QuickQuotes Voices from the Swissair tragedy

first_imgHALIFAX – “Anyone who was there was involved, even with little things. We were supposed to go down to our wharfs every day and look hard to see if we saw anything … and there was a sense of a kind of mysterious grief because of course we didn’t know any of these people, but there they were dying on our doorsteps in a particularly awful way.”“Meeting the loved ones and families of those who died — they made the people who died real. Before that, we had this strange feeling of grief, but we didn’t know who we were grieving for. But as we met people it made it more real and in the process we met so many people … and wonderful relationships grew up in many, many ways. It became a valuable experience, something that taught you things about the human race you hadn’t thought about before.”– Budge Wilson, author of “After Swissair,” who lived in Northwest Cove, N.S., near the crash site.—“It’s certainly something that everyone in this community will never, ever forget. I live by and look at the water everyday so it’s always there. I always wonder if it had happened in the daylight hours to see that image would have just been horrific. It’s bad enough to hear it.”“The tragedy of it all it just makes you feel so sad and you look at things differently, you look at the ocean differently. I couldn’t walk on the beach for a year and I love my beach here, but I just couldn’t go down on a beach and walk with the same feeling I had.”– Veronica LeBlanc, an organizer of the Swissair memorial event who lives in Bayswater and heard the plane crash in waters near her home.—“The reality of it was when we came across the first debris field, we knew it was highly unlikely that there would be survivors.”“It was almost part of the healing process to take family members out and get to talk to them. I wouldn’t change anything, but after five years it was time for me to back away from it and try not to think about it.”– John Campbell, owner of the Sou’Wester restaurant in Peggy’s Cove, N.S., who went out searching for survivors the night of the crash and took families out to the site for several years after to spread the ashes of their loved ones.—“It has sharpened my understanding of what is really important and it doesn’t have to be a just a horrific tragedy like this. It’s the relationships — meeting people for the first time, and just how wonderful that is. It makes the life that you live, especially as you get older, just that much more precious and meaningful. That was 20 years ago, that just gets better and better and better.”– Fisherman Bob Conrad, who recovered the remains of 14-month-old Robert Martin Maillet and went onto forge relationships with several families of those lost in the crash.last_img read more

Freezing rain warning issued for the BC Peace and Northwest Alberta

first_img10:31 AM MST Saturday 17 November 2018Freezing rain warning in effect for:Co. of Grande Prairie near Beaverlodge Hythe and DemmittCo. of Grande Prairie near Grande Prairie and WembleyCo. of Grande Prairie near Sexsmith and La GlaceM.D. of Greenview near DeBoltM.D. of Greenview near Little SmokyM.D. of Greenview near O’Brien Prov. Park and Big Mtn CreekM.D. of Greenview near Sturgeon LakeM.D. of Greenview near Valleyview and New Fish CreekM.D. of Greenview near Wapiti and Shuttler Flats Rec. AreaFreezing rain is expected or occurring.An area of freezing rain will develop over the British Columbia Peace River district this afternoon before moving into Alberta early this evening. This freezing rain is forecast to impact communities between Rainbow Lake and Hinton before moving to the southeast tonight. Freezing rain warnings may be expanded as the system develops.Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become icy and slippery. Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions. Freezing rain warnings are issued when rain falling in sub-zero temperatures creates ice build-up and icy surfaces.Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to ABstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #ABStorm. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Environment Canada has now issued a freezing rain warning for the B.C. Peace and most of Northwest Alberta.Freezing rain will fall late this afternoon and evening over portions of the B.C. Peace River district as warm air overrides the sub-zero surface air. The threat of freezing rain will diminish this evening as temperatures rise above freezing and the area of precipitation moves into Alberta.Before you head on out on local highways, make sure to check www.drivebc.ca for the latest road conditions in B.C.  For Alberta highway conditions, visit 511.alberta.cacenter_img Here is the warning for the B.C. Peace:9:48 AM PST Saturday 17 November 2018Freezing rain warning in effect for:B.C. North Peace RiverB.C. South Peace RiverFreezing rain is expected or occurring.Freezing rain will fall late this afternoon and evening over portions of the B.C. Peace River district as warm air overrides the sub-zero surface air. The threat of freezing rain will diminish this evening as temperatures rise above freezing and the area of precipitation moves into Alberta.Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become icy and slippery. Take extra care when walking or driving in affected areas.Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to BCstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #BCStorm.last_img read more

