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american army bridge builder


enough with army truck and truck trailer games? now jump in to the new concept and build a temporary bridge in american army bridge builder. you are a crew member of your battalion and have to lead your cargo to other side of the river. as a construction team member you have to construct bridge over a running river for military purposes. once all the soldiers crossed the water body safely, this can be revamped easily. you can call this a floating bridge. as a player in this game, you will feel yourself like a soldier. these drills have been a regular part during your training days but now you have to actually do this for a specific operational purposes. because of this new game concept, this will be the best simulation game for you in 2016. this is a combo of multiple things, you have t






hummingbird egg gets in way of upgrades to california bridge


san francisco — a tiny unborn hummingbird is getting in the way of a big bridge project in the san francisco bay area.the discovery of a nest and egg in a tree is stalling the start of upgrades on the richmond-san rafael bridge about 30 miles north of san francisco, officials said tuesday.the species, anna's hummingbird, is protected under the migratory bird treaty act that forbids the removal of the egg and offers other protections to birds.the nest — about half the size of a fist — was discovered about a week ago when work was set to begin.it was found on the richmond side of the $70 million bridge project, in one of about two dozen trees that were to be removed to widen the freeway, officials said.under the protection act, the tree must stay put until the hummingbird baby is gone.the go






cyclist clings to bridge after race crash


this is every cyclist's worst nightmare. not just the crash part, because yes that's terrible, but the crash happening on a bridge. watch the guy in blue––he got super lucky. the post cyclist clings to bridge after race crash appeared first on holy kaw!.






here are some things chelsea’s proposed new stadium resembles


chelsea just received permission to tear down stamford bridge and build a m ive new stadium, according to this report from the .stamford bridge appears fairly modern, having been renovated in the ’90s, but it’s actually quite old, having been around since the late 19th-century. but progress and the promise of m ive revenue increases stop for no man, so here we are, with the local authorities granting permission to tear down the old stadium in favor of something new:chelsea football club have been given permission by the local council to build a new £500m 60,000-seat stadium. hammersmith and fulham council’s planning committee have backed plans to demolish the current 41,600-capacity stamford bridge stadium. the plans include a walkway from the nearby district line station.“we are grateful






ban lorries from using car -navs, say councils


image copyrightnorthants policeimage caption last year, a lorry be e t ped under a low railway bridge in northamptonshire lorry drivers should be banned from using -navs specifically designed for cars, council chiefs have said.the local government ociation (lga) wants legislation brought in to make sure lorry drivers in england and wales use a gps system suitable for hgvs.it wants councils to have the power to ensure drivers avoid routes where they exceed the weight or height limit.on monday, a lorry crashed into a bridge near birmingham, ripping the roof of its trailer off.calls to change navigation systems come after a number of lorries have got stuck in narrow roads or under low bridges.in september last year a lorry was driven over a bridge in marlow, buckinghamshire, causing it to be






ban lorries from using car -navs, say councils


image copyrightnorthants policeimage caption last year, a lorry be e t ped under a low railway bridge in northamptonshire lorry drivers should be banned from using -navs specifically designed for cars, council chiefs have said.the local government ociation (lga) wants legislation brought in to make sure lorry drivers in england and wales use a gps system suitable for hgvs.it wants councils to have the power to ensure drivers avoid routes where they exceed the weight or height limit.on monday, a lorry crashed into a bridge near birmingham, ripping the roof of its trailer off.calls to change navigation systems come after a number of lorries have got stuck in narrow roads or under low bridges.in september last year a lorry was driven over a bridge in marlow, buckinghamshire, causing it to be






hummingbird nest halts upgrades on bay area bridge


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ex-coach 'kit' carson bailed in historical abuse probe


image copyrightkit carsonimage caption michael "kit" carson has worked as a coach and scout for a number of clubs a former football coach and scout arrested as part of an investigation into allegations of abuse in the sport has been freed on bail.michael sean carson, 74, and known as kit, from bridge, was detained on friday on suspicion of indecency with children and indecent ault.he has worked for clubs including peterborough united, bridge united and norwich city.police said a man in his 70s arrested on friday was bailed until 6 march.






