Twin pillars: Alun-Wyn Jones carries against France with second-row partner Luke Charteris in support LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS TAGS: Highlight Beating Ireland will be excruciatingly tough. Still, you can be absolutely sure these two will give it everything. A 20-13 win for Wales in Paris was an exercise in graft with all of Warren Gatland’s forwards stepping up. We analyse the integral roles played by Alun Wyn Jones and Luke Charteris Now more than ever, rugby spectators are overrun by technicalities and statistics. The accessibility afforded to broadcasters means heightened scrutiny and overbearing focus on the game’s intricacies. These days you get laughed out of a pub if you cannot keep up with chat about choke-tackles and exit strategies.That said, the old-fashioned art of being a nuisance to play against remains massively underrated. For all of Joe Schmidt’s meticulousness, Ireland are an inferior side without Peter O’Mahony – the niggly Munsterman whose wandering limbs transform every opposition breakdown into an awkward mess.On Saturday evening in Paris, Wales conjured a win that was far closer to ugly than gritty. Nigh on 80 per cent possession in the first half yielded only a 6-3 lead as France somehow soaked up Warren Gatland’s hard-running strike-runners.Though Les Bleus came back into proceedings after the break, the visitors prevailed. At the heart of a pivotal forward effort, locks Alun Wyn Jones and Luke Charteris were phenomenal. A contrasting couple – one an 87-cap icon, the other still uncertain of starting berth after a 53 Tests in a stop-start career – they combined brilliantly.Here is a run-down of their contributions to a victory that kept alive Wales’ Six Nations title chances.Gainline gruntFrom the game’s very first phase, Charteris and Jones grabbed this clash by the cojones:Both men lead Wales’ line-speed for their first defensive set, ensuring France’s maiden carry by Eddy Ben Arous is met well behind the ruck:Arriving first at contact area, Charteris makes a muscular challenge, almost affecting a choke tackle by holding Arous above the ground:Though the loosehead does wrestle his way to deck to avoid a maul forming, any attacking momentum has been completely sapped. Compare that inertia with this early carry from Charteris:As this screenshot shows, the situation is not too dissimilar from that of Arous’ run above. The defensive line is set and can rush up in an organised manner:The difference is dynamism. Charteris steams onto the pass from Rhys Webb and lopes up to the France 10-metre line, parallel to the back foot on the hosts’ side of the ruck and therefore beyond the gain-line. As he is felled, Jones is on the scene to hit the breakdown and recycle:Finally, using his long arms to great effect (more on this later), Charteris shows impeccable technique to extend into a long ball presentation. Thus, he makes it doubly difficult for any France fetchers to get onto the ball and easier for Webb to whip it away:Transferring the point of contactFor all their raw materials – pace and power throughout the side – Wales are at their most dangerous when adding a bit of guile. Even in the tight exchanges, Jones managed this.First, there was an exchange with Gethin Jenkins, a neat offload setting the prop away and eventually winning a penalty and three points as Romain Taofifenua infringes at the ensuing tackle area:Next, this slip pass to Sam Warburton provides an excellent example of transferring the point of contact, something New Zealand‘s forwards – not least Brodie Retallick – do brilliantly:It may look rather innocuous, but this short shift brings about serious stress for defences. Isolating the moment Jones moves the ball, we can see the effect it has more easily:Essentially, as Thierry Dusautoir rushes up on his own, the pass gives Warburton space to attack a a classic defensive dogleg. Jones’ dexterity was also crucial at set-piece.Off the top and into midfieldJamie Roberts‘ hard running is the cornerstone of Wales’ patterns and the centre was in destructive form once again this weekend. The most effective platform to launch him off, as has been shown for years, is quick lineout ball from the tail.This was a flawless demonstration of best practice, Jones’ taking Scott Baldwin‘s throw and feeding down in front of Webb so the scrum-half can take in his stride and pass immediately to Dan Biggar, who in turn finds Roberts:Busting a gutSheer hard work, even in the exacting environment of Test rugby, is a valuable commodity. So much so, in fact, that one big effort can bring about a vital intervention.Take this tackle from Jones, which forced France to spill on the hoof (even if the drop was deemed not to be a knock-on by referee Jaco Peyper): The most impressive thing about this is how quickly Jones and Charteris adjust their position as Morgan Parra is brought down on the previous phase:Stuck on the blindside following the lineout, the second-rows sprint around to the openside and join the defensive line as France continue their pacy phase-play. Jones scrags Arous and Roberts completes the tackle, forcing the ball loose as an offload is attempted.Trundling onThe second half of this match was characterised by Wales’ rolling maul, which caused total havoc and brought a steady stream of points. Naturally, Jones and Charteris were extremely prominent, beginning here:Charteris is employed as the front lifter as Jones takes and Wales are into their shape rapidly with the locks providing a watertight barrier between France and the ball. Notice how Jones