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A potential January departure for Thorgan Hazard has allegedly been ruled out by Borussia Monchengladbach boss Dieter HeckingSince arriving Gladbach in 2014 from Chelsea, Hazard’s consistently good performances in Germany over the years has made him one of the most wanted players in Europe.The 25-year-old winger has recently been linked with moves Liverpool, Atletico Madrid and AS Roma.But BILD understands that Hecking has told the Gladbach director of sport Max Eberl and the board that Hazard will not be allowed to go anywhere in next month’s transfer window.The Belgium international has managed nine goals and six assists in 17 Bundesliga games this season and is contracted at Gladbach until June 2020.Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.However, the report did add that a summer return to Chelsea may be on the table for Hazard as the club have an option to buy him back.The Blues included a clause into his contract at Gladbach when they sold him and will have first refusal on him.Hazard had joined Chelsea back in the summer of 2012, along with his older brother Eden, from French side RC Lens.But Hazard never made an appearance for Chelsea and was immediately sent on loan to Belgian club SV Zulte Waregem for two seasons.Afterwards, he went on another loan spell to Gladbach before the German side decided to make him a permanent member of the squad in 2015.
Sasha Foo, October 18, 2018 Posted: October 18, 2018 Updated: 11:58 AM Sasha Foo 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN ONOFRE (KUSI) — A San Diego philanthropist is joining the battle to get millions of pounds of radioactive waste removed from the beach at San Onofre.Jennifer Moore is donating $300,000 to a group that is suing the San Onofre nuclear power plant.KUSI’s Sasha Foo has the story. Watchdog group gets $300,000 to fight San Onofre waste dump Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
Kathie Durbin, an author and award-winning journalist who had covered the Washington Legislature and the environment for The Columbian, died Friday in a Portland hospice facility.Durbin, who was 68, had been battling pancreatic cancer. She had been at Legacy Hopewell House Hospice since Monday. A Portland resident, Durbin was on The Columbian’s reporting staff from July 1999 until December 2011, when she retired.Her award-winning reporting included big regional stories like the removal of the Condit Dam on the White Salmon River and the wind-power boom in Klickitat County.Durbin also was honored for her coverage of more intimate and personal topics. They include the story of a woman whose son’s genetic disorder was so rare that it didn’t even have a name.The native of Eugene, Ore., graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in journalism. She spent almost 16 years as a reporter at The Oregonian in Portland, from 1978 to 1994.
Tool Announce European Tour As Fans Wait For Album Release The tour will launch June 2019 in Berlin, Germany. The band will tour until July 2 in cities including Vienna, Austria, Amsterdam, Madrid, Spain and Lisbon, Portugal. While an album release date has not been set, frontman Maynard James Kennan took to Twitter last month to update fans it’s a “Long way 2 go but much closer,” teasing a release sometime in 2019 with his hashtags.It is an understatement to say Tool fans are excitedly waiting for this album. It’s been 12 years since the band has dropped an album and their tour announcement is only adding to the growing anticipation. The band performed in San Bernardino, Calif., last year and has performed here and there, only bringing down hope that the tour announcement doesn’t necessarily mean the album will be ready before it. In June, producer and engineer Sylvia Massy took us back to the album that started it all. Massy helped capture Tool’s live energy in their debut, Undertow.”Tool was a fantastic live band, and my biggest challenge was to capture the live energy in a studio setting, so generally during the first recordings I was just letting them do their thing,” Massy told the Recording Academy. “However, on Undertow as we started pre-production in rehearsals, I could see them getting stuck with some songwriting challenges so I stepped in as a tie-breaker.”The album, released in 1993, was the introduction to Tool’s intensely good, hard rock and something not heard at the time.”That is why it endures to this day. And for me it was a milestone in my career. It was when people started knocking on my door, instead of the other way around,” Massy said. “It’s been 25 years since Tool’s Undertow was released, yet I still get messages from Tool fans about it. It made an impact on a lot of people.”Years later, fans can only wait for Tool’s next clue. A Perfect Circle’s Billy Howerdel On New Music, Touring Again & MoreRead more Tool Announce Europe Tour Dates tool-announce-european-tour-fans-wait-album-release Could the tour dates give us a clue as to when the GRAMMY-winning band’s fifth-studio album will drop?Jennifer VelezGRAMMYs Oct 24, 2018 – 2:46 pm GRAMMY-winning rock band Tool have announced European tour dates for summer 2019. The announcement comes as fans continue to wait for their much-anticipated fifth studio album. Could this be their next clue? Twitter News Facebook Email
Vijayawada: The women devotees on Tuesday brought the Holy Ashada Sare to present it to the Goddess Kanaka Durga atop Indrakeeladri on a grand note. The devotees performed traditional dance and played traditional music instruments while carrying the Sare. More than nine batches of devotees were given permission to offer Sare. Vedic pundits blessed all the women who offered Sare to the goddess with Vedic hymns.
