9 Best Gluten-Free Shampoos and Conditioners. Verywell Health. https://www.verywellhealth.com/gluten-free-shampoo-conditioner-and-other-hair-products-562439. Published 2019. Accessed January 22, 2019. Cross-Contact | BeyondCeliac.org. Beyond Celiac. https://www.beyondceliac.org/gluten-free-diet/cross-contact/. Published 2019. Accessed January 22, 2019. Is That Gluten-Free Diet Really Gluten-Free? – Today’s Dietitian Magazine. Todaysdietitian.com. https://www.todaysdietitian.com/enewsletter/enews_0518_01.shtml. Published 2019. Accessed January 27, 2019. by Sarah Pittman, Dietetic InternFinding products that are gluten free used to be such a hard task. But with people being more aware of gluten in their diets (celiac and non celiac people alike) as well as the FDA stepping in on the manner, it has made finding gluten in food and non-food products much easier.“On August 2, 2013, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced its long-awaited gluten-free food labeling rule. According to the rule, when a manufacturer chooses to put “gluten-free” on food packaging, the item must comply with the new FDA definition of the term – less than 20 parts per million (ppm) of gluten”4.When patients with celiac disease eat gluten it can cause abdominal pain, nausea, diarrhea, constipation, rash, or heartburn1. Even if not consumed directly, cross contamination can occur with gluten. It only takes 10 mg to potentially cause problems in patients with celiac disease5.Cross contamination can happen by: Putting gluten free bread in a toaster that has had non-gluten free bread in itUsing sponges to clean dishes that have also been used to clean dishes of gluten productsUsing cutting boards that have been used with gluten products2 Any product that may come in contact with the mouth and in turn be ingested needs to be gluten free for people with celiac disease. But not all products are labeled gluten free, so how do you know if it contains gluten?Some of the best ways to know if a product is gluten free is by: Calling the manufacturer and asking if the product contains gluten or if there is possible cross-contamination of glutenRead ALL the ingredients on the productCheck out glutenfreedrugs.com on medications that include gluten6Some brands that have gluten-free hair care/bath and body products include:AcureAvalon OrganicsDesert EsenceDovePaul MitchellSuave3 Do you know of any other brands that have gluten-free options? 10 Fast Facts About the FDA Gluten-Free Labeling Rule | Celiac Disease Foundation. Celiac Disease Foundation. https://celiac.org/about-the-foundation/featured-news/2014/08/fda-gluten-free-food-labeling-information-page/. Published 2019. Accessed January 22, 2019. References:Celiac Disease: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment, Risk Factors. WebMD. https://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/celiac-disease/celiac-disease#1. Published 2019. Accessed January 22, 2019. Hidden Gluten in Nonfood Products – Today’s Dietitian Magazine. Todaysdietitian.com. https://www.todaysdietitian.com/enewsletter/enews_0515-01.shtml. Published 2019. Accessed January 27, 2019.
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (AP) — Russia’s desperate attempt to get 45 banned athletes — including several medal favorites — into the Pyeongchang Olympics failed just hours before Friday’s opening ceremony.The International Olympic Committee had banned Russia because of a massive doping scheme at the 2014 Sochi Games, but gave individual athletes the chance to apply for admission to compete as “Olympic Athletes from Russia.” There were 168 Russians who passed the vetting process. Dozens more filed appeals with the Court of Arbitration for Sport.On Friday, the court upheld the IOC’s right to decide who can compete.Anti-doping officials praised the ruling, which is a heavy blow to Russian medal chances.“That’s it. The story is over,” Russian delegation spokesman Konstantin Vybornov said.After two days of hearings, the CAS panel ruled that the commissions that evaluated whether Russian applicants were eligible did not act in a “discriminatory, arbitrary or unfair manner.”CAS secretary general Matthieu Reeb read from a statement and declined to take questions, saying the IOC process “could not be described as a sanction but rather as an eligibility decision.”The IOC and the World Anti-Doping Agency welcomed the decision. The IOC said the decision “supports the fight against doping and brings clarity for all athletes.”WADA president Craig Reedie described it as “absolutely correct.”Among those excluded are six-time gold medalist Viktor Ahn, the short track speedskater whose return to his native South Korea for the Olympics had been eagerly anticipated by local fans.Also out are cross-country skiing gold medalist Alexander Legkov and skeleton gold medalist Alexander Tretiakov, as well as potential medal contenders in biathlon, luge and bobsled.Three former NHL players — Sergei Plotnikov, Anton Belov and Valeri Nichushkin — also lost appeals, though it was widely considered unlikely they would have played even if they had been successful because the Russian roster is already full.U.S. Anti-Doping Agency chief executive Travis Tygart said the decision was “a small glimmer of hope in an otherwise dark and sordid affair.”