UK weather Icy blast sweeping in from the east to bring snow

first_imgPlummeting temperatures are likely to bring flurries of snow this week as an icy blast sweeps in from the east.Forecasters have warned that colder temperatures will spread across Britain from Wednesday, accompanied by the chance of wintry showers. A cold but beautiful start to the day in the Derbyshire Peak district A cold but beautiful start to the day in the Derbyshire Peak districtCredit:Villager Jim / SWNS.com/Villager Jim / SWNS.com The Met Office said clear skies will likely see temperatures dip by at least two or three degrees by Thursday for much of England, with daytime maximums not expected to rise higher than around 5C (41F).”We’ll definitely be seeing low single figures by the end of the week,” said Met Office forecaster Emma Sharples.”And, of course, overnight, where skies remain clear and away from coastal areas, we’ll see temperatures dipping down to negative figures”The wind will start to pick up from the east, so it’s not just numerically temperatures being low but, also, the wind chill’s going to add to that as well.”She said the colder temperatures could be accompanied by the odd wintry flurry, mostly in the east.The Met Office is not currently expecting these to be significant snow falls.”There will be some snow around,” Ms Sharples said. “It looks like there will be some wintry flurries down the east coast on Thursday, Friday and into Saturday.”It’s difficult at the moment to say exactly where we’ll see those, but it’s definitely turning cold enough.”Ms Sharples said the colder weather will come as air from the freezing continent moves over the UK once the latest weather front from the Atlantic moves off. The Met Office has issued warnings about ice and the potential for difficult driving conditions in parts of western Scotland.The alert is due to be in force until 10am on Tuesday. 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.last_img read more

Richard Dawkins religious education is crucial for British schoolchildren

first_imgHowever he said that ‘deeply wicked’ and ‘evil’ to use religion to scare children, by warning them they could send up in ‘hell fire.’ Dawkins, who was promoting his new book Science In The Soul, also warned that Islam was the ‘most evil’ religion in the world, and said that moderate Muslims were the biggest victims of fanatical ideology.“It’s tempting to say all religions are bad, and I do say all religions are bad, but it’s a worse temptation to say all religions are equally bad because they’re not,” he added.“If you look at the actual impact that different religions have on the world it’s quite apparent that at present the most evil religion in the world has to be Islam.“It’s terribly important to modify that because of course that doesn’t mean all Muslims are evil, very far from it. Individual Muslims suffer more from Islam than anyone else.“They suffer from the homophobia, the misogyny, the joylessness which is preached by extreme Islam, Isis and the Iranian  regime.“So it is a major evil in the world, we do have to combat it, but we don’t do what Trump did and say all Muslims should be shut out of the country. That’s draconian, that’s illiberal, inhumane and wicked. I am against Islam not least because of the unpleasant effects it has on the lives of Muslims.” Dawkins was promoting his book Science In The Soul “I would recommend not calling it a theory, I would call it a fact,” he said. “The word theory is clearly misunderstood. Evolution is a fact and there is absolutely no question or doubt about that. Look at the evidence, it is overwhelming.“I’ve given up hope of ever clearing up that confusion. It’s much better to abandon the word theory altogether. Don’t ever use the word theory of evolution.“Darwin did it because it was the 19th century, fair enough, but it is a fact, it is established as strongly as any other fact in science.” Dawkins was promoting his book Science In The Soul “I think that it is an important part of our culture to know about the Bible after all so much of English literature has allusions to the Bible, if you look up the Oxford English Dictionary you find something like the same number of quotations from the Bible as from Shakespeare.“It’s an important part of our history. So much of European history is dominated by disputes against rival religions and you can’t understand history unless you know about the history of the Christian religion and the Crusades and so on.“I would not abolish religions education, I think I would substitute it for comparative religion and Biblical history and religious history.“Comparative religion is very valuable partly because the child learns that there are lots of different religions not just the one they were brought up with. They learn they are all different and they can’t all be right, so maybe none of the are right. Critical thinking is what we need.” Dawkins also said that people should stop referring to evolution as a 'theory' Dawkins also said that people should stop referring to evolution as a ‘theory’ Religious education is crucial in schools for British children to understand their history and culture, Richard Dawkins has said.The evolutionary biologist and confirmed atheist warned that it was virtually impossible to study English literature without knowing the background of Christianity.Speaking at the Cheltenham Science Festival, he was asked whether religious studies should be abolished in schools, over fears that schoolchildren were being brainwashed.“I don’t think religious education should be abolished,” he said, Dawkins also said it was time to abandon the phrase ‘theory of evolution’ because the word ‘theory’ caused people to think that it was not scientifically proven.    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.last_img read more

