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This is probably the most important post I’ve ever written here on the blog. It’s the post that causes me the most emotion. (more than post delivery), memory, pain, struggle. It’s a post about resilience. Talking about breastfeeding is difficult, it is personal, but necessary and important, I wish I had read a report like this so that I wouldn’t go through what I went through.

First of all, it is necessary to say: information about breastfeeding should be in the basic outfit of any pregnant woman. Talking about the subject consciously – and not romanticized or propertyless – it should be an obligation among public people, influencers, groups of friends, neighbors inside the elevator, in short, it is a subject that needs to be addressed, it cannot be put into perspective and, I don’t know if I’ve already said, it is necessary to be AWARE of the acts and decisions of any mother. NIt’s not about judgment, but about being aware.

That said, I’ll talk about my experience.

I always considered myself an informed pregnant woman, I looked for information, I had 2 meetings with a breastfeeding consultant, I felt, not necessarily prepared, but DELIVERED to the act of breastfeeding for at least 2 years and I can already say: I was completely wrong. I fell into the system that doesn’t care about breastfeeding but works, silently, for this industry and culture of weaning.

Cut to 10/21/2020, Maria Eduarda was born in great health and I felt excited to breastfeed. At first I thought that “feel pain” it was normal, maybe even part of the process in some cases, but it needs to pass and soon. But my question wasn’t about bruises from the wrong catch, but from an outside intervention I didn’t expect. During pregnancy, I was told that ~suddenly my beak could be too flat and that could make it difficult to catch, and apparently that’s what happened.

In the 36 hours that I stayed in the hospital, she took it and took it out, breastfed very little and did not evolve. There were 4, 5, 6 nurses from all shifts and few were able to help evolve with attachment. Duda took it, nursed it, but not too much. Until then that was ok for a newborn and, with all the exams perfect, we headed home.

And that’s when it all really started, armed with Duda and all the information, I tried to breastfeed and nothing… not even a sip. I got in touch with my consultant and her visit in practice (aka with the baby on her lap) it would only be the next day and then something came in that changed my whole relationship with breastfeeding: the intermediate silicone nozzle. She soon recommended using it to breastfeed my daughter, as she was unable to reach the breast.

I, who thought I had all the information possible and was fully aware of the nozzle confusion, didn’t even know what that silicone nozzle was. For a short moment I thought he would be the salvation not only of my breastfeeding, but of my daughter’s FEEDING, but I soon saw that he was the big problem that almost reaped an experience I wanted so much to live, since the chances of weaning on his account are high.

After all, what is the silicone tip? It is a thin silicone artifact, almost invisible and with a more protruding nipple with holes to pass the milk. Through the baby’s suction, the milk comes out and “ready”, it is breastfed without pain and with supposed ease. Sounds amazing, right? But not. It is not natural, it is something improvised and that can end your breastfeeding. I’m talking about it in a radical way because this was the most traumatic and exhausting experience of my life and I wouldn’t want anyone to go through it. The idea is not to scare, but to alert and help mothers not to go through this and, if they are, to seek specialized help.

bico de silicone terror

Back to my 1st day with a silicone nipple, Duda finally took the breast (or would it be the silicone nipple?) and managed to breastfeed “fully”. The next day, at the breastfeeding consultation, there was 1 (one) attempt to breastfeed without the artificial nipple, one and nothing. “And let’s just drop it, Thereza, it’ll be fine”. So, I thought the beak would be something of 1 or 2 days… it came in to stay and, honestly, there was no professional help from the person who introduced it… to take it out. It was for that very reason and I was so lost IN FULL BABY BLUES PUERPERIO PANDEMIC.

With that, days passed and I remained unattended. I tried to take out and nothing, I looked for information and nothing, entered forums, groups and nothing, watched videos and read posts and nothing. I tried to exhaustion and I felt 100% FRUSTRATED, FAILED, DEFEATED, GUILTY. Do you know the most common reports of mothers who suffer from injuries from the wrong attachment? My disease had it, my injury was psychological and wouldn’t heal for anything. Apart from the fact that there were few reports on the subject, I felt like an ET. That’s when my pilgrimage began, seeking to remove the beak:

I hired another breastfeeding consultant and we didn’t get it.

I hired another breastfeeding consultant and, oh, she did it, I breastfed for 3 minutes without a nipple. She left and I couldn’t do it anymore.

I hired a consultant in SP with super experience in the subject, she was great, but the consultation via zoom made it a little difficult in practice, because to teach a more complex grip like this it usually has to be live.

And this all lasted 2 months, a lot of suffocation, fatigue, stress. I gave up, I felt resigned, abstracted, passed, I was dissatisfied, I didn’t want to give up. I even “could”, but I didn’t want to.

In the meantime, I tried every trick and tutorial I read and nothing. I also spent an absurd amount of money on products that promised to make the beak grow. There were the most diverse types of suckers, from the most basic to the most outrageous, from R$30 to R$300, I tried EVERYTHING. They pulled my chest like a piece of gum, some of them even worked, but the beak “withered” then, as did my energy to continue in this battle that I didn’t ask to enter.

During this period, Duda even picked up and hitched, but it lasted 2 minutes, 5 minutes, but this was not continuous. Catch and release, euphoria and frustration, a roller coaster of emotions I’ve never felt anything like before.

On this journey, if it wasn’t for Rodrigo, my husband, I would have already given up. Ok, he didn’t do more than his obligation lol, but he didn’t give up for a minute, he supported me all the time and also acted technically to keep her breastfeeding. What does that mean?

At one point, I had EIGHT SILICONES ON my bedside. For what reason? It could be a source of bacteria and contamination for Duda, it needed to be sanitized at each feeding and this was very boring and tiring to do and Rodrigo would do it all the time, day or night, so I would always have a clean beak around, since, BY HURT AND BARRANCOS, we made a free demand.

amamentação bico de silicone

Another issue that worried me was the fact that she wasn’t gaining much weight, she grew, but at the limit. We didn’t get to the point of introducing a formula, but that was a fear I had, as it could lead to weaning. The question is that with the artificial nipple you can’t know how much milk is coming out and, most importantly, the baby’s grip and sucking power are not the same, so Less milk comes out, production gradually decreases, which leads to weaning.

And everywhere I read, that was the consequence, you could be able to breastfeed for 1 month, 3 months, there was even that cousin of a friend who breastfed for 6 months with a silicone nipple, but in this case, there is no way to personalize stories, the call always led to weaning.

And I wanted to breastfeed, I really wanted to breastfeed, pure and freely, without nipples, nor crying, nor candles. I wanted to get my chest out of my clothes at any time, take my daughter in my arms and breastfeed without any intervention, without any intermediary.

amamentação consultora rj

And with a lot of struggle, crying, suffering, giving up and resilience, day December 18, Maria Eduarda with 57 days, I got a last minute consultation with an expert in Consultancy in Breastfeeding and who understood a lot about this ~universe of removal of such a silicone nipple. THE Bianca Balassiano was an angel that fell into my life – and met after tireless searches on Instagram – and, in just one consultation, a PROPER HANDLING TECHNIQUE that I had never done (and that involved my beak type and even my breast size) and that’s it, Maria Eduarda engaged in the feeding and never let go until today at that exact moment (yes, during this huge post I stopped for her to nurse lol).

I thought that, as had happened the other time, when I was breastfeeding at home without assistance, I would not be able to… BUT NOTHING, I arrived home FULL OF FEAR, AFFLICTED, ANXIOUS and danada took it and suckled and suckled and suckled and suckled until today, 1 year, 1 month and 10 days of very free demand, highs, lows, silicone and skin, lots of skin. It’s tiring, it’s exhausting, sometimes I hide in the bathroom for 15 minutes, I cry, laugh, she pinches me, bites me, breasts one, radio-teas another, but it’s also good, it’s pure, it’s essential for her, is important to me.

I had expectations about breastfeeding, but I didn’t imagine it would be this deep and intense. I think that my extremely negative experience showed me the strength and desire to breastfeed that I didn’t even know I had.

amamentação the duda

Now it is important to mention a few points: the silicone nipple has been highly recommended by professionals, whether breastfeeding or in the hospital itself and, make no mistake, it may even seem practical and comfortable, BUT IT IS NOT. In the medium term it is not. Do you want to breastfeed for a long time? That nipple is half the way to weaning, yes. Look for responsible professionals who do not romanticize or trivialize the product.

Generally (ok, 99% of the time) who recommends the beak is because they lack knowledge or, mainly, PATIENCE to reach the correct grip and it exists and is totally possible. It may take time, but it’s the right way and not the tip.

Now, if a professional in the area recommended the beak and for some reason you REALLY need it: it’s her duty to lead you to the removal at the right time. Instruct you until the end for you to pass this stage.

I spent very many reais with FOUR other consultants and DOZENS of contraptions to get rid of the bill, but if I had had this driving from the beginning, I could have gone through it all, but in a faster and less traumatic way. Remembering that I experienced this at the height of the pandemic, which makes everything more difficult.

The Flat Nipple Matter (or even inverted ones) it can even be a complicating factor for breastfeeding, but it will not stop you from breastfeeding, but it will probably need more time, patience and instruction for proper attachment., She exists. Then I found out that mine wasn’t even flat, but a little protruding, but today it’s a little bottle #intimacy lol.

I know that many mothers are using the silicone nipple – which is also called a nipple protector, to protect from bruises from the first days of getting caught. Then I say: choose your battles. The wound is a terrible pain, I’ve been experiencing it more now because the lady here has a habit of biting, but silicone is a more long-term problem and it’s difficult to solve. So understand that the protection that the beak is supposed to give (not always right, because he’s also there rubbing the wound), causes worse problems to arise.

amamentação bico silicone

Finally, as I said at the beginning, breastfeeding is information and awareness. Whether it’s time to accept the silicone nipple or consciously opt for pacifiers and bottles, we know that nipple confusion is a reality and that it is a major cause of weaning. Are you aware of this? Okay. Did you look for the right information and that goes with your ideas and even your lifestyle? Go ahead.

Now what usually surrounds us, and must be fought, is this c.ulture that insists on misinforming, confusing and interfering with something as important as breastfeeding. It’s not about judging mothers and their choices, but about questioning this industry that leads to weaning, identifying those responsible and, most importantly, welcome mothers who are in this battle and learning.

amamentação scaled

As an influencer, I’ve already made mistakes and learned about this universe of motherhood and now I do the least sharing my story and trying to help other mothers to have a calmer mother! May this post of mine help other women and, if you know other pregnant women, share this content!

We would like to say thanks to the writer of this post for this amazing web content

Breastfeeding: my story, silicone nipples and lessons learned – Fashionism

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First of all, it is necessary to say: information about breastfeeding should be in the basic outfit of any pregnant woman. Talking about the subject consciously – and not romanticized or propertyless – it should be an obligation among public people, influencers, groups of friends, neighbors inside the elevator, in short, it is a subject that needs to be addressed, it cannot be put into perspective and, I don’t know if I’ve already said, it is necessary to be AWARE of the acts and decisions of any mother. NIt’s not about judgment, but about being aware.

That said, I’ll talk about my experience.

I always considered myself an informed pregnant woman, I looked for information, I had 2 meetings with a breastfeeding consultant, I felt, not necessarily prepared, but DELIVERED to the act of breastfeeding for at least 2 years and I can already say: I was completely wrong. I fell into the system that doesn’t care about breastfeeding but works, silently, for this industry and culture of weaning.

Cut to 10/21/2020, Maria Eduarda was born in great health and I felt excited to breastfeed. At first I thought that “feel pain” it was normal, maybe even part of the process in some cases, but it needs to pass and soon. But my question wasn’t about bruises from the wrong catch, but from an outside intervention I didn’t expect. During pregnancy, I was told that ~suddenly my beak could be too flat and that could make it difficult to catch, and apparently that’s what happened.

In the 36 hours that I stayed in the hospital, she took it and took it out, breastfed very little and did not evolve. There were 4, 5, 6 nurses from all shifts and few were able to help evolve with attachment. Duda took it, nursed it, but not too much. Until then that was ok for a newborn and, with all the exams perfect, we headed home.

And that’s when it all really started, armed with Duda and all the information, I tried to breastfeed and nothing… not even a sip. I got in touch with my consultant and her visit in practice (aka with the baby on her lap) it would only be the next day and then something came in that changed my whole relationship with breastfeeding: the intermediate silicone nozzle. She soon recommended using it to breastfeed my daughter, as she was unable to reach the breast.

I, who thought I had all the information possible and was fully aware of the nozzle confusion, didn’t even know what that silicone nozzle was. For a short moment I thought he would be the salvation not only of my breastfeeding, but of my daughter’s FEEDING, but I soon saw that he was the big problem that almost reaped an experience I wanted so much to live, since the chances of weaning on his account are high.

