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Elton John will hang up his boots next year. Originally the date was November 22, 2022, the date of the last show of his giant Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour. The delays caused by the pandemic, however, stretched the singer’s artistic life until January 2023, more than 50 years dedicated to music and thunderous successes with the public and critics.

The imminence of retirement, however, has sparked nuclear power in John. News and videos viralized on social networks come from all corners. And they range from Metallica covers to surprise performances in bars.

Cabin break-in at a Cannes restaurant

John recently barged into the DJ booth in a Cannes restaurant to sing in a totally lo-fi scheme the single he had just released in collaboration with Dualipa, a remix for Cold Heart. The video traveled the world.

Wave taking with BTS

Viralize, by the way, is becoming routine in Elton John’s life. Excited by the giant mobilization promoted by the army of BTS fans, John published a video singing a song by the Korean pop superstars. And he even sent a special save to “The Army”, as the active BTS fans call themselves.

It was only two verses of the super hit, but enough to cause a tremendous buxom in internetland. Check out:

Cover de Metallica

In the ultimate “call me I’ll” style, Elton John joined a team of stars invited by Miley Cyrus for a cover of Mettalica’s Nothing Else Matters. The gang includes Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chilly Peppers, Robert Trujillo, Yo Yo Ma and Watt. The gang video already has 4 million views on Youtube alone. After all, why not get together with a bunch of people to “take some covers”, right?

Drum’n’bass Hardcore Extremo

The topic of the day is no less surprising. Elton John and Lady Gaga are working together on a new version for the song Chromattica, which they had previously released. Sources involved in the recordings say they were shocked, as the new single is “extreme drum’n’bass and hardcore!,” according to an interview with The Sun newspaper.

Will we hear Elton John on the floor by DJs like Marky or Andy in the near future? Now is wait to see. And stay tuned for what will be revealed from the rocketman roles in the coming weeks. It is not surprising to see him playing with Neymar or collaborating with a Brazilian to enjoy the caipirinha in Rio.

Jota Wagner

Jota Wagner has been writing, disco, and partying in Brazil and Europe since the early 1990s. He is currently editor in chief of Music Non Stop and cultural producer at Agência 55. He has contributed, using his ears, feet or hands, to the dawn of Brazilian electronic music.

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Elton John will hang up his boots next year. Originally the date was November 22, 2022, the date of the last show of his giant Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour. The delays caused by the pandemic, however, stretched the singer’s artistic life until January 2023, more than 50 years dedicated to music and thunderous successes with the public and critics.

The imminence of retirement, however, has sparked nuclear power in John. News and videos viralized on social networks come from all corners. And they range from Metallica covers to surprise performances in bars.

Cabin break-in at a Cannes restaurant

John recently barged into the DJ booth in a Cannes restaurant to sing in a totally lo-fi scheme the single he had just released in collaboration with Dualipa, a remix for Cold Heart. The video traveled the world.

Wave taking with BTS

Viralize, by the way, is becoming routine in Elton John’s life. Excited by the giant mobilization promoted by the army of BTS fans, John published a video singing a song by the Korean pop superstars. And he even sent a special save to “The Army”, as the active BTS fans call themselves.

It was only two verses of the super hit, but enough to cause a tremendous buxom in internetland. Check out:

Cover de Metallica

In the ultimate “call me I’ll” style, Elton John joined a team of stars invited by Miley Cyrus for a cover of Mettalica’s Nothing Else Matters. The gang includes Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chilly Peppers, Robert Trujillo, Yo Yo Ma and Watt. The gang video already has 4 million views on Youtube alone. After all, why not get together with a bunch of people to “take some covers”, right?

Drum’n’bass Hardcore Extremo

The topic of the day is no less surprising. Elton John and Lady Gaga are working together on a new version for the song Chromattica, which they had previously released. Sources involved in the recordings say they were shocked, as the new single is “extreme drum’n’bass and hardcore!,” according to an interview with The Sun newspaper.

Will we hear Elton John on the floor by DJs like Marky or Andy in the near future? Now is wait to see. And stay tuned for what will be revealed from the rocketman roles in the coming weeks. It is not surprising to see him playing with Neymar or collaborating with a Brazilian to enjoy the caipirinha in Rio.