Warangal: Warangal Urban District Collector Prashant Jeevan Patil on Thursday urged the people to help those youth undertake adventurous sports.He gave a cheque for Rs 22,000 to 20-year-old mountaineer Rasamalla Akhil of Kishanpura in Hanamkonda who was chosen to climb the 6,153-meter Stok Kangri, the highest mountain in the Stok Range of the Himalayas. The HDFC Bank released the funds under their corporate social responsibility. Akhil and another youth from Telangana are among 21 mountaineers who are scheduled to trek Stok Kangri from August 5 to 15. G Mallikarjuna of Nagarkurnool is also selected from Telangana. Patil asked Akhil to hoist the Kakatiya thoranam along with the national flag when he reaches the summit.
Meghan Markle and Prince HarryGetty ImagesMeghan Markle and Prince Harry may be making quite the drastic decision when it comes to their baby. And we have to say that the Royal Palace may not be too pleased.Apparently, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry don’t want their baby to be identified by as a royal, it has been revealed.Harry apparently has hinted that he does not want their child to be valued on its royal background. Prince Harry recently spoke to 12,000 students at London’s Wembley Arena and said: “You don’t judge someone based on how they look, where they’re from, or how they identify.” The Prince has struggled with his royal status since the death of his mother when he was just 12.Since then, he has prided himself on being “one of the guys”.While on tour in Afgahniation in 2013, he proudly told journalists: “I am one of the guys, I don’t get treated any differently.” Meghan MarkleGetty ImagesIngrid Seward editor of Majesty Magazine said: “I don’t think there’s been a member of the royal family that hasn’t said they want their children to have a normal upbringing.”Even the queen said she wanted her children to have as normal an upbringing as possible. But with the media attention, it’s actually not possible to have a totally normal upbringing.”Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are trying to carve their own path it seems but the Queen and the Royal Palace seem to be having none of it. It seems that the Queen is afraid that the Duchess of Sussex will overshadow the Royal Family. The Queen had to reportedly step in to settle the apparent feud between Kate Middleton and Megha Markle.
File Photo of Tofail AhmedAwami League advisory council member Tofail Ahmed MP has come down heavily on leaders of the National Unity Process-led by eminent jurist Kamal Hossain. “People don’t like those who somersaulted in politics and those who don’t have any principle,” said Tofail while addressing a discussion marking 72nd birthday of prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday.He said Kamal Hossain became AL MP contesting from Bangabandhu’s constituency. But he left the party and never won any election again, he added.Tofail, also commerce minister, said, “We will see they are (national unity leaders) talking differently after some days.” “How can you call it a national unity while Awami League-led 14-alliance is out of the process?” he asked.He also asserted that no one would be able to foil the national election as it will be held any time before 29 January 2019.AL general secretary Obaidul Quader said, “Communal forces have only one target and that is to remove Sheikh Hasina.”He also said AL would not declare any programme countering BNP.