ex-coach 'kit' carson bailed in historical abuse probe


image copyrightkit carsonimage caption michael "kit" carson has worked as a coach and scout for a number of clubs a former football coach and scout arrested as part of an investigation into allegations of abuse in the sport has been freed on bail.michael sean carson, 74, and known as kit, from bridge, was detained on friday on suspicion of indecency with children and indecent ault.he has worked for clubs including peterborough united, bridge united and norwich city.police said a man in his 70s arrested on friday was bailed until 6 march.






tab selects 58 projects for federal funding


projects ranging from roadway expansions and new overp es to bridge repair and trail and transit improvements are among 58 projects the transportation advisory board (tab) has recommended to get portions of $208 million in federal funding. local funding totaling $205 million also would also be used to complete the projects.the projects in 45 different townships and communities across the seven-county metropolitan area were chosen from applications submitted through the regional solicitation process. that process, conducted every two years, allocates federal transportation funds to locally-initiated projects to meet regional transportation needs.tab, which advises the metropolitan council, has on its list reconstruction of interchanges at hwy. 252 and 66th avenue n. in brooklyn center, the






gov. chris christie won't face misconduct charge in bridge scandal


newark, n.j. – new jersey gov. chris christie won’t be charged with official misconduct over his role in the politically motivated traffic jams near the george washington bridge in 2013, a county prosecutor decided.the bergen county prosecutor’s office said in a letter that it wouldn’t pursue a citizen’s complaint for a “simple, but compelling” reason — the “charge cannot be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.”bill brennan, a retired firefighter, claimed that christie should have done more to stop the traffic jams that led to convictions of three of the governor’s allies in federal court.brennan filed a citizen’s complaint in the middle of the trial of two christie allies last fall, leading a municipal judge, roy mcgeady, to say that probable cause existed for the county prosecutor’s office






water main break causing road closures in the highlands – the denver post


a water main break at 15th and platte streets has flooded roads in the highland neighborhood, pooling down to southbound interstate 25 under the 15th street bridge.the denver fire department said several vehicles are stuck but have no one inside.west 29th avenue is closed from zuni to umatilla streets along with the area surrounding the break, according to police.






water main break causing road closures in the highlands – the denver post


a water main break at  west 29th avenue and zuni street has flooded roads in the highland neighborhood, pooling down to southbound interstate 25 under the 15th street bridge.the denver fire department said several vehicles are stuck but have no one inside.west 29th avenue is closed from zuni to umatilla streets along with the area surrounding the break, according to police.






st vipower smart finder


explore the st vipower product portfolio and find the right device for your automotive application using the smart or the parametric search engine. it is enough to select just a few parameters related to the specific application, like nominal voltage (12v for automotive cars or 24v for trucks), topology (high/low-side switch or h-bridge), number of channels and type of loads (bulbs, motors, etc. ) you need to drive. the selection can be furthermore restricted by setting source type (dc or pwm), temperature of the environment and pcb type.






shooting leaves 4 hurt in crystal; 3 arrested


crystal police are investigating gunfire that occurred outside a gas station early monday that left four people injured.three men and a juvenile were hurt in the shooting near a holiday gas station shortly after 1 a.m. at county road 81 and wilshire boulevard, police said.officers found the victims with guns wounds on a nearby bridge, according to an audio recording on the police clips facebook page.three victims were expected to be released from the hospital.one victim was still being treated, police said in a news release.police arrested three suspects shortly after the shooting.tim harlow






shooting leaves 4 hurt in crystal; 3 arrested


crystal police have the intersection of county road 81 and wilshire boulevard closed as they continue to investigate a shooting outside a gas station early monday that left four people injured.three men and a juvenile were hurt in the shooting that occurred near a holiday gas station shortly after 1 a.m., police said.officers found the victims with guns wounds on a nearby bridge, according to an audio recording on the police clips facebook page.three of the victims are expected to be released from the hospital shortly, while one victim is still being treated, police said in a news release.police arrested three suspects shortly after the shooting.






