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Letters Home Correspondence from the First World War

first_imgThe Nova Scotia Archives has launched, in time for Remembrance Day, a new virtual exhibit called Letters Home: Correspondence from the First World War. The exhibit contains a small selection of original letters from three Nova Scotians who fought in the 1914-1918 war. “For those who served overseas in the First World War, letters home and letters from home were lifelines in an uncertain and fragile world,” said Communities, Culture and Heritage Minister Tony Ince. “All too often, letters home were the last tangible links to those who did not return. It is particularly fitting that we are able to share some of these letters during the time of year when we all pause to remember those who gave so much to ensure the freedoms we enjoy today.” The exhibit contains letters from George Allen Fraser (1876-1941) from Halifax; L. Howard Johnstone (1889-1916) from Victoria Mines, CBRM; and Daniel Morrison (1883-1961) from Blues Mills, Inverness Co. Mr. Fraser and Mr. Morrison returned from the war. Mr. Johnstone died in battle. The exhibit is acknowledgment of the importance of the daily lives of those who served. This is another way for people today to connect with those who served their country. This is the first installment of Letters Home. The Nova Scotia Archives plans to continue the series with new content each November until 2018. The exhibit is available at .last_img read more

Stocks end 1Q with solid gains after day of listless trading

FILE – This Oct. 18, 2016 file photo shows the New York Stock Exchange building in New York. European stock markets traded in narrow ranges Friday, March 31, 2017, though trading has the potential to become quite volatile in the hours before the first quarter of the year ends.. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II) Stocks end 1Q with solid gains after day of listless trading Wall Street closed out a solid quarter Friday with a day of listless trading that ended on a soft note.The Standard & Poor’s 500 index notched its best three-month stretch since the fourth quarter of 2015. The Nasdaq composite turned in its best quarter since the end of 2013.The S&P 500, Nasdaq and the Dow Jones industrial average ended the day down slightly, with financials companies posting the biggest decline. Real estate companies led the gainers.Trading was largely subdued, suggesting portfolio managers looking to bolster their end-of-quarter performance had made their moves earlier in the week, said Quincy Krosby, market strategist at Prudential Financial.“The market has performed very well,” she said.The Dow slid 65.27 points, or 0.3 per cent, to 20,663.22. The S&P 500 lost 5.34 points, or 2 per cent, to 2,362.72. The Nasdaq fell 2.61 points to 5,911.74. The index hit an all-time high on Thursday.Small-company stocks fared better than the rest of the market. The Russell 2000 index picked up 3.57 points, or 0.3 per cent, to 1,385.92. Three stocks rose for every two that fell on the New York Stock Exchange.Bond prices edged higher. The 10-year Treasury yield fell to 2.39 per cent from 2.42 per cent late Thursday.The major stock indexes got off to a downbeat start Friday and spent much of the day wavering between small gains and losses as investors weighed several corporate deals and new economic data on consumer spending and inflation.The Commerce Department said consumer spending kept rising in February, though gains in the last two months have been slow. Meanwhile, an inflation gauge closely watched by the Federal Reserve increased 2.1 per cent in February compared to a year ago, a five-year high.The latest economic data followed positive reports on consumer confidence, housing and economic growth earlier this week, which have added to the market’s expectation for stronger first-quarter corporate earnings.“The market is moving ahead into the second quarter with valuations that are high, but the expectations are that the first-quarter earnings season will confirm the valuations,” Krosby said.All told, the S&P 500 index ended the first three months of this year with a gain of 5.5 per cent, the Nasdaq posted a gain of 9.8 per cent and the Dow climbed of 4.6 per cent. The Russell 2000 ended the quarter with a gain of 2.1 per cent, its fourth quarter of growth in a row.Investors bid up shares in companies with better-than-expected earnings Friday.Industrial products company DXP Enterprises jumped $5.13, or 15.7 per cent, to $37.87, while BlackBerry surged $1.03, or 11.1 per cent, to $10.30.NantHealth didn’t fare as well. The health care information technology company slid 2.7 per cent after it reported disappointing fourth-quarter revenue. The stock shed 13 cents to $4.96.Auto dealership companies were among the decliners Friday. AutoNation fell $1.20, or 2.8 per cent, to $42.29. CarMax slid 84 cents, or 1.4 per cent, to $59.22.Traders cheered several corporate deals.TRC vaulted 46 per cent after the engineering and consulting services company agreed to be bought by a unit of the investment firm New Mountain Capital for $17.55 a share, or $365.5 million. The stock climbed $5.50 to $17.45.Shares in FMC also got a lift after the company agreed to buy part of DuPont’s crop protection business. At the same time, DuPont will buy FMC’s health and nutrition unit. DuPont also gets $1.6 billion, mostly in cash. Antitrust regulators in Europe wanted DuPont to make the sale as part of its combination with competitor Dow Chemical. FMC jumped $8.09, or 13.2 per cent, to $69.59. DuPont shares fell $1.31, or 1.6 per cent, to $80.33.Major indexes overseas were mixed Friday.In Europe, Germany’s DAX rose 0.5 per cent, while France’s CAC 40 gained 0.7 per cent. The FTSE 100 index of leading British shares fell 0.6 per cent.In Asia, Tokyo’s Nikkei 225 and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng each fell 0.8 per cent. Sydney’s S&P-ASX 200 declined 0.5 per cent. Seoul’s Kospi fell 0.2 per cent. India’s Sensex gave up 0.2 per cent, while Taiwan and New Zealand rose.Oil futures also posted an uneven finish.Benchmark U.S. crude recovered from an early slide to add 25 cents and close at $50.60 per barrel in New York. Brent crude, used to price international oils, slipped 13 cents to close at $52.83 a barrel in London.Natural gas held steady at $3.19 per 1,000 cubic feet. Wholesale gasoline rose 2 cents to $1.70 per gallon and heating oil gained 2 cents to $1.57 per gallon.The price of gold rose $3.20 to settle at $1,251.20 an ounce. Silver added 5 cents to $18.26 per ounce. Copper slipped 2 cents to $2.65 per pound.In currency trading, the euro weakened to $1.0684 from $1.0691 on Thursday. The dollar fell to 111.29 yen from 111.60 yen. by Alex Veiga, The Associated Press Posted Mar 31, 2017 8:25 am MDT Last Updated Mar 31, 2017 at 4:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

