Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Sibel Kekilli, de Juego de Tronos, desata la polémica por su pasado porno

De yahoo noticia ,la noticia mas caliente del dia


La aclamada actriz alemana Sibel Kekilli, de 33 años y conocida por su participación en `Juego de Tronos´, se arrepentirá toda su vida de haber pertenecido a la industria de la pornografía. Allá por el año 2000 hizo películas muy subiditas de tono y, ahora, sus compatriotas del diario `Bild´ han mostrado al mundo sus posados más explícitos.











Yo creo que esa experiencia en las pantayas de cine adulto le abrira muchas puertas y no le cerara como a lo mejor creo que piensas otras personas


Sibel Kekilli, Game of Thrones, entfesselt die Kontroverse um seine Vergangenheit porn
Von Yahoo News, die heißesten News des Tages


Der gefeierte deutsche Schauspielerin Sibel Kekilli, 33, für seine Rolle in "Game of Thrones" bekannt bedauern sein ganzes Leben auf die Pornoindustrie gehörte. Weg zurück im Jahr 2000 tat sehr wenig Aufstieg in Filmen und Ton jetzt täglich Landsleute 'Bild' haben gezeigt, der Welt seine deutlichste thront.



Ich denke, dass die Erfahrungen in den erwachsenen Film pantayas viele Türen zu öffnen und nicht cerara als vielleicht andere Leute denken denken

Sibel Kekilli, Game of Thrones, la controverse déclenchée par son passé porno
De yahoo nouvelles, nouvelles les plus chaudes de la journée


L'actrice allemande acclamé Sibel Kekilli, 33 ans, connu pour son rôle dans "Game of Thrones" regretter toute sa vie d'avoir appartenu à l'industrie de la pornographie. Chemin du retour, en 2000, a très peu de hausse dans les films de tonalité et de Bild 'compatriotes désormais quotidiens ont montré au monde sa plus explicite perché.



Je pense que l'expérience dans les pantayas de films pour adultes va ouvrir de nombreuses portes et ne cerara que peut-être que vous pensez que les autres pensent

Sibel Kekilli, Leikur af stóli, að deilur læðingi með síðasta klám hans
Frá Yahoo News, heitasta fréttir dagsins


Lof Þýska leikkonan Sibel Kekilli, 33, þekktur fyrir hlutverk sitt í 'Game af stóli "eftirsjá allt sitt líf til að hafa átti að klámi iðnaður. Vegur bak í 2000 gerði mjög lítið hækkun kvikmyndir tón og nú daglega samlanda 'Bild' hafa sýnt heiminum mest skýr fuglaprik þess.



Ég held að reynsla í fullorðnum pantayas kvikmynd mun opna margar dyr og ekki cerara eins kannski finnst aðrir hugsa

Сибель Kekilli, Игра Престолов, спор развязанной его прошлом порно
От Yahoo News, самые горячие новости дня


Известный немецкая актриса Сибель Kekilli, 33, известный своей ролью в "Игра престолов" сожалеть всю свою жизнь, принадлежала порноиндустрии. Путь назад, в 2000 году сделал очень мало, рост тон фильмов и 'Bild' Сейчас ежедневно соотечественники показали миру свое самое явное сидел.



Я думаю, что опыт во взрослой pantayas фильм откроет многие двери и не будет cerara как, может быть, вы думаете, что другие люди думают
Sibel' Kekilli , Igra Prestolov , spor razvyazannoy yego proshlom porno
Ot Yahoo News , samyye goryachiye novosti dnya


Izvestnyy nemetskaya aktrisa Sibel' Kekilli , 33, izvestnyy svoyey rol'yu v " Igra prestolov " sozhalet' vsyu svoyu zhizn' , prinadlezhala pornoindustrii . Put' nazad, v 2000 godu sdelal ochen' malo, rost ton fil'mov i ' Bild ' Seychas yezhednevno sootechestvenniki pokazali miru svoye samoye yavnoye sidel .



YA dumayu, chto opyt vo vzrosloy pantayas fil'm otkroyet mnogiye dveri i ne budet cerara kak , mozhet byt', vy dumayete, chto drugiye lyudi dumayut

Sibel Kekilli, Game of Thrones, the controversy unleashed by his past porn
From yahoo news, the hottest news of the day


The acclaimed German actress Sibel Kekilli, 33, known for his role in 'Game of Thrones' regret all his life to have belonged to the pornography industry. Way back in 2000 did very little rise in tone films and now daily compatriots 'Bild' have shown the world its most explicit perched.