After all, what is the silicone tip? It is a thin silicone artifact, almost invisible and with a more protruding nipple with holes to pass the milk. Through the baby’s suction, the milk comes out and “ready”, it is breastfed without pain and with supposed ease. Sounds amazing, right? But not. It is not natural, it is something improvised and that can end your breastfeeding. I’m talking about it in a radical way because this was the most traumatic and exhausting experience of my life and I wouldn’t want anyone to go through it. The idea is not to scare, but to alert and help mothers not to go through this and, if they are, to seek specialized help.

bico de silicone terror

Back to my 1st day with a silicone nipple, Duda finally took the breast (or would it be the silicone nipple?) and managed to breastfeed “fully”. The next day, at the breastfeeding consultation, there was 1 (one) attempt to breastfeed without the artificial nipple, one and nothing. “And let’s just drop it, Thereza, it’ll be fine”. So, I thought the beak would be something of 1 or 2 days… it came in to stay and, honestly, there was no professional help from the person who introduced it… to take it out. It was for that very reason and I was so lost IN FULL BABY BLUES PUERPERIO PANDEMIC.

With that, days passed and I remained unattended. I tried to take out and nothing, I looked for information and nothing, entered forums, groups and nothing, watched videos and read posts and nothing. I tried to exhaustion and I felt 100% FRUSTRATED, FAILED, DEFEATED, GUILTY. Do you know the most common reports of mothers who suffer from injuries from the wrong attachment? My disease had it, my injury was psychological and wouldn’t heal for anything. Apart from the fact that there were few reports on the subject, I felt like an ET. That’s when my pilgrimage began, seeking to remove the beak:

I hired another breastfeeding consultant and we didn’t get it.

I hired another breastfeeding consultant and, oh, she did it, I breastfed for 3 minutes without a nipple. She left and I couldn’t do it anymore.

I hired a consultant in SP with super experience in the subject, she was great, but the consultation via zoom made it a little difficult in practice, because to teach a more complex grip like this it usually has to be live.

And this all lasted 2 months, a lot of suffocation, fatigue, stress. I gave up, I felt resigned, abstracted, passed, I was dissatisfied, I didn’t want to give up. I even “could”, but I didn’t want to.

In the meantime, I tried every trick and tutorial I read and nothing. I also spent an absurd amount of money on products that promised to make the beak grow. There were the most diverse types of suckers, from the most basic to the most outrageous, from R$30 to R$300, I tried EVERYTHING. They pulled my chest like a piece of gum, some of them even worked, but the beak “withered” then, as did my energy to continue in this battle that I didn’t ask to enter.

During this period, Duda even picked up and hitched, but it lasted 2 minutes, 5 minutes, but this was not continuous. Catch and release, euphoria and frustration, a roller coaster of emotions I’ve never felt anything like before.

On this journey, if it wasn’t for Rodrigo, my husband, I would have already given up. Ok, he didn’t do more than his obligation lol, but he didn’t give up for a minute, he supported me all the time and also acted technically to keep her breastfeeding. What does that mean?

At one point, I had EIGHT SILICONES ON my bedside. For what reason? It could be a source of bacteria and contamination for Duda, it needed to be sanitized at each feeding and this was very boring and tiring to do and Rodrigo would do it all the time, day or night, so I would always have a clean beak around, since, BY HURT AND BARRANCOS, we made a free demand.

amamentação bico de silicone

Another issue that worried me was the fact that she wasn’t gaining much weight, she grew, but at the limit. We didn’t get to the point of introducing a formula, but that was a fear I had, as it could lead to weaning. The question is that with the artificial nipple you can’t know how much milk is coming out and, most importantly, the baby’s grip and sucking power are not the same, so Less milk comes out, production gradually decreases, which leads to weaning.

And everywhere I read, that was the consequence, you could be able to breastfeed for 1 month, 3 months, there was even that cousin of a friend who breastfed for 6 months with a silicone nipple, but in this case, there is no way to personalize stories, the call always led to weaning.

And I wanted to breastfeed, I really wanted to breastfeed, pure and freely, without nipples, nor crying, nor candles. I wanted to get my chest out of my clothes at any time, take my daughter in my arms and breastfeed without any intervention, without any intermediary.

amamentação consultora rj

And with a lot of struggle, crying, suffering, giving up and resilience, day December 18, Maria Eduarda with 57 days, I got a last minute consultation with an expert in Consultancy in Breastfeeding and who understood a lot about this ~universe of removal of such a silicone nipple. THE Bianca Balassiano was an angel that fell into my life – and met after tireless searches on Instagram – and, in just one consultation, a PROPER HANDLING TECHNIQUE that I had never done (and that involved my beak type and even my breast size) and that’s it, Maria Eduarda engaged in the feeding and never let go until today at that exact moment (yes, during this huge post I stopped for her to nurse lol).

I thought that, as had happened the other time, when I was breastfeeding at home without assistance, I would not be able to… BUT NOTHING, I arrived home FULL OF FEAR, AFFLICTED, ANXIOUS and danada took it and suckled and suckled and suckled and suckled until today, 1 year, 1 month and 10 days of very free demand, highs, lows, silicone and skin, lots of skin. It’s tiring, it’s exhausting, sometimes I hide in the bathroom for 15 minutes, I cry, laugh, she pinches me, bites me, breasts one, radio-teas another, but it’s also good, it’s pure, it’s essential for her, is important to me.

I had expectations about breastfeeding, but I didn’t imagine it would be this deep and intense. I think that my extremely negative experience showed me the strength and desire to breastfeed that I didn’t even know I had.

amamentação the duda

Now it is important to mention a few points: the silicone nipple has been highly recommended by professionals, whether breastfeeding or in the hospital itself and, make no mistake, it may even seem practical and comfortable, BUT IT IS NOT. In the medium term it is not. Do you want to breastfeed for a long time? That nipple is half the way to weaning, yes. Look for responsible professionals who do not romanticize or trivialize the product.

Generally (ok, 99% of the time) who recommends the beak is because they lack knowledge or, mainly, PATIENCE to reach the correct grip and it exists and is totally possible. It may take time, but it’s the right way and not the tip.

Now, if a professional in the area recommended the beak and for some reason you REALLY need it: it’s her duty to lead you to the removal at the right time. Instruct you until the end for you to pass this stage.

I spent very many reais with FOUR other consultants and DOZENS of contraptions to get rid of the bill, but if I had had this driving from the beginning, I could have gone through it all, but in a faster and less traumatic way. Remembering that I experienced this at the height of the pandemic, which makes everything more difficult.

The Flat Nipple Matter (or even inverted ones) it can even be a complicating factor for breastfeeding, but it will not stop you from breastfeeding, but it will probably need more time, patience and instruction for proper attachment., She exists. Then I found out that mine wasn’t even flat, but a little protruding, but today it’s a little bottle #intimacy lol.

I know that many mothers are using the silicone nipple – which is also called a nipple protector, to protect from bruises from the first days of getting caught. Then I say: choose your battles. The wound is a terrible pain, I’ve been experiencing it more now because the lady here has a habit of biting, but silicone is a more long-term problem and it’s difficult to solve. So understand that the protection that the beak is supposed to give (not always right, because he’s also there rubbing the wound), causes worse problems to arise.

amamentação bico silicone

Finally, as I said at the beginning, breastfeeding is information and awareness. Whether it’s time to accept the silicone nipple or consciously opt for pacifiers and bottles, we know that nipple confusion is a reality and that it is a major cause of weaning. Are you aware of this? Okay. Did you look for the right information and that goes with your ideas and even your lifestyle? Go ahead.

Now what usually surrounds us, and must be fought, is this c.ulture that insists on misinforming, confusing and interfering with something as important as breastfeeding. It’s not about judging mothers and their choices, but about questioning this industry that leads to weaning, identifying those responsible and, most importantly, welcome mothers who are in this battle and learning.

amamentação scaled

As an influencer, I’ve already made mistakes and learned about this universe of motherhood and now I do the least sharing my story and trying to help other mothers to have a calmer mother! May this post of mine help other women and, if you know other pregnant women, share this content!

We would like to say thanks to the writer of this post for this amazing web content

Breastfeeding: my story, silicone nipples and lessons learned – Fashionism

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638494571) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(64) "Aircraft reveal a surprisingly strong Southern Ocean carbon sink" ["link"]=> string(89) "http://happynewbaby.com/aircraft-reveal-a-surprisingly-strong-southern-ocean-carbon-sink/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 01:16:43 +0000" ["category"]=> string(73) "Health And ScienceAircraftcarbonoceanrevealsinkSouthernstrongSurprisingly" ["guid"]=> string(32) "https://happynewbaby.com/?p=7649" ["description"]=> string(669) "Journal Reference: Matthew C. Long, Britton B. Stephens, Kathryn McKain, Colm Sweeney, Ralph F. Keeling, Eric A. Kort, Eric J. Morgan, Jonathan D. Bent, Naveen Chandra, Frederic Chevallier, Róisín Commane, Bruce C. Daube, Paul B. Krummel, Zoë Loh, Ingrid T. Luijkx, David Munro, Prabir Patra, Wouter Peters, Michel Ramonet, Christian Rödenbeck, Ann Stavert, Pieter Tans, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(8590) "

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  1. Matthew C. Long, Britton B. Stephens, Kathryn McKain, Colm Sweeney, Ralph F. Keeling, Eric A. Kort, Eric J. Morgan, Jonathan D. Bent, Naveen Chandra, Frederic Chevallier, Róisín Commane, Bruce C. Daube, Paul B. Krummel, Zoë Loh, Ingrid T. Luijkx, David Munro, Prabir Patra, Wouter Peters, Michel Ramonet, Christian Rödenbeck, Ann Stavert, Pieter Tans, Steven C. Wofsy. Strong Southern Ocean carbon uptake evident in airborne observations. Science, 2021; 374 (6572): 1275 DOI: 10.1126/science.abi4355

The findings provide clarity about the role the icy waters surrounding Antarctica play in buffering the impact of increasing greenhouse gas emissions, after research published in recent years suggested the Southern Ocean might be less of a sink than previously thought.

The new study, published this week in the journal Science, makes use of observations from research aircraft flown during three field projects over nearly a decade, as well as a collection of atmospheric models, to determine that the Southern Ocean takes up significantly more carbon than it releases. The research also highlights the power that airborne observations have to reveal critical patterns in the global carbon cycle.

“You can’t fool the atmosphere,” said NCAR scientist Matthew Long, the paper’s lead author. “While measurements taken from the ocean surface and from land are important, they are too sparse to provide a reliable picture of air-sea carbon flux. The atmosphere, however, can integrate fluxes over large expanses. Airborne measurements show a drawdown of CO2 in the lower atmosphere over the Southern Ocean surface in summer, indicating carbon uptake by the ocean.”

The research is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), which is NCAR’s sponsor, as well as by NASA and NOAA.

Uncertainty about the role of the Southern Ocean

Once human-produced emissions of CO2 — from burning fossil fuels and other activities — enter the atmosphere, some of the gas is taken up by plants and some is absorbed into the ocean. While the overall concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere continues to increase, causing the global temperature to rise, these land and ocean “sinks” slow the effect.

A more precise understanding of where carbon sinks exist, how big they are, and how they may be changing as society continues to emit more CO2 is crucial to projecting the future trajectory of climate change. It is also necessary for evaluating the impact of potential emission reduction measures and CO2 removal technologies.

Scientists have long thought that the Southern Ocean is an important carbon sink. In the region around Antarctica, cold water from the deep ocean is transported to the surface. This upwelling water may not have seen the surface of the ocean for hundreds of years — but once in contact with the atmosphere, it’s able to absorb CO2 before sinking again.

Measurements of CO2 and related properties in the ocean suggest that 40 percent of all human-produced CO2 now stored in the ocean was originally taken up by the Southern Ocean. But measuring the actual flux at the surface — the back and forth exchange of CO2 between the water and the overlying air throughout a year — has been challenging.

In recent years, scientists have used observations of pH taken from autonomous floats deployed in the Southern Ocean to infer information about air-sea carbon flux. The results of those efforts suggested that the carbon sink in the Southern Ocean might be much smaller than previously thought. The possibility that the prevailing understanding of the role the Southern Ocean plays in the carbon cycle might be wrong generated a lot of discussion within the scientific community and left unanswered questions, including where the excess CO2 is going if not into the Southern Ocean. Could there be a significant sink on land or elsewhere in the global oceans that scientists have missed?

The value of atmospheric measurements

In the new study, the research team sought to address the uncertainty by looking at carbon in the air instead of in the water. The atmosphere and the ocean exist in balance, and they are constantly exchanging CO2, oxygen, and other gases with each other.

The research team pieced together airborne measurements from three different field projects with deployments stretching over nearly a decade: the HIAPER Pole-to-Pole Observations (HIPPO) project, the O2/N2 Ratio and CO2 Airborne Southern Ocean (ORCAS) study, and the Atmospheric Tomography (ATom) mission.

While there are also surface monitoring stations that measure CO2 in the atmosphere over the Southern Ocean, these stations are relatively few and far between, making it difficult to characterize what is happening across the entire region.

