Indigenous peoples must be able to thrive Trudeau says on International Day

first_imgPrime Minister Justin Trudeau announced in April 2019 that Canada will proceed with the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion project, despite widespread opposition from First Nations whose lands the oil sands pipeline would run through. APTN file photo.Justin BrakeAPTN NewsJustin Trudeau is marking International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples with a message to Canadians that they should “learn more about the cultures and languages of Indigenous peoples” in Canada and elsewhere.In a statement released Friday morning the prime minister touts his government’s policy and legislative track record related to issues impacting Inuit, Métis and First Nations peoples.“Working with Indigenous partners, the Government of Canada has taken steps to close the gaps in housing, health, education, and opportunity for Indigenous communities across the country,” he says.“Since 2015, we’ve lifted 87 long-term drinking water advisories in First Nations communities. We’ve made important investments to make sure Métis Nation citizens have the housing they need. We’re also supporting Inuit-led approaches to eliminating tuberculosis across Inuit Nunangat by 2030. Together, we are building a better Canada, where everyone’s rights are recognized and respected.”In June the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) released its final report, detailing the historic and ongoing genocide of Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA peoples.Trudeau has said that he “accepts” the inquiry’s findings of genocide but has not yet explicitly stated that Canada is responsible for ongoing direct or systemic violence amounting to genocide in the present day.In Friday’s statement the prime minister is remains vague about who is responsible for ongoing discrimination and violence against Indigenous peoples.Trudeau says Canada recognizes “the injustices Indigenous peoples have faced in Canada and continue to face around the world. While we cannot change history, we are working to right persisting historic wrongs.”In 2016 the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ruled that Canada discriminates against First Nations children living on reserve by not providing the same services available to children elsewhere in the country.Since that time the tribunal has issued the Trudeau government seven non-compliance orders for failing to adequately address the situation.Trudeau also came under fire from First Nations leaders and grassroots people last year, who said the Liberals did not meaningfully engage them as part of the government’s effort to overhaul legislation related to First Nations’ rights.First Nations also said the government’s approach to recognizing and implementing Indigenous rights would “domesticate” inherent rights that pre-exist Canada.Following his government’s purchase of the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project (TMX) last year amid a climate emergency and significant opposition from First Nations, in April Trudeau announced Canada will proceed with the project.At the core of First Nations’ fight against the pipeline are the issues of self-determination and consent.At home and at the United Nations General Assembly in New York, the Liberal government has committed to implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), which includes provisions that protect Indigenous peoples from harmful and unwanted encroachment on their lands and resources without their free, prior and informed consent.In its decision to purchase and proceed with TMX the government has used Canada’s current legal standards around the duty to consult Indigenous peoples on matters that will negatively impact them, rather than the minimum human rights standards laid out in the UNDRIP.Asked by APTN News in June for the definition of free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) his government used in making a final decision on TMX, Trudeau said FPIC “is what we engaged in doing with Indigenous communities over the past number of months.“It is engaging, looking with them, listening to the issues they have, and responding meaningfully to the concerns they have wherever possible,” he explained.Cree MP Romeo Saganash’s private member’s bill, C-262, would have required Canada to review its laws and align them with the UNDRIP.But the legislation died on the order paper earlier this summer after being stalled in the upper chamber by Conservative senators.As the bill’s death became apparent, the Liberals promised that if re-elected in the fall election they would put forth government legislation that will enshrine UNDRIP in Canadian law.They made the same promise during the 2015 federal election campaign but did not follow through in their mandate.On Wednesday Trudeau was in St. John’s for the city’s annual Royal St. John’s Regatta, at the same time the province had begun flooding the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project reservoir in Labrador.Innu and Inuit have brought their concerns over Canada’s financial support for the project to the United Nations.Amid legal challenges by Indigenous groups, and following scientific research projecting Muskrat Falls would contaminate traditional foods people in Labrador depend on, the Liberals issued a second federal loan guarantee to the province to ensure the project’s completion. The financial support was not contingent on the province’s respecting of Indigenous rights.As flooding got underway this week Nunatsiavut President Johannes Lampe said in a statement Thursday that “the time bomb is ticking on the future of those who depend on the Churchill River and Lake Melville for sustenance, and on the health, culture and way of life of many Labrador Inuit.”Before the end of the spring parliamentary session, the Liberals managed to pass two key pieces of Indigenous-related legislation — Bills C-91 and C-92.C-91, An Act respecting Indigenous languages, promises to provide additional support to Indigenous peoples trying to preserve their languages, many of which are on the cusp of being lost.The legislation did not receive unanimous support from Indigenous leaders and groups.Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK) President Natan Obed blasted the Liberals for excluding a section specifically dedicated to Inuit rights and their language, Inuktut, which is widely spoken across Inuit Nunangat and deserves official language status in certain regions, Obed has argued.C-92, the Liberals’ anticipated child welfare legislation, promises to return jurisdiction over child welfare to Indigenous communities.At present more than half of all children in foster care in Canada are Indigenous, though Indigenous children account for only 7.7 per cent of the country’s child population, according to Canada’s 2016 census.In provinces like Manitoba and Saskatchewan, the overwhelming majority of children in state care are Indigenous.It is estimated that each day in these provinces, an Indigenous child is apprehended by the state in what many refer to as the Millennium Scoop.“In the spirit of reconciliation, we will continue to work with Indigenous peoples toward a renewed relationship based on the recognition of rights, respect, cooperation, and partnership,” Trudeau says.According to the United Nations’ website, the Aug. 9 International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples was created “in order to raise awareness of the needs of [Indigenous Peoples].”The U.N. says there are around 370 million Indigenous people in the world, living in 90 countries.As holders of traditional and ancient knowledge of the land and biosphere, Indigenous peoples’ rights and sovereignty are widely regarded as a prerequisite for an adequate global-scale response to the climate emergency.“On behalf of the Government of Canada, I encourage everyone to learn more about the cultures and languages of Indigenous peoples, here in Canada and around the world,” Trudeau concludes in Friday’s read more