shooting leaves 4 hurt in crystal; 3 arrested


crystal police recently reopened the intersection of county road 81 and wilshire boulevard, which had been closed for several hours as they investigated a shooting outside a gas station early monday that left four people injured.three men and a juvenile were hurt in the shooting that occurred near a holiday gas station shortly after 1 a.m., police said.officers found the victims with guns wounds on a nearby bridge, according to an audio recording on the police clips facebook page.three of the victims are expected to be released from the hospital shortly, while one victim is still being treated, police said in a news release.police arrested three suspects shortly after the shooting.






games, crafts, other activities may safeguard aging brain


by lindsey tannerchicago (ap) — even in your 70s and beyond, simple activities including web-surfing, playing bridge and socializing can stave off mental decline, new research says.benefits were greatest in computer users and in those without a gene variation linked with alzheimer’s disease. but even among seniors with that trait, mental decline that sometimes precedes dementia was less common among those who engaged in mind-stimulating activities.the results don’t apply to costly, computer-based games that purport to keep the brain sharp — those were not studied. the benefits were found from activities that many seniors have access to.“they don’t have to spend their life savings” on fancy gadgets, said dr. yonas geda, the study’s senior author and a neurologist at the mayo clinic’s scotts






henry kissinger to speak at harvard's kennedy school


bridge, m . — former republican secretary of state henry kissinger will speak at a forum at harvard university's kennedy school of government this week."a conver ion with henry kissinger" will be held thursday at 6 p.m. the event will be moderated by graham allison, director of the belfer center for science and international affairs at harvard.kissinger was a national security adviser and secretary of state during the nixon and ford administrations. he is now chairman of kissinger ociates, an international consulting firm.he graduated from harvard college in 1950 and received master's and ph.d. degrees from harvard university in 1952 and 1954. he was a member of the harvard faculty from 1954 to 1969.






pc specs revealed for 'ghost recon: wildlands' closed beta


ubisoft published the hardware requirements for the ghost recon: wildlands closed beta running from february 3 - 6. if you're keen to experience the next installment in the series a little early, you'll want to make sure your pc meets these minimum spec requirements, and fast.these specs are just for the beta and might change before the game's official release on march 7. given the short time between this beta and the launch data, however, there probably won't be any drastic changes unless players encounter m ive performance issues during next week's testing.ghost recon: wildlands closed betaminimumrecommendedcpuintel core i5-2400s (sandy bridge, 2.5 ghz) amd fx-4320 (vishera, 4.0 ghz)intel core i7-3770 (ivy bridge, 3.4 ghz) amd fx-8350 (vishera, 4.0 ghz)gpunvidia geforce gtx 660 amd radeo






'fences' costar mykelti williamson on how to bridge a divided culture


veteran actor mykelti williamson ("heat," "forrest gump") is part of the "fences" ensemble that actor-director denzel washington embled. he stopped to chat while on the sag awards red carpet. what's an "alternative fact" you've heard about hollywood? "that the check is in the mail. it’s probably not." where are we right now with the #oscarssowhite conver ion? are we making any real progress? "i think we always will have it. i think the reason we keep having to blow the trumpet [is because] people get busy with their own stuff ... that they can’t think about it. as long as we keep blowing the trumpet, it will be at the forefront of their minds. because out of sight, out of mind." is it hard being at an awards show with all this political uncertainty going on right now? "there’s alway






joan viau missing: nyc mom found stabbed to death behind wall, report says


new york — a new york city woman who had been missing since jan. 23 was found stabbed to death on urday, reports local news site dnainfo.joan viau, 52, was last seen alive when she took her 31-year-old son, joseph garcia, for a doctor’s appointment at a va facility in the bronx.garcia was arrested friday and charged with grand larceny for allegedly using his mother’s credit card after she went missing, reports cbs new york. days after her disappearance, blood was found inside viau’s bedroom and her car, police said.  on urday afternoon around 1:30 p.m., police in northern manhattan were called after viau’s body was found behind a wall near the george washington bridge, about five miles from the va facility.charges have not been filed in connection with viau’s death, and police have not sai






