The Canadian Press VANCOUVER — An environmental group wants the National Energy Board to reconsider the Trans Mountain expansion project’s impact on climate change, especially in relation to greenhouse gas emissions and the marine environment.Stand.earth filed a motion with the board asking it to apply the same standard to the project as it did with the Energy East pipeline, before it submits its final report to the federal government on Feb. 22.The group’s spokesman Sven Biggs says the board rejected the group’s attempts to put climate change on the agenda in 2014 and again last year but scientists have recently said its impacts are worse than expected so the issue is more pressing.Biggs says the federal government has never done a proper climate review of the Trans Mountain project but there’s still a chance that could change.Stand.earth says the project would lead to more carbon dioxide in the air getting absorbed into the ocean, causing higher acidity levels that would impact endangered killer whales.A spokesman for the board says the submission had not yet been reviewed on the project.The Federal Court of Appeal quashed Ottawa’s approval of the project last August, saying Canada failed to meaningfully consult with First Nations and that the board decision failed to examine how the project would affect the ocean ecosystem.
In a statement, Martin Kobler, head of the UN Organization Stabilization Mission in the DRC (MONUSCO), uregd “decisive joint military actions of FARDC [Congolese army] and MONUSCO to start as soon as possible in order to relieve the population from the terror imposed by the ADF [Allied Democratic Forces], once and for all”. Around two dozen people in Eringeti, North of Beni were killed by suspected ADF elements in the night between 17 and 18 October, the Mission says. This follows an incident in the early evening of 15 October, when a group of assailants presumed to belong to the ADF attacked the Ngadi and Kadu localities in Beni area leading to the death of more than two dozen people. “This sequence of violence, killings, assassinations, and human rights violations in Beni territory needs to stop immediately and I strongly condemn these atrocious acts” added Mr. Kobler, who is also the Special Representative of the Secretary-General in the DRC. Mr. Kobler was in Beni yesterday to pay tribute to the families of the victims of these atrocious attacks. While there, he and the Mission’s acting Force Commander stressed MONUSCO’s full and unwavering determination to neutralize all illegal armed groups in eastern DRC, including the ADF. Meanwhile, in addition to the increased engagement of its Force, MONUSCO has ordered a more active presence of its Police components in the area. read more
“We need to help human beings caught up in horrendous circumstances, which they had no role in creating and have no power to change,” the Secretary-General noted in an opinion piece published today in Belgian French-language newspaper, Le Soir, and other media outlets in Europe. In the opinion piece, the Secretary-General looked back to his recent visit to the Greek island of Lesbos, which is where many refugees and migrants first arrive when entering Europe and where he saw and heard first-hand their plight at the island’s Kara Tepe and Moria locations. “The waters were calm the day I visited. But not so long ago, the horizon was filled with flimsy, overcrowded boats making their way across cold and choppy waters. People arrived by the thousands, some still with shrapnel wounds from the fighting they had fled just days earlier,” he wrote.“I spoke with Syrians, Iraqis, Pakistanis and others. I sensed immense gratitude for their temporary haven,” he added. “But I also saw simmering frustration at their uncertain futures, causing tensions within and beyond the facilities. As one person said, ‘it is the waiting that is killing everyone inside.’”Mr. Ban highlighted that the people of Greece and Lesbos had responded “admirably” to the influx of so many people in need, adding that, “If tiny Lesbos can do so much, surely others can do more.”In that vein, the UN chief urged world leaders to uphold their political, moral and legal obligations by taking the following five steps: relocate more people, protect people, provide more resettlement as well as humanitarian and complementary pathways for admission, fight xenophobia and hatred, and address the root causes of forced displacement. “The situation is complex, yet simple, in its fundamentals: we need to help human beings caught up in horrendous circumstances, which they had no role in creating and have no power to change,” he wrote. “Large movements of people have occurred before and we have coped. With the world now richer than ever and more knowledgeable than ever, we should be able to cope better than ever, and do right for today’s and future generations.”The Secretary-General also urged all world leaders to attend the UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants taking place at UN Headquarters in New York in September, and for which the goal is a new global compact on responsibility-sharing for refugees and another one for safe, orderly and regular migration. read more
