Trudeau only leader to visit Sask. in first two weeks Ridings to Watch: Benson fights for second term in Saskatoon West battleground Saskatoon Liberals cheer Trudeau one day after blackface scandal breaks Scheer to focus on cost of living during Saskatoon visit Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer’s campaign is scheduled to land in Saskatoon this weekend.Scheer is set to attend an event at the Saskatoon Farmers’ Market at 3 p.m. on Saturday alongside Conservative candidate Brad Redekopp, who is seeking to defeat NDP incumbent Sheri Benson in Saskatoon West.That will make Scheer the second federal party leader to stop in Saskatoon since the election was called on Sept. 11. Liberal leader Justin Trudeau was in the city for a town hall meeting last Thursday amid his blackface scandal.Scheer’s decision to concentrate on Saskatoon West makes sense strategically, since it is the only Saskatoon riding not held by the Conservatives, and one of only a few in the province that are in play.Kevin Waugh and Corey Tochor, the Conservative candidates for Saskatoon–Grasswood and Saskatoon–University, as well as Kelly Block, who is seeking re-election in Carlton Trail–Eagle Creek, are also expected to attend.Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet,but your article continues below.Redekopp hopes a growing desire for change in Ottawa will carry him to victory, while Benson is banking on her constituency work over the last four years generating enough support for a second term.Scheer, who represents the Regina–Qu’Appelle riding, was last in Saskatoon in July. He spent the first part of the week in Ontario and Quebec, and was campaigning in British Columbia on Thursday.NDP leader Jagmeet Singh, Green Party leader Elizabeth May and People’s Party leader Maxime Bernier have yet to announce or make campaign stops in the province.Canadians go to the polls on Oct. email@example.com/macphersonaRelated
Lee Moon, spokesman for the Hunt Saboteurs Association, said: “We will monitor the National Trust website. If they are trail hunting then there’s no issue. We believe, however, that they are illegally hunting and killing foxes on National Trust land.”A trust spokesman said they were simply making public details of the licence which includes a broad location and the planned dates. Specific information, such as start and finishing points which may often include hotels and pubs, are not included, he added. The row over the National Trust’s decision to publish details of hunts intensified yesterday amid fears that countryside businesses could become the target of animal rights activists.The move to post details of meet locations and times on trust property has raised the prospect that pubs, hotels, veterinary clinics and even farriers that trade with hunts could become victims of online “trolling”, where activists use the internet to try to destroy a company’s reputation.Online platforms such as Facebook, YouTube and customer ratings websites have been used by animal rights campaigners to denounce companies connected to hunts.The trust’s website will now be monitored by hunt saboteur groups so they can attend legal trail hunting, where hounds and huntsmen chase a scent, in the hope of spotting them illegally killing a fox. Huntsmen and saboteurs face each other during a meet in WiltshireCredit:Matt Cardy/Getty Images They also will be better able to see what local businesses offer support to the hunts, raising the prospect that militant activists could target them.Nigel Smith, landlord of the Fleece Inn on trust land in Bretforton near Evesham, said he was targeted online after his 15th Century pub hosted a hunt breakfast.“I believe in upholding the traditions of the countryside,” he said. “But, about three years ago I had a breakfast for the North Cotswold Hunt and had people trolling me online.“While I support the trust being honest and open about the trail hunts, I think they should make clear that these hunts are legal and not fox hunts. People need to be fully informed. I would now think twice about holding another hunt breakfast after people online said they would not come to the pub. I’m not saying I won’t do it again. But, I have to consider it carefully.”Reverend John Bundock was targeted on Facebook after he was filmed by hunt saboteurs blessing the hounds at a hunt that went through the trust’s Slindon Estate in West Sussex.“I wasn’t aware that they were filming or that footage had been posted on the internet,” said the retired Anglican priest, who does not hunt but accepted a request to attend a meet because it was a legal trail hunt.“I know there are people who do participate in anti-hunt activities and they can get out of control and there is ill feeling and potential violence.“I’m not quite sure why the National Trust wants to publicise these details. It seems a bit unnecessary.” In recent years, there have been hoax bomb threats at a Blackburn hotel that hosted a hunt ball, bad reviews and ratings for pubs used by hunts, and even online calls to boycott veterinary clinics that have treated injured hounds.Polly Portwin, head of hunting at the Countryside Alliance, said: “It is of huge concern that not only the tenants of the land may be impacted by the publication of meets, but also rural businesses too, particularly those which hunt supporters may frequent.”Pubs and other venues that support legal trail-hunting activities have previously experienced harassment both at their establishments and online by anti-hunting extremists.”Fake and abusive online reviews regularly have a negative impact on these businesses, despite the fact they are only supporting a legal activity.”Lou Berry, of This is Hunting UK, said some activists try to “ruin” businesses connected to legal trail hunting with online slurs.“Over the last six months we have worked with about 40 business that have become innocent victims of a vitriolic campaign of hate because they have connections to legal trail hunts.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