water main break causing road closures in the highlands – the denver post


a water main break at  west 29th avenue and zuni street has flooded roads in the highland neighborhood, pooling down to southbound interstate 25 under the 15th street bridge.the denver fire department said several vehicles are stuck but have no one inside.west 29th avenue is closed from zuni to umatilla streets along with the area surrounding the break, according to police.danika worthington, the denver posta large water main break left a large hole on 29th street, from which some water is still draining, urday, jan. 29, 2017.






alter bridge capture the zeitgeist on new album, the last hero


“it would be really nice if people could come together and unify a little more. we’re very polarized right now.”the ability to be both timely and timeless with one’s is not an easy feat for any recording artist to accomplish. but modern hard-rock icons alter bridge were able to hit upon that mystical balance just as they commenced the writing process for their current release, the last hero, almost a year ago.“when we were putting the record together early last year, one of the things i thought about lyrically was whether any of it would continue to resonate once the election process was over,” vocalist/guitarist myles kennedy admitted to digital trends. “i feel like, in some ways, it’s only been amplified, you know? we’re definitely not taking sides here — we’re reflecting the general fru






should you look for an alternative to apple’s airplay?


a reader sees apple’s direction moving far away from airplay, once a key a ntage of its various oses and networking systems. dave macaulay is an extensive user: i use airplay to stream from my imac’s itunes library. the imac has an airport extreme router sending wifi to three airport express routers. one airport express is fairly new, while two are an older, original design. each airport express is connected to an audio receiver or to a bose wave radio. i also have an 4th generation apple tv connected to one audio receiver. dave took the recent reports that apple had apparently disbanded the airport product team as a sign that airplay might be on the way out, and wonders what to do when his routers die. idg airfoil (shown here for macos) provides both a supplement and alternative to ai






flu outbreak shuts three hospital wards at addenbrooke's hospital


image caption influenza is a virus so cannot be treated with antibiotics and in most cases it will run its course, the hospital said three wards have been shut and 64 patients are ill following an outbreak of flu at a hospital.addenbrooke's hospital in bridge says flu is affecting patients as well as those in public areas and has urged people to stay away. "the hospital is full and we're struggling to cope. some patients have had to be diverted to other hospitals."we have high numbers of people with flu across the hospital," medical director dr jag ahluwalia said."for coughs, colds and flu-like illnesses, people are better off at home, resting and drinking plenty of fluids," dr ahluwalia added."we need people to stay away from the hospital and ask themselves - do you need to be here?" infl






flu outbreak shuts three hospital wards at addenbrooke's hospital


image caption influenza is a virus so cannot be treated with antibiotics and in most cases it will run its course, the hospital said three wards have been shut and 64 patients are ill following an outbreak of flu at a hospital.addenbrooke's hospital in bridge says flu is affecting patients as well as those in public areas and has urged people to stay away. "the hospital is full and we're struggling to cope. some patients have had to be diverted to other hospitals."we have high numbers of people with flu across the hospital," medical director dr jag ahluwalia said."for coughs, colds and flu-like illnesses, people are better off at home, resting and drinking plenty of fluids," dr ahluwalia added."we need people to stay away from the hospital and ask themselves - do you need to be here?" infl






a child livestreams her suicide, and the trolls laugh


facebook is an easy target, but it is not the web service whose behavior is appalling here. it is, rather, the ordinary people, the everyday janes and joes who could have acted to save this troubled child, but did not.a few thoughts on the lonely death of naika venant.as you may have heard, naika, a miami teenager, hanged herself in the dark hours of a sunday morning. she did this live on facebook. we’ll likely never know why she chose to do it that way. perhaps she felt invisible.her self-destruction drew attention, all right, but surely not the kind she wanted. to read the report by the miami herald’s carol marbin miller and alex harris is to cringe with disgust:“a thousand people watched for nearly an hour as naika venant prepared to kill herself. they kept watching for another hour as






