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                    [description] => Journal Reference: Xiaohua Feng, Yayao Ma, Liang Gao. Compact light field photography towards versatile three-dimensional vision. Nature Communications, 2022; 13 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-31087-9 Powered by computational image processing, the camera can decipher the size and shape of objects hidden around corners or behind other items. The technology could be incorporated into autonomous vehicles or medical ... Read more
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Journal Reference:

  1. Xiaohua Feng, Yayao Ma, Liang Gao. Compact light field photography towards versatile three-dimensional vision. Nature Communications, 2022; 13 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-31087-9

Powered by computational image processing, the camera can decipher the size and shape of objects hidden around corners or behind other items. The technology could be incorporated into autonomous vehicles or medical imaging tools with sensing capabilities far beyond what is considered state of the art today. This research has been published in Nature Communications.

In the dark, bats can visualize a vibrant picture of their surroundings by using a form of echolocation, or sonar. Their high-frequency squeaks bounce off their surroundings and are picked back up by their ears. The minuscule differences in how long it takes for the echo to reach the nocturnal animals and the intensity of the sound tell them in real time where things are, what’s in the way and the proximity of potential prey.

Many insects have geometric-shaped compound eyes, in which each “eye” is composed of hundreds to tens of thousands of individual units for sight — making it possible to see the same thing from multiple lines of sight. For example, flies’ bulbous compound eyes give them a near-360-degree view even though their eyes have a fixed focus length, making it difficult for them to see anything far away, such as a flyswatter held aloft.

Inspired by these two natural phenomena found in flies and bats, the UCLA-led team set out to design a high-performance 3D camera system with advanced capabilities that leverage these advantages but also address nature’s shortcomings.

“While the idea itself has been tried, seeing across a range of distances and around occlusions has been a major hurdle,” said study leader Liang Gao, an associate professor of bioengineering at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering. “To address that, we developed a novel computational imaging framework, which for the first time enables the acquisition of a wide and deep panoramic view with simple optics and a small array of sensors.”

Called “Compact Light-field Photography,” or CLIP, the framework allows the camera system to “see” with an extended depth range and around objects. In experiments, the researchers demonstrated that their system can “see” hidden objects that are not spotted by conventional 3D cameras.

The researchers also use a type of LiDAR, or “Light Detection And Ranging,” in which a laser scans the surroundings to create a 3D map of the area.

Conventional LiDAR, without CLIP, would take a high-resolution snapshot of the scene but miss hidden objects, much like our human eyes would.

Using seven LiDAR cameras with CLIP, the array takes a lower-resolution image of the scene, processes what individual cameras see, then reconstructs the combined scene in high- resolution 3D imaging. The researchers demonstrated the camera system could image a complex 3D scene with several objects, all set at different distances.

“If you’re covering one eye and looking at your laptop computer, and there’s a coffee mug just slightly hidden behind it, you might not see it, because the laptop blocks the view,” explained Gao, who is also a member of the California NanoSystems Institute. “But if you use both eyes, you’ll notice you’ll get a better view of the object. That’s sort of what’s happening here, but now imagine seeing the mug with an insect’s compound eye. Now multiple views of it are possible.”

According to Gao, CLIP helps the camera array make sense of what’s hidden in a similar manner. Combined with LiDAR, the system is able to achieve the bat echolocation effect so one can sense a hidden object by how long it takes for light to bounce back to the camera.

The co-lead authors of the published research are UCLA bioengineering graduate student Yayao Ma, who is a member of Gao’s Intelligent Optics Laboratory, and Xiaohua Feng — a former UCLA Samueli postdoc working in Gao’s lab and now a research scientist at the Research Center for Humanoid Sensing at the Zhejiang Laboratory in Hangzhou, China.

The research was supported by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, which is part of the National Institutes of Health.

We want to thank the writer of this short article for this incredible material

Bug eyes and bat sonar: Bioengineers turn to animal kingdom for creation of bionic super 3D cameras

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Xiaohua Feng, Yayao Ma, Liang Gao. Compact light field photography towards versatile three-dimensional vision. Nature Communications, 2022; 13 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-31087-9 Powered by computational image processing, the camera can decipher the size and shape of objects hidden around corners or behind other items. The technology could be incorporated into autonomous vehicles or medical ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Xiaohua Feng, Yayao Ma, Liang Gao. Compact light field photography towards versatile three-dimensional vision. Nature Communications, 2022; 13 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-31087-9

Powered by computational image processing, the camera can decipher the size and shape of objects hidden around corners or behind other items. The technology could be incorporated into autonomous vehicles or medical imaging tools with sensing capabilities far beyond what is considered state of the art today. This research has been published in Nature Communications.

In the dark, bats can visualize a vibrant picture of their surroundings by using a form of echolocation, or sonar. Their high-frequency squeaks bounce off their surroundings and are picked back up by their ears. The minuscule differences in how long it takes for the echo to reach the nocturnal animals and the intensity of the sound tell them in real time where things are, what’s in the way and the proximity of potential prey.

Many insects have geometric-shaped compound eyes, in which each “eye” is composed of hundreds to tens of thousands of individual units for sight — making it possible to see the same thing from multiple lines of sight. For example, flies’ bulbous compound eyes give them a near-360-degree view even though their eyes have a fixed focus length, making it difficult for them to see anything far away, such as a flyswatter held aloft.

Inspired by these two natural phenomena found in flies and bats, the UCLA-led team set out to design a high-performance 3D camera system with advanced capabilities that leverage these advantages but also address nature’s shortcomings.

“While the idea itself has been tried, seeing across a range of distances and around occlusions has been a major hurdle,” said study leader Liang Gao, an associate professor of bioengineering at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering. “To address that, we developed a novel computational imaging framework, which for the first time enables the acquisition of a wide and deep panoramic view with simple optics and a small array of sensors.”

Called “Compact Light-field Photography,” or CLIP, the framework allows the camera system to “see” with an extended depth range and around objects. In experiments, the researchers demonstrated that their system can “see” hidden objects that are not spotted by conventional 3D cameras.

The researchers also use a type of LiDAR, or “Light Detection And Ranging,” in which a laser scans the surroundings to create a 3D map of the area.

Conventional LiDAR, without CLIP, would take a high-resolution snapshot of the scene but miss hidden objects, much like our human eyes would.

Using seven LiDAR cameras with CLIP, the array takes a lower-resolution image of the scene, processes what individual cameras see, then reconstructs the combined scene in high- resolution 3D imaging. The researchers demonstrated the camera system could image a complex 3D scene with several objects, all set at different distances.

“If you’re covering one eye and looking at your laptop computer, and there’s a coffee mug just slightly hidden behind it, you might not see it, because the laptop blocks the view,” explained Gao, who is also a member of the California NanoSystems Institute. “But if you use both eyes, you’ll notice you’ll get a better view of the object. That’s sort of what’s happening here, but now imagine seeing the mug with an insect’s compound eye. Now multiple views of it are possible.”

According to Gao, CLIP helps the camera array make sense of what’s hidden in a similar manner. Combined with LiDAR, the system is able to achieve the bat echolocation effect so one can sense a hidden object by how long it takes for light to bounce back to the camera.

The co-lead authors of the published research are UCLA bioengineering graduate student Yayao Ma, who is a member of Gao’s Intelligent Optics Laboratory, and Xiaohua Feng — a former UCLA Samueli postdoc working in Gao’s lab and now a research scientist at the Research Center for Humanoid Sensing at the Zhejiang Laboratory in Hangzhou, China.

The research was supported by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, which is part of the National Institutes of Health.