www.techventurenews.com reports the recent announcement from electric car maker Tesla Motors to construct the biggest lithium-ion battery factory in the world – likely in Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico or Texas. Tesla stated: “As we at Tesla reach for our goal of producing a mass market electric car in approximately three years, we have an opportunity to leverage our projected demand for lithium ion batteries to reduce their cost faster than previously thought possible. The Gigafactory is designed to reduce cell costs much faster than the status quo and, by 2020, produce more lithium ion batteries annually than were produced worldwide in 2013.“By the end of the first year of volume production of our mass market vehicle, we expect the Gigafactory will have driven down the per kWh cost of our battery pack by more than 30%.”This factory will disrupt the car and the battery industry for the foreseeable future. By 2020 it will produce enough lithium-ion batteries to service 500,000 electric cars. Tesla – with a market cap of $31 billion – is already using half of all the batteries made for electric cars for its Model S car.Tesla’s “giga-factory” would more than double the current global lithium ion battery production. There is 10 to 30 times more graphite in a lithium-ion battery than lithium. Therefore, the demand for graphite is going to grow substantially. In 2013 China produced 70% of the world’s graphite but it has recently restricted exports by instituting an export tax. China’s graphite grades and quality of its production are also decreasing. The world’s demand for large flake, high purity graphite is increasing exponentially.US technology driven companies (ones that use lithium Ion batteries) like Tesla will demand a stable domestic graphite supply to guarantee their needs for future production. Of the many companies aiming to supply the demand, USA’s Graphite One appears to be well positioned. The US currently imports 100% of its graphite. The company is developing the largest, high-grade, large flake graphite deposit in the USA and North America for that matter – the only one of its kind.The project has over $4 billion worth of graphite in the ground according to the last resource estimate the company made public. To put that in perspective, that’s enough graphite to supply the needs of growing US demand for the next generation.“It is exciting seeing one of the most significant, coarse flake graphite resources in the world grow with every drill hole,” stated Anthony Huston, GPH President and CEO for Graphite One in an interview with Financial Press, “an advanced stage graphite deposit in the US is a significant advantage, for both permitting, funding and off take strategies in the near future.”The Graphite One deposit is scalable and could exceed 1,000 Mt. The ease of extraction is a competitive advantage. Since the deposit is exposed at surface with no overburden along the face of the mountain, the cost of extraction will be low, offering a strong competitive edge. Graphite One could be a low cost producer to buyers of technology-driven graphite products.Last week’s announcement by Tesla was not only a game changer for the auto industry. It will be a paradigm shift in the technology arena for large flake graphite end users.
Changes in start times and meal prices will be coming to the Washougal School District starting this fall.The start time changes will accommodate the opening of the new Columbia River Gorge Elementary School, which will help the district cover the additional bus routes while trying to make minimal impacts on families with students at other schools.The new times are mostly five minutes earlier or later than the current start times. The new attendance times are:• Washougal High School: 7:50 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.• Jemtegaard Middle School: 8:04 a.m. to 2:35 p.m.• Cape-Horn Skye Elementary School/Canyon Creek Middle School: 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.• Hathaway Elementary School: 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.• Gause Elementary School: 9:10 a.m. to 3:40 p.m.• Columbia River Gorge Elementary School: 9:10 a.m. to 3:40 p.m.New bus routes are expected to be made official in mid-August.District officials also approved new meal prices to cover rising costs.Breakfast will cost $1.85 at primary schools, $1.95 at middle schools, $2.10 at the high school and $2.25 for adults. Breakfast currently costs $1.75 at primary schools, $1.90 at middle schools and $2.05 at the high school. The cost is the same for adults.Lunch will cost $2.75 at primary schools, $2.95 at middle schools, $3.15 at the high school and $3.50 for adults. Lunch currently costs $2.65 at primary schools, $2.85 at middle schools and $3.10 at the high school. Lunch for adults will cost the same.