Japanese knotweed cannot be cured major study which tried 19 methods finds

Japanese knotweed cannot be cured, a major study which tried 19 methods over three years has found. Researchers from Swansea University conducted the world’s biggest ever study into eradicating the invasive weed at two sites in Taff’s Well, near Cardiff, and in Swansea.But despite using various chemical solutions, physical projects and a mixture of the two, the scientists found no definite ways of killing the plant completely using current methods.Professor Dan Eastwood from the project said: “Basically, we’re discovering how best to tackle invasive plants in real world conditions, informed by evidence of what actually works. We began focusing on knotweed at a time when there was a great deal of hysteria surrounding it.”At the time, most information for people affected by the plant was largely based on anecdote. This led to the prospect of unscrupulous companies offering expensive and ineffective treatment solutions.”It was incredible to us that there was no long-term, large-scale field trial analysis of the treatment methods used to control Japanese knotweed.” Professor Dan Jones said gardening companies who claim to be able to eradicate the plant were not fully accurate.He said: “Off the back of the first three years of data we’ve found that eradication is not possible. Hopefully over the longer term we may move towards that by using new chemicals we’re looking at. “But it’s not a question of eradication, it’s a question of sustained control and management and well informed control and management.”Claims made by companies, stating that they could eradicate Japanese knotweed using herbicides in short spaces of time have now been proven to be false, based on our experiments.”Furthermore, we have shown that applying the wrong herbicides at the wrong time of the year leads to greater herbicide use and environmental impacts.”Dr Jones said the best chemical to control the knotweed was glyphosate – but the herbicide is feared to pose a risk to other wildlife too. Dr Jones said: “There’s a range of issues in terms of risk and hazard. There’s a political issue around glyphosate as well.”What we’ve done is work with the biology of the plant to minimise the amount of herbicide we’re using over a treatment life cycle.”Although we’re using quite a contentious herbicide in that respect, we are using far less of that herbicide than you would use for other products that don’t work on Japanese knotweed.”Househunters looking at homes in areas dense with Japanese knotweed can often struggle to secure mortgages – over fears the roots could cause structural difficulties to buildings.Chartered surveyor David Gregson, who provides specialist advice on the issue, said: “The main problem is mortgage lenders are very reluctant to lend on properties where knotweed is present and obviously that means in turn people can’t sell their properties and it might sometimes be because knotweed is present in the next door garden. “A typical situation is a couple wanting to get divorced. They’ve got a lot of knotweed in their garden, they both want to move on with their lives and they’ve got a house they can’t sell.” 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

I was a smug little knowitall says Jilly Cooper as she admits

Half a century on, Cooper has a confession to make about her best-seller. Not only does she now feel foolish at the way she “merrily laid down the law”, but “shamingly” she didn’t follow the rules herself. Re-reading the book for the first time since its publication “I nearly died of horror. What a smug, opinionated,… When Jilly Cooper published How To Stay Married in 1969, young women dutifully studied the guide to being the perfect wife. Women could go out to work, the author explained, provided they rushed home to cook, dust and iron his shirts before preparing dinner – and then “amuse” him in the bedroom. If they refused sex more than two days running, who could blame the husbands for straying?