We want to thank the writer of this short article for this incredible material

Bug eyes and bat sonar: Bioengineers turn to animal kingdom for creation of bionic super 3D cameras

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Journal Reference:

  1. James Webster, Darren C. Greenwood, Janet E. Cade. Risk of hip fracture in meat-eaters, pescatarians, and vegetarians: results from the UK Women’s Cohort Study. BMC Medicine, 2022; 20 (1) DOI: 10.1186/s12916-022-02468-0

University of Leeds research, published today (Thursday, August 11) in the journal BMC Medicine, investigated the risk of hip fracture in occasional meat-eaters; pescatarians, people who eat fish but not meat; and vegetarians compared to regular meat-eaters.

Among 26,318 women, 822 hip fracture cases were observed over roughly 20 years — that represented just over 3% of the sample population. After adjustment for factors such as smoking and age, vegetarians were the only diet group with an elevated risk of hip fracture.

This study is one of very few studies to compare risk of hip fracture in vegetarians and meat-eaters where the occurrence of hip fracture was confirmed from hospital records.

The scientists stress the need for more research into the exact causes of why vegetarians were at a greater risk of hip fracture.

Vegetarian diets can be ‘healthy or unhealthy’

Study lead author James Webster, a doctoral researcher from the School of Food Science and Nutrition at Leeds, said: “Our study highlights potential concerns regarding risk of hip fracture in women who have a vegetarian diet. However, it is not warning people to abandon vegetarian diets. As with any diet, it is important to understand personal circumstances and what nutrients are needed for a balanced healthy lifestyle.

“Vegetarian diets can vary widely from person to person and can be healthy or unhealthy, just like diets that include animal products.

“However, it is concerning that vegetarian diets often have lower intakes of nutrients that are linked with bone and muscle health. These types of nutrients generally are more abundant in meat and other animal products than in plants, such as protein, calcium, and other micronutrients.

“Low intake of these nutrients can lead to lower bone mineral density and muscle mass, which can make you more susceptible to hip fracture risk. This makes it especially important for further research to better understand factors driving the increased risk in vegetarians, whether it be particular nutrient deficiencies or weight management, so that we can help people to make healthy choices.”

Plant-based diets growing in popularity

Vegetarian diets have gained popularity in recent years, with a 2021 YouGov survey putting the size of the UK vegetarian population at roughly 5-7%. It is often perceived as a healthier dietary option, with previous evidence that shows a vegetarian diet can reduce the risks of several chronic diseases, including diabetes, heart disease, and cancer compared to omnivorous diets.

There is also a worldwide call for reducing the consumption of animal products in an effort to tackle climate change.

Understanding hip fracture risk in vegetarians is therefore becoming increasingly important to public health.

Study co-author Professor Janet Cade, leader of the Nutritional Epidemiology Group in the School of Food Science and Nutrition at Leeds, said: “Hip fracture is a global health issue with high economic costs that causes loss of independence, reduces quality of life, and increases risk of other health issues.

“Plant-based diets have been linked with poor bone health, but there has been a lack of evidence on the links to hip fracture risk. This study is an important step in understanding the potential risk plant-based diets could present over the long-term and what can be done to mitigate those risks.”

The team used data from the UK Women’s Cohort Study to investigate possible links between diet and hip fracture risk. The national cohort of middle-aged women was established at the University of Leeds to explore links between diet and chronic disease, encompassing a wide range of different eating patterns. Dietary information was collected using a food frequency questionnaire and was validated using a 4-day food diary in a subsample of women.

At the time they were recruited into the cohort study, the women ranged in age from 35 to 69 years.

Effect of low BMI

The research team found that the average BMI among vegetarians was slightly lower than the average among the regular meat eaters. Previous research has shown a link between low BMI and a high risk of hip fracture.

Lower BMI can indicate people are underweight, which can mean poorer bone and muscle health, and higher risk of hip fracture. Further investigation is needed to determine if low BMI is the reason for the observed higher risk in vegetarians.

Study co-author, Dr Darren Greenwood, a biostatistician in the School of Medicine at Leeds, said: “This study is just part of the wider picture of diet and healthy bones and muscles in older age.

“Further research is needed to confirm whether there could be similar results in men, to explore the role of body weight, and to identify the reasons for different outcomes in vegetarians and meat-eaters.”

We would like to thank the author of this article for this remarkable content

Vegetarian women are at a higher risk of hip fracture

) [summary] => Journal Reference: James Webster, Darren C. Greenwood, Janet E. Cade. Risk of hip fracture in meat-eaters, pescatarians, and vegetarians: results from the UK Women’s Cohort Study. BMC Medicine, 2022; 20 (1) DOI: 10.1186/s12916-022-02468-0 University of Leeds research, published today (Thursday, August 11) in the journal BMC Medicine, investigated the risk of hip fracture in occasional ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. James Webster, Darren C. Greenwood, Janet E. Cade. Risk of hip fracture in meat-eaters, pescatarians, and vegetarians: results from the UK Women’s Cohort Study. BMC Medicine, 2022; 20 (1) DOI: 10.1186/s12916-022-02468-0

University of Leeds research, published today (Thursday, August 11) in the journal BMC Medicine, investigated the risk of hip fracture in occasional meat-eaters; pescatarians, people who eat fish but not meat; and vegetarians compared to regular meat-eaters.

Among 26,318 women, 822 hip fracture cases were observed over roughly 20 years — that represented just over 3% of the sample population. After adjustment for factors such as smoking and age, vegetarians were the only diet group with an elevated risk of hip fracture.

This study is one of very few studies to compare risk of hip fracture in vegetarians and meat-eaters where the occurrence of hip fracture was confirmed from hospital records.

The scientists stress the need for more research into the exact causes of why vegetarians were at a greater risk of hip fracture.

Vegetarian diets can be ‘healthy or unhealthy’

Study lead author James Webster, a doctoral researcher from the School of Food Science and Nutrition at Leeds, said: “Our study highlights potential concerns regarding risk of hip fracture in women who have a vegetarian diet. However, it is not warning people to abandon vegetarian diets. As with any diet, it is important to understand personal circumstances and what nutrients are needed for a balanced healthy lifestyle.

“Vegetarian diets can vary widely from person to person and can be healthy or unhealthy, just like diets that include animal products.

“However, it is concerning that vegetarian diets often have lower intakes of nutrients that are linked with bone and muscle health. These types of nutrients generally are more abundant in meat and other animal products than in plants, such as protein, calcium, and other micronutrients.

“Low intake of these nutrients can lead to lower bone mineral density and muscle mass, which can make you more susceptible to hip fracture risk. This makes it especially important for further research to better understand factors driving the increased risk in vegetarians, whether it be particular nutrient deficiencies or weight management, so that we can help people to make healthy choices.”

Plant-based diets growing in popularity

Vegetarian diets have gained popularity in recent years, with a 2021 YouGov survey putting the size of the UK vegetarian population at roughly 5-7%. It is often perceived as a healthier dietary option, with previous evidence that shows a vegetarian diet can reduce the risks of several chronic diseases, including diabetes, heart disease, and cancer compared to omnivorous diets.

There is also a worldwide call for reducing the consumption of animal products in an effort to tackle climate change.

Understanding hip fracture risk in vegetarians is therefore becoming increasingly important to public health.

Study co-author Professor Janet Cade, leader of the Nutritional Epidemiology Group in the School of Food Science and Nutrition at Leeds, said: “Hip fracture is a global health issue with high economic costs that causes loss of independence, reduces quality of life, and increases risk of other health issues.

“Plant-based diets have been linked with poor bone health, but there has been a lack of evidence on the links to hip fracture risk. This study is an important step in understanding the potential risk plant-based diets could present over the long-term and what can be done to mitigate those risks.”