Sony With Oppo bowing out of the race in 2018, Sony is one of the only manufacturers still catering to the high end when it comes to 4K Blu-ray players. With the new X800M2, announced at CES, it also fixes something the company left out of the original X800: Dolby Vision. While the cheaper X700 offered it (and hence earned our recommendation instead) the expected Dolby Vision update skips the X800 and comes to the new M2 instead. Dolby Vision is one of several competing standards of High Dynamic Range (HDR) video, which aims to increase picture quality through increased colors and contrast in 4K movies. The new X800M2 supports 4K Ultra HD playback, HDR10, Dolby Vision and Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) in addition to 4K upscaling. Like the original, the player supports Hi-Res Audio and DSD as well as SACD/DVD-A. The Sony will also include 4K streaming services such as Netflix and YouTube, though it’s unclear if it also supports HDR . Unlike the X1000, the X800M2 comes with digital outputs only. The X800M2 will be available in mid-May for $300.Originally published on Jan 7 2019 8:15 PMUpdate, April 18: Added pricing and availability CES 2019: Every story so far: See all of CNET’s coverage of the year’s biggest tech show. CES 2019 schedule: It’s six days of jam-packed events. Here’s what to expect. 85 Photos Blu-ray Players CES 2019 All the cool new gadgets at CES 2019 Share your voice Tags Comments 2 4K TVs Sony
U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta announced his resignation, effective next week. (Photo: Department of Labor.) Among those who wanted Acosta to stay on was U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski. “He not only came out and held a roundtable with so many in the industry, he continued to engage on that throughout all of last year,” Murkowski said. U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan put in a good word for Acosta, too. In an email from a spokesman Thursday, Sullivan called him “a strong advocate for Alaska’s working men and women,” and Friday he said he thanks Acosta for his service. “I’ve been impressed with his level of attention to the details of his job,” Murkowski said Wednesday, two days before Acosta announced his resignation. U.S. Labor Secretary Alex Acosta has resigned amid criticism of a lenient deal he negotiated for accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein in 2008, when Acosta was a federal prosecutor in Florida. Acosta explained his role in the Epstein matter to Murkowski before his Senate confirmation, and she was satisfied with his answer. “So is Epstein an awful, heinous individual? Yes,” Murkowski said. “Did Acosta, in his role as (U.S. attorney,) was he in cahoots or alliance with Epstein? I don’t believe so.” Acosta visited Alaska last year. Murkowski said she wanted him to understand how important it is to the fishing industry that seafood processors have sufficient workers during peak season. She said he took the message to heart.
LB Nagar: Dr Y S Rajasekhara Reddy’s 70th birth anniversary was celebrated on a grand scale at Lingogiguda here on Monday.The admirers of the legendary leader paid glowing tributes to him by garlanding his statue. They recalled his exemplary model of welfare governance on the occasion. Madhu Sagar, Tilak, Tinku, Praveen Reddy, Mahender Reddy, Kiran, Varma and others were present on the occasion.
Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor on the shooting set of Saaho in AustriaPR HandoutThe makers of Saaho, who have kept the details of its shoot under wraps, have now revealed the interesting aspects of Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor’s romantic songs shot in exotic locales of Austria.Saaho is currently in the last leg of its shoot and two songs were shot in several locations across Innsbruck and Tirol regions of Austria in the final schedule. The producers have revealed that ace Bollywood choreographer Vaibhavi Merchant has directed the dance movies of Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor in these romantic songs of the Sujeeth-directed multilingual movie.The producers of Saaho are apparently very thrilled about the breathtaking locales of Austria. “Looking at recent stills from our shots across Innsbruck and Tirol region, it seems as though the locations seamlessly inculcate with the picturesque sequences of our high-octane action thriller. The shoot initially began in the Alpine city of Innsbruck,” reads their statement released to the media.Talking about the locations, the makers say, “The city beautifully blends raw breathtaking landscapes with an imperial city center. This juxtaposition is what really attracted Saaho to shoot across Innsbruck including the House of Music, the Innsbruck tram, Finstertal Dam in Kühtai, as well as at the aDLERS hotel. Some scenes were also shot at nearby town of Seefeld.”Saaho makers add, “Additionally, we had the privilege and support to shoot for a romantic song at the Top of Tyrol mountain at Stubaier Glacier and Gaislachkogel IceQ in Sölden which was one of the most memorable experiences for our crew. Some parts of the romantic song we also filmed at the Highline Suspension Bridge in Reutte. For our upcoming Song, we filmed at Salzburg Airport in Red Bull’s Hangar 7.”The team members of Saaho was so excited that they had a party after completing this schedule.”Along with the talented dancers from Red Bull Flying Steps the scenes truly came together beautifully within the glass dome after which the crew celebrated the wrap of the Austria schedule,” they conclude.The Baahubali actor was equally thrilled to shoot the songs of Saaho in the beautiful locations of Austria. In a statement released to the media, Prabhas says, “Shooting in Tirol was one of the most incredibly awesome experiences I have ever had.”UV Creations is thankful for the support received from Innsbruck Tourismus, Cine Tirol, Location Austria and FISA. “The shooting locations in Austria were the most spectacular ones where we managed to capture some breathtaking shots for our film Saaho,” says producer Pramod Uppalapati.He adds, “Our service producers Robinville Intech led by Ishvinder Maddh and Creative Creatures led by Dr. Ursula Keplinger-Forcher not only ensured that the shoot was conducted very professionally but also made the shooting experience pleasurable for the entire crew. We are glad to have them as our partners and look forward to coming back to Austria very soon for our next production.”
Feni madrasa student Nusrat Jahan Rafi. File PhotoA Feni court on Wednesday placed three accused on one-day remand in the case filed for Feni madrasa student Nusrat Jahan Rafi murder, reports UNB.The accused are — Shahadat Hossain Shamim, Javed Hossain and Jobayer Ahmed.Senior judicial magistrate Md Jakir Hossain passed the order.Earlier, the three accused gave statement to the court confessing their guilt.Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI) inspector Md Shah Alam, also investigation officer of the case, produced them before the court seeking a two-day remand for each.Madrasa student Nusrat was set afire on 6 April at an examination centre for refusing to withdraw a sexual harassment case against the principal of the madrasa.She died on 10 April at Dhaka Medical College Hospital.
At WWDC 2018 Apple revealed iOS 12 to its trusted developers and the rest of the world. And it sounds pretty promising. Instead of wowing us with gimmicky new features, iOS 12 is meant to improve overall performance of the operating system on a variety of devices. The new features are more expected and welcome than mind-blowing. There’s better photo organization, Siri shortcuts, stats for app usage, upgraded augmented reality, and 32-person rooms for FaceTime.But the most striking new iOS 12 feature is Memoji. Building on last year’s Animoji animated animal emoji, Memoji lets you create a cartoon avatar of your own face you can then animate using the iPhone X’s advanced face-tracking. I’m sure there’s a lot of cute and ironic fun to be had here, but Apple Memoji is asking me to give it a digital version of my face, and as I’ve said before, the iPhone X can’t have my face.Haunted by the ghost of the company’s founder in a theater named after him, Apple revealed not only the marginally improved iPhone 8 and 8 Plus but also the brand new iPhone X, the tech giant’s vision for what a true next-generation