Mining skills demand remains strong according to ABS labour force analysis

first_imgABS quarterly detailed labour force figures suggest the demand for skilled workers across key occupations and emerging resources markets remain strong despite a small dip in Australia’s total ‘mining’ employment numbers.  The resource industry’s owned-and-operated careers website AMMA miningoilandgasjobs.com conducts regular analysis of ABS labour force figures against trends on its public jobs board.Site Director of AMMA miningoilandgasjobs.com, Kyla Jones said “Due to softening commodity prices and some project deferrals the 2% decrease in total mining employment, according to the ABS data, came as little surprise to the resource industry. It is clear that after a decade of being the fastest growing source of employment in Australia, averaging 25% annual growth, greater focus on regulatory reform to increase Australia’s productivity and competitiveness is required to sustain these long-term opportunities.“However with 1500 job vacancies on AMMA miningoilandgasjobs.com alone, we continue to experience strong recruitment activities by most sectors of the resource industry, particularly for skilled and technical positions. Our site shows the highest demand remains for engineers, maintenance workers, designers and drafters, machinery operators and skilled trade workers. It’s also encouraging to see the Northern Territory, New South Wales and Victorian resource sectors created an extra 4,500 jobs combined during this quarter.”Today’s ABS Labour Force figures show as of May 2013, 261,100 Australians were employed as a result of investment in the country’s mining, oil and gas projects.$268 billion worth of resource projects remain under construction in Australia while 287 additional projects are still being considered, potentially worth $354 billion to the nation.“As more of these projects reach final investment decision and come online over coming months and years, AMMA miningoilandgasjobs.com expects skills demand and recruitment activity within our industry to remain very strong,” Ms Jones says.“If this pipeline of projects can be secured for our shores through creating an environment more conducive to investment, government estimates tell us that the construction demands alone could create around 135,000 new jobs by 2018. Much of this future demand will be driven by the emerging LNG sector, with key skilled tradespeople such as boilermakers and welders already in short supply and among the most sought after occupations on our website.”last_img read more

16 things that everyone else does too

first_img Source: Colinandyenyen9. Imagines themselves performing their favourite song to an adoring audienceIn this scenario you’ve also become a master at guitar/piano. Source: Tumblr10. Laughs instead of asking someone to repeat something a second time Source: Shutterstock.com11. Makes faces at babies when nobody’s looking“I’m making faces at you baby, and there’s nothing you can do about it”. Source: imgur12. Panics when the baby starts crying“Oh NO. Walk away quickly but calmly. QUICKLY BUT CALMLY”.13. Buys a cinema ticket, then forgets where they’ve put it when they get to the ticket checkerIt was literally just in your hand. Source: WordPress14. Looks in every drawer and press when they check into a hotel room Source: Shutterstock.com15. Puts off listening to voicemailsEnough with the voicemails. NOTHING is that important. Source: Imgur16. Tries to tickle themselves, after reading that they can’t tickle themselvesYou’re trying this right now, aren’t you? Source: PhotoBucket14 very Irish Christmas present ideas>8 things everyone does in someone else’s bathroom>9 pointless things absolutely everyone does> 1. Runs up the stairs in the dark Everyone knows you’re safe once you get to the top. Source: Imgur2. Writes “this is a nice pen” with a new pen Or their name. Seventeen times.3. Tries to carry 7 heavy plastic bags in one go, rather than make two trips to the carThink of all those precious seconds and calories saved.4. Drops their phone on their face in bedYou might even do it while reading this article. Source: Polished5. Loves when there’s a bit of powder left at the end of a Cup-A-SoupIt’s just so tasty. Source: lotusutol6. This, when they’re caught staring at someone Source: Rsvlts7. Deletes their whole password after typing one letter wrong And then you type it wrong twice more, just to really get your rage up.8. Panics when Word asks “do you want to save changes” even though you didn’t make any changesWhat do you do? WHAT DO YOU DO?last_img read more

