Collective Evolution
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The planes we’d heard were not in sight, but what captured our rapt attention was a silvery, lozenge-shapedbug,” as my mother later described it, that was clearly visible in the searchlight beams that pinpointed it. Although it was a clear, moonlit night, no other details could be discerned, despite the fact that, when we first saw it, the object was hanging motionless almost directly overhead. Its altitude is hard to estimate, especially after all these years, but I’d guess that it was somewhere between 4,000 and 8,000 feet. This may explain why we didnt see the orange glow reported by several eyewitnesses in Santa Monica and Culver City, where the object was apparently much lower. (One witness suggests that this glow may simply have been the reflection of shell bursts against the object’s “silverybody.) The official explanation for the event ranged from nothing happened to balloons, but all those who've studied this phenomenon in depth know that it's been wrapped in secrecy for a very long time and the lid is just beginning to blow.
The Huffington Post
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Establishing and maintaining the right company culture is a major key to success in any business these days, especially with the growth of the millennial generation of workers. It has a huge impact on productivity, as well as morale and loyalty to the company. In this age of interactive social media, your culture image quickly spreads to customers, and determines their loyalty. Everyone knows and admires the leaders , including Google and Zappos, but most entrepreneurs have only a fuzzy idea of what to do to get there. If you are looking for specifics, as well as the science behind it, you should take a look at a new book, " Trust Factor - The Science of Creating High-Performance Companies ," by Paul J. Zak. He says trust is the key to a good culture. Zak is the director of the Center for Neuroeconomics Studies at Claremont Graduate University, and he has studied the connection between trust and performance all over the world.
TIME - Top Stories
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Also, I think President Trump will be different from President-elect Trump. I think things will work out. In place of impeached President Park Geun-hye, Acting President and Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn said in his congratulatory message to Trump that South Korea wishes to bolster the already close ties with the U.S. and cooperate on stopping North Korea's nuclear development. ___ INDIANS FRET ABOUT IMMIGRATION PROSPECTS Among dozens of young, urban Indians who watched Trump's inauguration and speech at a club in a New Delhi, the 27-year-old Jigar Gorasia said getting work visas for professionals and green cards will become a problem. It is going to be a little bit challenging for those, said Gorasia, who studied and worked in Chicago before moving back to India last year. Divya Narayanan, a 21-year-old student of journalism, said that Trump as president worried her.
Collective Evolution
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The planes we’d heard were not in sight, but what captured our rapt attention was a silvery, lozenge-shapedbug,” as my mother later described it, that was clearly visible in the searchlight beams that pinpointed it. Although it was a clear, moonlit night, no other details could be discerned, despite the fact that, when we first saw it, the object was hanging motionless almost directly overhead. Its altitude is hard to estimate, especially after all these years, but I’d guess that it was somewhere between 4,000 and 8,000 feet. This may explain why we didnt see the orange glow reported by several eyewitnesses in Santa Monica and Culver City, where the object was apparently much lower. (One witness suggests that this glow may simply have been the reflection of shell bursts against the object’s “silverybody.) The official explanation for the event ranged from nothing happened to balloons, but all those who've studied this phenomenon in depth know that it's been wrapped in secrecy for a very long time and the lid is just beginning to blow.
Cotswold Journal - Showbiz
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We’re sure he’s studied both extensively in the build up to entering the White House
KyivPost
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Bristol Post
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An aristocrat who studied at Bristol University will face charges of smuggling millions of pounds worth of cocaine.Jack Marrian, the grandson of the Earl of Cawdor, had hoped charges against him would be dropped due to lack of evidence.But the authorities in Kenya have confirmed Marrian will be prosecuted later this year.James Warui, the chief prosecutor in Kenya, has rejected suggestions of 'malicious prosecution' and said the case will go ahead.Marrian was arrested after 220lbs of cocaine was...