Fez to Host ArabGerman Symposium on Womens Empowerment

Rabat – The Arab-German Young Academy of Sciences and Humanities is hosting an international conference dedicated to women’s empowerment and gender equality November 30 to December 1 in Fez.The conference, titled “Gender Equality in the Arab World and Germany: Challenges and Prospects” and organized in partnership with the NGO ISIS Centre for Women and Development, will tackle several issues women face in their daily lives. Topics vary from challenges in the workplace or job market, such as in male-dominated fields and the role of universities to raise awareness on gender equality to transnational networking and women migrants.Read Also: 3,388 Moroccan Women Die of Cervical Cancer Each Year: ReportEffecting change, promoting gender equality, and Arab-German dialogue are the main drivers behind the symposiums. The event’s program will also explore the role of women throughout the history and cultural heritage of Fez, Morocco’s cultural capital.The event is taking place at the International Institute for Languages and Culture in Fez and will welcome “high-profile academics and experts” from six Arab countries with the participation of other academics from Germany, the ISIS Centre said in a press release. read more

AFRICAN LION Wael Jallouz extends in Barca until 2018

The hero of two important wins in EHF Champions League against RK Vardar Skopje, Wael Jallouz (24), extended deal with FC Barcelona Lassa until summer 2018! The 24 years-old Tunisian shooter netted 20 goals in two matches against one of the best world’s goalies Arpad Šterbik, just to give one more reason to Barca’s management to be convinced in their decision to keep him at “Blaugrana”.Jallouz came to Barcelona in summer 2014 after unsuccessful season in German THW Kiel. However, it looks that Xavi Pascual managed to make more than Alfred Gislason in achieving the full potential of the most talented African player.PHOTO: VICTOR SALGADO, FCB ← Previous Story Petar Nenadic for Serbia at Men’s EHF EURO 2016! Next Story → Tremblay lose both goalkeepers due knee injuries! FC Barcelona Lassawael jallouz read more

Gruevskis visit to Australia raises alarm

first_imgGreek diplomatic authorities and Greek Australian politicians are on alert for the impending visit of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski, to Australia in late October. Mr Gruevski is expected to sign a bilateral Social Security agreement, similar to the one already in effect since October 2008 between Greece and Australia. Their concern is with the name with which the government of FYROM will be recognised in the agreement. Although Australia officially recognises Greece’s neighbouring country with its United Nations (UN) sanctioned name of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, it remains unclear at this point if this policy will change after Mr Gruevski’s visit. Greece and FYROM are currently in negotiations under the auspices of the UN to resolve the long standing name dispute. Greece is refusing to accept the name “Republic of Macedonia” which the neighbouring country has adopted in its constitution.  A number of nations including the US recognise this constitutional name. Unlike the US, however, Australia has remained vigilant on the naming issue adhering to Greek Australian sensitivities. “I can’t imagine any Australian government committing such an act of political suicide risking a major fall out with the Greek Australian community,” a Greek Australian politician, who wished not to be named, stressed to Neos Kosmos English Edition (NKEE). “Especially, under the circumstances where the possibility of an early election is looming over the anticipated impasse with the government’s effort to pass its Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme,” the politician clarified. The bill was recently defeated in the Senate and the Rudd government has indicated its resolve to reintroduce the bill unchanged in November. If a consensus is not reached by then, it could trigger a possible double dissolution of Parliament. A Greek diplomat revealed to NKEE that the upcoming visit of Mr Gruevski has fuelled serious concerns. “Mr Gruevski is known for his extreme and recalcitrant approach to the name dispute issue and this is why it’s hard to imagine that he would come all the way to Australia to sign an agreement under the name FYROM,” the Greek diplomat pointed out. “This wouldn’t sit well with his electorate in FYROM which for a great part have been on his band wagon due to his nationalistic bravado on the name dispute,” the diplomat said.NKEE contacted the Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) regarding Mr Gruevski’s trip to Australia given that the visit itself is not yet finalised. A spokesperson for DFAT responded: “At this early stage, the Department has no information to offer regarding the visit.” When asked to confirm whether Australia’s position in regards to the naming of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia remains the same, the spokesperson noted that Australia is “using the nomenclature the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia in accordance with the terminology used by the United Nations (UN)” pending, she added, the resolution of the issue. Neos Kosmos English Edition contacted the Department for Families, Housing, Community Affairs and Indigenous Affairs which is the Government Ministry drafting the Social Security Agreement. Initially, we were referred to DFAT for comment on the issue. When pressed to answer under which name will the signatory country be recognised i.e. FYROM or “Republic of Macedonia”, a spokesperson stated: “The details of an agreement are yet to be finalised.”Another concern is that Mr Gruevski’s visit will coincide with the arrival of a new Greek Ambassador. The existing Ambassador George Zois is retiring on September 6. Diplomatic sources have expressed their concern that the new Ambassador “regardless of his diplomatic abilities, will not be in the same position to manage a potential crisis when and if it will break out.” A possible solution could be to extend Mr Zois stay in Australia until the issue is put to rest but this will only be possible through a ministerial directive from Athens. The leadership of the Greek Foreign Ministry at this point has not indicated either way what its intentions are Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Un nouveau test pour diagnostiquer la maladie du sommeil