The team used data from the UK Women’s Cohort Study to investigate possible links between diet and hip fracture risk. The national cohort of middle-aged women was established at the University of Leeds to explore links between diet and chronic disease, encompassing a wide range of different eating patterns. Dietary information was collected using a food frequency questionnaire and was validated using a 4-day food diary in a subsample of women.

At the time they were recruited into the cohort study, the women ranged in age from 35 to 69 years.

Effect of low BMI

The research team found that the average BMI among vegetarians was slightly lower than the average among the regular meat eaters. Previous research has shown a link between low BMI and a high risk of hip fracture.

Lower BMI can indicate people are underweight, which can mean poorer bone and muscle health, and higher risk of hip fracture. Further investigation is needed to determine if low BMI is the reason for the observed higher risk in vegetarians.

Study co-author, Dr Darren Greenwood, a biostatistician in the School of Medicine at Leeds, said: “This study is just part of the wider picture of diet and healthy bones and muscles in older age.

“Further research is needed to confirm whether there could be similar results in men, to explore the role of body weight, and to identify the reasons for different outcomes in vegetarians and meat-eaters.”

We would like to thank the author of this article for this remarkable content

Vegetarian women are at a higher risk of hip fracture

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(CNN) — Tom Brady will take time off from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to “tend to personal matters,” team head coach Todd Bowles said.

Brady, 45, was not present at practice Thursday. In that sense, Bowles told journalists that the quarterback will return only after the team’s second preseason game on Aug. 20.

Tom Brady throws a pass during Tampa Bay Buccaneers training camp. (Credit: Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire)

“Tom has excused himself today,” Bowles noted. “He’s coming back sometime after Tennessee. He’s going to attend to some personal stuff,” he continued.

“This is something we talked about before training camp started. We determined this time because he wanted to be around and have chemistry with the guys and get through two weeks of training camp. Knowing he wasn’t going to play the first two games I didn’t want to take reps from Blaine (Gabbert) and Kyle (Trask), as well as (Ryan Griffin), as far as the next two games.”

Bowles didn’t elaborate on the reason for Brady’s absence, but said it was something that had been planned since before training camp began. He also stated that he was confident Brady would return for the team’s Week 1 season opener against the Dallas Cowboys.

“Obviously there will always be questions,” Bowles said. “But I have a pretty high confidence level, yes.”

tom brady

Brady talks with coach Clyde Christensen.

Bucs player Devin White said Brady had the full support and understanding of his team.

“He’s a grown man, (more grown up) than most of us, and he’s ultimately a human being,” White said. “He has personal problems. But he is a guy who has been doing this for so long that he (doesn’t) need to be here,” he completed.

“If he’s not here, we know he’s still working. He’s got a great support team around him and he’ll do his job whether he’s here or not. So when he comes back, he’ll never miss a beat and that’s the only important thing. .. But more than football, we are praying for whatever he is going through as a human being and we hope that everyone else is too. And that is all we ask for him: his well-being. Football comes second , what is human comes first,” he added.

Since joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020 after playing for the New England Patriots, Brady has dramatically helped the team’s success.

Brady during Tampa Bay Buccaneers training camp.

With multiple failures before his arrival, the Buccaneers won the Super Bowl in Brady’s first season in charge. For him it was his seventh championship.

The team fell short of expectations last season and lost to the team that would win the Super Bowl, the Los Angeles Rams, in the playoffs.

Despite being the oldest quarterback in the league, predictions for the Buccaneers are sky high again this season.

We would love to give thanks to the author of this short article for this remarkable material

Tom Brady takes a leave of absence from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for “personal matters”

) [summary] => Was Tom Brady too quick to announce his return to the NFL? 2:15 (CNN) — Tom Brady will take time off from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to “tend to personal matters,” team head coach Todd Bowles said. Brady, 45, was not present at practice Thursday. In that sense, Bowles told journalists that the quarterback will ... Read more [atom_content] =>

(CNN) — Tom Brady will take time off from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to “tend to personal matters,” team head coach Todd Bowles said.

Brady, 45, was not present at practice Thursday. In that sense, Bowles told journalists that the quarterback will return only after the team’s second preseason game on Aug. 20.

Tom Brady throws a pass during Tampa Bay Buccaneers training camp. (Credit: Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire)

“Tom has excused himself today,” Bowles noted. “He’s coming back sometime after Tennessee. He’s going to attend to some personal stuff,” he continued.

“This is something we talked about before training camp started. We determined this time because he wanted to be around and have chemistry with the guys and get through two weeks of training camp. Knowing he wasn’t going to play the first two games I didn’t want to take reps from Blaine (Gabbert) and Kyle (Trask), as well as (Ryan Griffin), as far as the next two games.”

Bowles didn’t elaborate on the reason for Brady’s absence, but said it was something that had been planned since before training camp began. He also stated that he was confident Brady would return for the team’s Week 1 season opener against the Dallas Cowboys.

“Obviously there will always be questions,” Bowles said. “But I have a pretty high confidence level, yes.”

tom brady

Brady talks with coach Clyde Christensen.

Bucs player Devin White said Brady had the full support and understanding of his team.

“He’s a grown man, (more grown up) than most of us, and he’s ultimately a human being,” White said. “He has personal problems. But he is a guy who has been doing this for so long that he (doesn’t) need to be here,” he completed.

“If he’s not here, we know he’s still working. He’s got a great support team around him and he’ll do his job whether he’s here or not. So when he comes back, he’ll never miss a beat and that’s the only important thing. .. But more than football, we are praying for whatever he is going through as a human being and we hope that everyone else is too. And that is all we ask for him: his well-being. Football comes second , what is human comes first,” he added.

Since joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020 after playing for the New England Patriots, Brady has dramatically helped the team’s success.

Brady during Tampa Bay Buccaneers training camp.

With multiple failures before his arrival, the Buccaneers won the Super Bowl in Brady’s first season in charge. For him it was his seventh championship.

The team fell short of expectations last season and lost to the team that would win the Super Bowl, the Los Angeles Rams, in the playoffs.

Despite being the oldest quarterback in the league, predictions for the Buccaneers are sky high again this season.

We would love to give thanks to the author of this short article for this remarkable material

Tom Brady takes a leave of absence from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for “personal matters”

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) [summary] => Food Pharmacy Store AB’s privacy policy Food Pharmacy Store AB (“Food Pharmacy”) works to ensure that your privacy is protected when using our services. Food Pharmacy is the personal data controller for the personal data that you send to us in accordance with the data protection regulation (GDPR). In this privacy policy, we inform you ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Food Pharmacy Store AB’s privacy policy

Food Pharmacy Store AB (“Food Pharmacy”) works to ensure that your privacy is protected when using our services. Food Pharmacy is the personal data controller for the personal data that you send to us in accordance with the data protection regulation (GDPR).

In this privacy policy, we inform you about why and how we process personal data and how we use cookies. Here you can also read about what rights you have as a registered user and where you can go with questions or comments related to Food Pharmacy’s personal data processing. The privacy policy was last updated in September 2019.

What kind of personal data do we collect?

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We collect personal data that you send to us, e.g. when you place orders and contact our customer service. The personal data you send to us can e.g. include contact information, date of birth and payment information. In addition, we may collect certain personal data from external sources, e.g. credit information and address updates. When we conduct customer surveys, all user data is anonymized. Our legal basis for this personal data processing is to be able to fulfill the contract with you as a customer or to be able to fulfill obligations according to law. The personal data is stored for 3 years.

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The data is stored within the European Economic Area (EEA).

