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The American Congress overcame, Thursday, December 2, a first obstacle to escape a paralysis of the American federal services this weekend, the famous shutdown that elected Republican officials seek to provoke in order to protest against the vaccine obligations of the Biden government.

The elected representatives of the House of Representatives approved a new finance law in the afternoon to try to avoid a sudden drain of the resources of the federal state on Friday at midnight, which would force hundreds of thousands of unemployed employees technical.

But this text, the result of long negotiations, must now go through the Senate stage where a single defection could prevent it from being adopted in time, the agreement of all elected officials being necessary to vote.

However, a handful of Republicans, most of them very close to Donald Trump, refuse this for the moment, arguing that the text would help finance Joe Biden’s decree which requires employees of companies with more than 100 people to be vaccinated, and which they oppose. One of them, Senator Mike Lee of the very conservative state of Utah, defended his decision Thursday. “Whether to choose between temporarily suspending non-essential activities and sitting idly by” in the face of this vaccination decree, he pleaded, “I will support American workers, every time”.

Ministries but also national parks and a multitude of American organizations would be affected if the threat of these elected officials was carried out. The winter 2018 shutdown, the longest to date, had notably affected the control of baggage in airports, a mess that the vast majority of elected Congressmen do not want before the holidays.

Read also Five questions about the “shutdown” in the United States

“So stupid”

Anxious to avoid this very unpopular situation among Americans, parliamentary officials from both camps are calling on the dissenters to change their minds as a matter of urgency. “It’s so stupid that people opposed to science, to vaccination, say they are going to block the federal state because of it”, lambasted the Democratic President of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi.

Despite these negotiations, Joe Biden was confident Thursday afternoon. “There is a strategy in place” to avoid a shutdown he said during a trip, “Unless someone decides to behave completely insane”.

It is certainly very common for very last minute deals to be found on temporary budgets. But the situation was uncertain enough that several economists began to quantify the price of this possible blockage, valuing it at a few billion dollars per week.

Debt, army, maternal

The urgency is twofold because parliamentarians must in parallel tackle before the holidays to a set of specifications that are just as crucial. In addition to this finance law, elected officials are expected to adopt a separate defense budget.

Even more urgent, they have until December 15 to raise the debt capacity of the United States in order to avoid the first sovereign default of the world’s largest economic power. Otherwise America could find itself strapped for cash and unable to meet its payments, a potentially catastrophic situation that major powers around the world are watching closely.

If Congress manages to get rid of these sites in time, it will finally be able to debate the gigantic component of social and ecological investments wanted by Joe Biden, which the White House is impatiently awaiting. This $ 1,750 billion project, which provides, among other things, free kindergarten for all and generous funding to reduce American greenhouse gas emissions, has been stuck for months in the limbo of the American Parliament.

However, Joe Biden is desperately counting on these measures, very popular with Americans according to the polls, to relaunch his presidency. The leader of the Democratic majority in the Senate has pledged that this text be adopted before Christmas. This scenario, like so many others in Congress, remains very uncertain for the time being.

The World with AFP

We would love to give thanks to the author of this write-up for this incredible material

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The American Congress overcame, Thursday, December 2, a first obstacle to escape a paralysis of the American federal services this weekend, the famous shutdown that elected Republican officials seek to provoke in order to protest against the vaccine obligations of the Biden government.

The elected representatives of the House of Representatives approved a new finance law in the afternoon to try to avoid a sudden drain of the resources of the federal state on Friday at midnight, which would force hundreds of thousands of unemployed employees technical.

But this text, the result of long negotiations, must now go through the Senate stage where a single defection could prevent it from being adopted in time, the agreement of all elected officials being necessary to vote.

However, a handful of Republicans, most of them very close to Donald Trump, refuse this for the moment, arguing that the text would help finance Joe Biden’s decree which requires employees of companies with more than 100 people to be vaccinated, and which they oppose. One of them, Senator Mike Lee of the very conservative state of Utah, defended his decision Thursday. “Whether to choose between temporarily suspending non-essential activities and sitting idly by” in the face of this vaccination decree, he pleaded, “I will support American workers, every time”.

Ministries but also national parks and a multitude of American organizations would be affected if the threat of these elected officials was carried out. The winter 2018 shutdown, the longest to date, had notably affected the control of baggage in airports, a mess that the vast majority of elected Congressmen do not want before the holidays.

Read also Five questions about the “shutdown” in the United States

“So stupid”

Anxious to avoid this very unpopular situation among Americans, parliamentary officials from both camps are calling on the dissenters to change their minds as a matter of urgency. “It’s so stupid that people opposed to science, to vaccination, say they are going to block the federal state because of it”, lambasted the Democratic President of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi.

Despite these negotiations, Joe Biden was confident Thursday afternoon. “There is a strategy in place” to avoid a shutdown he said during a trip, “Unless someone decides to behave completely insane”.

It is certainly very common for very last minute deals to be found on temporary budgets. But the situation was uncertain enough that several economists began to quantify the price of this possible blockage, valuing it at a few billion dollars per week.

Debt, army, maternal

The urgency is twofold because parliamentarians must in parallel tackle before the holidays to a set of specifications that are just as crucial. In addition to this finance law, elected officials are expected to adopt a separate defense budget.

Even more urgent, they have until December 15 to raise the debt capacity of the United States in order to avoid the first sovereign default of the world’s largest economic power. Otherwise America could find itself strapped for cash and unable to meet its payments, a potentially catastrophic situation that major powers around the world are watching closely.

If Congress manages to get rid of these sites in time, it will finally be able to debate the gigantic component of social and ecological investments wanted by Joe Biden, which the White House is impatiently awaiting. This $ 1,750 billion project, which provides, among other things, free kindergarten for all and generous funding to reduce American greenhouse gas emissions, has been stuck for months in the limbo of the American Parliament.

However, Joe Biden is desperately counting on these measures, very popular with Americans according to the polls, to relaunch his presidency. The leader of the Democratic majority in the Senate has pledged that this text be adopted before Christmas. This scenario, like so many others in Congress, remains very uncertain for the time being.

The World with AFP

We would love to give thanks to the author of this write-up for this incredible material

In the United States, Congress overcomes a first obstacle to avoid a shutdown

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  1. Jack Longman, Benjamin J. W. Mills, Hayley R. Manners, Thomas M. Gernon & Martin R. Palmer. Late Ordovician climate change and extinctions driven by elevated volcanic nutrient supply. Nature Geoscience, 2021 DOI: 10.1038/s41561-021-00855-5

The researchers, working with colleagues at the University of Oldenburg, the University of Leeds and the University of Plymouth, studied the effects of volcanic ash and lava on ocean chemistry during a period of extreme environmental change around 450 million years ago. Their findings are published in the journal Nature Geoscience.

This period brought about intense planetary cooling, which culminated in a glaciation and the major ‘Late Ordovician Mass Extinction’. This extinction led to the loss of about 85% of species dwelling in the oceans, reshaping the course of evolution of life on Earth.

“It’s been suggested that global cooling was driven by an increase in phosphorus input to the oceans” says Dr Jack Longman, lead author of the study based at the University of Oldenburg, and previously a postdoctoral researcher at Southampton. “Phosphorus is one of the key elements of life, determining the pace at which tiny aquatic organisms like algae can use photosynthesis to convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into organic matter.” These organisms eventually settle to the seabed and are buried, ultimately reducing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, which then causes cooling.

“The unresolved puzzle is why glaciation and extinction occurred in two distinct phases at this time, separated by about 10 million years,” states Dr Tom Gernon, Associate Professor at the University of Southampton and co-author of the study. “That requires some mechanism to pulse the supply of phosphorus, which is hard to explain.”

The team identified that two exceptionally large pulses of volcanic activity across the globe, occurring in parts of present-day North America and South China, coincided very closely with the two peaks in glaciation and extinction. “But intense bursts of volcanism are more typically linked to massive CO2 release, which should drive global warming, so another process must be responsible for sudden cooling events,” explains Dr Gernon.

This prompted the team to consider whether a secondary process — natural breakdown or ‘weathering’ of the volcanic material — may have provided the surge in phosphorus need to explain the glaciations.

“When volcanic material is deposited in the oceans it undergoes rapid and profound chemical alteration, including release of phosphorus, effectively fertilizing the oceans,” states co-author Professor Martin Palmer from the University of Southampton. “So, it is seemed viable hypothesis and certainly one worth testing.”