Buying a gaming laptop is easier than it once was, but it’s still no simple task. It’s an expensive proposition with a number of different variables, each of which puts at least a hundred dollars on the line. And, of course, because you can’t swap out parts the way you can on a desktop, you really want to make sure you get your purchase right the first time.Buying a gaming laptop is a delicate balance between paying a huge premium for (semi) future-proof parts and getting a system that won’t be able to game at the top settings next year. Of course timing is important here as well, but with the recent release of Intel’s Haswell processors that’s largely taken care of, making this a good time to upgrade.Here are four of the best laptops for gaming that we could come up with…Alienware 18If you’re looking for a gaming laptop and you don’t want to bother doing any research, buying an Alienware is a safe bet. The company has been making some of the best laptops for gaming for years, and the 18 (not the M18x, that’s an older system) is the biggest and baddest Dell gaming laptop currently available.As the name implies, this machine houses an 18.4-inch display, but what it doesn’t tell you is that the panel is LED backlit and runs at 1920×1080, the same as a widescreen 24-inch monitor. The display is fully game ready, but an external display works too, as there are HDMI and mini DisplayPort connections available, plus ample GPU power to handle dual displays. How ample? We’re talking dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 765M graphic cards in SLI, on the base model. Of course the base model is $2100… Along with those graphics cards you’ll get 750GB of storage, 8GB RAM, and a Core i7-4700MQ processor. From there you can ramp up the system to well over $3000.Alienware 14As a great as the Alienware 18 is, the Alienware 14 is in many (OK, most) ways a more practical computer. With this system you can get an adequate gaming laptop for $1200, about 40% less than the 18’s starting price. Sure, the display isn’t as large, but you can spend $200 or so and get a get 24-inch monitor. Unplug the HDMI cord and you’ll be left with a computer that you can actually move around without any sort of forklift or tiny crane.The downside with the A14 is that you are restricted to a single video card, and the best video card is the base model on the A18, the GeForce 765M. That said, you can get a A14 with the 765M, 8GB RAM, 750GB storage, and all the Alienware frills for a not unreasonable $1349. That’s $750 under a A18 with a lot of the same components.The Alienware 14 is on the thick side and the battery life isn’t great, but it’s a good deal for a boutique system and it’s a handsome computer. The 2013 refresh is capable of handling all today’s top games.Razer BladeI’m including the Razer Blade, with a number of caveats. First of all, the MacBook Pro-like computer is super thin (0.66 inches) and quite attractive, but you’re paying for its sleek design. The Blade starts at a price $1800, which gets you a computer that is pretty close to that Alienware 14 we were just discussing. The entry-level Blade has a not-very-good 14-inch display (1600×900), an Intel Core i7-4702HQ processor, 128GB of SSD storage, 8GB RAM, and GTX 765M graphics. Yes, that’s our first standard SSD, a major point in the Razer’s favor.So, as you can see, it’s a lot like the specs of the A14, but it’s much thinner and better for mobile use. There are serious tradeoffs though — the Blade gets quite hot when you are gaming, the display isn’t as good as it should be, and the trackpad isn’t very good either. Overall, the Razer’s form-factor is quite nice but it’s not the most practical choice, even if you can’t help but put it on your wishlist.Note: The Razer Blade Pro isn’t a better model, it’s the 17-inch version of the Blade. It starts at $2299 and has no features that justify the price tag, at least when it comes to gaming.MSI GX70I’ve had mixed results with MSI’s laptops in the past, but PCMag highly recommends the GX70 and I’m confident enough with their testing that I’m going to go with it here, especially after consulting them. The MSI GX70 3Be-007US is a $1300, AMD-powered gaming laptop that ships with 8GB RAM, 750GB of storage, and AMD Radeon HD 8970M graphics. The AMD A-Series A10-5750M processor isn’t exactly Haswell, but it gets the job done and using it meant the system could ship with some nice perks, like a 17-inch 1920×1080 display (non-reflective), 7200RPM hard drive, and a Blu-ray drive. All the basics are there are as well — HDMI, mini DisplayPort, USB 3.0, LED keyboard lighting, and so on.The MSI GX70 isn’t customizable like the gaming laptops from Alienware, but it’s a good price and it’s available from reputable retailers like NewEgg and Amazon. The GX70 isn’t quite as flashy as the other models in this roundup, but it’s a solid machine with good hardware. Clearly, less money was invested in design and the exterior hardware, but if you need something in the middle of your gaming monitor, gaming mouse, and gaming keyboard, the GX70 could be a great fit.Another reasonable option in this category, though not one that offers as much bang-for-the-buck as the MSI, is the Digital Storms Veloce. This gaming laptop ships with top-notch parts like an Intel Haswell processor, GeForce GTX 765M graphics, and 1080p display. The battery life on this system is poor though, making it one of those old school gaming laptops that’s really meant to be a desktop replacement.Best laptops for gaming: The choice is yoursThere is an age old saying concerning gaming laptops: “No one ever got fired for buying Alienware.” OK, well, not exactly, but that’s basically the case. If you want spend the money and know you are getting the right system, without doing a ton of research or rolling the dice, you can’t beat the Alienware 18 and Alienware 14. The Blade is a very nice system, but it’s not nearly as practical. Finally, the MSI, and its competition from brands like Lenovo and CyberPowerPC, offers more bang-for-your-buck, but you’re losing out on brand name, curb appeal, and (in some cases) support. That said, any of these are solid systems that will play all of today’s games at a great framerate and have you ready for all the upcoming titles you are so excited about.
