first_imgzoomIllustration. Image Courtesy: Pexels under CC0 Creative Commons license President Trump’s changes to the U.S. Shipping Act would see the Federal Maritime Commission address antitrust issues related to recent consolidation in the maritime industry, according to Holland & Knight partners.Signed into law on December 4, 2018, The Federal Maritime Commission Authorization Act of 2017 marks the first substantive revision to the U.S. Shipping Act since 1998 and provides several of the most significant changes to the Shipping Act since 1984.Namely, the changes are primarily related to antitrust issues regarding a recent wave in maritime industry consolidation and the emergence of ocean carrier alliances.“These changes are expected to help protect marine terminal service providers as well as other U.S. marine equipment and services providers, and to preserve investment in domestic shore-side maritime infrastructure,” Holland & Knight partners said.Enacted in 1916, the Shipping Act confers authority upon the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) to regulate maritime commerce in the U.S. The Shipping Act regulates common carriers (both non-vessel and vessel operating) and marine terminal operators (MTOs) and affords limited antitrust protections to filed agreements among regulated parties.In 2017, Congress began serious efforts to review and amend the Shipping Act to address these changes to the maritime industry, all of which have affected U.S. infrastructure investment. The legislative efforts represent the first step toward bolstering the U.S. maritime industry.The amendments are a part of the Frank LoBiondo Coast Guard Authorization Act of 2018 (S. 140), which authorizes appropriations for the Coast Guard and for the Federal Maritime Commission through Fiscal Year 2019, reauthorizes the Department of Commerce’s hydrographic services program administered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration through Fiscal Year 2023, and provides for the establishment of uniform standards for the management of vessel discharge.last_img read more

first_imgNova Scotia government employees launched their annual United Way fundraising campaign today, Oct. 6. Premier Darrell Dexter, was joined by Duff Montgomerie, deputy minister of Health Promotion and Protection, and Catherine Woodman, campaign CEO, Halifax United Way, to kick-off the campaign at the Halifax Metro Centre. Mr. Montgomerie is this year’s divisional and leadership chair of the provincial campaign. “Nova Scotia government employees work in partnership with the United Way to create positive change within communities,” said Premier Dexter. “Working together allows us to achieve our goals — goals that benefit friends, families, neighbours and communities throughout Nova Scotia.” The United Way campaign is managed by volunteers in each department and agency. The Department of Health Promotion and Protection is the lead department for this year’s campaign. “Our provincial goal this year is to raise $475,000 for the United Way,” said Mr. Montgomerie. “Last year was our most successful workplace campaign ever and I have no doubt that we will exceed our goal again this year.” The launch includes more than 10 sporting organizations to encourage government employees to keep active and to promote healthy living. The money raised will support United Way activities across the province. The provincial government campaign runs until Nov. 30.last_img read more

first_imgAPTN National News“Caribou Legs” is known for trekking across Canada to raise awareness on water protection.He’s at it again.His next run will be from Vancouver to Ottawa to tell the federal government to protect Canada’s fresh water.But first, he led a fun run in his hometown of Yellowknife.APTN’s Iman Kassam was there.last_img

Rabat – Engie, a French electric utility company, focuses on renewable energy in North Africa. In collaboration with Moroccan Nereva Holding, 5 GW and 6 GW power generation projects will be initiated in Morocco.The company has previously installed some renewable energy projects in the Southwest part of Morocco. Though it is the largest wind farm in Africa, it was finished in 2014 and advances in technology have led to significant improvements for future projects.The new installations may help Morocco reach their renewable energy goals by 2020. By that time, government officials plan to make 43 percent of Morocco’s energy renewable. Isabelle Kocher, the CEO of Engie, said, “strong partnerships are at the heart of Engie’s strategy in Africa.” They hope to extend the partnership to companies in Egypt, the Ivory Coast, Senegal, Ghana and Cameroon betweeen 2020 and 2025. read more