“This led our team to study volcanic ash layers in much younger marine sediments to compare their phosphorus contents before and after they were modified by interactions with seawater” said Dr Hayley Manners, a lecturer in Organic Chemistry at the University of Plymouth. Equipped with this information, the team were better placed to understand the potential geochemical impact of extensive volcanic layers from enormous eruptions during the Ordovician.

“This prompted us to develop a global biogeochemical model to understand the knock-on effects on the carbon cycle of rapidly adding a surge of phosphorus leached from volcanic deposits into the ocean,” says Dr Benjamin Mills, Associate Professor at the University of Leeds and co-author on the study.

The team discovered that widespread blankets of volcanic material laid down on the seafloor during the Ordovician Period would have released sufficient phosphorus into the ocean to drive a chain of events, including climatic cooling, glaciation, widespread reduction in ocean oxygen levels, and mass extinction.

Whilst it might be tempting to think that seeding the oceans with phosphorus may help solve the current climate crisis, the scientists caution that this may have more damaging consequences. “Excess nutrient runoff from sources like agricultural fertilisers is a major cause of marine eutrophication — where algae grow rapidly and then decay, consuming oxygen and causing substantial damage to ecosystems at the present day,” cautions Dr Mills.

The scientists conclude that whilst on short timescales massive volcanic eruptions can warm the climate via CO2 emissions, equally they can drive global cooling on multimillion-year timescales. “Our study may prompt reinvestigations of other mass extinctions during Earth history,” concludes Dr Longman.

We wish to say thanks to the writer of this article for this amazing material

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Journal Reference:

  1. Jack Longman, Benjamin J. W. Mills, Hayley R. Manners, Thomas M. Gernon & Martin R. Palmer. Late Ordovician climate change and extinctions driven by elevated volcanic nutrient supply. Nature Geoscience, 2021 DOI: 10.1038/s41561-021-00855-5

The researchers, working with colleagues at the University of Oldenburg, the University of Leeds and the University of Plymouth, studied the effects of volcanic ash and lava on ocean chemistry during a period of extreme environmental change around 450 million years ago. Their findings are published in the journal Nature Geoscience.

This period brought about intense planetary cooling, which culminated in a glaciation and the major ‘Late Ordovician Mass Extinction’. This extinction led to the loss of about 85% of species dwelling in the oceans, reshaping the course of evolution of life on Earth.

“It’s been suggested that global cooling was driven by an increase in phosphorus input to the oceans” says Dr Jack Longman, lead author of the study based at the University of Oldenburg, and previously a postdoctoral researcher at Southampton. “Phosphorus is one of the key elements of life, determining the pace at which tiny aquatic organisms like algae can use photosynthesis to convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into organic matter.” These organisms eventually settle to the seabed and are buried, ultimately reducing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, which then causes cooling.

“The unresolved puzzle is why glaciation and extinction occurred in two distinct phases at this time, separated by about 10 million years,” states Dr Tom Gernon, Associate Professor at the University of Southampton and co-author of the study. “That requires some mechanism to pulse the supply of phosphorus, which is hard to explain.”

The team identified that two exceptionally large pulses of volcanic activity across the globe, occurring in parts of present-day North America and South China, coincided very closely with the two peaks in glaciation and extinction. “But intense bursts of volcanism are more typically linked to massive CO2 release, which should drive global warming, so another process must be responsible for sudden cooling events,” explains Dr Gernon.

This prompted the team to consider whether a secondary process — natural breakdown or ‘weathering’ of the volcanic material — may have provided the surge in phosphorus need to explain the glaciations.

“When volcanic material is deposited in the oceans it undergoes rapid and profound chemical alteration, including release of phosphorus, effectively fertilizing the oceans,” states co-author Professor Martin Palmer from the University of Southampton. “So, it is seemed viable hypothesis and certainly one worth testing.”

“This led our team to study volcanic ash layers in much younger marine sediments to compare their phosphorus contents before and after they were modified by interactions with seawater” said Dr Hayley Manners, a lecturer in Organic Chemistry at the University of Plymouth. Equipped with this information, the team were better placed to understand the potential geochemical impact of extensive volcanic layers from enormous eruptions during the Ordovician.

“This prompted us to develop a global biogeochemical model to understand the knock-on effects on the carbon cycle of rapidly adding a surge of phosphorus leached from volcanic deposits into the ocean,” says Dr Benjamin Mills, Associate Professor at the University of Leeds and co-author on the study.

The team discovered that widespread blankets of volcanic material laid down on the seafloor during the Ordovician Period would have released sufficient phosphorus into the ocean to drive a chain of events, including climatic cooling, glaciation, widespread reduction in ocean oxygen levels, and mass extinction.

Whilst it might be tempting to think that seeding the oceans with phosphorus may help solve the current climate crisis, the scientists caution that this may have more damaging consequences. “Excess nutrient runoff from sources like agricultural fertilisers is a major cause of marine eutrophication — where algae grow rapidly and then decay, consuming oxygen and causing substantial damage to ecosystems at the present day,” cautions Dr Mills.

The scientists conclude that whilst on short timescales massive volcanic eruptions can warm the climate via CO2 emissions, equally they can drive global cooling on multimillion-year timescales. “Our study may prompt reinvestigations of other mass extinctions during Earth history,” concludes Dr Longman.

We wish to say thanks to the writer of this article for this amazing material

Volcanic fertilization of the oceans drove severe mass extinction

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Tells about the event in the new book “Adrenalina”

Zlatan Ibrahimovic got tired of the negotiations with Manchester United and wrote on social media that the deal was finished even though it was not true.

Ed Woodward became mad at the Swede, who had to apologize.

“They had planned a surprise campaign and a presentation with special effects à la Hollywood. And I ruined everything with an update on social media “, writes Zlatan in the new book.

Several, if not all, of Zlatan Ibrahimovics former clubs get their fish hot in his new book “Adrenalina”, written together with Italian journalist Luigi Garlando. Zlatan tells how he did not talk to Adriano Galliani in several months after the Milan boss sold Ibrahimovic to Paris Saint-Germain more or less without his knowledge in 2012. PSG also get a slap in the face, for their amateurish framing when Zlatan arrived at the club that summer. He describes substandard training plans, far too little medical staff for a top club and lack of logistics around match venues which meant that the players were expected to keep them at home themselves throughout the season.

Ibrahimovic also confirms the rumor that he offered himself to PSG this summer – but not as a player but as sports director. And if you believe Zlatan, several of the players were convinced that it was a good idea. “One said to me, ‘Zlatan, only you can get order and discipline on this team.’ Another: ‘Zlatan, if you were here we would not have any problems in the locker room.’ I liked the idea, but it was not enough to get rid of the feeling of fear and panic that I got from the thought of stopping playing. One thing is to say it, another to do it. I would have gone to Paris, watched the training sessions and asked myself a thousand times: ‘Why did you stop?’ “.

Advised Mbappé to leave

Ibrahimovic returns on several occasions to the fear and anxiety before stopping playing football and the question of how to fill the time afterwards. He believes that the former players who become experts in television do so because they lack visibility and get attention. Zlatan himself describes how during the World Cup in Russia 2018 he had a contract with Qatari Bein Sport as an expert commentator, but that he did not feel comfortable and left the assignment already after the first match.

In connection with the contact with PSG this summer, the club’s president Nasser al-Khelaïfi found out that Zlatan advised Kylian Mbappé to leave PSG for Real Madrid.

“I could have denied and sworn it was a lie, but instead I said: ‘That’s right, Nasser. I have done it. At PSG, discipline is not enough and Mbappé must have discipline to develop, grow and take the next step. It’s not possible in Paris, because the right people do not work there ”.

As it was, Zlatan remained in Milan, as is well known, but it is another club change that was about to go awry because the Swede lost patience.

When Nasser al-Khelaïfi made it clear to Zlatan that he was not part of PSG’s future plans for 2016, José Mourinho, who then coached Manchester United, heard from him and told Zlatan to come there. The days passed, Ibrahimovic waited for a message at the home of his agent Mino Raiola in Monaco, who urged patience. But after a week they had not heard more from Manchester and Zlatan began to get tired.

“Mino wanted to kill me”

“In fact, I go on Instagram and write: ‘My next club will be Manchester United’. I was so tired of the negotiations that I did not think that Manchester was listed. You may not make similar announcements if the matter is not clear. Hell broke loose. Mino wanted to kill me. “

Zlatan further describes how Ed Woodward went wild and tried to explain himself.