Raw News
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David Meade studied astronomy, among other subjects, at the University of Louisville. After graduation, he worked in forensic investigations for a number of years. The last 10 years he has spent with Fortune 1000 Companies, writing special reports for management. He is a specialist in research and investigations. He has 10 books to his credit. He enjoys relating science and the Bible. He believes Planet X is a perfect marriage of the two. Meade: “NASA is lying through its teeth,” Dr. Zakharovich said. “It is not conceivable that they do not know the truth. We have seen the data! The object they call WF9 left the Nibiru system in October when Nibiru began spinning counter clockwise around the sun. Since then, NASA has known it will hit Earth. But they are only telling people now. And telling lies. That they call it 2016 WF9 proves they are lying.
Autocar
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The ride is even better. The rudimentary, twangy memory of Alfa’s hatchbacks is dispelled by the studied bump modulation and forthright poise of the Giulia. It’s firm, yes, but even on optional 18in wheels and run-flat tyres it strikes that rarefied strata of compact exec pliancy head on, telegraphing topography from each corner while on the motorway but never letting any of the information unduly upset the super-rigid passenger cell. Sure, the BMW and Jaguar do an even better job of cosseting, being noticeably quieter and, in the XE’s case, spectacularly adept at wheel control. But the early interest piqued by the Alfa’s pointy, frothy ensemble hadnt faded by Readingnor Swindon, nor Bristol. Equally implicit in all the fizz is the Alfa’s new 2.2-litre Multijet diesel engine. In its more powerful, 178bhp guise, it’s a peach, delivering all manner of gravelly zing to the back wheels.
The Sun Daily
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"However, we have to look further ahead, we should not be complacent an focus so much on the achievements during these three years to the extent that i stops us from planning and preparing for a new journey for Malaysia post 2020, he said. Najib also gave his assurance that the voices of the youths would be hear as they would shape the country's journey in the future. "I am happy because I was with the youths yesterday in Universiti Malaya and heard for myself their aspirations. "Our government today is a government which is willing to listen and use the bottom-up approach. God willing, the ideas which were put forward will b studied and taken into consideration," Najib said. — Bernama
Voice Of America
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"It is a political maneuver. It is a form of blackmail as we are about to form the government." Moise has said repeatedly that he would tackle graft, reform institutions and boost the impoverished nation's economy. UCREF received its first tip against Moise in 2013, under the Martelly presidency. The information in the report came directly from Haiti's financial institutions, UCREF's head Sonel Jean-Francois told journalists. The case resurfaced in January after police arrested Moise ally and senator-elect Guy Philippe, who was extradited to the United States to face charges of money laundering and drug trafficking. A group of four senators sent a letter dated Jan. 16 to the president of the Senate, suggesting the report be studied and receive "appropriate treatment" before any inauguration. The leaked report said there had been more than $5 million in suspicious transfers made through a personal account at the National Credit Bank between January 2012 and April 2013.
Futurity
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Futurity
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Connor and Emily Speranza, a PhD candidate in bioinformatics, became involved with this research when scientists in England contacted Connor's lab, asking for help interpreting data. The Liverpool scientists, in conjunction with Public Health England, had been analyzing blood samples from Ebola victims that had been collected and preserved during the outbreak. They had a wealth of data from the samples, including measurements of mRNA in patients' blood—a good indicator of gene activity. The upper hand The English scientists, who noticed that the mRNA produced by Ebola victims corresponded to genes involved with the human immune response, contacted Connor's lab because he had studied the same immune response in monkeys. We were excited to be part of the analysis team, says Connor. Researchers correlated the mRNA in 128 samples to 10 genes, all of which were activated in patients who had died.
