APTN National NewsOTTAWA–Prime Minister Stephen Harper sidestepped questions Monday on whether the federal government plans to directly engage with the dozens of First Nations that have vowed to stop the planned Northern Gateway pipeline project to transport Alberta mined bitumen to the British Columbia coast.Harper has said the construction of Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline is “in the national interest.”The pipeline would transport raw bitumen from Alberta 1100 kilometres to a B.C. port at Kitimat where it would be transferred onto tankers bound for China, which has a stake in both the pipeline and in the tar sands.Dozens of First Nations from B.C., Alberta and the Northwest Territories have signed a declaration opposing the pipeline. Some have vowed to block the project at all cost.Liberal interim leader Bob Rae pressed Harper on the issue Monday during question period. He asked Harper if the government planned to set up a separate process to engage First Nations directly.Rae said the existing regulatory process doesn’t really deal with the constitutional requirement requiring consultation with First Nations before the development of projects impacting Aboriginal rights and title.“Does (the prime minister) contemplate some additional process that will involve a direct Crown-First Nations discussion with respect to the impact of this project on First Nations?” said Rae.Harper avoided the question and instead repeated the standard government line that there is a constitutional requirement to consult with First Nations.“Consulting with Aboriginal groups is a constitutional requirement and, of course, that is part of any process,” said Harper.The prime minister also stated that the pipeline was in the “national interest” and needed to be constructed.“It is vitally important to the national interest of this country that we are able to export our energy products to Asia,” said Harper.It remains unclear how the review panel currently holding hearings on the pipeline could possibly recommend against the project when the Conservative government has publicly declared it in the national interest.The Harper government’s position on the pipeline appears to put it on a collision course with First Nations.On Friday, First Nations in Alberta and the NWT signed onto the Save the Fraser Declaration opposing the pipeline.The new signatories include the Dene Nation, Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, Swan River First Nation, Smith’s Landing First Nation, Katlodeeche First Nation, Liidlii Kue First Nation, Deh Gah Got’ie First Nation, and Deh Cho First Nations.B.C. First Nations along the pipeline’s proposed corridor have all signed on to the declaration.“We will stop them,” said Saik’uz First Nation Chief Jackie Thomas on Friday.First Nations leaders say the environmental risks associated with the pipeline, either a pipeline spill or an oil tanker wreck, outweigh any of the project’s economic benefits.While Enbridge has claimed to have achieved the support of a number of First Nations for the project, the identities of these communities remain a mystery.
Trina Roache APTN National NewsPeople rallied against a massive hydro-electric project in Labrador Friday.It’s a last ditch effort to voice their concerns about Muskrat Falls.The Labrador Inuit who live downstream from the dam fear it will destroy their way of life.See related stories here: Muskrat Fallstroache@aptn.ca
Later in the day, the RCMP had located the vehicle in Grande Prairie and arrested the two occupants within the vehicle at a gas station on the east side of the city.According to Police, the pair were arrested in a stolen vehicle and a quantity of stolen property was located inside the vehicle.Facing charges are 31-year-old Michael Robert Corris and 56-year-old Joseph William Kelly, both of Fort St. John.Both males have been remanded in custody and will appear in Grande Prairie Provincial Court on September 26, 2019. GRANDE PRAIRIE, A.B. – The Western Alberta District RCMP Rural Crime Reduction Unit has charged suspects in connection to an armed robbery in Pouce Coupe.During the early morning hours of August 7, at around 5:00 a.m., Dawson Creek RCMP received a report of an armed robbery at a local business in the Pouce Coupe area.The RCMP say a description of the suspect vehicle was obtained and shared with RCMP Detachments in the Peace Region.
UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan will join First Lady Laura Bush on 8 March to open a commemorative meeting aimed at “celebrating the indomitable spirit, heroism and endurance of Afghan women” while showing global solidarity with their cause, according to organizers. The event will also focus on the needs of Afghan women and girls and suggest ways in which they can contribute to consolidating peace and rebuilding Afghan society. The opening ceremony will also be addressed by the President of the UN Security Council, Ambassador Ole Peter Kolby of Norway, and the Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Gender Issues and the Advancement of Women, Angela King. A panel discussion slated to follow will include the participation of Sima Wali, the President of Refugee Women in Development, who was a delegate to the UN Peace Talks on Afghanistan. Other participants will include the Chief Organizer of the Afghan Women’s Summit for Democracy, Ambassador Othman Jerandi of Tunisia, Thoraya Ahmed Obaid, Executive Director of the UN Population Fund, and Julia Taft, Director of the UN Development Programme’s Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery. The planned events build on growing international momentum to secure rights for women and girls, which had been severely curtailed during the Taliban rule in Afghanistan. For years, UN bodies – including the Security Council, the General Assembly, the Commission on Human Rights and the Commission on the Status of Women – have scrutinized the situation of Afghan women and girls. Most recently, the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women issued a statement on 30 January voicing support for Afghan women. International Women’s Day, marked each year on 8 March, serves as an occasion for women on all continents, often divided by national boundaries and by ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic and political differences, to come together in celebration of their rights.
Britain’s largest police force is to equip hundreds more officers with Tasers after a surge in violence and knife crime.Scotland Yard announced the devices will issued to 1,867 extra frontline personnel, bringing the total number trained and able to carry the equipment to more than 6,400.Metropolitan Police commissioner Cressida Dick took the decision following an increase in violent crime in London, including offences involving knifes, as well as rise in assaults against officers.In a trend replicated around the country, figures show knife crime jumped by almost a quarter in the capital in 2016/17. Assaults against Met officers increased from 2,211 in 2014 to 2,486 in 2015 and to 2,676 last year.Ms Dick said: “Keeping the public safe from harm is at the heart of our job. With this uplift, my officers will be better-equipped to protect the public and themselves.”We know that the mere presence of a Taser is often enough to defuse a dangerous situation and often get a suspect to drop their weapon if they’re armed.”Tasers reduce the need for physical contact and also the risk of unintended or unnecessary injuries to all parties.”With the roll-out of body-worn cameras to every uniformed officer, the public can also rest assured that the use of a Taser is correctly recorded and monitored and that the use of it is subject to comprehensive scrutiny.” Surveys carried out by rank-and-file police associations have indicated there is strong support for Tasers to be issued to more frontline officers.Earlier this year, a new Taser model was authorised for use by forces in England and Wales. The X2 version can be fired twice if it misses or does not subdue the target on the first go. Figures show forces in England and Wales deployed Tasers at a rate of 30 times a day last year, although the number of instances when the weapons were discharged fell. Use of the equipment has been at the centre of controversy in the past after a number of deaths. The Met said it has used Tasers “safely and effectively” since 2003. Over the past three years, 87 per cent of occasions when a Taser was drawn have been resolved without the device being discharged, according to the force.Officers must complete a selection and training process before they are given the green light to use the stun guns on the frontline.Around 1,730 of the newly trained officers will be from boroughs around London, with the remainder based on other specialist units across the Met.The increase will begin within weeks with the training programme is expected to take around two years. 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)Related As consultations on effectively managing migration got underway on Monday, Guyana has thrown its support behind a global pact designed to have nations facilitate and manage the safe migration of local and foreign nationals.Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl GreenidgeThis was disclosed today when Guyana hosted an International Organisation for Migration (IOM) consultation session, which led to issues relating to the safety and management of migrants being discussed by the United Nations agency and government officials.During his address to the gathering, Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge made the case for the benefits of migration which according to him includes remittance and skills transfer.“ Migration isn’t just, of course, advantageous to the source mission, …as we know remittances have boosted the national incomes of many developing nations and diaspora communities have created and strengthened bonds between countries. And I don’t have to isolate Guyana in that regard where remittances in particular have constituted a significant proportion and at times as greatly as 17% of GDP in any one year,” the Minister said.Moreover, Greenidge emphasized that the potential negative consequences from poorly managed migration are not lost on the government.“There are an estimated 258 million international migrants and it is likely that recent instability and the impacts of forces like climate change could drive these numbers dramatically upwards in the future. Recognising this reality, nations have the responsibility to take charge of their condition and to ensure that action is taken, which action could make migration work for all people,” he explained.Head of the Diaspora unit of the Foreign Affairs Ministry, Michael Brotherson, explained the concept of the pact highlighting that it “is centered around addressing the challenges faced by migrants today, including but not limited to effective protection of the human rights and fundamental freedom of migrants including women and children, the specific needs of migrants in vulnerable situations and combatting racism, xenophobia and discrimination and intolerance towards all migrants.”He noted that having played a part in IOM talks previously, Guyana is looking forward to continuing the discourse.IOM is an inter-governmental organisation that works with UN member states to ensure safe and orderly migration.Guyana has not only experienced migration of its skilled and un-skilled workforce in the past; it has most recently experienced an influx of migrants and re-migrants from Venezuela.It is understood that inter-governmental negotiations will commence later this month.