Small islands have big ideas Ban tells Seychelles citing leadership on environment

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks at a joint press stakeout with President James A. Michel of Seychelles during his trip to the country. UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (left) hold a joint press stakeout with President James A. Michel of Seychelles. UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (right) tours the Primeval Palm forest during his trip to Praslin Island to visit the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve. UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (left) meets President James A. Michel (right) of Seychelles. UN Photo/Mark Garten “These islands are famous for their natural beauty. Earlier this afternoon, I visited the breathtaking Valle de Mai Nature Reserve. I think that this is a common asset for the whole humanity and thank you for preserving all this very valuable treasure of humanity,” Mr. Ban told reporters in Victoria, the archipelago’s capital city. Having wrapped up fruitful meetings with President James Alix Michel and his cabinet members, the UN chief said he is confident that the leadership will continue to build on Seychelles’ record as a strong and vibrant democracy. “I am even more impressed by the Seychelles’ sense of responsibility in our world,” the Secretary-general continued, thanking the Government and people for their leadership on key issues on the international agenda, particularly the country’s early ratification of the Paris Agreement on climate change. “You are one of the 16 countries who have ratified at such an early stage. I sincerely hope that you will exercise your political leadership to encourage many other countries to follow suit. You and your peers have shown that small islands have big ideas and big political will,” said the Secretary-General. President James Michel of Seychelles welcomes Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on arrival in Praslin Island, Seychelles, to visit the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve. UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (left) meets President James A. Michel (right) of Seychelles during his trip to the country. UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and wife Yoo Soon-taek (center) tour the Primeval Palm forest during his trip to Praslin Island to visit the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve. UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (left) and wife Yoo Soon-taek and Didier Dogley (right), Minister of Environment, Energy and Climate Change of Seychelles at the Visitors Centre of the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon attends cocktail reception hosted by President James A. Michel of Seychelles. At the event, a representative of youth reads a letter she wrote about climate change to the Secretary-General. UN Photo/Mark Garten An aerial view of Seychelles during the official visit of Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in Praslin Island to visit the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve. UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and wife Yoo Soon-taek (right) hold a palm seed at the Primeval Palm forest during his trip to Praslin Island to visit the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve. UN Photo/Mark Garten ‹ › He went on to say that the UN also appreciates Seychelles’ leadership on the problem of piracy as Chair of the Contact Group on piracy off the coast of Somalia – and noted that he was encouraged that since 2013, no commercial shipping vessels have been kidnapped by pirates – [and such] common solidarity and commitment on tackling transnational crime in the region, while respecting international norms and human rights. “I applaud Seychelles for working with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) to ensure that suspects are given fair and efficient trials,” said Mr. Ban, the first-ever UN chief to visit the country, noting that tomorrow he would visit a coastguard station and he looks forward to hearing about approaches to maritime crime. Recalling that the Seychelles are highly vulnerable to storm surges, as had been made clear by the recent devastating effects of Cyclone Fantala, the Secretary-General noted that preventing and preparing for natural disasters in partnership with local and national governments will be one focus of the World Humanitarian Summit he will convene in Istanbul, Turkey, on 23rd and 24th May. “I hope the Seychelles will bring its expertise to the table,” he said. Mr. Ban also noted that this s is the first year of implementation of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda , the universal, integrated and transformative agenda to end poverty and need and build a more sustainable world on a healthy planet over the next 15 years. “The Seychelles is in an excellent position to build on its record of protecting the environment, creating sustainable livelihoods and increasing the use of renewable energy. The United Nations stands ready to work with you for a better future on a cleaner planet,” concluded the Secretary-General. read more