is also communicating to the referee, bringing attention to Dusautoir’s offside position while his pack marches forward:Though Jones is spun out by the defence and must rejoin the maul, Charteris remains a focal point at the front until Webb uses the ball – with a penalty won – on the edge of the 22:There were two more instances like this later on, each synchronised efforts with Jones and Charteris alternating between lifting and jumping duties. Both drew offences out of a frustrated France pack.Pure awkwardnessFrance’s Parra-inspired mini-revival after half-time was quelled when the scrum-half left the fray due to a knee injury. Even during it though, a spanner was thrown in the works every time the ball went near Jones:Sofiane Guitone‘s cat-flap to Mathieu Bastareaud gives the Toulon cannonball an opening, but Liam Williams dives back to shackle him. Then comes Jones’ bit of intelligent irritation.Without making an attempt to pick up or even challenge for the ball, he steps beyond the ruck to impede two French support runners:He gets a shove from Guilhem Guirado for his trouble, but would not have cared at all. His aim, of slowing down the France attack just slightly, has worked.Choking upIt is probably fair to say that Charteris has drawn just as much criticism as praise over his years on the international scene. Even during this performance, the 6ft 9in specimen endured a couple of clumsy moments.That said, he has carved a niche over this Championship for dismantling lineout drives, using his arms like a crazed kraken to fight through the maul and engulf up the ball. He notched up another turnover here:This is excellent work from Charteris. First, he resists the heavy-handed approach of Damien Chouly to move through the maul……before keeping his cool and, eager not to concede a penalty, checking with Peyper to see whether he is in a legal position:Clearly told he is fine to carry on, the Racing Metro man then grabs Dusautoir. As the maul collapses, the ball remains above the ground:Charteris has completed a turnover in a dangerous area of the field.Try-scoring industryQuite rightly, Wales’ only try of this game drew plaudits for Dan Lydiate‘s sumptuous flick pass:But who are the first to the ruck prior to Webb’s half-break, just as Bernard Le Roux is loitering for a turnover? A fiercely determined duo, that’s who:Losing to England means Wales must do it the hard way if they are to land yet more silverware in this tournament.
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BHF says men are rubbish at recycling Howard Lake | 17 March 2008 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Tagged with: Trading As it launches its Recycle for Life campaign, the British Heart Foundation reports that men “are three times more likely than women to bin their unwanted clothes and shoes”, according to a survey it commissioned.According to the survey, 15% of men admit that they would leave their unwanted items out for the bin men before considering recycling them, despite the fact that 1 million tonnes of clothing end up in landfill each year.Almost half of men (48%) do not consider recycling to be very important or part of their everyday routine. A third of the women surveyed shared this view of recycling textiles.BHF Shops’s Recycle for Life campaign encourages members of the public to make regular charity donations part of their recycling routine. At present, 50% of textiles that are thrown away could be reused.The survey found that younger people are not as aware as they could be of the recyclabe nature of clothes: nearly a quarter of the people in their 20’s and 30’s who responded to the survey said that they did not consider clothes to be recyclableAround 25% of men did not consider books or clothes to be recyclable, and a similar proportion of women did not consider shoes to be recyclable.It was the over 55’s who have the best understand of recycling items. Seventy one per cent of people over 55 viewing recycling as very important.Diane Locke, Operations Manager for BHF Shops said that in 2007 unwanted clothes, shoes and household items helpd the charity raise over £12.5 million.“We’d really urge people to stop being rubbish and start recycling their good quality unwanted items, by bringing them along to their local BHF Shop and recycle for life”, she said.BHF has over 540 BHF Shops and 265 clothing banks. It welcomes good quality clothes, shoes, toys, DVDs, books and bric-a-brac.www.bhf.org.uk/shops 28 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. read more
Syngenta Crop Protection and Insilico Medicine to Harness Artificial Intelligence to Transform Sustainable Product Innovation Twitter Facebook Local NewsBusiness Twitter Previous articleChina arrests suspects in fake COVID-19 vaccine ringNext articleAP source: Liriano gets minor league deal with Blue Jays Digital AIM Web Support WhatsApp BASEL, Switzerland–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 3, 2021– Syngenta Crop Protection is collaborating with artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning company Insilico Medicine to accelerate the invention and development of new, more effective crop protection solutions that protect crops from diseases, weeds and pests, while also protecting ecosystems. By bringing new solutions to farmers faster and more efficiently through innovation, Syngenta will help them meet the ongoing challenges they face, in order to enhance productivity and meet global demand for affordable, quality food. “This collaboration with Insilico Medicine means that Syngenta can harness the