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Science news articles about ‘controversial claims’ bird Archaeopteryx knocked off its perch in controversial new study . but just another feathered dinosaur, claim scientistsArchaeopteryx, the famous icon of .

Scientists claim to have found language of Indus civilisation . the scholarly community, with some claiming the symbols form a primitive .

Controversial fusion figure diesLONDON, Aug. 8 (UPI) Martin Fleischmann, the chemist who with Stanley Pons made the controversial claim in 1989 of achieving “cold fusion,” has died in Britain, his son says.

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Global warming caused by CFCs, not carbon dioxide, researcher claims in controversial study . carbon dioxide, a researcher claims in a controversial new study. CFCs are .

Claims of Arctic methane disaster stir up controversyA scientific controversy erupted this week over claims that methane trapped beneath the .

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How Cells Handle Broken Chromosomes . by the cellular machinery, the broken chromosome is extensively scanned for homology .

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. One team was founded in the midst of the First World War, managed by a Canadian army officer and pilot and keeps strong bonds to the armed forces a century later.

The other plays in the shadow of the Pentagon, wears red, white and blue and counts many army, navy, air force and marine personnel among its fan base.

So when the NHL sought a match for the first outdoor game hosted by a military service academy, it asked the Maple Leafs and Washington Capitals to come aboard at Navy Marine Corps Stadium. The home of the Navy Midshipmen, it can hold about 34,000, with a regulation rink built this past week for Saturday night, weather permitting. service academies joining the Stadium Series, such as Army home at West Point with the nearby New York Rangers and the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, not far from the Avalanche base in Denver.

Saturday event has the drawing power of two playoff rivals from last year, as well as pitting Alex Ovechkin against the young Leafs (minus the injured Auston Matthews).

here know the Leafs by now, said Caps broadcaster Craig Laughlin, who played for both Washington and Toronto. are some neat sidebars such as William Nylander playing his youth hockey here (when father Michael was in Washington).

A Rhode Islander who grew up a fan of Bobby Orr and the Bruins, Carter played at a young age and used the call sign Slapshot while attending the Navy Fighter Weapons School, or Top Gun. As an instructor there in the 1980s, he can speak to the authenticity of Tom Cruise and the cast of the eponymous movie.

Carter made a record 2,016 landings on 19 different aircraft carriers, but nicknaming him in homage to the oddball hockey flick made more sense to his teammates on the Navy club. Carter actually had a horrible slapper and was threatened with a benching if he ever used it. Because he was nefarious in the corners, Slapshot stuck instead. very fortunate to have been blessed to be in navy jets all my life and be connected to this great sport. He still playing once a week at age 58.

At ice level, Navy Marine Corps Stadium will be decked out like a carrier, complete with a model fighter jet. About 500 Midshipmen in dress whites will be at the railing as an honour guard and 5,000 of their number will be in the crowd. Armed Forces Network.

a fantastic place for a game, Laughlin said. at all like some of the big stadiums they used outdoors, really not much bigger than the setting in the United Center in Chicago.

lived in the Annapolis area since 1982 and it like a small town. Fans there and in Washington are juiced for this game.

really can get away from the sense the military plays a big role in Washington when you at a game. It the hub of world power and there has always been a great relationship with the hockey team. The RCN Aye, Ready motto is stitched on the neck with the existing Pride, Courage a favourite of team patriarch Conn Smythe.

The Leafs will take the field first on Saturday, led by the 2nd Canadian Mechanized Bridge Group Pipes and Drums. O Canada will be performed by Petty Officer 2nd Class Brad Davidge, and the brass from the Stadacona Band of the RCN.

Shot down in the First World War and imprisoned by the Germans, Smythe formed an artillery battery of Maple Leaf Gardens workers and local sportsmen in the second conflict. They saw heavy action in France after D Day and Smythe was wounded by shrapnel during an air assault on his ammunition trucks.