Going going gone Charles Haugheys former home sells for €55 million

first_imgTHE HOME OF former Taoiseach Charles Haughey has sold for more than €5 million.The Georgian mansion, located near Kinsealy in north county Dublin, had been put on the market for €7.5 million a year and a half ago.Abbeville is located on 247 acres of park and woodland, has 14 bedrooms, four floors, and a ballroom.RTÉ News reports that it sold for around €5.5 million. The new owner is reported to be a businessman from Japan.Abbeville, which dates back to the mid-1700s and was designed by James Gandon, was bought by Charles Haughey in 1969 when he was the Minister of Finance. It was sold in 2003 to Manor Park Homes for more than €45 million in 2003, three years before his death.The company had intended to develop the grounds into a hotel and golf course but went into receivership before it could start any development.Savills apologised last year after it wrongly said that deposed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher had been hosted at the mansion in its promotional brochure advertising the property.(Images: Savills) In picture: Haughey’s former mansion at Abbeville on sale for €7.5 million >last_img read more

More Zika for Grand Turk

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppGrand Turk, TCI, January 9, 2017 –  Grand Turk sees cases of Zika virus surge as the Ministry of Health gives an update on recorded cases of the mosquito borne, sexually transmitted disease.Just days into the New Year, the public learned that there are eight new cases of Zika for the TCI, bringing the national total of on record cases to 24.   Seven of those eight cases were found in Grand Turk; the Capital and the island which hosts major cruise liners and thousands of tourists per day.  It is believed the rainy season is responsible in part for the new cases from October 14 through December 7, 2016.The ‘tip of the iceberg effect’ must be ever mindful, as Zika has the uniqueness of being asymptomatic, meaning some people do not even know that they have it, therefore the true number of cases will likely never be known in any society.Go to for the tips and advice from the Ministry of Health on how to be Zika free. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:center_img #MagneticNewsMedia#MorezikeforGrandTurklast_img read more

Occupy Vancouver plans to take Wall Street protest to city hall

first_imgOccupy Vancouver organizers plan to ask the city of Vancouver Monday evening to withdraw some of its money from the Bank of America and deposit it in a community bank.Organizer Dan Walker said five or six members of the movement “are going to raise the question of whether or not there is a possibility of moving city funds from the Bank of America to a local bank” to make an anti-Wall Street statement.“It’s actually something that was brought up at some of our general assembly meetings, that the city does not bank locally,” Walker said. “As a group we decided it would be something we would all be pursuing.”Occupy Vancouver protesters first raised the issue on Nov. 5, dubbed “Bank Transfer Day,” when consumers nationally mounted a revolt against big national banks by transferring their money to local credit unions and community banks. About 20 protesters demonstrated in front of Vancouver City Hall that day to demand that the city stop doing business with Bank of America.Lloyd Tyler, the city’s chief financial officer, issued a memo on Nov.1 stating that in June 2010, the city, Clark County and the Port of Vancouver issued a joint request for proposals for financial services to 14 full-service financial institutions. Four national banks and no local banks responded, he said. Both the city and the county ranked Bank of American the highest of the national banks on a series of evaluation criteria.last_img read more

