Marciano

25 Apr 19
High Velocity Sport

Neil Lennon: Celtic players motivated to win treble treble for Billy McNeill https://bbc.in/2J3rOSv Fans have laid tributes in honour of McNeill at his statue outside Celtic Park Neil Lennon says it would be a fitting tribute to Celtic legend Billy McNeill if the club’s number five jersey was retired in his honour. Manager Lennon was […]

25 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
HIBS hero keeper Ofir Marciano has revealed he’s turned down big money offers to return to Israel so he can prove himself at Easter Road. The 29-year-old keeper was in fine form as Hibs gained a goalless draw with champions-elect Celtic in their last game. Marciano has turned down big money offers in Israel Former Ashdod shot-stopper Marciano has become a key part of the capital side since moving from his homeland three years ago via a loan spell in Belgium. And he’s revealed why he’s rejected the chance to return home for a bigger salary than he’s on in Edinburgh. Marciano said: “I have a contract for two more years at Hibs and I want to finish this season in the best way possible. I really want us to get into Europe. “It’s no secret that a lot of players from Scotland and from Hibs have moved to England, both the Premier League and the Championship. Marciano was in top form against Celtic in 0-0 draw “And England’s second and even third leagues are very strong leagues with great financial strength. “And every summer I have had offers from Israel, including clubs that offered me higher sums than I earn here. “But I haven’t made all the sacrifices in football just to return home straight away. I am only concentrating on Hibs. ‘I LIKE HIM’ Leeann Dempster still has Neil Lennon photo on her desk..and opens up on Rangers-mad family “It’s good here. Edinburgh is a wonderful city, we have everything we need here – a great Jewish community and good friends.” And Marciano, in an interview in his homeland, admitted he was thrilled with his display against the Hoops. [article-rail-curated title=”related stories ” selected_posts=”4162254,4161691,4161390,4158283,4153235,4153385″ /] He said: “I must say it was one of the best, if not the best, games of my career. “Even the Celtic players congratulated me after the game. They said warm words about my ability. “I had a bad injury at the start of the season and had surgery, but I’ve been in good shape for a few months now. “Now I would love us to get into Europe and to do that, we would have to win our remaining games, which is possible.” Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers from Scottish football plus fixtures, results and live match commentary  [bc_video video_id=”6023288639001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Hearts vs Hibs thrown into chaos as fans throw flares and coconut onto pitch during derby match”]  
25 Apr 19
Polis Magazino

9 ΜΑΪΟΥ στους Κινηματογράφους Σύνοψη O Matteo είναι ένας νέος επιχειρηματίας, ευφυής, τολμηρός και δυναμικός. Ζει μια ζωή στα άκρα γεμάτη προκλήσεις. Ο αδελφός του, Ettore είναι καθηγητής σε σχολείο και ζει ακόμα στη μικρή επαρχιακή πόλη όπου οι δυο τους γεννήθηκαν. Είναι ένας άνδρας συνετός με μια ήσυχη ζωή σε μια ρουτίνα που τον […]

25 Apr 19
Techo Blanco Yes Indeed

Los marcianos llegaron ya!/a> Touch here for the full post on Techo Blanco tumblr

25 Apr 19
Serendipity Seeking Intelligent Life on Earth

From ChosenPerspective’s Song Lyrics Sunday 4-21/19 It crossed my mind that her song said the same thing. Life should not be this difficult. We didn’t start this fire, but someone did. Perhaps it was started by the very first human who made his own fire with his own tools. Perhaps this is the direction that […]