Although these elements are thought to include American and British special forces, a UK government spokesman said “there are no British forces on the ground in Syria”. However, the spokesman confirmed to The Telegraph that British jets had on one occasion engaged forces loyal to Syria’s leader, Bashar al-Assad, after SDF troops in contact had called for support. He said the situation was a one-off and if the SDF saw coalition jets as “top cover” for anything other than their fight against Isil they would likely have all support withdrawn.Such incidents are indicative of the complicated and evolving situation. An RAF Intelligence Officer admitted Isil were a resilient enemy. The group shot down a US helicopter in March, he said, and the insurgents have been known to strap bombs onto commercially-bought hand-held drones, before flying them at targets. An RAF Typhoon pilot, with over 4000 flying hours, said a simple yet robust system has been put in place to ensure British and Russian jets never get close to each other. For security purposes this mechanism will not be divulged to the public. Of the residual Isil threat, the group can “no longer weather the storm,” says an RAF Intelligence Officer. Their use of torture and human shields shows why they need to be eradicated.“Our mission is to defeat Daesh before they can export terrorism or inspire terrorism back in the UK,” says Gp Capt Dickens. Terrorism is not defined by national borders, its inspired by a narrative, he added.“If we can defeat them as a fighting force, people will not be inspired by their message.”“What we are seeing is that they are increasingly leaving the battlefield. Their experience from Iraq and Syria is that if they stay, we will target them and we will kill them from the air.” The Daily Telegraph understands the Defence Secretary is particularly concerned that Isil – also known as Daesh – might gain a foothold in Afghanistan on the back of a resurgent Taliban. The ungoverned spaces across north Africa are other areas of concern.“Daesh is facing territorial defeat in Syria and Iraq but the battle against their poisonous ideology and barbarism is not over,” Mr Williamson said.“We must be prepared as the terrorists change their approach, disperse into other countries and prepare for a potential insurgency.”Commenting on the enduring threat, Mr Williamson said: “Daesh remains the most significant terrorist threat to the UK due to its ability to inspire, direct and launch attacks. That is why we continue working through the Global Coalition to hunt down Daesh terrorists wherever they lurk.” Alongside the “overwhelming firepower” from the air, coalition ground troops support the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in their effort to clear the last pockets of resistance. Groundcrew at RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus move two RAF Tornados in readiness for operations over Syria, July 5 2018.Credit:David Rose The air campaign consists of forces from 73 nations. Air Cdre Dennis says that the “fake caliphate” has been expelled from Iraq and the small pockets of resistance in Syria hold only two per cent of the territory they did in 2015.Britain is the second largest contributor to the air war. Of the 27,000 air strikes since the campaign started in 2014, around 1,700 have been from British Typhoon and Tornado fighters and Reaper drones. Voyager refuelling aircraft and Sentinel intelligence assets provide additional niche capabilities. We will target them and we will kill them from the airGroup Captain Dickens A single-seat Typhoon fighter takes off from RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus for missions in support of the Syrian Democratic Forces. July 5 2018. Credit:David Rose The Defence Secretary’s comments come as British military commanders in the region have been talking about the progress in destroying the insurgent force. Air Commodore Roddy Dennis, who leads Britain’s contribution to the air war against Isil, said the group was no longer a credible force, but needed to be stopped completely.“They’re running scared and know we’re hunting them,” he said at RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus, from where British aircraft are launched. “They are part of a target set that presents a threat to the UK and we have a government mandate to remove that threat.”“We will attrit them with ruthless precision, and for them there is only one trend: down.” Video footage just declassified by the MoD shows a strike by British Tornados on an Isil weapons facility on June 27. Two Paveway IV guided bombs were used to destroy the site. There were no civilian casualties. Britain must be prepared to fight a future insurgency unless Isil is wiped out in Syria, the Defence Secretary has warned.The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) insurgent group is not fully defeated, Gavin Williamson says, and if allowed to escape their “poisonous ideology” will cause further devastation if the momentum to destroy them falters.Although virtually absent from Iraq and significantly degraded in Syria, Isil fighters remain hidden in unpopulated desert areas including caves.From around 50,000 fighters in 2014, the insurgents are now thought to number only about 2,000. But they are still launching brutal attacks on civilians including beheadings, burning people alive and dragging victims behind motorbikes. The presence of Russian forces in the conflict zone has added further complexity. Group Captain Chas Dickens, the commander of 903 Expeditionary Air Wing, said a hotline has been established between the coalition air headquarters in Al Udeid, Qatar, and the Russians to “de-escalate tension”.“We recognise it requires communication to ensure no miscalculation or unusual air activity,” Gp Capt Dickens says. The hotline is used on average seven hours a week. Seen just outside the fuselage windows of an RAF Voyager tanker aircraft, RAF Typhoon fighters taking part in Op Shader refuel in theatre during a mission in southern Syria. Clearly visible on the jet is a Paveway IV laser guided bomb (the seeker head of another is seen on the far side) and an Advanced Medium Range Air to Air Missile (AMRAAM) on the aircraft’s belly. July 6 2018.Credit:David Rose 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. read more
