The Grove/Diamond Neighbourhood Democratic Council (NDC), for the first time, hosted an award ceremony to give recognition to students and schools in the catchment area for their exemplary performance at the recent National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA).The NGSA students and representatives of the Grove/Diamond NDC at Saturday’s prize-giving ceremonyThe ceremony was held on Saturday at the Diamond Community Centre and saw parents, residents and officials from the NDC gathered to recognise the efforts of those students.The event was organised by Councillor and Head of the Sports and Education Committee of the NDC, Chattergoon Jadoopat, who said that the initiative was taken to highlight the efforts of the students and schools who worked hard to secure a spot at the top schools in the country.He noted that the initiative also serves as an encouragement to the students to continue to strive for even greater accomplishments as they embark on their secondary education and beyond.At the event, seven schools from the NDC were recognised and the two top students of each of those schools were awarded prizes. Also receiving a prize was Stefani Rafeek, who also secured a spot in the country’s top 100.She also hails from the Grove/Diamond area. The Diamond/Grove NDC wished the students well in their future endeavours and also encouraged the schools and teachers to continue working towards success.
Another vape smoker nabbed in Lucena El Nido residents told to vacate beach homes Pagasa: Kammuri now a typhoon, may enter PAR by weekend LOOK: Jane De Leon meets fellow ‘Darna’ Marian Rivera Subtle Grand Slam boost for Beermen Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH 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 Games Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ JPV missed starters Camelo Tacusalme and top scorer Takumi Uesato due to injuries and coach Dan Padernal believes it proved to be a huge factor for the Marikina side.“It would have been a different story if Uesato played,” said Padernal.Meanwhile, Kaya FC Makati secured a crucial away win at the expense of 10-man Davao Aguilas, 5-1, at Davao Del Norte Sports Complex in Tagum City on Sunday.Joven Bedic bagged a brace for Kaya, while Alfred Osei, Eric Giganto and Kenshiro Daniels found the back of the net for Kaya, which climbed to fourth spot with 17 points.Bedic scored from close range in the 20th minute, but Nikola Grubjesic struck four minutes after the break for the equalizer.ADVERTISEMENT James Younghusband came off the bench to power FC Meralco, 2-1, on Saturday night and extend its lead at the top of the Philippines Football League at Rizal Memorial Stadium.Coming in for midfielder Simon Greatwich at the hour mark, Younghusband rose highest to glance home a throw-in from Tyler Matas for the winning goal in the 67th minute.ADVERTISEMENT The match tilted back to Kaya’s favor when Jason Cordova was sent off in the 55th minute for a nasty challenge on Marwin Angeles.Kaya quickly capitalized with Osei heading home off a corner three minutes later, before Bedic grabbed his second with another clinical finish.Daniels sealed the rout with a 35-yard free kick to the top corner as Kaya rolled to its most convincing win of the season.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next An own goal from defender Masaki Yanagawa in the 23rd minute put the Sparks in front, before a well-worked JPV counterattack finished off by Satoshi Otomo five minutes later made it 1-1.The dogfight continued well into the second half until Younghusband came in and provided the aerial threat that the Sparks needed to break the deadlock.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsMeralco limited JPV to a single chance late on when Takashi Odawara fired a volley off target from just outside the box.The result strengthened Meralco’s hold of top spot with 23 points, five ahead of JPV, which saw its five-match winning streak snapped by the same Meralco side that beat them, 1-0, last May 20.“Our bench was the difference,” said Meralco coach Aris Caslib. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Pagasa: Storm intensifies as it nears PAR LATEST STORIES China furious as Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong MOST READ Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ View comments
‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town Abil said Roque brought in fresh life to the team and the positive energy their jovial mentor easily spread to all the players.“He’s always talking to us always telling us positive things because before the negative things just overwhelmed us and we weren’t able to handle all that pressure,” said Abil, who was the 26th best scorer in Season 80 with a total of 97 points.“When sir Rod arrived it felt like we were finally able to breathe easily,” said Abil.ADVERTISEMENT Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting View comments PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH 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 UE Lady Red Warriors. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netMANILA, Philippines—As her final season approaches, the fun-loving Judith Abil looks to end her collegiate career with the University of the East in a more positive note than when she first arrived.Abil arrived at UE in Season 77 where her team wound up with 14 losses against zero wins.ADVERTISEMENT Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town LATEST STORIES Rafael Nadal breaks, beats Stefanos Tsitsipas for 5th Australian Open final The Lady Warriors also didn’t improve that much for the next three seasons winning just four games from 2016 to 2018 but Abil feels the Season 81 would be a lot different from her first four years.“There’s a feeling of excitement that I can’t explain and of course there’s a bit of sadness because this will be the last year that I’ll be with my teammates,” said Abil in Filipino after the team’s Wednesday practice at UE.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsOne of the reason’s for the team’s positive attitude is the presence of head coach Rod Roque, who is also UE’s athletic director.Roque replaced Francis Vicente for an interim basis after UE started Season 80 at 0-7 but eventually stayed with the team going into Season 81. Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants
If Wisconsin and Purdue drafted the blueprint for defeating the No. 1 Buckeyes, Kentucky didn’t follow it. The Buckeyes were riding a nearly flawless season into the NCAA Tournament, aside from two losses against teams propelled to victory by peak performances from their top players. OSU had the second-best start to a season in program history, with 24 straight wins, only behind the 1960–61 team’s 27, and it tied its second-best record for wins in a season, with 34. The team won both the regular-season and conference titles, earning the overall No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Then, No. 4 seed Kentucky stopped OSU in its tracks. When the Wildcats ended OSU’s national title run with a 62-60 victory on Friday, they used a collective effort on defense to prevent the Buckeyes from running away with the game, as OSU had in the second and third rounds. “Nobody talks about (Kentucky’s) defense,” OSU coach Thad Matta said, following his team’s loss to Kentucky on Friday. “And, you know, obviously they’re very effective defensively.” The Wildcats held OSU to a dismal 32.8 percent shooting, the team’s third-worst shooting performance of the season, next to its 32.2 percent shooting against Florida State on Nov. 30 and Northwestern on March 11. Despite having its worst shooting percentage of the season in those two contests, OSU still pulled off wins. “Some of the shots we missed are shots we have been making all year,” OSU guard Jon Diebler said Friday. “Tonight they weren’t going in.” Kentucky totaled 11 blocks against OSU, which is the most any team has achieved against the Buckeyes in a tournament game. Forward Josh Harrellson led Kentucky with 17 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks. Teammate DeAndre Liggins also swatted away three shots. “I think Harrellson is probably the most underrated player in college basketball,” Matta said. “He’s a tremendous player and knows his role and does it well.” The Wildcats’ defense held the Buckeyes to 38 fewer points than they totaled in their previous game against George Mason. It also allowed the Buckeyes to shoot just 37.5 percent from 3-point territory, down from 61.5 percent against the Patriots. “I thought they did a good job of challenging shots, obviously, with their length,” Diebler said. “We are going against length all year and those are shots that we make, and tonight they weren’t going in.” Coming off a 7-for-7 shooting performance from deep against George Mason, OSU’s David Lighty shot just 1-of-4 against Kentucky. “They flew at shooters,” Lighty said Friday. “I mean, they crowded the paint. They did a good job of that.” The Buckeyes also struggled to draw fouls against Kentucky in the second half. After drawing two fouls against each of five Wildcats in the first half, resulting in 12 points from free throws, OSU gained only four points from the charity stripe in the second half. “The tide turned in the second half,” Matta said. “They were doing a pretty good job of switching their matchups and getting guys in and out of the game that were in foul trouble.” Each of the Buckeyes’ regular-season losses, however, could be attributed to a standout performance from a single opposing player. In OSU’s first loss, Feb. 12 at Wisconsin, the Buckeyes blew a 15-point lead with 13 minutes to play, mostly because of a clutch performance by Badgers guard Jordan Taylor. In the game’s final 13 minutes, Taylor scored 21 points on 6-of-7 shooting, and assisted on four of his team’s other six field goals, thrusting the Badgers to a 71-67 win against the Buckeyes. Overall, he tallied a game-high 27 points on 8-for-13 shooting, including 5-of-8 from beyond the arc, and also made a game-high seven assists. E’Twaun Moore led Purdue to a 76-63 home victory against the Buckeyes on Feb. 20, scoring a career-high 38 points on 13-for-18 shooting, including 7-of-10 from deep. “Those were two, when you think about it, maybe two of the best performances in college basketball this year,” Matta said. “As my luck always has it, I get a first-row seat to watch it.” But, as Kentucky proved on Friday with its 45.8 percent shooting, a team doesn’t have to have one of the “best performances in college basketball” to defeat the No. 1 team.