Here’s an intriguing exhibition for the art lovers in the Capital! Stupid Eye – created by artist Vipul Amar and psychologist Harsheen K Arora brings together two very different disciplines – psychology and photography. Stupid Eye depicts the process of photographing one’s True Self as a technique to delve deeper into human psyche and bring out the real you! Vipul Amar Studio of Photographic Arts and Psychologist Harsheen K Arora initiated this project where the concept of self-actualization is explored by focusing on one’s Real Vs the Ideal Self. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Stupid comes from its Latin origins, stupere, meaning: be amazed or stunned, with what your inner eye can make you see.As Jung (1978) stated that, ‘It requires no art to become stupid; the whole art lies in extracting wisdom from stupidity. Stupidity is the mother of the wise but cleverness never.’ The study is based on the premise, that with a better understanding of one’s true self, one is better equipped to realize one’s actual potential. Stupid Eye is a culmination of photography with psychological therapeutic techniques to enhance an individual’s insight into their self. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixOriginating from the Humanistic School of thought, Real Self stands for the way an individual actually is, whereas ideal self on the other hand is the person one wants to be…The idea behind Stupid Eye is to be able to bridge this gap between the two, and move toward self-actualization – the desire to become more and more what one is, to become everything that one is capable of becoming (Maslow, 2006). Through photography and psychology the aim was to o help each person look underneath and connect with their true self; to capture that true self as seen by them and that which emerges out of their therapy sessions into a photograph and to give them that picture of themselves – it being their own little mirror for life. Each member who registered became a part of the Stupid Eye family. It was the group at work! Every member was a wheel in the journey of every other member. In the first meeting a group was formed – where the discussion led to and revolved around every member’s Real Vs Ideal Self.This project began in June 2012 with the first meet-up of a group of people in Mumbai. A brilliant first meeting that was meant to be an hour but lasted six! led to the scope of this project becoming what it is today. Post the photo-shoots for Mumbai and Delhi with the members’ stories being captured beautifully in photographs and through videos made of the entire process reached completion. All the stories that were shared, shot and captured in time are now ready to be revealed to the world. WHERE: Triveni Kala Sangam WHEN: 29 April to 7 May, 11 am to 7 pm
The Capital is going to witness an evening of melodious renditions by Santoor maestro and music composer Abhay Rustam Sopori. India Habitat Centre in collaboration with Siet and Sakhsi presents this analytical santoor concert. The concert is a part of Sound of Music – an introduction to musical instruments of India which is a workshop on recognition, cognition and appreciation of instrumental music with eminent and world acclaimed musicians. The event will also feature a discussion about the Indian classical music and musical scenario with known musicologists Shubhra Mazumdar, Manjari Sinha, Ravindra Mishra and Pt. Vijay Shankar Mishra. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The show aims to create awareness and to bring back the charisma of Indian classical music among the educated, urban middle class youth, who know very little about the depths and intricacies of Indian classical music or the instruments used therein. Also it tries to provide the artistes a broader visibility and opportunity to be acclaimed by the many who have not had an easy opportunity to enjoy such arts. It tries to make the public aware of the eminence and skill of these artistes and also to ensure that no art lover can miss the opportunity to learn from the nuances of music from the best in the field.When: 30 June Where: Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre Timing: 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm
Chicago White Sox Second Baseman Yoan Moncada is ranked by many as one of the best young prospects in baseball. His 2-year old son looks poised to follow in his dad’s footsteps.A recent video showed the younger Moncada taking some cuts in a t-ball game. Moncadacito makes some solid contact and even though he isn’t really clear on the whole base running thing, he shows off a bat flip worthy of a walk-off in the ALCS.I can’t wait to see this kid’s first insultingly slow home run trot.Check out the super cute video:Yoan Moncada’s son is already a bat-flipping pro. #PlayBall (via robinsonmoncada24 on Instagram) pic.twitter.com/0LshvWVTX8— Play Ball (@PlayBall) February 17, 2017