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EVERY SATURDAY MORNING we like to take a look at all the best comments left on the site by you lot over the past week.This week there was a lot of talk about the unexpected resignation of Pope Benedict XVI, the impending threat of industrial action by gardaí, and Oscar Pistorius being charged with the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Then there was Fianna Fáil’s resurgence in the opinion polls to become the most popular political party in the country, office romance and er, Chubby Checker’s lawsuit against a penis-measuring app.So here, in no particular order, are the standout comments from the week that was.The top 5 articles which received the most comments this week1. New opinion poll shows Fianna Fáil is Ireland’s most popular party (357 comments)2. Pope Benedict resigns, cites ‘advanced age’ and deteriorating health (310 comments)3. Poll: Would you support a garda ‘blue flu’? (294 comments)4. Poll: Do you think Fianna Fáil will return to government in the next election? (243 comments)5. Gardaí across the country voting in favour of industrial action (234 comments)Some of the best comments left on the site this weekThis video about Dublin slang translated for people who aren’t used to it was popular on the site this week – as was this comment by Shane Ellis about how easy it is to get tripped up by it:(Video: Jenny Keogh/YouTube)I remember when I first moved to Dublin from the country and was in a friends house in ballyfermot and their neighbour who was a somewhat larger lady popped in to show off a new dress she got for a wedding. All the girls started telling her she looked massive. I nearly choked on my tea.A couple in Thailand set a new record this week for the world’s longest kiss by locking lips for more than 58 hours on Valentine’s Day. Nun on Yokes was not impressed: That is nothing. There is a bloke sitting across from me in the office who has kissed my bosses ar#e for 2 solid years.As Michael McTague pointed out, there have been a number of strange and unexpected stories over the past few days: Pope resigns, lightning hits basilica , meteors hit Russia, horses turning into cows and sky reporting larger meteor to be the closest recorded ever tonight ? We’re the Mayans right. Where’s the nearest bunker ! There was a huge reaction to the announcement this week that Pope Benedict XVI is to resign. Some commenters spoke positively about him, others didn’t. This comment was from Tracey Coughlan:I think he was too told to be elected in the first place … It’s a lot to take on at that age. I hope the next pope will be younger and have a more open/ softer view of the world. There is just so much skeletons dropping out of the churches cupboard maybe the stress of it all is too much to bare ……. But then again the victims had to carry the weight of those vicious crimesFour animal organisations saved more than 140 dogs from what were described as “deplorable conditions” in the single biggest dog rescue in the history of the State this week. Gary Cogan pointed out some of the issues with the situation:This story causes conflicting emotions for me. As my two rescue dogs snore on my sofa, I count the blessings they give me. I’m thankful for the great work work done by so many volunteers in groups like ASH animal rescue. But lets be clear, the condition of these dogs indicate they weren’t for sale. She wasn’t in this for profit and the fact she was trying to rescue dogs seems to indicate she wasn’t intentionally cruel. Yes, the dogs needed to be rescued. But maybe so does she. Instead of burning her at the stake, how about a mental health intervention, training and 1000 hours supervised community work at an animal shelter? I have no time or tolerance for those who set out to hurt animals but was that really what was happening here? So very sad for all involved, be they on two legs or four.It was National No Smoking Day earlier this