“You hope justice has been served but how some of these athletes can keep dirty medals from Sochi but be excluded now is hard to reconcile,” Tygart said. “And why the IOC rushed the process on the Sochi medal decisions is unexplainable and a tragedy for clean athletes.”In a telephone interview, Reedie told The Associated Press: “I am delighted at the decision and the way they expressed it.”“They have quite clearly understood that there was systemic manipulation of the anti-doping process,” Reedie said. “It means the games can proceed. Athletes can get their heads down and go. This particular issue is now behind us.”The IOC’s vetting process was designed to exclude Russian athletes from the games if IOC officials weren’t sure they were clean, even if they hadn’t been banned for doping.The “Olympic Athletes from Russia” will compete in neutral uniforms under the Olympic flag in a decision designed to balance the rights of individual athletes with the need for a strong deterrent to doping.As well as the 45 athletes, the ruling covers a luge coach and a skeleton coach.The IOC has refused to comment on individual Russian athletes but says it decided who to exclude using a newly obtained Moscow laboratory database with evidence of past doping offenses.It refused to clear some Russians even after their disqualifications from the 2014 Olympics were lifted by CAS last week.Stephen Hess, an international sports lawyer based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, said the decision was a victory for the IOC.“There is no absolute right to get an invitation from the IOC to come to the Olympics,” Hess said in a telephone interview. “That was within the IOC’s discretion, and they didn’t exercise it arbitrarily. If Russia had an Olympic team, CAS might have said: ‘IOC, the Russians can put them on their own team. You can’t keep them out.’ But Russia doesn’t have an Olympic team.”Jim Walden, the lawyer for Russian whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov, renewed calls for IOC President Thomas Bach to resign “for the sake of the Olympic ideal.”Walden has accused the IOC and CAS of being “complicit in enabling Russian doping” for not implementing strong punishments for Russian athletes, including a blanket ban.Friday’s verdict, he said, is “a small semblance of justice for clean athletes.”Angela Ruggiero of the IOC athletes’ commission said the decision provided clarity for all competitors.“The message we’re sending to athletes now is, the decision’s been made, you should be incredibly confident that every athlete, including the Olympic Athletes from Russia, have had to clear incredibly high hurdles to get here,” Ruggiero said.U.S. athletes also welcomed the end to uncertainty around the participation of some Russian athletes.“That is great news,” said U.S. women’s skeleton athlete Katie Uhlaender, who placed fourth in the Sochi Olympics — one spot behind bronze medalist Elena Nikitina, who was one of the 45 appealing her ban.U.S. bobsledder Nick Cunningham said he has tried to not focus on the will-they-or-won’t-they drama surrounding the Russians.“If dirty athletes are taken out, then clean athletes will prevail,” Cunningham said. “That’s what I hope.”___By JAMES ELLINGWORTHAP Sports Writers Stephen Wade, Tim Reynolds and Eddie Pells contributed to this report. 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World Cup Netherlands need Barcelona-like miracle to qualify for World Cup – De Boer Carlo Garganese Last updated 2 years ago 16:00 10/7/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(3) Getty Images World Cup Netherlands The former Ajax legend – and twin brother of Frank – believes his country have only a five per cent chance of making it to Russia Netherlands will need a miracle similar to the one Barcelona produced against Paris Saint-Germain during last year’s Champions League in order to qualify for the World Cup, according to Dutch legend Ronald de Boer.With two games remaining in Group A, the Dutch find themselves in third position – four points behind group leaders France and three shy of second placed Sweden.On Saturday, Netherlands travel to Belarus while Sweden host Luxembourg. But with the Swedes enjoying a goal difference of +6 over the Dutch – and expected to beat Luxembourg handsomely – the likelihood is that Dick Advocaat’s men will, in order to make the playoffs, have to rack up a huge win over Sweden when they host them on the final matchday on Tuesday. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. And De Boer, who won 67 caps for his country and played in two World Cups, believes Netherlands will have to repeat the Champions League miracle Barcelona produced earlier this year when they thrashed PSG 6-1 at Camp Nou after losing the first leg 4-0.“It’s looking very bad for Netherlands. I give us maybe a five per cent chance to qualify for the World Cup,” ex-Barca ace De Boer told Goal at the ASPIRE4SPORT Congress at Stamford Bridge.”We will play Belarus. It is not easy to play over there. History tells us we always have problems there. Let’s say we win 1-0 or 2-0, Sweden are playing at home against Luxembourg and I believe they can score four goals at least.”That would mean we have to probably beat Sweden 5-0 or 6-0 in Amsterdam [on Tuesday].”Everything is possible. We saw Barcelona do it against PSG, but Barcelona are not the Dutch team.”Holland 66/1 to win the World CupNetherlands’ chances of progression have been hit further by injuries to key players Kevin Strootman and Stefan de Vrij, who will miss both matches against Belarus and Sweden.