“‘It’s just my fault, Mino Raiola has nothing to do with it. I lost patience, that’s all. It felt like I was standing in quicksand trying to do something to move forward, without thinking about the consequences. If the deal goes awry now, then we’re releasing it. I’m done wrong. I apologize once again. “

Woodward’s answer?

“‘You’ve ruined a five million pound promotional plan.’ They had planned a surprise campaign and a presentation with special effects à la Hollywood. And I ruined everything with an update on social media “, writes Zlatan.

But Manchester United did and the first year at the club describes Zlatan as fantastic: “I get there and everyone hates me: Ibra the arrogant, the pretentious, the thug, the one who never scores on English teams, the old, thirty-five-year-old. Good. So I want you. Hate me. I like that.”

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored 29 goals in 53 appearances for Manchester United, but is surprised by what he calls a “small mentality” at the club. He describes when Wayne Rooney left the club and his nameplate in the locker room went down the same day, “as if he never existed”.

Ibrahimovic also describes the surprise when he goes through the salary specification and sees that the club has deducted a pound because he once took a juice from the minibar at the hotel where they live before the match. Something that had never happened in Milan, according to Zlatan.

“If I had a spontaneous meeting in Rome, Galliani made sure that the club’s private jet was available, without me having to pay. I’m not saying that everything should be free, but a fruit juice… And you say you are one of the world’s biggest clubs? ”.

Slightly more expected, Zlatan also complains about the mentality in MLS, where he played for LA Galaxy for two seasons, and believes that the fact that almost all teams go to the playoffs makes the value of winning the regular season disappear. But there were other things Ibrahimovic appreciated in Los Angeles: Being able to play soccer on the beach with kids who did not know who he was…

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Therefore, Manchester United became furious with Zlatan – who was forced to apologize

" } ["summary"]=> string(703) "Tells about the event in the new book “Adrenalina” Published: Less than 20 minutes ago Zlatan Ibrahimovic got tired of the negotiations with Manchester United and wrote on social media that the deal was finished even though it was not true. Ed Woodward became mad at the Swede, who had to apologize. “They had planned ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(19654) "

Tells about the event in the new book “Adrenalina”

Zlatan Ibrahimovic got tired of the negotiations with Manchester United and wrote on social media that the deal was finished even though it was not true.

Ed Woodward became mad at the Swede, who had to apologize.

“They had planned a surprise campaign and a presentation with special effects à la Hollywood. And I ruined everything with an update on social media “, writes Zlatan in the new book.

Several, if not all, of Zlatan Ibrahimovics former clubs get their fish hot in his new book “Adrenalina”, written together with Italian journalist Luigi Garlando. Zlatan tells how he did not talk to Adriano Galliani in several months after the Milan boss sold Ibrahimovic to Paris Saint-Germain more or less without his knowledge in 2012. PSG also get a slap in the face, for their amateurish framing when Zlatan arrived at the club that summer. He describes substandard training plans, far too little medical staff for a top club and lack of logistics around match venues which meant that the players were expected to keep them at home themselves throughout the season.

Ibrahimovic also confirms the rumor that he offered himself to PSG this summer – but not as a player but as sports director. And if you believe Zlatan, several of the players were convinced that it was a good idea. “One said to me, ‘Zlatan, only you can get order and discipline on this team.’ Another: ‘Zlatan, if you were here we would not have any problems in the locker room.’ I liked the idea, but it was not enough to get rid of the feeling of fear and panic that I got from the thought of stopping playing. One thing is to say it, another to do it. I would have gone to Paris, watched the training sessions and asked myself a thousand times: ‘Why did you stop?’ “.

Advised Mbappé to leave

Ibrahimovic returns on several occasions to the fear and anxiety before stopping playing football and the question of how to fill the time afterwards. He believes that the former players who become experts in television do so because they lack visibility and get attention. Zlatan himself describes how during the World Cup in Russia 2018 he had a contract with Qatari Bein Sport as an expert commentator, but that he did not feel comfortable and left the assignment already after the first match.

In connection with the contact with PSG this summer, the club’s president Nasser al-Khelaïfi found out that Zlatan advised Kylian Mbappé to leave PSG for Real Madrid.

“I could have denied and sworn it was a lie, but instead I said: ‘That’s right, Nasser. I have done it. At PSG, discipline is not enough and Mbappé must have discipline to develop, grow and take the next step. It’s not possible in Paris, because the right people do not work there ”.

As it was, Zlatan remained in Milan, as is well known, but it is another club change that was about to go awry because the Swede lost patience.

When Nasser al-Khelaïfi made it clear to Zlatan that he was not part of PSG’s future plans for 2016, José Mourinho, who then coached Manchester United, heard from him and told Zlatan to come there. The days passed, Ibrahimovic waited for a message at the home of his agent Mino Raiola in Monaco, who urged patience. But after a week they had not heard more from Manchester and Zlatan began to get tired.

“Mino wanted to kill me”

“In fact, I go on Instagram and write: ‘My next club will be Manchester United’. I was so tired of the negotiations that I did not think that Manchester was listed. You may not make similar announcements if the matter is not clear. Hell broke loose. Mino wanted to kill me. “

Zlatan further describes how Ed Woodward went wild and tried to explain himself.

“‘It’s just my fault, Mino Raiola has nothing to do with it. I lost patience, that’s all. It felt like I was standing in quicksand trying to do something to move forward, without thinking about the consequences. If the deal goes awry now, then we’re releasing it. I’m done wrong. I apologize once again. “

Woodward’s answer?

“‘You’ve ruined a five million pound promotional plan.’ They had planned a surprise campaign and a presentation with special effects à la Hollywood. And I ruined everything with an update on social media “, writes Zlatan.

But Manchester United did and the first year at the club describes Zlatan as fantastic: “I get there and everyone hates me: Ibra the arrogant, the pretentious, the thug, the one who never scores on English teams, the old, thirty-five-year-old. Good. So I want you. Hate me. I like that.”

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored 29 goals in 53 appearances for Manchester United, but is surprised by what he calls a “small mentality” at the club. He describes when Wayne Rooney left the club and his nameplate in the locker room went down the same day, “as if he never existed”.

Ibrahimovic also describes the surprise when he goes through the salary specification and sees that the club has deducted a pound because he once took a juice from the minibar at the hotel where they live before the match. Something that had never happened in Milan, according to Zlatan.

“If I had a spontaneous meeting in Rome, Galliani made sure that the club’s private jet was available, without me having to pay. I’m not saying that everything should be free, but a fruit juice… And you say you are one of the world’s biggest clubs? ”.

Slightly more expected, Zlatan also complains about the mentality in MLS, where he played for LA Galaxy for two seasons, and believes that the fact that almost all teams go to the playoffs makes the value of winning the regular season disappear. But there were other things Ibrahimovic appreciated in Los Angeles: Being able to play soccer on the beach with kids who did not know who he was…

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Former actress Meghan Markle won her case on Thursday, December 2, against the British tabloid Mail on Sunday, condemned for the publication of a letter she had written to her father, a victory likely to reshape a tabloid press cruel and deceptive, according to Prince Harry’s wife.

Saying disappointed by the decision of the Court of Appeal which rejected his appeal against his conviction for invasion of privacy, the editor of Mail on Sunday, the Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL) group, has announced that it is considering taking the matter to the Supreme Court.

The mass-circulation newspaper was challenging a February court ruling that the publication of Meghan’s letter to her father was “Manifestly excessive and therefore illegal”. He particularly regretted that the decision had been taken at first instance without going through a due process.

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“The Court of Appeal upholds the judge’s decision that the Duchess could reasonably expect respect for her privacy”said Judge Geoffrey Vos, pointing out that the contents of the letter were “Personal, private and did not present a legitimate interest in the public interest”.

“What matters most is that we are now collectively brave enough to reshape a tabloid industry that pushes people to be cruel and takes advantage of the lies and the pain they create.”, rejoiced Mme Markle after the court of appeal decision. Denouncing on multiple occasions the pressure of the media on his couple, Harry, 37, has also made it the main reason for his withdrawal from the royal family and his exile in California with his wife, where they live with their two children.