week, and one ex-smoker wrote this column about how she finally gave up after decades. Joan Ruud Donnellan-Wijnen shared her own story about her mother: My mother died young from Emphysema, an awful thing to see, I remember her telling me that if only she knew how it was going to affect her future she’d NEVER have started all those years ago. On oxygen all the time & oxygen mask at night, no quality of life. She gave them up the year before she died but it was too late, damage had been done & the disease advanced very fast. She was from a generation where it was glamorous to smoke, 1940/50′s. Ive just had a baby girl and wouldve loved it if she was here to see her granddaughter …I’ve never smoked but my heart goes out to anyone who does & wants to give up, that’s nearly 99% of people who smoke I think. It isn’t easy…. So best of luck to anyone who’s off the cigarettes or going to try give them up.. Don’t be too hard on yourself and avoid places where people smoke for awhile.. If you do light up don’t feel bad, try again…. It’s worth it for you & your family…We couldn’t do comments of the week this week without mentioning the story of Lisa and Barry. Here’s the short version: On Wednesday, commenter Lisa Coyne responded to an article asking people if they fancied anyone in their office by posting about how she had a crush on someone in her workplace. Other commenters suggested she ask him out. She laughed it out. The more romantic commenters persisted. Eventually Lisa said that she would – and the two ended up going out for a drink on Thursday evening.The last we heard from Lisa was just before the date…: An hour and a half to go, taxi here at 8, so sick with nerves, Valium please :)… but we still don’t know what happened next. Did they meet? How did it go? Could this be the first ever Journal commenter couple? So many questions. Bryan N had this nice suggestion: The Journal should pay for drinks and a meal somewhere nice… C’mon :)(We promise to get them a wedding present if it comes to it)5 of the comments which received the most thumbs upJeff Swords got more than 1,380 thumbs up for this brief comment on the article about how Fianna Fáil are now officially the most popular party in the country: So the Irish electorate are officially idiots?Donncha O’Callaghan spoke to TheScore.ie about the Ireland versus England rugby match ten years ago where English captain Martin Johnson refused to move from Ireland’s side of the red carpet. Nicky Power got 1071 thumbs up for this: There are some moments in a sports persons career that define them, that incident was Martin Johnson’s. It will forever last as a monument to his character. He is a dick. An absolute dick.There was an unexpectedly huge amount of interest in the birth of Amy Huberman and Brian O’Driscoll’s first child this week. Joan Featherstone got 924 thumbs up here: Ah that’s brilliant, she looked fab at the awards…best of luck to them all, BOD is lovely very unassuming!There seems to be no end in sight to the saga of horsemeat masquerading as other meat. Peter Connolly got 812 thumbs up for this comment: Get back to you local butcher folks,And this is just beef that’s being tested.This is a wake up call that we all need to be more aware if what we eat in every regard , if this can happen just imagine where its going to end ?Watch this space !Finally, we asked for your worst date stories. People shared – and in some cases overshared – tales of supreme awkwardness, rudeness, injuries and lateness, but Paul Minogue topped the list with 809 thumbs up for his story: Second date. After a few too many drinks we’re in a taxi heading home. I’m half asleep on his lap in the back. Next thing I know I’m covered in vomit. He was so hammered he puked on me. Morto. I forgave him and we got married just over a year ago:-)Spot any good comments during the week? Let us know: mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any suggestions for comments of the week.