Funeral held for BSO deputy fatally killed in Deerfield Beach crash

first_imgFORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – Loved ones gathered for a funeral to honor a Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy killed in a Deerfield Beach crash.Law enforcement officials started a procession at 8 a.m. in West Palm Beach for BSO Deputy Benjamin Nimtz on Thursday morning.Dozens of police motorcycles continued to head south on the Florida Turnpike to arrive at Fred Hunter’s Funeral Home, located in the area of North 64th Avenue and Taft Street.Family, friends and law enforcement officials attended the funeral to pay respects to the 30-year-old U.S. Army veteran.His wife Emily Nimtz and two children stood near the casket and put flowers on top of it.“On that morning, greater hands were at play, and Emily, our hearts are broken,” said BSO Captain Rodney Brimlow.Nimtz’s casket was put at the center of Calvary Chapel, located along Northwest 21st Avenue and West Cypress Creek Road, in Fort Lauderdale as the funeral started. “Benji and I always rode together to every call. That night was no different. I was right behind him, always by his side,” said BSO Deputy Roberto Ramon. “I know the reason why God put Benji in mine. Not only will I learn to be a better deputy because of him, but a better husband, a better father and just an overall man.”Nimtz was transported to Broward Health North in Pompano Beach, where he succumbed to his injuries.“My heart broke that Sunday morning, and it’s kept breaking every day since,” said Justin Ortez, Nimtz’s brother-in-law. “It broke for my sister losing her husband. It broke for their kids, who have to grow up without their father.” “If you could ever say one thing about Benji, he loved his family,” said Michael Kozma, Nimtz’s friend. “He was never too macho to play the stay-at-home dad. He loved Tommy, Eliza and Emily more than anything in this world.”“We little knew that morning that God would call your name,” BSO Chaplain Nathaniel Knowles said at the podium. “In life, we love you dearly. In death, we do the same. It broke our hearts to lose you, but you did not go alone. Part of us went with you the day God called you home. You left us beautiful memories. Your love is still our guide, and though we cannot see you, you’re always by our side.”Songs and saluting deputies surrounded Nimtz’s casket draped with an American flag.“So today, for the rest of our lives, we honor you, Benji, for giving your all to those around you, to those that you loved, to those lucky enough to have known you,” said Kozma.BSO conducted Nimtz’s final radio call at the end of the service: “No contact for uniform 18634. Deputy Benjamin Nimtz, uniform 18634, is 10-7.”The radio signal code 10-7 means Nimtz is out of service.He was responding to a domestic dispute call when his cruiser collided with a pickup truck at around 3 a.m. on July 21. He was hired by BSO on March 19, 2018.Nimtz was three shifts away from moving to Indiana with his wife and two children where he’d take on a new job.“A family’s chain has been broken and nothing seems the same,” Knowles said, “but as God calls us one by by, the chain will link again.”“Benji, I love you, and I’ll see you again,” added Jojie Fujikawa, Nimtz’s friend.A U.S. honor flag was carried on a United Airlines flight from Chicago to Fort Lauderdale on Wednesday for his service.The fatal crash is still being investigated. Detectives are waiting for a toxicology report. Charges may soon follow.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.center_img With heavy hearts, we prepare to lay Deputy Benjamin Nimtz to rest. 🙏❤️ Join us in keeping his family and the BSO Family in our thoughts.— Broward Sheriff (@browardsheriff) August 1, 2019 Nimtz was transported to Broward Health North in Pompano Beach, where he succumbed to his injuries.last_img read more