zoom Shanghai No.1 Intermediate People’s Court found Mao Shijia, former general manager of China Shipping Tanker Company, a subsidiary of China Shipping Development, guilty of corruption and sentenced him to six years in prison.The court also sentenced Liu Houping, former assitant general manager at China Shipping Tanker Company, to three years and six months in jail for similar offenses.The court established that Shijia and Houping had abused their positions within the company to obtain close to USD 2.41 million in personal gains, which caused significant losses for the company.Houping admitted to knowing of the corrupt dealings and helping Shijia, and pleaded for leniency from the court.Shijia was arrested on the counts of corruption in November 2013.World Maritime News Staff
zoom The keel of the first of nine Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) carriers ordered by Teekay Corporation has been laid at South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd, Teekay said.Teekay signed up for six 170,000-cbm Arc7 vessels and Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL), in partnership with China Shipping LNG, has three vessels on order from the batch. The ships are said to be priced at around USD 316 million each totaling in USD 2.8 billion overall.The ships will feature Electronically Controlled, Gas Injection (MEGI) twin engine and are intended to serve the Yamal LNG Project, which is located on the Yamal Peninsula in Northern Russia.According to Teekay LNG, the scaffolding is installed temporarily for the assembly of the cargo containment system, comprising around 60,000 insulation blocks per ship.The vessels are among the largest LNG carriers that will be able to transit the Panama Canal after its expansion is complete.The first vessel from the batch is scheduled for delivery in 2016, the final one joining the fleet in 2019.Yamal LNG, a joint venture between Russia-based Novatek (60 percent), France-based Total (20 percent) and China-based China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) (20 percent), will consist of three LNG trains with a total expected capacity of 16.5 million metric tons of LNG per year and is currently scheduled to start-up in early-2018.The project’s first commercial cargo is due to be shipped in 2017. The chosen route for the LNG cargo is the Northern Sea Route (NSR).World Maritime News Staff; Images: Teekay Corporation
Ambulance services in Nova Scotia will be strengthened andprotected under legislation introduced today, Oct.1, by HealthMinister Angus MacIsaac. The Emergency Health Services (EHS) Act outlines the requirementfor ambulance service providers to meet standards of patientcare, performance and competency. “Nova Scotia has the best ambulance system in Canada, and one ofthe top 10 systems in North America,” said Mr. MacIsaac. “Infact, this was confirmed once again this week when the groundambulance service was notified that it had just been given a fullthree-year accreditation by the Commission for Accreditation ofAmbulance Services. This is the first and only system in Canadato achieve this distinction. It means that our system has met orexceeded more than 90 clinical and operational standards.” “A great deal of work has gone into making the province’s EHSsystem what it is today, and this legislation will give theDepartment of Health the authority to maintain and improve thatsystem by making sure that standards for patient care, ambulancesand medical equipment and many other important areas are met,”said the minister. The new legislation will also provide the flexibility to havespecified emergency health service providers enhance the primarycare services offered in any area of the province. This practiceis already taking place on Long and Brier islands, Digby Co.,where paramedics certified in community para-medicine work sideby side with a nurse practitioner to provide basic medicalservices to residents. “Through our current performance-based contracts with serviceproviders like Emergency Medical Care and Canadian Helicopters,we have been successful in ensuring that standards developed byEHS are being met or surpassed,” said Marilyn Pike, seniordirector, Emergency Health Services. “This legislation will ensure that everyone working within NovaScotia’s ambulance system is required to meet standardsconsistent with safe patient care,” she said. “As a result ofthat, the public can be assured that when they call for anambulance only qualified staff in a reliable, well-equippedambulance will respond to their call for help.” Nova Scotia’s EHS system consists of the communication centre,ground ambulance system, medical oversight (medical management ofeach call), LifeFlight (air ambulance system), the Nova ScotiaTrauma Program, medical first responders and the Atlantic healthtraining and simulation centre. The Department of Health administers the system at a cost ofabout $65 million annually.