IRELAND SEEMS TO be constantly traumatised by its mistreatment of unmarried mothers and their babies – those whom poverty or family abandonment consigned to the margins of society to suffer unimaginable pain in religious-run, State-funded institutions.I felt it was important to show solidarity with survivors some years ago after the horrors revealed in the landmark Ryan report on institutional abuse, and to record not only the abuse but its enduring effects on survivors’ lives as adults.Thus, Stolen Lives grew out of the aftermath of the first national March of Solidarity with survivors of institutional abuse on 10 June, 2009, which the late Christine Buckley and I organised with the support of Barnardos, One in Four and the Children’s Rights Alliance, after publication of the Ryan Report.A day after the solidarity march, which brought 5,000 people onto the streets in Dublin in a silent protest under the banner “Cherishing all of the children of the nation equally”, a Dáil debate on the Ryan report was opened.Stolen childhoodsThe abuse was described by then-Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny, now An Taoiseach, as “torture, pure and simple”. Eamon Gilmore, now An Tánaiste, said it was “a stain on the conscience of our nation.” Michael D Higgins, now An tUachtarain, said: “There is evidence of an institutional collusion that was deep, continuous and sinister in terms of its relationship between church and State”.Through such “collusion” not only were childhoods stolen but the horrors these children suffered blighted their entire lives. Some found their suffering unendurable and died by suicide.My book focuses on 10 survivors ranging in age from 54 to 87, who reveal the shocking details of the abuse and how it shattered their adulthood. With no chance of happiness, some lives descended into alcohol, drugs or crime and others ended up abandoned once again on the margins of society or on the streets of London or Liverpool and beyond.After two decades as a journalist with Reuters in various parts of the world, no project I’ve handled has been quite as harrowing as this book. In the course of compiling it I have come to believe that the abuse of children in industrial schools was one of the darkest chapters in Ireland’s history. Childhoods were stolen, adult lives were rent asunder.Isolated from the outside worldThere have been other appalling cases of religious and secular abuse here, as in other countries, but what made the institutional abuse particularly horrific was that the crimes were committed against children largely isolated from the outside world.In the Dáil debate on June 11, 2009, Enda Kenny also said: “We cannot re-write those stories, nor can we write a happy ending to them. But it is our clear and inescapable duty to reach out and rescue, to listen and to learn and to create something out of this catalogue of cruelty in which, as a nation, we can take some pride”.But five years later we still have a long way to go to try to fashion something in which we can take pride. Within weeks of the publication of the book, the Tuam babies case and other like it around the country were revealing a fresh catalogue of horror, convulsing the nation again.There have been many apologies. Yet in the case of the Ryan report, the Government is still pursuing the religious congregations for their half of the bill for the abuse, which now stands at €1.36 billion.In writing Stolen Lives I also found little had changed as regards transparency since the Ryan report. The Christian Brothers, through Province Leader Br Kevin Mullan, said they were “not in a position to furnish information” as to whether certain Brothers were still alive to respond to allegations in Stolen Lives nor did he proffer a reason or reasons for not providing such information.Against such walls of silence and indifference, those who have told their stories are owed a huge debt of gratitude for their courage in reliving the horrors they suffered and the nightmares they still endure.I would like to acknowledge especially their foremost champion, the late Christine Buckley, for her unstinting support with this book, which she hoped would be completed for this 5th anniversary of the Ryan report.Bette Browne has worked as a journalist with Reuters in Europe, the United States and Asia. She now lives and works in Dublin. Her official website can be found at www.BetteBrowne.comProceeds from Stolen Lives, priced at €7.99 and available at www.bettebrowne.com, are going after covering publication costs to the Aislinn Education & Support Centre for Survivors of Institutional Abuse, co-founded by Christine and Carmel McDonnell-Byrne, where countless survivors have found solace and support.Read: TD says sending children to adult psychiatric units is ‘inhumane’Read: Here’s a list of maternity homes in Ireland in 1947
On the WebLegacy Health’s Clear initiative and information on an upcoming health literacy conferenceWhat a physician says and what a patient hears can be two different things, especially for those among the nearly half of the U.S. adult population with low health literacy.Health literacy is defined by the Institute of Medicine as the capacity to obtain, understand and process basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions.Nothing — not age, income, employment status, education level or racial group — affects health status more than literacy skills, according to the National Patient Safety Foundation.“When patients don’t take their medications the way we think they are, things can get worse and sometimes quickly,” said Dr. Kelley Aurand, a family practitioner at Legacy Medical Group’s Fisher’s Landing clinic.Legacy Health is combating health illiteracy with a new campaign called Clear: Communication, Literacy and Education Achieve Results. The goal is to promote health literacy awareness and provide tools to help patients overcome literacy challenges.