There are lots of reasons we don’t see huge, multicellular bacterial creatures running around on land, but the biggest reason is that bacteria are barely more than bags of soup. The bacterial genome floats in the main cell compartment right along with its protein products, waste from the cellular processes, and every other reaction in the cell.That’s fine if all you want to do is eat and divide, perhaps flap a tail for sperm-like locomotion, but far too difficult to control if your goal is even slightly more complex. Specialized cell types that work together to make something as complicated as, say, a dust mite, require a much finer ability to control internal processes than one huge reaction pool could possibly provide. Evolution solved this problem by creating a new class of life that cordoned off different sorts of actions in different sections of the cell — we call these eukaryotes, and we still don’t understand them very well at all.Probably the biggest impediment to truly understanding eukaryotic cells, which encompass plants, animals, and fungi, is that their many compartments communicate and pass products around as needed. A protein might be first made in the endoplasmic reticulum, move through some portion of the Golgi apparatus, then somehow end up embedded in the exterior membrane. Such localization is the reason eukaryotes came about in the first place, of course, but biochemists have long been vexed at the prospect of following a particular protein through all the intermediate steps it takes in its lifetime — and more importantly, at the prospect of controlling those steps.The latest Nobel Prize in Medicine was handed out this week for several decades of work done on solving just this problem. The recipients collectively provided a wealth of evidence for a new model of protein traffic inside a cell, one that begins to offer scientists a way to predict and even influence that traffic. Their model proposes a lock-and-key mechanism in which the first organelle (a cellular compartment or “organ”) buds off a bubble full of our protein(s), one studded with the molecular key. This protein transport bubble, called a vesicle, floats through the cell until it bumps into the intended recipient organelle, where the receptor molecules grab hold of the vesicle and fuse with it, consuming its contents.What does this mean for you? Protein traffic is such a basic process in plant and animal cells that it could be said to underlie virtually everything they do, but some diseases are linked to faulty protein traffic more directly. Certain types of diabetes, for instance, arise from an inability to read and respond to signals about blood sugar levels. The winners’ past work has been used to improve diagnosis and treatment of several types of immune disorders and childhood epilepsy.With a detailed enough understanding of protein traffic, however, we could potentially cure all kinds of different diseases. There’s increasing evidence that a trafficking problem is the cause of many cases of Alzheimer’s disease — and understanding precisely where that problem occurs is the first step to fixing it. If, say, a protein is missing a particularly important modification on its way to a job site, we now know enough to significantly narrow the search for culprits. Find it — perhaps it’s a mutated signalling molecule that doesn’t allow fusion with the proper target — and correcting the problem becomes a matter of engineering.In fact, pretty much every advance in neurology relies at least somewhat on this work. Neurons in the brain release and take up neurotransmitters with very similar processes, sending vesicles back and forth — though this time the bubbles ferry proteins between two cells rather than within one. You can thank our understanding of vesicle traffic for the explosion of psycho-active drugs in the past twenty years or so. Again, understanding the complex processes that underpin life is the hard part; once understanding is in place, manipulating those processes is what we’re best at.That’s why this research received the Nobel Prize: after all these years, the field these three researchers largely pioneered has continued to bear fruit across more and more areas of research, to allow progress in fields all over biology, from epilepsy to schizophrenia to Viagra. It’s a process that allowed life to give rise to the amazing diversity we see today. We’re just now beginning to grasp how it works. read more
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Simon Overland, Victoria’s Police Commissioner, met with Melbourne’s multilingual media last week as a way of strengthening police ties with Victoria’s multicultural communities.Over 50 members of Melbourne’s ethnic media attended the informal gathering. Commissioner Overland emphasised the “shared responsibility between police and the media to provide important messages to the public” adding the need to maintain “open dialogue to understand” each other’s perspectives. He underscored the importance of networking with the ethnic media so as to ensure a positive relationship between the police force and members of culturally diverse communitieThe Commissioner went on to announce five New and Emerging Community Liaison Officers beginning next this week in a pilot program lasting 12 months. Talking about the Community Liaison Officers, “They will bring expertise and knowledge about new cultures, languages and the unique settlement process for each community that in the past have posed challenges for police.” read more
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Multiculturalism in Australia took a front seat at the launch of the Federal Parliamentary Friends of Multiculturalism launch at the University of Sydney last week. Labor Member for Calwell Maria Vamvakinou and Liberal Member Russell Broadbent said as the groups co-convenors they were thrilled with the groups success and widespread support since its inception on March 24, 2011. Highlights of the evening included: a rendition of Cantonese opera by president of the Spring Glory Singers Rita Ho; a photographic exhibition of Multicultural Australia by Louise Whelan; and Moriah College students talking about the origin of their names as a reflection of Australia’s multicultural community and personal histories. The Federal Parliamentary Friends of Multiculturalism plans to host satellite events in all of Australia’s states and territories. read more