What are your rights?
You have the right to request information about the personal data we hold about you. If your data is incorrect, incomplete or irrelevant, you can request to have it corrected or deleted. However, we cannot delete your data in cases where there is a statutory requirement for storage for e.g. accounting rules, or when there are other legal reasons why the data must be saved. You also have the right to contact Datainspektionen at datainspektionen@datainspektionen.se to lodge a complaint.

Who has access to your personal data?
We never sell, exchange or forward your personal data for marketing purposes to third parties outside of Food Pharmacy. Data forwarded to third parties is only used to provide the aforementioned services to you, e.g. carriers in connection with the delivery of goods, media agencies for the distribution of newsletters and credit reporting or collection agencies for information checks to check identity, credit or debt collection.

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We have technical and organizational measures to protect your data from unauthorized access. We continuously adapt our security measures. Our payment agents process your card and personal information in accordance with the international security standard. You can read more about these standards on our suppliers’ websites – Klarna.se and Stripe.com.

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114 51 Stockholm
E-mail: info@foodpharmacy.se, jonna.andersson@foodpharmacy.se

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) [4] => Array ( [title] => Revisiting Tom Cruise’s hilarious dying routine in Edge of Tomorrow: ‘If you hate Tom, he dies like 200 times’ | Scene Stealer [link] => https://coolnspicy.com/trending-people/revisiting-tom-cruises-hilarious-dying-routine-in-edge-of-tomorrow-if-you-hate-tom-he-dies-like-200-times-scene-stealer/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Moonlky ) [pubdate] => Sun, 14 Aug 2022 07:38:15 +0000 [category] => Trending PeopleCruisesdiesdyingEdgeHateHilariousRevisitingroutinescèneStealerTimesTomTomorrow [guid] => https://coolnspicy.com/?p=37071 [description] => More often than not, we wonder why any superstar becomes the way they are. They peak, thanks to a bunch of successful films and they of course have the talent, charisma and energy to hold your attention throughout a movie. But they are humans too, so they fail as well, and once they have been ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

More often than not, we wonder why any superstar becomes the way they are. They peak, thanks to a bunch of successful films and they of course have the talent, charisma and energy to hold your attention throughout a movie. But they are humans too, so they fail as well, and once they have been around for a long time, you start to take them for granted. In fact, as they age, you wonder if they have it in them to still deliver a fun, engaging entertainer? Like most big stars, Tom Cruise has also been through that drill, those stages of extreme success and limelight and then seeing more than a few failures.

However, every once in a while, Cruise surprises us by reinventing himself as that same action hero in that very same action genre he has been doing for decades. Just a twist here, and a twist there to that action hero stereotype, and he is seen playing the lead in a big-budget Hollywood spectacle one more time. One of my favourite Tom Cruise performances is from the 2014 release Edge of Tomorrowalso starring the talented Emily Blunt.

Helmed by Doug Liman and penned by the trio of Christopher McQuarrie, Jez Butterworth and John-Henry Butterworth, the action-thriller is ‘full paisa-vasool’. Unfortunately, I saw it after it released in theatres. But Edge of Tomorrow is meant to be consumed on the big screen. The visuals, the aliens, the monsters and its grandeur cry for a big-screen experience. In the movie, Tom plays the unwitting ‘administrator’ guy who is sent to the field to contain the alien invasion which has cost the lives and livelihood of many across the globe. Tom’s William Cage is a reluctant warrior. In fact, throughout the first hour of the movie, he is barely a courageous human being, who does his best to get out of the tricky spot, but alas, fate had other plans.

Now finding himself in a war he had no wish to participate in, eventually William’s survival instincts kick in, only to quickly realise that he cannot really die due to some glitch. In that war, he finds Sergeant Rita Vrataski (Blunt), who has also experienced the same thing in recent past. The two develop an unlikely friendship where they vow to save the world by giving it their all.

While the VFX is great and the performances are on point, what really steals the show are the comedic bits in the film, especially when Tom’s William keeps dying. In a brilliant, never-ending, loopy kind of twist, death, an otherwise awful and gloomy scenario, is transformed into a humorous bit. Tom apparently dies a record 36 times during the course of the film, and each time it is as novel and hilarious as the last.

Speaking about the same, Tom Cruise had said during an earlier media interaction, “I found it very very funny. First of all, playing this unlikely hero, this guy, it was so much fun. On set we were devising how many ways my character could die, it became like a bugs bunny kind of situation.”

Before the film’s release, while conversing with The Guardian, director Doug Liman had confirmed Tom’s death and lightly said, “If you love Tom Cruise, you see him giving a genius performance, and if you hate Tom Cruise he dies like 200 times in the movie.”

All I can say is, listen to Doug and watch the movie on Netflix, YouTube or Amazon Prime Video, if you haven’t already.

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this post for this incredible material

Revisiting Tom Cruise’s hilarious dying routine in Edge of Tomorrow: ‘If you hate Tom, he dies like 200 times’ | Scene Stealer

) [summary] => More often than not, we wonder why any superstar becomes the way they are. They peak, thanks to a bunch of successful films and they of course have the talent, charisma and energy to hold your attention throughout a movie. But they are humans too, so they fail as well, and once they have been ... Read more [atom_content] =>

More often than not, we wonder why any superstar becomes the way they are. They peak, thanks to a bunch of successful films and they of course have the talent, charisma and energy to hold your attention throughout a movie. But they are humans too, so they fail as well, and once they have been around for a long time, you start to take them for granted. In fact, as they age, you wonder if they have it in them to still deliver a fun, engaging entertainer? Like most big stars, Tom Cruise has also been through that drill, those stages of extreme success and limelight and then seeing more than a few failures.

However, every once in a while, Cruise surprises us by reinventing himself as that same action hero in that very same action genre he has been doing for decades. Just a twist here, and a twist there to that action hero stereotype, and he is seen playing the lead in a big-budget Hollywood spectacle one more time. One of my favourite Tom Cruise performances is from the 2014 release Edge of Tomorrowalso starring the talented Emily Blunt.

Helmed by Doug Liman and penned by the trio of Christopher McQuarrie, Jez Butterworth and John-Henry Butterworth, the action-thriller is ‘full paisa-vasool’. Unfortunately, I saw it after it released in theatres. But Edge of Tomorrow is meant to be consumed on the big screen. The visuals, the aliens, the monsters and its grandeur cry for a big-screen experience. In the movie, Tom plays the unwitting ‘administrator’ guy who is sent to the field to contain the alien invasion which has cost the lives and livelihood of many across the globe. Tom’s William Cage is a reluctant warrior. In fact, throughout the first hour of the movie, he is barely a courageous human being, who does his best to get out of the tricky spot, but alas, fate had other plans.

Now finding himself in a war he had no wish to participate in, eventually William’s survival instincts kick in, only to quickly realise that he cannot really die due to some glitch. In that war, he finds Sergeant Rita Vrataski (Blunt), who has also experienced the same thing in recent past. The two develop an unlikely friendship where they vow to save the world by giving it their all.

While the VFX is great and the performances are on point, what really steals the show are the comedic bits in the film, especially when Tom’s William keeps dying. In a brilliant, never-ending, loopy kind of twist, death, an otherwise awful and gloomy scenario, is transformed into a humorous bit. Tom apparently dies a record 36 times during the course of the film, and each time it is as novel and hilarious as the last.

Speaking about the same, Tom Cruise had said during an earlier media interaction, “I found it very very funny. First of all, playing this unlikely hero, this guy, it was so much fun. On set we were devising how many ways my character could die, it became like a bugs bunny kind of situation.”

Before the film’s release, while conversing with The Guardian, director Doug Liman had confirmed Tom’s death and lightly said, “If you love Tom Cruise, you see him giving a genius performance, and if you hate Tom Cruise he dies like 200 times in the movie.”