With the benchmark indices witnessing heavy sell-off in the past few trading sessions ahead of the US central bank meeting this week, where it is expected to raise interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade, analysts expect such a move to bring a relief for the domestic stock markets instead of inducing further volatility.Both the BSE S&P Sensex and Nifty stock indices are currently trading at a three-month low amid concerns over huge outflows led by imminent interest rate in the US. The rupee is also trading at a two-year low of over 67 against the US dollar, as investors remain jittery over massive outflows from the domestic markets once the US Federal Reserve tightens policy rates.Although it is almost certain that the US central bank will hike lending rates at its two-day meeting on 15-16 December, the bank is expected to take the gradual approach on additional tightening in the next 12 months.As a result, equity markets may start showing less volatility once the US Fed takes the rate increase decision at this week’s meeting.”We may see a ‘buy on news’ kind of scenario once we are done with the US Federal Reserve meeting. At least that one uncertainty would be out of the way, which will be a relief for markets,” Dipan Mehta, Member BSE & NSE, said in an interview with ET Now.The sell-off seen in the market in the run-up to the US Fed meeting has been led largely by foreign institutional investors (FIIs). So far this month, overseas investors have sold stocks worth nearly Rs 5,000 crore, besides shares worth over Rs 7,000 crore last month.The incessant sell-off is also expected to come to a halt once the US central banks finalises a rate increase.”I would not bet on Goods and Services Tax (GST) as a major trigger point for the market, but the Fed decision will certainly make a difference because at least the relentless FII selling we are seeing over the past few weeks might just come under control, and that would make a big difference,” said Mehta.After falling by over 2% last week, the benchmark indices rebounded on Monday showing the markets have already priced in the eventuality. While the Sensex gained 105 points or 0.42% to end at 25,150 points, the 50-share Nifty ended at 7,650 points, up 39 points or 0.52%.Analysts recommend investors to take advantage of the weakness in the markets and buy stocks from a long-term perspective.”The domestic factors are giving lot of comfort. India is likely to grow at 8% over the next 1-2 years. 2016 will be great year to make money in quality stocks,” NDTV Profit quoted G Chokkalingam, founder of Equinomics Research & Advisory.
The scientists, Konstantinos Iliopoulos and coauthors from the University of Angers, France, have published their study in a recent issue of the Journal of the American Chemical Society. The researchers designed a new class of nonlinear optical (NLO) coumarin-based polymers that can be reversibly transformed into dimers (which are large molecules made of two identical smaller molecules) under irradiation by different wavelengths of light. Whereas wavelengths greater than 300 nm can produce dimers, wavelengths less than 280 nm do the reverse, separating each dimer into two individual molecules. Since each type of molecule is electronically and structurally very different, optically controlling this process can provide the basis for writing, reading, erasing, and rewriting data.“The most important issue is the conjugation of several aspects in one system,” coauthor Denis Gindre of the University of Angers told PhysOrg.com. “First, a high density of data storage; second, re-writability; and third, the fact that these issues can only be addressed by a non-linear technique (and are non-detectable by linear techniques).” To demonstrate the possibility of writing data in this way, the scientists irradiated a coumarin-based polymer with a laser with a wavelength of 700 nm (for a two-photon process at 350 nm). The laser created a photodimerization reaction of the coumarin molecules, changing the polymer into a dimer form. By controlling the irradiation, the scientists demonstrated the recording of lines and dots.The recorded data could be read by a method called second-harmonic generation (SHG)-assisted imaging, in which photons interacting with the NLO material combine to form photons with twice the energy. The level of SHG signals is significantly lower than the unwritten background area, resulting in two distinct logical levels. No loss of recorded bits along the reading process was observed because the UV light generated by SHG is not absorbed by the molecules, avoiding the erasing of information by further chemical reaction.Finally, the scientists showed that the data could be erased and rewritten in the same area. To erase, the written polymer was exposed to a UV light with a wavelength of less than 280 nm, which converted the dimer polymer back into its original form. After using SHG imaging to confirm that the data was erased, the scientists repeated the writing process with the longer-wavelength laser. This novel approach to optical data storage has the potential to provide an efficient, high-capacity data storage method, the scientists note. Also, because the reading process can be carried out only by SHG imaging, the technique could be used for the sensitive field of hidden 3D data storage.“This technique can, in principle, be applied to a bulk 3D material,” said coauthor Marc Sallé of the University of Angers. “With such a concept, it is impossible to read the written information with conventional linear techniques like optical microscopy, polarization microscopy, atomic force microscopy, and so on. This is why the term ‘hidden’ was used. One potential application is, for instance, undetectable marking to detect fakes or counterfeits.” This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Five-Dimensional DVD Could Hold Data of 30 Blu-ray Discs Explore further (Top) The image in (a) shows lines written using the photodimerization technique, corresponding to lower SHG signals in (b). (Bottom) These images show a line that was (a) written, (b) erased, and (c) rewritten perpendicular to the first line. Image credit: Iliopoulos, et al. © 2010 American Chemical Society. More information: Konstantinos Iliopoulos, et al. “Reversible Two-Photon Optical Data Storage in Coumarin-Based Copolymers.” Journal of the American Chemical Society, Article ASAP. DOI: 10.1021/ja1047285 Copyright 2010 PhysOrg.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or part without the express written permission of PhysOrg.com. Citation: Scientists propose ‘hidden’ 3D optical data storage technique (2010, October 13) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2010-10-scientists-hidden-3d-optical-storage.html (PhysOrg.com) — By using a laser to reversibly combine and separate molecules, scientists have demonstrated a new optical data storage technique. Because the data can be read by only one kind of imaging technique (second-harmonic generation-assisted imaging), the new method could be used for hidden 3D data storage.
