Monday, September 23, 2013

one of the most important in the history scientific literature clearly shows the extent of the risks posed by emissions

Prime Minister will face a formidable dilemma next month with the release of the world's most authoritative report on climate change, providing a clear warning to scientists about the extent of the risks by rising levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.

Cameron to decide to keep the game in a noisy group of scientific skeptics in the Conservative Party, or rather listen to experts.

Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is one of the most important in the history scientific papers.

The first volume will be published next month, providing a complete analysis of the latest research on the basic science of climate change.

255 was prepared by scientists from universities and research institutes in 38 countries, which were controlled by governments around the world to consider all available evidence, including thousands scientific articles.

expert assessment of the IPCC has been one of the toughest in the history of science audit process, with more than 50,000 comments on the draft versions are available for Hundreds of people around the world, including climate change skeptics.

A draft was leaked by a skeptic at the beginning of this year, shows that the IPCC is for the first time since its inception in 1988, with the intention to provide a budget estimate emissions greenhouse should not be exceeded if the world is to have a reasonable avoid more than 2 ? C above pre-industrial temperatures warming luck.

governments of the world, climate change UN summit in Cancun, Mexico, in December 2010, decided that emissions of greenhouse gases must be reduced in order to avoid dangerous levels of climate change due to global warming of more than 2 ? C.

Many recent studies, which were reviewed by experts in the IPCC show that the proven reserves of fossil fuels, when burned, release enough carbon dioxide to create a strong probability that the increase the global average temperature of more than 2 ? C above the pre-industrial level by the end of this century.

efforts While more than 100 countries, including China, the United States and other major producers of greenhouse gas emissions have already committed and pledged to take measures against the national climate change, provided is insufficient and collectively mean that the emissions budget 2 ? C was broken in the coming decades.

countries negotiate a new international treaty, signed in 2015, the climate change summit in Paris to try to ensure that emission reductions are fairly comprehensive. The new IPCC report makes it clear that unless the upward trend reverses annual emissions, the world will almost sentenced to more than 2 ? C global warming, creating a prehistoric climate not seen since the Pliocene 3 million years ago, when ice sheets were much smaller and global sea level was about 20 meters higher than today.

Owen Paterson, who as Secretary of the Environment, the Minister responsible for the elastic UK against the impacts of climate change, has publicly advocated skeptical claims that emissions of greenhouse gases are responsible for global warming.

Worse, Paterson department fails to increase spending on defense against floods to account for rising sea level and stronger than the UK is already facing precipitation.

Meanwhile, the Chancellor made speeches that present a false choice between promoting growth and the fight against climate change, undermining private investment in the transition from UK economy with low carbon emissions.

and the Treasury was responsible for insisting that gas generation strategy, published last December before the public relations offensive to promote fracking, should also undertake a review of the carbon budgets in 2014 in the United Kingdom to weaken.

These cabinet members are invited by Lord Lawson, chairman of the Foundation policy of global warming, a lobbying group for climate change skeptics, Mr. Ridley, the former chairman of Northern Rock hereditary peer and Conservative Peter Lilley, completing his salary as an MP to work part-time as vice president of Tethys Petroleum.

Find best price for : --Ward----Cameron--

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Humans are very good at managing risk, except when it comes to the biggest risk we face - climate change

human beings in general are very risk averse. We buy insurance to protect our investments in homes and cars. For those of us who do not have universal health care and health insurance. We do not have the possibility - however remote -. Who could fail to prepare in case something bad happens to our homes, cars, and health

Climate change appears to be an important exception to this rule. Managing risks posed by climate change is not a priority for the public, despite the fact that a climate catastrophe of this century is a very real possibility, and that such an event would have a negative impact on all of us . For example, in my work, in the assessment of risks to the environment, if a contaminated site poses a cancer risk to humans more than 1 in 10, is considered one of 000-1 million which adds risk unacceptably high and must be reduced. This despite the fact that American has almost 1 in 2 chance of developing and 1 in 4 chance of dying from cancer (1-for-3 and 1-5 for an American woman, respectively).

for a chance of 42 percent of an average American developing cancer in his life, we are not ready to add another 0,001 percent. The reason is simple - really, really do not want cancer, and we believe that even a small additional risk unacceptable

however, do not share the aversion to the risks posed by climate change caused by man. These risks include more than half of the world's species potentially endangered, extreme weather such as heat waves more common, global food supply threatens the more frequent extreme weather, glaciers and resources associated with millions of people disappearing water, rising sea levels, coastal flooding, etc..

This is not a thin 1-1000000 risk, we see the consequences of serious damage to the environment


"I can not say the same thing [to do something] is not the best solution."

This argument, often made by climate hipsters shows a lack of understanding about risk management. I'm sure if I'm in a car accident, or if my house catches fire, or if I'm going to be seriously ill or injured in the coming years. This uncertainty has not prevented the purchase of auto, home and health. It's just a matter of prudent risk management, ensuring that we are prepared if something bad happens to something that we enjoy. This principle certainly applies to the global climate.

simply uncertainty is not our friend when it comes to risk. If uncertainty is high, it means a bad deal might not happen, but it also means that we can not exclude the possibility of a catastrophic event occurs. Inaction is justified only if we are sure that the bad result will not.

