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BENCH WARRANT HUGS RAIL AND WINS $58,000 SANTA ANITA ALLOWANCE BY A NOSE UNDER BAZE; SADLER TRAINEE TRANSITIONS FROM 1 1/16 MILES GRADE I LOS AL FUTURITY TO WIN DOWN HILLSIDE TURF

first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 15, 2015)–Bench Warrant took a steep drop in class, tried turf for the first time and cut back in distance to take Thursday’s $58,000 Santa Anita allowance feature by a nose under Tyler Baze, negotiating 6 ½ furlongs down the track’s hillside turf course in 1:13.19.Fourth to highly regarded Kentucky Derby prospect Dortmund in the Grade I, 1 1/16 miles Los Alamitos Futurity on Dec. 20, the John Sadler-conditioned Bench Warrant hugged the rail throughout and was just up to nip Jazzy Josh and Victor Espinoza on the wire. The second choice in a field of eight 3-year-olds at 2-1, Bench Warrant paid $6.20, $3.80 and $2.80.A close fifth crossing the dirt at the top of the lane behind fractions of 21.50, 44.39 and 1:07.31, Bench Warrant, a Kentucky-bred colt by Street Boss, got his second win from four starts and with the winner’s share of $34,800, he increased his earnings to $116,760. Bench Warrant is owned by Doubledown Stables, Inc.“I know how good he is now,” said Baze. “I can’t wait, he’s still learning. He did get a little intimidated today. Victor was about three off the rail and then he came down and didn’t leave a whole lot of room for us. He’s a nice horse with a will to win. He handled the turf great, very push button. He’s on fire when I ask him.” (The temporary inner rail was set at 24 feet).Breaking from the rail, Jazzy Josh showed good speed and just lost in a head-bob on the wire. Off at 9-2, he paid $5.20 and $3.60.It was a length and a half back to Diamond Majesty, who rallied late for the show under Flavien Prat. Off at 7-1, Diamond Majesty paid $4.00 to show.First post time on Friday is at 1 p.m. Admission gates open at 11 a.m.last_img read more

Theory of Early Oxygenation Undermined

first_img(Visited 21 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 Fossils living in and around newly-discovered methane seeps have cast strong doubt on a leading theory of earth’s climate history.For a long time, evolutionary geologists have inferred the oxygen levels of ancient oceans by the fossils of marine organisms, particularly foraminifera (forams for short).  That inference fed into theories of how life was evolving and how earth’s climate was changing.  Now, studies of living forams in and around the seeps shows that forams live both close to the seeps and away from them.The seeps were discovered to scientists’ surprise last summer (see 8/25/14).  PhysOrg reports that the new fossil work by Indiana State was serendipitous, surprising, and monumental.  Finding forams has been an index of oxygen levels in the past – so it was thought.So, finding this species in abundance in both seep and non-seep environments where oxygen is limited was unexpected. Based on their research, Rathburn and Burkett speculate that it’s not the abundance of oxygen that determines where these creatures are located. It may simply be that they’re present where there are hard surfaces on the sea floor for them to live on.The finding threatens to undo models of past climate change.Burkett presented her surprise findings this past October to the scientific community at a meeting of the Geologic Society of America in Vancouver, Canada. The response was positive.“At this meeting, we shocked people with our results,” Rathburn said. “(Our research) will shake up our ideas about how to use these creatures in the interpretation of the environments of the past.“A lot was built on this index: past climate and evolutionary transitions.  Those will now be called into question.Inferences about past conditions are always indirect, dependent on some “index” that supposedly represents the changing conditions.  When the index is shown to be flawed, all the baggage loaded on it comes tumbling down.  No doubt, textbooks, TV and science articles will continue to blindly tell their story of when earth’s oxygen surged.  It will be like speaking out the window of a collapsed house of cards.  Those of us who know this new evidence should speak boldly to the evolutionists, telling them they cannot know past climate or evolution with this evidence; the world is consistent with a recent creation that always had habitable conditions for complex life.  We should also speak to the climate alarmists, pointing to this unexpected finding of all these methane seeps as evidence that the future of the climate cannot be known because of the number of unknowns.last_img read more

Photo Advisory First, Photos released upto 4 p.m.