“The atmospheric CO2 signals over the Southern Ocean are small and challenging to measure, especially from surface stations using different instruments run by different laboratories,” said NCAR scientist Britton Stephens, a co-author of the study who co-led or participated in all of the field campaigns. “But with the suite of high-performance instrumentation we flew, the signals were striking and unequivocal.”

Critically, the data from the aircraft campaigns captured the vertical CO2 gradient. For example, during the NSF-funded ORCAS field campaign, which took place in January and February 2016, Stephens, Long, and other scientists on board the NSF/NCAR HIAPER Gulfstream V research aircraft could see a decrease in CO2 concentrations on their instruments as the plane descended.

“Every time the GV dipped near the surface, turbulence increased — indicating the air was in contact with the ocean — at precisely the moment when all the CO2 instruments registered a drop in concentrations,” Stephens said. “You could feel it.”

The new study finds that this gradient is quite sensitive to the air-sea carbon flux, offering researchers an unprecedented opportunity to characterize the Southern Ocean’s carbon uptake.

“We needed observations that included both intensive surveys at a particular time of the year and that spanned the seasonal cycle,” Long said. “That was the motivation for combining multiple aircraft campaigns that span roughly a decade. We were able to aggregate them together to assess the mean seasonal cycle of CO2 variability in the atmosphere.”

After piecing together how CO2 typically varies in the atmosphere at a particular time of the year, the research team turned to a suite of atmospheric models to help them translate their atmospheric profiles into an estimate of how much CO2 the ocean was soaking up or releasing. Their conclusion was that the Southern Ocean takes in significantly more carbon in the summer than it loses during the winter, absorbing a whopping 2 billion tons of CO2 over the course of a year. In the summer, blooms of photosynthetic algae, or phytoplankton, play a key role in driving CO2 uptake into the ocean.

The research team noted that a regular program of future airborne observations over the Southern Ocean could also help scientists understand whether the area’s capacity to continue taking up carbon may change in the future. A similar measurement strategy could yield important information in other regions of the globe too.

“We’ve really seen that these observations are hugely powerful,” Long said. “Future aircraft observations could yield extremely high scientific value for the investment. It’s critical that we have a finger on the pulse of the carbon cycle as we enter a period when global society is taking action to reduce CO2 in the atmosphere. These observations can help us do just that.”

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Aircraft reveal a surprisingly strong Southern Ocean carbon sink

" } ["summary"]=> string(669) "Journal Reference: Matthew C. Long, Britton B. Stephens, Kathryn McKain, Colm Sweeney, Ralph F. Keeling, Eric A. Kort, Eric J. Morgan, Jonathan D. Bent, Naveen Chandra, Frederic Chevallier, Róisín Commane, Bruce C. Daube, Paul B. Krummel, Zoë Loh, Ingrid T. Luijkx, David Munro, Prabir Patra, Wouter Peters, Michel Ramonet, Christian Rödenbeck, Ann Stavert, Pieter Tans, ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(8590) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Matthew C. Long, Britton B. Stephens, Kathryn McKain, Colm Sweeney, Ralph F. Keeling, Eric A. Kort, Eric J. Morgan, Jonathan D. Bent, Naveen Chandra, Frederic Chevallier, Róisín Commane, Bruce C. Daube, Paul B. Krummel, Zoë Loh, Ingrid T. Luijkx, David Munro, Prabir Patra, Wouter Peters, Michel Ramonet, Christian Rödenbeck, Ann Stavert, Pieter Tans, Steven C. Wofsy. Strong Southern Ocean carbon uptake evident in airborne observations. Science, 2021; 374 (6572): 1275 DOI: 10.1126/science.abi4355

The findings provide clarity about the role the icy waters surrounding Antarctica play in buffering the impact of increasing greenhouse gas emissions, after research published in recent years suggested the Southern Ocean might be less of a sink than previously thought.

The new study, published this week in the journal Science, makes use of observations from research aircraft flown during three field projects over nearly a decade, as well as a collection of atmospheric models, to determine that the Southern Ocean takes up significantly more carbon than it releases. The research also highlights the power that airborne observations have to reveal critical patterns in the global carbon cycle.

“You can’t fool the atmosphere,” said NCAR scientist Matthew Long, the paper’s lead author. “While measurements taken from the ocean surface and from land are important, they are too sparse to provide a reliable picture of air-sea carbon flux. The atmosphere, however, can integrate fluxes over large expanses. Airborne measurements show a drawdown of CO2 in the lower atmosphere over the Southern Ocean surface in summer, indicating carbon uptake by the ocean.”

The research is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), which is NCAR’s sponsor, as well as by NASA and NOAA.

Uncertainty about the role of the Southern Ocean

Once human-produced emissions of CO2 — from burning fossil fuels and other activities — enter the atmosphere, some of the gas is taken up by plants and some is absorbed into the ocean. While the overall concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere continues to increase, causing the global temperature to rise, these land and ocean “sinks” slow the effect.

A more precise understanding of where carbon sinks exist, how big they are, and how they may be changing as society continues to emit more CO2 is crucial to projecting the future trajectory of climate change. It is also necessary for evaluating the impact of potential emission reduction measures and CO2 removal technologies.

Scientists have long thought that the Southern Ocean is an important carbon sink. In the region around Antarctica, cold water from the deep ocean is transported to the surface. This upwelling water may not have seen the surface of the ocean for hundreds of years — but once in contact with the atmosphere, it’s able to absorb CO2 before sinking again.

Measurements of CO2 and related properties in the ocean suggest that 40 percent of all human-produced CO2 now stored in the ocean was originally taken up by the Southern Ocean. But measuring the actual flux at the surface — the back and forth exchange of CO2 between the water and the overlying air throughout a year — has been challenging.

In recent years, scientists have used observations of pH taken from autonomous floats deployed in the Southern Ocean to infer information about air-sea carbon flux. The results of those efforts suggested that the carbon sink in the Southern Ocean might be much smaller than previously thought. The possibility that the prevailing understanding of the role the Southern Ocean plays in the carbon cycle might be wrong generated a lot of discussion within the scientific community and left unanswered questions, including where the excess CO2 is going if not into the Southern Ocean. Could there be a significant sink on land or elsewhere in the global oceans that scientists have missed?

The value of atmospheric measurements

In the new study, the research team sought to address the uncertainty by looking at carbon in the air instead of in the water. The atmosphere and the ocean exist in balance, and they are constantly exchanging CO2, oxygen, and other gases with each other.

The research team pieced together airborne measurements from three different field projects with deployments stretching over nearly a decade: the HIAPER Pole-to-Pole Observations (HIPPO) project, the O2/N2 Ratio and CO2 Airborne Southern Ocean (ORCAS) study, and the Atmospheric Tomography (ATom) mission.

While there are also surface monitoring stations that measure CO2 in the atmosphere over the Southern Ocean, these stations are relatively few and far between, making it difficult to characterize what is happening across the entire region.

“The atmospheric CO2 signals over the Southern Ocean are small and challenging to measure, especially from surface stations using different instruments run by different laboratories,” said NCAR scientist Britton Stephens, a co-author of the study who co-led or participated in all of the field campaigns. “But with the suite of high-performance instrumentation we flew, the signals were striking and unequivocal.”

Critically, the data from the aircraft campaigns captured the vertical CO2 gradient. For example, during the NSF-funded ORCAS field campaign, which took place in January and February 2016, Stephens, Long, and other scientists on board the NSF/NCAR HIAPER Gulfstream V research aircraft could see a decrease in CO2 concentrations on their instruments as the plane descended.

“Every time the GV dipped near the surface, turbulence increased — indicating the air was in contact with the ocean — at precisely the moment when all the CO2 instruments registered a drop in concentrations,” Stephens said. “You could feel it.”

The new study finds that this gradient is quite sensitive to the air-sea carbon flux, offering researchers an unprecedented opportunity to characterize the Southern Ocean’s carbon uptake.

“We needed observations that included both intensive surveys at a particular time of the year and that spanned the seasonal cycle,” Long said. “That was the motivation for combining multiple aircraft campaigns that span roughly a decade. We were able to aggregate them together to assess the mean seasonal cycle of CO2 variability in the atmosphere.”

After piecing together how CO2 typically varies in the atmosphere at a particular time of the year, the research team turned to a suite of atmospheric models to help them translate their atmospheric profiles into an estimate of how much CO2 the ocean was soaking up or releasing. Their conclusion was that the Southern Ocean takes in significantly more carbon in the summer than it loses during the winter, absorbing a whopping 2 billion tons of CO2 over the course of a year. In the summer, blooms of photosynthetic algae, or phytoplankton, play a key role in driving CO2 uptake into the ocean.

The research team noted that a regular program of future airborne observations over the Southern Ocean could also help scientists understand whether the area’s capacity to continue taking up carbon may change in the future. A similar measurement strategy could yield important information in other regions of the globe too.

“We’ve really seen that these observations are hugely powerful,” Long said. “Future aircraft observations could yield extremely high scientific value for the investment. It’s critical that we have a finger on the pulse of the carbon cycle as we enter a period when global society is taking action to reduce CO2 in the atmosphere. These observations can help us do just that.”

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Aircraft reveal a surprisingly strong Southern Ocean carbon sink

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638494203) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(107) "Wall Street shakes off volatility caused by the Omicron strain and inflation: all indices closed with gains" ["link"]=> string(131) "http://happynewbaby.com/wall-street-shakes-off-volatility-caused-by-the-omicron-strain-and-inflation-all-indices-closed-with-gains/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Sally Scully" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 01:15:07 +0000" ["category"]=> string(76) "NewscausedclosedgainsindicesinflationOmicronshakesstrainStreetvolatilitywall" ["guid"]=> string(32) "https://happynewbaby.com/?p=7643" ["description"]=> string(762) "An economist works at the New York Stock Exchange (Photo: EFE / Justin Lane) Wall Street closed green on Thursday, the second day it regained ground after the volatility unleashed by the omicron variant of the coronavirus. All three US indices advanced and investors went for value over growth. Small businesses and transport, sensitive to ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4374) "
An economist works at the New York Stock Exchange (Photo: EFE / Justin Lane)

Wall Street closed green on Thursday, the second day it regained ground after the volatility unleashed by the omicron variant of the coronavirus. All three US indices advanced and investors went for value over growth. Small businesses and transport, sensitive to the economic cycle, outperformed the market as a whole.

Of the three major indices, the Dow Jones gained the most, and Boeing Co. was the value that most drove the Industrial Average.

The Dow Jones added 1.8% 575.03 points, to 34,597.07, while selective S&P 500 it advanced 1.4% or 56.26 units, to 4,569.40. The composite market index Nasdaq, in which the technology companies with the highest capitalization are listed, gained 0.8% or 127.27 integers, up to 15,381.32.

The S&P 500 was 29 days in a row without a 1% variation, neither up nor down, but omicron arrives and in five days we have had this burst of volatility“Said Ryan Detrick, chief market strategist at LPL Financial.

After the worst two-day drop in over a year, we’re finally seeing a bit of a reboundDetrick added. “Buyers are starting to pick after the recent weakness and pushed stocks higher, but omicron’s uncertainty is still there.”

As the world’s governments scramble to determine how to respond to the emerging omicron variant of COVID-19, The United States is set to require private health insurance companies to provide home testing, a policy expected to take effect on January 15.

The omicron variant has put nervous to the markets for about a week, especially affecting the values ​​related to the travels, as they have enacted a mosaic of new restrictions around the world, but companies rallied in Thursday’s session.

The S&P indices 1500 Airlines and Hotel and Restaurants they ended the session with a sharp rise.

Data on applications for unemployment benefit and the layoffs projected once again demonstrated that entrepreneurs are increasingly reluctant to lay off in a tight labor market, a result of the demand boom that collides with the shortage of workers and low participation in the labor market.

Labor shortages, combined with persistent supply chain constraints, supply, has contributed to erase the word “transitory”From the vocabulary on inflation in the Federal ReserveAs wages and prices continue to rise, which could translate into a rate hike sooner and faster than many expected.

Market players are now turning their gaze to the expected November Labor Department employment report, expected on Friday.

We are optimistic that we will have another solid figure, which suggests that the economy remains on a very strong footing.Detrick added. “We are attentive to the growth of wages in case there is any indication of possible inflationary concern.”

(With information from EFE and Reuters)

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Wall Street shakes off volatility caused by the Omicron strain and inflation: all indices closed with gains

" } ["summary"]=> string(762) "An economist works at the New York Stock Exchange (Photo: EFE / Justin Lane) Wall Street closed green on Thursday, the second day it regained ground after the volatility unleashed by the omicron variant of the coronavirus. All three US indices advanced and investors went for value over growth. Small businesses and transport, sensitive to ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4374) "
An economist works at the New York Stock Exchange (Photo: EFE / Justin Lane)

Wall Street closed green on Thursday, the second day it regained ground after the volatility unleashed by the omicron variant of the coronavirus. All three US indices advanced and investors went for value over growth. Small businesses and transport, sensitive to the economic cycle, outperformed the market as a whole.