Sunday, September 1, 2013

major British charity report accuses the "failure of political will," it is the poor children have fewer chances in life

sleepwalking Britain risks in a world where inequality is so entrenched that our children grow up in a state of social " apartheid , according to a charity of the foreground.

In a damning report to be published next week , the National Bureau estimates for children in many ways, child poverty has become a major problem in the 1960s, when he been conducted a pioneering study , Born to Fail ? .

The report compares aspects of children's lives today data Born to Fail ? cohort study of 11 years , conducted in 1969. We find that many more children grow up in relative poverty today - 3.6 million compared to $ 2 million - and says that these children suffer devastating consequences " in his life "

he added. "Today, although there have been some improvements, in general, the situation looks better , and in some respects has worsened "

The report concludes that :

? A child from a disadvantaged background is much less likely to achieve a good level of development, four to one child in a privileged home.

? Children living in disadvantaged neighborhoods are more likely to be victims of accidental injury or an accident at home.

? Children in the poorest areas are nine times more likely than those living in affluent areas to have access to green spaces, places to play and live in an environment with better quality air .

? Children living in deprived areas are three times more likely to be obese than children who grow up in wealthy areas and girls are twice as likely .

" Our analysis shows that , despite some improvements, inequalities and disadvantages faced by the poorest children 50 years ago still exists today ," said Dr Hilary Emery, Chief management office.

comparisons are made with other countries and the lack of ambition makes children in the UK suffer unnecessarily developed . Consequently, the forms of disadvantage may become permanent members of our society .

charity requests that if the UK to follow the example of European countries which are considered the best places to grow up in the death of 172 children only unintentional injuries could be prevented each year , 320,000 more 15 - to 19 -year-old would be in education or training, and nearly 45,000 under 11 years are obese

the current and previous governments have made ??the fight against child poverty a key commitment . There was a consensus among politicians that must be done to help working parents to lift families out of poverty.

The authors highlighted the progress made in improving the access of young children to day- care centers. But keep in mind that most children growing up in poverty - 63% - have at least one parent or caregiver who is at work

Find best price for : --Born--

Saturday, August 24, 2013

union leader said errors in the introduction of the carbon price, but says he is not implying criticism of Julia Gillard

Kevin Rudd admitted mandate was to present the carbon tax in this term of government, which gives the center lines of the coalition of political crisis.

Speaking on ABC TV Insiders program on Sunday morning chain, Rudd said he was "the first to admit that in the past, [work] The government has a number of bad things, "and cited as an example:" I believe that our actions in the carbon tax were right and move me ... did not have a mandate to do so. "

also referred to its decision to resume shortly after the Prime Minister to bring forward the start of a variable price and the end of "tax" fixed carbon, saying: "A variable is the price best answer to an international market. "

former Prime Minister Julia Gillard promised during the election campaign of 2010, there would be a carbon tax under a government led (Labour promised an emissions trading system in an undefined time in the future).

has become the axis of the attack on the Coalition leader Tony Abbott after work agreed with the Greens and independents to start allowances trading scheme with a fixed price for three years, many said amounts to a tax on all but name.

But in the interview, before the launch of the Coalition Brisbane on Sunday morning, Rudd insisted he criticized his predecessor, and will not be done.

But he said Labour had got the big calls right, the economy, especially during the global financial crisis on the national broadband network in the health system and the hospital, schools and the national disability insurance scheme.

"These are great calls and many of Mr. Abbott received a call completely wrong," said Rudd.
Saturday after a backup Newspoll Guardian Lonergan notes that the seat of Griffith in Queensland, the Prime Minister is likely to be hijacked by the liberals.

investigation Thursday Guardian Lonergan showed Rudd drag his Liberal rival Bill Glasson 48-52 bipartisan basis preferred.
Saturday for the Australian weekend gave the same figures.
Find best price for : --Labor--

Monday, August 12, 2013

Like humans, climate scientists have a vested interest in getting the right policy on climate change

We scientists talk to each other ... much. Usually it comes out or techniques that can help you better understand the world around us. Sometimes, however, we talk about how to communicate our science in the world. We believe that our research is essential to help everyone make better decisions today to protect the future of us all.

During one of those conversations that I had with a colleague, Dr. Andrew Dessler, we come to the question of how scientists should defend the public. In particular, we focus on recently published an article in the Guardian myopic. After our conversation. Dr. Dessler writes his thoughts below in the context of this blog. Take Andy ...

"In a recent post for The Guardian, Dr Tamsin Edwards says that scientists should scrupulously avoid promoting specific policies - even going so far as to say that it is a "moral obligation."

The basic argument of Dr. Edward is that the general public is too stupid to understand the difference between science and scientific defense policy conversation. While most members of the general public are not scientists who are experts in the research are the experts and to discern what the practical importance of the opinion of experts. Arguing that we filter what we say to the general public so as not to confuse them is patronizing and greatly underestimated their intelligence and abilities.

collect and interpret evidence." Certainly can not believe it, but this is wrong. Cognitive research has shown that views on climate science can be explained almost entirely by the values ??of a person - for example, their views on the role of government.