I think that experience in the adult film pantayas will open many doors and will not cerara as maybe you think other people think


More about Sibel Kekilli

Monday, June 17, 2013

Body Found on Beach | Mermaids


Saturday, June 15, 2013

Treat to Radiology Technician Professionals


Greetings:

As you have likely heard, we are trying to pass a bill in the U.S. Congress that would address current barriers to Medicare reimbursement for radiologist assistants. The bill is the Medicare Access to Radiology Care Act, or MARCA. This email is to urge all R.T.'s to contact their representatives and ask for their support. Below is a document for a brief remark by you, to be sent on to your Representative in the U.S. House of Representatives.

If you don't know your representative, follow the instructions below. Your letter is addressed to your Representative, but the email should be sent to their legislative aide for health issues. 
  • If you don't know your zip+4, go to:
  • https://tools.usps.com/go/ZipLookupAction!input.action
  • To determine your Representative's legislative aide for health issues, go to:
  • http://capwiz.com/asrt/dbq/officials/ 
  • Insert your zip+4 (or your member of the House of Representatives name) then click their name then "staff." You want to send the email to the HLA. If that position is vacant, send it to the Legislative Director. Their email is first name . last name@mail.house.gov.
  • Note we are not sending messages to the Senate now, only your Representative.
  • Fill in the highlighted portions of the attached letter below. Remember to remove the grey highlighting. Replace the grey with appropriate text.
  • Put the letter to your Representative on your letter-head, if you can.
  • Any question should be directed to the ARRT Government Affairs department at (651) 687-0048 ext. 3138.
June 14, 2013
The Honorable [FIRST NAME LAST NAME]
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515

Dear Representative [LAST NAME]:

I am a Registered Technologist (R.T.) working in [CITY, STATE] and I [ELABORATE ON YOUR PRACTICE AND/OR YOUR TIME IN THE COMMUNITY]. I am writing in support of H.R. 1148, the Medicare Access to Radiology Care Act, or MARCA. This bipartisan bill will address Medicare's lack of recognition of the Radiologist Assistant (RA) profession and the patient access problems caused by that failure.  I want you to know that I wholeheartedly endorse this legislation and encourage you to cosponsor this bill. 

The RA profession was created in the mid-1990's in response to an increased demand and need for complex medical imaging services and a shortage of radiologists.  All stakeholders in the radiology community - radiologists, technologists, and certifying bodies - collaborated to develop a comprehensive, advanced education and training program for technologists so that they could perform radiologic assessments and procedures (excluding interpretations) that traditionally were performed by radiologists.  Twenty-nine states license or otherwise recognize RAs. The RA level is the next step for R.T.s who are interested in pursuing additional education and training in order to expand the scope of services they can provide to patients in need of medical imaging.

RAs always practice under the on-site supervision of a radiologist. They make radiology practices more efficient. They free up the radiologist to spend more time on interpretations and consultations, which enhances patient safety and improves outcomes. RAs spend more time with the patient, empowering the patient to become better informed about his or her procedure. They can reduce wait times and increase patient satisfaction.

Unfortunately, Medicare has not kept pace with this important development in the field of radiology; the law has not been amended to specifically recognize RAs as Medicare providers. This failure means that RAs are not permitted to provide to Medicare beneficiaries the services they are trained and allowed to perform under state law. By not allowing radiology practices and departments to make effective use of RAs, Medicare is promoting inefficiency in health care delivery, jeopardizing timely access to diagnostic and interventional procedures for Medicare beneficiaries (particularly in rural areas), and ignoring potential cost savings.  RAs are losing their jobs, and university RA training programs are on the verge of suspending or terminating their programs.  R.T.s who were considering additional education and training to become an RA are witnessing the swift depletion of RA jobs due to the lack of Medicare recognition of the RA profession. This situation eliminates professional growth opportunities for RTs and sends radiology back to a pre-1990's state where there is an insufficient number of mid-level professionals available to assist radiologists in providing high quality medical imaging services. 

H.R. 1148 would correct this problem. It would amend the Medicare statute to explicitly recognize RAs. State law would dictate scope of practice and supervision requirements. Services performed by an RA would be billed by the radiologist but would be reimbursed at a lower rate (85% of the physician rate).  This would enable Medicare to realize savings and should ensure that there is no adverse impact on the federal budget.

