New Year

20 Jan 19
WTKR.com

This free event is an excellent opportunity for the public to engage with the nocturnal environment with expert guidance and observational resources.

20 Jan 19
SuMaC Post! Co. 2

Justin Rowlatt’s wife suggested a cheeky New Year break. “Surprise me,” she said. He did. from BBC News – World https://bbc.in/2REMF3G

20 Jan 19
nuggets4u

What i dont see is repentance and renouncing. Etc in her article..also bible shows repenting for generational sin..nehemiah…moses…..abigail…repented sin nations or othets sins….. This is a good snapshot of inner healing which is occultic..brings in possible spirit guides…..where we were trained warns us about this!!! On my blog i have more info on inner healing… […]

20 Jan 19
iPhillySports

Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz won’t get into details about the stress fracture in his back that has cost him time over the last two seasons. Apparently, GM Howie Roseman isn’t willing to discuss specifics either, as Les Bowen of the Daily News writes. “Carson talked about the injury [Monday] and coach [Doug] Pederson has talked […]

20 Jan 19
DEADLINE TV

·WAIHOPAI WORKS FOR 1% People from all around New Zealand will be converging on the super-secret Waihopai satellite interception spybase, in Marlborough, on Saturday January 26th. We will be at the Waihopai spy base main gate at Waihopai Valley Road from 11 a.m. There will be speakers; information will be provided on the function of the […]

20 Jan 19
Dear Obiwan

Day 90: Sunday, December 30th Shuttle!!! to Laguna Armarga then bus to Puerto Natales, Chile Stayed at: The Singing Lamb Dear Obiwan, We did it Obi! Today was our 5th and final day of the W-Trek. We had our first successful breakfast (for me that means- good bread and eggs!) and thanks to Will I […]

20 Jan 19
Ramblings from an Unpaved Mind

You all know that sometimes when you walk from one point to another in your flat or house and touch a doorknob you get shocked! One might drop ones drink or call out in profanity because of that electrical discharge, and it hurts! Be wary you carpet people! Or, You sexy silky underwear people! You […]

20 Jan 19
What am I doing?

“In some ways life is a happiness project. This project is full of paradoxes. For example, it may seem like it is about you, but it’s actually more about what you can do for other people. It turns out that bringing happiness to others increases your chances of being happy, while seeking happiness for yourself […]

20 Jan 19
AQA SYED HAMDANI

Why It’s Not Wrong to Wish Muslims Merry Christmas? ISTANBUL — Billions of Christians around the world are excited to celebrate Christmas this weekend. Those in the world’s second-largest religious community, Muslims, don’t share quite the same excitement. In a few Muslim-majority countries, like Saudi Arabia, Brunei and Somalia, Christmas celebrations are banned. In Turkey, […]

20 Jan 19
iasinsights

http://www.iasinsights.com ; http://www.iasgyaan.com posts Daily Current affairs from various newspapers GS-II(Governance) Justices Dinesh Maheshwari, Sanjiv Khanna sworn-in as SC judges Justices Dinesh Maheshwari and Sanjiv Khanna were sworn-in as Supreme Court judges today. With their swearing-in the strength of Apex Court Judges has now gone up to 28. Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi administered […]

20 Jan 19
EmotionalRollerCoaster

I have been home from hospital for 4 days now, leaving there triggered a hypomanic episode which I am still experiencing. I learnt a lot while I was there for 6 weeks, many groups on coping strategies and healthier ways to think about life and many different perspectives to the way I have been coping […]

20 Jan 19
GREENGROUND IT

Illinois’s startup market in 2018 was very strong, and it’s not slowing down as we settle into 2019. There’s already almost $100 million in new VC funding announced, so let’s take a quick look at the state of venture in the Land of Lincoln (with a specific focus on Chicago). In the chart below, we’ve […]