All I can say is, listen to Doug and watch the movie on Netflix, YouTube or Amazon Prime Video, if you haven’t already.

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this post for this incredible material

Revisiting Tom Cruise’s hilarious dying routine in Edge of Tomorrow: ‘If you hate Tom, he dies like 200 times’ | Scene Stealer

) [5] => Array ( [title] => Sofia Coppola’s Miraculous Lost In Translation: Academy Award®-Winning Screenplays for Focus Features 20th Anniversary [link] => https://coolnspicy.com/movie-production-companies/sofia-coppolas-miraculous-lost-in-translation-academy-award-winning-screenplays-for-focus-features-20th-anniversary/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Sun, 14 Aug 2022 07:13:15 +0000 [category] => Movie Production Companies20thAcademyAnniversaryAwardWinningCoppolasFeaturesFocuslostMiraculousScreenplaysSofíaTranslation [guid] => https://coolnspicy.com/?p=37065 [description] => Sofia Coppola’s Miraculous Lost In Translation: Academy Award®-Winning Screenplays for Focus Features 20th Anniversary A luminous script about personal moments in a foreign city that stole the world’s heart Sofia Coppola’s sophomore film Lost in Translation introduced to the world a unique cinematic voice. Two strangers—a slightly over-the-hill movie star, Bob Harris (Bill Murray), and ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Sofia Coppola’s Miraculous Lost In Translation: Academy Award®-Winning Screenplays for Focus Features 20th Anniversary

A luminous script about personal moments in a foreign city that stole the world’s heart

Sofia Coppola’s sophomore film Lost in Translation introduced to the world a unique cinematic voice. Two strangers—a slightly over-the-hill movie star, Bob Harris (Bill Murray), and Charlotte (Scarlett Johansson), a newlywed left behind by her photographer husband (Giovanni Ribisi)—meet at the Park Hyatt Tokyo and begin a friendship. Over the next few days, the two flirt, confess things to each other, sing karaoke, eat at a shabu shabu cafe, watch TV, and eventually go their separate ways. As simple as the story’s premise is, the film, as the Los Angeles Times points out, “demonstrates…how much weight and substance something slight can have in just the right hands.” To celebrate Focus Features’ 20th year anniversary, we’re highlighting this August unforgettable films like Lost in Translation which won an Academy Award® for Best Screenplay.

Watch Lost in Translation on iTunes or Amazon now.

The official trailer for Lost in Translation

Bill Murray and Sofia Coppola on the set of Lost in Translation

After finishing her debut feature film, The Virgin SuicidesSofia Coppola wondered what her next project might be. “I spent a lot of time in Tokyo in my twenties and I really wanted to make a film around my experience of just being there,” remembers Coppola. “That was the starting point.” Working back in Los Angeles, she dove into her past, remembering exactly what it felt like to be young and lost. “I was in this stage where I wasn’t sure if I’d made the right choices,” explains Coppola. “I was looking a lot at the idea of being connected because at that moment, I wasn’t.” Putting it all down on paper, Coppola started to weave together a series of scenes that told this unique story.

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Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson in Lost in Translation

As she put her characters together on the page, she found herself telling a different type of story—not a love story per se but a tale about two people finding themselves by learning to care about someone else. “I wanted the movie’s structure to have all the different parts of a relationship condensed in a few days,” Coppola explains. “They meet, they break up.” And in the process, they get to know each other. “It’s about misunderstandings between people and places,” says Coppola. “There are so many moments in life when people don’t say what they mean, when they are just missing each other, waiting to run into each other in a hallway.”

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Scarlett Johansson high above Tokyo in Lost in Translation

Critics and fans were in awe by the clarity of Coppola’s vision and writing. “What’s astonishing about Sofia Coppola’s enthralling new movie is the precision, maturity, and originality with which the confident young writer-director communicates so clearly in a cinematic language all her own,” proclaimed Entertainment Weekly. Roger Ebert noted“One of the strengths of Coppola’s screenplay is that her people and everything they do are believable.” Even more, Coppola knew how to leave things unsaid and actions undone. “No emotions here are signposted or over-emphasized, and the sparse screenplay leaves it up to the actors and Coppola’s unrushed camera to tell us what is really happening,” writes Screen Daily. In the end, the grace of Coppola’s screenplay is measured more by what is not in it than by what is. “There’s not a word or a wistful glance out of place,” praised the BBC. Nothing is lost in translation.

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Sofia Coppola’s Miraculous Lost In Translation: Academy Award®-Winning Screenplays for Focus Features 20th Anniversary

) [summary] => Sofia Coppola’s Miraculous Lost In Translation: Academy Award®-Winning Screenplays for Focus Features 20th Anniversary A luminous script about personal moments in a foreign city that stole the world’s heart Sofia Coppola’s sophomore film Lost in Translation introduced to the world a unique cinematic voice. Two strangers—a slightly over-the-hill movie star, Bob Harris (Bill Murray), and ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Sofia Coppola’s Miraculous Lost In Translation: Academy Award®-Winning Screenplays for Focus Features 20th Anniversary

A luminous script about personal moments in a foreign city that stole the world’s heart

Sofia Coppola’s sophomore film Lost in Translation introduced to the world a unique cinematic voice. Two strangers—a slightly over-the-hill movie star, Bob Harris (Bill Murray), and Charlotte (Scarlett Johansson), a newlywed left behind by her photographer husband (Giovanni Ribisi)—meet at the Park Hyatt Tokyo and begin a friendship. Over the next few days, the two flirt, confess things to each other, sing karaoke, eat at a shabu shabu cafe, watch TV, and eventually go their separate ways. As simple as the story’s premise is, the film, as the Los Angeles Times points out, “demonstrates…how much weight and substance something slight can have in just the right hands.” To celebrate Focus Features’ 20th year anniversary, we’re highlighting this August unforgettable films like Lost in Translation which won an Academy Award® for Best Screenplay.

Watch Lost in Translation on iTunes or Amazon now.

The official trailer for Lost in Translation

Bill Murray and Sofia Coppola on the set of Lost in Translation

After finishing her debut feature film, The Virgin SuicidesSofia Coppola wondered what her next project might be. “I spent a lot of time in Tokyo in my twenties and I really wanted to make a film around my experience of just being there,” remembers Coppola. “That was the starting point.” Working back in Los Angeles, she dove into her past, remembering exactly what it felt like to be young and lost. “I was in this stage where I wasn’t sure if I’d made the right choices,” explains Coppola. “I was looking a lot at the idea of being connected because at that moment, I wasn’t.” Putting it all down on paper, Coppola started to weave together a series of scenes that told this unique story.

artcont 1660002967

Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson in Lost in Translation

As she put her characters together on the page, she found herself telling a different type of story—not a love story per se but a tale about two people finding themselves by learning to care about someone else. “I wanted the movie’s structure to have all the different parts of a relationship condensed in a few days,” Coppola explains. “They meet, they break up.” And in the process, they get to know each other. “It’s about misunderstandings between people and places,” says Coppola. “There are so many moments in life when people don’t say what they mean, when they are just missing each other, waiting to run into each other in a hallway.”

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Scarlett Johansson high above Tokyo in Lost in Translation

Critics and fans were in awe by the clarity of Coppola’s vision and writing. “What’s astonishing about Sofia Coppola’s enthralling new movie is the precision, maturity, and originality with which the confident young writer-director communicates so clearly in a cinematic language all her own,” proclaimed Entertainment Weekly. Roger Ebert noted“One of the strengths of Coppola’s screenplay is that her people and everything they do are believable.” Even more, Coppola knew how to leave things unsaid and actions undone. “No emotions here are signposted or over-emphasized, and the sparse screenplay leaves it up to the actors and Coppola’s unrushed camera to tell us what is really happening,” writes Screen Daily. In the end, the grace of Coppola’s screenplay is measured more by what is not in it than by what is. “There’s not a word or a wistful glance out of place,” praised the BBC. Nothing is lost in translation.