first_imgUn nouveau test pour diagnostiquer la maladie du sommeilHier, des scientifiques ont annoncé avoir mis au point un nouveau test permettant un diagnostic plus efficace de la trypanosomiase, la maladie du sommeil qui s’avère souvent mortelle.La maladie du sommeil, ou trypanosomiase humaine africaine (THA), est souvent mortelle et frappe dans les 36 pays d’Afrique subsaharienne. Selon Find (Fondation pour de nouveaux diagnostics innovants) et la société japonaise Eiken Chemical Co.Ltd, les communautés rurales pauvres sont particulièrement menacées, ce qui concerne environ 60 millions de personnes. Difficile à diagnostiquer et à traiter, elle est transmise par les mouches tsé-tsé.À lire aussiBébé : dépister plus de 50 maladies dès la naissance avec une simple goutte de sangOr, si elle n’est pas traitée à temps, la maladie du sommeil progresse et les parasites transmis pénètrent dans le cerveau et entraînent des dommages neurologiques irréversibles. D’où l’importance d’un diagnostic précoce, qui était impossible à réaliser jusqu’à ce jour.Des scientifiques ont cependant annoncé hier avoir réussi à mettre au point un système de diagnostic innovant permettant d’améliorer de façon considérable la capacité à confirmer la présence de la maladie du sommeil. Des travaux qui ont nécessité près de six ans de recherches. En fait, le test Lamp (Loop-mediated isothermal amplification) se base sur la détection de l’ADN du parasite dans les échantillons des patients, expliquent la fondation Find et la société Eiken, spécialisées dans les diagnostics médicaux.Un test disponible dès 2012 Selon celles-ci, Lamp peut alors être utilisé avec beaucoup moins d’équipements de laboratoire que d’autres tests moléculaires et ses résultats sont interprétables à l’œil nu (et non plus au microscope). Ayant déjà franchi avec succès les étapes de conception et de développement, il pourra donc être disponible pour utilisation clinique en 2012, rapporte 16 septembre 2011 à 13:07 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Près de 390000 dollars pour acquérir le carnet du commandant dApollo 13

first_imgPrès de 390.000 dollars pour acquérir le carnet du commandant d’Apollo 13Le carnet du commandant d’Apollo 13, James Lovell, a été vendu mercredi aux enchères pour un montant de près de 390.000 dollars. C’est un collectionneur anonyme résidant sur la côte est des Etats-Unis qui a acquis le précieux objet, souvenir de la mission catastrophe. L’objet est unique et les acheteurs potentiels ne s’y sont pas trompés mercredi à la salle des ventes Heritage Auctions de Dallas. Accompagné d’autres objets issus également du milieu spatial, le carnet de l’astronaute James Lovell a été mis aux enchères et vendu pour la coquette somme de 388.375 dollars, soit près de 290.000 euros. Un montant qui parait colossal pour 70 pages griffonnées mais qui se justifie parfaitement quand on sait que le carnet en question est un témoignage précieux de la mission catastrophe Apollo 13, dont James Lovell était le commandant.  À lire aussiSpaceX : un satellite d’Elon Musk manque d’entrer en collision avec un satellite de l’ESADébutée le 11 avril 1970, la mission 13 du programme Apollo restera en effet l’odyssée spatiale américaine passée le plus près du désastre, même si tout l’équipage s’en est tiré indemne. C’est alors que le vaisseau était en perdition et que l’équipage cherchait un moyen de s’en sortir et de retrouver le chemin de la Terre que James Lovell a noirci des pages entières d’un carnet d’annotations et de calculs… Des notes griffonnées quelques heures après la célèbre phrase : “Houston, nous avons un problème”.”Sans ce carnet, l’équipage d’Apollo 13 n’aurait pas su sa position dans l’espace”, a expliqué Michael Riley, historien à la Heritage Auctions. Pas étonnant donc que l’acquéreur, un collectionneur anonyme résidant sur la côte Est des Etats-Unis, ait été prêt à dépenser autant pour avoir ce témoignage crucial de l’histoire de l’exploration spatiale. Le 2 décembre 2011 à 10:10 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Bale sets new UEFA Super Cup record for Madrid

first_imgThe Welsh footballer has assisted in every one of his appearances with Real in this trophy matchCristiano Ronaldo might not be missed much in Real Madrid thanks to Gareth Bale.The Wales international player has set a new record for Los Blancos, during their UEFA Super Cup match against Atletico Madrid.According to Live Soccer TV, the footballer has given an assist on every Super Cup he has appeared for Real Madrid.His first assist was against Sevilla, his second against Manchester United, and now he helped Karim Benzema score against Los Colchoneros.This is a new record for a Real Madrid player.Sergio Ramos, Real MadridZidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.Gareth Bale has provided more UEFA Super Cup assists than any other player since joining Real Madrid in 2013/14.?️ vs. Sevilla?️ vs. Manchester United?️ vs. Atlético MadridOne in each of his three appearances.— Squawka Football (@Squawka) August 15, 2018last_img read more