This legislation has no opposition and is supported by all stakeholders in the medical imaging community, including radiologists.  It preserves medical education programs, jobs, and patient access to medical imaging services.  And it will not increase the federal deficit.  I hope I can count on you to cosponsor H.R. 1148.  Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely,



[NAME & TITLE]

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Is there a secret, hollow Earth?




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Elongated skulls from peru

Nephilim Secrets:
 
On Tuesday's show, author and researcher L.A. Marzulli discussed his ongoing work on the 'Watchers' and the cosmic battle instigated by the Nephilim or fallen angels, whom he believes have tinkered with mankind's DNA. He shared his startling discovery in Peru of what might be Nephilim skulls (see related photos). In Paracas, on the coast of Peru, he and Richard Shaw, the director of the 'Watcher' series, visited a necropolis, a huge desert cemetery, and a museum that had some forty skulls originally from the graveyard. While some of the elongated heads were shaped by "cradle-boarding," a type of skull binding that led to cranial deformation, others appear to be genuinely anomalous, having just one parietal plate, he detailed. Some of the skulls also have a large pronounced ridge, and a heart-shaped dome in the rear that can't be achieved through cradle-boarding, he continued. "I believe we are looking at some sort of genetic manipulation...that are the remains of the Nephilim," from around 3,000 to 3,500 years ago, he added.
 
They brought back a red hair sample from one of the Peruvian skulls, and arranged for comparative spectroscopic tests with other samples. Curiously, the ancient Peruvian hair matched the patterns of a blond hair of an alleged alien hybrid, Marzulli reported (he contends that the aliens associated with abductions are actually the Nephilim). In the days of Noah, there was an ancient grid system that covered the planet which worked with megalithic structures, he said, and he believes he saw remnants of this in Peruvian locations such as at Cuzco. This ancient grid was used by the Nephilim to enslave humankind, and now according to biblical prophecy, the modern grid system (satellites etc.) will be used to control the population, he warned.
 
A site known as American Stonehenge in New Hampshire is thought to be around 4,000 years old, and he said it shows evidence that human sacrifice took place there, and may have been another location of the ancient Nephilim. Marzulli believes that the Antichrist figure will be a hybrid or Nephilim, and when he comes into power, you won't be able to buy, sell, or trade without the 'mark,' which once accepted will alter people's DNA, turning them into Nephilim or "the seed of the serpent."
 

In tandem with his 6/11/13 appearance, L.A. Marzulli sends several images and captions. 

 
This Ica Museum skull came from the Chongos Necropolis. It has only one parietal plate whereas human skulls have two. I believe it is the result of genetic engineering. Click on image to view larger. 


 
Museum comparison of elongated and normal skull, Paracas. Click on image to view larger. 


 
This is a cast we we made from the original at Sr. Juan Navarro's Paracas museum. I believe it is a female and it too has only one parietal plate without a hint of a parietal suture.

Monday, June 10, 2013

How to use cheap technology to boost internet on your home

How to use home plug link to send internet to a desktop far from the modem

-First homeplug link is been connected to the electric jack and from its ethernet port connected with ethernet patch cord to the back of the modem or router
-second homeplug link will be connect to the desktop ,
Today's day plug link send wireless signal that is equal to have a wireless with the easy and peace of mind of less wires around this device,
check video for a guide of how use


http://store.linksys.com/Linksys-Powerline_stcVVcatId554690VVviewcat.htm
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How to use a Netgear 8 port switch to feed internet to more than one equipment at a single location
-internet is been sent here thought a cat5 to the rj45 jack colored in yellow from where it connect the switcher and bring the internet to here ,then from here we can feed up to 7 equipment
At this location we can use it for feed internet as many devices we can
1-Desktop pc
2-Playstaion
3-Xbox
4-dvd player to play netflix
5-smart tv to check app online
6-a magic jack to have a phone services on this part of the house



How to divide  dial tone (one number )to two female port ,blue pair is chosen and punch down on blue ,blue/white
parts needed: punch down impact tool
a female rj45 jack ,this is good to have because it may be useable for dial tone or ethernet jack 

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Draw tutorial for face

Alternative Treatments & Cancer:

Alternative Treatments & Cancer:
On Wednesday's show, health freedom advocate and author Ty Bollinger discussed alternative treatments and approaches against cancer. He believes that cancer rates have greatly increased in the last thirty years due to toxic factors and carcinogens in the environment. Among the factors, he pointed to such things as chemtrails, GMO foods, aspartame, fluoride, and EMF which weren't in our environment decades ago. Bollinger believes these factors have compromised many people's immune systems, making them less able to identify cancer cells and destroy them, as would be done by a normally healthy individual. He cited an alarming statistic from the World Health Organization-- 41% of people alive today will eventually come down with some type of cancer.
 