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Sofia Coppola’s Miraculous Lost In Translation: Academy Award®-Winning Screenplays for Focus Features 20th Anniversary

) [6] => Array ( [title] => Rotator cuff regeneration: potential breakthrough treatment [link] => https://coolnspicy.com/healthandscience/rotator-cuff-regeneration-potential-breakthrough-treatment/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Sun, 14 Aug 2022 07:08:18 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceBreakthroughcuffpotentialregenerationrotatortreatment [guid] => https://coolnspicy.com/?p=37060 [description] => Journal Reference: Nikoo Saveh Shemshaki, Ho-Man Kan, Mohammed Barajaa, Takayoshi Otsuka, Amir Lebaschi, Neha Mishra, Lakshmi S. Nair, Cato T. Laurencin. Muscle degeneration in chronic massive rotator cuff tears of the shoulder: Addressing the real problem using a graphene matrix. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2022; 119 (33) DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2208106119 “Most repairs focus ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Nikoo Saveh Shemshaki, Ho-Man Kan, Mohammed Barajaa, Takayoshi Otsuka, Amir Lebaschi, Neha Mishra, Lakshmi S. Nair, Cato T. Laurencin. Muscle degeneration in chronic massive rotator cuff tears of the shoulder: Addressing the real problem using a graphene matrix. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2022; 119 (33) DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2208106119

“Most repairs focus on the tendon,” and how to reattach it to the bone most effectively, Laurencin says. “But the real problem is that the muscle degenerates and accumulates fat. With a tear, the muscle shrinks, and the body grows fat in that area instead. When the tendon and muscle are finally reattached surgically to the shoulder bone, the weakened muscle can’t handle normal stresses and the area can be re-injured again.

Dr. Laurencin along with graduate student Nikoo Shemshaki worked with other UConn Connecticut Convergence Institute researchers to develop a polymer mesh infused with nanoplatelets of graphene. When they used it to repair the shoulders of rats who had chronic rotator cuff tears with muscle atrophy, the muscle grew back. When they tried growing muscle on the mesh in a petri dish in the lab, they found the material seemed to encourage the growth of myotubes, precursors of muscle, and discourage the formation of fat.

“This is really a potential breakthrough treatment for tears of the rotator cuff. It addresses the real problem: muscle degeneration and fat accumulation,” Laurencin says.

The next step in their work is studying the matrix in a large animal. The team looks forward to developing the technology in humans.

This work was funded by NIH National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases Grant No. DP1AR068147 and National Science Foundation Emerging Frontiers in Research and Innovation Grant No. 1332329.

We wish to say thanks to the author of this write-up for this outstanding content

Rotator cuff regeneration: potential breakthrough treatment

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Nikoo Saveh Shemshaki, Ho-Man Kan, Mohammed Barajaa, Takayoshi Otsuka, Amir Lebaschi, Neha Mishra, Lakshmi S. Nair, Cato T. Laurencin. Muscle degeneration in chronic massive rotator cuff tears of the shoulder: Addressing the real problem using a graphene matrix. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2022; 119 (33) DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2208106119 “Most repairs focus ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Nikoo Saveh Shemshaki, Ho-Man Kan, Mohammed Barajaa, Takayoshi Otsuka, Amir Lebaschi, Neha Mishra, Lakshmi S. Nair, Cato T. Laurencin. Muscle degeneration in chronic massive rotator cuff tears of the shoulder: Addressing the real problem using a graphene matrix. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2022; 119 (33) DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2208106119

“Most repairs focus on the tendon,” and how to reattach it to the bone most effectively, Laurencin says. “But the real problem is that the muscle degenerates and accumulates fat. With a tear, the muscle shrinks, and the body grows fat in that area instead. When the tendon and muscle are finally reattached surgically to the shoulder bone, the weakened muscle can’t handle normal stresses and the area can be re-injured again.

Dr. Laurencin along with graduate student Nikoo Shemshaki worked with other UConn Connecticut Convergence Institute researchers to develop a polymer mesh infused with nanoplatelets of graphene. When they used it to repair the shoulders of rats who had chronic rotator cuff tears with muscle atrophy, the muscle grew back. When they tried growing muscle on the mesh in a petri dish in the lab, they found the material seemed to encourage the growth of myotubes, precursors of muscle, and discourage the formation of fat.

“This is really a potential breakthrough treatment for tears of the rotator cuff. It addresses the real problem: muscle degeneration and fat accumulation,” Laurencin says.

The next step in their work is studying the matrix in a large animal. The team looks forward to developing the technology in humans.

This work was funded by NIH National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases Grant No. DP1AR068147 and National Science Foundation Emerging Frontiers in Research and Innovation Grant No. 1332329.

We wish to say thanks to the author of this write-up for this outstanding content

Rotator cuff regeneration: potential breakthrough treatment

) [7] => Array ( [title] => Melons: «Fair of the flame. We are for presidentialism, the Italians will choose “ [link] => https://coolnspicy.com/sport/melons-fair-of-the-flame-we-are-for-presidentialism-the-italians-will-choose/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tim Hall ) [pubdate] => Sun, 14 Aug 2022 06:24:45 +0000 [category] => SportChooseFairflameItaliansMelonspresidentialism [guid] => https://coolnspicy.com/?p=37055 [description] => from Paola Di Caro The leader of FdI: making a bicameral? Yes, if there is a willingness to cooperate. I respect Segre, but that symbol has nothing to do with fascism The party symbol was deposited yesterday, and not changed. And Giorgia Melonia Liliana Segre who among many others had asked her to remove the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>
from Paola Di Caro

The leader of FdI: making a bicameral? Yes, if there is a willingness to cooperate. I respect Segre, but that symbol has nothing to do with fascism

The party symbol was deposited yesterday, and not changed. And Giorgia Melonia Liliana Segre who among many others had asked her to remove the flame from the logo to give a concrete a sign of discontinuity with the pastfirm reply: With respect and esteem for Senator Segre: lthe flame in the symbol of FdI has nothing to do with fascismbut the recognition of the path made by a democratic right in our republican history. We are proud of it.

If you tire of these controversies in a very low-level election campaign, the one on presidentialism instead – says the leader of FdI – it makes her very happy: finally we are talking about a concrete theme. Which clarifies who is on one side and who on the other: FdI will fight for presidentialism, the Democratic Party considers it a danger to democracy. And the Italians will choose.

In an interview with the Corriere della SeraMeloni explains the reasons for a choice that – he is convinced – serve to make authoritative, strong, stable and therefore the nation is much more competitive. He reproaches the incoherence of the Democratic Party, challenges it. And reassures those who fear that the head of state, Mattarella, is in the sights according to Berlusconi, once the reform has been passed, he should resign: a great controversy has been made about nothing. There is no declaration of hostility towards Mattarella. The doubt about what can happen after the approval of a reform may exist, but we think that the most natural and logical thing is that a reform of this magnitudewhich changes the structure of powers, come into effect not in office, but in the following legislature. Exactly as happened with the reduction in the number of parliamentarians.

Therefore, no division of officesto you the premiership, to Berlusconi the Quirinale, a Salvini the interiors? Absolutely no. We have always proposed presidentialism, there is no contingent reason. We would be fine even if in the end the Italians had to choose a left-wing president.

The demonization

In short, according to Meloni in place the usual demonization of the Democratic Party against his party, which goes through an operation cancel culture. We do not want to admit, he contests, that there was a great debate on the subject in the Constituent Assembly. In favor of presidentialism there were figures like Calamandrei, Salvemini, Saragat … There was never a tab to discuss it. Nor was there in the Democratic Party.