Lantimatière subitelle une antigravité

first_imgL’antimatière subit-elle une antigravité ?Afin de savoir si l’antimatière est soumise ou non à une forme d’antigravité, des chercheurs préparent des expériences destinées à mesurer les propriétés de cette matière “miroir”.Depuis 1998 et la découverte d’une accélération de la vitesse d’expansion de l’univers, l’idée d’une “pression négative” (une sorte de gravité répulsive) a fait son chemin. Si l’antimatière réagissait différemment de la matière à la gravitation, “ce serait une révolution” pour la physique, souligne Patrice Pérez de l’Institut de recherche sur les lois fondamentales de l’Univers. “C’est un vieux rêve de physicien de mesurer l’action de la gravitation sur l’antimatière”, renchérit Gabriel Chardin, du Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS).À lire aussiUn neutrino “tau” détecté pour la 3e fois par l’expérience OPERAMais elle reste difficile à manipuler. Véritable “miroir” de la matière, tout atome d’antimatière s’annihile instantanément au contact de la matière, en dégageant une énorme quantité d’énergie. D’importants progrès ont toutefois été accomplis et des atomes d’antihydrogène ont été piégés pendant plus de 16 minutes au Cern (accélérateur de particule de Genève), en juin dernier.Ainsi, en utilisant des ions positifs d’antihydrogène (un antiproton négatif associé à deux positrons), refroidis à 10 microkelvins (un kelvin équivaut à -273,15°C) pour réduire leur agitation, il serait possible, grâce à un faisceau laser, de leur ôter leur positron surnuméraire. Les atomes d’antihydrogène devraient alors “chuter”, en quelque sorte.Il s’agit donc de mesurer leur “vitesse de chute”. L’instant où les positrons en trop sont arrachés donnerait, selon M. Pérez, le “top départ” de la chute verticale, et leur désintégration au contact de la matière “le temps d’arrivée”, rapporte TV5monde. Le physicien espère que cette expérience pourra être réalisée au Cern d’ici 2016, il serait alors possible de savoir si l’antimatière subit la même accélération due à la pesanteur que la matière. Le 12 octobre 2011 à 14:55 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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first_img Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more November 11, 2009 – The House of Representatives approved the H.R. 3962, the Affordable Health Care for America Act, by a narrow 220-215 margin, moving to the legislation now to an uncertain outcome in the Senate. The bill includes, in section 552, a 2.5 percent excise tax on medical devices sold for use in the U.S. The language states, “there is hereby imposed on the first taxable sale of any medical device a tax equal to 2.5 percent of the price …” Taxable sale means the first sale (at the point of sale) for a purpose other than for resale, after production, manufacture or importation. The tax would not apply to exported devices or to retail sales. The tax intends to make medical device companies contribute cuts to help make up for the costs of expanding coverage. The logic is that the taxes levied on medical device companies will be offset due to an increased pool of insured beneficiaries receiving treatment are overstated. However, as the Medical Device Manufacturers Association (MDMA) indicates, the cost to the medical device industry would exceed an estimated $20 billion over 10 years. This is in addition to other elements of the bill, including the $155 billion in payment reduction to hospitals, cuts in medical imaging, durable medical equipment and clinical lab supplies are also included in the bill.MDMA President and CEO Mark Leahey went on to state, “In the coming weeks our hundreds of member companies across the country will do all we can to communicate the detrimental impact this fee will have on achieving the long term objectives of health care reform. The bill should include provisions that promote innovation and improve patient care, not harm the system.”For more information: www.medicaldevices.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Related Content News | November 11, 2009 MDMA Denounces 2.5 Tax on Medical Devices The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July.  Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more Feature | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 19, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr DR Advances Promote Imaging of Whole Spine Recent advances in… read more Feature | Radiology Business | July 23, 2019 | Greg Freiherr Liars in Radiology Beware! Can you tell when someone is lying? read more A 3-D printed model (left) and a model constructed in augmented reality (right), both of a kidney with a tumor. In both models, the kidney is clear; the tumor is visible in purple on the AR model and in white on the 3-D printed model. Photo courtesy of Nicole Wake, Ph.D. Arthur Agatston explains the history of CT calcium scoring Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:54Loaded: 1.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:54 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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But they will not be easy. read more Advances in long-length digital radiography are creating opportunities for visualization during spinal surgery, as well as pre- and post-operatively. Image courtesy of Fujifilm Medical Systems Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough explains new advances in CT technologyPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 13:56Loaded: 1.17%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -13:56 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Graphic courtesy of Pixabay Videos | Artificial Intelligence | July 03, 2019 VIDEO: Artificial Intelligence May Assist in Pediatric Imaging Sudhen Desai, M.D., FSIR, read more News | Radiology Imaging | July 22, 2019 AHRA and Canon Medical Systems Support the 12th Annual Putting Patients First Program For the past twelve years, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. has partnered with read more Feature | Advanced Visualization | July 02, 2019 | By Jeff Zagoudis Augmented Reality Versus 3-D Printing for Radiology Three-dimensional (3-D) printing and… read morelast_img read more