Jota Wagner

Jota Wagner has been writing, disco, and partying in Brazil and Europe since the early 1990s. He is currently editor in chief of Music Non Stop and cultural producer at Agência 55. He has contributed, using his ears, feet or hands, to the dawn of Brazilian electronic music.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1629265282) } [1]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(66) "“We only have a handful of days to evacuate people from Kabul”" ["link"]=> string(86) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/we-only-have-a-handful-of-days-to-evacuate-people-from-kabul/" ["comments"]=> string(94) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/we-only-have-a-handful-of-days-to-evacuate-people-from-kabul/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(3) "Sam" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 18 Aug 2021 05:09:31 +0000" ["category"]=> string(36) "EuropedaysevacuatehandfulKabulpeople" ["guid"]=> string(86) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/we-only-have-a-handful-of-days-to-evacuate-people-from-kabul/" ["description"]=> string(382) "Annalena Baerbock, candidate of the Greens for the German Chancellery, in Duisburg, August 10, 2021. FABIAN STRAUCH / AP Six weeks before the legislative elections of September 26, the German Greens candidate for chancellery, Annalena Baerbock, gave an interview to the World, to Financial Times (London) and at Standard (Vienna). In voting intentions, environmentalists are …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4260) "

Six weeks before the legislative elections of September 26, the German Greens candidate for chancellery, Annalena Baerbock, gave an interview to the World, to Financial Times (London) and at Standard (Vienna). In voting intentions, environmentalists are credited with 17% -21% of the vote, behind the conservatives of the CDU-CSU (22% -27%) and neck and neck with the social democrats of the SPD (16 % -20%), which gives them hope of participating in the next government, after sixteen years in opposition. The exchange took place on the Greens’ campaign bus between Hamburg and Berlin.

The situation in Afghanistan is worsening day by day, Europe fears a new migratory crisis. Should Germany welcome more refugees?

What is happening in Afghanistan is dramatic and totally unpredictable. The priority is to save the lives, those of diplomatic personnel and those who, on the spot, risked everything by working for us, including within the missions of the European Union. Representatives of NGOs, the international media, as well as defenders of women’s and men’s rights are in great danger. Protecting them is an absolute duty.

During the 2015 refugee crisis, there was no international coordination. Why would what failed yesterday succeed today?

We only have a handful of days to evacuate people from Kabul. So we have to go very quickly. There is not a minute to waste in little tactical games. Those for whom inaction is not an option must join forces. Canada is ready for it, and so is the United States. Germany can decide itself to take in a contingent of people who are in particular need of protection. Hopefully other states will follow suit. If the European Union (EU) quickly agrees on a common distribution, this will naturally be preferable.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also In Germany, the Afghan crisis rekindles the specter of a new migration crisis

Since your appointment as a candidate for the chancellery in April, you have had to justify yourself, on your CV, on unreported additional income and on accusations of plagiarism targeting your program book. How do you live this campaign? Have you thought about throwing in the towel?

There were days with and days without. I have known from the start that you have to expect headwinds when you run for an election with the idea of ​​making a difference and ending the status quo. But, if we do not have this courage, it is collectively that we will win out vis-à-vis the rest of the world, as a great industrial country. As for giving up, as you know I have some experience in sports [comme triple médaillée de bronze aux championnats d’Allemagne de trampoline]. If you are ready to give up on the warm-up lap, there is no point in participating in a competition. An election campaign is a marathon. It’s only at the end that you know who won.

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Six weeks before the legislative elections of September 26, the German Greens candidate for chancellery, Annalena Baerbock, gave an interview to the World, to Financial Times (London) and at Standard (Vienna). In voting intentions, environmentalists are credited with 17% -21% of the vote, behind the conservatives of the CDU-CSU (22% -27%) and neck and neck with the social democrats of the SPD (16 % -20%), which gives them hope of participating in the next government, after sixteen years in opposition. The exchange took place on the Greens’ campaign bus between Hamburg and Berlin.

The situation in Afghanistan is worsening day by day, Europe fears a new migratory crisis. Should Germany welcome more refugees?

What is happening in Afghanistan is dramatic and totally unpredictable. The priority is to save the lives, those of diplomatic personnel and those who, on the spot, risked everything by working for us, including within the missions of the European Union. Representatives of NGOs, the international media, as well as defenders of women’s and men’s rights are in great danger. Protecting them is an absolute duty.

During the 2015 refugee crisis, there was no international coordination. Why would what failed yesterday succeed today?

We only have a handful of days to evacuate people from Kabul. So we have to go very quickly. There is not a minute to waste in little tactical games. Those for whom inaction is not an option must join forces. Canada is ready for it, and so is the United States. Germany can decide itself to take in a contingent of people who are in particular need of protection. Hopefully other states will follow suit. If the European Union (EU) quickly agrees on a common distribution, this will naturally be preferable.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also In Germany, the Afghan crisis rekindles the specter of a new migration crisis

Since your appointment as a candidate for the chancellery in April, you have had to justify yourself, on your CV, on unreported additional income and on accusations of plagiarism targeting your program book. How do you live this campaign? Have you thought about throwing in the towel?

