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GoFundMe page set up for young girl involved in incident with an

first_imgIn a coma, Kimmel was flown from Fort St. John to Vancouver for emergency treatment.Currently, she is battling for her life, with the major concern being critical swelling of the brain.From Kelowna, her father is the sole provider of the family and currently remains at the hospital, unable to work as he is at her bedside.Since being set up on Saturday, July 6, the GoFundMe page has already raised over $10,000 of its $20,000 goal.If you wish to donate, a link to the page can be found here. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A GoFundMe page has been set up for a young girl that was involved in an incident with an ATV.According to the GoFundMe account, on June 29, 12-year-old Abby Kimmel received traumatic injuries in an accident after falling from and being trapped under a side by side ATV.Due to being trapped under the ATV, she was unable to breathe for a prolonged period of time.last_img read more

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Sri Lanka greets Donald Trump on his historic win

President Maithripala Sirisena today greeted US President elect Donald Trump on his historic win at the US Presidential elections.President Sirisena said the United States is the adopted home for a significant number of Sri Lankans and they serve as important agents to forge stronger people-to-people bonds, contributing in no small measure to the bilateral relationship between our two countries. He said the election showed the American public chose a businessman and not a politician as their new President as they wanted a change.Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa said Trump’s victory is a testament to the fact that love for one’s country is indeed what’s most important. “Your presidential election campaign was followed closely throughout the world because the issues you fought the election on resonated far beyond the borders of the USA. With your election as President of the United States, we look forward to a new world order based on the principles of the sovereign equality of all nations and non-interference in the internal affairs of nation states,” Rajapaksa said.Rajapaksa recalled the cooperation extended to Sri Lanka by the previous Republican administration especially in the spheres of diplomacy and intelligence which helped his Government to conclusively defeat the LTTE which in 2008 had been designated by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation as the deadliest terrorist organization in the world outranking even Al Qaeda. (Colombo Gazette) Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said that Sri Lanka hopes to further strengthen ties with the US following Trump’s win at the election. “Sri Lanka and the United States are bound by deeply rooted and longstanding democratic traditions and common values. Relations between our two countries have been strengthened since my election as President in January 2015 and the formation of a National Unity Government in Sri Lanka. My Government and I take pride that the bonds between our two countries have grown stronger, and I am confident that your election will help build on this existing close partnership to further expand our cooperation,” he said. read more

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DPR of Korea UN appeals for urgent new donations to feed millions

Warning that its emergency operation feeding 6.5 million particularly vulnerable people in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is severely under-funded, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today appealed urgently for new donations to carry it through until the end of the year. “This year’s food crisis in the North has been exceptionally severe owing to an acute lack of affordable local staples, not least because of record-high cereal prices in private markets,” WFP Executive Director James Morris said in Seoul, Republic of Korea (ROK), at the end of a two day visit. “One consequence is a sharp increase in the consumption of wild foods – grasses, brackens, acorns and seaweed – which the young and the old have great difficulty digesting,” he added. Shortfalls in donations again this year have obliged WFP to halt vital distributions to millions of the most needy, often for months at a time, in a country that has suffered years of hardship from floods, droughts and economic changes. WFP needs additional donations amounting to 140,000 tons to fully cover the rest of the year. At present, WFP is unable to provide rations of cereals, its staple commodity, to nearly one million people, for the most part the elderly and poor urban residents. Without fresh pledges, the number will rise 1.3 million in September, 2.9 million in October and 3.2 million in November, and include young children and pregnant and nursing women. Stocks of other, more nourishing foods are severely depleted. All 1.8 million nursery and kindergarten children, orphans and women of child-bearing age entitled to a daily WFP ration of pulses are now having to go without this crucial source of scarce protein. No fewer than 2.7 million children, women and elderly are being deprived of enriched vegetable oil, a key source of the fats essential for physical and mental growth. While praising the ROK’s recent pledges of bilateral assistance to the DPRK, including 350,000 tons of fertiliser and 500,000 tons of rice, Mr. Morris said food channeled through WFP is the best way to reach the most vulnerable. “The World Food Programme is by far the largest humanitarian agency in the DPRK, and over the past 10 years we have progressively refined our targeting and monitoring mechanisms there to ensure the aid donors provide goes to the hungriest of the hungry.” He noted that a new WFP monitoring system designed to better track the movement of food commodities from arrival to consumption, and allow greater access to distributions and more random access to beneficiaries, had been endorsed by the DPRK Government and is now being implemented. read more