20 Jan 19
The Sun
WOMEN will get the right to check a partner’s background under a new domestic violence law. Clare’s Law — named after a mum murdered by her ex-boyfriend — is a victory for the Sun on Sunday. The new law is named in memory of Clare Wood who was killed by a man she met on Facebook Theresa May tomorrow unveils the change, which also applies to abused men, as part of a raft of legal reforms. It is named after Clare Wood, 36, of Salford, who was strangled and set on fire by George Appleton, 40, after meeting him on Facebook. She had no idea he had earlier been jailed for three years for harassing another woman. The new offences include “economic abuse” aimed at those who use money or access to a car to control their partner. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN Politics” posts_category=”318″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] They also provide support for victims and the appointment of a domestic abuse commissioner. The PM believes they “leave no stone unturned” in protecting an estimated two million victims. Mrs May said last night: “I’ve worked to bring an end to domestic abuse.” [bc_video video_id=”5989724281001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Gaslighting: The term coined to mean psychological manipulation, where it originates and it’s role within the #MeToo movement”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
20 Jan 19
The Denver Post
Just when we were getting ready to prep The Isaiah Thomas Party Train, Mike Malone reached over and yanked the hand brake. “Don’t believe everything you read,” the Nuggets coach said early Saturday night before his team took on the Cleveland Cavaliers when asked about a recent ESPN report that pegged Thomas as returning to action in mid-February. “I don’t know where these leaks come from, but (with) Isaiah, there’s no timeline. There’s nothing (that has) been set about February, this, that or the other thing. You’ll see him when he’s ready to play.” Thomas, who’s recovering from hip surgery last March, tweeted early Thursday morning the comment “25 days,” which hinted at perhaps a quicker return than had been projected. That tweet, which was summarily deleted, was followed by a report from ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarski on Friday indicating that Thomas, a two-time All-Star, could return as soon as a Feb. 11 home date against Miami or a Feb. 13 visit from Sacramento. When asked if Thomas’ return next month was likely, Malone replied: “Your guess is as good as mine.” Despite the fact that the injury bug has been almost as much a constant as winning in the Nuggets’ locker room the last three months, over the first half of the season, Malone had used only eight different starting lineups through 44 games — tied with Utah, Dallas and Orlando for the eighth-fewest alignment shifts in the NBA. “Once you understand your role, accept it, embrace it, and be the best you can at your role, that’s what creates chemistry,” forward Torrey Craig said of the Nuggets’ lineups. “Guys are NBA players; We all know what we need to do. We know what we have (got) in this team and guys know what they need to do, so I don’t think chemistry is going to be that big of a problem. “Will (Barton), Gary (Harris), I.T. can come back, so we’re just a deep squad. I’m pretty sure that coaches and everybody would figure out how the rotation is going to go and all of that.” If the hoops fates are kind, Malone is on a pace for 15 different starting lineups, which would be the fewest for a Nuggets’ regular season since 2012-13, when then-coach George Karl used only 10. That Nuggets side was also the last to win at least 50 games in a season (57-25, .695), a pace that the current squad (30-14 as of Saturday afternoon, .682) could match or surpass. “We have Jamal (Murray), we have Nikola (Jokic), we have Malik (Beasley), guys that have been … able to get a great rhythm and play at a high level together,” Malone said. “So there is some semblance of continuity in light of all the injuries. And guys have handled it really well all year long. It’s kind of like we’ve come to expect (that) if somebody’s going to be out, that means somebody else has an opportunity to step up. And to each of those guys’ credit, they’ve all stepped up when we’ve needed them.” Chemistry can be a fickle mistress. But there’s something to be said for a little constancy, too: The teams with the eight best records in each conference through Saturday morning had averaged just 9.8 different starting lineups so far this season. The clubs with the seven worst records in each conference averaged 11.1 different sets of starters this winter. “It just shows how deep this team is,” Craig offered. “We can go all the way down the line, and we’ve got guys that compete and still win games and play at a high level.” Malone’s most successful starting five before Saturday night was also one of his most frequent: An opening lineup of Craig, Juancho Hernangomez, Jokic, Jamal Murray and center Mason Plumee had started 11 contests, winning nine (.818). The only other starting five to open 11 games was Craig-Paul Milsap-Jokic-Harris-Murray, which had a mark of 7-4 (.636). Before the Cavs game, the Nuggets had only featured a starting five of Will Barton-Milsap-Jokic-Harris-Murray twice this season, winning both contests in which it was featured. “It’s not like we are changing the game because of someone or because of whatever,” Jokic said. “They are just (to) fill the role and they know what to do. So it’s not that hard. We just need a little bit more time to get used to the new guy in the lineup, or whatever.”
20 Jan 19
Quantum Bayesian Networks

Hello fellow quantum computerists, this is my “State of the Qubiter” address delivered from a chamber of my House of Representatives. In case you missed it, IBM recently released a major two-fer-one improvement to their quantum computer. On Jan 2, they delivered a new Batman inspired skin for their hardware (I reported on that in […]

20 Jan 19
Vancouver Island Tessellation Artist

Rebuilt one of my favourite tessellations from the 90s, Canada Geese!