iPhone looks like one decade later. I don’t want one.No, it’s not just because the iPhone X costs $1,000, although that wealth would be put to better use redistributed to the poor. No, it’s not just because it doesn’t have a headphone jack, although that’s still unacceptable. And it’s not just because Apple pulled a Windows and skipped from 8 to 10. If anything that’s the coolest thing about the smartphone.The biggest reason I’m immediately turned off by the iPhone X is the feature that, aside from the bezel-free screen, Apple spent the most time boasting about: FaceID facial recognition technology. I’ve enjoyed plenty of Apple products, including my current properly sized iPhone SE. I’ve given a lot to my iPhone including my money, my time, and responsibility for my relationships. But no, Apple, the iPhone X can’t have my face.Granted, the tech behind FaceID is certainly impressive. As suggested by rumors we’ve previously reported, the upgraded front-facing cameras on iPhone X create and store a 3D map of your facial geometry. Despite some on-stage blunders, Apple promises the camera works accurately in a variety of lighting conditions and isn’t stumped by things like hats and scarves and the natural physical ravages of age. With your face data, you can then securely perform a variety of actions like making a payment or unlocking your phone just by staring into its abyss.I don’t ever want to do that. As a tech journalist, I spend a lot of time worrying about my own dependence on technology. So one of the hard lines I draw is refusing to let technology on me or in me. It’s why I’m not a huge fan of wearables like the new Apple Watch also revealed at this press conference. I don’t want to quantify my own body. It weirds me out.However, that doesn’t mean I don’t understand the appeal of other, non-face related ways in which Apple products turn your physical being into hard data. If the commercial shown at the press conference was any clue, lots of folks are benefiting from the Apple Watch’s health-tracking features. Meanwhile, despite my fingerprint paranoia, TouchID (now removed along with the physical home button in favor of FaceID) was a really secure way for you and only you to unlock your device.But even for folks who don’t mind handing over their mugs, is FaceID a truly better option? Apple claims FaceID is exponentially more secure for anyone without an identical twin, able to withstand tricks like face pictures and detailed masks. But will that just make it tougher for legitimate users? And what about different skin tones or people who sustained serious facial injuries? What if I’m wearing an antifa mask? I bet some organizations would love to crack those hidden identities. I can’t think of anything more dystopian than a fight over the right to privacy over a person’s actual unique face. But at least it’s more empathetic than Anomolisa.And if FaceID does work perfectly, that might honestly be the creepier scenario. Along with the security functionality, Apple spent a long time dragging us to Hell with another use of face data called Animoji. Clearly developed during a time when people thought The Emoji Movie would be a big deal, Animoji analyses your face muscles and uses your expressions to puppeteer some 3D versions of classic emojis like the chicken and the poop. Eat your motion-captured chimp heart out, Andy Serkis. Now you can send your friends annoying voice messages spoken through an animated cartoon fox head like a cyber furry or something out of The Futurological Congress. Nope!I don’t mean to sound like a Luddite. I love technology. At the show Apple also demonstrated its advanced smartphone augmented reality ARKit tools, which are a slightly less invasive and much more entertaining way of harvesting real-world visual data around you for virtual fun. And I thought it was just as cool here as it was back on the Nintendo 3DS or HoloLens.But scanning a room for AR isn’t the same as scanning my face for data mining. It’s hard to think of anything more personal to me and my sense of self than literally my specific recognizable handsome Black face. And in the wake of things like the Equifax breach, I just don’t want increasingly granular details of my face available to huge interconnected companies. They already have enough.If you buy one 4K-capable X-branded super-computer this fall, save your face, skip the iPhone X and honestly get an Xbox One X for half the price instead. Or pick up a copy of XXX for your ex. With tech like this, the iPhone X makes me want to take my Face/Off.Buy iPhone XVerizonT-MobileAT&TSprintLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Apple Brings Contactless Student IDs to More UniversitiesCelebrate World Emoji Day With Diverse New Characters Stay on target