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first_img News | Colonoscopy Systems | August 06, 2019 Rise in Early Onset Colorectal Cancer Not Aligned With Screening Trends A new study finds that trends in colonoscopy rates did not fully align with the increase in colorectal cancer (CRC) in… read more An FDDNP brain scan of an individual with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) illustrates the parietal and frontal regions of the brain (see arrows) that have significant relationships to cognitive function. The lateral temporal lobe was another significant region, but is not included in this brain section.April 5, 2013 — UCLA researchers have used a brain-imaging tool and stroke risk assessment to identify signs of cognitive decline early on in individuals who don’t yet show symptoms of dementia.The current small study demonstrated that not only stroke risk, but also the burden of plaques and tangles, as measured by a UCLA brain scan, may influence cognitive decline.The imaging tool used in the study was developed at UCLA and reveals early evidence of amyloid beta (plaques) and neurofibrillary tau (tangles) in the brain — the hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease.The study, published in the April issue of the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, demonstrates taking both stroke risk and the burden of plaques and tangles into account may offer a more powerful assessment of factors determining how people are doing now and will do in the future.”The findings reinforce the importance of managing stroke risk factors to prevent cognitive decline even before clinical symptoms of dementia appear,” said first author David Merrill, M.D., Ph.D., an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA. “This is one of the first studies to examine both stroke risk and plaque and tangle levels in the brain in relation to cognitive decline before dementia has even set in.”According to the researchers, the UCLA brain-imaging tool could prove useful in tracking cognitive decline over time and offer additional insight when used with other assessment tools.For the study, the team assessed 75 people who were healthy or had mild cognitive impairment, a risk factor for the future development of Alzheimer’s. The average age of the participants was 63.The individuals underwent neuropsychological testing and physical assessments to calculate their stroke risk using the Framingham Stroke Risk Profile that examines age, gender, smoking status, systolic blood pressure, diabetes, atrial fibrillation (irregular heart rhythm), use of blood pressure medications and other factors.Each participant was also injected with a chemical marker called FDDNP, which binds to deposits of amyloid beta plaques and neurofibrillary tau tangles in the brain. The researchers then used positron emission tomography (PET) to image the brains of the subjects — a method that enabled them to pinpoint where these abnormal proteins accumulate.The study found that greater stroke risk was significantly related to lower performance in several cognitive areas, including language, attention, information-processing speed, memory, visual-spatial functioning (e.g., ability to read a map), problem-solving and verbal reasoning.The researchers also observed that FDDNP binding levels in the brain correlated with participants’ cognitive performance For example, volunteers who had greater difficulties with problem-solving and language displayed higher levels of the FDDNP marker in areas of their brain that control those cognitive activities.”Our findings demonstrate that the effects of elevated vascular risk, along with evidence of plaques and tangles, is apparent early on, even before vascular damage has occurred or a diagnosis of dementia has been confirmed,” said the study’s senior author, Gary Small, M.D., director of the UCLA Longevity Center and a professor of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences.Researchers found that several individual factors in the stroke assessment stood out as predictors of decline in cognitive function, including age, systolic blood pressure and use of blood pressure–related medications. 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Qt for Python 511 released