There were days with and days without. I have known from the start that you have to expect headwinds when you run for an election with the idea of ​​making a difference and ending the status quo. But, if we do not have this courage, it is collectively that we will win out vis-à-vis the rest of the world, as a great industrial country. As for giving up, as you know I have some experience in sports [comme triple médaillée de bronze aux championnats d’Allemagne de trampoline]. If you are ready to give up on the warm-up lap, there is no point in participating in a competition. An election campaign is a marathon. It’s only at the end that you know who won.

You have 67.26% of this article to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1629263371) } [2]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(137) "Even with the infirmary, Slavia has to manage the qualification. With the Legion, it will be about millions, but mainly about reputation" ["link"]=> string(158) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/even-with-the-infirmary-slavia-has-to-manage-the-qualification-with-the-legion-it-will-be-about-millions-but-mainly-about-reputation/" ["comments"]=> string(166) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/even-with-the-infirmary-slavia-has-to-manage-the-qualification-with-the-legion-it-will-be-about-millions-but-mainly-about-reputation/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(3) "Sam" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 18 Aug 2021 05:03:23 +0000" ["category"]=> string(94) "Sport. LazaretinfirmaryKrmenčíkLegionmanagemillionsqualificationreputationSlaviaTrpišovský" ["guid"]=> string(158) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/even-with-the-infirmary-slavia-has-to-manage-the-qualification-with-the-legion-it-will-be-about-millions-but-mainly-about-reputation/" ["description"]=> string(357) "Tomáš Holeš and Slavia Praha goalkeeper Ondřej Kolář after the elimination with Ferencváros. Vlastimil Vacek, Right “We would need another month to heal the injuries and get the player in optimal shape,” lamented coach Jindřich Trpišovský, although it is clear to him that he will not help with the longing and he simply has to …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5644) "

Vlastimil Vacek, Right

“We would need another month to heal the injuries and get the player in optimal shape,” lamented coach Jindřich Trpišovský, although it is clear to him that he will not help with the longing and he simply has to deal with it.

In the league, which his team still manages and after three matches, he has the full number of points on his account, but now mainly on the European cup scene. After all, Slavia will qualify for the reputation in the qualification with the Polish champion Warsaw Legion, which she suffered considerably after the failure with Ferencváros in the 3rd qualifying round of the Champions League.

Of course, she would also be interested in the money, even if she was left with the raking.

From the right Srdjan Plavšić and Alexander Bah after the match.

Kateřina Šulová, ČTK

397 million, which would flow from the mere participation in the Champions League and to which the club boss Jaroslav Tvrdík also clung before the season as a set goal, turned into fiction. Like the 123 million that would come to Eden from a UEFA account if they played in the playoffs.

In the case of participation in the newly born Conference League, in which the Czech champion would fall, even if he did not advance through the Legion of Warsaw, it is an offspring for an ambitious club. About only 74.6 million crowns. Proceeding through the Legion and starting in the basic group of the European League would bring the stitchers 17.4 million more, but even this amount does not represent such a dizzying amount due to the Slavic budget.

Celebrate in the fight for Europe. Stitching is a trump card, but offensive aces will be missing

Reputation is much more important. Opportunity to recall football Europe again, at least in the second of the club competitions. To make visible and subsequently more profitably sell players who are allegedly interested abroad.

“The Champions League was a dream, the European League a goal,” coach Trpišovský is aware that his team simply has to manage the qualification with the Legion. Even with the infirmary. with reinforcements, which are still mostly adapted in Eden and get used to the game of Slavia.

Disappointed goalkeeper Kolář and Oscar

Vlastimil Vacek, Right

That is, if they are not talking about crutches, like Plavšič, or they are not catching up quickly, like Michael Krmenčík.

Nevertheless, it is Krmenčík who appears on the newly compiled Slavic roster for the European League, although Trpišovský originally estimated his absence for at least two weeks. Nigerian legionary Ubonh Ekpai as well. Captain Jan Bořil also appeared on it, although he had not played a minute in the autumn. And even Ondřej Kúdela found his name on the list. His disciplinary distance will only expire after Thursday’s first match with the Legion.

If Slavia had scored such a goal, it would have been valid, said the Mladá Boleslav Slavist Karafiát.

“We needed him to get involved in the game, because I’m counting on him to retaliate in Warsaw,” explained the Slavic coach of Kúdela’s deployment in Saturday’s league game, knowing that longing for the infirmary would not help. Ševčík is also out, Olayinka and Kačaraba are also suffering from injuries. All this is reflected in our performances.

But he has to cope. And until Thursday, when his team is waiting for the first duel with the Legion in Eden. Not even making it to the European League would be bordering on misery.

.

