TAGSCurraghchase 10k RunCurraghchase Forest ParkEnable IrelandGerard McDonnellJames O’ShaughnessyKilcornanlimerick Halloween Spooktacular competition winners Previous articleSoccer – Signings have boosted Limerick’s survival hopesNext articleTV – Something for the weekend – Sport on TV Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie WhatsApp Facebook Limerick groups benefit from university’s new Christmas tradition Enable Ireland sucks up the eco-friendly message Linkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Print by Alan [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A CHARITY race will see participants take the scenic route through a popular County Limerick beauty spot this month.Now in its fourth year, the Curraghchase 10k will see runners and walkers take in the sights of the popular tourist attraction on August 16 as they make their way through its mixed woodlands, park lands and lakes.The event will see funds raised for Enable Ireland who provide free services to children and adults with disabilities and their families.The road race will be staged through the picturesque woodland forest park taking in many of the sites of interest including the Gerard McDonnell memorial tree planted in honour of local Kilcornan man Gerard McDonnell, who was the first Irish man to summit K2.Chairman of the Curraghchase 10k, James O’Shaughnessy expects this year’s race to be the biggest yet.“The support and interest this year from both sponsors and participants was huge. Registration numbers are already higher than the previous three years with people registered from all around the country,” James commented.“The Curraghchase 10k has become one of the must do 10k’s in the racing calendar,” he added.James’ advise to anyone who wants to take part is to register early online at eventmaster.ie. Registration for adults is €20, €10 for under 18’s and kids under 12 are free. For more details email [email protected] NewsLocal NewsScenic route for County Limerick charity runBy Alan Jacques – August 6, 2015 811 Win Halloween Spooktacular tickets Email Advertisement Halloween scares aplenty around Curraghchase Twitter Win Halloween Spooktacular tickets
Aurora, In. — Students at South Dearborn High School are continuing to learn community service and family values while completing in-class projects during the second trimester.Recently National Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Dine-In Day was celebrated. The focus of this day is to celebrate the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) Founder Ellen Swallow Richards through promoting the benefits of students and families preparing and eating healthy meals together. FCS Dine-In Day this year has a special focus on the emotional and social aspects of family mealtime.Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a dynamic and effective national student organization that helps young men and women become leaders and address important personal, family, work and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences Education. Students in the Interpersonal Relationships Class along with FCCLA Members celebrated FCS Dine-In Day. After eating school lunch together, students and FCCLA members enjoyed a device free dessert during classes in the afternoon. Students we’re instructed to turn off ALL devices and screens, but they could remain plugged in if needed, and that this did not have to be a specific meal, nor does it have to be one meal. Students also learned that 93% of parents think conversations at family meals are important for talking about things happening in their children’s lives (AAFCS Study #DeviceFreeDinner Campaign).Students have also been working on the FCCLA Lead2Feed National Outreach and Leadership Program. The Lead2Feed student leadership program is the nation’s leading and fastest growing free service learning program, attracting more than a million students in 3,500 schools and clubs across all 50 states. Aligned to standards and 21st-century skills, Lead2Feed is making a huge difference in participants’ lives and the programs they create.This free service learning program nurtures a new generation of leaders while working to end local and global hunger. Each year, student teams compete for a chance to win over $275,000 in charity grants and $150,000 in technology grants for schools. The best part is that the work of your chapter and any prizes benefit your community.Students will continue to work on this project during the rest of the trimester, and culminate with a class community service project during the winter months.Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a dynamic and effective national student organization that helps young men and women become leaders and address important personal, family, work and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences Education.