We're not winning the 'War on Cancer' (declared by Pres. Nixon over 40 years ago), as more people are dying than ever before, and standard treatments like surgery, radiation and chemotherapy have remained largely unchanged over the years. The reason, perhaps, that things have stayed the same is that these standard approaches are extremely lucrative, Bollinger remarked, adding that 'Big Pharma' seeks profits for their medications, while there's an effort to push people away from natural remedies.
 
Breast cancer and prostate cancer could be associated with a lack of exercise, he reported, as exercise stimulates the lymphatic system-- a primary detoxification system in the body. Bollinger recommends jumping on a mini-trampoline for 20 minutes a day, which he says is a great activator for the lymph system. He also commented on cases where parents are forced to agree to chemo treatments for their children when they have cancer, which he considers a usurping of parental rights. For a list of alternative cancer treatments, check out a recap from his 2/1/11 show appearance. 

Sunken Artifacts & Atlantis:
 
First hour guest, author, filmmaker, and teacher Carmen Boulter talked about an underwater discovery of Egyptian period artifacts. Because of a UNESCO regulation, the artifacts must be kept in the sea water they were found in in order to be preserved. The artifacts were from a city called Thonis (Egyptian name) or Heracleion (Greek name), which was submerged by a series of earthquakes, the final one in the 8th century AD. Boulter announced that she's working on a new documentary series called The New Atlantis-- she believes the main land mass of Atlantis (about the size of Texas) was submerged in a location near the Azores, after an asteroid hit in 13,660 BC.

MInd Control Program

Something we see terrible news on tv that someone has lost his mind and has killed several innocent people under weird circumstances. The question here is :Maybe this part of secret mind control program. 

