coming out. That’s almost completely black carbon that’s coming out of that engine,” Sarah Doherty said. Doherty is a senior research scientist specializing in atmospheric sciences at the Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean in Seattle.Doherty said black carbon emissions are a public health issue. They’re also a major factor in climate change.“We estimated it’s the second largest climate warming agent after carbon dioxide,” Doherty said. “It’s sort of on par with methane.”But Doherty said you can’t just slow down the earth’s warming by removing black carbon from the atmosphere or all burning sources.“That component contributes a lot to climate warming. But you can’t just remove that component without removing other components that also affect climate,” Doherty said.Surface samples were collected from the Juneau Icefield in July 2016 to determine how much black carbon or soot had been deposited without any precipitation. (Photo courtesy UAS)Any type of burning source also produces organic carbon and sulfates that may scatter light and cool the climate.Doherty said black carbon particles do not break down in the atmosphere. But they’re also chemically inert, meaning they do not react with other substances.“They also get incorporated in cloud droplets,” Doherty said. “So, they get washed out of the atmosphere in rainfall or snowfall.”If any significant deposits of black carbon settle on snow and ice, Doherty said it could kick off more melting in a positive feedback loop.“A sort of change in the evolution in the snow pack itself which, again, makes it less reflective, absorb more sunlight,” Doherty said. “Both of those contribute to the snow melting sooner. Once it starts melting, it gets even darker. It sort of accelerates the snow aging process.”Sonia Nagorski, a UAS assistant professor of geology who helped with the sampling on the Juneau Icefield, said – despite their very small size – black carbon particles can retain additional solar energy as they settle on the snow and ice and accelerate melting of glaciers.“We saw small leaves on the snow. Just little translucent, brown leaves. Most of them were already sunk into the snow like a post hole,” Nagorski said. “Just showing how any kind of dark color absorbs more solar radiation, heat melts the bit of snow right around it. That’s sort of on a big scale what’s happening with black carbon particles.”The UAS sampling project aims to answer two big questions: How is the black carbon affecting the melting of Juneau Icefield’s glaciers? And, is it coming from nearby in town or maybe from across the Pacific Ocean?Once it’s determined exactly how much black carbon is being deposited, then UAS professor of environmental science Eran Hood said they can figure out how much – if at all – it’s affecting the icefield’s albedo, or how much solar energy is reflected back into space.“What we’ve seen so far on the icefield are pretty low concentrations relative to other places on earth where they’ve measured this in Asia or the Pacific Northwest or things like that where there are more localized sources than we have here,” Hood said.The black carbon will also be radiocarbon dated to give a rough idea of its age and determine if it’s anthropogenic, a fossil fuel source, or biogenic, meaning from burned wood.Hood said it’ll also be useful to compare the black carbon found on the Juneau Icefield to other relatively isolated locations.“Is most of what we’re seeing just global background or are there some local sources that might be contributing to what we’re seeing up there? Then, in turn, how much of that is going to influence melting of the icefield?” Hood said.Hood said preliminary results of their black carbon analysis should be available early next year.
Nalgonda: District Additional Superintendent of Police Padmanabha Reddy stated that as many as 107 children working as child labour were rescued in July in Nalgonda district under Operation Muskaan by the district police.On Friday, he released a press statement in Nalgonda and informed that following the instructions of Director General of Police Mahender Reddy, the Operation Muskaan was carried out in the district and three teams constituting police personnel and officials of allied departments took part in operation. Also Read – Vemulawada school seized after road accident Advertise With Us On a tipoff, sudden checks were carried out at different places in the district and 107 children rescued and produced before the Child Protection Committee for further action. The district police have registered as many as 50 cases against the owners who engaged children as labourers in their organisations and establishments. Of the 107 rescued, 39 were identified as natives of other States. Also Read – Non-bailable warrant to Congress leader Renuka Chowdhury Advertise With Us The ASP, in his press statement, warned of taking stringent action against persons who engage children in work. He informed that the details of missing children cases across the country would be updated on Darpan app regularly. The ASP, meanwhile, appreciated Inspector Prabhakar Reddy and other police personnel and officials of allied government departments who played a key role in the success of Operation Muskaan in the district.