The Trojans won’t have much time to rest, as the weekend’s second matchup against San Jose State takes place the next afternoon. The Spartans will face No. 5 Pepperdine on Saturday before they head to USC. The Trojans are 7-0 all-time against SJSU, and this weekend is purported to be an extension of that streak. “It’s a constant communication between all of us to keep players outside of the red zones so they don’t get injured again,” Pintaric said of the game preparations. “So we plan on doing this this weekend and we will try to maximize our success. And at the same time, keep in mind the health of our players.” The Trojans did only allow 10 exclusions and sophomore goalie Nic Porter recorded an impressive 13 saves, but a 0.571 power play percentage and a 0.406 shooting percentage along with a third-quarter revival from Pepperdine left the Trojans with another loss on the road. Stopping Stanford’s momentum going into the match will undoubtedly be one of USC’s most difficult challenges so far this season, as a narrow win over No. 5 Pepperdine brought the Cardinal’s winning streak to 10 games. Stanford has only beaten the Trojans seven times when they’ve played at USC, but key players on this year’s roster will provide one of the toughest tests yet. But USC has some improvements to make after a 13-12 loss to the Waves two weekends ago. Sophomore driver Hannes Daube, Ehrhardt and Dasic stepped up, however, with 4, 3 and 2 goals respectively. Freshman driver Chris Sturtevant, redshirt junior driver Luke Wyatt and Maier each tacked on a goal, filling the gap left by junior driver Jacob Mercep’s injury. On Saturday’s Senior Day, the Trojans will face top-ranked Stanford for the first time since they bested the Cardinal at the 2018 NCAA Championship. The match also marks the first of the three Mountain Pacific Sports Federation conference games the Trojans will play to close the regular season. Hallock has turned heads with his performance this season, leading the MPSF conference with 48 goals so far. Stanford’s defensive foundation is strong, too, with senior goalie Andrew Chun picking up an average of 8.87 saves per game. These players are on the Trojans’ mind, but the Cardinal’s talent does not faze them. “The whole focus is to play the defense and stop their best players,” head coach Marko Pintaric said. “And obviously [Hallock] is … the backbone of the team that everything surrounds and we have ways to stop [him], and we worked on our options, and we’ll see how that works.” The game will be preceded by an event to honor the team’s departing players as senior driver Marin Dasic, redshirt junior driver Troy Furniss, redshirt junior utility Luka Karaman, senior 2-meter Matt Maier and redshirt senior 2-meter Sam Slobodien all prepare for their final home games. As the end of the season draws near, the No. 7 USC men’s water polo team will face a crucial weekend double-header against No. 1 Stanford and No. 12 San Jose State. Sophomore 2-meter Jake Ehrhardt and USC will face two tough opponents in Stanford and San Jose State this weekend at home. (Catherine Liang | Daily Trojan) USC’s practices leading up to the match have focused on slowing those standout players. Pintaric will plan the starting lineup in anticipation of Mercep’s return and the back-to-back games in a manner that prioritizes the team’s health. “We’re going to continue with watching the games until Saturday,” sophomore 2-meter Jake Ehrhardt said. “And you know, they’re definitely a really good team, they have a great center in [redshirt junior 2-meter] Ben Hallock, and they have some guys on the perimeter that [are] also good players too. So we’re gonna have to get ready and figure out how to play a good game with them.” The Trojans will take on Stanford Saturday at 1 p.m. and San Jose State Sunday at 1 p.m. Both games will be held at the Uytengsu Aquatics Center.
There are hundreds of large stone spheres in Costa Rica, some up to 8 feet in diameter weighing 16 tons. There are no written records or tribal traditions about them. John Hoopes, an anthropologist at the University of Kansas, has been studying these spheres for a long time. According to PhysOrg, he’s had to dispel myths about them, that they are related to Stonehenge or Easter Island or Atlantis, or came from extraterrestrials. “Myths are really based on a lot of very rampant speculation about imaginary ancient civilizations or visits from extraterrestrials,” he said. Nevertheless, he thinks they have special value to humanity and should be protected with U.N. World Heritage Status. He doesn’t know when they were made, or by whom. They seem to be associated with pottery from pre-Columbian tribes, but no one knows who made them, when, or why they were made. Tribes living in the area have no oral traditions about them. Professor Hoopes acknowledged that they could have been made long before the artifacts surrounding them. He has detected marks on some of them he thinks are from hammer stones. They are very close to perfect spheres, though they can vary from perfect by about two inches.Professor Hoopes should be fired for not doing his job as a scientist. He’s bringing science to a stop by assuming