immense potential and scope of AI to develop the next generation of sustainable crop protection solutions as part of Syngenta’s $2bn commitment to innovation and sustainability,” said Camilla Corsi, Head Crop Protection Research at Syngenta. “This will further transform agriculture by providing farmers around the world with the tools they need to produce healthy, nutritious, affordable and sustainably grown food in the most efficient way, while also minimizing the environmental impact.” Insilico Medicine has a proven track record and has delivered significant advances in pharmaceutical research, using AI and deep learning to design, synthesize and validate new ingredients. The same approach also has the potential to transform the development of new crop protection solutions that help keep plants safe, from planting to harvesting. Working closely with Syngenta, Insilico Medicine will use their AI-powered small molecule generative chemistry technology not only to invent molecules for active ingredients faster, but also actively design molecules that are more sustainable and environmentally friendly. “We are very happy to collaborate with a company that is dedicated to developing safe and sustainable solutions for growers,” said Alex Zhavoronkov, PhD, founder, and CEO, Insilico Medicine. “Our artificial intelligence is designed from the ground up to produce very precise chemistry to protect human health, while ensuring short-term and long-term safety. This expertise is extremely valuable for crop sciences, and especially so for businesses whose top priority is the safety of their products. Syngenta is a progressive company with many brilliant scientists, and we will be working together to use artificial intelligence for the benefit of agriculture.” “Our reputation as a global leader in innovation is built on a foundation of collaboration and our understanding of the challenges faced by growers,” Camilla Corsi also noted. “Working together with Insilico Medicine, combining our skills, knowledge and technologies, will help ensure that new and more effective crop protection solutions will be in the hands of farmers sooner.” About Syngenta Syngenta is one of the world’s leading agriculture companies, comprising of Syngenta Crop Protection and Syngenta Seeds. Our ambition is to help safely feed the world while taking care of the planet. We aim to improve the sustainability, quality and safety of agriculture with world class science and innovative crop solutions. Our technologies enable millions of farmers around the world to make better use of limited agricultural resources. Syngenta Crop Protection and Syngenta Seeds are part of Syngenta Group with 49,000 people in more than 100 countries and is working to transform how crops are grown. Through partnerships, collaboration and The Good Growth Plan we are committed to accelerating innovation for farmers and nature, striving for carbon neutral agriculture, helping people stay safe and healthy and partnering for impact. To learn more visit www.syngenta.com and www.goodgrowthplan.com Follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/Syngenta and www.twitter.com/SyngentaUS About Insilico Medicine Insilico Medicine develops software that leverages generative models, reinforcement learning (RL), and other modern machine learning techniques for the generation of new molecular structures with specific properties. Insilico Medicine also develops software for the generation of synthetic biological data, target identification, and the prediction of clinical trials outcomes. 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Homepage BannerNews Twitter By News Highland – August 24, 2015 Google+ Fatal road traffic collision overnight in Donegal WhatsApp One man has died and several others haven been injured in an overnight crash in Donegal.The two-vehicle collision occurred on the main Donegal-Sligo road at around 10pm last night.A 70 year male was fatally injured when the SUV he was driving was involved in a collision with a jeep.He was pronounced dead at the scene and his body was removed to Sligo General Hospital.The three other passengers in the SUV, one male and two female, were taken to Sligo General Hospital with injuries described as serious but not life threatening.The driver and passenger of the second vehicle, a jeep, were also taken to Sligo General Hospital with injuries described as minor.The road is closed between the Laghy junction and Ballintra junction as a technical examination is being carried out by Gardai.Motorists will divert at Ballintra.The road is expected to remain closed for some time today.Gardai wish to appeal for witnesses to contact Donegal Garda Station on 074 9740190, The Garda Confidential Telephone Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Twitter Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Pinterest Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Facebook Facebook 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Previous articleRichard Kerr takes first championship podiumNext articleCllr James Pat McDaid announces intention to seek FF nomination in General Election News Highland Google+ Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North WhatsApp read more