Fire activity is anticipated on Wednesday on the eastern flank of the fire where continuous black spruce stands are very receptive to fire spread. The short and long term goal is to prevent the fire from getting established east of Mystery Creek Road. Casey: “On this fire, like many fires in Alaska, it is unsafe to put the firefighters right against the hotline where there are sometimes 40 foot flames. So, when we can’t do that we use an indirect technique which means we brushing out an area, clearing out a fireline, and then burning off that fireline to have the main fire meet that line. This will create smoke.” Firefighters and fire prevention specialists are visiting Sterling community neighborhoods to assess the readiness of homeowners. There is currently no immediate threat to Sterling but now is the time to be prepared. Kale Casey with the State Division of Forestry says residents should anticipate heavy smoke in the coming days: “We are fighting fire with fire. It keeps our firefighters safe, but does create smoke. So, we are sacrificing that smoke now so we can establish control lines and protect everyone’s houses.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Swan Lake Fire is estimated at 15,648 acres as of Tuesday, with roughly 169 staff members in the air and with boots on the ground. Currently the fire is 5 miles east of Sterling and 2.7 miles north of the Sterling Highway. Aerial supervisors will assess the fire behavior and will direct helicopter bucket work and air tankers as needed to keep this edge in check. Fire crews will continue to look for opportunities to utilize burnout operations and will begin the process of mopping up control lines. More information can be found at Firewise.org,Alaska.gov/fire/firewise or Wildland Fire – Ready Set Go! For the 6AM update: http://www.radiokenai.net/swan-lake-fire-reaches-15648-acres-with-crews-arriving-from-lower-48-today/ read more
Facebook Twitter Email NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Feb 17, 2016 – 5:08 pm Max Schneider: Modeling With Madonna GRAMMY winner Madonna joined comedian Amy Schumer onstage for a power duo of hilarity on Sept. 26 at the Comedy Cellar in New York. The show also included comedians Aziz Ansari, Louis CK, Pete Holmes, and Jon Stewart. News This isn’t the first time the dynamic duo supported each other. In 2015 Schumer, a two-time GRAMMY nominee, opened for Madge at Madison Square Garden, which the singer reciprocated in October 2016 to rally support for then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.Universal Hip-Hop Museum To Open In New York CityRead more Madonna Joins Amy Schumer For Comedy Show In NYC GRAMMY winner joins comedian onstage for her stand-up debutGRAMMY winner joins comedian onstage for her stand-up debutGRAMMYs Sep 27, 2017 – 11:07 am The “Material Girl” tried out some of her newest material on an unsuspecting audience — stand-up comedy. Madonna, Amy Schumer Crack Up NYC Crowd madonna-joins-amy-schumer-comedy-show-nyc https://www.instagram.com/p/BZh9CEOldG6 Madonna posted that her virgin stand-up experience was a “thrill,” while Schumer jokingly thanked the Comedy Cellar for “taking a chance on our new act.” read more
The charge sheet accusing two expelled leaders of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) in a case filed over brandishing firearms during a hawker eviction drive in Gulistan area of the capital was placed before a Dhaka court on Sunday, reports UNB.The two charge-sheeted accused are BCL Dhaka south city unit general secretary Sabbir Hossain and Wari unit general secretary Ashiqur Rahman.Earlier on Wednesday, sub-inspector Akram Hossain of Shahbag police station, also the investigation officer of the case, submitted the charge sheet to Dhaka chief metropolitan magistrate court, said court GRO Mahmudul Hasan.On 27 October 2016, hundreds of hawkers locked into a clash with police after a team of Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) officials, led by an executive magistrate, tried to carry out an eviction drive against illegal structures in Gulistan area.The picture of Sabbir and Ashiqur brandishing guns during the clash appeared in the media the next day.However, immediately after the incident, the two accused leaders were expelled by the ruling party’s student affiliate. read more
British police officers stand on duty at a cordon near a bench covered in a protective tent (R), at The Maltings shopping centre in Salisbury, southern England, on 13 March, 2018, where a man and woman were found critically ill on 4 March, after being apparently poisoned with what was later identified as a nerve agent sparking a major incident. Photo: AFPMoscow on Tuesday denied it was behind the poisoning of a former double agent in Britain as a midnight deadline loomed to explain how a suspected Russian-made nerve agent was used in the attack.”Russia is not guilty,” said foreign minister Sergei Lavrov of the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter in an English city on 4 March.The United States, NATO and the European Union have all backed Britain in the deepening diplomatic crisis.Lavrov said Russia was “ready to cooperate”, but complained Britain had rejected its requests for “access” to the nerve agent samples.British prime minister Theresa May told parliament it was “highly likely” Russia was behind the poisoning, giving Moscow until the end of Tuesday to