First batch of AP Hajis leaves for holy city

first_imgNampally: The first batch of 342 Haj pilgrims from Andhra Pradesh departed for Haj from Hyderabad embarkation point on Wednesday.Speaking on the occasion, AP Deputy CM S B Amjad Basha thanked god first and AP state CM Jaganmohan Reddy next for picking him up to serve the community in a better way. He was all praise for TS Haj Committee Chairman Mohammed Masiullah Khan for the arrangements extended at Haj House in Nampally and at the Haj terminal in RGIA. Also Read – Hyderabad: Intermediate student dies of cardiac arrest in class Advertise With Us Masiullah Khan briefed the Haj pilgrims about the onward journey and SIM card activation in Saudi Arabia. Advisor (Minority Welfare) to TS Government A K Khan explained the arrangements of Haj pilgrims at Haj House being the best in 20 years. Kurnool MLA Abdul Hafeez Khan said there were lots of people in the world with money, but god selects only few to perform the Haj. Also Read – Hyderabad: Wall collapse in Kukatpally damages four cars Advertise With Us TS Haj Committee Executive Officer B Shafiullah, Assistant Executive Officer Irfan Shareef, MLA Md Mustafa, Shaik Md Iqbal, AP Additional Secretary P Usha Rani, TS Waqf Board Chairman Md Saleem, AP State Haj Committee Executive officer S M D Tajuddin, Additional DCP, South Zone (Traffic) K Babu Rao, TS Haj committee members Md Abu Talha, Md Arifuddin, M A Shafi and others were also present on this occasion.last_img read more

BSE closes points 10677 up on Feb 19

first_imgNew Delhi, Feb 19 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 106.77 points up to stand at 20,740.98. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 25.65 points up to stand at6,152.75. Adani Enter and Financial Tech were among the top gainers of Group A with an increase of 7.04% and 4.99% along with MCX and Gujarat Mineral with an increase of 4.95% and 3.82 % respectively, while the top losers of Group A include Jindal Steel and Tata Communication with a decrease of 2.79 % and 2.73 % along with Indian Bank and Bank of India with a decrease of 2.29% and 2.09% at the close of the markets. The Auto sector is down 7.06 points at 12,168.14 while the banking sector is up 41.65 points at 12,115.87 and the realty sector is up 5.21 points at 1,212.29. The Indian currency is down 0.32% at Rs 62.16 per dollar.last_img read more

Former Doctor Who Companion May Light Up Xmas Special

first_img Viewers are still catching their breath after Saturday’s intense Doctor Who season finale, which set up this year’s Christmas special with an appearance by the “original” Doctor.But David Bradley as William Hartnell as the First Doctor may not be the only throwback in Steven Moffat’s final Yuletide event.Following rumors of the reappearance of companion Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman) for the Twelfth Doctor’s epilogue, British tabloid The Mirror again reported the 31-year-old’s pending return.“Jenna Coleman has agreed to film something new as Clara,” an unnamed source told the site. “It’ll help give Peter [Capaldi] the send-off he deserves after three years.”The Impossible Girl may return this Christmas (via BBC)Killed, resurrected, and departed in a stolen TARDIS at the end of season nine, Clara is now traveling through all of space and time, presumably with the immortal Ashildr (Game of Thrones‘ Maisie Williams). So you’d hope she could stop by for one last goodbye.“Fans will have to wait until the Christmas special to see Peter Capaldi’s time as the Doctor come to an end,” BBC Radio 2 presenter Steve Wright said on Monday. “But today it has been announced that former companion Clara Oswald, played by Jenna Coleman, will be making a guest appearance as the Doctor regenerates. Wow.”The assertion, however, has not yet been backed up by an announcement from the BBC.Jenna Coleman as Clara Oswald (via BBC)When whispers of Clara’s return first surfaced in May, social media was abuzz with theories: Twitter claimed Eddie’s Diner (in Mermaid Quay, Cardiff, Wales) is booked for two days of filming this month. The real-life restaurant, as seen in a number of Doctor Who episodes, is believed to be Clara and Ashildr’s TARDIS in disguise.“It’s become a tradition now for the companions to reappear as the Doctor regenerates and Jenna isn’t letting the side down,” The Mirror‘s anonymous source said.In 2009, David Tennant’s Tenth Doctor managed a final farewell to Rose Tyler (Billie Piper), and Karen Gillan came back as Amy Pond to bid her raggedy man (Matt Smith) adieu in 2013.Meanwhile, the superb Pearl Mackie—whose Doctor Who run ended over the weekend when Bill ran off with new flame Heather—is expected to appear “in some form” (cyber, puddle, or human?) at Christmas, along with Matt Lucas as Nardole, The Mirror reported. But neither will allegedly be part of incoming showrunner Chris Chibnall’s new series.David Bradley reprises his role as First Doctor William Hartnell in December (via BBC)The BBC on Saturday released an official synopsis of the 2017 holiday special, suggesting that “further casting and details” for the episode “will be revealed in due course.”Currently in production, the festive installment sees David Bradley reprise his role as William Hartnell’s Time Lord. The Harry Potter and Broadchurch actor portrayed Hartnell in An Adventure in Space and Time, the 2013 TV movie dramatization about the creation of Doctor Who.“As previously announced, the special will serve as Peter Capaldi’s farewell to the series, and will feature the debut of the next Doctor,” the Beeb said.Stream all of Doctor Who now for free with your Amazon Prime membership.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. HBO Max Scores Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ Streaming RightsJo Tro Do Plo Plo No: ‘Doctor Who’ Welcomes Back Familiar Monster Stay on targetlast_img read more