inspiring science: building thailand's future |


thailand has seen remarkable social and economic progress over the last four decades.thirty years ago, 67 percent of the population lived below the poverty line; by 2014, that number had dropped to 11 percent.what i'd like to see is knowledge of science being developed in thailand. children and adults should learn and understand the nature of science. to see that science is important and it's all around us.kanchulee punyain, officer at thailand's ministry of educationthe country spends around 20 percent of its national budget on education, making it one of the highest spenders in the world. however, its international ranking in science and maths education is in the bottom quarter.science, technology, engineering and maths have now become a government priority.kanchulee punyain, a ministry






scientists find 'oldest human ancestor'


image copyright bridge universityimage caption artist’s reconstruction of saccorhytus coronarius, based on the original fossil finds. the actual creature was probably no more than a millimetre in size researchers have discovered the earliest known ancestor of humans - along with a vast range of other species. they say that fossilised traces of the 540-million-year-old creature are "exquisitely well preserved".the microscopic sea animal is the earliest known step on the evolutionary path that led to fish and - eventually - to humans.details of the discovery from central china appear in nature journal.the research team says that saccorhytus is the most primitive example of a category of animals called "deuterostomes" which are common ancestors of a broad range of species, including vertebrat






scientists find 'oldest human ancestor'


image copyright bridge universityimage caption artist’s reconstruction of saccorhytus coronarius, based on the original fossil finds. the actual creature was probably no more than a millimetre in size researchers have discovered the earliest known ancestor of humans - along with a vast range of other species. they say that fossilised traces of the 540-million-year-old creature are "exquisitely well preserved".the microscopic sea animal is the earliest known step on the evolutionary path that led to fish and - eventually - to humans.details of the discovery from central china appear in nature journal.the research team says that saccorhytus is the most primitive example of a category of animals called "deuterostomes" which are common ancestors of a broad range of species, including vertebrat






scientists find 'oldest human ancestor'


image copyright bridge universityimage caption artist’s reconstruction of saccorhytus coronarius, based on the original fossil finds. the actual creature was probably no more than a millimetre in size researchers have discovered the earliest known ancestor of humans - along with a vast range of other species. they say that fossilised traces of the 540-million-year-old creature are "exquisitely well preserved".the microscopic sea animal is the earliest known step on the evolutionary path that led to fish and - eventually - to humans.details of the discovery from central china appear in nature journal.the research team says that saccorhytus is the most primitive example of a category of animals called "deuterostomes" which are common ancestors of a broad range of species, including vertebrat






medicare disciplines fairview over patient runaway


federal regulators declared a state of “immediate jeopardy” at the university of minnesota medical center last month because the hospital allowed a 13-year-old boy diagnosed with bipolar disorder to run away from one of its psychiatric wards two days after a suicide attempt.fairview tightened security practices following the dec. 5 incident, according to a medicare inspection report released this week, but the boy’s parents remain upset about the boy’s escape and other hospital missteps they say endangered their son.“just problem after problem after problem,” said ryan jancik, a longtime boyfriend of the boy’s mother who has power of attorney over the child’s care.the boy disappeared when a the ist took him and other patients out of the hospital’s locked pediatric psychiatric unit to go fo






6 killed, 8 injured by gunmen at quebec city mosque


quebec police confirmed in a news briefing that six people had been killed and eight injured, some seriously, in a m shooting sunday night at a mosque in suburban quebec city as worshipers were finishing their prayers.government officials called the attack an act of terrorism.a spokeswoman for the sûreté du québec, the quebec provincial police, said that two suspects had been arrested. investigations were continuing but the spokeswoman said the police do not believe at this time that others were directly involved in the attack.one of the suspects was arrested 14 miles east of the mosque along the shore of the st. lawrence river on the approach to the bridge leading to the island of orleans. the bridge was closed by police. the second suspect was arrested close to the mosque."the situation