Rhino calf and mother enter Safari Park exhibit for first time

first_img KUSI Newsroom, Rhino calf and mother enter Safari Park exhibit for first time SOUND THE BABY RHINO HORN ????— San Diego Zoo Safari Park (@sdzsafaripark) August 9, 2018The animals’ one-on-one time allowed them to properly bond before interacting with other animals in their new 40-acre habitat, according to the zoo.The rhinos exited the boma and took a cool dip in a mud wallow before encountering other habitat animals, including gaur and nilgai, and surveying hilly terrain.The greater one-horned rhino differs from other species, as it has an armor-plated appearance actually composed of one layer of skin with many folds.The creatures were once widespread in Southeast Asia, but are now only found in India and Nepal. The species is listed as vulnerable on the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List of Threatened Species, mainly due to habitat loss, poaching and illegal rhino horn trafficking.There are an estimated 3,500 greater one-horned rhinos left in the wild, with more than 70 percent residing in an Indian reserve. The creatures typically prefer humid, swampy, tall-grass habitats, where they can graze on plant material and disperse seeds in their dung. August 8, 2018 KUSI Newsroom Updated: 6:17 PM SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — A nearly 7-week-old greater one-horned rhino calf and her mother barreled into their Asian Savanna field exhibit at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park for the first time Wednesday.The female calf, Carole, and her mother, Asha, had been in a protected area called a boma since the calf’s birth June 22. Posted: August 8, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Boom Gun tax sends 33M to Alaska

first_imgPhoto: USFWSAmericans have spent a lot of money on guns and ammunition in recent years, and that has sent revenues pouring into Alaska’s budget for wildlife conservation. The money flow is due to the Pittman-Robertson act, a 1937 law that imposes a tax on firearms and sends it to the states for wildlife projects.Listen nowTuesday, the U.S. Interior Department announced Alaska’s share of the tax revenues is $33 million, more than double what the state got just six years ago.The allocation formula takes geographic size into account, so Alaska is getting more from the fund than any state besides Texas.“Pittman-Robertson funds account for the majority of our funding, of our division’s funding,” Maria Gladziszewski, deputy director of Alaska’s Division of Wildlife Conservation, said. “It is the core funding for wildlife conservation, and it has been for decades.”Gladziszewski said the revenues have gone up so steeply that it’s hard to make full use of them. The state has had to give back about $3 million since 2016. Pittman-Robertson money can only be used on certain types of projects, and there’s a two-year deadline. Gladziszewski said Alaska has spent some of its money on things like road pullouts and trails, to give hunters better access.“We are doing our best to obligate all those funds and do good projects for Alaskans and Alaska wildlife,” Gladziszewski said.Also, it’s been a challenge for the state to come up with the required 25 percent matching funds. Last year the Alaska Legislature boosted state revenues by increasing the cost of hunting and fishing licenses, with instructions not to leave federal money on the table.Gladziszewski credits hunters and fishermen for supporting the bill.“It’s because hunters and anglers care about wildlife conservation,” Gladziszewski said. “They are the only constituency that has stepped up to say, ‘We value this service. We want to pay more money.’”Nationally, gun sales shot up during the years Barack Obama was president. Some indicators show they dropped sharply in the months after President Trump took office.last_img read more

Parents want engineering colleges to refund excess fees

first_imgHyderabad: Vasavi Engineering College Parents Association (VECPA) and Telangana Parents Association (TPA) demanded that the engineering colleges refund the excess fee collected by them during the block period of 2016-19. The VECPA meeting, presided over by its president S Srinath and attended by TPA State president N Narayana as chief guest, discussed the issues of fee by the engineering colleges and passed a resolution here on Monday. Also Read – TSBB, NGC promotes eco-friendly Ganeshas Advertise With Us Accordingly, the parents’ associations said the engineering colleges had collected fee in excess of the fee fixed by the Telangana Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee (TAFRC) during the block period of 2016-19. For this, they demanded that the State government implement the verdict of the Supreme Court and issue orders for refund of excess fee collected. Also Read – CM KCR praises PRO for his books on Telangana Advertise With Us The parents said the TAFRC fixed Rs 97,000 per year towards the tuition fee for the block period of 2016-19 for Vasavi Engineering College. However, the college had forcefully collected Rs 1,60,000 from the parents. As per the directions of the Apex Court, the colleges must return the excess fee collected over and above the fee fixed by the TAFRC, they added. Advertise With Us Accordingly, “The college has to refund Rs 63,000 per year collected from each student over and above the TAFRC fixed fee during the said block period,” they alleged. The TPA State president Narayana and Engineering Colleges Parents Joint Action committee (ECPJAC), chairman Srinath said the Supreme Court verdict delivered on July 1, this year is not only limited to the Vasavi and Srinidhi Engineering Colleges but also, all the engineering colleges in the State. Hence, they asked Srinidhi, CBIT, MGIT and other colleges who have collected fee in excess to what has been fixed by the TAFRC should be returned to the parents. The meeting has passed a resolution demanding the intervention of the State government and Justice P Swaroop Reddy, Chairman of TAFRC and State Chief Secretary S K Joshi and State Education Secretary D Janardhan Reddy.last_img read more