intelligent design made the spheres. If they were designed, who is the designer? And who designed the designer? Are we supposed to believe an intelligent designer wasted his time making round rocks? If he doesn’t know what they were used for, how can he claim they were designed? A scientist is supposed to look for natural explanations for natural objects. These stones are perfectly natural. They are not angelic material. There are plenty of known natural forces that can make spheres; all you need is a centripetal force applied evenly over a material. That’s why moons and planets are spherical. The stones could be concretions, growing outward from a central core by mineralization. They could have been irregular stones that rolled around in a bowl-shaped valley, then were distributed when the land rose up later. Natural explanations abound that could be applied to explain these stones without resorting to the myth of intelligent design. Professor Hoopes’ designer did a pretty lousy job – the spheres are not perfect. As for the alleged hammer marks, that’s another example of Professor Hoopes’ taking the easy way out. Even if no one saw the marks being formed, there are plenty of natural forces – woodpeckers, exfoliation, lightning strikes, whatever – that should always be considered in scientific explanations. Haven’t we learned anything since Darwin conquered Paley? If Hoopes doesn’t have a good enough imagination to come up with a naturalistic story, he doesn’t belong in science. He should be scorned, ridiculed, vilified, marginalized and expelled.(Visited 7 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
(Visited 31 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 The highly-acclaimed evidence of inflation theory announced in March may only be a signal from local dust.The BICEP2 team appears to be hedging on its confident claim three months ago that evidence for inflation had been found in the cosmic microwave background radiation (3/17/14). The signal from gravitational waves may, instead, just be caused by intervening dust closer to home. After several critics, notably Paul Steinhardt, made their views known, renewed scrutiny was focused on the original paper (5/12/14). Now, in the first peer-reviewed paper in Physical Review Letters, the discoverers appear poised for a falsification, even though they still stand by their claim.The news media have been increasingly airing doubts since May:No evidence for or against cosmic inflation (Ron Cowen in Nature, May 29)Big bang finding challenged (Ron Cowen in Nature, June 3)Big Bang blunder bursts the multiverse bubble (Paul Steinhardt in Nature, June 3)Gravitational-wave team admits findings could amount to dust (Ron Cowen in Nature, June 20)BICEP2 researchers publish nuanced account of stunning patterns in the microwave sky (PhysOrg)Cosmic inflation: Confidence lowered for Big Bang signal (Jonathan Amos in the BBC News)BICEP2 paper published—with big caveat (Adrian Cho in Science Magazine, June 19)Big Bang breakthrough team back-pedals on major result (New Scientist)Big Bang breakthrough team allows they may be wrong (PhysOrg)Grand Cosmological Claim Crumbles? (National Geographic)Believers in inflation are hastening to argue that their theory doesn’t depend on BICEP2 results. For instance, Andre Linde, father of “chaotic inflation,” was interviewed in New Scientist to make the case that inflation doesn’t need BICEPs to lift it. Back in March, however, Linde had been treated to a surprise party by members of BICEP2 who told him inflation had been confirmed. In late May, Linde with co-champions of inflation Alan Guth and Alexei Starobinsky received the Kavli Prize (gold medals and $1 million to share) for their theory of inflation, even though BICEP2’s findings “have now been called into question.” (The article did not say whether the judges had been influenced by the BICEP2 announcement in their decision.)The team’s only remaining hope is that data from the Planck telescope will constrain the sources of dust to a higher degree in a few months, allowing more solid inferences to be made.Back in 2/21/05, Guth explained that inflation was an “invention” and an evolving “framework” for interpreting data, not a discovery of science. It was concocted to explain away the flatness problem and the horizon problem (major issues in cosmology at the time, and still today). He basically swept these problems out the door with his preposterous proposal that the universe inflated by 26 orders of magnitude in a trillion trillion trillionth of a second after the big bang (2/21/09). With no testable physical mechanism for this one-time miracle, and no evidence supporting it, he championed the ultimate ad-hoc theory rescue device with the ultimate free lunch.Too bad, though, that his proposal had a serious flaw. Getting a universe to inflate such that matter and life could exist requires proposing even more improbable initial conditions than the original big bang it tried to explain (5/11/06), and those initial conditions were unfathomably improbable already.So for this, Guth (Grand Unified Theory Huckster) gets a gold medal and a million bucks. This is income inequality with finesse.