The establishment of the group of experts from civil society comes as the landmark Security Council resolution 1325 on the role of women in peace and security marks its tenth anniversary in 2010. The expert group will advise a UN High-Level Steering Committee set up by Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro, which is tasked with enhancing the UN system’s efforts to implement the resolution.Resolution 1325, which was adopted by the Council in 2000, stresses the importance of giving women equal participation and full involvement in peace and security matters and the need to increase their role in decision-making.The steering committee will advise on the organization of a ministerial-level meeting of the Security Council later this year on the issue and provide policy advice on ways to accelerate implementation of the resolution.The civil society expert group that will be advising it will be co-chaired by former Irish President and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson, and Executive Director of Femmes Africa Solidarité, Bineta Diop.“Our advisory group is made up of individuals with long experience in addressing conflict situations,” said Ms. Robinson. “We will be consulting with civil society organizations around the world and looking at a range of possible ways forward, including scaling up resources dedicated to protecting women in times of conflict as well as involving them more in building lasting and just peace.”Other members of the group are: Salim Ahmed Salim (Tanzania), Elisabeth Rehn (Finland), Lahkdar Brahimi (Algeria), Hina Jilani (Pakistan), Sanam Anderlini (Iran/United Kingdom), Thelma Awori (Liberia/Uganda), Swanee Hunt (United States), Sharon Bhagwan-Rolls (Fiji), Susana Villaran De La Puente (Peru), Nyaradzai Gumbonzvanda (Zimbabwe), Zainab Salbi (Iraq/US) and Donald Steinberg (US). 5 March 2010The United Nations has invited a newly established group of independent experts to advise on ways to better protect women in conflict situations, and to ensure that their voices are heard in peace processes and that they are included in post-conflict reconstruction and governance structures. read more

NEW YORK — The latest on developments in financial markets (all times local):9:35 a.m.Stocks are rising on Wall Street early Thursday on indications American consumers continue to spend and embrace online shopping.The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 67 points, a day after dropping 800 points as investors grew more concerned about a slowdown in the global economy. A report showing stronger-than-expected retail sales and a solid profit outlook from Walmart may allay some concerns about the strength of the U.S. economy.Walmart rose 5.5%.The S&P 500 rose 11 points, or 0.4%, to 2,851. The Dow gained 0.3%, to 25,543. The Nasdaq rose 0.2% to 7,788.The yield on 10-year Treasury slipped slightly to 1.57% following a sharp decline Wednesday.The Associated Press

“I have emphasized to my interlocutors the need for the Maldives to resume political dialogue at all levels, promote messages of moderation and respect, and implement without delay institutional reforms,” Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs Oscar Fernandez-Taranco said at a press conference in the capital, Malé.Mr. Fernandez-Taranco was last in the Maldives in February at the height of the political crisis following the resignation of the then-President Mohammed Nasheed, who was succeeded by his former deputy, Mohammed Waheed Hassan. The Government set up a National Commission of Inquiry to probe the events leading to the regime change, with the Commission presenting its findings in August.“Throughout this period, the UN has worked very closely with all actors to promote dialogue, and has remained actively engaged in promoting equitable development, inclusive democratic processes and human rights through the broad range of programmes of the UN agencies in the Maldives,” said Mr. Fernandez-Taranco.He said he observed that “some degree of calm and order” has returned to the society but there is still concern about recent incidents of violence, and complaints about police conduct. “The recommendations of the Commission of National Inquiry offer an important opportunity to address major underlying challenges to the country’s democratic consolidation.”The integrated UN needs assessment mission, which is in response to a formal request from the Government, looked at a number of issues, including the risks and benefits of the UN providing electoral assistance, current and planned assistance by other organizations, as well as the potential for election-related violence.“If the recommendation is to provide assistance, this mission also recommends the type of assistance that should be provided,” said Mr. Fernandez-Taranco, adding that a small group of electoral experts will stay behind for a few days to complete the assessment.“I have stressed that the next elections should be not only free, fair and credible, but also peaceful and inclusive,” he stated. “I have also made it clear to all that elections by themselves are not a solution – the solution to political problems must be one generated by national actors through political dialogue and supported by the people.”Multi-party presidential elections were held in the Maldives for the first time in 2008, ending 30 years of one-party rule. read more

first_imgSecrecy in family courts could be allowing judges to get away with mistakes, the most senior family judge in England and Wales has said. Speaking at an event on Tuesday evening, Sir James Munby, president of the high court’s family division, said that judges were “grotesquely overworked” and “tired” and so more likely to make errors. He said more openness would allow journalists and the public to scrutinise their decisions.Judges should not be “immune from criticism” and that journalists should be able to argue that “the whole thing is flawed, the premises are all wrong, the facts are all wrong” if they think the judge has erred, he added”The simple fact is that at present journalists can’t do that without access to the evidence and without reporting what went on in court and saying well, this judge seems to be listening to a different witness than I, and the impression I got from listening to this witness was X,Y,Z and the judge says A,B,C. So I think there are very real problems there,” he said.”We’ve got to be much more honest about this, and if we are honest about it, things go wrong.”Most family court hearings are heard in private but accredited journalists are allowed in unless specifically excluded.However, there are restrictions on what can be reported and whether they have access to documents. Sir James added that he often felt that families did not understand what had happened during court proceedings. “I have a terrible feeling that if you actually stopped some of the parents in these care cases as they were going out of court at the end and you asked them what was going on, what’s been happening, what’s the answer, they’d be unable to explain. “And that is an indictment of our system, not of them,” he said. Sir James made the comments at a lecture about social media and the family courts, organised by the Family Justice Council and given by journalist Louise Tickle in memory of Bridget Lindley, an influential family lawyer and expert who died in 2016. The new Lord Chief Justice, Lord Burnett of Maldon, who was appointed last year, has also said that one of his priorities is to improve transparency of the courts to help people understand them better.  Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