example#1

John Zawahri, 23, Identified as Suspected Santa Monica Shootings Gunman


Surveillance video footage released today shows fearful Santa Monica, Calif., restaurant-goers ducking under tables as a man, whom ABC News has identified as 23-year-old John Zawahri, opens fire outside, part of a shooting rampage in which four people were killed.
"He shot 16 shots," restaurant owner Chedi Abed told ABC Los Angeles affiliate KABC-TV.
In addition, authorities released surveillance camera images of the gunman, whose name has not been officially announced by police, entering the Santa Monica Collegelibrary wielding an assault rifle.
Arezou Zakarai, who was in the library at the time of the shootings, told ABC News she was happy to be alive after the chilling ordeal.
"Three girls ran into the library yelling, 'There's a shooter! He has a gun! Help! Oh no!'" she said. "I got under a table and then there were three consecutive shots."
Santa Monica Police Chief Jacqueline Seabrooks said that once in the library, the gunman allegedly shot at students who barricaded themselves inside a "safe room."
"They stacked items found in the safe room against the door, hunkered down and avoided shots that were fired through the drywall at them as they were in that room," Seabrooks said in a news conference on Saturday.
He allegedly killed four people in what authorities characterized as a deliberate attack before he was gunned down in a shootout with police in the library.
Police said the suspect was wearing a protective vest and carrying so much weaponry he was, in the words of one official, "ready for battle."
"I would presume anytime someone puts on a vest of some sort and has a bag of loaded magazines as an extra receiver, has a handgun and has a semi automatic rifle, carjacks folks, goes to a college, kills more people and has to be neutralized at hands of police -- I would stay that's premeditated," Seabrooks said.
Police confirmed that the suspect would have turned 24 years old on Saturday and that he, along with another family member, had a connection to Santa Monica College.
He was carrying approximately 1,300 rounds of ammunition, in addition to a revolver and a rifle similar to an AR-15 semi-automatic in a duffel bag, Seabrooks said.
Police had responded to an earlier incident involving the suspect in 2006, Seabrooks said, but she could not release anything more about that incident because he was a minor at the time.
On Friday, authorities first responded to a report of shots fired at 11:52 a.m. PT and found a house on fire. Two dead bodies were found inside the home, fire officials said. Authorities said the dead bodies were related to the shooter, but they did not specify how.
Firefighters were able to quickly extinguish the fire in the front room before finding the bodies, which were toward the rear of the house. Authorities told reporters they were still investigating what caused the fire.
A few minutes after noon, Santa Monica authorities started getting calls that a city bus was being hit with gunfire. The suspected gunman had reportedly carjacked a woman at gunpoint and forced her to drive him to Santa Monica College's campus, spraying bullets at nearby vehicles on the route.
Two people riding a city bus sustained minor injuries from the gunfire.
Joe Orcutt told ABC News he came face to face with the shooter.
"When I saw the gun pointing at me, I ducked and heard the bullet whiz by," he said.
According to police, the suspect fired on two people in a Ford Explorer in the campus faculty parking lot. That vehicle later crashed into a block wall.
The driver was killed and the passenger was in critical condition, authorities said. The man killed was confirmed to be 68-year-old Carlos Navarro Franco, a Santa Monica College employee. His daughter, Marcela Franco, 26, who is a student at California State University, Dominguez Hills, remains in critical condition.
California State University, Dominguez Hills president Willie J. Hagan issued a statement on the school's Facebook page asking students to "keep Marcela and her family in your prayers."
The woman, who was forced to drive the shooter to the Santa Monica College campus, was unharmed.
Once on campus, the suspected shooter, who was dressed in all black, opened fire at bystanders, fatally shooting one woman and before he went inside a library on campus, police said. Authorities did not identify the woman who was killed by name, but said she was appeared to be white and in her 50's.
Once in the library, the shooter initially tried to shoot students in a "safe room," according to Seabrooks. But the students were able to barricade the door.
"He continued to shoot at them," Seabrooks said. "The officers came in and directly engaged the suspect, and he was shot and killed on the scene."
Three officers engaged the suspect according to authorities, two from the Santa Monica Police Department and one from Santa Monica College.
While authorities first stated the shootings left as many as six people dead, they later downgraded to five deaths, which included four victims and the shooter himself.
Lewis suggested the initial overcount may have been caused by overlapping witness reports of the same fatalities.
In addition to the dead, at least five people were injured, police said.
The college campus went on lockdown following the shootings as police attempted to secure the scene. Students would be allowed to return for their vehicles Saturday and other belongings Sunday. The campus was expected to reopen Monday morning at 7 a.m.
In 911 calls, the shooter was described as armed with several weapons.
Elsewhere on the campus, a person of interest was taken into custody, then released when his claim not to be involved checked out. According to Lewis, the man found a duffle bag belonging to the suspected shooter that had magazines, a handgun and part of a rile in side. Police temporarily detained him soon after that.
Santa Monica College student Sam Luster was preparing for a presentation in the school's library when he heard gunfire.
"We didn't know what was happening until all the students at the entrance of the library started running down towards the bottom of the library," Luster told ABC News Los Angeles station KABC.
Luster took cover under a desk before moving towards an exit. He said he heard multiple gunshots near the exit.

ABC News' Gillian Mohney, Christina Ng, Michael James, Jack Date and The Associated Press contributed to this report

Chinese baby boy Rescuted after mother flushes him down the Toilet

Why human being are so cruel.I hope God has seen this and bring before her justice.......