respond.In a cabinet meeting on Tuesday, she called the attack “reckless, indiscriminate and despicable”, adding she would inform MPs of her response on Wednesday.Ahead of the announcement, Britain’s National Security Council will meet “to discuss the response from Russia, whatever that may be,” said May’s spokesman.Foreign secretary Boris Johnson vowed that Britain’s response, if it concludes Russia was responsible, would be “commensurate”.May has said that her government was considering a British version of the US “Magnitsky Act”, which was adopted in 2012 to punish Russian officials accused of human rights violations.Broadcasting regulator Ofcom has also warned Russian state-owned news channel RT that its licence in Britain could be reviewed.British police and intelligence services are also to revisit the deaths of 14 people on its soil that may be linked to Russia, Home Secretary Amber Rudd said Tuesday.- ‘They will not recover’ -Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, remain in a critical condition in hospital after being found unconscious on a bench outside a shopping centre in the southwestern city of Salisbury.Emergency workers in biohazard suits have been deployed in the normally sleepy city, while about 500 people who may have come into minimal contact with the nerve agent were urged to wash clothes and belongings as a precaution.May told British lawmakers that Moscow had previously used a group of nerve agents known as Novichok, had a history of state-sponsored assassinations and viewed defectors such as Skripal as legitimate targets.She demanded Moscow disclose details of its development of the Novichok nerve agents programme to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).Vil Mirzayanov, a chemist who worked on the Novichok programme and now lives in the United States, was quoted as saying that the nerve agent’s effects were “brutal”.”These people are gone — the man and his daughter. Even if they survive they will not recover,” he was quoted as saying.US President Donald Trump said he would “condemn Russia or whoever” was responsible for the attack, while European Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans said the EU was united in “unwavering” solidarity.- ‘Dirty attempt’ -NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the incident was “of great concern”, as the Daily Telegraph newspaper reported that Britain was consulting NATO allies about possibly invoking its Article 5 principle of common defence.But Russian president Vladimir Putin brushed aside questions about Moscow’s involvement in the attack on Monday, telling the BBC: “Sort things out from your side and then we will discuss this with you.”Moscow on Tuesday summoned the British ambassador and called the accusations “another dirty attempt by British authorities to discredit Russia.”British counter-terrorism chief Neil Basu called the investigation “extremely challenging” while giving more details on Tuesday.He revealed that Yulia had arrived in Britain on March 3, the day before the pair visited a pub and an Italian restaurant, ahead of their collapse.The police chief said he was particularly interested in witnesses who saw the pair in Skripal’s red BMW between 1pm (1300 GMT) and 1.45pm on Sunday, on their way into town.Medical professionals treated 38 people in total, he said, 34 of whom were released while one person continues to be monitored.Police officer Nick Bailey, one of the first to the scene, remains “serious but stable”, but is “making good progress”, said Basu.- ‘Sophisticated’ poison -Skripal, an ex-military intelligence officer who was jailed for selling Russian secrets to London, moved to Britain in a spy swap in 2010, settling in Salisbury.Pharmacology experts said Novichok, a broad category of more than 100 nerve agents developed by Russia during the late stages of the Cold War, was “more dangerous and sophisticated” than sarin or VX.The BBC reported that investigators now believe the nerve agent may have been deployed in powder form through the ventilation system of Skripal’s car.The attack carried echoes of the 2006 radiation poisoning of former Russian agent Alexander Litvinenko.A British inquiry concluded in 2016 that Litvinenko’s killing was “probably” approved by President Vladimir Putin. read more
Citation: Predicting random violence by mathematics (2011, July 1) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-07-random-violence-mathematics.html Driving under the influence (of stress): Regional effects of 9/11 attacks on driving More information: Pattern in Escalations in Insurgent and Terrorist Activity, Science 1 July 2011: Vol. 333 no. 6038 pp. 81-84. DOI:10.1126/science.1205068ABSTRACTIn military planning, it is important to be able to estimate not only the number of fatalities but how often attacks that result in fatalities will take place. We uncovered a simple dynamical pattern that may be used to estimate the escalation rate and timing of fatal attacks. The time difference between fatal attacks by insurgent groups within individual provinces in both Afghanistan and Iraq, and by terrorist groups operating worldwide, gives a potent indicator of the later pace of lethal activity. Explore further (PhysOrg.com) — In a new study published in Science, researchers, led by physicist Neil Johnson from the University of Miami, show that attacks by groups such as the Taliban or Hezbollah may seem sporadic, they eventually begin to follow a mathematical pattern. 