News | July 01, 2008 Supercomputing Simulations Help Doctors Analyze Fragile Bones July 2, 2008 — Using a Blue Gene supercomputer, scientists of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH) and the IBM Zurich Research Laboratory demonstrated reportedly the most extensive simulation yet of real human bone structure. This development could lead to better clinical tools to improve the diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis. The early detection of osteoporosis is crucial in order to prevent its progress. This breakthrough simulation could enhance a clinician’s ability to better treat fractures and analyze and detect osteoporotic fragility, in order to take preventative measures before osteoporosis advances in patients, said the researchers. Osteoporosis is the most widespread bone disease worldwide, affecting 75 million people in the U.S., Europe and Japan alone, and causing health costs second only to those associated with cardiovascular diseases. Literally “porous bone,” this disease is characterized by loss of bone density, resulting in a high risk of fractures, and is a major cause of pain, disability and death in older persons. In many cases, osteoporosis is not diagnosed until a fracture has occurred, but by then the disease is already in an advanced stage, requiring implants or surgical plates to treat or prevent further fractures. Today, osteoporosis is diagnosed by measuring bone mass and density using specialized X-ray or computer tomography techniques. Studies have shown, however, that bone mass measurements are only a moderately accurate way to determine the strength of the bone because bones are not solid structures. Inside the compact outer shell, bones have a sponge-like center. This complex microstructure accounts for the bone’s capability to bear loads and therefore represents a better indicator of a bone’s true strength. Aiming for an accurate, powerful and fast method to automate the analysis of bone strength, scientists of the Departments of Mechanical and Process Engineering and Computer Science at ETH Zurich teamed up with supercomputing experts of IBM’s Zurich Research Laboratory. The method they developed combines density measurements with a large-scale mechanical analysis of the inner-bone microstructure. Using large-scale, massively parallel simulations, the researchers were able to obtain a dynamic “heat map”of strain, which changes with the load applied to the bone. This map shows the clinician exactly where and under what load a bone is likely to fracture. “Knowing when and where a bone is likely to fracture, a clinician can also detect osteoporotic damage more precisely and, by adjusting a surgical plate appropriately, can determine its optimal location,” said Costas Bekas, M.D., of IBM’s Computational Sciences team in Zurich. “This work is an excellent example of the dramatic potential that supercomputers can have for our everyday lives.”Utilizing the massively large-scale capabilities of the 8-rack Blue Gene /L supercomputer, the research team was able to conduct the first simulations on a 5 by 5 mm specimen of real bone. In just 20 minutes of computing time, the supercomputer simulation generated 90 Gigabytes of output data. “It is this combination of increased speed and size that will allow solving clinically relevant cases in acceptable time and unprecedented detail,” said professor Ralph Müller, the director of the Institute for Biomechanics at ETH Zürich.For more information: www.zurich.ibm.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享
The Sunshine Coast’s tourism economy has the potential to grow strongly if the proposed development of a new Sunshine Coast Airport runway is given the green light, says the region’s tourism body, Sunshine Coast Destination Ltd (SCDL).Sunshine Coast Regional Council is proposing to build a new 2450 metres long runway to ensure the Sunshine Coast can continue to service existing markets as well as developing new tourism opportunities.SCDL chief executive officer, Simon Ambrose, today asked for industry and public support for the proposed upgrades.“Tourism will be a key future driver of the region’s economic and employment growth, expansion of the airport’s capacity and facilities will have the potential to grow tourism significantly and, along with that, create more than 2200 jobs for the region,” Mr Ambrose said.Projected figures suggest that with the upgrades in infrastructure, the airport and Sunshine Coast can grow direct inbound arrivals from the current figure of 900,000 annually to two million annually by 2030.“Direct access is a vital competitive for our tourism sector, particularly for high-yielding conference groups and our events sector, however, airlines will increasingly be attracted by the prospect of being able to fly in larger, more cost-effective aircraft,” Mr Ambrose said.Sunshine Coast Destination assures that environmental aspects of the development had been fully reviewed in a bilateral assessment conducted on behalf of the State and Federal governments, and that review had determined that the council’s environmental impact statement had been adequately addressed.The public now have the opportunity to comment on the environmental impact statement, with submissions able to be made up till Thursday 13 November.Source = ETB News: Lewis Wiseman