Understanding how slow predators catch faster prey could improve drone tactics

first_img Journal information: New Journal of Physics (—Since a gazelle can run faster than a lion, how do lions ever catch gazelles? A new model of predator-prey interaction shows how groups of predators use collective chasing strategies, such as cornering and circling, to pursue and capture faster prey. Without this tactical collaboration, the predators would have no chance of catching these prey. Simulations of predators (blue dots) chasing a faster prey (red dot). Credit: Janosov et al. Published in New Journal of Physics. © 2017 Modelling explains how hunters team up to catch faster prey Explore further In their model, the researchers also observed emergent behavior, which is behavior that appears only in groups. In particular, groups of predators often begin to encircle their prey, and this behavior arises directly from the chasing rules. In nature, it’s common for prey to sometimes run in a zigzag pattern to confuse the predator, and to eventually run directly away from the predator in a straight line. The researchers also observed these strategies in their model, and found that zigzagging is especially advantageous when the predators have a long delay in responding.In the future, the researchers expect that additional interesting results can be obtained by modifying the model, such as investigating situations with multiple fast prey and equipping predators and prey with machine learning algorithms. “Our major goal in this research was to gain a deeper understanding of the collective behavior of animals, to extend our knowledge on fundamental questions on animal behavior,” Janosov said. “However, given the fact that our research group is developing collective motion algorithms for our flock of quadrocopters, there are plenty of potential applications we could propose. For example, a group of tactical drones using smart encircling strategies could become even lifesaving in the case of terrorist attacks, when the goal is to capture terrorist flying vehicles, or chasing criminals in narrow, highly populated urban areas. “Besides these, our results could have potential applications even in the entertainment industry in developing field games, possibly combined with virtual reality tools, or by the streaming of popular sport events, especially those that are widely spread in space—for example, bike or car races.” The results are not only relevant for understanding wildlife, but also have potential applications for drone-flying strategies and in the entertainment industry.The researchers, Milán Janosov, Csaba Virágh, Gábor Vásárhelyi, and Tamás Vicsek at the MTA-ELTE Statistical and Biological Physics Research Group, Hungary, have published their paper on their new model of collective chasing strategies in a recent issue of the New Journal of Physics.”After many previous efforts, we managed to give a simple, yet surprisingly life-like explanation of how predator animals can form successful hunting packs, and by that drastically enhance their chances of being successful on a hunt,” Janosov told “This is particularly interesting because we managed to model these exceptionally complex systems—the hunting groups of large carnivores—in a simulation resembling realistic features of animal pursuits, such as encircling, optimal group size, and finite space, only by using a set of compact rules formulated as force-like interactions in physics.”Although there are other models that describe predator-prey interactions, the new model is different because of the large number of factors it accounts for, such as the prey’s panic threshold, the predator’s ability to predict the prey’s future position, and the interaction between multiple predators, within closed boundaries with realistic measures. All of these parameters contribute to making a more realistic model that accurately describes behaviors observed in nature by groups of predators such as lions, wolves, and coyotes.By running simulations and measuring the effectiveness of different combinations of parameter values, the researchers determined the optimal combinations that resulted in the most successful group chasing strategies. Among their results, they found that just one or two predators can never catch a faster prey, and that groups of three or more succeed only with certain collaborative strategies. More information: Milán Janosov et al. “Group chasing tactics: how to catch a faster prey.” New Journal of Physics. DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/aa69e7 Play Credit: Video abstract, New Journal of Physics. DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/aa69e7 The model revealed that three predators forms an optimal group when chasing in two dimensions (such as on land) in a confined space. In three dimensions (such as in the air or under water), chasing becomes more challenging, and groups of five are optimal. These group sizes are comparable to those observed in nature. Somewhat surprisingly, the researchers also found that an odd number of chasers does better than an even number, which is due to geometrical reasons: with an even number, it’s more likely that a gap remains between predators that allows the prey to escape. PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQuality0SpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreen Citation: Understanding how slow predators catch faster prey could improve drone tactics (2017, May 29) retrieved 18 August 2019 from This document is subject to copyright. 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Bullying bosses bad for workplace safety