Following the stunning 6-1 win over Panama, Jesse Lingard said he doesn’t see a single reason why wouldn’t England be able to win the World Cup.The Three Lions secured their place in the last 16 phase of the tournament as they thrashed Panama. Lingard, who scored the most beautiful one of the goals, praised the team spirit and voiced his opinion that anything is possible right now.“It is an amazing feeling, even better that we won,” Lingard told Sportsmole. “We are top of the table and can go into the Belgium game with confidence.”Crouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.“It is great to be around the lads, there is a great team spirit at the moment.”“Of course, with the squad we have got and the confidence flowing I don’t see why not! But we will take it game by game,” Lingard said when specifically asked if he thinks England could go all the way to the top.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, August 31, 2017 – Nassau – Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling, Governor General (first pew, left), headed the list of government officials attending the Sacred Service of Pastoral Installation for Rev. Sabrina Pinder on Tuesday, August 29, at St. Mark’s Native Baptist Church in Fox Hill.Dame Marguerite is accompanied in photo (centre) with the new Pastor of St. Mark’s Native Baptist Church, Rev. Sabrina Pinder, and Bishop Carrington Pinder, General Superintendent.(BIS Photos/Patrick Hanna)
Maureen Casey is the chief operating officer for the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University. She will join Sen. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.), Rep. Jimmy Panetta (D-Calif.) and others in a summit general session: “The Impact of the Military-Civilian Divide and Great Ideas to Bridge it,” Tues., June 11.We’re hearing more in the news lately about an increasing military-civilian divide. What is this divide?The military-civilian divide most commonly describes the disconnection service members, their families and veterans feel from the civilian population they serve and protect. It also represents a lack of understanding of the military by those who have never served in the armed forces. Generally it is characterized as an unintentional lack of empathy, shared life experiences and inability of the civilian population to identify with those who have served in the military. But it’s also about how these veterans return to communities after serving, how they reconnect to the civilian world.What’s the impact of this growing divide on our national security and ultimately society at large?The growing military-civilian divide, if not addressed, could have a profound impact on our national security. It could undermine the foundation on which our present-day military is built – the recruitment, development and sustainment of a professional, capable and superior all-volunteer force.The divide is further complicated by a decrease in the public’s understanding and connection to the military. Less than 1% of the population are in the military, compared with about 9% during World War II.The possible broader societal impacts of a growing military-civilian divide could be significantly damaging. Any decrease in personnel or reduction in mission would have a tangible impact on the state of the economy, and that holds true for most all communities that have a significant military presence.How can individuals and organizations engage toward bridging the military-civilian divide?Make a concerted effort to get involved and take action. Be one in your community or at your work place to lead in connecting with veterans, service members and their families. Most, if not all, installations have a community relations office. Get to know the people in that office. Invite them, service members and their families to community functions. It’s about building relationships, and the onus really lies with the community members to lead that effort.Part of a series highlighting the faces and ideas of the upcoming ADC 2019 Defense Communities National Summit in Washington, June 10-12 ADC AUTHOR
(a) A schematic view of the ALPHA trap. Penning trap electrodes are held at ~9 K, and have an inner diameter of 44.5 mm. A three-layer silicon vertex detector surrounds the magnets and the cryostat. A 1 T base field is provided by an external solenoid (not shown). An antiproton beam is introduced from the right, while positrons from an accumulator are brought in from the left. (b) The magnetic field strength in the y-z plane (z is along the trap axis, with z=0 at the centre of the magnetic trap). Green dashed lines in this and other figures depict the location of the inner walls of the electrodes. (c) The axial field profile, with an effective trap length of ~270 mm. (d) The field strength in the x-y plane. (e) The field strength profile along the x-axis. Image credit: ArXiv paper (see ref. below) (PhysOrg.com) — Seventeen minutes may not seem like much, but to physicists working on the Antihydrogen Laser Physics Apparatus (ALPHA) project at the CERN physics complex near Geneva, 1000 seconds is nearly four orders of magnitude better than has ever been achieved before in capturing and holding onto antimatter atoms. In a paper published in arXiv, a team of researchers studying the properties of antimatter, describe a process whereby they were able to confine antihydrogen atoms for just that long, paving the way for new experiments that could demonstrate properties of antimatter that until now, have been largely speculation. 