This study presents a nonlinear spatio-temporal analysis of 1167 station temperature records from the United States Historical Climatology Network covering the period from 1898 through 2008. We use the Empirical Mode Decomposition (EMD) method to extract the generally nonlinear trends of each station. The statistical significance of each trend is assessed against three null models of the background climate variability, represented by stochastic processes of increasing temporal correlation length. We find strong evidence that more than 50 percent of all stations experienced a significant trend over the last century with respect to all three null models. A spatio-temporal analysis reveals a significant cooling trend in the South-East and significant warming trends in the rest of the contiguous US. It also shows that the warming trend appears to have migrated equatorward. This shows the complex spatio-temporal evolution of climate change at local scales. read more
Written by Brad James December 27, 2018 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 12/27 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBoys BasketballHodson Cancer ClassicCEDAR CITY, Utah-Sergio Vasquez netted 20 points and the Bryce Valley Mustangs bested the Cedar JV 62-46 Thursday at the Hodson Cancer Classic at Cedar High School.CEDAR CITY, Utah-Peyton Thevenot posted 17 points and the Stansbury Stallions got past South Sevier 50-46 at the Hodson Cancer Classic at Canyon View High School Thursday. Brandt Williams led the Rams in the loss with 19 points.Girls BasketballHodson Cancer ClassicCEDAR CITY, Utah-Oakley Johnson stepped up with 12 points and the Bryce Valley Mustangs got past North Sevier 42-37 Thursday at Canyon View High School. Kamree Brunson had a game-high 14 points in the loss for the Wolves.CEDAR CITY, Utah-The No. 1 Cedar Lady Reds beat Juab 52-37 on the first day of the Hodson Cancer Classic on Thursday. Megan Robins had 14 points and four rebounds and Bayli Heap added nine points and eight steals to lead the Wasps in the loss.Non-RegionORDERVILLE, Utah-Esther Cox and Paige Harris each scored 14 points to lead Valley to a 57-33 win over Milford in non-region girls basketball action Thursday. Madysen Griffiths led the Tigers in the loss with 10 points. Tags: Brandt Williams/Kamree Brunson/Oakley Johnson/Peyton Thevenot/Sergio Vasquez read more
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill today announced a $12.77 million settlement for Indiana, involving 20 other states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Department of Justice. The settlement resolved the Attorney General’s investigation, in collaboration with the Secretary of State, of allegations that Moody’s Corporation, Moody’s Investors Service, Inc., and Moody’s Analytics, Inc. misled investors when it rated structured finance securities leading up to and through the 2008 financial crisis.The settlement with Moody’s – a corporation made up of companies specializing in business and financial services – is the result of an investigation into the company’s conduct and its representations of independence and objectivity in the rating of structured finance securities. Structured finance securities, including residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) and collateralized debt obligations (CDOs), are complex investments that derive their value from the monthly payments on underlying debt instruments, such as consumer mortgages.These securities, particularly those backed by subprime mortgages, were at the center of the financial crisis of the mid-to-late 2000s. Despite repeated statements emphasizing its independence and objectivity, the states and Department of Justice allege that Moody’s allowed their analysis to be influenced by their desire to earn lucrative fees from their investment bank clients, when they assigned credit ratings to toxic assets packaged and sold by the Wall Street investment banks.“Investors believed they were getting honest, objective analysis. But in reality, Moody’s entities were misleading the investing public, baiting them with questionable ratings, and doing so at a time when investors were becoming increasingly vulnerable,” Hill said. “Today’s settlement is a product of the hard work that our Consumer Protection Division dedicated to this case.”Hill would like to especially thank Deputy Attorneys General Justin Hazlett, Amanda Lee and their team for the role each played in this resolution. Indiana’s $12.77 million share of the nearly $864 million multi-state settlement will go toward consumer and investor protection and related purposes.In addition to the monetary settlement, Moody’s entities have agreed to significant compliance terms to ensure they conduct their ratings activities independently and objectively – including an annual certification by the CEO of Moody’s Corporation, which will be provided to Indiana every year for the next four years, certifying that Moody’s is following certain compliance requirements.This is the second case of its nature to come through the Office of the Indiana Attorney General. In 2015, the Attorney General’s Office recovered $21.5 million from a similar settlement with Standard & Poor’s, after suing the company for similar deceptive conduct.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail read more
The Great British Bake Off has maintained viewer popularity – but do bakers feel the same? The BBC programme undoubtedly raises the profile of baking and has ignited the interest of many consumers, but British Baker wants to know whether this is affecting bakeries.Does it help bakers increase sales as a result of increased interest in the sector, or are the benefits purely for the home baking aisles of the supermarkets?Read this blog by Martyn Leek, editor of British Baker, as he questions how GBBO impacts bakers, and fill in our poll below. Create your own user feedback survey read more