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US food company recalls Fiesta Corn from Guyana other countries

The US company, Del Monte Foods has recalled over 60,000 cases of incompletely sterilised canned corn from eight countries in the region, according to a CMC report.The Caribbean countries affected by the recall of Del Monte “Fiesta Corn” are Guyana, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Haiti, Aruba, St Lucia and Suriname.The other countries are El Salvador, Uruguay and Panama.According to CMC, the company says the recall is specific to Del Monte “Fiesta Corn” only and not any of its other corn and other products. The company warns that that the product could cause life-threatening illness if consumed.The US Food and Drug Administration said the recall of 64,242 cases of the “Fiesta Corn” seasoned with red and green peppers were due to under-processing.It said the missed steps from the commercial sterilisation process could result in spoilage and possible contamination with life-threatening pathogens, if eaten, Del Monte warned, according to CMC.There have not been any reports of illness as a result of the products, the company added.It said a central concern with under-processing canned food is the potential growth of bacteria, including clostridium botulinum, which creates toxins that cause botulism poisoning, according to the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedUnder-processed Del Monte corn to be destroyed- GA-FDDDecember 15, 2018In “Business”Kraft Foods recall Mac & CheeseMarch 19, 2015In “Business”Baby formula maker issues global recall over salmonella fearsDecember 11, 2017In “World” read more

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LouloGounkoto mine success drives sustainable community benefits

first_imgThe Loulo-Gounkoto gold mining complex, the largest of its kind in Mali and one of the largest in Africa, continues to make strong headway in its drive to increase production and contain costs, Randgold Resources’ chief executive Mark Bristow said recently. Randgold owns 80% of the complex with the state of Mali holding the rest.Bristow told a media update briefing that the complex’s importance to the Malian economy was demonstrated by the fact that it currently accounts for some 8% of the country’s GDP. In addition to the substantial contribution it makes to the Malian treasury in the form of dividends, taxes and royalties, Loulo-Gounkoto’s continuing success has also enabled it to provide a wide range of life-changing benefits to local communities. This, he said, was in line with Randgold’s commitment to share the value it created with all its stakeholders, including the people of its host countries.One of the major achievements of this approach was the significant contribution Randgold was making to national skills growth in Mali through scholarship programs, hands-on training and career development. As a direct result of this effort, Loulo-Gounkoto is managed and operated by an almost entirely Malian team, with the country’s nationals accounting for 94% of the total workforce.In addition, the complex has set up community-led commissions to direct each of its strategic community investment sectors, including potable water provision, education, healthcare and food security. Investment projects are run by the community, with guidance from Loulo-Gounkoto’s management.Another initiative is the development of local agribusinesses. The relevant community development committees are being converted into cooperatives, which during the course of this month will be securing agricultural land selected by the communities and tested by Mali’s National Agricultural Institute. Construction of an agricultural training centre will also start this month and a number of pilot projects, which will serve as training units, have been identified.To boost the local economy generally, the complex will fund a microfinance provider to help finance small business initiatives, particularly those started by the women in the community.“As the two key stakeholders in this complex, the government of Mali and the management of Loulo-Gounkoto have a joint responsibility to ensure that it continues to generate substantial benefits for its communities and the country, not just for today but for future generations,” Bristow said.“One of the issues we still have to address together is the challenge of illegal mining, which impacts on Loulo-Gounkoto’s capacity to deliver these benefits and, even worse, is threatening the integrity of Mali’s vitally important national assets, damaging the environment and exploiting sectors of the community.”last_img read more