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com/2ygx7UpQqb — BJP Gujarat (@BJP4Gujarat) November 14, ???? who is barred from re-election. could be shown the door.D. he left no heir and the search was on for a successorwhich is what caliph means The caliphate (or succession) is what he rules the governing body that claims dominion over all believers The competition for caliph would split the faith After Mohammed died some thought his favorite son-in-law Ali should serve A supporter of Ali was rendered as Shiaat Ali which became "Shia" Others said the caliph should be drawn from those who were especially close to the Prophet and followed his teachings and example or Sunnah They formed Islam’s Sunni tradition Shiites stopped selecting caliphs fairly early on but in the dominant Sunni tradition the office held ultimate religious and political authority The combined powers held together empires based wherever the Caliph chose: Baghdad Damascus or finally Istanbul from which Ottoman sultans governed an empire stretching across three continents for more than 500 years But the Ottoman Empire collapsed in World War I and its remaining land was divided up into the form preferred by the European victors: nation-states And as it happened perhaps the most emphatic nation-state in the world the Republic of Turkey emerged on its own in the Anatolian peninsula that had been the heart of the empire Its founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk viewed Islam as a rival to the power of the secular state and literally packed the last caliph out of town on the Orient ExpressAbdulmecid Efendi an urbane scholar who by some accounts was reading the essays of Montaigne when the police came for him He retired to Paris and Nice Decades passed and the West largely forgot that there ever was a caliphate But Muslims did not The Muslim Brotherhood was founded in Egypt in 1928 on the desire to re-establish it Other groups followed all of them radical in the sense that they sought to upend the world order by ending what one scholar called “the division of Muslim lands into measly pieces which call themselves nations" But many moderate Muslims like the idea as well Some cite the dysfunction of the Arab world as defined by colonial borders especially compared to Ottoman times Others note that Catholics have their pope “The concept of the caliphate is very much alive in the collective memory of society” a Turkish author Ali Bulac once told me “There is absolutely nothing to keep Muslim society together at the moment” Dignity or its loss plays a significant role Osama bin Laden called the attacks of 9/11 “a very small thing compared to this humiliation and contempt for more than 80 years” counting from the 1924 elimination of the caliphate And in its statement asserting a restored caliphate on the lands it holds between Syria and Iraq ISIS appealed to "generations that were drowning in oceans of disgrace being nursed on the milk of humiliation" Even before the caliphate was officially declared June 29 ISIS which uses social media masterfully promoted the Twitter hashtag #sykespicotover (Mark Sykes and Georges Picot being as Arabs know only too well the British and French officials who secretly divided up the Middle East in the waning days of WWI) ISIS supporters also gleefully posted videos of captured earth movers breaching the berm separating Syria and Iraq But the group is radical in more ways than one Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi the ISIS founder who now claims the mantle of the Prophet calls for a war on the 10 percent of the worlds Muslims who follow the Shia tradition His foundational screed calls for his soldiers to "greedily drink the blood" of non-believers “This is something that is characteristic of our time to reestablish an ideological empire” a Turkish scholar named Serif Mardin once told me a look of distaste crossing his face “A sweet caliph of ancient times is overwhelmed by this modern military idea I mean the caliph is supposed to be a nice guy" That is one thing the new self-declared caliph does not appear to be Contact us at editors@timecomWashington: US President Donald Trump has asked Harley-Davidson motorcycle company to stay "100 percent" in America warning that "we won’t forget" if it went ahead with its plan to shift some of its manufacturing base offshore in response to European Union’s retaliatory tariffs for US duties On Monday Harley-Davidson in its US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing had said that the new retaliatory tariffs by the European Union (an increase from six percent to 31 percent) will result in an incremental cost of approximately $ 2200 on an average motorcycle exported from the US to the 28-member trading bloc "Harley-Davidson should stay 100 percent in America with the people that got you your success" Trump tweeted File image of Donald Trump AP The Wisconsin-based manufacturer of iconic motorcycles has said it planned to move some manufacturing abroad in response to European Union tariffs retaliating for US duties "I’ve done so much for you and then this Other companies are coming back where they belong We won’t forget and neither will your customers or your now very HAPPY competitors (sic)" Trump said on Wednesday in an apparent reference to his effort to help the firm reduce its export duties in India from 100 to 50 percent "To address the substantial cost of this tariff burden long-term Harley-Davidson will be implementing a plan to shift production of motorcycles for EU destinations