SETICon 2, a conference unlike any other, ran this past weekend in Santa Clara, California. In attendance were people from all walks of life whose area of interest intersects on the topic of the search for intelligent life somewhere other than here on planet Earth. © 2012 Phys.Org SETI’s Alien Telescope Array (ATA) listens day and night for a signal from space. Credit: SETI 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. Thus, they were made up of scientists; from NASA and other groups, artists, and even entertainers. The goal of the conference, which is set up and run by the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute (SETI) is to share ideas on what has been discovered of late regarding the possibility of life on other planets and what might lie ahead.Fueling much of the discussion this time around (the first SETICon was held in 2010) are findings by NASA’s Kepler mission which is dedicated to looking for extraterrestrial life, regardless of form or degree of intelligence. Since 2009, the mission has uncovered the existence of over 2,300 exoplanets that researchers believe hold the possibility of harboring some forms of life. Most notably, due to the existence of that precious resources without which we here on this planet could not survive: water. Some scientists who actually work on the mission (Geoff Marcy, Jon Jenkins, Debra Fischer, etc.) spoke to those in attendance, as did astronauts Tom Jones and Mae Jemison.This year’s conference, those in attendance noted, was much more upbeat than the last, as more information from Kepler becomes available, the numbers of planets that might have life on them keeps going up, making the possibility of detecting its presence more plausible than ever before. As noted by several speakers, the Kepler mission is helping to find planets farther away from their stars, rather than just those that are close enough to cause their star to appear to wobble to us due to planetary gravity effects. The new more sensitive telescopes are better able to discern planets that are not only farther (meaning cooler) from their star, but smaller, some of which may have water and are rocky, making them more Earthlike and thus potentially more likely to posses the conditions necessary for the kind of life we know and understand.In addition to offerings talks, the conference also held panel discussions, interviews, and even screenings of movies, all aimed at opening the door to the possibility that extraterrestrial life might truly exist, and if it does, highlighting the fact that we are now in a better position than ever before to find evidence of its existence. Could 2012 be the year we find extraterrestrial life? Citation: Alien life searchers conference SETICon 2 held in Santa Clara (2012, June 25) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-06-alien-life-searchers-conference-seticon.html
Colin says:LeBron finally got some help.A victory lap on calling out the assumed Warriors dynasty.Kyrie was the MVP of Game 7.Dustin Johnson is golf’s best chance for a legitimate star.Guests:Michael Rapaport – Comedian and host of the “I am Rapaport” podcast talks Game 7 of the NBA Finals, begrudgingly accepting the Cavs title, and the seeds of his LeBron haterism.Chris Haynes – Cleveland Plain Dealer beat writer talks Cavs NBA championship, looks back at Game 7, and the mood in the City of Cleveland.Chris Webber – Former NBA All-Star and TNT NBA Analyst discusses NBA Finals Game 7, what led to the Cleveland comeback, and where the Cavs go from here.
Technology | Radiographic Fluoroscopy (RF) | August 09, 2019 Shimadzu Medical Systems Receives FDA 510(k) for FluoroSpeed X1 RF System Shimadzu Medical Systems USA, a subsidiary of Shimadzu Corp., announced they have received U.S. Food and Drug… read more December 16, 2015 — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared Siemens Healthcare’s Somatom computed tomography (CT) systems for low-dose lung cancer screening. Siemens now offers a comprehensive approach to low-dose lung cancer screening — both on all of Siemens’ new CT scanners sold as well as on the company’s installed base of non-end-of-support systems — using standard low-dose lung protocols that are already delivered on Siemens CT scanners. From the Somatom Scope 16-slice CT system to the ultra-premium Somatom Force, Siemens now makes low-dose lung cancer screening broadly available to its customers.With this indication, an imaging modality that has long been a benchmark diagnostic tool for symptomatic patients is becoming a viable screening tool for a subset of high-risk asymptomatic patients. For the right patient population, this technology can have a significant impact on mortality for a disease that is often diagnosed too late.The indication for low-dose lung cancer screening is available for the following CT systems: Somatom Force, Somatom Definition Flash, Somatom Definition Edge, Somatom Definition AS/AS+, Somatom Perspective, Somatom Scope and the Somatom Emotion 16.Siemens’ portfolio of CT systems offers solutions for low-dose lung imaging from screening to detection to diagnosis. With its FAST (Fully Assisting Scanner Technologies) features, Siemens optimizes CT acquisition by reducing user variability. For instance, with FAST Planning, technologists