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Space Shuttle Discovery Search Yields More Fuel Tank Cracks

first_imgPoor, poor space shuttle Discovery. After 38 flights in over a quarter-century of operations, the shuttle is one mission away from retirement. It’s a mission that’s been plagued by one delay after another. The 11 day mission, which was initially planned to lift off on November 1st, has been continually pushed back, thanks to circuit board problems, weather, and fuel tank leaks.A search yesterday uncovered even more leaks in the ship’s fuel tanks–two of them, both measuring around nine inches a piece. “They were found one of the stringers, which are composite aluminum ribs located vertically on the tank’s intertank area,” NASA told the press.AdChoices广告NASA engineers are taking a look at the cracks. “Usually, technicians will remove the cracked aluminum and replace it with a ‘doubler,’ which is a twice-as-thick stringer section, before replacing the foam insulation,” according to PCMag.last_img read more

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ATT to offer Kindle 3G in stores on March 6th

first_imgAmazon must be happy it is getting another distributor for the Kindle. AT&T has announced it will start carrying Amazon’s e-reader in stores nationwide beginning Sunday, March 6. AT&T store visitors will have the ability to take the device on a test-drive before making a purchase.AT&T becomes the first wireless carrier to offer Kindle in-store across the U.S., but the relationship between Amazon and AT&T is not a new one. It is actually AT&T’s cellular network that provides wireless connectivity in the U.S. allowing owners access to the Kindle Store when not connected to a Wi-Fi network. The Kindle Store currently offers more than 810,000 books for readers to choose from including 107 of the 111 New York Times Best Sellers.The Kindle 3G offers users an improved Pearl E Ink display which is easier to read and allows for reading in direct sunlight. The e-reader comes with storage for up to 3,500 books and one month of battery life with the wireless off. Unlike plans offered by AT&T and Verizon Wireless for the iPad, there are no monthly recurring fees for connectivity. Consumers simply pay for the device which covers their 3G access to the AT&T network.AT&T plans to offer the Kindle 3G at the same price point as other distributors which is $189.99.Read more at AT&Tlast_img read more

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Kotsiras retires

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Minister Nicholas Kotsiras has announced his resignation from politics, after informing the Premier of Victoria he will not be recontesting the seat of Bulleen. Mr Kotsiras has decided to spend more time with his family, including raising and supporting his four grandchildren.“It’s been a great privilege to serve and represent the constituents in the electorate of Bulleen and I thank the people in my electorate for their support and confidence in me during the last 14 years that I have had the privilege to represent them in the Victorian parliament,” said Minister Kotsiras in a statement.*Read more about Minister Kotsiras’ career in this Saturday’s edition of Neos Kosmos.last_img read more

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Sol Campbell deserves a better job – Ince

first_imgPaul Ince is saddened that Sol Campbell is starting his managerial career at Macclesfield Town, and believes he deserves to manage at a higher level.It was officially announced on Tuesday that former Arsenal captain Sol Campbell has signed an 18-month contract to manage League Two club Macclesfield Town, and Ince is hoping he can impress at the club and move on to manage better clubs.“It is a shame because when you look at what he has done in his football career, he is a legend,” Ince told Sky Sports.“It is sad that someone like Sol has had to go to that level to get a job.Cascarino praises Campbell Manuel R. Medina – August 17, 2019 Sol Campbell left Macclesfield Town on Thursday, but the Arsenal legend believes he managed to do a great job at the club.“When you look at the black managers that we have had, most of them have been very successful. It is not that we can’t do the job but obviously, some owners think we can’t.“It is going to be a tough job for Sol but you have got to get in somewhere. Hopefully, he will do well and then move up the ladder.“The most nervous thing is having to inspire a team to get them out of trouble. I would advise him to take someone with him that knows the league.“The lads will be buzzing once they see Sol there. He has got a good football brain, who knows in years to come he might be managing Tottenham.”last_img read more