Of the three major indices, the Dow Jones gained the most, and Boeing Co. was the value that most drove the Industrial Average.

The Dow Jones added 1.8% 575.03 points, to 34,597.07, while selective S&P 500 it advanced 1.4% or 56.26 units, to 4,569.40. The composite market index Nasdaq, in which the technology companies with the highest capitalization are listed, gained 0.8% or 127.27 integers, up to 15,381.32.

The S&P 500 was 29 days in a row without a 1% variation, neither up nor down, but omicron arrives and in five days we have had this burst of volatility“Said Ryan Detrick, chief market strategist at LPL Financial.

After the worst two-day drop in over a year, we’re finally seeing a bit of a reboundDetrick added. “Buyers are starting to pick after the recent weakness and pushed stocks higher, but omicron’s uncertainty is still there.”

As the world’s governments scramble to determine how to respond to the emerging omicron variant of COVID-19, The United States is set to require private health insurance companies to provide home testing, a policy expected to take effect on January 15.

The omicron variant has put nervous to the markets for about a week, especially affecting the values ​​related to the travels, as they have enacted a mosaic of new restrictions around the world, but companies rallied in Thursday’s session.

The S&P indices 1500 Airlines and Hotel and Restaurants they ended the session with a sharp rise.

Data on applications for unemployment benefit and the layoffs projected once again demonstrated that entrepreneurs are increasingly reluctant to lay off in a tight labor market, a result of the demand boom that collides with the shortage of workers and low participation in the labor market.

Labor shortages, combined with persistent supply chain constraints, supply, has contributed to erase the word “transitory”From the vocabulary on inflation in the Federal ReserveAs wages and prices continue to rise, which could translate into a rate hike sooner and faster than many expected.

Market players are now turning their gaze to the expected November Labor Department employment report, expected on Friday.

We are optimistic that we will have another solid figure, which suggests that the economy remains on a very strong footing.Detrick added. “We are attentive to the growth of wages in case there is any indication of possible inflationary concern.”

(With information from EFE and Reuters)

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Closing the frontiers for the Omicron variant is ignoring the scientific evidence

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Wall Street shakes off volatility caused by the Omicron strain and inflation: all indices closed with gains

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638494107) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(19) "Porto felt with TAP" ["link"]=> string(44) "http://happynewbaby.com/porto-felt-with-tap/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Holly Harper" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 01:00:38 +0000" ["category"]=> string(16) "NewsfeltPortoTAP" ["guid"]=> string(32) "https://happynewbaby.com/?p=7637" ["description"]=> string(521) "Almiro Ferreira Yesterday at 9:40 pm Rui Moreira denounces the carrier’s alleged treatment of privilege to Lisbon: “We understand the strategy, what we don’t like is to pay the bill for it”. From left to right, the entire Invicta against “the centralist strategy” of the flag company. On the same day, this Thursday, in which ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7021) "

Rui Moreira denounces the carrier’s alleged treatment of privilege to Lisbon: “We understand the strategy, what we don’t like is to pay the bill for it”. From left to right, the entire Invicta against “the centralist strategy” of the flag company.

On the same day, this Thursday, in which JN exposed the reduction to historic levels of the public service provided by TAP at Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport – only one in ten passengers passing through Pedras Rubras travel with the national airline -, the Porto mayor, Rui Moreira, added more criticism to the management of the company rescued by the State, which is accused of favoring Lisbon airport, to the detriment of others.

“TAP has its “hub” in Lisbon and, therefore, it has no use for the city of Porto. It is part of the Government’s strategy for TAP, however much the Government hides it. It is the last imperial company, it has as its only strategy to be a “hub” company, and its “hub”, admittedly, is Lisbon”, declared Rui Moreira.

“We fully understand – added the mayor – that TAP is relevant to Lisbon and that Lisbon is relevant to TAP. We just don’t like to be paying the bill for that, and we demand a set of resources for the region to attract other companies airlines”.

Requirement for other direct flights

The mayor of Porto also asks for more involvement from the Metropolitan Area of ​​Porto – “It would be better for the AMP to concentrate on making demands of the Government, not least because most mayors are the color of the Government” – and demands “resources to attract direct” long-haul and intercontinental flights.

“It is very important that we have Emirates again, that we increase the frequency of Turkish, that we have United Airlines, British Airways, KLM. TAP is better off not coming and therefore spare us this disgrace, but compensating Porto. But also Faro. In Faro, the situation is worse,” said the Porto mayor.

Moreira’s position is in line with the exhibition signed by the municipal Executive and sent, in July, to deputies elected by the electoral circle of Porto. “I did not vote in favor of it, because it was required that the alternative be Ryanair or another private. We do not agree with that. TAP has to play this role”, says Ilda Figueiredo, councilor at CDU.

“TAP and the Government have to review the strategy. They must pay full attention here to the North and re-establish the routes that already existed in Pedras Rubras, to the world, to Europe, to Portuguese-speaking countries and to countries where there are communities of emigrants. It must be done urgently. This is the central issue and we have defended it several times, in the Chamber and in the Assembly of the Republic”, underlined Ilda Figueiredo.

“Ghastly charge”

Alberto Machado, PSD councilor in the Porto Chamber, verifies, for his part, that “to justify the thousands of euros that each Portuguese has already paid, TAP has to be much more than this”.

“Contrary to what they wanted to sell, TAP is not a flagship company. It must be closed down or re-privatized, so that we can get rid of this dreadful burden”, adds Alberto Machado.

From Brussels – where he sees how “it is incredible that TAP does not have flights from Porto to the capital of Europe” – Sérgio Aires, councilor of the Left Block in the Porto Chamber, cuts short and concludes: “The Block’s position is the usual and it can be summed up in one sentence – TAP must have a North. And ANA, which is also part of the same package as the problem, must be renationalised. Porto has become a stop and low-cost contributes to the monoculture of tourism, which poses serious problems for the city and the region.”

Railway and “responsible and sustainable policies”

From Lisbon and the Assembly of the Republic, deputy Bebiana Cunha, from PAN, observes that the national carrier, “with the connivance or the support of the Government, has not prioritized Porto in terms of its service as a final destination at Francisco Sá Airport RAM”.

“TAP refers as positive the increase from 5% to 10% in the volume of passengers from the second to the third quarter [ndr: de facto, segundo o antepenúltimo relatório trimestral (Abril-Junho deste ano) da Associação Nacional da Aviação Civil, a companhia nacional detinha 12% da cota de passageiros em Pedras Rubras], but it had 20% in the fourth quarter of 2019”, stresses Bebiana Cunha.

“Nevertheless – said the deputy -, for the PAN it is essential that urgent investment be made in the railroad. We should be debating international connections in this way”.

Bebiana Cunha gives the example of the Porto-Bragança-Zamora-Madrid railway connection and urges the Government to follow “responsible and sustainable policies”, which “are not made at the expense of such pressure on the city and on citizens, for via low-cost companies”.

“They are done with structured responses, to really respond to needs, something in which we have too many years of delay in Portugal”, concluded the PAN deputy, who ran for the Porto Chamber in the last municipal elections.

Another deputy running for the Porto Chamber in the September municipal councils, socialist Tiago Barbosa Ribeiro, a councilor without a portfolio, says that “although it has been increasing its routes at the intercontinental level”, TAP “remains, manifestly, not serving the interests of Porto and regional cohesion”.

“It seems to me that it is necessary to maintain constructive criticism and the demand that TAP, as a public company, serve the national whole, Porto, by the way, and the other airports, in addition to Lisbon”, concludes Tiago Barbosa Ribeiro.

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Porto felt with TAP

" } ["summary"]=> string(521) "Almiro Ferreira Yesterday at 9:40 pm Rui Moreira denounces the carrier’s alleged treatment of privilege to Lisbon: “We understand the strategy, what we don’t like is to pay the bill for it”. From left to right, the entire Invicta against “the centralist strategy” of the flag company. On the same day, this Thursday, in which ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7021) "

Rui Moreira denounces the carrier’s alleged treatment of privilege to Lisbon: “We understand the strategy, what we don’t like is to pay the bill for it”. From left to right, the entire Invicta against “the centralist strategy” of the flag company.

On the same day, this Thursday, in which JN exposed the reduction to historic levels of the public service provided by TAP at Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport – only one in ten passengers passing through Pedras Rubras travel with the national airline -, the Porto mayor, Rui Moreira, added more criticism to the management of the company rescued by the State, which is accused of favoring Lisbon airport, to the detriment of others.

“TAP has its “hub” in Lisbon and, therefore, it has no use for the city of Porto. It is part of the Government’s strategy for TAP, however much the Government hides it. It is the last imperial company, it has as its only strategy to be a “hub” company, and its “hub”, admittedly, is Lisbon”, declared Rui Moreira.

“We fully understand – added the mayor – that TAP is relevant to Lisbon and that Lisbon is relevant to TAP. We just don’t like to be paying the bill for that, and we demand a set of resources for the region to attract other companies airlines”.

Requirement for other direct flights

The mayor of Porto also asks for more involvement from the Metropolitan Area of ​​Porto – “It would be better for the AMP to concentrate on making demands of the Government, not least because most mayors are the color of the Government” – and demands “resources to attract direct” long-haul and intercontinental flights.

“It is very important that we have Emirates again, that we increase the frequency of Turkish, that we have United Airlines, British Airways, KLM. TAP is better off not coming and therefore spare us this disgrace, but compensating Porto. But also Faro. In Faro, the situation is worse,” said the Porto mayor.

Moreira’s position is in line with the exhibition signed by the municipal Executive and sent, in July, to deputies elected by the electoral circle of Porto. “I did not vote in favor of it, because it was required that the alternative be Ryanair or another private. We do not agree with that. TAP has to play this role”, says Ilda Figueiredo, councilor at CDU.

“TAP and the Government have to review the strategy. They must pay full attention here to the North and re-establish the routes that already existed in Pedras Rubras, to the world, to Europe, to Portuguese-speaking countries and to countries where there are communities of emigrants. It must be done urgently. This is the central issue and we have defended it several times, in the Chamber and in the Assembly of the Republic”, underlined Ilda Figueiredo.

“Ghastly charge”

Alberto Machado, PSD councilor in the Porto Chamber, verifies, for his part, that “to justify the thousands of euros that each Portuguese has already paid, TAP has to be much more than this”.

“Contrary to what they wanted to sell, TAP is not a flagship company. It must be closed down or re-privatized, so that we can get rid of this dreadful burden”, adds Alberto Machado.

From Brussels – where he sees how “it is incredible that TAP does not have flights from Porto to the capital of Europe” – Sérgio Aires, councilor of the Left Block in the Porto Chamber, cuts short and concludes: “The Block’s position is the usual and it can be summed up in one sentence – TAP must have a North. And ANA, which is also part of the same package as the problem, must be renationalised. Porto has become a stop and low-cost contributes to the monoculture of tourism, which poses serious problems for the city and the region.”

Railway and “responsible and sustainable policies”

From Lisbon and the Assembly of the Republic, deputy Bebiana Cunha, from PAN, observes that the national carrier, “with the connivance or the support of the Government, has not prioritized Porto in terms of its service as a final destination at Francisco Sá Airport RAM”.

“TAP refers as positive the increase from 5% to 10% in the volume of passengers from the second to the third quarter [ndr: de facto, segundo o antepenúltimo relatório trimestral (Abril-Junho deste ano) da Associação Nacional da Aviação Civil, a companhia nacional detinha 12% da cota de passageiros em Pedras Rubras], but it had 20% in the fourth quarter of 2019”, stresses Bebiana Cunha.

“Nevertheless – said the deputy -, for the PAN it is essential that urgent investment be made in the railroad. We should be debating international connections in this way”.

Bebiana Cunha gives the example of the Porto-Bragança-Zamora-Madrid railway connection and urges the Government to follow “responsible and sustainable policies”, which “are not made at the expense of such pressure on the city and on citizens, for via low-cost companies”.

“They are done with structured responses, to really respond to needs, something in which we have too many years of delay in Portugal”, concluded the PAN deputy, who ran for the Porto Chamber in the last municipal elections.

Another deputy running for the Porto Chamber in the September municipal councils, socialist Tiago Barbosa Ribeiro, a councilor without a portfolio, says that “although it has been increasing its routes at the intercontinental level”, TAP “remains, manifestly, not serving the interests of Porto and regional cohesion”.