can set an optimum range for scan settings that avoids cut-offs or excessive radiation. These automated settings optimize workflow and increase reproducibility – a key factor with regular screenings of lung cancer patients. And with its CARE (Combined Applications to Reduce Exposure) feature, Siemens delivers a consistent, reproducible approach to optimizing radiation dose in scan parameters that supports efficient clinical workflow. Features in the Somatom portfolio also aid the radiologist in reporting dose and sharing findings within the interdisciplinary lung cancer team.Recognizing that one of the challenges to widespread adoption of screening services is access to care, Siemens has launched a mobile imaging solution for lung cancer screening – especially for people living in rural areas. The Mobile Somatom Scope CT is a self-powered mobile CT with on-board diesel generator that is ready to scan within minutes of parking. No Commercial Driver’s License is required to drive the vehicle, reducing complexity in logistics. Equipped with a high-speed wireless connection, the system is ready for fast and easy image transfer.Siemens CT scanners also include a robust portfolio of imaging technologies that may help enable improvements when performing complex procedures such as lung biopsies. With Adaptive 3-D Intervention Suite, biopsy targets can be better visualized, which may aid physicians in minimally invasive procedures. Physicians can work more effectively by gaining access to nearly real-time guidance, while having a view of the whole organ and benefitting from automatic needle-detection algorithms and path planning tools.For more information: www.usa.siemens.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom Go.top cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | Medical 3-D Printing | August 08, 2019 RSNA and ACR to Collaborate on Landmark Medical 3D Printing Registry The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and the American College of Radiology (ACR) will launch a new medical… read more Video Player is loading.GE Cardiographe cardiac CT scanner at SCCT19Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:38Loaded: 26.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:38 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Roberts was second on the Cardinals with 64 receptions for 759 yards last season, and he hauled in a team-best five touchdown catches. Floyd finished his rookie campaign with just 45 catches for 562 yards and two touchdowns, but tallied 17 receptions for 250 yards and one touchdown over his final three games.Regardless of who “wins” the battle, both figure to see a significant amount of playing time as well as passes. – / 36 Floyd, last year’s first-round draft pick, takes on Roberts, who quietly put up more fantasy points than Larry Fitzgerald a season ago. The Cardinals have more weapons than you think. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 0 Comments Share Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Arizona Cardinals training camp is upon us, which means it’s time to head to the cool pines of Flagstaff to see which quarterback will emerge from what is sure to be a heated competition.Or not.Actually, this year the team will be training at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale and Carson Palmer is (and will be) the team’s starting signal caller.As such, fans will be watching different battles, the most intriguing of which, according to NFL.com’s Gregg Rosenthal, is at the wide receiver position between Michael Floyd and Andre Roberts.
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We are closer and we are stronger and we have some fixes already here on the cars (for the reliability issued). as a flight instructor Throughout he felt the weight of his martial heritage later writing "I worried that my deserved reputation for foolishness would make command of a squadron or a carrier too grand an ambition for an obstreperous admirals son and my failure to reach command would dishonor me and my family" McCain knew that to "raise my profile as an aviator perhaps the only way was to achieve a creditable combat record" Soon after he and Carol welcomed daughter Sidney in September 1966 McCain joined a squadron in Vietnam Assigned to the USS Forrestal in the South China Sea he felt he had finally arrived: "Nobody made me fly over Vietnam Thats what I was trained to do and thats what I wanted to do" When McCain arrived in Vietnam 385000 Americans served in Southeast Asia His squad took part in Operation Rolling Thunder a brutal bombing campaign that President Lyndon Johnson had started in March 1965 By January 1967 McCain had risen to lieutenant commander But in July while preparing for a bombing run a nearby jet accidentally fired a missile and hit McCains fuel tank The blast triggered a series of explosions shot shrapnel into his chest and legs and killed 134 sailors and aviators Recovering at home in Florida McCain wondered what to do telling his classmate