Many Toronto area hockey players were killed in both wars. Red Tilson, a promising young Leaf traded to the Rangers just before shipping out, served 16 months and died during the final push through Holland and Germany. Dudley (Red) Garrett, Leafs property, was killed during convoy escort duty off Newfoundland. Both have Ontario Hockey League Trophys in their honour.

Future Leaf Howie Meeker was wounded in an army training accident in England and Johnny Bower would have been in the disastrous Dieppe raid if he not been felled by a leg injury. After farmhand Jack Fox was killed, Smythe made it his business to find his grave after the war.

The late Leafs coach and player, Pat Quinn, was always using military history analogies, some taken from his father John, who served in the Battle of the Atlantic on destroyer escorts.

can be so self absorbed that we don think of what our people gave up years ago, Quinn told the Toronto Sun in a 1998 interview. we make the same decision to go and fight as they did?

today, you could meet an older guy who says, could made the NHL if I stayed home. You might think, sure, but so many really made that sacrifice. PRACTICES SCRUBBED DUE TO WIND

The weather forecast from the crow nest at Navy Marine Corps Stadium calls for rough seas leading to Saturday outdoor game.

Instead of the two teams testing the ice which the NHL has created on the past week or so, they will practice in respective indoor arenas, the Leafs at the Navy college team rink while Caps stay at their regular base in Virginia.
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The Kobzar Society, Ltd., founded by Mr. and Mrs. Orest J. Hanas of Lehighton, PA, is a non profit corporation established to improve the knowledge and access to knowledge of Ukrainian students. The Society is collecting used computers for shipment to selected universities, secondary schools, and libraries in Ukraine. The Society also raises the funds necessary to refurbish the computers and ship them to Ukraine. One hundred computers have already been acquired and are being readied for transport. The theme of the Kobzar Society is “Connect the People, Empower A Nation”. Box 37, Lehighton, PA 18235. The topic of this year’s conference was “Ukraine: Integrating Into The Global Community.” It was attended by an array of representatives from both the United States and Ukrainian governments, and included respected scholars as well as other qualified individuals with interests in Ukraine.

Keynote speaker Oleksii Berezhnyi stated in his address that there were five key areas where Ukraine is working with the United States to bring about economic progress or to resolve outstanding issues. Those were: (1) the normalization of trade relations with the United States and to achieve most favored nation status, (2) support from the United States in working with the international financial institutions,
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(3) support from the United States in Ukraine’s efforts to join the World Trade Organization, (4) financial support for the commitment Ukraine has made to close down Chernobyl, and (5) work to resolve intellectual property rights issues.

Dr. Oleh Havrylyshyn said he was speaking for himself and was presenting his own ideas at the conference not those of the IMF. Dr. Havrylyshyn feels that Ukraine should move along the path of integrating with Europe and continue the quest to be a member of the European Union (EU). “This strategy will provide Ukraine with (1) a solid anchor from which to make the internal changes necessary to harmonize with Europe, (2) will bring about additional international investment in Ukraine in advance of any actual membership in the EU, (3) could be the critical strategy necessary for balancing Ukraine’s position between the East and the West, and (4) would provide the anchor from which to develop a secure nation state.” Dr Havrylyshyn said. He continued by saying Ukraine should seriously consider the concept that the best road from Kyiv to Moscow goes through Brussels. Government has in relation to Ukraine. The Ambassador talked about the movement toward integration with Europe, the issue of an open, transparent society, the building of a market driven economic system, the problems faced by the press in Ukraine, the issue of corruption, monopolies and other issues related to building a stronger civil society in Ukraine.
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Fraser and StarPhoenix reporter Alex MacPherson round up everything happening on the campaign trail as candidates compete to be the next leader of the Saskatchewan Party and the Saskatchewan NDP.

The Saskatchewan Party annual convention this weekend was expected to produce a clearer picture of a frontrunner, or frontrunners, in the race to replace outgoing Premier Brad Wall.

Alanna Koch and Scott Moe may have generated the loudest and longest cheers from the 800 strong crowd at TCU Place in Saskatoon, but all five candidates delivered their strongest performances since the race began.