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While the inverse cascade effect has been known for decades, a mathematical, quantitative prediction of what that final, stable flow looks like has eluded theorists. But a glimmer of hope came in 2014, when Jason Laurie, now at Aston University in the United Kingdom, and his colleagues published a full description of the flow’s shape and speed under strict, specific conditions. Since then, new simulations, lab experiments and theoretical calculations published as recently as last month have both justified the team’s calculations and explored different cases where their prediction starts to break down.All this might seem like only a thought experiment. The universe is not flat. But geophysicists and planetary scientists have long suspected that real oceans and atmospheres often behave like flat systems, making the intricacies of two-dimensional turbulence surprisingly relevant to real problems.Lucy Reading-Ikkanda/Quanta MagazineAfter all, on Earth, and especially on the gas giant planets like Jupiter and Saturn, weather is confined to thin, flattish slabs of atmosphere. Large patterns like hurricanes or the Gulf Stream — and Jupiter’s huge horizontal cloud bands and Great Red Spot—might all be feeding on energy from smaller scales. In the last few years, researchers analyzing winds both on Earth and on other planets have detected signatures of energy flowing to larger scales, the telltale sign of two-dimensional turbulence. They’ve begun mapping the conditions under which that behavior seems to stop or start. Animation by Goddard Space Flight Center/Cosmos Studios/NASA The hope, for a small but dedicated community of researchers, is to use the quirky but simpler world of two-dimensional fluids as a fresh entry point into processes that have otherwise proved impenetrably messy. “They can actually make progress” in two dimensions, said Brad Marston, a physicist at Brown University, “which is more than what we can say for most of our turbulence work.”Up in the AirOn Sept. 14, 2003, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration sent an aircraft into Isabel, a Category 5 hurricane bearing down on the Atlantic Coast with winds gusting to 203 knots—the strongest readings ever observed in the Atlantic.NOAA wanted to get readings of turbulence at the bottom of a hurricane, crucial data for improving hurricane forecasts. This was the first—and last—time a crewed aircraft ever tried. At its lowest, the flight skimmed just 60 meters above the churning ocean. Eventually salt spray clogged up one of the plane’s four engines, and the pilots lost an engine in the middle of the storm. The mission succeeded, but it was so harrowing that afterward, NOAA banned low-level flights like this entirely. A single term, related to pressure, stood in the way of a solution. So Falkovich just dropped it. By discarding that troublesome term and assuming that the eddies in this system are too short-lived to interact with each other, Falkovich and his colleagues tamed the equations enough to solve the Navier-Stokes equations for this case. Then he tasked Jason Laurie, his postdoc at the time, with running numerical simulations that proved it. “It’s always nice when you have an exact result in turbulence,” Marston said. “Those are rare.”In the team’s 2014 paper, they found a formula for how the velocity in the resulting large flow—a big vortex, in this situation—would change with distance from its own center. And since then, various teams have filled in the theoretical rationale to excuse Falkovich’s lucky shortcut.Hoping for payoff in the pure math of fluids and for insight into geophysical processes, physicists have also pushed the formula outside a simple square box, trying to figure out where it stops working. Just switching from a square to a rectangle makes a dramatic difference, for example. In this case, turbulence feeds river-like flows called jets in which the formula starts to fail.As of now, even the mathematics of the simplest case, the square box, isn’t totally settled. Falkovich’s formula describes the large stable vortex itself, but not the turbulent eddies that still flicker and fluctuate around it. If they vary enough, as they might in other situations, these fluctuations will overwhelm the stable flow. Just in May, though, two former members of Falkovich’s lab—Corentin Herbert, also at ENS, and Anna Frishman of Princeton University—published a paper describing the size of these fluctuations. “It teaches a little bit what the limitations of the approach are,” Herbert said. Created with Wind Tunnel About a decade later, David Byrne got interested in these data. Byrne, a physicist at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, had previously studied turbulent energy transfer in lab experiments. He wanted to see if he could catch the process in nature. He contacted Jun Zhang, an NOAA scientist who had been booked on the very next flight into Isabel (a flight that never took off). By analyzing the distribution of wind speeds, the two calculated the direction in which energy was traveling between large and small fluctuations.Starting at about 150 meters above the ocean and leading up into the large flow of the hurricane itself, turbulence began to behave the way it does in two dimensions, the pair discovered. This could have been because wind shear forced eddies to stay in their respective thin horizontal layers instead of stretching vertically. Whatever the reason, though, the analysis showed that turbulent energy began flowing from smaller scales to larger scales, perhaps feeding Isabel from below.Their work suggests that turbulence may offer hurricanes an extra source of fuel, perhaps explaining why some storms maintain strength even when conditions suggest they should weaken. Zhang now plans to use uncrewed flights and better sensors to help bolster that case. “If we can prove that, it would be really amazing,” he said. On Jupiter, a much larger world with an even flatter atmosphere, researchers have also pinpointed where turbulence switches between two-dimensional and three-dimensional behavior.Wind speed measurements taken by the Voyager probes, which flew past Jupiter in the 1970s, had already suggested that Jupiter’s large flows gain energy from smaller eddies. But in 2017, Peter Read, a physicist at the University of Oxford, and Roland Young, his postdoc at the time, made a wind speed map using data from the space probe Cassini, which swung past Jupiter in 2000 on its way to Saturn. They saw energy flowing into larger and larger eddies, the hallmark of two-dimensional