first_imgVector Fleet Management has developed new, customized mobile apps to facilitate and improve its internal tracking systems. The apps address two core areas of business operations: fleet inspections and fuel operations. Timely workflow is vital to success in fleet maintenance and the fast Mobile Inspection System lets fleet technicians and inspectors improve data entry, download and upload synch times, locate records and add attachments (like high-resolution photographs) to inspection documents via an intuitive, custom-designed user interface.Dynamic, easy-to-read graphics guide inspectors as they follow procedures to track, record and address the condition of the brake system, engine compartment, wheels and tyres, power steering, coolant as well as interior and exterior physical appearance. The app not only facilitates the inspection process, but it also helps to improve safety by identifying any problems early.Fuel technicians benefit from the Mobile Fuel System that enhances tracking. Now fuel technicians can use the vigorous, user-friendly app to scan barcodes, document fuel transactions and take real-time, high-resolution photos to record road conditions and any damages to equipment.The development of both mobile applications uses a holistic approach to fleet management to increase functionality of tracking systems. Not only do the mobile apps improve workflow and aid in onsite problem solving and work management for employees on the road, but they are also designed to quickly send reliable data to internal managers at corporate headquarters. Now these managers are better able to respond to the daily, variable conditions that can impact the delivery chain.last_img read more

first_imgSELLAFIELD HAS CONFIRMED that the higher radioactivity detected by one of the site’s in-air monitors overnight was actually “naturally occurring background radon”.The nuclear power plant said this is not attributable to any issue of problem with an operations on the site.“Our in-air monitors are extremely sensitive and pick up on any abnormality,” it said in a statement. “Overnight the monitoring system initially indicated elevated levels of activity. Following investigation and analysis, we can now confirm these levels to be naturally occurring background radon.”This morning all non-essential staff at the site were asked not to report to work because of the elevated radiation levels. All of our plants and storage facilities were quickly confirmed as operating normally, and we were always confident that the issue posed no risk to the workforce or public because the levels being detected, whilst above background radiation levels, were still low.Standard weekend working operations will now continue with day staff returning on Monday as normal.Read: Sellafield says there is ‘no risk to public’ because of elevated radiation levels>Related: Sellafield facilities “do not meet modern standards” – UK nuclear watchdoglast_img read more

first_imgBattle Ground – Battle Ground Public Schools invites the public and parents on a tour of the district’s Career and Technical Education classes next month.Visitors will see three schools, Battle Ground High School, Prairie High School and the Center for Agriculture, Science and Environmental Education. The tour will feature programs including welding, culinary arts, early childhood education, video game design and agriculture.The tour runs from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on March 3. It will begin at Battle Ground High School and end at CASEE. Transportation between campuses is provided. RSVP by Feb. 23 by calling 360-885-5359 or emailing adams.kathy@battlegroundps.org.last_img