Information about the province’s efforts to develop and promote the Gaelic language and culture is now a short trip to the World Wide Web away. The Office of Gaelic Affairs website, launched today, Oct. 9, at www.gov.ns.ca/oga , gives visitors a wealth of information about Gaelic in Nova Scotia. Sound clips for the Gaelic category assist learners and those interested in hearing the language. The website hosts the vision and mandate of the Office of Gaelic Affairs, a brief history of Gaelic in Nova Scotia, a newsletter highlighting provincial Gaelic initiatives, educational and community links, and contact information. Acting Minister responsible for Gaelic Affairs, Brooke Taylor, said the website will continue to build on the province’s efforts to renew the Gaelic language and culture. “By making these resources available online, we hope to expose more people across the province to Gaelic and encourage greater participation in ongoing cultural and language development opportunities,” said Mr. Taylor. The province established the Office of Gaelic Affairs in December 2006. Its mandate is to develop greater awareness and appreciation for Gaelic language and culture, consult with communities on ongoing community-based Gaelic-language programs, and develop a Gaelic-language plan and policy for the province.
Labour and Advanced Education Minister Kelly Regan is sending condolences to the family, friends and loved ones of a fisherman who died in a Halifax hospital, Tuesday, March 3, after falling overboard while lobster fishing of the coast of Port Mouton, Queens Co. “I can’t imagine how this man’s loved ones must be feeling, and my thoughts are with them during this extremely difficult time,” said Ms. Regan. “I want to assure this family that we will help find answers as to why this happened.” The Department of Labour and Advanced Education’s occupational health and safety division is investigating. In 2013, 34 Nova Scotians died at work. This is the first workplace fatality in the fishing industry this year.
FREDERICTON — Former premier Brian Gallant will go to the New Brunswick legislature this morning to officially announce that he will be stepping down as Liberal leader.Sources tell The Canadian Press that Gallant will ask the party to organize a leadership convention.They say he intends to remain as Opposition leader until the party chooses his replacement.Gallant is scheduled to officially announce his intentions at the legislature at 11 a.m.He became leader in 2012, and premier in 2014 at the age of 32, but came up short in September’s provincial election.His minority government was toppled two weeks ago in a confidence vote on the Liberals’ throne speech, and Progressive Conservative Premier Blaine Higgs and his minority government were sworn-in last week.Donald Wright, a political scientist at the University of New Brunswick, says Gallant likely spoke to his caucus and party, read the tea leaves and learned his future is not as party leader.Kevin Bissett, The Canadian Press
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — The ousted Sri Lankan prime minister’s party is urging Facebook to safeguard the identity of the party’s supporters on the social media platform, fearing information sharing with what it calls the country’s illegal government can lead to a crackdown against the users.In a letter to Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg, the United National Party said such information could be used against the users “in ways which are legally prohibited.”Party spokesman Piyasena Dissanayaka said Facebook also blocked its official page ahead of a public rally on Thursday but restored it on Saturday.Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe was sacked last month by President Maithripala Sirisena.Sirisena replaced Wickremesinghe with Mahinda Rajapaksa, who has had two no-confidence motions against him.The Associated Press
5 February 2009Talks yesterday between the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot leaders, aimed at reunifying the island of Cyprus and focused on property rights, were “substantive,” the top United Nations envoy there reported. Greek Cypriot leader Demetris Christofias and Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat each voiced their views on the principles the other side has presented, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Special Representative Tayé-Brook Zerihoun said after the meeting in Nicosia.“They had a good round of substantive discussions on this issue and they have agreed to continue these discussions next week on the afternoon of 12 February,” Mr. Zerihoun told the press.The Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Cyprus, Alexander Downer, will arrive on the island that morning, and plans to attend that meeting, he said.In May 2008, the two leaders committed themselves to working towards “a bicommunal, bizonal federation with political equality, as defined by relevant Security Council resolutions.”The partnership will comprise a Federal Government with a single international personality, along with a Turkish Cypriot Constituent State and a Greek Cypriot Constituent State, which will be of equal status.