first_imgNew Delhi: 13 SEPT, 2018 (PTI) EDITORS: Photos withCaptions released today. To view thumbnails of thesePhotographs, visit PTI website at..http.//www.ptinews.comNATINONALMumbai/Jaipur/Bhubanesawar/Karad:’Ganesh Chaturthi’festival (B+A)Jammu:Militant attack in Jammu(A+B)NewDelhi:Green corridor provided between IGI and AIIMS(B)New Delhi:Pulitzer Prize-winner, photographer Nick Ut(B)New Delhi:Secondary Steel Sector Conclave(A+B)New Delhi:Rahul Gandhi and Sri Lankan formerPresident Mahinda Rajapaks(B)New Delhi:Rahul addresses media(B+A)New Delhi:Congress party’s press conference onMallya’s allegations(A+B)INERNATIONALHanoi : World Economic Forum on ASEAN(B)Khan al-Ahmar :Israeli forces have dismantled fivecorrugated(B)New York:Fashion Week in New York(A+B)Toronto : Toronto International Film Festival(A)Choco: National Liberation Army, ELN, in a village(A)Grand Rapids:Mike Pence, Karen Pence Ford InternationalAirport(A)Topsail Beach/North Topsail Beach/ NOAA satelliteimage:Hurricane Florence moving towardthe east coast(A+B)Salt Lake City:Austin Boutain court hearing(B)New York: “Becoming,” by Michelle Obama(B)Cupertino: An event to announce new products(B+A)Accra:International Conference Center in Ghana(B)New York:Miss America 2019 Nia visits the ObservationDeck of the Empire State Building(B)Vladivostok: Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok(B+A)Bakersfield: A gunman killed five people, includinghis wife(B)Yokohama:Naomi Osaka attends a Press conference(B)New York:Cynthia Nixon and congressional candidateAlexandria Ocasio-Cortez greet voters(B)Hengyang: The SUV crashed into a crowd at a publicadvertisementsquare(A)Tsugol:military exercises Vostok 2018 in Eastern Siberia(B)SPORTSAsheville: FEI World Equestrian Games(B)Galle: women’s one day international cricket matchin Galle(B)Singapore:Formula One Grand Prix in Singapore(B)PTI PHOTO GCS DLDLlast_img read more

C-Sections on GlobalMama and Caesarean Community of Practice

first_img ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read: Posted on November 18, 2010June 1, 2016Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)As we recently mentioned, MHTF also has a blog on Medscape/WebMD and we’ve published a post today on caesarean sections in the United States and throughout the developing world.Also, we’ve created a page for a community of practice (CoP) working on caesarean indicators. The group met in January 2010 in Baltimore to discuss how to improve measurement of caesarean birth and developed a meeting report with recommendations for moving research forward.In addition to the caesarean CoP, MHTF has participated in the Clean Birth Kits Community of Practice to investigate the role of clean birth kits in improving maternal health.These communities of practice serve as a platform for experts in the field of maternal health and its related fields to share knowledge and information to reach consensus on major topics in maternal health that are major areas of debate. As we move forward, the development of additional CoPs around other pressing maternal health issues is likely.Share this:last_img read more

Photo: Maryland’s Jared Nickens And Melo Trimble Hung Out With Radio DJ Peter Rosenberg

first_imgA closeup of Melo Trimble biting his Maryland uniform.ORLANDO, FL – MARCH 16: Melo Trimble #2 of the Maryland Terrapins reacts after being defeated by the Xavier Musketeers 76-65 in the first round of the 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament at Amway Center on March 16, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)When you’re having as good of a freshman year as Maryland’s Melo Trimble and Jared Nickens are, you get to hang with some pretty cool people. Peter Rosenberg is the well-known host of The Hot 97 Morning Show on 97.1 FM in New York City. He also hosts a wrestling podcast for Grantland. He’s also an alumnus of the University of Maryland, and a fan of the Terrapins.Rosenberg attended Maryland’s 60-50 win over Rutgers on Tuesday, which solidified the Terps as the No. 2 seed in the upcoming Big Ten Tournament. After the game, he hung out with Trimble and Nickens, who posted a photo of the trio on his Instagram.Overall, I’d say the Maryland program is doing alright for its first year in a new league.last_img read more