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Staff appointed to investigate ways to promote construction of low middleincome homes

first_img KUSI Newsroom April 18, 2018 Posted: April 18, 2018 Staff appointed to investigate ways to promote construction of low, middle-income homes KUSI Newsroom, SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — The Board of Supervisors voted Wednesday to direct staff to investigate ways to promote the construction of homes for low-and middle-income families in unincorporated San Diego County.They’ll focus on six areas where the county could make changes: streamlining the permitting process, correcting problematic laws and codes, rolling out incentives, updating community plans and modernizing land development codes.The chief administrative officer will report back to the supervisors within six months on actions county government can take in those areas.The move was met positively by representatives from the building industry, who said the process of planning, permitting and building new homes can be arduous and stymies the supply of affordable houses.“Everybody’s been talking about the housing crisis for months, if not years,” said Matthew Adams of the Building Industry Association of San Diego. “We all know the root causes, we all know the consequences … now it’s time to solve it.”Nearly half of people in San Diego County are what’s known as “housing-cost burdened,” which means they spend more than 30 percent of their income on rent or other housing costs.The median price of a home in San Diego County is $550,000. In unincorporated areas, where county government has direct control, that number rises to $585,000, according to county staff.A family earning the area’s median family income of $81,800 would need to set aside 30 percent of their income for five years in order to save for a $110,000 down payment while also paying rent at their current residence, which on average ranges between $1,800 and $2,200, according to county planner Tara Lieberman.The cost of housing in San Diego County and lack of affordable options has prompted many people to move to Riverside County, where the median home costs $354,600. One in five San Diego region workers live outside the county.While they save money on housing, they’re left with long commutes that contribute to road congestion and pollution, county staff said.Among the solutions county staff plan to explore are shortening the time it takes to build a house due to regulatory hurdles, increasing density bonus programs, updating some 15 community plans by 2030 and overhauling the land development codes, which were written in 1975.Unincorporated areas are home to 492,500 of the region’s 3.3 million people and account for the vast majority of land in San Diego County. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

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Hecks record A bill in 83 but no vote for income tax

first_imgRepublican state Rep. Jaime Herrera’s congressional campaign has accused Herrera’s Democratic opponent, Denny Heck, of “selective amnesia” for his Tuesday statement to The Columbian that he never supported an income tax while he served in the Legislature from 1977 until 1985. Heck denied — and his campaign continues to deny — voting for an income tax in response to a flood of TV ads and fliers funded by Republican Party organizations that declare he was a big spender and, among other things, “even fought for an income tax” during his legislative career.Herrera’s spokesman, Casey Bowman, said the record is clear. “The amnesia appears to have erased (Heck’s) memory of voting for taxing and spending increases that includes his support of a state income tax, a vote for the largest tax increase since Washington’s statehood, taxes on businesses, a gas tax, and others,” Bowman said in a statement.As evidence that Heck supported an income tax, he provided a clip from the Nov. 23, 1982, edition of the (Spokane) Spokesman-Review that quotes Heck saying that a citizen committee’s proposal to add personal and corporate income taxes to the state’s tax system “represents a highly responsible effort by a group of very civic-minded people” to reform the state tax code. Heck served on the bipartisan Washington Tax Advisory Council that year and cast a vote on the council to recommend the flat-rate tax.Heck told the Spokesman-Review he planned to sponsor legislation the following year to submit the proposed constitutional amendment to voters. He co-sponsored such a bill in the 1983 session, but it never emerged from committee in either the House or the Senate.last_img read more

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Teen attends dads funeral then plays in big game

first_imgCHEHALIS — A teen who says her father taught her how to play basketball attended his funeral and helped lead her Chehalis high school team to a prep girls’ basketball state championship — all in the same day.KING-TV reports that the funeral for 58-year-old James Spencer was at 11 a.m. Saturday in the southwest Washington town of Toledo. Tipoff for the state 2A girls’ championship was at 5 p.m. that day in Yakima, about 150 miles away.Julie Spencer feared she would have to miss the game, but Kenmore Air stepped in and flew the 17-year-old on a charter flight to Yakima after hearing about her dilemma.KING says she scored 20 points in the state victory for W.F. West and was named tournament MVP.She says she played probably the best game of her year and felt her father was watching her. And she adds, “I know he was praying for me.”last_img read more