Fire at power grid substation in Dhaka

first_imgKeraniganjAn under-construction grid substation caught fire in Keraniganj on the outskirts of Dhaka on Wednesday night, reports UNB.Ataur Rahman, duty office at the Fire Service Central Control Room, said the fire originated at the grid station at Malancha around 10:25pm.On information, seven firefighting units rushed in and brought the fire under control around 1:00am on Thursday, he said.The reason behind the fire could not be known yet.last_img

MovieBobs 11 Best Avengers Endgame Theories

first_imgStay on target The longer it’s gone on, the clearer it’s become that the longest-term plan the Marvel Cinematic Universe truly had was to only look like anything was actually long-term planned. Rather than being trapped trying to retrofit subsequent movies around a densely laid-out continuity plan established all at once at a starting-point audiences may not have particularly cared for (as was the pickle the DC Extended Universe and Universal’s aborted “Dark Universe” franchise both found themselves in after Batman V Superman and The Mummy, respectively), MCU filmmakers are typically allowed to develop individual films and characters according to their own needs; with the connective tissue between properties either calling back to things that already happened or teasing threads that can pay off in any number of open-ended ways.Sure, Avengers: Infinity War’s villain, Thanos, popped up in the final moments of the first Avengers before getting a speaking role and some context in Guardians of the Galaxy, but it wasn’t until War that we actually found out what he wanted and why — and thanks to the cleverly-broad inter-film structure, he could’ve had a totally different plan, or motivation, or there could’ve been a dozen other sources for The Infinity Stones he needed to accomplish either, and it still would’ve made the same basic amount of sense: Marvel Studios’ secret is that the characters are compelling enough and the films are (for the most part) entertaining enough that a narrative that’s mostly an illusion solidifies into something real in the watching — do any of these interchangeable magic rocks, the various Orbs, Scepters, Tesseracts, Gauntlets, robots, etc., that they contain and/or empower differ meaningfully from one another or “matter?” No, not really… but we believe they matter to Steve Rogers and friends, so for a few hours they matter to us.In other words, good luck trying to predict what’s going to happen in Avengers: Endgame because, more so than with any other such franchise, literally anything can happen here. Thanos could be blown to bits in the opening five minutes to make room for our “real” final villain, Fin Fang Foom, and it would make as much sense as anything else. That said, a few long-lived and well-traveled theories remain more likely than others. Here are 11 that still feel at least a little bit likely to come true.Time Travel TheoryThe MCU has mad science, alien-tech, tech-so-advanced-it-seems-magical, actual magic, and everything in between making up its cosmology of the possible-impossibility; but the one sci-fi/fantasy ideal yet unexplored is traveling backward or forwards through time itself. Doing so as part of Endgame has seemed like the most plausible “big idea” for the final film ever since images of Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. donning their original Avengers-era costumes to shoot scenes with new friends like Ant-Man surfaced over a year ago; and feels like the safest bet of any anyone is making — though exactly why an Avenger might need to travel back in time would be anyone’s guess.New Universe (AKA “Reboot Theory”)Marvel Studios faces a possible forthcoming dilemma: Having now spent a decade perfecting the formula for superhero movies, many of the actors who’ve helped them do so are looking to retire from the costumed life (poor Chris Hemsworth hasn’t been allowed to touch a carbohydrate since the Bush administration!) Sure, there are literally thousands of other characters to make movies about after them; but one can’t discount the possibility that someone at Disney might be asking for the safety-switch of a mechanism by which a “reboot universe” could be established as part of Endgame’s expected reality-warping storyline that would let them revisit big-money names like Tony Stark and Steve Rogers with new actors. Not likely, but not out of the question, either.‘Avengers: Endgame’ (Photo Credit: Marvel Studios)Quantum-Realm Theory (AKA “Ant-Man Saves the World Theory”)In the Marvel Comics Universe, traveling between planes of cellular size and dimensional barriers is less a matter of “two different things” than perspective and terminology, and fans have long expected that to hold true for the films as well. If so, that could mean that Scott Lang could play a much bigger role than he has in previous team-ups — especially if his yet-unexplained ability to escape the Quantum Realm himself between the events of Ant-Man and the Wasp and now is the key to… something else.Future Avengers TheoryEndgame is meant to be the end of the first “big story” in the MCU, now called “The Infinity Saga,” but one consistent element of the story so far is that every end is also at least a hint at the next beginning; so wouldn’t it make sense for Marvel to tease fans with what they might have to look forward to? The apparent casting of an older teenage actress to play Scott Lang’s daughter Cassie, already portrayed by a younger actress in the Ant-Man films, has many fans speculating that the much-rumored time travel storyline will offer a glimpse of at least a “possible future” where she’s adopted her comic-book superheroine alias as “Stature” — and maybe a few other hypothetical Avengers-to-be as well. It’s a big idea, but one that makes a lot of sense from a spectacle and business standpoint; a chance to wow fans with short but punchy looks at new/different characters (Pepper Potts finally suiting up as Rescue/Iron Maiden? Obscurities like Moon Knight or Devil Dinosaur? Fan favorites like Blade or She-Hulk? In-demand newcomers like Miles Morales, Kamala Khan, or Gwenpool?) and a way for the studio to gauge who among them audience respond to without having to commit 100 percent to an actor or design (yet.)‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ (Photo Credit: Marvel Studios)Soul Stone Theory (AKA “The Nobody Actually Died Theory”)MCU fan theories tend to be a lot longer (often by dozens if not hundreds of pages) than actual MCU explanations (recall Hela hilarious closing multiple at least 4 to 5 “plot holes” related to Odin’s Vault in Thor: Ragnarok with a single word: “FAKE!”) so please forgive the shortening of multiple ultra-detailed Infinity War “color theory” extrapolations to the following: After Thanos obtains the Soul Stone by passing its “test” of sacrificing Gamora, he has a vision of her as a child in a dreamlike world of orange light. As the Stone is also orange, some fans believe that neither she nor the trillions of lives that were “dusted” when Thanos used the Gauntlet to wish half the universe out of existence are completely dead. Rather, their souls are all contained in the stone itself — and the mission of Endgame will involve setting them free.House of M Theory (AKA “Alt-Universe Theory”)“House of M” was a convoluted Marvel comics event-miniseries, the simplified plot of which goes like this: Scarlet Witch lost her mind, which is bad because her powers let her change reality with said mind. As a defense mechanism against being for-the-good-of-the-planet killed, she remakes the entire world into an alternate-history version of itself where everyone she knows is living a version of their imagined better life (Mutants are a beloved upper-class aristocracy run by Magneto’s family, Spider-Man is famous, Carol Danvers is sober and Captain Marvel for the first time, etc.) but it all goes very “wish on a monkey’s paw.” In a variation on the previously-described “Soul Stone Theory,” some have posited that the MCU Scarlet Witch’s “failed” attempt to stop Thanos from pulling Vision’s Stone may actually have been a gambit to create a similar scenario — potentially meaning that things are not as they seem after that point in Infinity War: Perhaps she enchanted the Stone to not kill half the universe but separate it in half? Are the “dusted” heroes and civilians alive and happily unaware in another reality — and if so (as was the case in House of M) will some not want to come back?‘Avengers: Infinity War’ (Photo Credit: Marvel Studios)Thunderbolts (AKA “Dark Avengers Theory”)It’s not all alternate dimensions and time travel – this one is nice and simple: For a time in the 90s, everyone in the Marvel comics universe believed the Avengers, X-Men, and Fantastic Four were dead (long story) so “team hero” duties were filled by an upstart crew called The Thunderbolts… who were secretly a team of famous supervillains in new disguises running the greatest “How did we NEVER think of this before???” scam in supercriminal history. Since then, the team name has been revived multiple times, usually as a Marvel version of Suicide Squad i.e. bad guys conscripted by the government to do “super black ops” missions. Oh, hey — who in the MCU happens to be the government guy in charge of The Sokovia Accords; also known as the guy who could hire and few a whole new crew of Avengers any time he wants? General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross.The Red Skull’s Treachery (AKA “Fake Stone Theory #1”)People are very, very obsessed with “the Soul Stone is broken/fake/corrupted” as a theory; probably because everyone wants to know how Gamora is going to get wished back to life for Guardians 3. Here’s how this version goes: The Red Skull lied to Thanos on Vormir — Gamora didn’t need to die for the Stone, the sacrifice was actually to free him from the his sentinel role somehow — which will free Thanos to use the Gauntlet to revive her and permit The Red Skull to appear either as the “surprise” main villain of Endgame or in future MCU features. Sure, why not?‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ (Photo Credit: Marvel Studios)Carol Theory (AKA “Fake Stone Theory #2”)SPOILER ALERT: Captain Marvel has several surprise reveals relating to Carol Danvers’ connections to the rest of the MCU mythology, some big, some small. One of the biggest is that her near-limitless cosmic powers come from having absorbed the energy from an exploding “light speed engine” which we later learned had been infused with power from The Tesseract — which, of course, was ultimately revealed to house an Infinity Stone. This raises two possibilities (at least) as to how Captain Marvel might tip the scales battle against the Big Purple Guy who so handily throttled the other Avengers (and who, in the comics, originated as a principal foe of the original 70s Captain Mar-Vell, a decidedly different version of whom appears in the new film as well): Does being a “human Infinity Stone” make her a match for the Gauntlet… or perhaps did she siphon off enough energy in the first place that the weapon hasn’t actually been working at full power this whole time?‘Captain Marvel’ (Photo Credit: Marvel Studios)Quantum-Leap Theory (AKA “Everybody Gets a Happy Ending, But… Theory”)Alright, maybe the MCU won’t use time travel to reboot it’s entire universe… but if temporal shenanigans are going to be going on in a superhero crossover event you can all but rest assured it will be used as an opportunity to take a Mulligan on things that even a studio with Marvel’s batting average wishes they could go back and do differently — or leave in a different place for the future: Maybe prevent Agent Coulson’s death so Clark Gregg can rejoin the movies without requiring fans to catch up on four seasons worth of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.? Let us see what happened to the MCU Uncle Ben? Give Captain America one more day with Agent Carter in his proper timeline? Of course, since “let’s fix problems through time travel” stories always come with a big caveat, so it will likely also come down to a question of which Avenger will have to learn about a good future they could have, and forego it for the greater good… oh, hey — didn’t they make a big thing out of Iron Man floating the idea of having a kid with Pepper in the last one?Multiverse-Cross Theory (AKA “The ‘How Did We Get Here, Bub?’ Theory”)You knew this was coming, right? The one thing Disney does better than make money is keep its secrets (Buy Star Wars, re-sign the original cast for a new trilogy, start planning a new park, don’t announce any of it until it’s all in motion and NOBODY leaked it? They did that. James Gunn? Rehired him months ago, well after everyone had assumed all hope had been lost for that) so as incredibly unlikely as it is, some fans will remain convinced until the credits have rolled that the real “big twist” to Endgame is that Marvel has already started working to incorporate the previous Fox-owned X-Men and Fantastic Four into the MCU — and that whatever combination of world-changing events listed above plays out will cause it to happen: Maybe undoing “The Snap” will merge the MCU with the X-Men Universe, or cause the Mutant X-Gene to activate throughout humanity, or alter history so that a new X-Men team has always existed. It’s almost certain not to happen (especially not with Dark Phoenix still limping to theaters) but some folks won’t give up on seeing Hugh Jackman’s claws scrape across Chris Evans’ shield until they’re forced to.More on’s 10 Reasons ‘Into the Spider-Verse’ Is the Best Spider-Man Movie EverMovieBob’s 15 Most Anticipated Movies of 2019MovieBob’s 12 Least Anticipated Movies of 2019 What to Expect From the Marvel Cinematic Universe at SDCC 2019‘Avengers: Endgame’ Returns to Theaters With Extra Post-Credits Scene last_img read more