The skeptical argument that "scientists are political supporters" is nothing more than a post hoc rationalization for rejecting the expert opinion of the world scientific community, allowing skeptics to come a conclusion consistent with their values. While scientists have been promoting policies, skeptics simply think of another excuse to reject the advice of scientific experts. Blaming scientists skeptical of irrationality is hopelessly naive.

So what I think scientists should do? Firstly, I think it depends on each individual researcher to decide where to draw the line. If Dr. Edwards is uncomfortable talking about a carbon tax, then you definitely should not talk. When I speak in public about climate change, I feel comfortable saying that, as a citizen who happens to know a lot about science, I strongly support action to reduce GHG emissions. If people want more details, I can add that political experts agree that the key policy action we must take is a price on carbon, which can be achieved either a carbon tax or cap-and-trade.
Find best price for : --Dessler----Andrew----Guardian--

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

A university seeks to analyze the e-mails from students to staff to detect negative comments. Is this ministry, or "ethics of fear"?

few years ago, the library of the University of Huddersfield establishes a connection. They realized that the analysis of the electronic footprint left whenever a student stole the library, borrow a book or seen something online, and put them together with other student records not only could help improve library services, but also address more fundamental questions about how students learn. Using the library, for example, related to the way students and academic achievement?


The answer turned out to be emphatic. Charting library use against academic achievement found that students who do not use the library were more than seven times more likely to leave their degree they did.

from next school year, the collection and analysis of data will become a formal part of Huddersfield teaching and learning strategy. By collecting information about what students are doing, for example, if they attend classes and how they are executed, including their strengths and weaknesses, the university is that the staff and students more aware of what works - and act accordingly. This will impact on the design staff of how the program of studies, during the term of the plan and make decisions about the type of learning support needed by different groups of students or individuals .

"We are looking in terms of student achievement," says Cath Ellis, director of teaching and learning in the School of Music, Humanities and Media at Huddersfield. "How can we get more students outside the range of 2.1 to the first class? "


not the only university to develop the potential of the data. While students in the next Parliament will be better informed than any previous cohort of institutions that have chosen to participate through social networks and two new sets of key information that enables them to compare different aspects of college life, institutions also be better informed than ever about their students.

While universities have systematically collected information on student years - his family background books removed from the library - the rise of computers and improving digital skills now offer the opportunity to rebuild together. It could fundamentally change the way they operate institutions - as well as ethical and privacy challenging

"It's almost losing things, generated as a byproduct of communications, and previously had nothing to do with it," says Rob Englebright, head of the JISC program, which promotes the use of digital technologies in education. "Now we can watch and patterning."

What trends

universities choose to look, and how they use what they find, varies. Some use these so-called analysis of more effective marketing data, others to identify the most effective way to gather a research grant, others to manage staff performance, and much to help prevent school dropout.

one of the first institutions to use data to facilitate retention was Purdue University in Indiana, four years ago presented a semaphore set whenever the students enrolled in the website the course. He warned they were likely to fail (red light), with the behavior of the previous student. A red signal came up with suggestions on how to get back on track to green, participating in help sessions or more.

Since then, some British universities have developed similar systems, such as the University of Derby. It examines how students participate in the university in general, including not only the way they interact with the virtual learning environment, but also if they are the captain of the rugby team and their use of parking.

John Lamb, a student leader of Derby project experience, said: "The staff said that the information gathered would be invaluable help to understand that students come and face challenges.". She says they also help universities after committing students while being useful for writing academic references.

Ellis acknowledges that the idea also presents challenges for the staff, because data analysis monitors your behavior and that of their students. Also potentially increases their workload. She cites anecdotal evidence that some schools are bombarded with personal information about their students without help work out what it means or what to do with it, which raises questions about where the responsibility if nothing is fits on the form.

And while many students are encouraged to see that their behavior is not up to it, others do not. "Having these data and draw conclusions from it does not mean you need to show students or tutors, as it may do more harm than good," says Ellis. "We are still assessing the impact."

Englebright recognizes that look large datasets on "moral fear", because it affects how universities allocate resources. A danger is that they can identify the demographic groups most likely to give up and stop hiring, or decide not to spend money to support students who may leave.
Find best price for : --Union----College----Ellis----Loughborough----Purdue----Cath----Huddersfield----university--

Monday, July 15, 2013

the church of San Pedro, Manchester, Rose Lipman Building, corner of Leytonstone Library, London

mired in mud, stained with blood and muttering fight witchily so close to the public that viewers wince at Claymores, this awareness

Macbeth is the ultimate International Theatre Festival in Manchester. It is a dual purpose by Kenneth Branagh. Taking the title role and share the address with Rob Ashford. However, at least in the designer Christopher Oram. The most powerful imagination in visual production.

Branagh has clear authority on Shakespeare. It beats by verse, refreshing and treat it as information rather than self-expression. It deciphers complex passages and make sense close to home, so that the summary appears immediately. His "out, out, brief candle", published in trouble, is a metaphysical speculation least a lament for his wife. However, its natural power loosens when their interpretation is clear speech and asparagus with effects. At critical moments his speech is also fractured his thoughts and babbles. It is barely able to spit out the word "murder." Ingenious, but it was enough stutter.