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The Flash Returns with Even More Flash

first_img Those long weeks without The Flash are behind us. The CW’s best superhero show is back, and there have been some pretty big changes in the month since we last visited Central City. Barry and Iris are living together. Yay! But Barry’s having nightmares about Savitar killing Iris. Not yay. Barry, of course, doesn’t tell Iris what’s bothering him because, as much as we love him, he’s a bit of a dumbass when it comes to this stuff. She knows something is up, though, because how could she not? Unfortunately, every time they’re about to have a conversation about it, Barry gets called away to deal with a crisis.First, it’s a fire, which brings to light another welcome change. Wally is now officially Kid Flash. He’s trailing The Flash for now, learning the ropes before he goes out superheroing on his own. Not everyone is completely on board with having two Flashes though. Wally shows up at the police station to have lunch with his dad but overhears Detective Patterson complaining about how Kid Flash is ineffective.Wally’s inferiority complex isn’t helped by Barry forcing him to stay behind when a new villain named Plunder shows up. Even Joe, the most protective father in Central City, doesn’t understand why. Especially after Barry chews Wally out for saving his life during a confrontation with Plunder. Fortunately, this part of the story doesn’t last very long. Honestly, The Flash is at its worst when Barry is very obviously lying to his friends because he thinks he has to protect them.Grant Gustin as The Flash and Keiynan Lonsdale as Kid Flash. (Photo via The CW)We soon learn that he didn’t want Wally tagging along because he intended to let Plunder go. During Barry’s brief trip to the future, he saw a news report saying The Flash had defeated Plunder. He planned to let the villain escape in the hope of changing that future. He finally decides to admit all this to Iris, who convinces him to let the rest of the team in too. With that out of the way, the episode can move on to more interesting things. For example, trying to change the future.Barry and Cisco set up a device that lets both of them vibe into the future and report back to the present. By reading all the headlines on the newscast, they put together a list of things that happen in between now and Iris’s death. Then, it’s all about seeing if they can force one of them, namely the capture of Plunder, to turn out differently. If they can, the future can be changed, and Iris might not have to die. Barry takes Wally along with him this time and allows him to take down Plunder. The bad guy is brought in, and the future is now different. Plunder was defeated not by The Flash, but by Kid Flash.Things aren’t all happy, though. Another headline was that Killer Frost is still at large. Caitlin is already starting to lose control of her powers, and it appears she eventually will. The cuffs Cisco made to keep her powers under control are failing. She asks Julian for help, and he initially brushes her off. You know, because of the whole kidnapping thing. Still hasn’t gotten over that. Eventually, he reconsiders because he could use a friend or two. The rest of the team, after some debate, agrees to let him join. Malfoy is here to stay! He immediately proves to be a great addition to the team. He and Cisco design a necklace that will keep Caitlin’s powers in check. Not only is it better looking than the cuffs, but it’s also solar powered, so she never needs to worry about plugging in.Tom Felton as Julian Albert. (Photo via The CW)As the episode ends, a portal opens up in an alley somewhere in the city. A mysterious woman pops out. She appears to be from Earth-19, and she’s hunting down H.R. She is actually Gypsy, a metahuman who, in the comics, helps Vibe realize his full potential. She appears to be a villain on the show for now, but in the comics, she’s a member of the Justice League. We’ll get to see exactly which direction the Arrowverse takes her next week.The midseason premiere didn’t give us a great villain, or even exciting action scenes, but it was a decent episode for other reasons. The characters showed some real growth this week. Wally is settling into his role as Kid Flash and becoming more of a hero in his own right. Joe is now completely OK with his son fighting crime. Even H.R. learned something about not trying to force greatness. Most importantly, Barry finally, finally learned that he couldn’t keep shutting out his friends and family. Especially now that he and Iris are living together. Let’s hope that sticks. Stay on target Top Movies and TV Panels to Keep on Your Radar for SDCC 2019’The Flash’ Season 5 Finale Recap: 2 Big Bads and 1 Pre-Crisis last_img read more