‘Rebel attack’ no cause for concern-PNP, AFP Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew MOST READ Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess LATEST STORIES Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Two-day strike in Bicol fails to cripple transport Catholic schools seek legislated pay hike, too PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd PLAY LIST 02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss View comments Ethel Booba twits Mocha over 2 toilets in one cubicle at SEA Games venue “The goal of the BVR national tour is to give our local players an opportunity to increase their competition level to the international level,” said BVR co-founder and tournament director Charo Soriano.Air Force’s Ranran Abdilla and Jesse Lopez, meanwhile, spearhead the country’s men’s campaign, which also includes collegiate standouts James Buytrago and Krung Arbasto, and Cebu’s Mike Abria and Jade Becaldo.“Teams have been training for this and we’ve been helping them through the BVR tours we’ve been holding,” said Soriano.The $10,000 Boracay Open, a one-star event, is the 24th men’s and 23rd women’s event for the 2018-19 FIVB World Tour. The Beach World Tour returns to the Philippines for the second time following a double-gender one-star event in Manila last year.ADVERTISEMENT Another athlete slams testosterone rules, refuses medication The host country has four women’s teams in the main draw with Sisi Rondina reuniting with Bernadeth Pons in the four-day tournament organized by the Beach Volleyball Republic.Other Filipina pairs competing are Dij Rodriguez and Bea Tan, Jackie Estoquia and DM Demontaño, and Fiola Ceballos and Patty Orendain.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsBarbon, who paired with Rondina in the Tigresses’ remarkable three-peat conquest in the UAAP, and Eslapor are among the seven women’s pairs vying for slots in Friday’s main draw. They will face Gerda Grudzinskaite and Karole Virbickaite of Lithuania in the afternoon session at 2 p.m.Before competing in the Beach World Tour, Barbon and Eslapon emerged victorious in the BVR on Tour Dumaguete Open last month. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. RISING stars Babylove Barbon and Gen Eslapor in action. BVR PHOTOMANILA, Philippines–– The Philippines’ Babylove Barbon and Gen Eslapor begin their campaign in the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour Boracay Open when it opens Thursday at White House Beach Station in Boracay.The young standouts from the highly-successful University of Santo Tomas beach volleyball program hope to make it to Friday’s main draw when the qualification matches start at 7:30 a.m.ADVERTISEMENT
West Ham to bid for Hoffenheim striker Andrej Kramaricby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWest Ham are planning to bring Andrej Kramaric back to England in January.The Croatia international, formerly of Leicester City, has shone for Hoffenheim over the last two seasons.Croatian media sources say West Ham are planning a January move for Kramaric.And further fueling the speculation is a developing rift between Kramaric and Hoffenheim coach Julian Nagelsmann.The striker is fuming after he was hooked during the weekend draw with Borussia Monchengladbach. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
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Find out more at whistlerfilmfestival.com.Variety remains the seminal voice of the entertainment industry for 112 years and counting. Featuring award-winning breaking news reporting, insightful award-season coverage, must-read feature spotlights and intelligent analysis of the industry’s most prominent players, Variety is the trusted source for the business of global entertainment. Read by a highly engaged audience of industry insiders, Variety’s multi-platform content coverage expands across digital, mobile, social, print and branded events and summits.In 2015 and 2016 Variety’s “Actors on Actors” on PBS was awarded the Emmy for best entertainment programming at the Television Academy’s 67th and 68th Los Angeles area Emmy Awards. “Actors on Actors,” an interview special that features pairings of prominent actors discussing their craft, was produced by PBS SoCal in partnership with Variety Media, LLC. Follow Variety on Facebook facebook.com/variety; Twitter, @variety; Instagram, @Variety The Variety Group – Variety, Variety.com, Variety Insight, Indiewire, LA 411, NY 411 – is owned by Variety Media, LLC, a division of Penske Media Corporation. Advertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Whistler, B.C. (November 7, 2018): The Whistler Film Festival (November 28 – December 2) is proud to host Variety’s 10 Screenwriters to Watch for the 7th consecutive year. This year’s honoured screenwriters will share their personal stories and challenges related to succeeding in today’s film industry at an afternoon conversation on December 1 as part of WFF’s Signature Series as well as receive their coveted award at WFF’s Awards Celebration on December 2.Hosted by Canadian broadcast veteran George Stroumboulopoulos, festival goers will join this prestigious class of film scribes as they discuss tips and tricks for navigating the film landscape in 2018. 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