There execution alongside some candid (especially Ray Fearon), a visible smooth action. Alex Kingston is a particular cause. As slow as Branagh's fast, it is marble and declamatory, with some strange accents. In the sleepwalking scene she jabs her robotic fingers.

does not speak, but the staging that takes you to the heart of the

Macbeth . It was an inspired movement to establish the most afflicted guilt and spirit of Shakespeare's works in a disused church. It was a clever move to press the action in a long strip with the public on the wooden benches on each side. Battles (the first scenes show the struggles, rather than the state) silent pause and space soaked by rain. The dramatic contrasts of the work can be seen at a glance. At the end of the altar is a tangle of golden candles gradually extinguished during the night. The other is a dark wood wall, witches erupted when he burst hidden doors. Rain occasionally through these tables. Darkness reigns. It is a revelation about


, but a truth. Live National Theatre production will be broadcast on Saturday.

Circle Mirror Transformation
is low, with a fairly predictable curve echoes in art and life is helped by it. However, the ability of Macdonald as a director is paused and plaiting words together to make a normal look good and a good sparkling Thurs She specializes in a small theater moments.

Find best price for : --McGuire----Kristin----Davy----Imelda----Branagh----Leytonstone--

Monday, July 8, 2013

former Democratic governor is launching a campaign in New York, five years after his resignation in mid prostitution scandal

former Governor Eliot Spitzer voters planned to meet Monday in Manhattan, while the release of their post-political comeback attempt scandal -. A career working in New York City Controller

Spitzer also collect signatures during the midday appearance in Union Square. Applicants to the entire city as a controller to have 3,750 signatures of registered voters in Thursday's game voters.

Democrat who resigned in 2008 because of a prostitution scandal, has spoken in the past about the possibility that an auditor's work to investigate corporate crime. This would be similar to what he did as Attorney General of the State, when it was known as the "Sheriff of Wall Street".

Spitzer, married with three children, has returned to public life as a commentator, with shows on CNN, Current TV and NY1.

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer was the largest among the candidates to become the next chief prosecutor of the city of New York. It has raised more than $ 3.5 million and spent about $ 566,000, records campaign finance exposure of the city, while its rivals have yet to report any expenditure or financing.

Find best price for : --Eliot----Weiner----Anthony----Kristin----Julia----Street----Stringer----Scott----John----Wall----Union----Manhattan----Spitzer----York--

Sunday, July 7, 2013

BP faces fight in court to argue that the rules adopted after Gulf of Mexico oil spill is undergoing fraudulent claims

Deepwater Horizon oil spill has had terrible consequences indisputable. 11 people were killed when the BP oil rig exploded April 20, 2010, and uncontrolled oil in the Gulf of Mexico for 86 days immersion

After that, however, the image becomes darker. Hundreds of thousands of people and businesses affected by the disaster, but as each month passes, there are more than 10,000 applicants. Tomorrow, BP's lawyers will appear in court in New Orleans to argue that their huge repair bill is not synchronized with the facts and attacks fraudsters.

BP again tries to argue that the agreement last year to compensate victims of the oil spill are abused "fraudulent claims, excessive or improper."

oil giant is not the only concern that the compensation system is being abused. Last week, Carl Barbier, who oversees the case of civil damages against BP billionaires appointed Louis Freeh, former FBI chief judge and judge, to investigate allegations of misconduct in the office that administers applications compensation.

So far, the company has had little luck arguing against the regime that was established last March. A panel of three judges hearing the appeal tomorrow, in which each side has 20 minutes to present their case. BP argues that the Compensation Committee does not consider the recognized legal meaning of words like "recipes" and "utility" in the way they evaluate the claims. BP is represented by Theodore Olsen, a lawyer from Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher who was Attorney General George W Bush and has an impressive record, but observers say the case is particularly difficult.

"They [BP] has lost the first round because the judge said he had written the words and did not want to live with him," said Fadel Gheit, managing director and analyst at Oppenheimer Wall Street Bank. "The idea was that in good faith wanted to help the people of this region, many people have been seriously affected. What we did not expect is that the other party would enjoy. "

"Anything can happen in Louisiana," said Daniel Jacobs, visiting professor at the UCLA Institute of the Environment and sustainability teacher. However, Jacobs also said BP would struggle to overthrow a plan that the company he had created.

oil allocated $ 8.2 billion (€ 5.3 billion) to settle claims that it is burning through this fund much faster than expected. Ken Feinberg, the administrator of origin, provided $ 6.1 billion for 221,000 candidates before being replaced in March by Patrick Juneau, Louisiana lawyer who was considered more encouraging for candidates than its predecessor.

With new casting applications Gheit, BP and others say that many of them are fraudulent or, at least, extend the terms of the legal basis for the granting of the application beyond what should be legally acceptable. If the call is successful BP, the oil company would be entitled to claim the money has already been paid to some companies and their lawyers.