There were a few stumbles in the long debate, but Koch, Moe, Tina Beaudry Mellor, Ken Cheveldayoff all demonstrated great improvement during the main event and in with reporters afterward.

Hard information will be available later this month when the candidates are obliged to disclose their first batch of campaign donors. Until that happens, however, divining a frontrunner is a matter of speculation.

After the convention, the consensus seems to be that Cheveldayoff has the strongest campaign machinery, Moe the deepest caucus support and Wyant the most complete policy platform.

Koch, who entered the race as a virtual unknown to anyone not familiar with the inner workings of government, has long been thought to be a serious contender but remains something of a wild card.

Beaudry Mellor, who unlike the others did not pay for a hospitality suite for party members this weekend, was among the sharpest in the debate but told reporters her campaign was comparatively under resourced.

That was evident as the candidates met with reporters after the debate. While Koch camp and Moe camp both have staffers to listen in on the other candidates scrums, Beaudry Mellor was left to record her own interview a common practice to avoid being misquoted.

In politics, money matters. Beaudry Mellor admission is a clear suggestion that she is struggling to generate the kind of support enjoyed by her competitors she herself suggested it more a symptom of recruiting new party members than courting deep pocketed cardholders.

This weekend debate followed a heartfelt tribute to Premier Brad Wall which featured a touching speech from his friend and top Sask. Party political strategist Reg Downs but the candidates for the first time seemed to look beyond the race.

That manifested as a frank discussion about the challenge of winning urban ridings which is emerging as a serious problem for the party after two by election losses in Saskatoon, seats that the Sask. Party won in the last couple of elections.

Wyant provided the sharpest views on the issue, noting that the NDP only needs to win 19 seats in 2020 and that the party should not take its recent dominance as a given. He suggested the party has too far, and proposed moving it back to the political centre.

Cheveldayoff and Beaudry Mellor who hold urban seats also admitted that the problem could become a big one, but it remains unclear what the party can and should do about closing what appears to be a widening gap between rural and urban voters in the province.

Coming back to policy, the powerful Saskatchewan Teachers Federation has encouraged its members to get involved in both parties leadership races, with the aim of ensuring understand the importance of properly funding public education. three of the five Sask. Party candidates and both Saskatchewan NDP candidates have committed to answering a series of questions about education. According to the STF, Moe camp didn respond and Koch turned down the request.

Keeping to education, Ryan Meili this week rolled out an ambitious platform for improving post secondary education that included a rollback of the Sask. Party graduate retention program (he says he use the $40 million to lower tuition) and restored funding for universities.

Trent Wotherspoon, meanwhile, had a quiet week as the Opposition mulls the results of its first leadership debate, held last weekend at the party convention in Regina.
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“We take a look at it from time to time but that something that we not considering at this time,” said Christine Way, spokeswoman for the ministry of transportation. “It Alberta Transportation position that increasing speed limits does not solve the problem of speeding. It in fact makes it worse.”

The rationale to change the speed was based on an argument that differences in speed of vehicles on the same road not the speed itself is the main cause of serious collisions.

According to the experts in Alberta, however, upping the limit doesn help.

“You always going to have major roads with vehicles of different speeds. You going to have motor homes and Corvettes,” said Dr. Don Voaklander, injury prevention specialist and director of the Alberta Centre for Injury Control and Research at the University of Alberta.

Voaklander said the theory works on large highways like Germany Autobahn but on busy highways like Alberta QEII, the higher the speed, the more road deaths that occur.

Speed isn the only culprit; drivers are also to blame.

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“They felt that they basically had a right to speed,” he said.

Road deaths have statistically decreased in the past 20 years, but an increase in speed limit could change that.

Voaklander said if you raise a road speed from 110 km/h to 120 km/h a 9 per cent increase you can count on a three per cent to four per cent increase in serious injury or death for each percent increase in speed. So if there are 100 deaths now, that number could jump by more than 20.