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. © 2010 PhysOrg.com The researchers looked through public data of military fatalities during the period of 2003 to 2010 in Iraq as well as a ten year period of fighting throughout Afghanistan. Using an open-access software, the researchers discovered that after an initial gap between the first two attacks, the attacks that follow seem to come faster and more frequent, but begin to follow a mathematical pattern.This gradual increase and predictability of attacks seems to point to the facts that, essentially, practice makes perfect. The more the insurgents execute attacks, the easier and more predictable they become. The interval between the first two attacks is the key to predicting future attacks. The researchers were able to devise an equation, based on this interval, which is able to estimate the course of subsequent attacks.The researchers tested this equation on over 3000 fatal terrorist attacks throughout the world and in all tests; the escalation of subsequent attacks estimated by the equation closely matched the actual outcomes.Johnson and his team are currently working on a larger study which is being funded by the United States Office of Naval Research in the hopes of better being able to estimate civilian and military fatalities. Johnson also believes that this new equation will be able to predict cyber-attacks as well as ground attacks. Ongoing adaptation by Red Queen (i.e. insurgents, or terrorist group) and counter-adaptation by Blue King (i.e. coalition military, or counterterrorism organization) leads to a pattern in the escalation of fatal attacks. This pattern is similar to learning patterns seen in nonviolent human activities as diverse as pencil puzzles, ship-building, software installation and cancer surgery. Credit: The MITRE Corporation/Dr. Brian Tivnan read more
According to a formal description of their technique, Virtual Projection “is based on tracking a handheld device without an optical projector and allows selecting a target display on which to position, scale, and orient an item in a single gesture.” © 2011 PhysOrg.com Citation: Virtual Projection team puts iPhone writing on the wall (w/ video) (2012, January 26) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-01-virtual-team-iphone-wall-video.html 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. (PhysOrg.com) — A collaborative team from the University of Calgary, University of Munich, and Columbia, have figured out a way to use a smartphone to project the phone’s display on to external displays nearby. The team thinks of its technology approach, Virtual Projection, as “borrowing available display space in the environment.” Dominikus Baur, Sebastian Boring, and Steven Feiner are behind Virtual Projection. Feiner is Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University where he directs the Computer Graphics and User Interfaces Lab. Invoked computing: Pizza box is too loud! I can’t hear the banana More information: bowr.de/blog/?p=319do.minik.us/virtual-projection … al-projection_pp.pdf Virtual Projection walkthrough: (a) Shaking the device to create a view. (b) Interacting with a non-projected view. (c-e) Creating a projection by aiming at the secondary display, long pressing, and releasing. (f) Synchronized interaction. (g) Projection frustum can be used for filtering or navigating. (h) Projections can be moved or deleted by aiming, long pressing, and dragging out of the display. Image credit: Dominikus Baur, et al. Proceedings of CHI 2012 (preprint) The phone user holds the phone up to the target computer screen, the phone camera captures and compares images from the screen to work out location — the system relies on tracking where the phone is being pointed–and passes information back to the computer screen via WiFi to place the projection on the screen. Multiple users can place images on the same screen, when the users want the images to work together.Baur, currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Calgary, took to his blog this week to elaborate on what the team set out to accomplish: “When we started with Virtual Projection the initial idea was just to artificially replicate the workings of an optical projector.”The team wanted to come up with an easy solution and took up the smartphone concept. “While Virtual Projection has the clear downside that it requires a suitable display and does not work on any regular surface, we can at least fix some of the downsides of its real-world mode,” he said. “One of the first things was getting rid of distortion. When projectors are aimed towards a wall at an angle, keystone distortion can arise, warping the resulting image. Virtual projections can be freely adjusted when it comes to distortion and transformations of the resulting image.”Components used for the team’s no-cables prototype included regular, unmodified iPhones, a server that runs on a Windows-PC, and Wifi .Their official paper on this project, “Virtual Projection: Exploring Optical Projection as a Metaphor for Multi-Device Interactions,” is to appear at the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2012) that starts May 6 in Austin. CHI is an international conference on human-computer interaction.The team is upbeat that they are on to something which, sooner than later, could be a pervasive, everyday opportunity for communication. “Imagine having a VP server running on every display that you encounter in your daily life and being able to ‘borrow’ the display space for a while (e.g., to look something up on a map),” said Baur. “Give it a few more years (and a friendly industry consortium) and this could become reality.” Explore further read more