New Orleans, the disaster can be a lucrative business for some. Hurricanes regularly cause damage along the Gulf Coast and insurance scams are commonplace, Gheit. A letter of attorney to sell the business demands BP said: "The craziest thing about the thing is that you can be compensated for losses that are not related to the oil spill"

For BP, it is an example of improper claims, while Wall lawyers argue that the company was compensated by good reason, that the profitability of the company does not reduce 2 million in losses suffered after the local authorities have flooded breeding crocodile to stop the invading oil.

According to Jacobs, these disagreements are inevitable, given that the settlement agreement is more than 1000 pages and leaves much room for legal maneuver.

Find best price for : --Feinberg----Barbier----Juneau----Jacobs----UCLA----Daniel----Street----Wall----Fadel----Horizon----Deepwater--

Friday, July 5, 2013

While Americans celebrate their glory Foundation Fireworks July 4th clarify certain things about the ancient world, too

For citizens of the United States, July 4 - Independence Day - is definitely a birthday to celebrate and celebrate. As founder John Adams wrote to his wife Abigail, the day Congress approved the Declaration of Independence "should be celebrated with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, lights joy and illuminations, from one end of this continent to the other, from now on forever. "So it is. And like millions of Americans do, I will join friends and neighbors for a barbecue and fireworks of the watch.

But of course, for a person of English abroad, living in the United States, not the same. Not that I'm mourning the loss of the colonies - in fact, I like the ritual of joke as a "Limey" or "Brit", now a guest of immigrants in the country that the Mad King George lost. Today I have my green card, I try to be fluent in American English, I have a U.S. driver's license, I'm still a supporting member of the National Public Radio in two states .. . in this land of immigrants, I feel more comfortable as belonging as they come.

But I'm not a citizen. I have not learned to love the stars and stripes. And I never learned by heart the text of the Bill of Rights. Thus, the "highlights" are great, but it is inevitable that I see with a certain detachment.

And indeed, a hangover of envy. While Americans provide for freedom from tyranny, every summer, the British obtained a royal wedding both ten years maybe, if we're lucky.

not as if we the motherland could not find a good birthday of our own to celebrate. We Constitution, after all. But can we expect the British to celebrate the "habeas corpus streets Parties" for the 800 in 2015

But if some concessions intimidated rebel barons of King John at Runnymede in 1215, Americans in 1776 were released from the monarchical principle once and for all. Thomas Paine emigrated to the United States - and with him went all those democratic ideals wonderfully seditious common sense and human rights. He leaves behind a country that never had a formal written constitution or bill of rights.

And this despite the fact that England


So Putney debates are remembered as a founder of British democracy when, in the way each primary school in the United States know that the Declaration of Independence in American democracy? I do not think so.

Find best price for : --Independence----British----American----Runnymede----John--

Sunday, June 30, 2013

U.S. Secretary of State to ensure even face to face meeting between Israeli and Palestinian leaders

The U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, left Israel on Sunday at the end of his fifth visit since March without obtaining the price of a face to face meeting between Israeli and Palestinian leaders, who was the first time in nearly three years.

After three days of intense shuttle diplomacy between Jerusalem, Ramallah and the Jordanian capital, Amman, Kerry said he had made progress, but there is still work to do.

had apparently hoped to convene a summit to four lanes - talking about negotiations - between Israel, Palestine, Jordan and the United States later this week, but makes no mention of this in a conference Press shortly before takeoff Brunei.

"I am pleased to say that we have made real progress on this path," he said. "And I think with a little more work, the start of negotiations on the final status could be at hand."

He added: "Road with very large spaces, and we have significantly reduced

"We have some specific details and work is ongoing, but I am absolutely certain that we are on the right track and all parties are working in good faith to achieve the right place."

Both parties were invited early to return to the region, he said. "I think your request ... is a sign that share a cautious optimism."

Israel says it is ready to negotiate without preconditions, but has so far refused to meet Palestinian demands.

Netanyahu said the Palestinians must recognize Israel as a Jewish state. A said Sunday that Israel would security and to any agreement that the Israeli public in a referendum.

Find best price for : --John----Dhabi----Netanyahu----Kerry----Israel--

Friday, June 28, 2013

some 180 journalists have been locked out of his South Korean newspaper Hankook Ilbo, by the owner, Chang Jae-ku, for nearly two weeks.

staff was blocked by security guards at the entrance to his office on June 15 after some of them had filed a complaint with the Attorney Chang Seoul accused of "abuse of trust" paper handling.

According to the Korea Herald, he used force to expel two journalists who were already inside. Some staff members were dismissed, including the editor, Lee Young-sung.

journalists responded to the blockade by organizing a series of protests outside the offices and formed a committee Hankook Ilbo union of emergency, which issued a statement to the international press:

"This is not a simple dispute between a union and a company s'. The struggle of the 180 reporters and editors who gathered for the sole purpose of punishing the corrupt business owner attempting to exploit the writing system for their own personal gain, and to restore the legitimacy of Hankook newspaper Ilbo as authentic. "

press watchdog freedom Paris-based Reporters Without Borders issued a strongly worded statement in support staff:

"Chang direct interference in the composition of the editorial staff of the newspaper, to protect against possible legal implications, it is terrible.

urge the court to order him to stop journalists prohibiting workplace to put an end to the serious consequences that this case has had on the production and dissemination of new Hankook Ilbo. "

Find best price for : --Korea--

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Unlike Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning, Brown is not a celebrity. However, after helping expose a dirty tricks plot, faces jail

Any attempt to reduce the huge U.S. surveillance device exposed by denouncing Edward Snowden will be useless unless the government and the companies are subject to greater control. The case of journalist and Barrett Brown is an example.