US business stockpiles rise 0.3 per cent in May, while sales post third monthly gain In this photo taken Friday June 12, 2015, Balia Cosio, right, hands a grocery shopper a loaf of Cuban bread at a local grocery store in the Little Havana area of Miami. The Commerce Department releases business inventories for May, on Tuesday, July 14, 2015. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz) by Martin Crutsinger, The Associated Press Posted Jul 14, 2015 8:02 am MDT Last Updated Jul 14, 2015 at 10:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email WASHINGTON – U.S. businesses added to their stockpiles in May, while sales rose for a third straight month.Business stockpiles in May edged up 0.3 per cent from the previous month on a seasonally adjusted basis, the Commerce Department reported Tuesday. The result may indicate that businesses are optimistic about future sales.Sales in May were up 0.4 per cent following gains in March and April. Before March, sales had posted seven straight monthly declines.Economists are forecasting sales to keep rebounding in the second half of this year and that consumer spending will help lift overall economic growth. However, a separate report Tuesday showed that retail sales in June fell 0.3 per cent as consumers cut back their spending at stores and restaurants.Despite the disappointing retail sales result, which followed a robust 1 per cent gain in May, analysts said they are still hopeful that consumers will ramp up their spending in coming months based on rising incomes from strong job gains over the past year.The economy went into reverse in the first quarter, shrinking at an annual rate of 0.2 per cent. That decline in the gross domestic product was the result of an unusually harsh winter that kept consumers away from shopping malls and disrupted other economic activity as well.Analysts are forecasting a bounce back in the April-June period to 2.5 per cent growth.The increase in stockpiles in May left inventories at a seasonally adjusted $1.8 trillion, an increase of 2.4 per cent from May 2014.
Upload the photo to Instagram and tag it using the #ItAllAddsUp and #BrockU hashtags.The It All Adds Up Campaign officially launched on Nov. 2 and will run until Friday, Nov. 6. It will also continue throughout the year and include Career Services’ “Make it Happen” campaign in the winter term.Booth times and locations are:Wednesday, Nov. 4 — MCA Hallway 8:30-11 a.m.Thursday, Nov. 5 — Computer Commons by the Ramp 8:30 a.m.- 2 p.m.Friday, Nov. 6 — MCA Hallway 9-11 a.m. A campaign that encourages Brock students to reflect on the activities they are involved in runs this week.The It All Adds Up Instagram campaign, organized by Career Services’, helps students reflect on their activities and interests, inside and outside of the classroom. It is meant to remind students that what they are doing is “adding up” as well as leading to their career or personal goals.The campaign aims to positively impact students’ career stress by challenging the idea that they must always “add more and do more” to be successful. It All Adds Up encourages students to instead add up what they are already doing so that they can then start to make decisions that make sense for them.Students are asked to participate by:Having a photo of yourself taken with a few of your “It All Adds Up” activities/characteristics written on a chalkboard or whiteboard behind you (see below for photo booth hours and locations).