Microsoft confirms 2 new Windows 10 version 1903 upgrade blocks by Martin Brinkmann on July 14, 2019 in Windows – 12 commentsMicrosoft removed three upgrade blocks from the list of issues affecting upgrades to the company’s Windows 10 version 1903 operating system.We noted in yesterday|s article that users were facing new issues that Microsoft had not confirmed officially at the time even though they appeared widespread enough to warrant at least an entry on the bug tracking list.Microsoft confirmed two new issues on July 12, 2019 that the company considers serious enough to block machines affected by these issues from upgrading to Windows 10 version 1903.One issue affects Surface Book 2 devices exclusively, the other confirms the reported Remote Desktop black screen issue.Surface Book 2 issueMicrosoft confirmed an issue affecting Surface Book 2 devices that causes certain graphics intensive operations to fail on the device after upgrading to Windows 10 version 1903The dGPU may occasionally disappear from device manager on Surface Book 2 with dGPUMicrosoft has identified a compatibility issue on some Surface Book 2 devices configured with Nvidia discrete graphics processing unit (dGPU). After updating to Window 10, version 1903 (May 2019 Feature Update), some apps or games that needs to perform graphics intensive operations may close or fail to open.Microsoft suggests that administrators who upgraded Surface Book 2 devices to Windows 10 version 1903 already restart the device when that happens or run a manual scan for hardware changes in the Device Manager instead.Remote Desktop Black Screen issueThe second confirmed issue affects devices with certain Intel 4 series chipset integrated GPU hardware to which remote connections are established. The issue may occur to any device initiating the remote connection and users may notice that the screen remains black once the connection is established.Initiating a Remote Desktop connection may result in black screenWhen initiating a Remote Desktop connection to devices with some older GPU drivers, you may receive a black screen. Any version of Windows may encounter this issue when initiating a Remote Desktop connection to a Windows 10, version 1903 device which is running an affected display driver, including the drivers for the Intel 4 series chipset integrated GPU (iGPU).Microsoft offers no workaround for the issue at the time but Günter Born published a workaround on his site some hours ago that might resolve the issue.Apart from upgrading graphics driver on affected devices if possible, Born suggests that administrators disable the use of the WDDM graphics display driver for Remote Desktop connections in the Group Policy found under Windows Components > Remote Desktop Services > Remote Desktop Session Host > Remote Session Environment.Now You: are you affected by these issues?SummaryArticle NameMicrosoft confirms 2 new Windows 10 version 1903 upgrade blocksDescriptionMicrosoft confirmed two new issues on July 12, 2019 that the company considers serious enough to block machines affected by these issues from upgrading to Windows 10 version 1903.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement read more
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Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project “He must correct these mistakes and assure us through actions that he is a president of all Egyptians,” wrote the secular al-Aswani before warning that Egyptians will never allow Morsi to turn Egypt into a “Brotherhood state.”Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mohamed ElBaradei, the country’s top reform leader, issued a similar warning on Monday. After Morsi stripped the military of legislative authority, and in the absence of parliament, he cautioned that the president holds “imperial powers.”The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF), which ruled Egypt for 17 months after Mubarak’s ouster, dissolved parliament after a court ruled that a quarter of its members were illegally elected and claimed legislative authority for itself. It stripped the presidency of many of its key powers before it handed the office to Morsi.The defense minister ordered to retire was the head of SCAF and the outgoing chief of staff was his No. 2.SCAF issued constitutional amendments just before Morsi took over that gave the military control over the national budget and the process of drafting a new constitution. The generals also put themselves in charge of all defense and foreign policy, including the appointment of the defense minister. But Morsi reclaimed those powers on Sunday, so far uncontested by the military.During his campaign and the early days of his presidency, Morsi touted himself as “the president of the revolution” and spoke tirelessly of democracy. He pledged inclusiveness, tolerance and promised guaranteed freedoms under his rule _ promises he has done little so far to fulfill.Supporters of the 60-year-old, U.S.-educated engineer say he simply restored his rightful powers that the military grabbed from him.“It is too early to say whether Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood are bent on dominating the state, but there are legitimate concerns given that Morsi now holds executive and legislative authority as well as having an avenue for intervening in constitution writing,” said Jeff Martini of the Rand Corporation.Morsi’s consolidation of his authority comes at a time when his likely opponents are too weak or distracted to challenge him.The pro-democracy youth groups behind the uprising are in disarray. They lost much of the popular appeal they once had among the millions who answered their call to come out and protest during the uprising. Squabbling and demoralized, they may do little more than denounce Morsi just as they did when the military grabbed the president’s power in June. Natural spring cleaning tips and tricks for your home Still far from being a spent force or a paper tiger, the military is now led by a defense minister who owes his job to Morsi. He is expected to fight to keep the military’s traditional say in key security and foreign policy issues, but he is not expected to challenge Morsi’s authority anytime soon.Morsi succeeded Mubarak, whose 29-year rule saw Egypt evolve into a state where a confluence of powers _ the presidency, the hated