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In this missive published in 2018, shortly after her marriage to Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex asked her father, Thomas Markle, 77, to stop talking and lying in the media about their broken relationship. the Mail on Sunday had been condemned to report in “one” of his legal defeat, and his publisher to pay 450,000 pounds (530,000 euros) to Mr.me Markle for his legal costs. But the tabloid had argued in its appeal, reviewed in November, that she wrote the letter knowing it could be disclosed.

The letter written with the possibility “that it might leak”

Meghan Markle denounced the practices “Without rules” of this publication, which she said made “A simple and extremely convoluted business, in order to generate even more titles and sell more newspapers a model that rewards chaos rather than truth ”.

In order to support his claims, the Mail on Sunday highlighted during the appeal hearings the testimony of Jason Knauf, the couple’s former communications secretary, who said that the draft letter had been written with in mind “That she could flee”. In a written testimony, Meghan had refuted this claim, believing it to be only a “Possibility”.

Bringing water to the tabloid mill, which wanted to demonstrate that it regularly sought to influence public opinion, Mr. Knauf had also said to have provided on behalf of Meghan and Harry private information to the authors of the unofficial biography of the royal couple, Finding Freedom (Harry and Meghan, free, in its French translation). Mme Markle finally recognized it and apologized for having misled justice by not having specified it in the first instance, a backpedal which earned him the mockery of the tabloids.

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She argued, however, that the information shared with the authors was “Far from very detailed personal information” published by the Mail on Sunday. But the ANL spokesperson stressed that“No evidence has been subjected to cross-examination, as it should be, especially when the evidence provided by Mr Knauf raises questions as to the credibility of the Duchess”.

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Former actress Meghan Markle won her case on Thursday, December 2, against the British tabloid Mail on Sunday, condemned for the publication of a letter she had written to her father, a victory likely to reshape a tabloid press cruel and deceptive, according to Prince Harry’s wife.

Saying disappointed by the decision of the Court of Appeal which rejected his appeal against his conviction for invasion of privacy, the editor of Mail on Sunday, the Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL) group, has announced that it is considering taking the matter to the Supreme Court.

The mass-circulation newspaper was challenging a February court ruling that the publication of Meghan’s letter to her father was “Manifestly excessive and therefore illegal”. He particularly regretted that the decision had been taken at first instance without going through a due process.

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Sentenced to pay 530,000 euros to Meghan Markle

“The Court of Appeal upholds the judge’s decision that the Duchess could reasonably expect respect for her privacy”said Judge Geoffrey Vos, pointing out that the contents of the letter were “Personal, private and did not present a legitimate interest in the public interest”.

“What matters most is that we are now collectively brave enough to reshape a tabloid industry that pushes people to be cruel and takes advantage of the lies and the pain they create.”, rejoiced Mme Markle after the court of appeal decision. Denouncing on multiple occasions the pressure of the media on his couple, Harry, 37, has also made it the main reason for his withdrawal from the royal family and his exile in California with his wife, where they live with their two children.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Has the British media been racist against Meghan Markle?

In this missive published in 2018, shortly after her marriage to Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex asked her father, Thomas Markle, 77, to stop talking and lying in the media about their broken relationship. the Mail on Sunday had been condemned to report in “one” of his legal defeat, and his publisher to pay 450,000 pounds (530,000 euros) to Mr.me Markle for his legal costs. But the tabloid had argued in its appeal, reviewed in November, that she wrote the letter knowing it could be disclosed.

The letter written with the possibility “that it might leak”

Meghan Markle denounced the practices “Without rules” of this publication, which she said made “A simple and extremely convoluted business, in order to generate even more titles and sell more newspapers a model that rewards chaos rather than truth ”.

In order to support his claims, the Mail on Sunday highlighted during the appeal hearings the testimony of Jason Knauf, the couple’s former communications secretary, who said that the draft letter had been written with in mind “That she could flee”. In a written testimony, Meghan had refuted this claim, believing it to be only a “Possibility”.

Bringing water to the tabloid mill, which wanted to demonstrate that it regularly sought to influence public opinion, Mr. Knauf had also said to have provided on behalf of Meghan and Harry private information to the authors of the unofficial biography of the royal couple, Finding Freedom (Harry and Meghan, free, in its French translation). Mme Markle finally recognized it and apologized for having misled justice by not having specified it in the first instance, a backpedal which earned him the mockery of the tabloids.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Meghan Markle and Harry’s interview, new crisis for the British royal family

She argued, however, that the information shared with the authors was “Far from very detailed personal information” published by the Mail on Sunday. But the ANL spokesperson stressed that“No evidence has been subjected to cross-examination, as it should be, especially when the evidence provided by Mr Knauf raises questions as to the credibility of the Duchess”.

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The Women Tennis Players’ Association (WTA) has followed through on its threats: a week after Chinese state media staged Peng Shuai’s return, it announced on Wednesday 1is December, that it suspended its tournaments in China. On November 2, the former world number one in doubles accused ex-minister Zhang Gaoli of rape, in a long story – immediately censored – published on the Chinese social network Weibo, before disappearing for nearly three weeks.

The WTA was quick to voice its concern, accompanying a campaign launched by players asking: “Where’s Peng Shuai?” “ The association becomes the first to oppose China head-on, when most sports organizations avoid offending the second largest economic power in the world, to continue to do business there.

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“If the powerful can censor women’s voices, and sweep sexual assault charges under the rug, then the foundation upon which the WTA was founded – equality for women – would suffer greatly,” WTA President Steve Simon wrote in a statement. This is the reason why, with the full support of the WTA Board of Directors, I am announcing the immediate suspension of all WTA tournaments in China, including Hong Kong. In good conscience, I don’t see how I can ask our athletes to participate when Peng Shuai is not allowed to communicate freely and has apparently been pressured to reverse his allegations of assault. sexual. The leaders of China have left no choice to the WTA “, he adds.

“Very strong and very courageous” position

Several players, including the Czech Petra Kvitova and the French Alizé Cornet, congratulated the president of the association on Twitter. World men’s tour number Novak Djokovic also said on the sidelines of the Davis Cup: “I fully support the position of the WTA, because we do not have enough information on Peng Shuai (…). I think the position of the WTA is very strong and very courageous. “ On the other hand, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) congratulated itself last week on having been able to speak on video with the player. The organization said “Relieved to see that Peng Shuai was doing well”.

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In China, the case is still taboo, but the WTA’s decision drew some enthusiastic comments on social media, which was quickly censored. The foreign ministry has repeatedly refused to comment on the case, on the pretext that it “This is not a diplomatic problem”, going so far as to threaten journalists asking too many questions on the subject, during his daily press conference.

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The Women Tennis Players’ Association (WTA) has followed through on its threats: a week after Chinese state media staged Peng Shuai’s return, it announced on Wednesday 1is December, that it suspended its tournaments in China. On November 2, the former world number one in doubles accused ex-minister Zhang Gaoli of rape, in a long story – immediately censored – published on the Chinese social network Weibo, before disappearing for nearly three weeks.

The WTA was quick to voice its concern, accompanying a campaign launched by players asking: “Where’s Peng Shuai?” “ The association becomes the first to oppose China head-on, when most sports organizations avoid offending the second largest economic power in the world, to continue to do business there.

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“If the powerful can censor women’s voices, and sweep sexual assault charges under the rug, then the foundation upon which the WTA was founded – equality for women – would suffer greatly,” WTA President Steve Simon wrote in a statement. This is the reason why, with the full support of the WTA Board of Directors, I am announcing the immediate suspension of all WTA tournaments in China, including Hong Kong. In good conscience, I don’t see how I can ask our athletes to participate when Peng Shuai is not allowed to communicate freely and has apparently been pressured to reverse his allegations of assault. sexual. The leaders of China have left no choice to the WTA “, he adds.