“It seems to me that it is necessary to maintain constructive criticism and the demand that TAP, as a public company, serve the national whole, Porto, by the way, and the other airports, in addition to Lisbon”, concludes Tiago Barbosa Ribeiro.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638493238) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(153) "Toyota Yaris GR Sport 2022 arrives with a new look: more sporty and youthful Toyota Yaris GR Sport 2022 arrives with a new look: more sporty and youthful" ["link"]=> string(176) "http://happynewbaby.com/toyota-yaris-gr-sport-2022-arrives-with-a-new-look-more-sporty-and-youthful-toyota-yaris-gr-sport-2022-arrives-with-a-new-look-more-sporty-and-youthful/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(9) "Blue Holt" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 00:59:36 +0000" ["category"]=> string(42) "SportarrivessportsportyToyotaYarisyouthful" ["guid"]=> string(31) "http://happynewbaby.com/?p=7631" ["description"]=> string(893) "Toyota Yaris GR Sport officially debuted in Europe. This new variant comes with cosmetic improvements for a better appearance. The Japanese brand adds new launches to the third generation of one of its most representative models in the “City Car” segment. It is the new sports variant Toyota Yaris GR Sport for Europe that offers ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7761) "

Toyota Yaris GR Sport officially debuted in Europe. This new variant comes with cosmetic improvements for a better appearance.

The Japanese brand adds new launches to the third generation of one of its most representative models in the “City Car” segment. It is the new sports variant Toyota Yaris GR Sport for Europe that offers novelties in its aesthetics for a more imposing appearance.

At the moment this new version is only available for the old continent market, but its offer is expected to expand to new markets later on. Although it received no power improvements, the style and suspension they bring that sporty spicy touch to Toyota’s supermini hybrid.

This new look is possible thanks to the work of the Toyota Gazoo Racing department. While it’s easy to mistake this model for the three-door Toyota GR Yaris, this Sport represents another level of equipment which condenses the existing Icon, Design, Dynamic and Excel options into the regular Yaris range.

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Details of the Yaris GR Sport

Among the novelties that the Toyota Yaris GR Sport brings us with respect to its regular variant, we have the color Gris Dynamic exclusive to the brand’s GR Sport, but used for the first time in the Yaris. This hatch is fitted with a new design of multi-spoke alloy wheels from 18 inches. These are retouched with red details that give meaning to the muscular fenders.

On the front it shows a new mesh grille “G motif” Shiny black with Gazoo Racing insignia. Seen from behind, it boasts a redesigned diffuser in the shape of a “T” that gives the illusion of a more robust Yaris GR Sport than it really is. Inside, at first glance its sports steering wheel in leather with red stitching.

Likewise, it offers new seats with special upholstery and integrated headrest. These incorporate the red accents with standard fabric upholstery or Ultra suede optionl. To its ‘styling’ are added the start buttons and the control panel that are consistent with the personality of the model.

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The heart of the hatch

On the mechanical level, the main novelties are in the vehicle’s suspension. They have replaced the shock absorbersfront and rear s to offer a firmer moron from low speeds without affecting driving comfort. This is fused with the modified electronic power steering that it will offer improvements in speed and precision.

Its powertrain can be combined with the gasoline engine 1.5-liter VVT-i what produces 123 Hp of power or with the propulsion system 1.5-liter hybrid that delivers 114 Hp combined. In the former case, power is transmitted to the front axle via a six-speed iMT intelligent manual transmission, while the hybrid gets the CVT.

Also read: Toyota Yaris GR Sport: The hatchback takes out its sportier ‘look’


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Toyota Yaris GR Sport 2022 arrives with a new look: more sporty and youthful Toyota Yaris GR Sport 2022 arrives with a new look: more sporty and youthful

" } ["summary"]=> string(893) "Toyota Yaris GR Sport officially debuted in Europe. This new variant comes with cosmetic improvements for a better appearance. The Japanese brand adds new launches to the third generation of one of its most representative models in the “City Car” segment. It is the new sports variant Toyota Yaris GR Sport for Europe that offers ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7761) "

Toyota Yaris GR Sport officially debuted in Europe. This new variant comes with cosmetic improvements for a better appearance.

The Japanese brand adds new launches to the third generation of one of its most representative models in the “City Car” segment. It is the new sports variant Toyota Yaris GR Sport for Europe that offers novelties in its aesthetics for a more imposing appearance.

At the moment this new version is only available for the old continent market, but its offer is expected to expand to new markets later on. Although it received no power improvements, the style and suspension they bring that sporty spicy touch to Toyota’s supermini hybrid.

This new look is possible thanks to the work of the Toyota Gazoo Racing department. While it’s easy to mistake this model for the three-door Toyota GR Yaris, this Sport represents another level of equipment which condenses the existing Icon, Design, Dynamic and Excel options into the regular Yaris range.

2021202 TOYOTA YARIS GR SPORT 2022 3

Details of the Yaris GR Sport

Among the novelties that the Toyota Yaris GR Sport brings us with respect to its regular variant, we have the color Gris Dynamic exclusive to the brand’s GR Sport, but used for the first time in the Yaris. This hatch is fitted with a new design of multi-spoke alloy wheels from 18 inches. These are retouched with red details that give meaning to the muscular fenders.

On the front it shows a new mesh grille “G motif” Shiny black with Gazoo Racing insignia. Seen from behind, it boasts a redesigned diffuser in the shape of a “T” that gives the illusion of a more robust Yaris GR Sport than it really is. Inside, at first glance its sports steering wheel in leather with red stitching.

Likewise, it offers new seats with special upholstery and integrated headrest. These incorporate the red accents with standard fabric upholstery or Ultra suede optionl. To its ‘styling’ are added the start buttons and the control panel that are consistent with the personality of the model.

2021202 TOYOTA YARIS GR SPORT 2022 4

2021202 TOYOTA YARIS GR SPORT 2022 5

The heart of the hatch

On the mechanical level, the main novelties are in the vehicle’s suspension. They have replaced the shock absorbersfront and rear s to offer a firmer moron from low speeds without affecting driving comfort. This is fused with the modified electronic power steering that it will offer improvements in speed and precision.

Its powertrain can be combined with the gasoline engine 1.5-liter VVT-i what produces 123 Hp of power or with the propulsion system 1.5-liter hybrid that delivers 114 Hp combined. In the former case, power is transmitted to the front axle via a six-speed iMT intelligent manual transmission, while the hybrid gets the CVT.

Also read: Toyota Yaris GR Sport: The hatchback takes out its sportier ‘look’


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Toyota Yaris GR Sport 2022 arrives with a new look: more sporty and youthful Toyota Yaris GR Sport 2022 arrives with a new look: more sporty and youthful

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638493176) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(68) "The budget of the National Sports Agency climbs to 451 million euros" ["link"]=> string(93) "http://happynewbaby.com/the-budget-of-the-national-sports-agency-climbs-to-451-million-euros/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Lance Kind" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 00:44:40 +0000" ["category"]=> string(49) "SportAgencybudgetclimbseurosmillionNationalSports" ["guid"]=> string(32) "https://happynewbaby.com/?p=7625" ["description"]=> string(624) "A few days before presenting the budget for the year 2022 at the last board of directors of the year, Frédéric Sanaur, director general of the National Sports Agency (ANS), does not hide his satisfaction. While the critics have not completely ceased on the role and the resources allocated to the agency, it will be ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7579) "

A few days before presenting the budget for the year 2022 at the last board of directors of the year, Frédéric Sanaur, director general of the National Sports Agency (ANS), does not hide his satisfaction. While the critics have not completely ceased on the role and the resources allocated to the agency, it will be able to rely on credits of 451 million euros in 2022, against 380 million this year.

« We have several objectives through this 2022 budget. First, to engage in the strongest possible way the deployment of Blue Ambition on high performance and high level. It means installing the 2024 high performance cells », Details Frédéric Sanaur, specifying that a dozen federations have already set up these cells intended to win medals in 2024. The credits intended for the high level thus go from 104 million euros in 2021 to 118 in 2022.

A plan to build local facilities

« It is an additional lever to support the performance contracts of the federations, to initiate the 2024 coach plan (announced by Claude Onesta, high performance manager within the ANS), better support athletes in the high performance circle “, Continues the general manager before adding:” The last axis of Blue Ambition is the regional performance houses “. These houses are intended to support athletes on a daily basis in the region and the first was inaugurated last fall at the CREPS (center of resources, expertise and sports performance) of Châtenay-Malabry in the Hauts-de-Seine.

The increase in the ANS budget results mathematically from the plan of 200 million euros announced in October by President Emmanuel Macron to renovate or build 5,000 local facilities by 2024, which will pass through the accounts of the agency at a rate of 100 million in 2022, 50 in 2023 and as many in 2024. ” We have identified the different types of equipment, asked the federations to make us projects, calculated the financial volumes for each of the equipment and we consult the local authorities. The desire is for the federations to structure themselves through the sports facilities that they will be able to run, all of this being done in conjunction with the territories. », Details Frédéric Sanaur.

The ANS will help finance 1000 dojos

Several of them already had their plans, such as the French hand and basketball federations or even judo. The FFJDA inaugurated in October in Nanterre (Hauts-de-Seine) the first of its 1,000 local dojos in the cities. The ANS is in the process of signing an agreement with the federation to participate in the financing of the 999 others.

In 2022, between 2,000 and 2,500 facilities will be built or renovated thanks to these credits. The average price of 40,000 euros, established by dividing the number of equipment by the overall budget, will not necessarily be the norm. ” We can make the big difference by financing the construction of 4 table tennis tables in a public park as well as the construction of a connected basketball sports hall. », Adds Frédéric Sanaur.

A “big gap” of 10,000 to 1 million euros, knowing that the system makes it possible to finance between 50 and 80% of the project, 100% overseas. ” The range should be between 10,000 and 500,000 euros “Says the former director general of the French Athletics Federation who sweeps aside the reproach of a plan that comes a little late.

« In 2021, we deployed the recovery plan and this unprecedented program comes at a time when we are ready to deploy it. We can clearly see that if we want to breathe new life into the development of sport in France, after a period and a complicated health context for several months, this local equipment will boost daily sports practice and this is very positive. He insists.

« For each equipment project, we will ask for a usage agreement between communities, schools, sports associations in order to guarantee free access slots so that we can practice in an organized way but also come alone, with our friends. or his colleagues, his retirement club… », continues the director who says he continues to work on the financing of larger and more expensive equipment such as gymnasiums, stadiums, swimming pools.

We want to thank the writer of this short article for this remarkable web content

The budget of the National Sports Agency climbs to 451 million euros

" } ["summary"]=> string(624) "A few days before presenting the budget for the year 2022 at the last board of directors of the year, Frédéric Sanaur, director general of the National Sports Agency (ANS), does not hide his satisfaction. While the critics have not completely ceased on the role and the resources allocated to the agency, it will be ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7579) "

A few days before presenting the budget for the year 2022 at the last board of directors of the year, Frédéric Sanaur, director general of the National Sports Agency (ANS), does not hide his satisfaction. While the critics have not completely ceased on the role and the resources allocated to the agency, it will be able to rely on credits of 451 million euros in 2022, against 380 million this year.

« We have several objectives through this 2022 budget. First, to engage in the strongest possible way the deployment of Blue Ambition on high performance and high level. It means installing the 2024 high performance cells », Details Frédéric Sanaur, specifying that a dozen federations have already set up these cells intended to win medals in 2024. The credits intended for the high level thus go from 104 million euros in 2021 to 118 in 2022.

A plan to build local facilities

« It is an additional lever to support the performance contracts of the federations, to initiate the 2024 coach plan (announced by Claude Onesta, high performance manager within the ANS), better support athletes in the high performance circle “, Continues the general manager before adding:” The last axis of Blue Ambition is the regional performance houses “. These houses are intended to support athletes on a daily basis in the region and the first was inaugurated last fall at the CREPS (center of resources, expertise and sports performance) of Châtenay-Malabry in the Hauts-de-Seine.

The increase in the ANS budget results mathematically from the plan of 200 million euros announced in October by President Emmanuel Macron to renovate or build 5,000 local facilities by 2024, which will pass through the accounts of the agency at a rate of 100 million in 2022, 50 in 2023 and as many in 2024. ” We have identified the different types of equipment, asked the federations to make us projects, calculated the financial volumes for each of the equipment and we consult the local authorities. The desire is for the federations to structure themselves through the sports facilities that they will be able to run, all of this being done in conjunction with the territories. », Details Frédéric Sanaur.

The ANS will help finance 1000 dojos

Several of them already had their plans, such as the French hand and basketball federations or even judo. The FFJDA inaugurated in October in Nanterre (Hauts-de-Seine) the first of its 1,000 local dojos in the cities. The ANS is in the process of signing an agreement with the federation to participate in the financing of the 999 others.

In 2022, between 2,000 and 2,500 facilities will be built or renovated thanks to these credits. The average price of 40,000 euros, established by dividing the number of equipment by the overall budget, will not necessarily be the norm. ” We can make the big difference by financing the construction of 4 table tennis tables in a public park as well as the construction of a connected basketball sports hall. », Adds Frédéric Sanaur.

A “big gap” of 10,000 to 1 million euros, knowing that the system makes it possible to finance between 50 and 80% of the project, 100% overseas. ” The range should be between 10,000 and 500,000 euros “Says the former director general of the French Athletics Federation who sweeps aside the reproach of a plan that comes a little late.