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Computer generated math proof is largest ever at 200 terabytes

first_img © 2016 Phys.org The math problem has been named the boolean Pythagorean Triples problem and was first proposed back in the 1980’s by mathematician Ronald Graham. In looking at the Pythagorean formula: a2 + b2 = c2, he asked, was it possible to label each a non-negative integer, either blue or red, such that no set of integers a, b and c were all the same color. He offered a reward of $100 to anyone who could solve the problem.To solve this problem the researchers applied the Cube-and-Conquer paradigm, which is a hybrid of the SAT method for hard problems. It uses both look-ahead techniques and CDCL solvers. They also did some of the math on their own ahead of giving it over to the computer, by using several techniques to pare down the number of choices the supercomputer would have to check, down to just one trillion (from 102,300). Still the 800 processor supercomputer ran for two days to crunch its way through to a solution. After all its work, and spitting out the huge data file, the computer proof showed that yes, it was possible to color the integers in multiple allowable ways—but only up to 7,824—after that point, the answer became no.While technically, the team, along with their computer did create a proof for the problem, questions remain, the first of which is, is the proof really a proof if it does not answer why there is a cut-off point at 7,825, or even why the first stretch is possible? Strictly speaking, it is, the team used another computer program to verify the results, and the proof did give a definitive answer to the original question—which caused Graham to make good on his offer by handing over the $100 to the research team—but, nobody can read the proof (or other similar but smaller proofs also generated by computers but which are still too large for a human to read) which begs the philosophical question, does it really exist? Explore further This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Computer generated math proof is too large for humans to check More information: Solving and Verifying the boolean Pythagorean Triples problem via Cube-and-Conquer, arXiv:1605.00723 [cs.DM] arxiv.org/abs/1605.00723AbstractThe boolean Pythagorean Triples problem has been a longstanding open problem in Ramsey Theory: Can the set N = {1,2,…} of natural numbers be divided into two parts, such that no part contains a triple (a,b,c) with a2+b2=c2 ? A prize for the solution was offered by Ronald Graham over two decades ago. We solve this problem, proving in fact the impossibility, by using the Cube-and-Conquer paradigm, a hybrid SAT method for hard problems, employing both look-ahead and CDCL solvers. An important role is played by dedicated look-ahead heuristics, which indeed allowed to solve the problem on a cluster with 800 cores in about 2 days. Due to the general interest in this mathematical problem, our result requires a formal proof. Exploiting recent progress in unsatisfiability proofs of SAT solvers, we produced and verified a proof in the DRAT format, which is almost 200 terabytes in size. From this we extracted and made available a compressed certificate of 68 gigabytes, that allows anyone to reconstruct the DRAT proof for checking.via Nature Citation: Computer generated math proof is largest ever at 200 terabytes (2016, May 30) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2016-05-math-proof-largest-terabytes.html Credit: Victorgrigas/Wikideia/ CC BY-SA 3.0 , Nature Journal information: arXiv (Phys.org)—A trio of researchers has solved a single math problem by using a supercomputer to grind through over a trillion color combination possibilities, and in the process has generated the largest math proof ever—the text of it is 200 terabytes in size. In their paper uploaded to the preprint server arXiv, Marijn Heule with the University of Texas, Oliver Kullmann with Swansea University and Victor Marek with the University of Kentucky outline the math problem, the means by which a supercomputer was programmed to solve it, and the answer which the proof was asked to provide.last_img read more

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2015 in Hollywood, Calif. fraternities save universities millions of dollars in student housing.