princess diana: princes commission statue 20 years after her death


image copyrightpaa statue of princess diana has been commissioned by the duke of bridge and prince harry, 20 years after her death. the two princes said that "the time is right to recognise her positive impact" with a permanent statue.the sculpture will be erected in the public grounds of her former residence, kensington palace. a sculptor has yet to be chosen but a spokesperson said work on the artwork would begin soon. 'reflect on legacy'princes william and harry said in statement: "it has been 20 years since our mother's death and the time is right to recognise her positive impact in the uk and around the world with a permanent statue."our mother touched so many lives. we hope the statue will help all those who visit kensington palace to reflect on her life and her legacy."the queen has






princess diana: princes commission statue 20 years after her death


image copyrightpaa statue of princess diana has been commissioned by the duke of bridge and prince harry, 20 years after her death. the two princes said that "the time is right to recognise her positive impact" with a permanent statue.the sculpture will be erected in the public grounds of her former residence, kensington palace. a sculptor has yet to be chosen but a spokesperson said work on the artwork would begin soon. 'reflect on legacy'princes william and harry said in statement: "it has been 20 years since our mother's death and the time is right to recognise her positive impact in the uk and around the world with a permanent statue."our mother touched so many lives. we hope the statue will help all those who visit kensington palace to reflect on her life and her legacy."the queen has






princess diana: princes commission statue 20 years after her death


image copyrightpaa statue of princess diana has been commissioned by the duke of bridge and prince harry, 20 years after her death. the two princes said that "the time is right to recognise her positive impact" with a permanent statue.the sculpture will be erected in the public grounds of her former residence, kensington palace. a sculptor has yet to be chosen but a spokesperson said work on the artwork would begin soon. 'reflect on legacy'princes william and harry said in statement: "it has been 20 years since our mother's death and the time is right to recognise her positive impact in the uk and around the world with a permanent statue."our mother touched so many lives. we hope the statue will help all those who visit kensington palace to reflect on her life and her legacy."the queen has






princess diana: princes commission statue 20 years after her death


image copyrightpaa statue of princess diana has been commissioned by the duke of bridge and prince harry, 20 years after her death. the two princes said that "the time is right to recognise her positive impact" with a permanent statue.the sculpture will be erected in the public grounds of her former residence, kensington palace. a sculptor has yet to be chosen but a spokesperson said work on the artwork would begin soon. princes william and harry said in statement: "it has been 20 years since our mother's death and the time is right to recognise her positive impact in the uk and around the world with a permanent statue. "our mother touched so many lives. we hope the statue will help all those who visit kensington palace to reflect on her life and her legacy."'cinderella causes'the queen ha






princess diana: princes commission statue 20 years after her death


image copyrightafpimage caption the princess of wales died on 31 august 1997 in a car crash in paris a statue of princess diana has been commissioned by the duke of bridge and prince harry, 20 years after her death. the two princes said that "the time is right to recognise her positive impact" with a permanent statue.the sculpture will be erected in the public grounds of her former residence, kensington palace. a sculptor has yet to be chosen but a spokesperson said work on the artwork would begin soon. princes william and harry said in statement: "it has been 20 years since our mother's death and the time is right to recognise her positive impact in the uk and around the world with a permanent statue. "our mother touched so many lives. we hope the statue will help all those who visit kens






princess diana: princes commission statue 20 years after her death


image copyrightafpimage caption the princess of wales died on 31 august 1997 in a car crash in paris a statue of princess diana has been commissioned by the duke of bridge and prince harry, 20 years after her death. the two princes said that "the time is right to recognise her positive impact" with a permanent statue.the sculpture will be erected in the public grounds of her former residence, kensington palace. a sculptor has yet to be chosen but a spokesperson said work on the artwork would begin soon. princes william and harry said in statement: "it has been 20 years since our mother's death and the time is right to recognise her positive impact in the uk and around the world with a permanent statue. "our mother touched so many lives. we hope the statue will help all those who visit kens