25 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
DAVID GRAY might have been the only Hibee left sick as a parrot when his side won at Tynecastle earlier this month. But that’s only because the skipper ended up throwing up in the away dugout as his team-mates saw off Hearts. Gray was sick after a head knock Now, three weeks on, the 30-year-old hopes it’s Jambos fans who are feeling sick after Sunday’s capital clash in Leith. Gray was groggy in Gorgie after being accidentally punched by his own keeper Ofir Marciano. He gamely stayed on the pitch for as long as he could before the Hibs‘ medical staff intervened and got him off. And that led to the shocking sight of him vomiting behind boss Paul Heckingbottom as play raged on. The Hibs skipper was replaced before throwing up in the dugout Gray, though, insists the feeling of winning at Tynecastle for the first time in six years was the perfect pick-me-up. And he admits Marciano can clatter him again if it means his side come out on top once again. He said: “It was my own goalie who did it! But I don’t mind that, to be honest with you. “I say to Ofir all the time that, if he needs to come for a cross, he HAS to clean me out — as long as he gets the ball! “I have no problem with that, I want him to come and clean me out every week. “There’s nothing in there anyway, so I’m all right! “Obviously I remember winning the game, which is the most important thing. “I had my head between my knees in the dugout but that’s because we were winning and holding on towards the end of the game! There was a bit of everything going on in my head. Hibs recorded their first victory at Tynecastle in six years “But I was all right. I saw the doctor, I’ve seen the physios and everyone since, and I had plenty of time to recover because there was no game the next weekend. “We had to take our time and manage it properly. “Like I say, winning helped. That made me feel a bit better. “Probably the best medication you can get for a sore head is three points at Tynecastle. “I took another one against Celtic last Sunday when I blocked a wee shot. “I never felt much, to be honest, I was eating grass after it! It was a good shot, I’ll give him that!” Gray’s fearlessness was a factor in Hibs’ decision to hand him and Darren McGregor new four-year deals this week. And the man whose goal ended their 114-year wait for the Scottish Cup wants more silverware. Gray is targeting silverware in the near future with the Hibees after signing a four-year deal The Easter Road side head into Sunday’s game on the back of a nine-game unbeaten league run. And while Gray reckons that a sustained challenge is unlikely he sees no reason why they can’t compete for cups. He said: “The new deal is great but it’s not as if I am just going to take my foot off the gas for the next four years. “I want to be playing week in, week out because I know it’s a very short career. “I want to achieve as much as I can here. I want to win something else. It was a great feeling in 2016 winning something and I want to go on and do that again. “We have shown in one-off games that we’re capable of beating anyone. “The league is going to be very difficult, Celtic have been far superior for many years now. “But at the start of every season there are two cup competitions and there’s no reason why we can’t win one. We showed in 2016 we can, and that has to be the objective every season.” [article-rail-curated title=”RELATED STORIES” selected_posts=”4161390,4158283,4159978,4153235,4153583,4153385″ /] Right now Hibernian’s target is catching Kilmarnock in fourth spot as they eye a possible Europa League place. And Gray reckons it’s a realistic goal given how well they’ve done since Heckingbottom’s arrival. He said: “This is the best run we’ve been on since we won the cup, now we need to keep going. “At this stage of the season you can sometimes be stuck in no-mans’ land with nothing to play for but we have everything to play for. It’s Kilmarnock who are in our sights at the minute. ‘I LIKE HIM’ Leeann Dempster reveals she still has Neil Lennon photo on her desk “We know we have a difficult game against Hearts this week and expect another tough match, the derbies take care of themselves. “But it’s another opportunity to close the gap on the team in front of us just now.” Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers from Scottish football plus fixtures, results and live match commentary  [bc_video video_id=”6029400744001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Bernard Ponsonby’s tribute to Celtic icon Billy McNeill after he dies at 79″]
24 Apr 19
Prensa Libre
Se trata de la primera vez que los humanos detectan una señal sísmica en la superficie de un cuerpo que no sea la Tierra y su Luna. La primera prueba de que en Marte también tienen lugar terremotos fue captada por los sensores de la nave este 6 de abril. La misión InSight aterriza en Marte: ¿por qué es tan difícil llegar al planeta rojo? Agua líquida en Marte y otros 4 momentos clave en la búsqueda de vida en ese planeta Los científicos responsables del descubrimiento aseguran que la fuente de este fenómeno podría ser el movimiento en una grieta dentro del planeta o el temblor causado por el impacto de un meteorito. InSight, la primera sonda en explorar el “corazón” de Marte, aterrizó en el planeta rojo en noviembre del año pasado luego de un complejo descenso. La misión —que combina los esfuerzos de la NASA con varios socios europeos— es pionera en colocar sismógrafos sobre el suelo marciano para analizar “las entrañas” del planeta. El hallazgo podría ayudar a construir una imagen más clara de la estructura interior de Marte, desde la corteza hasta el manto y el núcleo. Los resultados podrían ser comparados con la características de la Tierra, con el objetivo de aprender más sobre las diferentes formas en que estos dos planetas han evolucionado. Magnitud entre 1 y 2 Los científicos a cargo de la misión aseguran que las señales registradas por la sonda les recuerdan mucho a los datos recolectados por los sensores de la nave Apolo en la superficie lunar entre 1969 y 1977. En ese entonces, un equipo de astronautas instaló cinco sismómetros que midieron miles de terremotos en el único satélite natural de la Tierra. El sistema de la sonda InSight incorpora sensores franceses (de baja frecuencia) y británicos (de alta frecuencia). Este instrumento, conocido como Experimento Sísmico para Estructura Interior (SEIS), fue situado en la superficie marciana por el brazo robótico de la sonda el pasado 20 de diciembre. Este 6 de abril ambas partes del sistema observaron la señal, aunque no fue posible llegar a una conclusión definitiva sobre la fuente probabledel sismo o la distancia desde la sonda hasta el evento. “Es probable que solo sea un evento de magnitud entre 1 y 2, tal vez con un alcance de unos 100 kilómetros. Hay muchas dudas al respecto, pero eso es lo que parece”, cuenta el profesor Tom Pike, quien dirige el equipo británico a cargo de los sismómetros. Los expertos han aclarado que muy pocas personas notarían un evento de esta magnitud en la Tierra, Un importante logro El equipo de la InSight también está investigando otras tres señales captadas solo por los sensores de baja frecuencia: una de ellas del 14 de marzo, otra del 10 de abril y otra del 11 de abril. Sin embargo, estas fueron incluso más pequeñas que la anterior y los científicos aún no tienen la seguridadde que se trate de eventos sísmicos reales. La misión de la sonda está programada para una duración de dos años terrestres, lo cual equivale a poco más de un año marciano. El profesor Pike calcula que, teniendo en cuenta el tiempo necesario para realizar esta primera detección, la sonda InSight debería registrar una docena de señales sísmicas en el período de operación inicial. La primera imagen de Marte enviada por la sonda InSight, luego de aterrizar en el planeta rojo en 2018. NASA “Cuando solo has registrado uno, no sabes si solo se trata de suerte. Pero cuando veamos dos o tres tendremos una mejor idea”, dice. “Por supuesto, si confirmamos los otros tres, podríamos esperar una gran cantidad de detecciones en los próximos dos años”. La sonda InSight partió rumbo a Marte el 5 de mayo de 2018, y su aterrizaje el 27 de noviembre de ese mismo año es considerado un importante logro. Aterrizar en Marte es tan difícil que cerca de dos tercios de los intentos anteriores acabaron en fracaso.
24 Apr 19
Weekly Rap Gods