Brown made a splash in February 2011, helping them to discover "Team Themis", a project by contractors of information held by Bank of America to destroy the pirates known as anonymous society and journalists sympathetic silent as Glenn Greenwald (now with guard, but then with Hall). The campaign would have involved a collection of entrepreneurs: Booz Allen Hamilton, a multi-player and former intelligence industry employer Snowden, Palantir, a suit and funded PayPal inspiration that sells "data mining software and analysis of trace human social networks for against-espionage "and HBGary Federal, a candidate for council in the field of intelligence

history Themis team began in late 2010, when WikiLeaks Julian Assange said would release documents that describe an "ecosystem of corruption [which] could bring down a bank or two." S 'expectation that could be targeted for Assange, Bank of America has entered the mode of damage control and, as the New York Times, "a team of senior officials 15-20 Bank of America ... traveling thousands of documents if they are made public. "To oversee the review, the Bank of America Booz Allen Hamilton

few days later, Bank of America maintains the law firm and well connected of Hunton & Williams, reports that have been recommended by the Ministry of Justice. Hunton & Williams quickly email HBGary Federal, Palantir and Berico, but, in turn, "offer several plans to attack," WikiLeaks and Greenwald. In fact, Hunton & Williams had contacted the top three high-tech companies in October 2010, at the request of the Chamber of Commerce to see if it was attacked by the Union supported by union activists.

The new player, Aaron Barr, CEO of HBGary Federal has started to create personal folders employees Hunton & Williams to show its value as a means of social Ninja - way to convince your signature law that could form on the dangers of social networking. Barr was eager to generate revenue for its subsidiary in difficulty.

According proposal Team Themis, partners suggested the creation of false documents and false characters damaging progressive organizations as "ThinkProgress, the labor coalition called Change to Win, SEIU, United States . Camera Watch and StopTheChamber. com ". According to wire reports, the three companies plan to charge the Chamber of Commerce for $ 2ma month. However, even if (as emails leaks show) the parties to the plan came and went over how to share the spoils nothing came.

Then Hunton & Williams presented the proposed Bank of America, and HBGary Federal, Palantir and Berico in action. On December 2, three days after warning Assange, Aaron Barr developed the plan to launch "cyber attacks" on WikiLeaks.


high-tech companies "- which Anonymous hacked and Barrett Brown helped to publicize - tactics listed under:

"feed [ing] the fuel between the opposing groups. Disinformation. Creating messages about sabotage or discredit the opposing organization. Submit fake documents and then call the error."

also proposed "cyber attacks" using social media "to profile and identify risky behavior of employees" and "make people understand that if they support the organization we will get of them, "implying threats. There were also discussions of email attack journalists with a "liberal bias", specifically naming Greenwald. Some aspects of the proposal Themis team recalled a flight plan in 2008 against espionage against WikiLeaks Pentagon.

In early January, the emails from HBGary Federal shows plans for a meeting with Booz Allen Hamilton, apparently about plans Barr against WikiLeaks and Anonymous. At this stage, it is bought Barr scheme - as he boasted to the Financial Times, February 4, 2012, he had used Facebook, Twitter and other social networks to identify "leaders" of Anonymous

Barr believes that had attracted the interest of "the FBI, the Director of National Intelligence, and the U.S. Army." In fact, he had just made a marked man: two days later, as Wired reported, Anonymous "fell site [HBGary Federal] stole their e-mails, data removes society, or destroyed Twitter Barr and remotely wiped his iPad. "For his part, Brown has created PM Project", a variety of source wiki-based entrepreneurs government intelligence "to deepen through the tens of thousands of emails extracted from HBGary Federal servers.

A key element in the story refers to the fact that, according to one of the emails disclosed, the companies hope that "if you can show that Wikileaks organizes data in some countries will continue easier. "The hacked emails also revealed, Forbes reported that Barr hoped to sell information about members of Anonymous to the FBI. The fact that Barr was fueling the interest of security agencies with a record of alleged members of Anonymous that contain incorrect names meant that innocent people have been jailed if he had succeeded in his plan.

resigned Barr and HBGary Federal was then closed. But the story does not stop there. In July 2011, the Anonymous-linked "AntiSec" open Booz Allen Hamilton and won 90,000 e-mails. An indictment that grew out of the cache is that BAH had worked with HBGary Federal "to develop a software that allows you to create multiple fake social media profiles to infiltrate groups and manipulate the review sites and discredit people and to match the identity of the characters online offline. "

"How long will the government continue journalists covering contractors information? Brown was one of the first to report on the output plane of Glenn Greenwald.