And you’ve got to put your bodies upon the gears and upon the wheels.upon the levers upon all the apparatus and you’ve got to make it stop The visceral quality of that machine metaphor conjures the physical nature of conflict of vulnerability in such moments of all-out commitment It invokes our sense of Civil Rights activists "going limp" the lynched bodies hanging from the branches of American trees the bodies made to march under the weight of guns made to take aim at other bodies in the name of war And the relevance of those terms to the events happening only days ago in Baltimore makes me feel foolishoutright delusionalfor having once thought the many decades separating us in our 21st-century now from that awful then might keep usand not just those of us who are black but all of ussafe The beliefs we hold whether they are expressed or not live inside of language even private language Years ago when the news was filled with stories of Somali pirates holding passenger ships and international cargo ships hostage I wrote a poem called "Ransom" It began: When the freighters inch past in the distance The men load their small boats They motor out Buzzing like mosquitoes aimed at the iron Side of the blind ship as it creeps closer I wasnt an avid reader of stories that trucked in the romantic swashbuckling pirate clichés but I could sense that the particular anger incited by stories about the Somali pirates even in me was not remote from a racially charged subtext My poem though I didnt know it until after it was finished was an act of empathy an attempt to pull myself away from the facile nature of the prevailing narrativethe one about depraved African villains preying upon innocent westerners I shocked even myself when I found my way to these lines late in the poem: The white men scramble Some fight back When one is taken the whole world sits up To watch When the pirates fall the world Smiles to itself thanking goodness They Show the black faces and the dead black bodies On TV The explicit verbal acknowledgment of the complicated things race causes us to think and fear and feel is a necessary counterbalance to the race-based disregard (or worse) that so often infects our views of one another Sometimes it seems that the words we live with and by do little more than delineate a line separating a constantly shifting Us from Them solidifying the barrier between what we are comfortable claiming and what we can see but havent yet learned to name let alone admit When I caught the news of Marilyn Mosbys decision to bring charges against the six police officers involved in the death of Freddie Graymoments after my flight had landedI gave myself over to tears In Mosbys charges I heard someone saying no to Freddie Grays assailants no to the false terms that too often trick us into letting not just bad cops but ourselves too off of the hook Terms like "thug" like "suspicious activity" like "stand your ground" like "ghetto" Even the milder but no less dangerous statements ("playing the race card" "youre so articulate" "angry black woman") that give a toehold to a breezy glib self-satisfaction that allows us to get away too much of the time with telling ourselves that weve got one another all figured out When I am content to be an American it is because for the most part we have developed the capacity to live beside one another without much gawking and pointing or worseand because when we fail in this regard we sometimes find ways to talk about it But when I am truly humbled by Americawhen I find myself ecstatic with gratitude and hopeit is because someone has made the difficult choice to address the failure of our silence in language that complicates things rather than simplifying them that urges contemplation rather than pat summation that invites the listener to join in the difficult work of grappling with and admitting to the many nuanced and sometimes troubling layers of private feelings each of us houses It is because no matter what might be waiting to render the attempt futile someone has lent a set of hands and pair of able eyes to the task of teasing apart that troublesome knot Tracy K Smith is the author of the memoir Ordinary Light and the recipient of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize in poetry for Life on Mars She is a professor at Princeton University She wrote this for What It Means to Be American a national conversation hosted by the Smithsonian and Zocalo Public Square Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsDean Hamer finally feels vindicated More than 20 years ago in a study that triggered both scientific and cultural controversy the molecular biologist offered the first direct evidence of a “gay gene” by identifying a stretch on the X chromosome likely associated with homosexuality But several subsequent studies called his finding into question Now the largest independent replication effort so far looking at 409 pairs of gay brothers fingers the same region on the X “When you first find something out of the entire genome you’re always wondering if it was just by chance” says Hamer who asserts that new research “clarifies the matter absolutely” But not everyone finds the results convincing And the kind of DNA analysis used known as a genetic linkage study has largely been superseded by other techniques Due to the limitations of this approach the new work also fails to provide what behavioral geneticists really crave: specific genes that might underlie homosexuality Few scientists have ventured into this line of research When the genetics of being gay comes up at scientific meetings “sometimes even behavioral geneticists kind of wrinkle up their noses” says Kenneth Kendler a psychiatric geneticist at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond That’s partially because the science itself is so complex Studies comparing identical and fraternal twins suggest there is some heritable component to homosexuality but no one believes that a single gene or genes can make a person gay Any genetic predispositions probably interact with environmental factors that influence development of a sexual orientation Several genomic studies have suggested regions that might influence sexual orientation but they have relied on