GM joins the networking revolution with Facebook voice to text via Onstar

first_img The new OnStar version, for the social generation, will provide users with a Facebook connection that can convert voice into text,. The new feature will allow for status updates on the go, without risking safety. Likewise, users will also be able to listen to incoming texts and news feeds through voice commands.With a brand new ad campaign to launch mid-September, free services will also be added, dueling Ford’s Sync technology, and might appear on new GM models in the near future. Since its start in 1996, safety and security have been OnStar’s continual top priorities with roadside services, stolen vehicle locator, emergency police and ambulance caller, directions and more, in over 30 GM models. This year, OnStar has also offered smart phone applications such as gas monitoring, remote start, and more, which is somewhat similar to Ford’s Sync system that’s more entertainment-focused.Though Onstar is free on many GM models for the entire first year, its annual cost varies from $199 for safety features and $299 for safety and navigation. Sources say OnStar is considering offering certain services to non-subscribers to gain exposure and possibly appeal to new customers. The upgrades will enhance even the basic features, as well as the new ones. The decision to offer the Facebook voice to text application will be thoroughly tested among a test audience, sources say, and may or may not be available in all GM OnStar models.With a new tag line like “Live On,” OnStar hopes to appeal to the techno and safety savvy alike. Competition has never been more fierce with the Ford Edge’s MyFordTouch Technology also in the game. With social networking on the rise, there seems to be no better time than now to raise the stakes against the competition.The big announcement is said to have improvements all around, including a partnership with Google, though all plans are strictly in the experimental stages. Much like Ford’s Sync services which allow users to access applications such as Twitter, OnStar’s plans may change the way we network and connect altogether, while keeping safety at the forefront. Citation: GM joins the networking revolution with Facebook voice to text via Onstar (2010, September 8) retrieved 18 August 2019 from ( — With the ever-growing popularity of Ford’s Sync technology and entertainment system, which boasts music and phone-related features, General Motors’ On Star customers will soon have the world of networking at their disposal even while driving, via a nearing OnStar overhaul. OnStar, Google Partner to Expand Turn-by-Turn Navigation (c) 2010 PhysOrg.comcenter_img OnStar unit in a Saturn Astra. Image: Wikipedia. Explore further 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.last_img read more