from the US to its international facilities to avoid the tariff burden" said the company without indicating the country it plans to move its production facilities to It said that shifting targeted production from the US to international facilities could take at least nine to 18 months to be fully completed Soon thereafter Trump who had batted for Harley-Davidson’s case against India over its high tariffs on the iconic motorcycles had criticised the company for its plan to shift some of its production units overseas Trump on Wednesday said he was surprised by such a decision by the motorcycle manufacturer He also cited his talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to get India to reduce the tariff on the bikes from 100 percent to 50 percent "Harley-Davidson said they wanted to do that (move some manufacturing base overseas) They announced it earlier this year Harley-Davidson is using that (tariff on steel and aluminum) as an excuse I don’t like that because I’ve been very good with Harley-Davidson" Trump said "I was the one that explained to Harley about 100 percent tax in India. and I got it down to a much lower number. which is I think 50 percent which is far too much but they were paying 100 percent Prime Minister Modi brought it down but it’s still way too much" Trump said to a question Outside the US Harley-Davidson has manufacturing facilities in India Brazil and Australia Representative Lamar Smith (R–TX) has drawn a lot of attention for publicly chastising the National Science Foundation (NSF) for funding research on say China’s milk supply or ancient Icelandic textiles But in criticizing government-funded research on seemingly obscure topics or in far-away countries Smith was simply joining a long line of politicians who over the years have claimed to be protecting US taxpayers by questioning how research agencies spend money But last week the chair of the science committee in the US House of Representatives may have crossed into uncharted territory with his new list of 13 “questionable” NSF grants The letter sent to NSF on 10 February means that Smith has now asked NSF for detailed information on more than 60 grants Most relate to climate environmental and social science but the new request appears to reflect a much more ambiguous filter: For the first time it contains several awards in the physical sciences including one that has led to patented software to detect whether a computer has been taken over by malicious software and another that explores a long-standing mathematical puzzle Scientists are scratching their heads and asking themselves how anyone could consider such research to be an example of wasteful government spending “I can’t figure out which bucket this fell into: silly obvious or low priority” says one university administrator whose institution is a recipient of one of the grants “Ah well we’ll soldier on” Detecting malware As chair of the science committee in the US House of Representatives which oversees NSF and several other federal research agencies Smith has spent the past 2 years demanding that NSF explain why it funded some research projects He and NSF have reached a temporary agreement that allows his staff to review all relevant materials in a secure room at NSF’s headquarters in northern Virginia with one caveat: The names of the reviewers have been deleted Smith has said the committee is simply doing due diligence on NSF’s system of merit review which relies on comments from thousands of volunteer experts to help it decide which proposals to fund NSF’s selection process is based on the project’s scientific merit and broader impacts a catchall phrase that can include the potential economic educational and societal implications of the research Smith and other legislators have taken issue with the foundation’s broad definition of that second criterion saying that it has led to research that they believe is of lesser importance and thus not in the national interest The debate is more than academic In December Congress passed a 2015 spending bill that required NSF to apply a small overall budget increase to only four of its six research directorates The social sciences and the geosciences were excluded presumably on the grounds that the research they support is less critical to the nation’s well-being The new list contains some additional examples of research that seems related to Smith’s past concerns such as studying atmospheric chemistry to improve climate change models But it also breaks new ground by covering work in seemingly less controversial disciplines including the growing threat from global cyberattacks One grant Smith has singled out for scrutiny for example went in 2010 to Daphne Yao an associate professor of computer science at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) in Blacksburg “Say it’s in the middle of the night and all of a sudden a computer starts sending e-mails and accessing data” says Yao describing her work on detecting malware or malicious software “If the keyboard has input and the mouse is moving then it’s probably OK [because the user is operating the computer] But it also might be because of malicious software” Detecting human input is only one piece of the puzzle Yao explains Her software also