Posted: 07 Jun 2013 04:49 AM PDT
Being nursed back to health: The abandoned baby boy is pictured being fed in hospital after firefighters rescued him from a sewage pipe after he was apparently flushed down a toilet in Jinhua, Zhejiang Province
The mother of the newborn baby boy flushed down a toilet in China watched in secret as rescuers dramatically plucked him alive from a sewer pipe.
The 22-year-old woman is believed to have raised the initial alarm but only confessed to police after they searched her rented room and found toys and blood-stained toilet paper, the Chinese state news agency reported.
The two-day-old, 5lb boy has been temporarily named Baby 59 – the number of the incubator in which he lies with a fractured skull and severe bruising.
In scenes captured on video and posted online, firemen desperately sawed away at the four-inch-wide pipe just below a ceiling in which the boy was trapped.
The rescuers then rushed the section of pipe to a hospital, where firemen and doctors alternately used pliers and saws to take it apart.
The infant’s arms were pinned to his side and when the pipe was prised away, he let out a long wail at the Pujiang County People’s Hospital in Jinhua, eastern China. He was still attached to the placenta.
Baby 59’s condition was said to be stable and he should recover. But the incident has succeeded in outraging a country in which brutal acts against youngsters are a common occurrence.
Reunited: The baby boy’s mother – believed to be a 22-year-old single woman – has been found and is said to be with her baby in hospital
Injured: A nurse said the baby boy – who weighs 6.2 pounds – suffered a fracture to his skull but is now in a stable condition
Recovering: The baby boy has been nicknamed number 59 after the number of his incubator
Police initially said they were treating the case of as possible attempted homicide, but it was not immediately clear whether the mother would face any criminal charges.
A police officer said she had hidden her pregnancy and claimed the baby fell into the lavatory after she unexpectedly gave birth. ‘The woman was on the scene during the entire rescue process … and admitted she was the mother when we asked her.’
He said police were still investigating whether she had any ‘malicious intentions’ before deciding on charges.
Harrowing: Firefighters work to free the unwanted baby from the pipe in Pujiang, Zhejiang Province, China
Fight for survival: The newborn baby was rescued by firefighters after being flushed down a toilet
At a public toilet on the fourth floor firefighters were able to hear faint cries and, exploring further, spotted the baby’s foot deep inside the pipe
The single woman, a tenant in the building, told police she could not afford an abortion and secretly delivered the child Saturday afternoon in the toilet.
She said the newborn slipped into the sewer line and that she alerted her landlord of the trapped baby after she could not pull the child out, Zhejiang News said.
The landlord of the building said there were no signs that the birth took place in the restroom and she had not been aware of any recent pregnancies among her tenants.
But the mother told police she cleaned up the toilet after the delivery and that she had managed to hide her pregnancy by wearing loose clothes and tightly wrapping her abdomen.
Unbelievably, the baby survived the ordeal, which saw him having to be cut out of a pipe
Firefighters received a call from a landlady of a block of flats saying that she thought a baby was trapped in a toilet pipe in the building as she had heard it crying
Hundreds of thousands of Chinese people took to Weibo – their version of Twitter – to vent their fury at the mother, believed to be an unmarried 22-year-old.
News of the rescue also prompted an outpouring of help from locals who came to the hospital armed with nappies, baby clothes, powdered milk and even offers to adopt the child.
Nurse Zhang Songhe told the Daily Mail that the mother of the baby was with him in hospital. ‘I don’t know the reason she abandoned the baby.
‘We’re going to take care of the baby. We are not sure when the baby can be discharged.’
She added: ‘When the baby arrived here, he was in critical condition.
‘We suspect he has a fracture in the top right section of his skull. But now everything has been stabilized.’
The firefighters worked quickly to dismantle the pipe and rescue the trapped youngster, who was heard wailing
Firefighters gently carried away the section of pipe that contained the terrified baby
Residents living in a residential building in Jinhua in the wealthy coastal province of Zhejiang reported the sound of a baby crying in the public restroom on Saturday.
The landlord of the building in Pujiang county told Zhejiang News that it was unlikely the birth took place in the restroom because there was no evidence of blood and she was not aware of any recent pregnancies among her tenants.
The baby was stuck in an L-shaped portion of the sewage pipe with a diameter of about 10 centimeters (3 inches).
There are many reports in Chinese media of babies being abandoned, often shortly after birth, making this incident a distressing but common occurrence
Doctors carefully cut around the sewage pipe to rescue the baby boy inside
The video shows rescuers sawing off a section of the pipe along a ceiling that apparently was just below the restroom.
His eyes, face and body were covered in the filth of the pipe.
There are frequent reports in Chinese media of babies being abandoned often shortly after birth, a problem attributed variously to young mothers unaware they were pregnant, the birth of an unwanted girl in a society which puts greater value on boys or China’s strict family planning rules.
The case has been widely discussed on China’s Twitter-like service Sina Weibo due to the graphic nature of the footage, with calls for the parents to be severely punished.
People have angrily reacted to the news, demanding the parents be punished and denouncing their cruel act
The child is in a stable condition and the police are looking for his parents, Chinese state television reported
The abandoned child has been named Baby No 59 from the number of his incubator, according to reports
Nurses treat the baby, who was believed to be only a few days old when he was flushed away
‘The parents who did this have hearts even filthier than that sewage pipe,’ wrote one user.
It was not immediately clear how the baby ended up in the toilet, but police said they were treating the case as an attempted homicide.
The Pujiang county police bureau said on its official microblog account that the boy’s mother has been located and that an investigation is ongoing, but gave no further details.