“Very strong and very courageous” position

Several players, including the Czech Petra Kvitova and the French Alizé Cornet, congratulated the president of the association on Twitter. World men’s tour number Novak Djokovic also said on the sidelines of the Davis Cup: “I fully support the position of the WTA, because we do not have enough information on Peng Shuai (…). I think the position of the WTA is very strong and very courageous. “ On the other hand, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) congratulated itself last week on having been able to speak on video with the player. The organization said “Relieved to see that Peng Shuai was doing well”.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers China tries to bury Peng Shuai case, blessed by International Olympic Committee

In China, the case is still taboo, but the WTA’s decision drew some enthusiastic comments on social media, which was quickly censored. The foreign ministry has repeatedly refused to comment on the case, on the pretext that it “This is not a diplomatic problem”, going so far as to threaten journalists asking too many questions on the subject, during his daily press conference.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638486994) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(58) "Machine learning helps mathematicians make new connections" ["link"]=> string(95) "https://bofads.com/healthandscience/machine-learning-helps-mathematicians-make-new-connections/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 02 Dec 2021 23:10:18 +0000" ["category"]=> string(63) "Health And ScienceConnectionshelpslearningMachinemathematicians" ["guid"]=> string(26) "https://bofads.com/?p=7364" ["description"]=> string(711) "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(3777) "

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  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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  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

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638486618) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(50) "In Senegal, a new city waiting for its inhabitants" ["link"]=> string(80) "https://bofads.com/world-news/in-senegal-a-new-city-waiting-for-its-inhabitants/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Paula Hooper" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 02 Dec 2021 22:34:43 +0000" ["category"]=> string(39) "World NewsCityinhabitantsSenegalwaiting" ["guid"]=> string(26) "https://bofads.com/?p=7361" ["description"]=> string(582) "Behind puny shrubs, the white and orange villas all look alike. Wisely aligned by the side of the road, the houses of SD-City, one of the first residences in the new town of Diamniadio, in Senegal, contrast with the usual disorder of sub-Saharan cities. In this space, where minerality dominates, the human presence is still ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(17156) "

Behind puny shrubs, the white and orange villas all look alike. Wisely aligned by the side of the road, the houses of SD-City, one of the first residences in the new town of Diamniadio, in Senegal, contrast with the usual disorder of sub-Saharan cities.

In this space, where minerality dominates, the human presence is still limited to rare inhabitants and to the workers of the construction sites still in progress. Seydina Touré, a trader installed there since 2018, is proud to have been the first resident. Arrived even before the water and electricity connections were in place.

But now the grocer-pastry chef longs to receive a few more neighbors. For the moment, he mostly rubs shoulders with the executives and engineers of Turkish, Chinese or Indian construction companies who came to work on this vast project launched by the Senegalese state in 2014: to create from scratch a city, about thirty kilometers from Dakar. , on 1,644 hectares. A modern, orderly and sustainable urban area, a sort of model city, financed in large part by public-private partnerships.

Seydina Amza Toure, delegate of the urban center of SD-City of Senegindia, in the living room of one of his furnished apartments that he offers for rent, November 26, 2021. Diamniadio (Senegal), November 26, 2021.
The city of officials.  Diamniadio (Senegal), November 26, 2021.

As long as the regional express train does not run between Dakar and Diamniadio, it is as if life had not really entered the great urban body. The activity takes there in a sparse way. Here a research center, there a business … But once this crucial step – scheduled for December 2021 – has been passed, the deliveries of housing programs should accelerate and give the place a soul.

The Olympic Stadium and Amadou-Mahtar-Mbow University will follow. Like the imposing circular building of the United Nations which will bring together the thirty-four agencies – that is to say more than 1000 employees – today still scattered in Dakar. The idea being that these structures, which will come next to the special economic zone or the conference center, create a dynamic economic center, very close to the international airport.

Mutualized optical fiber

The General Delegation for the Promotion of Urban Poles (DGPU) responsible for the implementation of this new city has also validated a series of ten new projects ready to be launched. Because “The construction of the city of Diamniadio is part of the national ambition to boost growth through investment”, recalls Diene Farba Sarr, the general delegate. The latter’s mission therefore involves rigorous monitoring of the work, because this city, which aims to be innovative, sustainable and green, “Must above all not repeat the planning and urbanization errors of the past”, he assures.

On paper, Diamniadio is a futuristic dream. While internet access remains a luxury on the continent, “There, a shared optical fiber will make it possible to offer public Wi-Fi in addition to serving administrations and large companies”, Dieynaba Diop Gueye, the head of the smart city unit at the DGPU, is projected. The latter adds that episode 2 of the development of the place will go through “Video surveillance and digital management of waste and public lighting”.

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A project is being studied with the help of the French consultancy firm Tactis, specializing in the digital development of territories. For Stéphane Lelux, its president, “Diamniadio is the first city in Africa to be the subject of a real global digital planning at the time of its construction”. This does not mean that the project will succeed … This is also the reason why “We will have to prevent telecommunications operators from occupying space in a wild way”, he continues, otherwise the beautiful dream of a smart city will be difficult to achieve.

Moreover, the architect Mamy Tall, who takes an interested eye on this gigantic construction site, believes that what is emerging from the ground in this red plain is still far from resembling a real city, even less like a smart city. “It lacks cohesion, intelligent planning”, she regrets, especially since “It is not an urbanization which takes into account the needs of the men”.

Sign for a hotel construction project stopped by the inhabitants of the village of Déni Malick Guèye.  Diamniadio (Senegal), November 26, 2021.
A view of the SD-City residential and commercial complex of Senegindia.  Diamniadio (Senegal), November 26, 2021.

For now, it’s hard to imagine the final phase. A few large asphalt avenues, without pedestrian crossings, sidewalks or traffic lights, form the junction between infrastructures that are independent of each other. The new town is cut off by a toll highway, crossed by a single bridge.

“Other interchanges will be installed to create new exits, Mr. Farba Sarr justifies. When we built the highway, we didn’t know there would be stadiums or large infrastructure that would drain crowds. ” The risk is real of seeing the faults of Dakar reproduced, for example: stuck on a narrow peninsula, the capital shelters somehow 17% of the 17 million Senegalese on only 0.3% of the territory.

“We accept public utility projects such as ministries or the Institut Pasteur on our arable land, but certainly not a five-star hotel. Mamadou Mbengue, president of the collective for the defense of the lands of Déni Malick Guèye

If the result is not guaranteed, an effort has been made to make Diamniadio an ecological hub. The buildings are white, well insulated, and photovoltaic panels are multiplying to supply buildings for the most part erected within the framework of a public-private partnership and available for hire-purchase.

“We had easy access to land, then we built the buildings for which we still have the management for five years before the State paid us and became the owner”, specifies El Hadji Hamidou Badji, strategy and development director at Teyliom, an operator responsible for building one of the ministerial spheres which have hosted fourteen relocated ministries for two years.

The fact remains that this use of rural land does not appeal to everyone and that the inhabitants of neighboring municipalities do not all share this dream of a smart city on their doorstep. Okra fields stretch a stone’s throw from a derelict witness villa; they are part of a village of 3,000 people called Déni Malick Guèye. “We accept public utility projects such as ministries or the Institut Pasteur on our arable land, but certainly not a five-star hotel”, launches Mamadou Mbengue, president of the collective for the defense of the lands of Déni Malick Guèye.

House part of a construction project stopped by the populations of the village of Déni Malick Guèye.  Diamniadio (Senegal), November 26, 2021.
A view of the farming village of Déni Malick Guèye, where the inhabitants fight against private construction on their land handed down from generation to generation.  Diamniadio (Senegal), November 26, 2021.

He asks for an extension of the land reserve so that the inhabitants can continue to live from agriculture. Even if some now work in construction sites or in new infrastructures, “These are just the jobs that are not valued when some of us have studied”, sorry Gora Sylla, a young activist from the village. And then, “Only uneven tracks allow us to enter the village”, notes Mamadou Mbengue, who has more and more the impression that even the crumbs of neighboring urban development will escape him.

This article was produced in the framework of a partnership with the Veolia Institute.

Summary of our series “African cities facing their future”

Take part in the conference “From Rabat to Cape Town, Africa as a sustainable continent of the 22nd century”

The World Africa and The World Cities organize, on Thursday, December 9, 2021, a conference on African urbanization and its social, economic, environmental and political issues. This is the fourth part which closes the cycle of debates ” Tomorrow, the African city ».

Free entry upon registration.

Conference | “From Rabat to Cape Town, Africa as a sustainable continent of the 22nd century”
Thursday, December 9, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Auditorium of World, 67 Avenue Pierre Mendès France, 75013 Paris
See the detailed morning program.

We wish to say thanks to the writer of this article for this remarkable material

In Senegal, a new city waiting for its inhabitants

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Behind puny shrubs, the white and orange villas all look alike. Wisely aligned by the side of the road, the houses of SD-City, one of the first residences in the new town of Diamniadio, in Senegal, contrast with the usual disorder of sub-Saharan cities.