On a road like Alberta Highway 63 referred to by some as the “highway of death” that change may be around the corner. The highway was 20 per cent twinned as of March and is expected to be completely twinned by 2016, making it eligible for a speed limit of 110 km/h, up from the current 100 km/h.

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When Carluccio’s burnt down in Bicester Village last year, the shopping fraternity mourned its loss. Where else could we go to refill and replenish, shopping bags splayed around our feet as we ate pasta and meatballs or sipped strong cups of coffee with an almond croissant thrown in for good measure?

We all assumed therefore, that the Italian Gods would simply refurb and reopen its signature blue and white doors once more to an increasingly appreciative audience.

While the building work went on, Soho Farmshop opened at the other end in place of the wonderful Thai Busaba (sister to Great Tew’s Farmhouse), offering lovely brunches and meals in a stripped back, American ranch style restaurant.

And yes I know that most locals have been priced out of the Bicester Village market and you need a million pounds and a stretch limo to even get a parking space there, but some of us still pop in for a present or a little scoot around Clarks is still there for school, teens love Jack Wills and Superdry, and there are always shoes to try on.

Startling me out of my comfort zone however came the news that Carluccio’s was never going to return, burnt to a crisp no doubt, beyond redemption, and that Le Pain Quotidien, who owns a big chain of bakery led cafes in New York and London was taking over the prime pitch instead. Mamma mia!

Of course I was there to try it our before you can say baguette, although baguettes are of course so old hat these days. Instead sour dough and rye bread have replaced my favourite French staple.

I still thought it a slightly peculiar choice considering Soho Farmshop is doing a rather similar thing, and Villandry is already a French based brasserie. I had hoped for something totally different.

But perhaps I had got it all wrong so pitched up for lunch with friends to give Le Pain Quotidien (daily bread) a go. And no I didn’t come home with two pairs of LK Bennett shoes, as yet unworn, which are still hiding in my cupboard, hidden from Mr Greedy’s prying eyes.

Beautifully decorated and perfectly nice, Le Pain still unnerved me, being a strange hybrid, that for me didn’t quite work. Neither brasserie nor caf, it’s trying too hard to be all things to all people, to cater for everyone at all times of the day, serving pies and salads and bread and cheese and cake and eggs, all at once so that the menu is bewildering and you’re not sure which way to turn.

What I mean is that a restaurant should know what it is from the start and guide you. It if doesn’t, it’s customers won’t know either.

So we tried a bit of this and that, avocado on toast (toe curlingly trendy at the moment, and not very French as far as I know, but on bread I suppose). Then a nice croque monsieur, a strange mix of breads on a board, a steak and ale pie with all the trimmings and gravy, a salad nicoise which was a bit earnest I was expecting some more exciting ingredients. And it was undressed worse than the Pope without his robe, and much less tasty. I had to ask for some and they brought me vinegar and olive oil. “Zut alore!”. Even I can rustle up a vinaigrette in a couple of minutes.

The tapas style board which came with an unexceptional variety of meats, not unlike that you’d get in a supermarket selection pack, arrived with slices of browning apple on it. The strawberry tart was better but the weird tapioca thing (organic chia seed coconut milk pudding in chocolate or vanilla) was like eating frogspawn, however fashionable it is.

It wasn’t cheap either. I know that if you’re spending 3,000 on a handbag, paying through the nose for what is essentially a pit stop might not even turn an immaculately coiffed ahir , but for us mere mortals it caused some sucking of teeth.

In short, while beforehand I would have met up with friends at Carluccio’s specifically and maybe done a bit of shopping if there was time, now I’ll eat at home because sadly Le Pain is more like a posh service station than somewhere I want to spend my time dining. However with such a captive and transient clientele to cater for, I’m sure it will do fine either way.
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MISE JOUR 11h04 Le chef du Parti Qu et la d de Taschereau se sont exprim Ils ne se satisfont pas des excuses de Luc Lavoie et exige que TVA prenne action. Le diffuseur de son c consid que les propos de Luc Lavoie inacceptables et rappelle qu’il s’en est excus L’histoire demeure donc suivre pour aujourd’hui.

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