turbulence.But nothing about Jupiter is simple. On smaller scales—across patches of surface about the distance between New York and Los Angeles or less—energy dissipated instead, indicating that other processes must also be afoot. Then in March, the Juno spacecraft orbiting Jupiter found that the planet’s surface features extend deep into its atmosphere. The data suggest that not just fluid dynamics but magnetic fields sculpt the cloud bands.For Freddy Bouchet, who studies turbulence at the École Normale Supérieure (ENS) in Lyon, France, this isn’t too discouraging, since the two-dimensional models can still help. “I don’t think anybody believes the analogy should be perfect,” he said. Turbulence, the splintering of smooth streams of fluid into chaotic vortices, doesn’t just make for bumpy plane rides. It also throws a wrench into the very mathematics used to describe atmospheres, oceans and plumbing. Turbulence is the reason why the Navier-Stokes equations—the laws that govern fluid flow—are so famously hard that whoever proves whether or not they always work will win a million dollars from the Clay Mathematics Institute.But turbulence’s unreliability is, in its own way, reliable. Turbulence almost always steals energy from larger flows and channels it into smaller eddies. These eddies then transfer their energy into even smaller structures, and so on down. If you switch off the ceiling fan in a closed room, the air will soon fall still, as large gusts dissolve into smaller and smaller eddies that then vanish entirely into the thickness of the air.But when you flatten reality down to two dimensions, eddies join forces instead of dissipating. In a curious effect called an inverse cascade, which the theoretical physicist Robert Kraichnan first fished out of the Navier-Stokes equations in the 1960s, turbulence in a flattened fluid passes energy up to bigger scales, not down to smaller ones. Eventually, these two-dimensional systems organize themselves into large, stable flows like vortexes or river-like jets. These flows, rather like vampires, support themselves by sucking away energy from turbulence, instead of the other way around. Progress on PaperAt the end of 2017, Bouchet and Eric Woillez, also at ENS, sketched out their own theoretical account of how two-dimensional fluid flow can describe a rotating system such as the atmosphere of a planet.Their work shows how flows built from smaller turbulence can match the enormous pattern of alternating bands visible on Jupiter through a backyard telescope. That “makes it really relevant for discussing real phenomena,” Bouchet said.Bouchet’s work relies on considering the statistics of the large-scale flows, which exchange energy and other quantities in a balance with their environment. But there’s another path to predicting the form these flows will take, and it starts with those same obstreperous Navier-Stokes equations that lie at the root of fluid dynamics.For two “totally fruitless” years at the beginning of this decade, Gregory Falkovich, a pen-and-paper theorist at Israel’s Weizmann Institute of Science, stared at those equations. He tried to write out how the flow of energy would balance between small turbulent eddies and a bigger flow feeding on them in a simple case: a flat, square box. But their hope, ultimately, is to describe a far richer reality. For Frishman, the pictures returned from Juno’s mission over Jupiter—showing a fantasyland of jets and tornadoes swirling like cream poured into the solar system’s largest coffee—are a driving influence. “If it’s something that I could help understand, that would be cool,” she said.Original story reprinted with permission from Quanta Magazine, an editorially independent publication of the Simons Foundation whose mission is to enhance public understanding of science by covering research developments and trends in mathematics and the physical and life sciences.
Puerto Morelos, Q.R. — The government of Puerto Morelos says they are ready for the upcoming sea turtle season, which they note was a record-breaker last year.Puerto Morelos mayor, Laura Fernandez, says the town is ready for the start of its Marine Turtle Conservation and Management Program that will run from April to November of this year. Ferndndez says that this year they will have more citizen participation to help increase the amount of protected nests.In Puerto Morelos, there are three main beach areas where sea turtles arrive to spawn, Punta Brava, Punta Caracol and Petempich, and of these three, Punta Brava is the preferred egg-laying area.Last year, the town reported 2,356 protected sea turtle nests along Puerto Morelos beaches that resulted in the release of more than 223,000 hatchlings into the sea. Fernandez says these numbers were an increase of over 100 percent from 2016.She explains that last year, the town implemented additional training workshops and tours that included more than 1,200 students and the participation of staff from nine hotels.“In Puerto Morelos, society and government are responsible for biodiversity therefore in this municipal administration we will continue to have priority programs related to the care of natural resources, the environment in general and especially the conservation of species,” said the mayor.One of the goals of this year, she added, is to increase citizen participation with the invitation to students, environmental associations, private initiative and hotel workers to join. Areas of the federal maritime land zone will also be reinforced.Laura Fernandez recalled that last year, Puerto Morelos received the government Award for Responsible Biodiversity which was specifically for the turtle program established in the “Puerto Morelos green, sustainable development and infrastructure” of the Plan Municipal Development 2016-2018.The mayor highlighted the fundamental support of government agencies including Semarnat, Profepa and the Secretariat of Ecology and Environment of the state, that with their contribution and supervision these actions, helped ensure rules and official standards were met.The municipal director of Ecology, Guadalupe Alcántara, said that immediate training will be available for users of the federal maritime land area, staff of hotels, restaurants and various businesses, students, as well as residents in general.Beach clean-up sessions will be held in known egg-laying areas. The city will also increase nesting sign placements. Sea turtle season traditionally begins late May to early April and runs to the Fall.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)
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