Friday, June 7, 2013

Kamsky Wins U.S. Championship in Playoff; Karjakin Triumphs in Norway

By ,

It was a busy week in the world of chess, as the U.S Championships were winding down and the Norway Chess tournament had many of the world's top players in action as well. As I mentioned last week, Irina Krush won the U.S. Women's title outright, but the overall Championship was down to a playoff between perennial contender Gata Kamsky and the surprising Alejandro Ramirez. The playoff consisted of two rapid games, and Kamsky had the better of the play in both instances. But after being unable to reach a winning position with the white pieces, Kamsky was then surprised to see Ramirez find a stalemate tactic that allowed him to once again escape with a draw in the second rapid game, meaning we still 

The tournament then came down to an Armageddon game in which one player would take White and need to score a win in order to win the tournament, while the other player would have Black with draw odds. In order to determine the colors, the players essentially bid for Black (and the draw odds) by secretly writing how little time they'd be willing to take as Black against a White player with 45 minutes. Kamsky bid 20 minutes, but Ramirez bid 19:45, giving him the black pieces with a significant time disadvantage. In the end, that may have proved decisive, as Ramirez was down to his increment by the end of the game. Kamsky eventually found himself up three pawns, and despite the best defensive efforts of Ramirez, that proved to be enough to score a win. For more details on the games in the playoff match, check out this report with photos from ChessBase!
Meanwhile, an even bigger event was taking place in Norway, where most of the world's elite met to battle for the Norway Chess title. Sergey Karjakin got out to a blistering fast start, winning his first four games to open up a lead on the field. Not surprisingly, hometown hero Magnus Carlsen was one of the contenders who struck back, beating Karjakin in their individual match to give himself a real chance to catch the leader. But a late loss by Carlsen (to Wang Hao) left him just short at the end, as Karjakin won the tournament with a 6/9 score -- a half-point ahead of Carlsen and Hikaru Nakamura. World Champion Viswanathan Anand was on hand as well (he finished with a solid 5/9 score), but there were no real fireworks in the Anand-Carlsen encounter, which ended in a draw. It would be a surprise to see any spectacular games between them before the World Championship match, as both sides will likely save their best preparation for that encounter.

It's that time again: here's a look at all the new content on the site that you might have missed this month! I have four new articles to share with you, with plenty more coming in June. Here's what was new on the site in May:
  • I added another Top Five Chess Books list, this time focusing on Tactics. This will become a recurring theme, as I'd like to share what I think is the best of my large collection of chess books and help you make purchasing decisions that make sense based on the types of books you're looking for.
  • For mobile users, I've added an article on Chess for Android Devices. Don't worry, Apple fans - articles on the iPhone and iPad are coming soon!
  • If you're looking for free chess programs, you might want to look at this list of the top Free Online Chess Games. Of course, if you have a Windows operating system, you might already have the free Chess Titans program installed and not even know it.
As always, let me know if there's anything specific you want to see on the site in June!

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Drone flies through hoops — guided by brainwaves

Guided by brainwaves, a Parrot quadracopter flew through two orange hoops.