20,137 Views By Paul Hosford Image: Facebook/Free Ibrahim Halawa Tuesday 21 Mar 2017, 10:15 PM Mar 21st 2017, 10:15 PM 53 Comments Image: Facebook/Free Ibrahim Halawa Share15 Tweet Email1 Short URL A TECHNICAL REPORT into evidence around the protest which saw Irish citizen Ibrahim Halawa jailed does not name or identify him.The Dublin-born prisoner has been held without trial in Egypt since being arrested at a protest in Cairo in August 2013.He is charged with terrorism and other charges.Despite numerous requests by the Irish government that he be freed, Egyptian President el-Sisi has said that he could only consider pardoning him when his trial is complete. However, that trial has been delayedOmaima, Fatima, Soumaya and Ibrahim Halawa were all arrested at the protest three days after the Rabaa al-Adawiya massacre on 17 August 2013.Fatima, Ibrahim’s older sister, told Saturday with Claire Byrne in January that they chose to attend the protest “on the spur of the moment” to remember those who had been killed in the Egyptian uprising and subsequent massacre.“We went to Egypt every single year as far as I can remember to visit extended relatives, it was something our parents wanted us to do. To keep contact with our extended relatives and family members,” she said.She acknowledged that Ibrahim spoke at the sit-in at Rabaa al-Adawiya Square but says their attendance was not political or pre-planned but was about remembering those who were killed.TrialIbrahim Halawa faces another trial date – his 20th – tomorrow. The Egyptian authorities have chosen to try Halawa in a mass trial along with almost 500 other people, a decision that has led to the repeated postponements.Part of the case will focus on a technical report prepared last July by the Egyptian Ministry of Interior for the Court of Appeal in Cairo.The report, seen by TheJournal.ie, focuses on nine exhibits of evidence – videos and photos – taken on the day that Halawa was arrested. It says the video clips are “of a high quality and taken both inside and outside Al-Fath mosque”.It says that a printout of 300 photos was taken from video clips, but says that only two people were identified: Saber Eid Ahmed and Salah El-Din Abd El-Halim Morsi. The report doesn’t mention Halawa or any of the other 300 people arrested at the protest.It says:We were not able to confirm the suspicion of the other accused among the large crowd of people appearing in the video recordings and the digital images contained in the exhibits subject of investigation.Colm O’Gorman, Executive Director of Amnesty International Ireland says that Halawa must be released.“Ibrahim’s innocence has been further vindicated by Egypt’s own legal system, which following a technical review of audio-video material presented in the case, found no evidence against him. It tallies with what Amnesty researchers on the ground at the time assert, that Ibrahim was in al-Fath mosque and could not have committed the violent crimes with which he has been charged.“Amnesty International also conducted a thorough, independent review of the prosecution evidence. It is surely now beyond question that Ibrahim was arrested solely for peacefully exercising his right to freedom of assembly and expression. Ibrahim is a prisoner of conscience. His continuing imprisonment represents an inexcusable violation of both international and Egyptian law.“We reiterate our call for his immediate and unconditional release.”Earlier, cabinet approved a plan to send an independent medical expert to the Egyptian capital to examine Halawa.Read: ‘His spirit is finally broken’: MEP claims Ibrahim Halawa is ‘being kept alive by glucose injections’ http://jrnl.ie/3299758 Judge-ordered report into Cairo protest doesn’t name or identify Ibrahim Halawa Halawa faces another trial date – his 20th – tomorrow. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
LG présente un nouveau PC V300 All-in-oneCe Tout-en-un est le dernier modèle du V300 dévoilé l’année dernière, avec notamment la 3D et un écran tactile.Très classe, les PC All-in-one mériteront certainement leur place dans votre salon en 2012. Ce nouveau modèle LG V300 aura sous le capot la seconde gamme de processeur Intel Core i7, la nouvelle technologie 3D FPR (Film Patterned Retarder), sur un écran de 23 pouces Full HD. Celui-ci sera également IPS et offrira donc un angle de vue de 178 degrés. Le V300 bénéficiera aussi d’un système de triple caméras pour une expérience muli-touch supérieure.Pour en savoir plus, il faudra attendre la présentation de LG lors du prochain CES à Las Vegas. Mais patience, c’est déjà la semaine prochaine.Le 6 janvier 2012 à 16:30 • Maxime Lambert