« In 2021, we deployed the recovery plan and this unprecedented program comes at a time when we are ready to deploy it. We can clearly see that if we want to breathe new life into the development of sport in France, after a period and a complicated health context for several months, this local equipment will boost daily sports practice and this is very positive. He insists.

« For each equipment project, we will ask for a usage agreement between communities, schools, sports associations in order to guarantee free access slots so that we can practice in an organized way but also come alone, with our friends. or his colleagues, his retirement club… », continues the director who says he continues to work on the financing of larger and more expensive equipment such as gymnasiums, stadiums, swimming pools.

We want to thank the writer of this short article for this remarkable web content

The budget of the National Sports Agency climbs to 451 million euros

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638492280) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(61) "La Pea Sport cae con orgullo ante el Mlaga en la Copa del Rey" ["link"]=> string(86) "http://happynewbaby.com/la-pea-sport-cae-con-orgullo-ante-el-mlaga-en-la-copa-del-rey/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Harry World" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 00:43:14 +0000" ["category"]=> string(37) "SportantecaeconCopadelorgulloReysport" ["guid"]=> string(32) "https://happynewbaby.com/?p=7619" ["description"]=> string(738) "Peña Sport 0Málaga 3 Peña Sport: Mendioroz, Sádaba, Perujo (Aguirrebeña, min.73), Mikel González, Gorka Jiménez, Alonso, Ozcáriz, Fermín Úriz (Satrústegui, min.58), Cubillo (Ilintxeta, min.58), Iván Martínez (Aser Albes, min.58) y Mikel Olcoz (Lizarraga, min.73). Málaga: Dani Barrio, Calero, Casas, D. Lombán (Peybernes, min.45), Cufre (Jiménez, min.46), Escassi (Genaro, min.70), Ismael Gutiérrez, Paulino (Antoñín, min.45), Haitam ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4538) "

Peña Sport 0
Málaga 3

Peña Sport: Mendioroz, Sádaba, Perujo (Aguirrebeña, min.73), Mikel González, Gorka Jiménez, Alonso, Ozcáriz, Fermín Úriz (Satrústegui, min.58), Cubillo (Ilintxeta, min.58), Iván Martínez (Aser Albes, min.58) y Mikel Olcoz (Lizarraga, min.73).

Málaga: Dani Barrio, Calero, Casas, D. Lombán (Peybernes, min.45), Cufre (Jiménez, min.46), Escassi (Genaro, min.70), Ismael Gutiérrez, Paulino (Antoñín, min.45), Haitam (Lorenzo, min.54), Jairo y Roberto Fernández.

Goles: 0-1, min.32: Paulino. 0-2, min.45+1: Lombán (p.). 0-3, min.74: Fernández.

Árbitro: Aitor Gorostegui, asistido por Javier Merino y Eliana Fernández. Amonestó a los locales Alonso, Albes, Lizarraga y Aguirrebeña, y a los visitantes Gutiérrez y Paulino.

Estadio: San Francisco de Tafalla, que presentó una gran entrada.

Una voluntariosa Peña Sport puede estar orgullosa de su participación en la Copa del Rey, a pesar del 0-3 que le endosó el Málaga en el San Fracisco, que presentó una sobresaliente entrada para alentar a los suyos.

Decía en la previa Unai Jáuregui que le iba a pedir a sus jugadores que fueran valientes y tratasen de quitarle la pelota al Málaga el mayor tiempo posible, pero lo más importante: que disfrutaran y compitieran. Y esto último sí que consiguió hacer el cuadro tafallés durante diversas fases del encuentro.

Sin embargo, la figura de Paulino fue un quebradero de cabeza para toda la Peña Sport. El ‘7’ campó a sus anchas por el tapete del San Francisco y se reivindicó al anotar el primer tanto de su equipo. El atacante cabeceó a la red un balón centrado desde la izquierda ante el que nada pudo hacer un Mendioroz que llegó a rozar el esférico. Era la media hora de juego y la Peña Sport solamente había logrado generar peligro a balón parado, pero se mostraba segura en fase defensiva.

Sin embargo, el segundo gol le sentó como un jarro de agua fría al cuadro tafallés. Jairo era derribado dentro del área entre Sádaba y Ozcáriz y Lombán no perdonaba desde los once metros para ampliar la ventaja en el marcador y poner tierra de por medio.

No obstante, la Peña Sport tiró de orgullo en la reanudación y lejos de arrojar la toalla y alzar la bandera blanca, ofreció los mejores minutos del equipo. Alonso, de disparo lejano, probaba desde lejos a un Dani Barrio al que exigió estirarse para evitar el primer tanto local. Unai Jáuregui movía el banquillo e introducía piernas frescas para refrescar el equipo, pero con los cambios no consiguió dar con la tecla y las fuerzas se igualaron.

En este combate a puntos en el que se convirtió la última media hora de partido ganó el Málaga. Avisó primero Iván Calero con un disparo al lateral de la red en una acción por banda derecha. Esta acción sería el preludio de lo que ocurriría tres minutos después.

Roberto Fernández, que no había tenido suerte en sus ocasiones de la primera mitad, culminó una jugada por banda derecha del conjunto malagueño para cerrar el encuentro. En el cuarto de hora restante, la afición local se dedicó a agradecer el esfuerzo de sus jugadores, que por un día tuvieron el privilegio de jugar contra un equipo de élite. 

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La Pea Sport cae con orgullo ante el Mlaga en la Copa del Rey

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Peña Sport: Mendioroz, Sádaba, Perujo (Aguirrebeña, min.73), Mikel González, Gorka Jiménez, Alonso, Ozcáriz, Fermín Úriz (Satrústegui, min.58), Cubillo (Ilintxeta, min.58), Iván Martínez (Aser Albes, min.58) y Mikel Olcoz (Lizarraga, min.73).

Málaga: Dani Barrio, Calero, Casas, D. Lombán (Peybernes, min.45), Cufre (Jiménez, min.46), Escassi (Genaro, min.70), Ismael Gutiérrez, Paulino (Antoñín, min.45), Haitam (Lorenzo, min.54), Jairo y Roberto Fernández.

Goles: 0-1, min.32: Paulino. 0-2, min.45+1: Lombán (p.). 0-3, min.74: Fernández.

Árbitro: Aitor Gorostegui, asistido por Javier Merino y Eliana Fernández. Amonestó a los locales Alonso, Albes, Lizarraga y Aguirrebeña, y a los visitantes Gutiérrez y Paulino.

Estadio: San Francisco de Tafalla, que presentó una gran entrada.

Una voluntariosa Peña Sport puede estar orgullosa de su participación en la Copa del Rey, a pesar del 0-3 que le endosó el Málaga en el San Fracisco, que presentó una sobresaliente entrada para alentar a los suyos.

Decía en la previa Unai Jáuregui que le iba a pedir a sus jugadores que fueran valientes y tratasen de quitarle la pelota al Málaga el mayor tiempo posible, pero lo más importante: que disfrutaran y compitieran. Y esto último sí que consiguió hacer el cuadro tafallés durante diversas fases del encuentro.

Sin embargo, la figura de Paulino fue un quebradero de cabeza para toda la Peña Sport. El ‘7’ campó a sus anchas por el tapete del San Francisco y se reivindicó al anotar el primer tanto de su equipo. El atacante cabeceó a la red un balón centrado desde la izquierda ante el que nada pudo hacer un Mendioroz que llegó a rozar el esférico. Era la media hora de juego y la Peña Sport solamente había logrado generar peligro a balón parado, pero se mostraba segura en fase defensiva.

Sin embargo, el segundo gol le sentó como un jarro de agua fría al cuadro tafallés. Jairo era derribado dentro del área entre Sádaba y Ozcáriz y Lombán no perdonaba desde los once metros para ampliar la ventaja en el marcador y poner tierra de por medio.

No obstante, la Peña Sport tiró de orgullo en la reanudación y lejos de arrojar la toalla y alzar la bandera blanca, ofreció los mejores minutos del equipo. Alonso, de disparo lejano, probaba desde lejos a un Dani Barrio al que exigió estirarse para evitar el primer tanto local. Unai Jáuregui movía el banquillo e introducía piernas frescas para refrescar el equipo, pero con los cambios no consiguió dar con la tecla y las fuerzas se igualaron.

En este combate a puntos en el que se convirtió la última media hora de partido ganó el Málaga. Avisó primero Iván Calero con un disparo al lateral de la red en una acción por banda derecha. Esta acción sería el preludio de lo que ocurriría tres minutos después.

Roberto Fernández, que no había tenido suerte en sus ocasiones de la primera mitad, culminó una jugada por banda derecha del conjunto malagueño para cerrar el encuentro. En el cuarto de hora restante, la afición local se dedicó a agradecer el esfuerzo de sus jugadores, que por un día tuvieron el privilegio de jugar contra un equipo de élite. 

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La Pea Sport cae con orgullo ante el Mlaga en la Copa del Rey

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638492194) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(80) "The US and Mexico reach an agreement to restart the ‘Stay in Mexico’ program" ["link"]=> string(99) "http://happynewbaby.com/the-us-and-mexico-reach-an-agreement-to-restart-the-stay-in-mexico-program/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Paula Hooper" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 00:40:45 +0000" ["category"]=> string(42) "NewsagreementMexicoProgramreachrestartstay" ["guid"]=> string(31) "http://happynewbaby.com/?p=7613" ["description"]=> string(734) "The Secretariat (Ministry) of Foreign Affairs of Mexico (SRE), said in a statement that, after the dialogue held between both governments through the technical working group on migration and development, Washington “ has communicated to the Government of Mexico that it will address all humanitarian concerns regarding the re-implementation ”of the program. The program returns ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9927) "

The Secretariat (Ministry) of Foreign Affairs of Mexico (SRE), said in a statement that, after the dialogue held between both governments through the technical working group on migration and development, Washington “ has communicated to the Government of Mexico that it will address all humanitarian concerns regarding the re-implementation ”of the program.

The program returns asylum seekers to Mexico to wait in that territory for the decisions made by the US immigration courts, It takes more than three years in some cases.

The Mexican government, which without its consent the program could not be reinstated, also said that, by virtue of the fact that the United States Government has accepted the humanitarian concerns presented, “It has decided that, for humanitarian reasons and temporarily, certain migrants who have an appointment to appear before an immigration judge in the United States to request asylum in that country will not return to their countries of origin”.

Brief history of the program

The MPP, also known as Stay in Mexico, was activated in January 2019 and discontinued in January 2021, when President Joe Biden took control of the White House.

According to data from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), some 70,000 immigrants who came to the southern border requesting asylum were returned. In March of this year, some 25,000 cases were active and the rest were either rejected or the refugee petitioners did not appear at their court hearings, mainly due to errors in the Notices of Appearance (NTA).

Among the conditions presented by Mexico and accepted by the Biden government, include “increasing resources for shelters and international organizations, protection for vulnerable groups, consideration of local conditions of security and capacity for shelter and care of the Institute. National Migration Agency (INM), as well as the application of measures against COVID-19, such as medical check-ups and the availability of vaccines for migrants subject to both the MPP and Title 42 of the United States Code “, explained the SRE .

The Government of Mexico also said that it “reiterated its commitment to the human rights of migrants, as well as to maintain orderly, safe and regular migration.”

The Washington Post newspaper said that the MPP resumption would begin in the Brownsville and Laredo (Texas) areas, according to two sources quoted by the newspaper.

In April, three months after the MPP was canceled, the Republican-ruled states of Texas and Missouri amended Biden’s immigration policy and demanded the reinstatement of Trump’s asylum program.

In the lawsuit, filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, in the Northern District Court of Texas, Amarillo division, they said the return of the controversial policy will put a stop to the “Criminal and humanitarian crisis on the border” between the two countries.

They further noted that the MPP “restricts the ability of undocumented aliens to remain in the United States during immigration proceedings, greatly reducing the burden on state and federal agencies charged with defending our border.”

“President Biden could immediately remedy the influx of crime across our border by reinstating the program,” they added.

The arguments add that “dangerous criminals are taking advantage of loopholes in law enforcement and is resulting in human trafficking, smuggling, a plethora of violent crimes, and a massive and unprecedented burden on state and federal programs to the ones that taxpayers must pay the bill, “Paxton said.

The official added that “we cannot allow this illegality to destroy our communities any longer. President Biden must act.”

On August 14, Federal Judge Matthew J. Kacsmary, in a 53-page decision, ordered the Biden administration to restore the MPP.

In the decision, the court found that the government “failed to analyze many critical factors” such as benefits of the program and that ending it had been illegal and harmful. “

Kacsmaryk also opined that the MPP discouraged migrants who did not qualify for asylum from coming to the United States. And by reversing the program, the judge found that harm was caused to the plaintiff states because by releasing the migrants they were allowed to use health services, apply for a driver’s license and go to school, in the case of the migrants. kids.