(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) “This is probably the biggest (environmental) disaster in Curacao,” said Peter van Leeuwen of the Stichting SMOC group. “The whole area of Jan Kok is black. The birds are black. The crabs are black. The plants are black. Everything is draped in oil.”Curacao-based journalist Dick Drayer, who covers the Netherlands Antilles for Dutch television, estimated that the spill covers an area “of around 30 soccer fields.” He added that three distinct oil slicks are floating offshore and are “threatening the southern coast of Curacao.”Photographs of Curacao’s southern Jan Kok area show a darkened coast and gobs of oil dripping off of coastline rocks and mixing in the surf. Oil-smudged flamingos, crustaceans, and lizards can be seen struggling on the wind-swept reserve of salt flats.Van Leeuwen said the spill started threatening wildlife sometime last week but cleanup efforts by the company only recently got under way at the nature reserve, no more than 1,000 meters away from big tanks where Petroleos de Venezuela SA stores thousands of gallons of crude oil.“A lot of time has gone by without any action. It’s been about one week before somebody at the company has done anything at all,” he said, adding that workmen are now excavating holes on Jan Kok’s beach to capture the spilled oil and mix it with sand and soil in order to cart it away. Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology Curacao dive shop operator Ingrid Van Den Bosch said she has seen no evidence that the island’s world-class diving sites have been impacted by the spill. ___David McFadden on Twitter: http://twitter.com/dmcfadd Associated PressKINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) – An extensive fuel spill has fouled a stretch of shoreline and oiled pink flamingos and other wildlife in a nature preserve in Curacao, conservationists and residents of the tiny Dutch Caribbean island said Monday.The leader of a local environmental group asserted Monday that the spill of crude oil at Curacao’s Jan Kok preserve was from at least one storage tank owned by the Isla oil refinery, the largest business and employer on the southern Caribbean island best known for its diving opportunities and colorful capital of Willemstad. The island’s refinery is run by the state-owned oil company of Venezuela, only about 40 miles away. Comments Share Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Top Stories Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Numerous calls to Kenneth Gijsbertha, the Curacao spokesman for the Isla oil refinery, went unanswered Monday.The Isla refinery is a sprawling expanse of metal pipes, chemical converters and concrete by Willemstad’s bay. For years, activists have complained about the thick haze of smoke that sometimes blankets the area around the refinery, which can produce roughly 220,000 barrels a day.Venezuela’s state-owned oil company is grappling with arguably more pressing problems. On Saturday, a huge explosion rocked the energy-rich country’s biggest oil refinery, unleashing a ferocious fire that killed at least 41 people and injured more than 150 others.Jacintha Constancia, Curacao’s minister of public health, environment and nature, also did not answer calls on Monday to explain what the government was doing about the spill or to prevent future accidents.Nena Sanchez, a painter and former “Miss Curacao” who runs a plantation house and art studio on a hillside just above the Jan Kok salt flats, described the oil spill as “definitely extensive.”“We’re very, very upset about the whole deal. We don’t know if the damage is so bad that the flamingos will go somewhere else because there is nothing left to eat here,” Sanchez said from her cactus-studded retreat above Jan Kok. Sponsored Stories 4 ways to protect your company from cyber breaches Four benefits of having a wireless security system