first_imgBullying bosses are not just bad for the morale and well-being of employees – they can also be bad for workplace safety, reveals a study. According to the study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, the researchers surveyed 589 airline pilots and 468 manufacturing technicians and found that employees’ safety behaviour can get worse when they are treated in ways that detract from their bonds to a work group. “Bosses’ behaviour can strengthen or weaken employees’ sense of belonging to the work group by supporting or undermining their status within the group. Poor treatment from a boss can make employees feel that they are not valued by the group,” said Liu-Qin Yang, Associate Professor at Portland State University. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThis makes them more self-centered, leading them to occasionally forget to comply with safety rules or overlook opportunities to promote a safer work environment. According to the researchers, this was especially true among employees who were more uncertain about their social standing within the group. “When people are less sure about their strengths, weaknesses and their status within the group, they become more sensitive. They are more likely to respond negatively to their boss’ bullying behaviours,” she said. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveWorkplace safety is a critical issue – and more so in an environment where one employee’s failure to behave safely can create circumstances where other people are likely to be injured, said the researchers. The study recommends implementing training programmes that can improve leadership skills while interacting with their employees so as to provide feedback in a way that are neither offensive nor threatening. The study also suggested promoting a more civil and engaged work environment that strengthens social bonds between employees and creates a buffer against the negative consequences of their boss’ bad behaviours. According to researchers, implementing transparent performance evaluation processes are required so that employees have less uncertainty about their social status in the workplace.last_img read more