In mid-October, DHS said, through a statement, that it was taking the necessary steps to comply with the court order “that obliges us to re-implement the MPP in good faith.” And that everything depended on whether Mexico agrees to receive asylum seekers in its territory.

The program cannot be resumed without the consent of Mexico, as recognized by the Amarillo (Texas) federal court in its ruling. “Mexico is a sovereign nation that must make an independent decision to accept the return of individuals without status in Mexico as part of any re-implementation of the MPP,” said the DHS statement at the time, also posted on Twitter.

As DHS reactivates the MPP in compliance with the court order issued in August, in early November the ministry announced a new memorandum that will end the program, but its validity will have to wait until the end of the trial that keeps it alive.

DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said in a statement that the government “is tackling long-standing problems that have plagued our immigration system for decades to bring about the necessary systemic change.” And that the MPP “does not help to achieve this goal.”

Mayorkas explained that “the MPP had endemic flaws, imposed unjustifiable human costs, diverted resources and personnel from other priority efforts, and failed to address the root causes of irregular migration.”

The US national security chief further said that the program not only “undermined the government’s ability to implement fundamental changes to the immigration system, but it did not provide the fair process and humanitarian protections that people deserve under the law. “.

In a recent letter sent to the government by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), which groups some 15,000 members nationwide, said that people subject to PPM face “serious obstacles” in obtaining legal advice, “a situation that affects due process and opportunities to win your asylum cases, an available legal recourse.

It adds that immigrants and their attorneys face extreme dangers and hardships navigating this policy, and that in the past two years it has become clear that this program “violates due process and the defendants’ right to a fair day in court. ”And should not be implemented again.

It should be noted that the cases returned to Mexico are added to the queue of pending cases in the Immigration Court (EOIR) that adds up to more than 1.4 million accumulated files. And on average the resolution of a case can take more than 3.2 years.

AILA also points out that the rate of legal representation under the MPP is less than 7.5%, which means that the percentage of cases won is minimal to the detriment of people fleeing their countries in search of asylum in the United States.

In turn, those who wait for their audiences in high-risk areas are left homeless, living in extreme poverty and exposed to inclement weather.

Currently some 3,000 MPP cases are registered in the UNHCR database. The international agency hopes that the program will be reinstated, in accordance with the court order, to continue collaborating in the asylum processes.

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The US and Mexico reach an agreement to restart the ‘Stay in Mexico’ program

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The Secretariat (Ministry) of Foreign Affairs of Mexico (SRE), said in a statement that, after the dialogue held between both governments through the technical working group on migration and development, Washington “ has communicated to the Government of Mexico that it will address all humanitarian concerns regarding the re-implementation ”of the program.

The program returns asylum seekers to Mexico to wait in that territory for the decisions made by the US immigration courts, It takes more than three years in some cases.

The Mexican government, which without its consent the program could not be reinstated, also said that, by virtue of the fact that the United States Government has accepted the humanitarian concerns presented, “It has decided that, for humanitarian reasons and temporarily, certain migrants who have an appointment to appear before an immigration judge in the United States to request asylum in that country will not return to their countries of origin”.

Brief history of the program

The MPP, also known as Stay in Mexico, was activated in January 2019 and discontinued in January 2021, when President Joe Biden took control of the White House.

According to data from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), some 70,000 immigrants who came to the southern border requesting asylum were returned. In March of this year, some 25,000 cases were active and the rest were either rejected or the refugee petitioners did not appear at their court hearings, mainly due to errors in the Notices of Appearance (NTA).

Among the conditions presented by Mexico and accepted by the Biden government, include “increasing resources for shelters and international organizations, protection for vulnerable groups, consideration of local conditions of security and capacity for shelter and care of the Institute. National Migration Agency (INM), as well as the application of measures against COVID-19, such as medical check-ups and the availability of vaccines for migrants subject to both the MPP and Title 42 of the United States Code “, explained the SRE .

The Government of Mexico also said that it “reiterated its commitment to the human rights of migrants, as well as to maintain orderly, safe and regular migration.”

The Washington Post newspaper said that the MPP resumption would begin in the Brownsville and Laredo (Texas) areas, according to two sources quoted by the newspaper.

In April, three months after the MPP was canceled, the Republican-ruled states of Texas and Missouri amended Biden’s immigration policy and demanded the reinstatement of Trump’s asylum program.

In the lawsuit, filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, in the Northern District Court of Texas, Amarillo division, they said the return of the controversial policy will put a stop to the “Criminal and humanitarian crisis on the border” between the two countries.

They further noted that the MPP “restricts the ability of undocumented aliens to remain in the United States during immigration proceedings, greatly reducing the burden on state and federal agencies charged with defending our border.”

“President Biden could immediately remedy the influx of crime across our border by reinstating the program,” they added.

The arguments add that “dangerous criminals are taking advantage of loopholes in law enforcement and is resulting in human trafficking, smuggling, a plethora of violent crimes, and a massive and unprecedented burden on state and federal programs to the ones that taxpayers must pay the bill, “Paxton said.

The official added that “we cannot allow this illegality to destroy our communities any longer. President Biden must act.”

On August 14, Federal Judge Matthew J. Kacsmary, in a 53-page decision, ordered the Biden administration to restore the MPP.

In the decision, the court found that the government “failed to analyze many critical factors” such as benefits of the program and that ending it had been illegal and harmful. “

Kacsmaryk also opined that the MPP discouraged migrants who did not qualify for asylum from coming to the United States. And by reversing the program, the judge found that harm was caused to the plaintiff states because by releasing the migrants they were allowed to use health services, apply for a driver’s license and go to school, in the case of the migrants. kids.

In mid-October, DHS said, through a statement, that it was taking the necessary steps to comply with the court order “that obliges us to re-implement the MPP in good faith.” And that everything depended on whether Mexico agrees to receive asylum seekers in its territory.

The program cannot be resumed without the consent of Mexico, as recognized by the Amarillo (Texas) federal court in its ruling. “Mexico is a sovereign nation that must make an independent decision to accept the return of individuals without status in Mexico as part of any re-implementation of the MPP,” said the DHS statement at the time, also posted on Twitter.

As DHS reactivates the MPP in compliance with the court order issued in August, in early November the ministry announced a new memorandum that will end the program, but its validity will have to wait until the end of the trial that keeps it alive.

DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said in a statement that the government “is tackling long-standing problems that have plagued our immigration system for decades to bring about the necessary systemic change.” And that the MPP “does not help to achieve this goal.”

Mayorkas explained that “the MPP had endemic flaws, imposed unjustifiable human costs, diverted resources and personnel from other priority efforts, and failed to address the root causes of irregular migration.”

The US national security chief further said that the program not only “undermined the government’s ability to implement fundamental changes to the immigration system, but it did not provide the fair process and humanitarian protections that people deserve under the law. “.

In a recent letter sent to the government by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), which groups some 15,000 members nationwide, said that people subject to PPM face “serious obstacles” in obtaining legal advice, “a situation that affects due process and opportunities to win your asylum cases, an available legal recourse.

It adds that immigrants and their attorneys face extreme dangers and hardships navigating this policy, and that in the past two years it has become clear that this program “violates due process and the defendants’ right to a fair day in court. ”And should not be implemented again.

It should be noted that the cases returned to Mexico are added to the queue of pending cases in the Immigration Court (EOIR) that adds up to more than 1.4 million accumulated files. And on average the resolution of a case can take more than 3.2 years.

AILA also points out that the rate of legal representation under the MPP is less than 7.5%, which means that the percentage of cases won is minimal to the detriment of people fleeing their countries in search of asylum in the United States.

In turn, those who wait for their audiences in high-risk areas are left homeless, living in extreme poverty and exposed to inclement weather.

Currently some 3,000 MPP cases are registered in the UNHCR database. The international agency hopes that the program will be reinstated, in accordance with the court order, to continue collaborating in the asylum processes.

We would like to thank the writer of this post for this awesome content

The US and Mexico reach an agreement to restart the ‘Stay in Mexico’ program

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638492045) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(62) "Athletes devastate Portuguese Athletics Federation (Athletics)" ["link"]=> string(85) "http://happynewbaby.com/athletes-devastate-portuguese-athletics-federation-athletics/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(8) "Ann Moon" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 00:12:43 +0000" ["category"]=> string(50) "NewsAthletesAthleticsdevastateFederationPortuguese" ["guid"]=> string(32) "https://happynewbaby.com/?p=7607" ["description"]=> string(686) "Almost all the great figures in the middle-fund are there: Sara Moreira, Dulce Félix, Jessica Augusto, Rui Pinto, Ricardo Ribas, Licínio Pimentel, Rui Pedro Silva, José Moreira, Fernando Serrão, Catarina Ribeiro, Salomé Rocha, Solange Jesus, Susana Godinho, Hermano Ferreira, Laura Taborda, Doroteia Peixoto, Emanuel Rolim, Marisa Barros, Hélio Gomes… And no, that’s not all: there ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7751) "

Almost all the great figures in the middle-fund are there: Sara Moreira, Dulce Félix, Jessica Augusto, Rui Pinto, Ricardo Ribas, Licínio Pimentel, Rui Pedro Silva, José Moreira, Fernando Serrão, Catarina Ribeiro, Salomé Rocha, Solange Jesus, Susana Godinho, Hermano Ferreira, Laura Taborda, Doroteia Peixoto, Emanuel Rolim, Marisa Barros, Hélio Gomes… And no, that’s not all: there are also athletes from other specialties there – from Cátia Azevedo to Ana Cabecinha, from Tsanko Arnaudov to Vera Barbosa ….

All of these and a few more are the subscribers of a press release from high competition athletes that I have certainly seen shake national athletics – shared on their social networks under a black background with the symbol next to the Portuguese Athletics Federation..

Blasting, is the least that can be said of him. The fuse that ignited the dispute was ignited during the controversial last edition of the Portuguese Cross Country Championships and gained even more gunpowder when the selections for the European Championships were known…

The contestants assume it when opening the first line of attack: “Current athletics is not what we want for us athletes, nor the most suitable for sporting success” – and, in the statement that they all shared on their social networks, they shoot a few more logs for the bonfire, talking about the «deafening silence» around the «lack of organizational capacity of a National Championship, which, in addition to harming the performance of athletes present in it, had consequences for individual and collective classification».

The cut of a sickle, denounced him: «This management still does not demonstrate the necessary skills to lead an entity as important as the Portuguese Athletics Federation» – and, in the end they make to the document, they make clear what they want for the future: «Remember that the Portuguese Athletics Federation is at the service of Athletes, Coaches and Clubs and not the opposite, as has been shown in recent times. Thus, we ask you to reflect on the matter, and if you feel that you have given everything to the sport and that you are not able to change this paradigm, then you will certainly come to the conclusion that you only have one option, resignation. We want serious people, with ideas and willingness to work, to provide us with a better future. We want an innovative sport, with values ​​and that can serve our young people, giving them the necessary conditions to see athletics as a way to make their dreams come true».

RELEASE

Dear Sirs,

In this way, we see, given the multiple events, whether the most recent, as well as others, which over the years have affected our sport (athletics), the time has come to say enough and show in a clear and transparent way, all our displeasure. Athletics today is not what we want for us athletes, nor is it the most suitable for sporting success, our sport has been buffeted by bad driving and is heading towards a path of no return.

By this we want to say that we have reached a point where we have verified that this is not the direction that our sport should follow, unfortunately we have verified that this direction continues without demonstrating the necessary skills to lead an entity as important as the Portuguese Athletics Federation.

The most recent cases are: the lack of organizational capacity of a National Championship, which, in addition to harming the performance of the athletes present in it, had consequences in the individual and collective classification. Several days have passed and a deafening silence remains over this case, once again demonstrating that the President of the Portuguese Athletics Federation only appears in good times, not showing his face when the Federation he represents harms athletes and clubs, giving a bad image for the entire community of this modality and beyond. Finally, as athletes, it is difficult for us to understand how it is possible for a Federation to publish selection criteria where the dominant note is the lack thereof, thus indicating the lack of organization and understanding that reigns within the institution itself, as well as it is not understandable do not bet on the European Championship by filling all available places, as we understand that only in this way can we provide international contacts for our young people, so that they can grow as athletes and improve their competitive level.

Contrary to what you might think, this Federation was not chosen by us, we know that they recently won some elections and this will be the argument that those responsible will use to defend themselves, however, despite there being an Association of High Competition Athletes, which it should be the representation of us athletes, who were also democratically elected but unable to vote in the last elections, we are aware that this right was denied to them.

Recalling that the members of the previous Association, which never exercised functions, only used the right to vote to elect these social bodies of the Federation, even taking the opportunity for some of these elements to be part of it.

This is just one more point in which we verify that the choice of the Governing Bodies of the institution that should represent us is not at all serious and this is open to everyone’s eyes. The crux of all this is centered exactly here, it is the associations that vote, not worrying about the general displeasure of the athletes, it is impossible not to think that this game is not addicted, because every four years, with a general opinion of displeasure, this direction remains.