first_imgThe Qt team, in their blog, announced the official release of Qt with Python support. This is the first official of Qt framework with the support for Python and this release is tagged as Qt for Python 5.11. Previously  Python support for Qt developers was provided through the development of PySide module and now the work is said to have been done on PySide 2 to provide Qt for Python. However, Qt team has been working on the core Qt framework for quite some time to incorporate Python support and this is the first breakthrough in that direction. Adding to this, the Qt team has also informed that r version of Qt earlier than v5.11 will not support Python. In the release notes, the team has mentioned that the following versions of Qt will continue supporting this project and make the support for Python, stable going ahead. This is said to be the preview release, with a list of known issues for early adopters. The team is hoping to receive the feedback from the users so that it can make the binding more smooth and rectify the bugs. A lot of work has also gone into keeping the Qt syntax unchanged for flexible migration from C++, the de facto language for developing UI with Qt, to Python and the other way round. It mentions in the release blog, that the major roadblock in providing the Python binding for the C++ based Qt was the size of packages. This made the team to work on using external tools for Qt scripting with Python, which had resulted in the development of PySide in 2009. To extend the support for Python, the work has been done on C++ headers in Qt framework, so that the developers can write modules in Python. These efforts resulted in the latest PySide 2 which has very less overhead for using Python and Qt for GUI development. The Qt team has worked on developing the documentation for this and has provided examples enables you to understand the binding. Along with the Python binding for the core Qt framework, the team has also extended support for various Qt toolkits like Qtwidgets and QML to build interactive GUI with Qt and Python. For the early adopters of Qt for Python, to report a bug you use the Qt for Python project on bugreports.qt.io. The team can be reached on Freenode with #qt-pyside. Read more Qt 5.11 has arrived! WebAssembly comes to Qt. Now you can deploy your next Qt app in browserlast_img read more

Covert toilets could be coming to Costa Rica

first_imgOutside the American Community of Police conference on Wednesday, security professionals from the United Kingdom hawked their wares for the hemisphere’s police. Everything was on display at the booths, from security cameras to canine detection training services to tracking technology to… toilets?A stout stainless steel toilet, complete with treads on the footrest, sat on display with a lighted opening in the back, similar to a vending machine. Meet the Drugloo.“When people come through customs or they’re trying to smuggle things across borders or into prisons and they swallow them or hide them in, um, other places,” explained John Baker, managing director of Drugloo, “most border agencies tend to use a bucket and a pair of gloves. So we invented [these] chemical toilets.”After the contraband enters the toilet, Baker said it gets flushed into an agitator, where it’s cleaned, disinfected, and bagged as evidence.“It’s hygienic for the employees, and for the detainees it’s a more efficient and humane way for them, opposed to sitting on a bucket,” he said.In addition to the stainless steel portable version on display, Baker listed off their other towering static models, and even a “covert” commode.“It looks just like a regular toilet like you might find at McDonald’s,” Baker said, explaining how lifting the toilet seat alerts peeping law enforcement that the unsuspecting suspect is using the water closet. While the smuggler thinks he’s flushed his contraband, police are waiting on the other side for the evidence wrapped up in a neat package.Baker said that Drugloos are already in use across airports and other transportation hubs in Great Britain, Europe, the Middle East, Canada and the United States. But in Latin America, only Peruvian police use them – so there’s no need to think twice the next time you use the loo at a McDonald’s here. Facebook Comments Related posts:Costa Rican police seize hidden arsenal and find heliport near Nicaraguan border Border police seize $68,000 in cash near Panamanian borderlast_img read more