In this space, where minerality dominates, the human presence is still limited to rare inhabitants and to the workers of the construction sites still in progress. Seydina Touré, a trader installed there since 2018, is proud to have been the first resident. Arrived even before the water and electricity connections were in place.

But now the grocer-pastry chef longs to receive a few more neighbors. For the moment, he mostly rubs shoulders with the executives and engineers of Turkish, Chinese or Indian construction companies who came to work on this vast project launched by the Senegalese state in 2014: to create from scratch a city, about thirty kilometers from Dakar. , on 1,644 hectares. A modern, orderly and sustainable urban area, a sort of model city, financed in large part by public-private partnerships.

Seydina Amza Toure, delegate of the urban center of SD-City of Senegindia, in the living room of one of his furnished apartments that he offers for rent, November 26, 2021. Diamniadio (Senegal), November 26, 2021.
The city of officials.  Diamniadio (Senegal), November 26, 2021.

As long as the regional express train does not run between Dakar and Diamniadio, it is as if life had not really entered the great urban body. The activity takes there in a sparse way. Here a research center, there a business … But once this crucial step – scheduled for December 2021 – has been passed, the deliveries of housing programs should accelerate and give the place a soul.

The Olympic Stadium and Amadou-Mahtar-Mbow University will follow. Like the imposing circular building of the United Nations which will bring together the thirty-four agencies – that is to say more than 1000 employees – today still scattered in Dakar. The idea being that these structures, which will come next to the special economic zone or the conference center, create a dynamic economic center, very close to the international airport.

Mutualized optical fiber

The General Delegation for the Promotion of Urban Poles (DGPU) responsible for the implementation of this new city has also validated a series of ten new projects ready to be launched. Because “The construction of the city of Diamniadio is part of the national ambition to boost growth through investment”, recalls Diene Farba Sarr, the general delegate. The latter’s mission therefore involves rigorous monitoring of the work, because this city, which aims to be innovative, sustainable and green, “Must above all not repeat the planning and urbanization errors of the past”, he assures.

On paper, Diamniadio is a futuristic dream. While internet access remains a luxury on the continent, “There, a shared optical fiber will make it possible to offer public Wi-Fi in addition to serving administrations and large companies”, Dieynaba Diop Gueye, the head of the smart city unit at the DGPU, is projected. The latter adds that episode 2 of the development of the place will go through “Video surveillance and digital management of waste and public lighting”.

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A project is being studied with the help of the French consultancy firm Tactis, specializing in the digital development of territories. For Stéphane Lelux, its president, “Diamniadio is the first city in Africa to be the subject of a real global digital planning at the time of its construction”. This does not mean that the project will succeed … This is also the reason why “We will have to prevent telecommunications operators from occupying space in a wild way”, he continues, otherwise the beautiful dream of a smart city will be difficult to achieve.

Moreover, the architect Mamy Tall, who takes an interested eye on this gigantic construction site, believes that what is emerging from the ground in this red plain is still far from resembling a real city, even less like a smart city. “It lacks cohesion, intelligent planning”, she regrets, especially since “It is not an urbanization which takes into account the needs of the men”.

Sign for a hotel construction project stopped by the inhabitants of the village of Déni Malick Guèye.  Diamniadio (Senegal), November 26, 2021.
A view of the SD-City residential and commercial complex of Senegindia.  Diamniadio (Senegal), November 26, 2021.

For now, it’s hard to imagine the final phase. A few large asphalt avenues, without pedestrian crossings, sidewalks or traffic lights, form the junction between infrastructures that are independent of each other. The new town is cut off by a toll highway, crossed by a single bridge.

“Other interchanges will be installed to create new exits, Mr. Farba Sarr justifies. When we built the highway, we didn’t know there would be stadiums or large infrastructure that would drain crowds. ” The risk is real of seeing the faults of Dakar reproduced, for example: stuck on a narrow peninsula, the capital shelters somehow 17% of the 17 million Senegalese on only 0.3% of the territory.

“We accept public utility projects such as ministries or the Institut Pasteur on our arable land, but certainly not a five-star hotel. Mamadou Mbengue, president of the collective for the defense of the lands of Déni Malick Guèye

If the result is not guaranteed, an effort has been made to make Diamniadio an ecological hub. The buildings are white, well insulated, and photovoltaic panels are multiplying to supply buildings for the most part erected within the framework of a public-private partnership and available for hire-purchase.

“We had easy access to land, then we built the buildings for which we still have the management for five years before the State paid us and became the owner”, specifies El Hadji Hamidou Badji, strategy and development director at Teyliom, an operator responsible for building one of the ministerial spheres which have hosted fourteen relocated ministries for two years.

The fact remains that this use of rural land does not appeal to everyone and that the inhabitants of neighboring municipalities do not all share this dream of a smart city on their doorstep. Okra fields stretch a stone’s throw from a derelict witness villa; they are part of a village of 3,000 people called Déni Malick Guèye. “We accept public utility projects such as ministries or the Institut Pasteur on our arable land, but certainly not a five-star hotel”, launches Mamadou Mbengue, president of the collective for the defense of the lands of Déni Malick Guèye.

House part of a construction project stopped by the populations of the village of Déni Malick Guèye.  Diamniadio (Senegal), November 26, 2021.
A view of the farming village of Déni Malick Guèye, where the inhabitants fight against private construction on their land handed down from generation to generation.  Diamniadio (Senegal), November 26, 2021.

He asks for an extension of the land reserve so that the inhabitants can continue to live from agriculture. Even if some now work in construction sites or in new infrastructures, “These are just the jobs that are not valued when some of us have studied”, sorry Gora Sylla, a young activist from the village. And then, “Only uneven tracks allow us to enter the village”, notes Mamadou Mbengue, who has more and more the impression that even the crumbs of neighboring urban development will escape him.

This article was produced in the framework of a partnership with the Veolia Institute.

Summary of our series “African cities facing their future”

Take part in the conference “From Rabat to Cape Town, Africa as a sustainable continent of the 22nd century”

The World Africa and The World Cities organize, on Thursday, December 9, 2021, a conference on African urbanization and its social, economic, environmental and political issues. This is the fourth part which closes the cycle of debates ” Tomorrow, the African city ».

Free entry upon registration.

Conference | “From Rabat to Cape Town, Africa as a sustainable continent of the 22nd century”
Thursday, December 9, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Auditorium of World, 67 Avenue Pierre Mendès France, 75013 Paris
See the detailed morning program.

We wish to say thanks to the writer of this article for this remarkable material

In Senegal, a new city waiting for its inhabitants

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V porovnn s USA, Izraelem a dalmi hlavnmi vrobcidron zaali v n s vvojem vojenskch bezpilotnchplavidel pomrn pozd. Generln manaer Jn-ou cheng Liang vakv, e momentln jsou na nejvy rovni spolu s USA. Mon jsme ped ostatnmi, dodv.

Americk nmonictvo poprv pouilo roj bezpilotnch pravidel v roce 2014, ale v tu dobu je jet musel dit lidsk opertor. V dubnu tohoto roku U.S. Navy oznmilo, e se mu povedl spn test znien cle drony. Podle listuForbes tm Amerian vyslali jasn signl n.

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na zejm hodl vyut vyvjenou miniletadlovou lo, kter by vypoutla prv bezpilotn letadla. Naznauj to snmky modelu tto lodi zveejnn na pehldce vojensk techniky ve mstu-chaj.

nsk nmonictvo pravdpodobnvyuije lo k trnovn reakc na neptelsk roje. M vak potencil fungovat i v ofenzivnch situacch. Vyputn drony lze vyut k naruen neptelskch nmonch operac. Pro neptelsk plavidlo je t잚 urit pesn cle, piem sta jeden dron, aby ochromil klov systmy lodi, napklad radary. Takov tok prezentovala v u-chaji sttem vlastnn spolenost AVIC. Drony obkrouily neptelsk lod a zashly je elektronickmi vboji.

cheng uvedl, e Jn-ou chyst pt rok zprovoznit prvn mateskou lo schopnou koordinovat leteck, nmon i podmosk drony. Pokud by se to spolenosti podailo, na by pravdpodobn mla nad USA vhodu.

Znepokojen Spojen stty

Pentagon velmi znepokojuje tempo, s jakm na ve vvoji nejmodernj vojensk techniky postupuje. Ameriany podle zprv mdi pekvapil nsk spn test hypersonick zbran.