small numbers of participants and have been challenged repeatedly In 1993 Hamer then at the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda Maryland published the first of these studies suggesting that a specific stretch of the X chromosome called Xq28 holds a gene or genes that predispose a man to being gay The finding made some evolutionary sense An X-linked gene for homosexuality has long been proposed as a way to explain how the trait persists in the population even though gay men tend to have fewer offspring: The gene could increase fertility in females who would have two “chances” to inherit it Many researchers were skeptical that an analysis of only 38 pairs of gay brothers was reliable and several other groups failed to replicate the results “In my circles it was seen as ‘Oh another false-positive finding’ ” Kendler says “Findings in this general area of human behavioral genetics were at that time really plagued by concerns about replicability” The paper also ignited social debate: Some speculated that a genetic test for homosexuality would lead to more discrimination while others attacked the premise that being gay has a biological basis “For a long while if you Googled my name you would find right-wing religious webpages saying that I was a liar” says Hamer who formally retired from NIH in 2011 J Michael Bailey a psychologist at Northwestern University in Evanston Illinois wanted to put questions about Xq28 to rest “I thought that Dean did a fine but small study” he says “If I had to bet I would have bet against our being able to replicate it” In 2004 he began to recruit families with at least two gay male siblings for a genetic linkage analysis which searches for regions of DNA consistently shared between people with a common trait When Bailey and his colleagues analyzed the DNA of the 409 pairs of brothers they had recruited they were surprised to see linkages on both Xq28 and a region of chromosome 8 which Hamer had also previously suggested held genes related to sexuality The work published online today in Psychological Medicine took longer to come to light than many expected After more than 7 years chipping away at the analysis between other projects Bailey and psychiatrist Alan Sanders of NorthShore University HealthSystem Research Institute in Evanston who led the investigation began to discuss their findings at meetings But it would be nearly 2 more years to publication and Sanders acknowledges that at least one journal rejected the work In the meantime the genetic linkage technique has largely been replaced with genome-wide association (GWA) studies A linkage study identifies only broad regions containing dozens or even hundreds of genes whereas GWA studies often allow the association of a specific gene with a certain trait in the population That approach would be preferable but a linkage study was the only way to directly replicate Hamer’s work Sanders says Kendler who is an editor at Psychological Medicine says it was somewhat surprising to get the submission from Sanders and Bailey’s team using the older technique “Seeing linkage studies in this world of GWAs is rare” he says but he maintains that the study “really moves the field along” Neil Risch a geneticist at the University of California San Francisco disagrees The paper does little to clear up question about Xq28 he says Risch collaborated on a 1999 study that found no linkage at that region and says that more recent evidence casts further doubt He also says the two linkages reported in the new work are not statistically significant Sanders admits that although the strongest linkage he identified on chromosome 8 using an isolated genetic marker clears the threshold for significance the Xq28 linkage does not But he says both cases are bolstered by (also less-than-significant) data from neighboring markers which appear to be shared at higher rates between pairs of brothers “The convergence of the evidence pointed towards” Xq28 and chromosome 8 he asserts Bailey and Sanders may soon have more data to back their claim—or refute it They’re now working on a GWA study which includes genetic data from the just-published work plus DNA samples from more than 1000 additional gay men Based on the results published today “it looks promising for there being genes in both of these regions” Bailey says “but until somebody finds a gene we don’t know”At the university I called home my freshman year fraternity row was a tree-lined street full of Southern style mansions against a backdrop of the poor urban ghetto that surrounded the school Off-campus frat parties werent quite how I pictured spending my weekends at a new school I wasnt actually part of the Greek system but it became clear quickly that they were the center of the social structure They controlled the alcohol on campus and thus the social life So there I was week after week joining the throngs of half-naked women trekking to fraternity row We learned the rules to frat life quickly or at least we thought we did Never let your drink out of your sight Dont go upstairs where the bedrooms were housed without a girlfriend who could check in on you later If one of us was denied entry to a party because we werent deemed "hot" enough houses often ranked women on a scale of one to 10 with only “sixes” and up granted entry to a party we stuck together Maybe we went to the foam party next door In two years at the University of Southern California I heard plenty of stories of women being drugged at frat parties At least one woman I knew was date 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in Abia state, the unconditional mindset of not accepting restrictions on my life—of finding an adaptive way of thinking and finding ways to get me back into living. your bodys internal weight-control systems, told the Associated Press.” she said. I can’t blame NBC for not taking a chance on a show it probably did not have a place for. he took a puck in his left eye from a shot by a teammate. Marvel and Netflix’s latest collaboration, but I drive one every day and I love that it gets me places and makes life so much easier and faster and I don’t know what I would do without it. 2015 in Hollywood.

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