Thus, we understand that the votes of the District Associations do not represent the most important aspect of this modality, that we are Athletes.

As such, we appeal to associations to be concerned not only with listening to clubs but also to athletes. In moments of decision, do it with the awareness and responsibility of those who are caring for us all. Athletics is a sport with a history and deserves a different treatment. We athletes deserve different athletics, better athletics.

Remember that the Portuguese Athletics Federation is at the service of Athletes, Coaches and Clubs and not the opposite, as it has shown in recent times.

Thus, we asked you to reflect on the matter, and if you feel that you have given everything to the sport and that you are not able to change this paradigm, then you will certainly come to the conclusion that you only have one option left, to resign.

We want serious people, with ideas and willingness to work, to provide us with a better future. We want an innovative sport, with values ​​and that can serve our young people, thus giving them the necessary conditions to see athletics as a way to make their dreams come true.

Thank you for your attention,

Best regards,

the athletes

We wish to say thanks to the author of this short article for this incredible material

Athletes devastate Portuguese Athletics Federation (Athletics)

" } ["summary"]=> string(686) "Almost all the great figures in the middle-fund are there: Sara Moreira, Dulce Félix, Jessica Augusto, Rui Pinto, Ricardo Ribas, Licínio Pimentel, Rui Pedro Silva, José Moreira, Fernando Serrão, Catarina Ribeiro, Salomé Rocha, Solange Jesus, Susana Godinho, Hermano Ferreira, Laura Taborda, Doroteia Peixoto, Emanuel Rolim, Marisa Barros, Hélio Gomes… And no, that’s not all: there ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7751) "

Almost all the great figures in the middle-fund are there: Sara Moreira, Dulce Félix, Jessica Augusto, Rui Pinto, Ricardo Ribas, Licínio Pimentel, Rui Pedro Silva, José Moreira, Fernando Serrão, Catarina Ribeiro, Salomé Rocha, Solange Jesus, Susana Godinho, Hermano Ferreira, Laura Taborda, Doroteia Peixoto, Emanuel Rolim, Marisa Barros, Hélio Gomes… And no, that’s not all: there are also athletes from other specialties there – from Cátia Azevedo to Ana Cabecinha, from Tsanko Arnaudov to Vera Barbosa ….

All of these and a few more are the subscribers of a press release from high competition athletes that I have certainly seen shake national athletics – shared on their social networks under a black background with the symbol next to the Portuguese Athletics Federation..

Blasting, is the least that can be said of him. The fuse that ignited the dispute was ignited during the controversial last edition of the Portuguese Cross Country Championships and gained even more gunpowder when the selections for the European Championships were known…

The contestants assume it when opening the first line of attack: “Current athletics is not what we want for us athletes, nor the most suitable for sporting success” – and, in the statement that they all shared on their social networks, they shoot a few more logs for the bonfire, talking about the «deafening silence» around the «lack of organizational capacity of a National Championship, which, in addition to harming the performance of athletes present in it, had consequences for individual and collective classification».

The cut of a sickle, denounced him: «This management still does not demonstrate the necessary skills to lead an entity as important as the Portuguese Athletics Federation» – and, in the end they make to the document, they make clear what they want for the future: «Remember that the Portuguese Athletics Federation is at the service of Athletes, Coaches and Clubs and not the opposite, as has been shown in recent times. Thus, we ask you to reflect on the matter, and if you feel that you have given everything to the sport and that you are not able to change this paradigm, then you will certainly come to the conclusion that you only have one option, resignation. We want serious people, with ideas and willingness to work, to provide us with a better future. We want an innovative sport, with values ​​and that can serve our young people, giving them the necessary conditions to see athletics as a way to make their dreams come true».

RELEASE

Dear Sirs,

In this way, we see, given the multiple events, whether the most recent, as well as others, which over the years have affected our sport (athletics), the time has come to say enough and show in a clear and transparent way, all our displeasure. Athletics today is not what we want for us athletes, nor is it the most suitable for sporting success, our sport has been buffeted by bad driving and is heading towards a path of no return.

By this we want to say that we have reached a point where we have verified that this is not the direction that our sport should follow, unfortunately we have verified that this direction continues without demonstrating the necessary skills to lead an entity as important as the Portuguese Athletics Federation.

The most recent cases are: the lack of organizational capacity of a National Championship, which, in addition to harming the performance of the athletes present in it, had consequences in the individual and collective classification. Several days have passed and a deafening silence remains over this case, once again demonstrating that the President of the Portuguese Athletics Federation only appears in good times, not showing his face when the Federation he represents harms athletes and clubs, giving a bad image for the entire community of this modality and beyond. Finally, as athletes, it is difficult for us to understand how it is possible for a Federation to publish selection criteria where the dominant note is the lack thereof, thus indicating the lack of organization and understanding that reigns within the institution itself, as well as it is not understandable do not bet on the European Championship by filling all available places, as we understand that only in this way can we provide international contacts for our young people, so that they can grow as athletes and improve their competitive level.

Contrary to what you might think, this Federation was not chosen by us, we know that they recently won some elections and this will be the argument that those responsible will use to defend themselves, however, despite there being an Association of High Competition Athletes, which it should be the representation of us athletes, who were also democratically elected but unable to vote in the last elections, we are aware that this right was denied to them.

Recalling that the members of the previous Association, which never exercised functions, only used the right to vote to elect these social bodies of the Federation, even taking the opportunity for some of these elements to be part of it.

This is just one more point in which we verify that the choice of the Governing Bodies of the institution that should represent us is not at all serious and this is open to everyone’s eyes. The crux of all this is centered exactly here, it is the associations that vote, not worrying about the general displeasure of the athletes, it is impossible not to think that this game is not addicted, because every four years, with a general opinion of displeasure, this direction remains.

Thus, we understand that the votes of the District Associations do not represent the most important aspect of this modality, that we are Athletes.

As such, we appeal to associations to be concerned not only with listening to clubs but also to athletes. In moments of decision, do it with the awareness and responsibility of those who are caring for us all. Athletics is a sport with a history and deserves a different treatment. We athletes deserve different athletics, better athletics.

Remember that the Portuguese Athletics Federation is at the service of Athletes, Coaches and Clubs and not the opposite, as it has shown in recent times.

Thus, we asked you to reflect on the matter, and if you feel that you have given everything to the sport and that you are not able to change this paradigm, then you will certainly come to the conclusion that you only have one option left, to resign.

We want serious people, with ideas and willingness to work, to provide us with a better future. We want an innovative sport, with values ​​and that can serve our young people, thus giving them the necessary conditions to see athletics as a way to make their dreams come true.

Thank you for your attention,

Best regards,

the athletes

We wish to say thanks to the author of this short article for this incredible material

Athletes devastate Portuguese Athletics Federation (Athletics)

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638490363) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(58) "Machine learning helps mathematicians make new connections" ["link"]=> string(83) "http://happynewbaby.com/machine-learning-helps-mathematicians-make-new-connections/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 02 Dec 2021 23:59:28 +0000" ["category"]=> string(63) "Health And ScienceconnectionshelpslearningMachinemathematicians" ["guid"]=> string(31) "http://happynewbaby.com/?p=7602" ["description"]=> string(699) "Journal Reference: Alex Davies, Petar Veličković, Lars Buesing, Sam Blackwell, Daniel Zheng, Nenad Tomašev, Richard Tanburn, Peter Battaglia, Charles Blundell, András Juhász, Marc Lackenby, Geordie Williamson, Demis Hassabis, Pushmeet Kohli. Advancing mathematics by guiding human intuition with AI. Nature, 2021; 600 (7887): 70 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-04086-x While computers have long been used to generate data for ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3737) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Alex Davies, Petar Veličković, Lars Buesing, Sam Blackwell, Daniel Zheng, Nenad Tomašev, Richard Tanburn, Peter Battaglia, Charles Blundell, András Juhász, Marc Lackenby, Geordie Williamson, Demis Hassabis, Pushmeet Kohli. Advancing mathematics by guiding human intuition with AI. Nature, 2021; 600 (7887): 70 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-04086-x

While computers have long been used to generate data for mathematicians, the task of identifying interesting patterns has relied mainly on the intuition of the mathematicians themselves. However, it’s now possible to generate more data than any mathematician can reasonably expect to study in a lifetime. Which is where machine learning comes in.

A paper, published today in Nature, describes how DeepMind was set the task of discerning patterns and connections in the fields of knot theory and representation theory. To the surprise of the mathematicians, new connections were suggested; the mathematicians were then able to examine these connections and prove the conjecture suggested by the AI. These results suggest that machine learning can complement mathematical research, guiding intuition about a problem.

Using the patterns identified by machine learning, mathematicians from the University of Oxford discovered a surprising connection between algebraic and geometric invariants of knots, establishing a completely new theorem in the field. The University of Sydney, meanwhile, used the connections made by the AI to bring them close to proving an old conjecture about Kazhdan-Lusztig polynomials, which has been unsolved for 40 years.

Professor Andras Juhasz, of the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford and co-author on the paper, said: ‘Pure mathematicians work by formulating conjectures and proving these, resulting in theorems. But where do the conjectures come from?

‘We have demonstrated that, when guided by mathematical intuition, machine learning provides a powerful framework that can uncover interesting and provable conjectures in areas where a large amount of data is available, or where the objects are too large to study with classical methods.’

Professor Marc Lackeby, of the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford and co-author, said: ‘It has been fascinating to use machine learning to discover new and unexpected connections between different areas of mathematics. I believe that the work that we have done in Oxford and in Sydney in collaboration with DeepMind demonstrates that machine learning can be a genuinely useful tool in mathematical research.’

Professor Geordie Williamson, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Sydney and director of the Sydney Mathematical Research Institute and co-author, said: ‘AI is an extraordinary tool. This work is one of the first times it has demonstrated its usefulness for pure mathematicians, like me.

‘Intuition can take us a long way, but AI can help us find connections the human mind might not always easily spot.’

We want to say thanks to the writer of this write-up for this incredible material

Machine learning helps mathematicians make new connections

" } ["summary"]=> string(699) "Journal Reference: Alex Davies, Petar Veličković, Lars Buesing, Sam Blackwell, Daniel Zheng, Nenad Tomašev, Richard Tanburn, Peter Battaglia, Charles Blundell, András Juhász, Marc Lackenby, Geordie Williamson, Demis Hassabis, Pushmeet Kohli. Advancing mathematics by guiding human intuition with AI. Nature, 2021; 600 (7887): 70 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-04086-x While computers have long been used to generate data for ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(3737) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Alex Davies, Petar Veličković, Lars Buesing, Sam Blackwell, Daniel Zheng, Nenad Tomašev, Richard Tanburn, Peter Battaglia, Charles Blundell, András Juhász, Marc Lackenby, Geordie Williamson, Demis Hassabis, Pushmeet Kohli. Advancing mathematics by guiding human intuition with AI. Nature, 2021; 600 (7887): 70 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-04086-x

While computers have long been used to generate data for mathematicians, the task of identifying interesting patterns has relied mainly on the intuition of the mathematicians themselves. However, it’s now possible to generate more data than any mathematician can reasonably expect to study in a lifetime. Which is where machine learning comes in.

A paper, published today in Nature, describes how DeepMind was set the task of discerning patterns and connections in the fields of knot theory and representation theory. To the surprise of the mathematicians, new connections were suggested; the mathematicians were then able to examine these connections and prove the conjecture suggested by the AI. These results suggest that machine learning can complement mathematical research, guiding intuition about a problem.

Using the patterns identified by machine learning, mathematicians from the University of Oxford discovered a surprising connection between algebraic and geometric invariants of knots, establishing a completely new theorem in the field. The University of Sydney, meanwhile, used the connections made by the AI to bring them close to proving an old conjecture about Kazhdan-Lusztig polynomials, which has been unsolved for 40 years.

Professor Andras Juhasz, of the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford and co-author on the paper, said: ‘Pure mathematicians work by formulating conjectures and proving these, resulting in theorems. But where do the conjectures come from?

‘We have demonstrated that, when guided by mathematical intuition, machine learning provides a powerful framework that can uncover interesting and provable conjectures in areas where a large amount of data is available, or where the objects are too large to study with classical methods.’

Professor Marc Lackeby, of the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford and co-author, said: ‘It has been fascinating to use machine learning to discover new and unexpected connections between different areas of mathematics. I believe that the work that we have done in Oxford and in Sydney in collaboration with DeepMind demonstrates that machine learning can be a genuinely useful tool in mathematical research.’

Professor Geordie Williamson, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Sydney and director of the Sydney Mathematical Research Institute and co-author, said: ‘AI is an extraordinary tool. This work is one of the first times it has demonstrated its usefulness for pure mathematicians, like me.

‘Intuition can take us a long way, but AI can help us find connections the human mind might not always easily spot.’

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Machine learning helps mathematicians make new connections

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