Four guests with minor injuries were escorted to

first_img“Four guests with minor injuries were escorted to the hospital by Italian-speaking Uniworld staff. No crew members were injured. The accident occurred after most guests of the 130-passenger River Countess had disembarked and were transferring for flights home,” Uniworld said.“Uniworld’s technical and nautical crisis response team is on the way to Venice to thoroughly evaluate River Countess and take necessary action. Guests slated to arrive today have been informed and are under the care of Uniworld who is providing hotel accommodation,” LATTE was told in a statement.Further updates on the extent of damage sustained by River Countess are expected.Go back to the enewsletter Go back to the enewsletterUniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection has confirmed four passengers onboard River Countess received minor injuries when the 130-passenger ship was struck by an out-of-control MSC Cruises’ ship in Venice Sunday morning, 2 June 2019 . The 2,679-passenger MSC Opera ploughed into the Italian dock where River Countess was moored, causing severe damage to the river boat.People on the dock can be seen running as the ocean liner bares down on the Uniworld vessel, with MSC Opera’s horns blaring against the impending crash.MSC Cruises is blaming the incident on a “technical issue” aboard MSC Opera as it navigated near the dock.“The investigations to understand the exact causes of the events are currently in progress,” MSC’s statement said. “Regarding these, the company is working closely with the local maritime and other authorities.”“The ship has in the meantime received authorisation to move to be moored at the Marittima terminal, as planned. She is now moored there and has begun passenger operations,” MSC Cruises said.Uniworld’s River Countess, which was scheduled for a Super Ship makeover at the end of this season, was however worse for wear following the crash, with images showing its bow crumpled and bridge collapsed.In a statement to LATTE, Uniworld confirmed River Countess was “hit” while docked at the San Basilio Cruise Terminal.last_img read more

The awards were judged by a panel of proven busine

first_imgThe awards were judged by a panel of proven business leaders, experts and entrepreneurs, with the winners announced last night at London’s iconic Battersea Power Station.Judges said that Skyscanner was “clean, easy to use and navigate around, and ticked the boxes in terms of originality of design and features.”Skyscanner has over 10 million users per month and features 600 airlines across 670,000 routes including both traditional and no frills carriers. The calendar function which plots flights and prices day by day allows unprecedented pricing visibility for flexible travellers. Commenting on the win, VP of Commercial Frank Skivington said:“We are absolutely delighted to have been awarded this accolade against some extremely tough competition.“We have recently managed to achieve the top spot for flight comparison in Europe and our next step is to become the number one worldwide.”The win is the latest addition to Skyscanner’s recent accolades; the company were placed 21st in the Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100 making them the highest ranking travel company, and Skyscanner also scooped ‘best metasearch site’ in the Travelmole Web awards 2010.Want to know more? See Skyscanner’s list of awards or read Skyscanner’s press praise.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Skyscanner has been recognized as the best metasearch flight comparison website at the Travolution awards beating Kayak.com, Fly.com, Zugu.co.uk and Dealchecker.co.uk amongst others. RelatedSkyscanner AwardsSkyscanner have won or been shortlisted for numerous awards. Here are our most recent wins:Skyscanner scoops trio of Travolution AwardsSkyscanner scoops trio of Travolution AwardsSkyscanner ranks 30th in Deloitte Technology Fast 50 2010Skyscanner ranks 30th in Deloitte Technology Fast 50 2010last_img read more

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