police and a coterie of wealthy, corrupt businessmen _ held the nation by a stranglehold. Mubarak ruled unchallenged, his ruling party dominated, assured of sweeping every election even before the first ballot was cast. With the support of the police and the presidential establishment, he controlled every state institution.Emergency laws were in force for all 29 years and dissent was tolerated, but only if it fell short of a concrete action to elicit real change.Now Morsi is in effect both the executive and legislative branches combined. And his backers are showing some tell-tale signs of wielding power unchecked.Last week, Brotherhood members of parliament’s upper house named 50 new editors of state-owned publications, many of them known to be sympathetic to the group. The move tightened the Brotherhood’s stranglehold on the media after one of its members took over the Information Ministry in a newly appointed Cabinet backed by the group and led by a devout Muslim. Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Associated PressCAIRO (AP) – Egypt’s Islamist president has given himself the right to legislate and control over the drafting of a new constitution. He has installed at the top of the powerful military a defense minister likely to be beholden to him.Under Mohammed Morsi’s authority, officials have moved to silence influential critics in the media. And though a civilian, he declared himself in charge of military operations against militants in the Sinai peninsula. Comments Share Men’s health affects baby’s health too Top Stories Morsi has counted on the support of the pro-democracy movement in his power struggle with the military. But many of the activists view the Brotherhood as politically opportunistic and obsessed with power, suspecting Morsi is driven by those same ambitions.“Courageous presidential decrees have foiled the counter-revolution plots,” Brotherhood stalwart Essam el-Erian wrote on his Twitter account of Morsi’s latest stand against the military. “The president performed his sovereign duty and realized the demands of the revolution. Every revolutionary must support the president to prevent any attempt against the revolution.”The military is not in a much stronger position to challenge Morsi right now.For decades the nation’s most powerful institution, the military has seen its reputation tainted by the events of the 17 months when it was running the country. Troops clashed with protesters _ sometimes shot them dead or ran them over. The military was vilified for its human rights abuses, dragged into chaotic, post-Mubarak politics and ridiculed in the media.Morsi’s bold order to retire the top brass further hurt the military’s image, shattering its aura of invincibility. Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Sponsored Stories Morsi and the Brotherhood remained silent when a mob of supporters attacked a media complex in a Cairo suburb, smashing offices and cars to punish critics of the president. Supporters also intimidate and sometimes scuffle with protesters outside the presidential palace.And though he is a civilian, the president declared himself to be running military operations against radical Muslims in Sinai after suspected militants killed 16 Egyptian soldiers on the border with Israel on Aug. 5.Morsi, according to insiders, is expected to press ahead with efforts to expand the Brotherhood’s control.He plans to soon replace many of Egypt’s 27 provincial governors with Brotherhood members or sympathizers of the group and purge the judiciary of judges known to be opposed to its policies, according to the insiders familiar with deliberations in Morsi’s inner circle. They spoke on condition of anonymity because they feared retribution.“We are now rid of a state run by the military. What is left for us to do is to rid ourselves from the state of the Brotherhood,” wrote columnist Mohammed Amin in the independent Al-Masry Al-Youm daily.The Brotherhood will be emboldened by Morsi’s standing up to the military as it prepares for new parliamentary elections expected before the end of the year and may press even harder to give the new constitution an Islamist tint over the opposition of liberals. Over the weekend, Morsi ordered the retirement of the defense minister and chief of staff and reclaimed key powers the military seized from him days before he took office on June 30. With that, Egypt’s first freely elected president amassed in his own hands powers that rival those of his ousted authoritarian predecessor, Hosni Mubarak.If left unchecked, there are fears Morsi and his fundamentalist group, the Muslim Brotherhood, could turn the clock back on the country’s tumultuous shift to democratic rule and pursue their goal of someday turning the most populous Arab nation into an Islamic state.The Brotherhood already won both parliamentary and presidential elections after the uprising last year that forced Mubarak out. The question now is whether there is any institution in the country that can check the power of Morsi and the Brotherhood and stop them from taking over the nation’s institutions and consolidating their grip.“Are we looking at a president determined to dismantle the machine of tyranny … or one who is retooling the machine of tyranny to serve his interests, removing the military’s hold on the state so he can lay the foundations for the authority of the Brotherhood?” prominent rights activist and best-selling novelist Alaa al-Aswani wrote in an article published Tuesday in an independent daily. “There will be a firestorm if he interferes in the drafting of the document, but that he has the right to do that amounts to coercive influence on the process,” said Michael W. Hanna of New York’s Century Foundation.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) 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