Melons remember how the system FdI thinks of is the French-style semi-presidential one , which Letta should appreciate, however, as a friend and admirer of France …, and that was what the then president of the Bicameral D’Alema took sides for. But also in 2013when Letta was in government, practically the whole Democratic Party converged on the proposal: from Veltroni, to Zanda to Finocchiaro to Prodi, to Bersani, even to Speranza! And today Renzi, not a member of the right, in favor.

For one thing, a system that arises from a confrontation between balanced alignments, another the flag of one battleship – the one led precisely by you, Salvini and Berlusconi – who also thanks to this electoral law it could dictate whatever it wants. This electoral law – the dry replica – we were the only ones who did not vote for it. For the rest, we seek dialogue, we have every intention of making reforms shared as much as possible, trying to balance the checks and balances in the best possible way for a system that works. Even with an ad hoc body, like a Bicameral? If there is a willingness to cooperate, perch no?opens Meloni. But clear on one point: If the Democratic Party makes a referendum today, on the one hand the good guys who want to keep the system as it is and on the other the bad guys who want presidentialism, then we’ll see what the voters choose. Because the popular will that counts.

The search for dialogue

On the other hand, for her presidentialism not a flag or a fetish: the system that is needed in “ONE STATE” like ours, politically fragile and therefore unstable. We have had 11 different premieres in 20 years, in France 4, 5 in the UK, 3 in Germany. It means that abroad they are faced with interlocutors who may have already changed after a year, a great weakness. As for it a government, with such short-term prospects, not being able to plan in the long run, and in fact our growth is much lower than others.

Short circuit pd

They exist for stable parliamentary republics, such as Germany. True, and I add: also Orbn’s Hungary a parliamentary Republic, a great short circuit for the propaganda of the Democratic Party. Pd which in Italy has instead become a party-system, who has ruled for 11 years without having won the elections, at the center of every alchemy. I think that’s why I’m against presidentialism: because to govern at that point they will have to win. We are ready for the challenge. Their?.

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) [summary] => from Paola Di Caro The leader of FdI: making a bicameral? Yes, if there is a willingness to cooperate. I respect Segre, but that symbol has nothing to do with fascism The party symbol was deposited yesterday, and not changed. And Giorgia Melonia Liliana Segre who among many others had asked her to remove the ... Read more [atom_content] =>
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The leader of FdI: making a bicameral? Yes, if there is a willingness to cooperate. I respect Segre, but that symbol has nothing to do with fascism

The party symbol was deposited yesterday, and not changed. And Giorgia Melonia Liliana Segre who among many others had asked her to remove the flame from the logo to give a concrete a sign of discontinuity with the pastfirm reply: With respect and esteem for Senator Segre: lthe flame in the symbol of FdI has nothing to do with fascismbut the recognition of the path made by a democratic right in our republican history. We are proud of it.

If you tire of these controversies in a very low-level election campaign, the one on presidentialism instead – says the leader of FdI – it makes her very happy: finally we are talking about a concrete theme. Which clarifies who is on one side and who on the other: FdI will fight for presidentialism, the Democratic Party considers it a danger to democracy. And the Italians will choose.

In an interview with the Corriere della SeraMeloni explains the reasons for a choice that – he is convinced – serve to make authoritative, strong, stable and therefore the nation is much more competitive. He reproaches the incoherence of the Democratic Party, challenges it. And reassures those who fear that the head of state, Mattarella, is in the sights according to Berlusconi, once the reform has been passed, he should resign: a great controversy has been made about nothing. There is no declaration of hostility towards Mattarella. The doubt about what can happen after the approval of a reform may exist, but we think that the most natural and logical thing is that a reform of this magnitudewhich changes the structure of powers, come into effect not in office, but in the following legislature. Exactly as happened with the reduction in the number of parliamentarians.

Therefore, no division of officesto you the premiership, to Berlusconi the Quirinale, a Salvini the interiors? Absolutely no. We have always proposed presidentialism, there is no contingent reason. We would be fine even if in the end the Italians had to choose a left-wing president.

The demonization

In short, according to Meloni in place the usual demonization of the Democratic Party against his party, which goes through an operation cancel culture. We do not want to admit, he contests, that there was a great debate on the subject in the Constituent Assembly. In favor of presidentialism there were figures like Calamandrei, Salvemini, Saragat … There was never a tab to discuss it. Nor was there in the Democratic Party.

Melons remember how the system FdI thinks of is the French-style semi-presidential one , which Letta should appreciate, however, as a friend and admirer of France …, and that was what the then president of the Bicameral D’Alema took sides for. But also in 2013when Letta was in government, practically the whole Democratic Party converged on the proposal: from Veltroni, to Zanda to Finocchiaro to Prodi, to Bersani, even to Speranza! And today Renzi, not a member of the right, in favor.

For one thing, a system that arises from a confrontation between balanced alignments, another the flag of one battleship – the one led precisely by you, Salvini and Berlusconi – who also thanks to this electoral law it could dictate whatever it wants. This electoral law – the dry replica – we were the only ones who did not vote for it. For the rest, we seek dialogue, we have every intention of making reforms shared as much as possible, trying to balance the checks and balances in the best possible way for a system that works. Even with an ad hoc body, like a Bicameral? If there is a willingness to cooperate, perch no?opens Meloni. But clear on one point: If the Democratic Party makes a referendum today, on the one hand the good guys who want to keep the system as it is and on the other the bad guys who want presidentialism, then we’ll see what the voters choose. Because the popular will that counts.

The search for dialogue

On the other hand, for her presidentialism not a flag or a fetish: the system that is needed in “ONE STATE” like ours, politically fragile and therefore unstable. We have had 11 different premieres in 20 years, in France 4, 5 in the UK, 3 in Germany. It means that abroad they are faced with interlocutors who may have already changed after a year, a great weakness. As for it a government, with such short-term prospects, not being able to plan in the long run, and in fact our growth is much lower than others.

Short circuit pd

They exist for stable parliamentary republics, such as Germany. True, and I add: also Orbn’s Hungary a parliamentary Republic, a great short circuit for the propaganda of the Democratic Party. Pd which in Italy has instead become a party-system, who has ruled for 11 years without having won the elections, at the center of every alchemy. I think that’s why I’m against presidentialism: because to govern at that point they will have to win. We are ready for the challenge. Their?.

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) [8] => Array ( [title] => Thawing Arctic hillsides are major climate change contributors [link] => https://coolnspicy.com/healthandscience/thawing-arctic-hillsides-are-major-climate-change-contributors/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Sun, 14 Aug 2022 05:51:47 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceArcticchangéclimatecontributorshillsidesmajorThawing [guid] => https://coolnspicy.com/?p=37050 [description] => Journal Reference: Philipp Bernhard, Simon Zwieback, Irena Hajnsek. Accelerated mobilization of organic carbon from retrogressive thaw slumps on the northern Taymyr Peninsula. The Cryosphere, 2022; 16 (7): 2819 DOI: 10.5194/tc-16-2819-2022 The finding comes from the study of hillsides in a far north region of Russia, where the researchers also found a significant and rapid increase ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Philipp Bernhard, Simon Zwieback, Irena Hajnsek. Accelerated mobilization of organic carbon from retrogressive thaw slumps on the northern Taymyr Peninsula. The Cryosphere, 2022; 16 (7): 2819 DOI: 10.5194/tc-16-2819-2022

The finding comes from the study of hillsides in a far north region of Russia, where the researchers also found a significant and rapid increase of collapsed hillsides. The collapses feature landslides that gradually expose more of the permafrost for thawing — and more carbon for release.