Informed Comment
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The Platform is there to be studied, critiqued, improved upon, summarized or excerpted, and then put to use as the powerful tool it can be, both for organizing and for holding elected Democratsfeet to the fire. The Democrats can and must now become a broad-based social-democratic party , and a relevant actor in the politics of every county and state. To achieve that is to break the ties with Wall Street forever, and to become a straight-talking, internally democratic, transparent organization with a rainbow leadership that can draw widely diverse citizens and organizations into enduring membership or coalition. Such a party has an explicit, persuasive program that activists can use in organizing. It no longer speaks to the people in meaningless language. It invites conscientious citizens into full-time, full-fledged, card-carrying, dues-paying, participatory membership.
Futurity
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In addition to the parasite that causes leishmaniasis, many kinds of microbes can cause persistent infections, including bacteria responsible for tuberculosis and viruses that lead to herpes and chickenpox. Jimmy Hoffa effect' A lot of pathogens cause persistent infections, but the process was something of a black box, says first author Michael Mandell, who conducted the research as a graduate student and who is now an assistant professor at the University of New Mexico. Nobody really knew what was going on during persistent infection and why it was associated with immunity. To find out, Mandell and Beverley studied Leishmania, a group of parasites that cause ulcers on the skin and can infect internal organs. An estimated 250 million people worldwide are infected with the parasite, and 12 million have active disease that can be disfiguring or even fatal.
BBC One North West
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It is against Trump and is bigotry. Thank you for that. It is the start of the new movement and there are supposed to be a number of protest taking place over the weekend and in the next few weeks. Thank you very much. Still to come on North West Tonight: You might recognise the new chancellor of UCLAN - Ranvir is honoured by the Lancashire University where she studied.
BBC One Oxford
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And business, in the end, pays for everything. So, having a business manager, it's certainly a new dimension. And let's hope his rhetoric was just rhetoric and he's got some good solid sense behind his decisions. Fifteen years ago, Bill Clinton, who studied at Oxford University, opened the Rothermere American Institute in the city.
ScienceDaily
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Sky News
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Fond memories. Studied, worked as an Argos security guard. He said that was when he learned the meaning of hard work. Still a lot to come, but he was very optimistic. And that meant the midday deadline has passed, troops on stand-by, to remove Yahya Jammeh. We can speak to her chief correspondent. A new deadline set? Talks ongoing with Yahya Jammeh? We believe so.
TYT YouTube
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Voice Of America
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“But there's a double standard when it comes to implementation,” said Farzin-Moghadam, who studied architecture and building technology in Tehran and has worked on residential complexes and airports. “When Iranian regulations do not deal with life and death issues, they are implemented completely, whereas when regulations do impact people's lives, they are ignored,” he said. VOA's Persian Service contributed to this report.
BBC Parliament
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This was studied as a matter of course by law students between Professor HLA Hart and Patrick Lord Devlin. That is instructive to this Bill, I believe, because it sets the entire tone for how we think about the law in the area of private sexual behaviour. Lord Devlin took the view that the enforcement of morals was a proper function or even the primary function of law.
ITV
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It is fascinating. Our next guest is a superhero single mum, who took a job as a school dinner lady to help make ends meet, but has now risen through the ranks to become a head teacher. Rosalind Brotherton juggled three part time jobs and studied in the evenings to get her teaching degree. Katy Rickitt has her story. Rosalind is not afraid of getting her hands dirty, and it is that attitude that got her from the kitchen to head of the classroom.
Informed Comment
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The Platform is there to be studied, critiqued, improved upon, summarized or excerpted, and then put to use as the powerful tool it can be, both for organizing and for holding elected Democratsfeet to the fire. The Democrats can and must now become a broad-based social-democratic party , and a relevant actor in the politics of every county and state. To achieve that is to break the ties with Wall Street forever, and to become a straight-talking, internally democratic, transparent organization with a rainbow leadership that can draw widely diverse citizens and organizations into enduring membership or coalition. Such a party has an explicit, persuasive program that activists can use in organizing. It no longer speaks to the people in meaningless language. It invites conscientious citizens into full-time, full-fledged, card-carrying, dues-paying, participatory membership.