Auburn’s Antoine Mason Honors Late Father On His Sneakers

first_imgAntoine Mason's sneakers remembering his father.On February 28, the basketball world lost a beloved member when former NBA star Anthony Mason passed away from congestive heart failure. Wednesday night, his son Antoine, who plays for the Auburn Tigers, paid tribute to him on his sneakers. Mason wrote “RIP DAD” on the front of his shoes, along with “God”, “Fam” and “Ball” underneath. It was Mason’s first game since the passing of his father.Antoine Mason inscribed his shoes to honor his father during tonight’s SEC tournament game #AuburnFamily pic.twitter.com/uuGW0k6ALN— AuburnPix (@AuburnPix) March 11, 2015Mason scored four points in 18 minutes and helped lead his team to a victory over Mississippi State in the SEC Tournament. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.last_img

Video: Rutgers’ Chris Ash, DE Quanzell Lambert Play 1-on-1 Hoops During Team Meeting

first_imgChris Ash plays 1-on-1 during team meeting.Chris Ash 1-on-1Since taking over as Rutgers’ head coach, Chris Ash has made a lot of changes to the program. He’s revamped facilities, changed the uniforms, and built up momentum in recruiting.Apparently, at least temporarily, Ash has added a basketball hoop to the team’s primary meeting room. Today, he and defensive end Quanzell Lambert played a little 1-on-1 before a [email protected] vs Quanzell Lambert before team meeting #RFootball pic.twitter.com/HCsjaGzeaw— Rutgers Football (@RFootball) June 29, 2016Ash is giving up a lot of size there, and he probably fouled Lambert, but hey, he’s the guy running the program so he gets home calls.last_img

Port of Bilbao Conducts First ShiptoShip LNG Bunkering

first_imgzoom Spanish Port of Bilbao witnessed its first ship-to-ship liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering operation at the beginning of February 2018.During the operation, which occurred on February 2, the cement tanker MV Ireland received  90 cubic meters of LNG from the Oizmendi bunker vessel, owned by Itsas Gas, a company formed by the Basque Energy Entity, tug boat operators Remolcadores Ibaizabal and shipowner Naviera Murueta.Formerly known as Monte Arucas, Oizmendi was recently converted to a bunkering barge. As such, the vessel is Spain’s first LNG supply ship which features two 300-cubic meter LNG tanks installed onboard.MV Ireland was also the first ship to conduct truck-to-ship LNG bunkering at the Port of Bilbao in an operation which lasted five hours in March 2017.The 110-meter-long MV Ireland operates on a regular line between Bilbao and the United Kingdom and Ireland.last_img read more

The Marriott breach compared with past security breakdowns

first_imgNEW YORK — Marriott’s revelation that as many as 500 million guests may have been affected by a data breach at Starwood hotels, which it bought two years ago, ranks among the largest hacks ever. It is not clear if some of those included in the final tally are individuals who were counted during every stay.For comparison, here are some of the worst data breaches in history:—Yahoo, by far, takes the prize for worst data breach, with a 2013 hack affecting 3 billion users.—EBay asked all of its 145 million active users in 2014 to change their passwords as a precautionary measure because of a hack into personal information. The company was not sure how many people were actually affected by the breach.—Equifax suffered a breach in 2017 that affected about 148 million people. It discovered the hack in July of 2017, but didn’t disclose it until September 7.—In 2014, 83 million accounts were compromised at JPMorgan Chase.—Insurer Anthem suffered a hack in 2015 that may have compromised records for nearly 80 million people.—In 2013, Target was attacked by hackers, affecting 41 million people.The Associated Presslast_img read more

Monty Bissett Bursary Fund announces the names of Dawson Creek citizens honoured

first_imgThis year’s awards recognize the late Murray Logan, Stu and Anita Minnifie, Don Phillips, Jim Stenhouse, and Jim and Ruth Thompson.According to the College Foundation, since its inception in 2004, the bursary has supported students entering the college while paying respect to the memory of citizens of Dawson Creek.Last year, the awards recognized the late Gary Dunaway, Tom Hamilton Sr, Robin Jobin, Lorraine Ravelli, and Darshan Syal. DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – As under the Northern Lights College Foundation, the Monty Bissett Bursary Fund announced the names of Dawson Creek citizens honoured in the 2018–19academic year.During the 2018–19 academic year, Monty Bissett contributed $5,000 to the bursary fund honouring some of Dawson Creek’s finest citizens.In return, the Northern Lights College Foundation matched the gift for a total of $10,000.last_img read more