Vysoce postaven americk generl a mstopedseda sboru nelnk tb John Hyten varoval, e na pedhon Ameriany ve vojenskm vvoji, pokud nco neudlme. Podle nj vak americk postup vrazn naruuje brutln byrokracie.

na u v nkterch oblastech USA pekonala. M nejvt nmonictvo na svt, takt jej vzdun obrann systm je podle analzy Pentagonu rozvinutj.

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The year is 1998, I was studying at college and studying hard to not lose the scholarship, there were parties, college is always a wonderfully busy time, and then one day, someone from the crowd suggested we go see a friend play and we went, with no great pretensions for the night, we arrived at what my memory can remember, a place not fancy with a stage not very big. I just know the band joined and we could only comment “What happened here?” at the end of the night, because it went dancing from the first song to the last and the last “Thank you!” of the big band. I had to ask the people I was with about that night, to be sure of my memories and the answers were all “my god what night was that” or “unforgettable” or “one of the best nights of my life”.

It was exactly this feeling of pleasure that came to me when I was called to interview the Funk As You Like, to whom I refer in the story above. More than 20 years later, the band formed by Maestro Tiquinho (Trombone and arrangements), Reginaldo 16 Toneladas (Trumpet), Hugo Hori (Sax and Flute), Kito Siqueira (Baritone sax), Paulo de Viveiro (Trumpet), Kuki Stolarski ( Drums), Renato Galozzi (Guitar), Eron Guarnieri (Keyboards), Sérgio Bártolo (Bass) and Gustavo Ceki (Percussion), became famous because she absolutely deserved it, recorded with big names like Elza Soares, Paulo Moura, Sandra de Sá , Oswaldinho do Acordeon, João Donato, Thaíde, so on, only the heavyweights of Brazilian music, and the party continues, on Saturday, 04.12, they make two presentations at the Blue Note SP, to celebrate the return to the stage after the pandemic and this long and beautiful road.

FCLG and Paula Lima in a presentation at a Sesc SP unit photo: reproduction

Adriana Arakake: How did you meet and how did you come up with the idea of ​​setting up Funk Como Le Gusta?

FCLG: FLCG is, in principle, a group of friends. all members of the original formation already knew each other and participated or participated together in other works. Back in 1997, some of these members decided to get together for some “jams” that started in a home studio and then migrated to some bars. But, at that moment in question, the night in São Paulo was a bit still, the houses and stages were small, there was not much new happening, so we thought about having our own party. Someone discovered a music school called Annex Domus in Pinheiros, which had a space at the back, with a stage and a small hall without any structure, but we decided to face it. With the help of other friends in sound, light, projections, reception, etc. On the first night, 450 people showed up and the success was repeated and increasing, hence the band.

AA: That’s exactly the place I remember. What were the most memorable presentations for you?

FCLG: We are a band that has always valued live performance a lot. For us, the audience is part of the show and we’ve always had this interaction, in almost all the shows we’ve done and there have been many throughout our career. So that makes our performances unforgettable. Of course, some are more important, such as album release shows, big stage shows, or with very special guests. But it’s hard to even name just a few.

AA: What is FCLG’s recipe for making every show a party?

FCLG: We’ve always valued essentially dancing shows and we try to lead the audience into this relaxed ballroom atmosphere.

AA: You guys are constantly renewing, what changes have been the most significant since the first record?

FCLG: I think that all of us, individually, change attitudes over time and this reflects in our music production. And each album of ours shows exactly the moment the group is experiencing, due to the dynamics of each member.

AA: Of the 4 albums released, do you have any favorites?

FCLG: All are children, right (laughs). You don’t have a favorite. But our audience, due to the response we had and have in terms of sales, streaming, etc., consumes more of our first album, “Roda de Funk”.

AA What are the biggest influences of FCLG?

FCLG: Being a big band, there are 10 people, each one brings their personal contribution in the compositions and interpretations. But, the first inspiration of the group as a whole comes from great bands and musicians from the Brazilian and American seventies Black Music and also from Latin music.

AA: Do you have different trajectories as well as work with other artists, do you think together about albums and shows? How does this chemistry work so well, for so long?

FCLG: We always debate all our decisions as a group. The songs, whether for concerts or records, are decidedly raised and polished in rehearsals. The overall work is divided among the members. Over these more than 20 years, we have all discovered how we can contribute to the whole. Each one doing their best, in their best extra stage skill.

AA How did they adapt to continue producing during the most closed period of the pandemic?

FCLG: We haven’t really adapted, we’re literally in a kind of production vacuum. We continued talking, taking care of the company, planning the future, we even made a new composition in the quarantine mold, each one in his own home. But, we don’t get into the pile of incessantly producing content, or making lives. We just maintained the confidence that this terrible period was going to pass and we waited to safely resume our activities.

FKLG photo: Laura Pirlo

AA: What can audiences expect from these Blue Note shows? Is this your first post pandemic presentation?

FCLG: This show will definitely be very special. We’ve never had such a long period of time away from the stage. And it will be special also because our last show before the isolation, imposed by the pandemic was exactly at the Blue Note. It couldn’t be better for us if the first one in the retake was in the same place. We come back…

Yes! They are back! Saturday will be the day of Baile Soul, the mix of soul, funk, samba, always vibrant Latin music, the 4 albums released, the surprise guest appearances, everything will be there. I had the honor of watching and talking to several musicians, bands that made their first post-isolation presentations and it was a thrill, with FCLG it will certainly be no different and I’ll take this opportunity to celebrate my more than 20 years dancing at the party that is Funk Como Le Gusta, relive everything I felt in their first concerts in the Domus Annex. My affective memory thanks you. I can’t wait.

Adriana Arakake

Adriana Ararake is a DJ and an expert in Jazz, Soul and Blues for Music Non Stop.

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The year is 1998, I was studying at college and studying hard to not lose the scholarship, there were parties, college is always a wonderfully busy time, and then one day, someone from the crowd suggested we go see a friend play and we went, with no great pretensions for the night, we arrived at what my memory can remember, a place not fancy with a stage not very big. I just know the band joined and we could only comment “What happened here?” at the end of the night, because it went dancing from the first song to the last and the last “Thank you!” of the big band. I had to ask the people I was with about that night, to be sure of my memories and the answers were all “my god what night was that” or “unforgettable” or “one of the best nights of my life”.

It was exactly this feeling of pleasure that came to me when I was called to interview the Funk As You Like, to whom I refer in the story above. More than 20 years later, the band formed by Maestro Tiquinho (Trombone and arrangements), Reginaldo 16 Toneladas (Trumpet), Hugo Hori (Sax and Flute), Kito Siqueira (Baritone sax), Paulo de Viveiro (Trumpet), Kuki Stolarski ( Drums), Renato Galozzi (Guitar), Eron Guarnieri (Keyboards), Sérgio Bártolo (Bass) and Gustavo Ceki (Percussion), became famous because she absolutely deserved it, recorded with big names like Elza Soares, Paulo Moura, Sandra de Sá , Oswaldinho do Acordeon, João Donato, Thaíde, so on, only the heavyweights of Brazilian music, and the party continues, on Saturday, 04.12, they make two presentations at the Blue Note SP, to celebrate the return to the stage after the pandemic and this long and beautiful road.

FCLG and Paula Lima in a presentation at a Sesc SP unit photo: reproduction

Adriana Arakake: How did you meet and how did you come up with the idea of ​​setting up Funk Como Le Gusta?

FCLG: FLCG is, in principle, a group of friends. all members of the original formation already knew each other and participated or participated together in other works. Back in 1997, some of these members decided to get together for some “jams” that started in a home studio and then migrated to some bars. But, at that moment in question, the night in São Paulo was a bit still, the houses and stages were small, there was not much new happening, so we thought about having our own party. Someone discovered a music school called Annex Domus in Pinheiros, which had a space at the back, with a stage and a small hall without any structure, but we decided to face it. With the help of other friends in sound, light, projections, reception, etc. On the first night, 450 people showed up and the success was repeated and increasing, hence the band.

AA: That’s exactly the place I remember. What were the most memorable presentations for you?

FCLG: We are a band that has always valued live performance a lot. For us, the audience is part of the show and we’ve always had this interaction, in almost all the shows we’ve done and there have been many throughout our career. So that makes our performances unforgettable. Of course, some are more important, such as album release shows, big stage shows, or with very special guests. But it’s hard to even name just a few.