"Booz Allen Hamilton was clear [former employer of Edward Snowden complainant] was in consultation with the NSA, at least, to support the program of mass surveillance, and it was one of the protagonists hunted Barrett at the time of arrest. "

Find best price for : --Barrett----Rolling----Director----Federal----Change----Barr----Aaron----Palantir----Williams----Hunton----WikiLeaks----Assange----Julian----Themis----Team----HBGary----Allen----Booz----Greenwald----Glenn----Anonymous----America----Bank----Brown----Edward--

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Find best price for : --Dhaka--

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Find best price for : --Turkish----Kerry----Abdullah----Ankara----John--

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Chinese demonstrators shout slogans during a protest against a planned refinery project in downtown Kunming in southwest China's Yunnan province, Thursday, May 16, 2013. About 2,000 demonstrators concerned about pollution took to the streets in southern China to protest plans for a planned refinery on the outskirts of Kunming. Placards and T-shirts read: "The placards read: "No to Kunming PX, (paraxylene)." (AP Photo/Aritz Parra)

Find best price for : --China--
Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Yesterday was the 95th anniversary of the birth of Richard Feynman, one of the greatest scientists of the 20th century. An unusual excuse for a party

Tonight Chris Riley BBC2 show a documentary about a remarkable man, Richard Feynman. Yesterday, on the 95th anniversary of the birth of Feynman, Riley showed some clips and discussed the program, and the man, with Robin Ince, Christopher Sykes and public Bloomsbury Theatre. Feynman Sykes met several times and has made three films with him, starting with "The pleasure of finding things." Sykes wanted Riley said he met Feynman. I felt the same.

There were two events in the Bloomsbury organized by Ince. In the afternoon, discussion with Riley and Sykes, plus a conversation to me, and by the end of science, music and comedy show. Robin excels in putting them together, whether in the cause of libel reform, Mayan prophecies or just Christmas.

I will not say that the show last night (as it was myself at the end, I missed a lot of nails biting into the green room and try to get more Cup England). However, the little that I saw correctly, Tamsin Edwards analyzed the scientific evidence that it is, in fact, Feynman, so why all models are wrong (but not all as bad ...). With Petrie sang a new song based on Feynman wrote a letter to his first wife, Arline, after his death. I found it very moving, do not consider the possibility of Tom and Andrew Pontzen Whyntie make me laugh a lot after. But yes, a lot. And the aurora borealis Greta Santagata stress that accompanies the depth added by Lucie Green was the perfect finish of the first half. Sister Joan Feynman success is an astrophysicist who has made progress in understanding the dawn (and, by convention, not his brother to study the phenomenon.)

dismay not at all, of course. He was more aware than anyone else that science has no holy books. This is a work in progress - the joy of discovering things

Anyway, I recommend BBC2 tonight.

Find best price for : --Pontzen----Feynman----Bloomsbury----Riley----Chris----Richard--

"What was my most embarrassing moment? When I wet on stage

Olivia Colman, 39, was born in Norfolk. She studied at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and then played Sophie in the Channel 4 sitcom Peep Show. She appeared in the film Le Donk and Scor Shane Meadows-zay-zee and was Carol Thatcher in The Iron Lady. In 2011, she starred in the debut of Paddy Considine, Tyrannosaur, and won a Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. His latest film is Hyde Park On Hudson and his television roles include recent Rev, twenty twelve and Broadchurch. She starred alongside Considine in ITV period drama criminal suspicions of Mr. Whicher II, which starts tomorrow.

when you were happy?

When my first husband and I said that we love in our student apartment in Cambridge.

What is your first memory?

I remember that in the hands of my mother as a baby.

What is the trait you most deplore in yourself?

I cross and cry.

What is the trait you most deplore in others?

Being rude and obnoxious.

What was your most embarrassing moment

When I wet on stage - it's in the book David Mitchell. The miser and we did had a lot of fast and David never managed to get the bow to the right place. It became too much to bear, wondering what would have under his chin every time I turned around.

What do you like about your appearance?

My eyebags and bit midway between the knee and armpit.

What would your costume of choice?

Superman -. But he has a mask, so that Batman

Who would play you in the movie of your life?

If I choose someone much hotter and bigger than me, Phoebe Waller-Bridge. It is one of the funniest women I've ever met.

What is your most disgusting habit?

not know. I went with my husband and friends for so long, I forgot what it is not interesting for new people.

What is your favorite smell?


Find best price for : --Olivia----David--

Sunday, May 12, 2013

They help to collect taxes, to promote tourism and protect the environment, but animals in Japan can not escape controversy

is a true household name in a country where celebrities are ten a penny. Her cheeks are pink and unreadable expression on hundreds of products, candy and snacks rice bags, stationery and toys -. Part of a business portfolio worth ? 30 billion last year almost

Not bad for a black teddy bear with a playful series, which has grown from its humble beginnings to promote a new season of high-speed train in southern Japan to become the animal Company quintessential country.

Kumamon - a combination of the words home Kumamoto prefecture and the local pronunciation of my, or "things" - has built a following to rival that of his compatriot and Paddington bear cub since he was called to animal the most popular pet in Japan two years ago.

He is the undisputed king of single characters or yuru Kyara - National Fraternity about 1000 different animals that bring a touch of whimsy to the serious business of tax collection and preservation of the environment, spots promoting tourism and regional specialties.