Global climate models don’t account for the once-frozen carbon set free by these collapsing hillsides. The researchers say that needs to change.

The findings were published July 15 in The Cryosphere, a journal of the European Geosciences Union. They are the first based on the use of satellite imagery to estimate carbon release from slumping Arctic hillsides.

“Permafrost landscapes are expected to change profoundly over the next decades,” said Simon Zwieback, a University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute assistant professor and one of the research paper’s authors. “Among the many consequences of this is the release of greenhouse gasses such as carbon dioxide, which can exacerbate climate change.”

Similar thaw slumps are also widespread in Russia’s Yamal Peninsula in Siberia, in northwestern Canada and in Canada’s Arctic archipelago.

Doctoral student Philipp Bernhard of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich and Irena Hajnsek of the Zürich institute and the German Aerospace Center also worked on the research. Zwieback and Hajnsek were Bernhard’s Ph.D. advisors.

The work focused on 10,500 square miles in the northern Taymyr Peninsula of Russia’s Siberia, an area bounded by the Byrranga Mountains to the south and the Kara Sea to the north.

The researchers compared satellite images from two time periods — 2010-2017 and 2018-2021 — to note elevation changes and movement of debris and of the slump’s exposed leading edge. They then incorporated a soil organic carbon map and made assumptions about the ground’s ice content and its carbon stores to calculate the amount of organic carbon released.

An ice sheet covered the entire study region around 130,000 years ago, with subsequent periods of ice retreat and advance covering a smaller and smaller area.The most recent retreat occurred at the end of the last ice age and was largely completed 12,000 years ago.

Satellite images revealed the spread of thaw slumps in areas containing remnants of that long-ago ice sheet.

A retreating sheet usually leaves behind substantial quantities of ice covered by clay, sand, gravel and rocks, particularly along the ice sheet’s edges. The retreating sheet that once covered the present-day Taymyr region created several of these ice-rich zones, referred to as ice-marginal zones. Two of those zones are in the researchers’ study area.

Images of the study area showed an increase in slumps from 82 in the 2010-2017 study period to 1,404 in the 2018-2021 period, with nearly all of that increase occurring during the region’s extremely warm 2020.

The images also showed that the annual volume of affected material increased by about 43 times from the first to second periods.

“The extreme warmth was compounded by there being a lot of ground ice close to the surface,” Zwieback said. “This is due to the long-term legacy of past ice ages but also to the fact that so much of this old ice is still there because summers are usually cool and there are no fires.

“And the ice is not well protected by insulating organic layers because there’s not much life in the harsh climate,” he said.

Alaska has thaw slumps but not nearly as many as those in Canada and Russia. Alaska also has other hillslide deformations caused by thawing permafrost, and these may contribute to climate change, Zwieback said.

Little research on such a large geographic scale as that in the Taymyr Peninsula exists about thaw slumps. The work of Zwieback, Bernhard and Hajnsek shows that the carbon release from thawing Arctic hillsides must be accounted for in assessing the Arctic’s carbon cycle. Researchers also need to quantify how much of it is turned into greenhouse gasses such as carbon dioxide.

“The big challenge is to quantify and predict where, when and how much carbon dioxide is released,” Zwieback said.

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: Philipp Bernhard, Simon Zwieback, Irena Hajnsek. Accelerated mobilization of organic carbon from retrogressive thaw slumps on the northern Taymyr Peninsula. The Cryosphere, 2022; 16 (7): 2819 DOI: 10.5194/tc-16-2819-2022 The finding comes from the study of hillsides in a far north region of Russia, where the researchers also found a significant and rapid increase ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Philipp Bernhard, Simon Zwieback, Irena Hajnsek. Accelerated mobilization of organic carbon from retrogressive thaw slumps on the northern Taymyr Peninsula. The Cryosphere, 2022; 16 (7): 2819 DOI: 10.5194/tc-16-2819-2022

The finding comes from the study of hillsides in a far north region of Russia, where the researchers also found a significant and rapid increase of collapsed hillsides. The collapses feature landslides that gradually expose more of the permafrost for thawing — and more carbon for release.

Global climate models don’t account for the once-frozen carbon set free by these collapsing hillsides. The researchers say that needs to change.

The findings were published July 15 in The Cryosphere, a journal of the European Geosciences Union. They are the first based on the use of satellite imagery to estimate carbon release from slumping Arctic hillsides.

“Permafrost landscapes are expected to change profoundly over the next decades,” said Simon Zwieback, a University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute assistant professor and one of the research paper’s authors. “Among the many consequences of this is the release of greenhouse gasses such as carbon dioxide, which can exacerbate climate change.”

Similar thaw slumps are also widespread in Russia’s Yamal Peninsula in Siberia, in northwestern Canada and in Canada’s Arctic archipelago.

Doctoral student Philipp Bernhard of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich and Irena Hajnsek of the Zürich institute and the German Aerospace Center also worked on the research. Zwieback and Hajnsek were Bernhard’s Ph.D. advisors.

The work focused on 10,500 square miles in the northern Taymyr Peninsula of Russia’s Siberia, an area bounded by the Byrranga Mountains to the south and the Kara Sea to the north.

The researchers compared satellite images from two time periods — 2010-2017 and 2018-2021 — to note elevation changes and movement of debris and of the slump’s exposed leading edge. They then incorporated a soil organic carbon map and made assumptions about the ground’s ice content and its carbon stores to calculate the amount of organic carbon released.

An ice sheet covered the entire study region around 130,000 years ago, with subsequent periods of ice retreat and advance covering a smaller and smaller area.The most recent retreat occurred at the end of the last ice age and was largely completed 12,000 years ago.

Satellite images revealed the spread of thaw slumps in areas containing remnants of that long-ago ice sheet.

A retreating sheet usually leaves behind substantial quantities of ice covered by clay, sand, gravel and rocks, particularly along the ice sheet’s edges. The retreating sheet that once covered the present-day Taymyr region created several of these ice-rich zones, referred to as ice-marginal zones. Two of those zones are in the researchers’ study area.

Images of the study area showed an increase in slumps from 82 in the 2010-2017 study period to 1,404 in the 2018-2021 period, with nearly all of that increase occurring during the region’s extremely warm 2020.

The images also showed that the annual volume of affected material increased by about 43 times from the first to second periods.

“The extreme warmth was compounded by there being a lot of ground ice close to the surface,” Zwieback said. “This is due to the long-term legacy of past ice ages but also to the fact that so much of this old ice is still there because summers are usually cool and there are no fires.

“And the ice is not well protected by insulating organic layers because there’s not much life in the harsh climate,” he said.

Alaska has thaw slumps but not nearly as many as those in Canada and Russia. Alaska also has other hillslide deformations caused by thawing permafrost, and these may contribute to climate change, Zwieback said.

Little research on such a large geographic scale as that in the Taymyr Peninsula exists about thaw slumps. The work of Zwieback, Bernhard and Hajnsek shows that the carbon release from thawing Arctic hillsides must be accounted for in assessing the Arctic’s carbon cycle. Researchers also need to quantify how much of it is turned into greenhouse gasses such as carbon dioxide.

“The big challenge is to quantify and predict where, when and how much carbon dioxide is released,” Zwieback said.

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Jennifer Lopez y Pitbull they became one of the most acclaimed duets by the public. Over the years, they both decided to collaborate and release songs that were heard all over the world. With a rhythm that invites you to dance, there was no person who has not moved their hips with these creations.

Although they worked together on more than one occasion, the truth is that they haven’t released a song in a long time to surprise his fans. This caused many people to wonder if there is a good relationship between both artists or if everything really ended badly between them.

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