Late Tuesday night, GO Ms. Tree, a SpaceX boat, caught half of the nose cone of its Falcon 9 rocket for the second time and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk posted the cool “save at sea” footage on Twitter.For the last 18 months, SpaceX has made catching fairings a major priority for space missions, The Verge reported. Fairings, structures that surround payloads and satellites that Falcon 9 rockets carry, protect these important objects during launches. Even though they typically break into two in space, descend back to Earth, and aren’t always retrieved, Musk said the company does the opposite.Rocket fairing falls from space & is caught by Ms Tree boat pic.twitter.com/nJv0Ry1iKk— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 7, 2019“Imagine you had $6 million in cash in a palette flying through the air, and it’s going to smash into the ocean,” Musk explained at a 2018 press conference. “Would you try to recover that? Yes. Yes, you would.”Liftoff! pic.twitter.com/garh1LldtF— SpaceX (@SpaceX) August 6, 2019Tuesday’s video, which was shared to Twitter, shows the fairing gently landing into the SpaceX boat’s net in the Atlantic Ocean. The fairing fell from the sky roughly 75 minutes after the Amos-17 communications satellite launched atop the Falcon 9 rocket, Space.com noted. Formerly called Mr. Steven, GO Ms. Tree, the SpaceX boat, helps protect the fairing from saltwater, which could deteriorate its structure and make it difficult to reuse in the future.On Aug. 6, the Amos-17 satellite and Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station around 7:23 p.m. EST. The Amos-17 satellite will provide satellite communication services to Africa, according to the mission’s webpage. There wasn’t a third landing for the Falcon 9 rocket, since Amos-17 was a big satellite that needed to reach a very far orbit, resulting in the booster not having enough fuel left over to safely return to our planet.More on Geek.com:SpaceX Launches Amos-17 Communications Satellite on Aug. 6NASA Taps SpaceX, Blue Origin to Boost Space TechWatch: SpaceX Rocket Creates Sonic Booms During Descent ESA Satellite Avoids Potential Collision With SpaceX Starlink CraftSpaceX’s Starhopper Aces Final Test Flight in Texas Stay on target
Clark County sheriff’s deputies have apprehended a suspect in an August kidnapping and robbery of a woman on Larch Mountain.Robert “House” J. Tuttle, 31, was arrested Friday on a bench warrant and appeared Tuesday in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of first-degree kidnapping, first-degree robbery and intimidating a witness. He is scheduled to be arraigned on the charges Jan. 28. Judge Rich Melnick held Tuttle on $250,000 bail and appointed Vancouver attorney Neil Cane to defend him.A co-defendant in the case, Summer E. Long, 35, of Brush Prairie was arrested Nov. 1. She is scheduled to be tried March 3 on the same charges.Tuttle and Long are accused of kidnapping a 28-year-old woman, whom they knew, at about 2:30 a.m. Aug. 24 and driving her to the top of Larch Mountain. Long took away her cellphone, according to a court affidavit. Tuttle and Long accused her of being a police informant in a drug and firearm investigation involving Tuttle and a separate drug investigation involving a man named Robert Allison, the affidavit stated. Tuttle and Long then assaulted her, including punching her in the head, the victim told sheriff’s investigators. They told her they drove her to the remote location so “nobody could hear her scream,” the victim said in the affidavit.The woman said she was able to escape and hid in the woods until daylight. She said she was afraid that Tuttle and Long would find her and kill her. She walked more than nine miles before she found a residence where she could seek help, according to the affidavit.Long told a sheriff’s detective that she often called Tuttle to do “a man’s job.” Asked what that meant, Long replied, “Go drag a (expletive) up to Larch Mountain, beat ’em up for being a rat,” according to the affidavit.
Sirarakhong (Manipur): Manipur celebrated a two-day spiciest Chilli Festival with fun and folk dance by the youths of the local village. The 10th Hathei Phanit (Chilli Festival) at Sirarakhong village in Ukhrul district to exhibit the uniqueness of the chillies grown there and its high commercial value. Manipur claims that no other state in India can claim that they are producing the same variety and is sort of copyright of the village. This chilli has lots of nutritional value. It has high content of calcium and good potential to be exported to other countries. It is learnt that a similar chilli festival is likely to be held in Telangana soon. Telangana also has very good quality chillies with high nutritional values.