tracks what the computer is actually doing “If the malware is not making any external connections to its bot master or sending out attack messages it’s not a big problem” she says “So we focus on outbound traffic and how to contain it” Last year was a banner year for Yao: She received a patent for the malware detection system earned tenure at Virginia Tech and gave a talk at the prestigious Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing conference which attracts thousands of scientists from academia industry and government After her talk she was mobbed by women who wanted to apply her system to secure their workplaces “The user action seemed very appealing to females” she noted Richard Benson dean of engineering at Virginia Tech calls Yao “one of our emerging stars and one of the best faculty hires we have ever made” Yao’s work would also appear to be a poster child for what Smith has repeatedly described as the goal of his inquiries: making sure that NSF is funding “the highest priority research that is in the national interest” But Yao thinks that his metrics may be flawed “The way the House committee is treating the research” she says “it is really hindering national security” Ironically Yao also holds a grant from the US Army Research Office to model the behavior of computer programs “But it’s more traditional” she explains “It has nothing to do with user action” In contrast she says “the NSF award gave me a chance to take risks And cybersecurity requires a lot of out-of-the-box approach It’s an arms race in which you’re always trying to stay one step ahead of the attackers” Why was I singled out The committee’s investigation is also taking a toll on her morale Yao cites her 5-year $562000 award entitled “CAREER: Human-Behavior Driven Malware Detection” as an example “Because it comes from a panel of established experts in the community receiving the CAREER award really gave me this big boost in confidence” she says “It was a career-defining moment And then to have members of the committee with no technology background judge the value of the research based solely on its title is very disheartening” Smith declined to answer specific questions about how the latest grants were chosen Instead a committee aide provided ScienceInsider with a statement identical to one given last month to another reporter who had asked about a different set of targeted grants “The committee plans to eventually look at a broad cross-section of grants from all directorates and sub-directorates” the statement reads in part “Some grants for which the committee has requested information have previously attracted constituent Member or press questions Others have been selected because the subject matter seems interesting Still others are selected randomly to assure the cross-section alluded to above Reviewing the project jackets for some complex projects in the physical sciences will help the committee to understand the potential difficulty of composing non-technical summaries that convey a project’s underlying scientific merit and national interest” Scientists with a grant on the most recent list are struggling to figure out which category applies to their grant “Either they made a completely random decision or some of their staff made a decision based on superficial details which I don’t know (which is more or less random but in a different sense)” says Alexander Teplyaev a mathematician at the University of Connecticut (UConn) Storrs who in 2011 received a 3-year $355000 award from NSF “In any case I don’t see how I could cause this and see even less what I can do now” Teplyaev is trying to extend a basic tool of calculus the partial differential equation so that it can describe not only phenomena in ordinary continuous space but also in a space that is a fractal—essentially a lacework filled with an infinity of ever smaller holes He and colleagues deal mainly with abstract problems: They’ve calculated the behavior of a viscous fluid when the fluid is confined to a spongelike fractal But the mathematical methods they’re developing could have myriad real-world applications It may be hard for a layperson to understand his research Teplyaev admits But the benefits of investing in mathematical research are obvious he says: Just think about the economic and societal payoff from the ranking algorithm used by Google in its search engine “That work was started by Markov more than a century ago” he says referring to the Russian mathematician A A Markov “My own research continues the work of Markov Kolmogorov and others” UConn students have also figured out that math isn’t just an ivory-tower exercise Since 2000 the share of math majors within the college of arts and sciences has doubled Teplyaev points out and the number of students taking math courses has grown much faster than overall enrollment Almost half of his NSF grant goes to support research by undergraduate and graduate students he adds Smith has every right to question how NSF is spending tax dollars Teplyaev says And although he’s keeping an open mind on the committee’s latest inquiry Teplyaev says the bottom line is clear: “If they increase funding for research I’ll be glad If they cut our funding they 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