Your Old Droog (YOD) released a masterpiece titled It Wasn’t Even Close. It’s a sinister soundscape with abstract boom bap appeal. The menacing yet melodic album features some hip hop heavyweights such as my all time favorite MF DOOM, Roc Marciano, Lil Ugly Mane, Wiki, Mach-Hommy and Vaclav Havel. The cunningly crafted album is beyond […]

24 Apr 19
Prensaldia

Por primera vez en la historia un terremoto ha sido registrado en Marte por el sismómetro francés SEIS, según informa la agencia espacial francesa, CNES. Este sismómetro fue instalado en el suelo del planeta rojo por el vehículo InSight de la NASA. Asimismo, ha sido publicado un audio de este terremoto. RT en Español ✔@Actualidad ÚLTIMA HORA | Así […]

24 Apr 19
Paul and Pat's Travels

Saint Mark’s Basilica (Basilica Cattedrale Patriarcale di San Marco) in Venice had its groundbreaking in 978 AD with completion in 1092. Officially, the style is called Italo-Byzantine and Gothic but has also been referred to as “Early Ransack” due to all the materials and artifacts looted from around the Venetian Empire. To western eyes, it […]

24 Apr 19
IMPACTO MX

Nace una nueva disciplina, la Sismología Marciana, gracias a que han sido registrados movimientos teluricos en el planeta rojo