first_img NASA selects UMD-led proposal to upgrade lunar instruments placed by Apollo missions This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Explore further Citation: Alternative theory of gravity explains large structure formation — without dark matter (2006, December 14) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2006-12-alternative-theory-gravity-large-formation.html In the standard theory of gravity—general relativity—dark matter plays a vital role, explaining many observations that the standard theory cannot explain by itself. But for 70 years, cosmologists have never observed dark matter, and the lack of direct observation has created skepticism about what is really out there.center_img Lately, some scientists have turned the question around, from “is dark matter correct?” to “is our standard theory of gravity correct?” Most recently, Fermilab scientists Scott Dodelson and former Brinson Fellow Michele Liguori demonstrated one of the first pieces of theoretical evidence that an alternative theory of gravity can explain the large scale structure of the universe. “To definitively claim that dark matter is the answer, we need to find it,” Dodelson explained to PhysOrg.com. “We can do this in one of three ways: produce it in the lab (which might happen at Fermilab, the soon-to-start LHC, or ultimately the International Linear Collider), see a pair of dark matter particles annihilate and produce high energy photons (there are about a half dozen experiments designed to look for this), or see a dark matter particle bump a nucleus in a large underground detector (again, about 10 experiments are looking for this). Until one or more of these things happen, skeptics are still allowed. … After they happen, skeptics will become crackpots.”Although cosmologists have never directly observed dark matter, they have many good reasons for not giving up hope. The ways that galaxies rotate and starlight bends (gravitational lensing) stray from predictions based on visible matter. Further, the formation of large cosmic structures (such as galaxies and galaxy clusters) would have required significantly large matter perturbations when the Universe was less than a million years old that simply don’t exist in a theory of general relativity before “tacking on” dark matter.“It is extremely important to see how well a no-dark-matter cosmology does,” said Dodelson. “[In the standard theory,] we are asking the community to believe in the existence of a particle that has never been seen. We have to be damned sure that you can’t explain the universe without this huge leap. Our Figure 1 [see citation below] illustrates that, in standard gravity, a no-dark-matter model does not do well at all.”While altering the theory of gravity may seem like pulling the rug out from under a century of observations and pain-staking calculations, an alternative theory may simply be “more correct” than today’s standard theory. Just as Einstein’s theory was “more correct” than Newton’s because it improved upon the older one by noticing more specific details (e.g. extraordinary masses and speeds), a new alternative theory may only drastically change gravity at certain scales. The light from galaxies in the background has been warped and “arced” by the galaxy cluster Abell 1689 in the foreground, and perhaps with some help by either dark matter or a stronger type of gravity on this large scale. Image Source: NASA, N. Benitez (JHU), T. Broadhurst (Racah Institute of Physics/The Hebrew University), H. Ford (JHU), M. Clampin (STScI),G. Hartig (STScI), G. Illingworth (UCO/Lick Observatory), the ACS Science Team and ESA. “Perhaps a fundamental theory of gravity which differs from general relativity on large scales can explain the observations without recourse to new, unobserved particles,” wrote Dodelson and Liguori in their study published in Physical Review Letters. “Now more than ever before, there are very good reasons to explore this idea of modifying gravity. For, the case of dark energy also hinges on the assumption that general relativity describes gravity on larges scales. Dark energy is even more difficult to explain than dark matter, so it seems almost natural to look at gravity as the culprit in both cases.”The new theory (or groundwork for it) under investigation would be Jacob Bekenstein’s relativistic covariant theory of gravity (TeVeS), published in 2004. Bekenstein based his theory on a modified version of Newtonian theory from the early ‘80s, dependent on gravitational acceleration and called modified Newtonian dynamics (MOND) by its founder, Mordecai Milgrom. “MOND, the original theory on which TeVeS is based, was already quite successful at explaining galactic dynamics (even better, in some cases, than the dark matter paradigm), but it failed completely at explaining other observations—gravitational lensing in particular,” explained Liguori. “For this reason, it couldn’t be considered a real alternative to dark matter. Bekenstein’s theory, by generalizing MOND, retains its good features while overcoming its main problems at the same time. This makes TeVeS a much more interesting theory than MOND. It is then worthwhile (and necessary) to test TeVeS’ predictions in detail and compare them to the standard dark matter paradigm to see if TeVeS can be a viable alternative.”Dodelson and Liguori find Bekenstein’s theory intriguing in this context because, for one, the gravitational acceleration scale in the theory is very close to that required for the observed acceleration of the Universe. The scale is also very similar to that proposed in “post hoc” theories such as dark energy. Even more interesting is the fact that the origins of Bekenstein’s theory had nothing to do with cosmic acceleration. But the feature of Bekenstein’s theory that Dodelson and Liguori focus on most is that the theory—unlike standard general relativity—allows for fast growth of density perturbations arising from small inhomogeneities during recombination. Building on this finding from scientists Skordis et al. earlier this year, Dodelson and Liguori have found which aspect of the theory actually causes the enhanced growth—the part that may solve the cosmological structure problem.The pair has discovered that, while Bekenstein’s theory has three functions which characterize space-time—a tensor, vector and scalar (TeVeS)—it’s the perturbations in the vector field that are key to the enhanced growth. General relativity describes space-time with only a tensor (the metric), so it does not include these vector perturbations.“The vector field solves only the enhanced growth problem,” said Dodelson. “It does so by exploiting a little-known fact about gravity. In our solar system or galaxy, when we attack the problem of gravity, we solve the equation for the Newtonian potential. Actually, there are two potentials that characterize gravity: the one usually called the Newtonian potential and the perturbation to the curvature of space. These two potentials are almost always very nearly equal to one another, so it is not usually necessary to distinguish them. “In the case of TeVeS, the vector field sources the difference between the two,” he continued. “As it begins to grow, the difference between the two potentials grows as well. This is ultimately what drives the overdense regions to accrete more matter than in standard general relativity. The quite remarkable thing about this growth is that Bekenstein introduced the vector field for his own completely independent reasons. As he remarked to me, ‘Sometimes theories are smarter than their creators.’”Dodelson and Liguori see this solution to large structure formation as an important step for a gravity theory based on baryon-only matter. Other problems that their theory (or any alternative theory) will have to confront include accounting for the mismatch in galaxy clusters between mass and light. Also, the theory must conform to at least two observations: the galaxy power spectrum on large scales, and the cosmic microwave background fluctuations, which correspond to baby galaxies and galaxy clusters. “As Scott says, until dark matter will be observed, skeptics will be allowed,” said Liguori. “Despite the many and impressive successes of the dark matter paradigm, which make it very likely to be correct, we still don’t have any final and definitive answer. In light of this, it is important to keep an eye open for possible alternative explanations. Even when, after the analysis, alternative theories turn out to be wrong, the result is still important, as it strengthen the evidence for dark matter as the only possible explanation of observations.”Citation: Dodelson, Scott and Liguori, Michele. “Can Cosmic Structure Form without Dark Matter?” Physical Review Letters 97, 231301 (2006).By Lisa Zyga, Copyright 2006 PhysOrg.comlast_img read more