Prince Pickles is animated face of Japan Self-Defense Forces, while Pipo-kun is the Tokyo Metropolitan Police. Eeta-kun, whose head looks like a computer screen, encourages people to file their taxes online.

The Liberal Democratic Party plans to release animals government of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Party Secretary General Shigeru Ishiba in the electorate before the elections to the upper chamber this summer.

bad behavior among Japanese animal has ever equaled the infamous altercation between Wolfie and the Three Little Pigs in Bristol City v Wolves football match at the end of 1990, but even cuter yuru Kyara was involved in controversy.

spare a thought for Pluto-kun, or Little Mr. Pluto, which appeared in the mid-1990s, to soften the image of plutonium for the nuclear industry in Japan.

With her angelic face and a green helmet with the chemical symbol for plutonium, Pluto-kun fell out of favor after visiting one in which a child who downs a glass of educational animation plutonium, no apparent sequelae.

spare a thought for Sento-kun, who debuted in 2008 as the "personification of the energy" of the ancient capital of Nara, as he was about to celebrate the 1300th birthday.

Find best price for : --Kumamon----Pickles--

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

The Cut, Halesworth

lively, original voices are rare in the conformity of the time. But Thomas Eccleshare, whose ministry is one of five new jobs in the core of the HighTide party this year in the city of Suffolk Halesworth, has a peculiarity. He took the well-known impending ecological disaster and treated as black, surreal comedy theme.

Anna Calder-Marshall played with impassive hilarity, an old girl named Moll who is reluctant to leave his apartment, despite worrying signs: Vol panic in the city, the army in the streets and Nature becomes mad, reeds and wild mushrooms bursting through the pavement and voles seen leaving Paperchase. In Michael's extraordinary design, furniture and floors collapsing and oak comes crashing through the window. But as England comes to a virgin forest and Moll is abandoned by his son and two of their neighbors, which is based in the company of a strange boy named Beau legendary Arthur.

In Halesworth Rifle Hall, had less in Moth: a room 60 minutes from Melbourne by Declan Greene two troubled teenagers. A, Sebastian, has religious visions which he believes he has inherited the martyrdom of the saint of the same name, a dream that led him to lose the friendship of his tormented friend Claryssa. Stacey Gregg Jordan Mifsud and vigorously and skillfully directed Puwanarajah Prasanna, but this fantasy of persecution and domination teenager feels like pigs Enda Walsh drive without verbal exuberance.

• What have you gone to see lately? Tell us on Twitter using # GdnReview

Find best price for : --Pastoral----Greene----Declan----Rifle----Moll--

Saturday, April 27, 2013

last minute lobbying to influence the vote in Brussels to stop the use of nerve agents killer

Europe is on the verge of a historic ban widely used insecticides in the world, who have been increasingly linked to a significant drop in the number of bees. Despite intense lobbying British ministers secretly and chemical companies against the ban, revealed in documents obtained by the Observer

a vote is expected in Brussels on Monday to lead the suspension of nerve agents.

bees and other insects that are essential to global food production as they pollinate three-quarters of all cultures. The figures plummeting pollinators in recent years has been attributed to disease, habitat loss and more, the almost ubiquitous neonicotinoid pesticides use.

The prospect of a ban has caused a fierce campaign behind the scenes. In a letter published in the


under freedom of information rules, the environment secretary, Owen Paterson, the chemical company Syngenta said last week that he was "very disappointed" by the ban proposed by the European Commission. He said that "the UK has been very active" in opposition "Our efforts will continue and intensify in the coming days."

Publicly, the ministers expressed their concern about the bees, with David Cameron said. "If we do not solve our bee populations, serious consequences follow"

chemical companies that make billions of products also lobbied hard with Syngenta, even threatening to sue the European Union responsible individual involved in the publication of a report found pesticides pose an unacceptable risk to bees, according to documents seen by the Observer

. The report of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), led the Commission to propose a suspension of two years to three neonicotinoids. "EFSA has provided a solid foundation for scientific research background and suspension" folder, said a spokesman for the Commission.


A series of high-profile scientific studies are related to huge losses in the number of queens produced significant increases and the bees have "disappeared" - those who did not return travel Food. Pesticide manufacturers and British ministers have argued that science is not conclusive and that the ban would hurt food production, but environmentalists say the damage resulting from pollinator die is even greater.

"This is a historic vote," said Joan Walley MP, Chair of the Green parliamentary oversight, the audit committee of the environment, including the recent report on pollinators condemned "extraordinary complacency "in government. Walley said: "You have to have evidence, but we must also take the precautionary principle - which is the center of this debate"

Julian Little, spokesman for Bayer CropScience, said: "Call me an optimist, but I still think the commission see the field of view, there is much evidence to demonstrate the use safe [and] whenever the state. members who reject the apparent trend Museum of Agriculture in the European Union. "However, Bulgaria is the only one known to have changed their voting intentions and reverse its opposition countries.

Find best price for : --EFSA----Bayer----Mark----Paterson----Walley----Joan----bees----David----Syngenta----Owen--

Blog Archive