princess diana: princes commission statue 20 years after her death


image copyrightafpimage caption the princess of wales died on 31 august 1997 in a car crash in paris a statue of princess diana has been commissioned by the duke of bridge and prince harry, 20 years after her death. the two princes said that "the time is right to recognise her positive impact" with a permanent statue.the sculpture will be erected in the public grounds of her former residence, kensington palace. a sculptor has yet to be chosen but a spokesperson said work on the artwork would begin soon. princes william and harry said in statement: "it has been 20 years since our mother's death and the time is right to recognise her positive impact in the uk and around the world with a permanent statue. "our mother touched so many lives. we hope the statue will help all those who visit kens






princess diana: princes commission statue 20 years after her death


image copyrightafpimage caption the princess of wales died on 31 august 1997 in a car crash in paris a statue of princess diana has been commissioned by the duke of bridge and prince harry, 20 years after her death. the two princes said that "the time is right to recognise her positive impact" with a permanent statue.the sculpture will be erected in the public grounds of her former residence, kensington palace. a sculptor has yet to be chosen but a spokesperson said work on the artwork would begin soon. princes william and harry said in statement: "it has been 20 years since our mother's death and the time is right to recognise her positive impact in the uk and around the world with a permanent statue. "our mother touched so many lives. we hope the statue will help all those who visit kens






el día en que stephen hawking organizó la fiesta del siglo y no fue nadie


botellas del mejor champagne francés, mesas llenas de canapés y sándwiches de pepino, globos, pancartas y música. stephen hawking, el famoso físico teórico de la universidad de bridge, tenía todo listo para dar la fiesta del siglo. “estuve esperando un buen rato, pero no vino nadie”, explicó un par de años después.no se sorprendió demasiado, sobre todo porque sólo envió las invitaciones cuando la fiesta ya había terminado. y no por despiste: la fiesta de hawking era la primera gran celebración dedicada específi ente a los viajeros en el tiempo. la fiesta vacíaen 1992, hawking ya había propuesto que los viajes en el tiempo eran imposibles. así que aquella fiesta vespertina en los pantanos del río era mitad experimento para demostrar que los cronoviajeros no existían, mitad "troleo" a todos






trump advisers start ‘america first policies’ nonprofit


washington (ap) — six of president donald trump’s top paign aides have banded together to start a nonprofit called “america first policies” to back the white house agenda.the group includes trump’s digital and data director brad parscale, onetime deputy paign manager rick gates and two paign advisers to vice president mike pence, nick ayers and marty obst.david bossie and katrina pierson also will be involved, according to a statement announcing the group.“some of the same like-minded individuals who put their energy into getting mr. trump elected are now going to be part o r roots group to go out there and help with the agenda, help the white house be successful,” parscale said.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the large — and so far title-less — group of founders






university of michigan refuses to disclose students' immigration information | b


mark schlissel, university of michigan president, speaks during a gathering of over 1,000 people on the university of michigan’s pus on wednesday, nov. 9, 2016. the gathering promoting love, equality, and surprise of the recent election of donald trump. (p o: matt weigand, the ann arbor news via ap)university of michigan president mark schlissel released a statement urday morning affirming the university’s commitment to international students and faculty. despite an executive order signed friday by president donald trump that bans the immigration and travel of people from many muslim-majority countries, schlissel said the university will not release the immigration status information of its students.“the university complies with federal requirements ociated with managing its international






you can build a wall -- except here, a river runs through it


robert eron drove his pickup truck toward the texas-mexico border, past cotton and sugar cane fields, up to a 20-foot-tall metal and concrete border fence — and p ed right through a gap in the barrier wide enough for a tractor-trailer.because of international treaty and flood zone requirements, the fence is set back from the winding rio grande, and since it divides some u.s. properties, the fence is broken up by gaps texas residents use to traverse their land. smugglers use them too.“bad guys could be crossing into the sugar cane and who’s here to stop them?” said eron. he voted for president trump and supports his border wall proposal but said construction here will be tricky.“how do you build a wall that’s impenetrable and still allow farmers, property owners, access to their land?” eron






trump travel ban: thousands join protests across uk


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