Costa Rica dismantles international drug trafficking ring

first_img Facebook Comments Costa Rican authorities dismantled an international cocaine trafficking ring that used fishing boats on the country’s southern Pacific coast. The successful operation was supported by the governments of Colombia, Ecuador and the United States, according to government information released on Wednesday.Agents from the Prosecutor’s Office and Drug Control Police captured 22 people who participated in the drug trafficking network, including a police agent and four officials from the National Coast Guard Service who had been passing on information to the criminal network about anti-drug operatives.“The group received the drugs on the high seas; they’d keep it on farms and then they’d give it to the owners of the drugs, who’d take it to North America,” Chief Prosecutor Emilia Navas explained in a video distributed by the Prosecutor’s Office.As payment, the group received part of the drugs that came from South America, which they then sold in Costa Rica, Navas added.In a series of raids carried out this Wednesday, seven vehicles, one small plane, 13 weapons, ammunition, cash, communications equipment, jewelry and a small quantity of drugs were confiscated, according to the Public Security Ministry.Operatives against the group began in 2016 and have resulted in the confiscation of ore than eight tons of cocaine, said Public Security Minister Michael Soto.That ministry indicated in a news release that the group used high-speed fishing boats to pick up the drugs at sea.The leaders of the band were two former Coast Guard officials whose last names Campos Loría and Carvajal Duarte. They ran the operation in contact with drug trafficking cartels from Colombia and Ecuador, the minister said. Related posts:Costa Rican police dismantle international drug trafficking gang Suspected Colombian cartel leader secretly flown out of Costa Rica on DEA plane Three Ecuadorians sentenced in Costa Rica for drug trafficking Children in cages: this feels like defeatlast_img read more

Australia remains number one for NZ travellers

first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T Tourism Industry Association New Zealand released the results of a recent survey depicting Australia as the number one destination for overseas travel by New Zealanders. The Fly Buys/Colmar Brunton survey, released earlier this week, listed Australia before the United States and Fiji as the most preferred port of call for Kiwi’s travelling overseas. The United Kingdom moved up a place to fourth in the rankings, whilst the Cook Islands’ Rarotonga slipped into fifth. The results of the survey also found that 43 percent of all New Zealanders plan to holiday abroad at some point over the next six months, with only 11 percent having travel booked already.The survey has been designed to provide the travel industry a glimpse into the travel intentions and attitudes of New Zealanders and offer a focused approach to marketing.last_img read more

Monthly Gains Just a Silver Lining for Home Prices RadarLogic

first_img While other experts and analysts have concluded home prices are on the rise and the recovery is under way, “”Radar Logic””: released a report challenging the upbeat viewpoint. [IMAGE]””We believe that the oversupply of homes relative to demand will prevent sustained home price gains for some time,”” the analytics firm stated. The argument made by Radar Logic is that as buyers absorb the supply of homes for sale in certain markets and prices start to stabilize as a result, home owners who have been waiting on the sidelines to sell will do so once prices start to improve. This will increase supply once again, and home prices will stop appreciating as supply exceeds demand. According to the RPX Composite price index, which tracks prices in 25 metropolitan areas, home values decreased by 0.8 percent year-over-year in April 2012 and increased by 2.7 percent from the month before in March 2012. [COLUMN_BREAK]From April 2010 to April 2011, home prices made an even steeper drop at 5.2 percent, which shows prices have improved year-over-year despite the yearly decline in April 2012.The report also noted that spring price appreciation has been strong in the West over the years, especially in Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Jose, and San Francisco. Quinn Eddins, director of research at Radar Logic and author of the report, warns other temporary factors are helping with the gains. “”Housing bulls point to recent strength in home price indices and say that housing has bottomed and a recovery is either underway or on the horizon. But much of the recent strength in housing prices is the result of investor demand and mild winter weather, and the effects of both are likely to be temporary.The report explained that investor demand will eventually wane as returns for rent decreases. Also, warm weather this winter allowed for a head start into the buying season, so the early increase in demand will come at the expense of a slower buying season later unless new demand is created.In addition to home prices, Eddins also takes a skeptical view of claims that low prices and low interest rates are making way for recovery. Instead, he agrees with a recent article by Andrew Davidson and Alex Levin titled “”Measuring Housing Affordability and Home Price equililbrium; Revisiting the Housing Bubble & Bust and HPI Modeling,”” which expresses the view that when down payments and the availability of affordable mortgage products are taken into account, housing is not nearly as affordable as affordability indices suggest. June 20, 2012 425 Views Monthly Gains Just a Silver Lining for Home Prices: RadarLogic Agents & Brokers Home Prices Housing Affordability Investors Lenders & Servicers Processing Service Providers 2012-06-20 Esther Chocenter_img in Data, Origination, Servicing Sharelast_img read more

KOA wage bill deprives sports of funding

first_imgThe head of the Amateur Sports Federation (Koeas), Antonis Drakos, called on Sunday for the slashing of the Cyprus Sports Organisation’s (KOA) operational costs as it absorbed a big chunk of the state funding that could have gone to sports.In his address at the Koeas annual general meeting, Drakos said that the state spending was enough to fund all sports and help them develop, but that could only be achieved through a full revision of the expenses of KOA.A balance must be achieved, he said, as to the allocation of funds available to KOA, a semi-governmental organisation that manages the funding of sports federations.Drakos said that the operating costs of the KOA must be drastically reduced. There was no justification for the sports authority’s wage bill to be as high as the total state funding of sports. He added that more money was spent on physical education trainers at National Guard camps than for all sports federation coaches. “It has to be made clear once and for all. KOA does not do sports. Sports are organised and promoted by the federations. KOA is supervising, and supervision cannot cost more than the object it supervises “, Drakos said.The Chairman of the Technical Committee of the federation Antonis Georgalidis said that Koeas, during 2017, has celebrated many achievements but that they could achieve much more if they had more support and assistance.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoSecurity SaversWindows Users Advised To Do This TodaySecurity SaversUndoYahoo SearchThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Research Best Compact SUV CarYahoo SearchUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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