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first_img News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 07, 2019 Qfix kVue One Proton Couch Top Validated by Mevion Medical Systems Qfix and Mevion Medical Systems announced that a special version of the kVue One Proton couch top is now both validated… read more Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July.  May 23, 2011 – According to a report, radiation medicine promises to be an even more effective weapon in the battle against cancer and may ultimately prove to be useful in chronic pain and neurodegenerative disorders. The report is a compendium of the 2011 Future of Radiation Medicine symposium, sponsored by Elekta. During the symposium, leading researchers and clinicians discussed how the field of radiation medicine is rapidly changing.In the past two decades, significant advances have been made in radiation medicine with the introduction of computers, robotics and imaging systems. These tools help to sculpt radiation therapy to the precise dimensions of tumors, therefore increasing accuracy and limiting radiation exposure to surrounding healthy tissues. Nearly two-thirds of all cancer patients will receive radiation therapy during their illness.”In the future, radiation therapy for cancer will be significantly different than today’s treatments, simply because current outcomes are unsatisfactory to patients,” said Robert D. Timmerman, M.D., professor and vice chair of radiation oncology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. “Patients expect that we are actively changing to improve radiation therapy treatment.”For example, Timmerman predicted that conventional radiation therapy, which requires six to eight weeks of daily treatments at much lower doses, will largely be replaced by hypofractionated radiation therapy, which delivers very potent, focused beams of radiation to tumors in five or fewer outpatient sessions of less than 30-60 minutes each. Hypofractionated radiation therapy might also offer a new way to improve survival in properly selected patients with emphysema by selectively causing scarring, or fibrosis, that allows more efficient breathing.Dheerendra Prasad, M.D., director and associate professor of radiation and neurosurgery at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, said the increased desire of patients to enhance quality of life during brain cancer therapy will lead to widespread use of hypofractionated radiation to specifically target brain tumors – rather than irradiating the entire brain – to save normal brain tissue and preserve brain functions such as memory and fine motor control.With these same advances in targeted radiation therapy, some radiation oncologists are beginning to deliver the entire course of radiation at the time of breast cancer surgery, which is the most efficient delivery of care. 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Iya Abubakar Crescent, of Manvel, ANI reported. District Collector says inappropriate for a political leader to hoist national flag in school a teacher or elected representative can do so — ANI (@ANI) August 15 2017 "The order is very clear on what can be done We have abided by the rules Let the government tell us whether we have violated any rule or law" VK Mani a school official said File image of Mohan Bhagwat AFP A statement issued by DrManmohan Vaidya RSS Akhil Bharatiya Prachar Pramukh on Tuesday with regard to the restriction read "Dr Mohanji Bhagwat was invited by the management of Karnakayamman Higher Secondary school Palakkad Kerala to participate in the golden jubilee celebrations of the school and Independence Day celebrations At 11 pm on 14th August 2017 the headmaster of the school received a notice from the district collector stating that only the institutional heads or an elected representative can unfurl the national flag in the school It is however learnt that no other school had been given similar information" He added "After due consultations the school authorities decided that they will proceed as planned and that Sarsanghchalakji must exercise his constitutional rights Dr Mohanji Bhagwat hoisted the flag along with other institutional heads of the school We condemn such brazen attempts by the CPM led government of Kerala to deny the basic citizen rights of celebrating Independence Day and their continuous attempts to poison the state of Kerala with divisive politics" As per India Today the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has challenged the collector’s decision affirming that there is nothing wrong in Bhagwat hoisting the flag The News Minute quoted Advocate E Krishnadas BJP’s Palakkad district president as saying "The collector is acting like the branch secretary of Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPM) that is why such a circular was sent at 11 pm last night There is no such rule that only the headmaster can hoist the flag So no circular can be issued based on a rule which doesn’t exist We are going ahead with the plan why should we follow a rule which doesn’t exist" Speaking about the incident Palakkad Lok Sabha member and CPI(M) leader MB Rajesh has accused the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) of trying to incite trouble in Kerala "This is a brazen violation of the law of the land This is a school funded and supported by the Kerala government The rules and regulations have to be followed Today this did not happen" said Rajesh The decision is likely to spark debate in the state which has already seen palpable tension between the BJP and the Left cadres Recently E Rajesh a RSS office-bearer was hacked to death in Thiruananthapuram The BJP had alleged that CPM was behind the murder however the charge was vehemently denied by the ruling party Finance Minister Arun Jaitley paid a condolence visit to the slain activist’s house "This kind of violence will neither suppress our ideology in Kerala nor it will be able to scare our workers" Jaitley said To up the ante BJP will hold a "mega roadshow" in the state after Onam which is likely to be attended by top leaders including president Amit Shah and chief ministers of BJP-ruled states early next month The RSS-BJP combine has claimed that 14 of its members had been killed by the Left cadres in past one year while the CPM has alleged that 13 of workers lost their lives in violence perpetuated by the saffron organisations Both sides have blamed each other for the "political killings" With inputs from IANS New Delhi:The Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear the anticipatory bail plea of Father Sony Abraham Varghese in connection with the sex scandal case involving four clergymen attached to the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church in Kerala File image of the Supreme Court AP A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra Justice AM Khanwilkar and Justice DY Chandrachud agreed to hear the plea of the priest after he sought urgent hearing as he fears arrest in the case The crime branch had on 2 July registered a case against Father Varghese and three other priests on the basis of statements given by a woman belonging to the same church accusing them of sexually assaulting her on many occasions The high court had earlier dismissed his plea and ordered him to surrender forthwith The woman has alleged that all the four priests had misused her confessions to sexually exploit her The probe agency has already arrested two of the accused this win also earned Gujrathi 5. The two signed the truce immediately. Too much contact and the snake can slip; too little, is now largely expected to pass in the House, A US official told Reuters that as of Wednesday the Pentagon had identified more than 7, it requires a lot of tissue. read more

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