AA: What is FCLG’s recipe for making every show a party?

FCLG: We’ve always valued essentially dancing shows and we try to lead the audience into this relaxed ballroom atmosphere.

AA: You guys are constantly renewing, what changes have been the most significant since the first record?

FCLG: I think that all of us, individually, change attitudes over time and this reflects in our music production. And each album of ours shows exactly the moment the group is experiencing, due to the dynamics of each member.

AA: Of the 4 albums released, do you have any favorites?

FCLG: All are children, right (laughs). You don’t have a favorite. But our audience, due to the response we had and have in terms of sales, streaming, etc., consumes more of our first album, “Roda de Funk”.

AA What are the biggest influences of FCLG?

FCLG: Being a big band, there are 10 people, each one brings their personal contribution in the compositions and interpretations. But, the first inspiration of the group as a whole comes from great bands and musicians from the Brazilian and American seventies Black Music and also from Latin music.

AA: Do you have different trajectories as well as work with other artists, do you think together about albums and shows? How does this chemistry work so well, for so long?

FCLG: We always debate all our decisions as a group. The songs, whether for concerts or records, are decidedly raised and polished in rehearsals. The overall work is divided among the members. Over these more than 20 years, we have all discovered how we can contribute to the whole. Each one doing their best, in their best extra stage skill.

AA How did they adapt to continue producing during the most closed period of the pandemic?

FCLG: We haven’t really adapted, we’re literally in a kind of production vacuum. We continued talking, taking care of the company, planning the future, we even made a new composition in the quarantine mold, each one in his own home. But, we don’t get into the pile of incessantly producing content, or making lives. We just maintained the confidence that this terrible period was going to pass and we waited to safely resume our activities.

FKLG photo: Laura Pirlo

AA: What can audiences expect from these Blue Note shows? Is this your first post pandemic presentation?

FCLG: This show will definitely be very special. We’ve never had such a long period of time away from the stage. And it will be special also because our last show before the isolation, imposed by the pandemic was exactly at the Blue Note. It couldn’t be better for us if the first one in the retake was in the same place. We come back…

Yes! They are back! Saturday will be the day of Baile Soul, the mix of soul, funk, samba, always vibrant Latin music, the 4 albums released, the surprise guest appearances, everything will be there. I had the honor of watching and talking to several musicians, bands that made their first post-isolation presentations and it was a thrill, with FCLG it will certainly be no different and I’ll take this opportunity to celebrate my more than 20 years dancing at the party that is Funk Como Le Gusta, relive everything I felt in their first concerts in the Domus Annex. My affective memory thanks you. I can’t wait.

Adriana Arakake

Adriana Ararake is a DJ and an expert in Jazz, Soul and Blues for Music Non Stop.

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We interviewed Funk Como Le Gusta, which returns to the stage in São Paulo

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The molecular messages are sent to our brain and potentially our eyes immediately after we exercise.

The ANU team is conducting research to better understand what impact these molecular messages have on retinal health, but also the central nervous system and eye diseases such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

Associate Professor Riccardo Natoli, Head of Clear Vision Research at ANU, says the molecules could potentially be hijacked, recoded and “bottled up” in a pill and taken like a vitamin.

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New ANU research has examined existing literature into the effects of exercise on the central nervous system and eyes. Specifically, the researchers set out to discover what impact exercise has on the retina — the light-sensing part of the eye — and whether exercise can help maintain good eyesight as we age.

Dr Joshua Chu-Tan, also from the ANU Clear Vision Research Lab, says further research is needed to understand how these molecular signals, which are sent from the rest of the body when we exercise, actually reach our brain and eyes.

He says the team’s preliminary research into the benefits of exercise on the retina has unearthed some “promising” results.

“We know exercise is good for our eyesight, but to what extent is still unknown. Our aim is to understand the benefits of exercise at the molecular level and how it is beneficial for the central nervous system and the retina,” Dr Chu-Tan said.

“We found the benefits of exercise extend far beyond what has traditionally been known, however this has been largely understudied in the retina, despite the retina being an extension of the brain.

“One of the main goals of doing this review was to determine what’s going on inside the body after we exercise that gives us the benefits of exercise, and why physical activity is so good for our brain and eyes.”

The futuristic therapy could one day help patients suffering from neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

“It’s been suggested that prescribing exercise to patients suffering from neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s can help improve and slow down the disease progression,” Dr Chu-Tan said.

“We know that from looking at diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s if you exercise in a particular fashion you can potentially stimulate neuronal activity.

“That hasn’t really been looked at in the retina at the level we’re thinking of. We want to understand the molecular messages that underpin the benefits of exercise.”

The researchers say the supplement would be intended only for patients who have restricted movement that renders them unable to exercise at an intensity needed to reap the rewards. It is not intended for the general public.

“We can’t possibly package all the effects of exercise into a single pill, there are too many benefits that stretch throughout the entire body beyond what we could ‘prescribe’ and that’s not the goal,” Dr Chu-Tan said.

Dr Chu-Tan, Tuckwell Scholar Max Kirkby and Associate Professor Natoli’s systematic review of existing literature into the benefits of exercise on the central nervous system and eyes, including the retina, is published in Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology.

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Journal Reference:

  1. Joshua A. Chu‐Tan, Max Kirkby, Riccardo Natoli. Running to save sight: The effects of exercise on retinal health and function. Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology, 2021; DOI: 10.1111/ceo.14023

The molecular messages are sent to our brain and potentially our eyes immediately after we exercise.

The ANU team is conducting research to better understand what impact these molecular messages have on retinal health, but also the central nervous system and eye diseases such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

Associate Professor Riccardo Natoli, Head of Clear Vision Research at ANU, says the molecules could potentially be hijacked, recoded and “bottled up” in a pill and taken like a vitamin.

“The beneficial messages being sent to the central nervous system during exercise are packaged up in what are known as lipid particles. We are essentially prescribing the molecular message of exercise to those who physically aren’t able to,” he said.

“We think that as you age, the ability to communicate between the muscles and the retina starts to be lost. Similar to taking supplements, maybe we can provide genetic or molecular supplementation that enables that natural biological process to continue as we age.

“Our goal is to figure out what these molecules are communicating to the body and how they’re communicating.”

New ANU research has examined existing literature into the effects of exercise on the central nervous system and eyes. Specifically, the researchers set out to discover what impact exercise has on the retina — the light-sensing part of the eye — and whether exercise can help maintain good eyesight as we age.

Dr Joshua Chu-Tan, also from the ANU Clear Vision Research Lab, says further research is needed to understand how these molecular signals, which are sent from the rest of the body when we exercise, actually reach our brain and eyes.

He says the team’s preliminary research into the benefits of exercise on the retina has unearthed some “promising” results.

“We know exercise is good for our eyesight, but to what extent is still unknown. Our aim is to understand the benefits of exercise at the molecular level and how it is beneficial for the central nervous system and the retina,” Dr Chu-Tan said.

“We found the benefits of exercise extend far beyond what has traditionally been known, however this has been largely understudied in the retina, despite the retina being an extension of the brain.

“One of the main goals of doing this review was to determine what’s going on inside the body after we exercise that gives us the benefits of exercise, and why physical activity is so good for our brain and eyes.”

The futuristic therapy could one day help patients suffering from neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

“It’s been suggested that prescribing exercise to patients suffering from neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s can help improve and slow down the disease progression,” Dr Chu-Tan said.

“We know that from looking at diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s if you exercise in a particular fashion you can potentially stimulate neuronal activity.

“That hasn’t really been looked at in the retina at the level we’re thinking of. We want to understand the molecular messages that underpin the benefits of exercise.”

The researchers say the supplement would be intended only for patients who have restricted movement that renders them unable to exercise at an intensity needed to reap the rewards. It is not intended for the general public.

“We can’t possibly package all the effects of exercise into a single pill, there are too many benefits that stretch throughout the entire body beyond what we could ‘prescribe’ and that’s not the goal,” Dr Chu-Tan said.

Dr Chu-Tan, Tuckwell Scholar Max Kirkby and Associate Professor Natoli’s systematic review of existing literature into the benefits of exercise on the central nervous system and eyes, including the retina, is published in Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology.

We want to say thanks to the author of this short article for this amazing content

Unorthodox ‘train in a capsule’ could offer simple solution for at-risk patients

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