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. The process works by cooling the antiprotons that when combined with positrons, are used to make the antihydrogen, which reduces the energy in the resulting antimatter and allows for more of it to be confined in a magnetic trap, and then held there in a cloud for a period of time.One of the big questions in physics is whether antihydrogen atoms occupy the same energy levels as hydrogen; others of course want to know how it reacts to gravity, as some have speculated that antihydrogen might actually fall up, or behave in other unexpected ways. The experiments going on at CERN might just answer both those questions, and more.The idea of the specialness of antimatter has become a fixture of modern science fiction books, magazines and especially television and movies, creating in the public mind an oftentimes distorted image of what harnessing antimatter might bring. Thus, any new advances such as those happening at CERN tend to incite headlines that invite even more speculation.At any rate, in the experiment, the researchers were able to trap 309 antihydrogen atoms, up from the previous best of just 38, which means the team is learning to both capture more of them and to hold on to them longer before collisions with various trace gasses causes them to be annihilated, or in some cases to become energized enough to escape the magnetic field. Up next for the ALPHA team are plans to cool a small bunch of antihydrogen atoms in such a way as to allow them to watch as it either rises or falls due to gravity, thus answering one of the more exciting questions regarding antimatter, in perhaps just the next few months. New technique for antihydrogen synthesis promises answers to mysteries of antimatter Explore further © 2010 PhysOrg.com More information: Confinement of antihydrogen for 1000 seconds, arXiv:1104.4982v1 [physics.atom-ph] arxiv.org/abs/1104.4982AbstractAtoms made of a particle and an antiparticle are unstable, usually surviving less than a microsecond. Antihydrogen, made entirely of antiparticles, is believed to be stable, and it is this longevity that holds the promise of precision studies of matter-antimatter symmetry. We have recently demonstrated trapping of antihydrogen atoms by releasing them after a confinement time of 172 ms. A critical question for future studies is: how long can anti-atoms be trapped? Here we report the observation of anti-atom confinement for 1000 s, extending our earlier results by nearly four orders of magnitude. Our calculations indicate that most of the trapped anti-atoms reach the ground state. Further, we report the first measurement of the energy distribution of trapped antihydrogen which, coupled with detailed comparisons with simulations, provides a key tool for the systematic investigation of trapping dynamics. These advances open up a range of experimental possibilities, including precision studies of CPT symmetry and cooling to temperatures where gravitational effects could become apparent.via Technology Review Citation: CERN scientists confine antihydrogen atoms for 1000 seconds (2011, May 4) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-05-cern-scientists-confine-antihydrogen-atoms.html
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wants to turn your home into a smart device The home automation system. testified during the trial that he found a large bottle of silicone and syringes in Garner’s home that were labeled "veterinary use only 510 [email protected] which took place in the early 1990sThe incidents "Young leaders like Hardik Patel and Tejashwi will uproot the communal forces from the country ab gai se darte hain stated that “It is clear that the organization knows one or two things about the unwarranted and genocidal killings” along the Sapele/Benin road in Delta State told Cosmopolitan that the decision to wear one is helping her sit through the speech a President whose rhetoric she deems divisive and offensive to women and minoritiesThe following story is excerpted from TIMEs special edition The Science of Sleep which is available at Amazon Anyone who has nodded off on the subway faked alertness in a meeting at work or skipped a workout because of drowsiness understands the consequences of insufficient sleep Aside from being unpleasant however it can result in weight gain depression and even decreased brain volume Scientists are also beginning to understand that our health doesnt rely only on the quantity of sleepa non-negotiable seven to eight hours by the waybut also quality So what to do Some of the proven tips for better sleep are obvious: dont drink coffee too late in the day; give yourself time to wind down before lights-out; keep stress out of the bedroom as much as possible But as our world adapts to new trends and technologies so must our sleep habits Research is yielding new insights and antidotes to the tossing and turning that make sleep less restorative than we need it to be 1 Stop using the snooze button Even when you get a solid eight hours dozing off for a few more minutes after the alarm can have the opposite of its intended effect Thats because you may slide into a new sleep cycle leading to the groggy sensation that researchers call sleep inertia This impairs things like alertness memory and reaction time and it creates the impression that you got a lot less rest than you did If you snooze because youre so tired you cant peel yourself out of bed something else is probably wrong Try setting a stricter bedtime and wake time and be sure to let more natural light into your bedroom in the morning to reset your circadian rhythm 2 Try to see the (day) light Speaking of which: a study in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine found that the brains of office workers whose desks were far from windows received fewer light/dark cuesand had out-of-whack circadian rhythms as a result Compared with their windowed colleagues they got 46 fewer minutes of sleep per night Though the study looked at a small group of participants its logic is in line with what scientists have long known about our sleep patterns 3 Shut down that tablet You may find that reading before bed helps you wind down but opt for a paperback over an iPad A study in Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences found "iPad readers had a delayed circadian rhythm indicated by melatonin levels of more than an hour" Further "participants who read from the iPad were less sleepy before bedtime but sleepier and less alert the following morning after eight hours of sleep" Do your best to avoid electronics that emit blue light (yup your phone counts) right before bed 4 Nix the nightcap Alcohol may make you feel drowsy but its bad for your sleep cycles Research published in Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research showed that the brain waves of those who drank before bed had more delta activity (associated with deep sleep) but also more alpha activity (associated with resting but not sleeping phases) The benefits of falling asleep quickly were counteracted by these disruptive alpha patterns which means its best to set aside the chardonnay earlier in the night MORE: Why Do I Always Wake Up at 3 AM? its unlikely well know for sure what it has planned until the Mac maker 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