FILE – In this Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015, file photo, Morgan Spurlock attends an event at the SVA Theatre in New York. Declaring “I am part of the problem,” Spurlock confessed in an online post Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017, to sexual harassment, infidelity and said a woman accused him of rape in college. (Photo by Ben Hider/Invision/AP, File) Spurlock on sexual harassment: ‘I am part of the problem’ by The Associated Press Posted Dec 14, 2017 6:12 am PDT Last Updated Dec 14, 2017 at 9:00 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email ATLANTA – Declaring “I am part of the problem,” documentarian Morgan Spurlock confessed in an online post to sexual harassment and infidelity, and said a woman accused him of rape in college.In the post, which he linked to from his verified Twitter account, Spurlock wrote that as he watches other influential men brought down by allegations of sexual misconduct, “I don’t sit by and wonder ‘who will be next?’ I wonder, ‘when will they come for me?’”Spurlock recounted a sexual encounter in college which he said he thought was consensual, but said the woman believed it was rape.“I tried to comfort her. To make her feel better,” Spurlock wrote. “I thought I was doing ok, I believed she was feeling better. She believed she was raped. That’s why I’m part of the problem.”Spurlock also said he paid a settlement to a female assistant who worked at his office and whom he called “hot pants” or “sex pants.” In the post, Spurlock says he thought the nickname was funny but later realized he was demeaning her.“So, when she decided to quit, she came to me and said if I didn’t pay her a settlement, she would tell everyone,” he wrote. “Being who I was, it was the last thing I wanted, so of course, I paid.”Spurlock also wrote that he has “been unfaithful to every wife and girlfriend I have ever had.”“Over the years, I would look each of them in the eye and proclaim my love and then have sex with other people behind their backs,” Spurlock wrote.Spurlock wrote that he will do better and will be more honest with others and with himself. He ends the post by saying: “I’ve talked enough in my life. … I’m finally ready to listen.”The New York Times reported that Spurlock stepped down from his production company Thursday. Warrior Poets, which Spurlock co-founded, said in an emailed statement that the move was effective immediately but did not indicate whether it would be permanent.Spurlock is best known for his Oscar-nominated 2004 documentary “Super Size Me” on the fast-food industry, in which he ate nothing but McDonald’s food to show the health effects of the industry. He has produced dozens of other documentaries and TV shows and completed a sequel to “Super Size Me” this year.In response to Spurlock’s confession, LeBron James’ production company announced Thursday that it will cancel its production agreement with Spurlock’s company, which it had hired to produce a series about the NBA star’s school for at-risk children in his hometown of Akron, Ohio.
Jonathan McReynolds wins big at Stellar Gospel Music Awards LAS VEGAS — Jonathan McReynolds was the top winner at the Stellar Gospel Music Awards, taking home six trophies during a ceremony that also included a posthumous tribute to the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin.Chicago gospel artist McReynolds was crowned artist of the year Friday night and his song “Not Lucky” was named song of the year. He also took home honours for best contemporary male vocalist, contemporary CD and producer of the year.Jekalyn Carr was named female vocalist of the year and The Walls Group won the award for duo/chorus group of the year. The best new artist trophy went to Jabari Johnson.The tribute to Franklin was performance by Kelly Price, Regina Belle and Erica Campbell.The Stellar Awards will be telecast on BET on April 19.The Associated Press AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email FILE – In this Oct. 11, 2016 file photo, Jonathan McReynolds performs at the 47th Annual GMA Dove Awards at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tenn. McReynolds was the top winner at the Stellar Gospel Music Awards, taking home six trophies during a ceremony that also included a posthumous tribute to the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin. Thanks to his album “Make Room,” Chicago gospel artist McReynolds was crowned artist of the year Friday, March 29, 2019 and his song “Not Lucky” was named song of the year. He also took home honors for contemporary male vocalist, contemporary CD and producer of the year.(Photo by Wade Payne/Invision/AP, File) by The Associated Press Posted Mar 30, 2019 12:12 pm PDT
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