 
University of Minnesota
Guided by brainwaves, a Parrot quadracopter flew through two orange hoops.
You don't need to be Magneto to move a drone with your thoughts — you just need the right kind of headgear. A quadracopter belonging to the University of Minnesota was flown through hoops guided not by a handheld remote control, but by the thoughts of a person sitting nearby.
Five test "pilots" recruited by Bin He's bioengineering lab sat at a desk in a gymnasium wearing a skullcap with 64 electrodes, and took turns individually flying the machine up, down, sideways, and through vibrant orange hoops strung from the ceiling.
The pilots didn't watch the drone. Instead, as if in a video game, they watched a screen to see what the copter saw via a camera installed on the front of the machine. They controlled the direction of flight by thinking about moving their limbs in the direction they wanted the drone to fly. Thinking about clenching the right or left fist turned the copter in that direction. Thinking about clenching both fists made the drone fly up, and thinking about neither made it drop.
Though it isn't the first drone to be flown-by-brain, He, professor of bioengineering, told NBC News that the bird pulled off some pretty slick moves. "It's very precise control," he said. The group reported its findings in a Tuesday issue of the Journal of Neural Engineering.
As a run-up to a trial using a real copter, members of the same research crew demonstrated how subjects wearing a similar brainwave tracker could control a helicopter in a virtual game. But controlling a virtual copter required up to 12 hours of training in a virtual environment. "Some people are much better than others," He said.
Previously, the educational group Puzzlebox has flown orb-shaped copters using an off-the-shelf EEG headset made by the company NeuroSky. NeuroSky also makes those Necomimi cat ears that flop or prick up in tune with your mood swings. (Though the university group has been working on brainwave tracking for some time now, He said he was not familiar with the Puzzlebox technology until recently.) Last year a group from Zhejiang University in China, showed how they used the Emotiv headset to control a quadracopter and even made it compete with a remote-controlled machine.
The long-term goal is to refine the technology so an EEG headset will help guide the movement of prosthetic limbs.
In the past, EEG headsets have been used to move everything from wheelchairs to disembodied cockroach legs. But control is only half the story: after all, the brain's relationship with a limb is a two- way street. Other bioengineering groups are investigating how prosthetic appendages, moved by the brain or nerves, can be responsive, and send back a sense of touch.
Nidhi Subbaraman writes about technology and science. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.

Notorious Zeus banking Trojan is gaining speed on Facebook

Facebook on various screens

Malware known as Zeus that can land on a user's computer and steal that user's bank account information is "remerging with a vengeance" and finding its way onto Facebook. One security firm believes Zeus' reemergence "peaked in May," but is still quite active.
An administrator of Facebook sports fan pages is so upset about it, he's made it his personal mission to try to get the social network to be more aggressive in dealing with Zeus, which has been a longtime threat to computer users, and in more recent years, to some smartphone users.
"Anybody can be anybody on Facebook, and that's what wrong with this; there needs to be a vetting process" of those who are allowed to sign up for the social network and post links to other websites, the administrator, Eric Feinberg told NBC News.
The average person, he says "doesn't know" how to look for such problem links, and he contends there are too many links on the site that are posted by criminals that can lead to downloads of Zeus, or to buying counterfeit goods.
Feinberg, a New York marketing professional, started a website, FAKE — (Fans Against Kounterfeit Enterprise) — to raise awareness of the issue.
Zeus installs itself on a user's computer then lurks, lying in wait. When a user logs on to a banking website, Zeus moves into action, capturing the bank account's username, password and routing information, and any other personal financial information it can locate.
"The notorious info-stealing ZeuS/ZBOT variants are reemerging with a vengeance, with increased activity and a different version of the malware seen this year," wrote Jay Yaneza of Trend Micro, on the security company's blog.
Yaneza said Zeus "surged in the beginning of February," and "peaked during the middle of May."
Feinberg, working with a security expert, Ian Malloy, and others in online "white hat" hacker groups, said they noticed that many of the Facebook links there were problems with had ".tk" extensions on them, signifying the websites' country code as Tokelau, a South Pacific territory, and a domain used by some Eastern European and Russian cybercriminals.
Frederic Wolens, of Facebook Policy Communications, told NBC News that users should always be "careful with suspicious links and always check the domain," saying that users should be aware that a link to a site like "www.Facebook.scarysite.tk is not Facebook," for example, and that they should not click on such links.
Zeus itself, Wolens said "can be found across the Internet, including on Facebook ... if Zeus is spreading using malicious links, these of course can crop up on Facebook." Users can also take advantage of the social network's Scan-and-Repair malware scan (and can learn more here).
Still, Zeus is pernicious, and Facebook is a natural destination because the network has so many users.
"Old threats like [Zeus] can always make a comeback because cybercriminals profit from these," Trend Micro's Yaneza wrote. "Peddling stolen banking and other personal information from users is a lucrative business in the underground market. Plus, these crooks can use your login credentials to initiate transactions in your account without your consent."
That's why it's important to both be careful in "opening email messages or clicking links," he said. "Bookmark trusted sites and avoid visiting unknown ones. Always keep your system up-to-date with the latest security releases from security vendors and install trusted anti-malware protection."