first_imgKolkata: Following a series of complaints from commuters, the state Transport department will soon put a cap on the surge fare in the app-based cab services provided by aggregators like Ola and Uber.The state Transport department has written a letter to these two aggregators urging them to submit a report of their policy regarding fixation of surge prices. They have been also instructed to have a basic minimum fare similar to that of yellow cabs and put them in the public domain. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flights”There has been a lot of complaints about high charging particularly during natural calamities when distressed commuters need maximum humanitarian support. We have sought a reply on what prompts them to charge in an arbitrary manner and have made it clear to them that such actions will not be entertained. They have been directed to submit a report in this regard in a fortnight,” a senior official of the Transport department said. The department has also instructed the aggregators to have a system in place so that a passenger does not need to dole out more than the agreed fare that is displayed to him/her at the time of boarding a cab. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedIt may be mentioned that random checks by the Transport department in different areas at different times, particularly during rain and storms, have shown sky-high rates. “Surge price can’t be elastic beyond the limit. There are chances of manipulating the situation by going off the system collectively to create a massive demand-supply gap and engineer a surge pricing. This is not desirable,” the official maintained. “Surge pricing is not always transparent and difficult to explain. Having a maximum cap on surge pricing to the extent of 2.5-3 times may be logical as it will help protect the interest of both the operator and the consumer. It is not very difficult to implement as their technology is great,” the senior official pointed out. Earlier in a meeting with the department, the aggregators had claimed that the surge price is calculated by an algorithm when there is a demand-supply mismatch. If the demand is more than the supply, the fare rises. “However, we have found that there is a mismatch between their claims and the real situation,” the official said.last_img read more

first_imgThe Latest: 4 roll out new sports bet lines in New Jersey by The Associated Press Posted Sep 6, 2018 4:17 pm PDT Last Updated Sep 6, 2018 at 6:00 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – The Latest on New Jersey’s expanding sports betting market (all times local):8:45 p.m.Caesars casino has launched its online sports betting operation.The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement said earlier Thursday afternoon that Caesars had launched its online sports betting operation, but the casino did not actually begin it for several hours afterward.Caesars is one of four gambling companies that either started or announced plans for sports betting in New Jersey’s rapidly growing market on the day the National Football League season began.___7:15 p.m.Caesars casino says it has received approval to launch online sports betting but has not yet actually done so.The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement said earlier Thursday afternoon that Caesars had launched its online sports betting operation.A spokeswoman for Caesars Entertainment says the online launch is expected soon but could not give a firm time for it.Caesars is one of four gambling companies that either started or announced plans for sports betting in New Jersey’s rapidly growing market on the day the National Football League season began.___6:25 p.m.The Caesars and Tropicana casinos are joining New Jersey’s growing sports betting market, and FanDuel’s mobile betting app has gone live.And William Hill US is expected to do so on Friday with its casino and racetrack partners.The Tropicana announced Thursday it has reached a deal with William Hill Race & Sports Book to offer sports betting in the near future.No timetable was given for the launch.Hours later, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement said Caesars began online and mobile sports betting, a surprising move for a casino that had not said anything about sports betting plans.The FanDuel sports betting app also went live Thursday.New Jersey gambling outlets took in $40.6 million in sports wagers in July, the first full month it was legal.last_img read more

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