Chuck Larson "I want to be a serious officer and Im having problems getting people to take me seriously" Said Larson "Youre going back into combat and you will prove yourself" McCain joined the Saints an attack squadron aboard the carrier USS Oriskany He made regular runs strapped into his A-4 Skyhawk and on October 25 took out three MiGs on Hanois Phuc Yen airfield The following day as McCain left the ready room strike- operation officer Lew Chatham told him "Youd better be careful Were probably going to lose someone on this one" The cocky pilot called back "You dont have to worry about me Lew" Senator John McCain is pulled out of a Hanoi lake by North Vietnamese army soldiers and civilians on Oct 26 1967 Getty Images McCains A-4 And 19 other jets streaked toward Hanoi to destroy a power plant and the pilots spied the eruption of dust and smoke when surface-to-air missiles (SAMs) took off toward them like "a flying telephone pole moving at great speed" Black clouds of antiaircraft flak exploded in the air As McCain neared the power plant a missile locked on his jet and his missile-warning gauge emitted a shrill warning "So at about 3500 feet" he later recalled "I released my bombs then pulled back the stick to begin a steep climb to a safer altitude In the instant before my plane reacted a SAM blew my right wing off I was killed" Spiraling down at 550 miles an hour McCain radioed "Im hit" As he ejected from the plane his right knee slammed into something and broke and the force of shooting from the craft and hitting the air snapped his arms McCains chute opened and he tumbled unconscious toward the earth He landed in Truc Bach Lake in the center of Hanoi and weighed down with 50 pounds of gear quickly sank Jarred awake he used his good leg to kick up to the surface but couldnt understand why his arms would not respond McCain went down again and with his teeth pulled the toggle and inflated his vest Twenty angry North Vietnamese yanked him ashore stripped him to his underwear kicked him and spat on him Someone smashed his shoulder with a rifle butt and a bayonet was jabbed into his groin and ankle Soldiers then heaved his body onto a truck They brought him to Hoa Lò prison in central Hanoi Hoa Lò translates as "fiery furnace" and McCain was about to learn of the deadly reputation of the yellow stone concrete-walled prison complex that Americans nicknamed the Hanoi Hilton At the Hilton soldiers dumped McCains stretcher on the floor "No American reached Hoa Lò in worse physical condition than McCain" observed John G Hubbell in his book POW: A Definitive History of the American Prisoner-of-War Experience in Vietnam 19641973 Guards gave him minimal food and water After being bandaged McCain learned he wouldnt get medical care unless he talked For days the 31-year-old pilot drifted in and out of consciousness When questioned he just told his captors his name rank and serial number In return jailers beat him US Navy Air-force Major John McCain lies on a bed in a Hanoi hospital as he was being given medical care for his injuries in Hanoi Vietnam in 1967 AFP/Getty Images As blood pooled in McCains knee he begged for care A medic took his pulse and shaking his head said "Its too late its too late" McCain lapsed into unconsciousness but soon an excited officer rushed in and yelled "Your father is a big admiral Now we take you to the hospital" For the North Vietnamese Lt Cmdr John Sidney McCain III was a royal catch They called him the Crown Prince and Radio Hanoi boasted of the capture of "air pirate McCain son of Admiral McCain" The aviator was transferred to a medical facility waking up a few days later "in a filthy room lousy with mosquitoes and rats" Rain washed in mud Medics gave him transfusions and blood but as McCain recalled "no treatment for my injuries No one had even bothered to wash the grime off me" Two weeks later a doctor tried to set McCains right arm and its three breaks The man didnt use anesthesia and after 90 minutes he gave up and slapped on a neck-to-waist cast An officer whom McCain remembered as "short and fat with a strangely wandering right eye that was clouded white by a cataract" then told him that a French correspondent wanted to interview him When asked about the prison food McCain told the journalist "Well its OK but its not Paris" Guards returned McCain to a roach-filled room and interrogators beat him They did operate on his knee but they simply cut out the ligaments and cartilage and refused to give him more surgery because of his "bad attitude" By the time the jailers left him in a prison cell McCains cheeks had sunk his legs had atrophied his body had shriveled and his hair had turned white "Ive seen some dead that looked at least as good as John" said Maj George "Bud" Day of his and Maj Norris Overlys new cellmate "I didnt think he was going to live out the day" Read more in TIME’s special edition about the life of John McCain available now Contact us at editors@timecom 35.
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