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Vlastimil Vacek, Right

“We would need another month to heal the injuries and get the player in optimal shape,” lamented coach Jindřich Trpišovský, although it is clear to him that he will not help with the longing and he simply has to deal with it.

In the league, which his team still manages and after three matches, he has the full number of points on his account, but now mainly on the European cup scene. After all, Slavia will qualify for the reputation in the qualification with the Polish champion Warsaw Legion, which she suffered considerably after the failure with Ferencváros in the 3rd qualifying round of the Champions League.

Of course, she would also be interested in the money, even if she was left with the raking.

From the right Srdjan Plavšić and Alexander Bah after the match.

Kateřina Šulová, ČTK

397 million, which would flow from the mere participation in the Champions League and to which the club boss Jaroslav Tvrdík also clung before the season as a set goal, turned into fiction. Like the 123 million that would come to Eden from a UEFA account if they played in the playoffs.

In the case of participation in the newly born Conference League, in which the Czech champion would fall, even if he did not advance through the Legion of Warsaw, it is an offspring for an ambitious club. About only 74.6 million crowns. Proceeding through the Legion and starting in the basic group of the European League would bring the stitchers 17.4 million more, but even this amount does not represent such a dizzying amount due to the Slavic budget.

Celebrate in the fight for Europe. Stitching is a trump card, but offensive aces will be missing

Reputation is much more important. Opportunity to recall football Europe again, at least in the second of the club competitions. To make visible and subsequently more profitably sell players who are allegedly interested abroad.

“The Champions League was a dream, the European League a goal,” coach Trpišovský is aware that his team simply has to manage the qualification with the Legion. Even with the infirmary. with reinforcements, which are still mostly adapted in Eden and get used to the game of Slavia.

Disappointed goalkeeper Kolář and Oscar

Vlastimil Vacek, Right

That is, if they are not talking about crutches, like Plavšič, or they are not catching up quickly, like Michael Krmenčík.

Nevertheless, it is Krmenčík who appears on the newly compiled Slavic roster for the European League, although Trpišovský originally estimated his absence for at least two weeks. Nigerian legionary Ubonh Ekpai as well. Captain Jan Bořil also appeared on it, although he had not played a minute in the autumn. And even Ondřej Kúdela found his name on the list. His disciplinary distance will only expire after Thursday’s first match with the Legion.

If Slavia had scored such a goal, it would have been valid, said the Mladá Boleslav Slavist Karafiát.

“We needed him to get involved in the game, because I’m counting on him to retaliate in Warsaw,” explained the Slavic coach of Kúdela’s deployment in Saturday’s league game, knowing that longing for the infirmary would not help. Ševčík is also out, Olayinka and Kačaraba are also suffering from injuries. All this is reflected in our performances.

But he has to cope. And until Thursday, when his team is waiting for the first duel with the Legion in Eden. Not even making it to the European League would be bordering on misery.

.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1629263003) } [3]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(57) "Against Covid-19, the race for treatments is accelerating" ["link"]=> string(82) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/against-covid-19-the-race-for-treatments-is-accelerating/" ["comments"]=> string(90) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/against-covid-19-the-race-for-treatments-is-accelerating/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Paula Scully" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 18 Aug 2021 05:01:32 +0000" ["category"]=> string(39) "PlanetacceleratingCovid19racetreatments" ["guid"]=> string(82) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/against-covid-19-the-race-for-treatments-is-accelerating/" ["description"]=> string(340) "Research work in the laboratory of Xenothera, a start-up based in Nantes, in July 2020. JEAN-CLAUDE MOSCHETTI / XENOTHERA / REA « We thought the summer would be quieter. “Faced with the new epidemic outbreak, Odile Duvaux quickly became disillusioned. In recent weeks, the boss of Xenothera has made a series of phone calls. From …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4165) "

« We thought the summer would be quieter. “Faced with the new epidemic outbreak, Odile Duvaux quickly became disillusioned. In recent weeks, the boss of Xenothera has made a series of phone calls. From the National Medicines Safety Agency (ANSM), the French government, the European Union, and a host of foreign countries. “We are solicited from everywhere”, she notes. At the end of the line, the same question: ” Where are you ? “ A pride for the Nantes biotech, which has just started the production of its treatment against Covid-19, a polyclonal antibody called XAV-19. ” Our product is now in phase 3 testing. If all goes well, it could be licensed, and used, this fall. », Explains Odile Duvaux.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also Against severe forms of Covid-19, access to dual monoclonal antibody therapies is widened

A great opportunity for the young company. Because if the vaccine race – the main weapon in the fight against Covid-19 – already has its champions, that of treatments is still looking for its winners. There is no shortage of candidates in search of a miracle cure. Researchers, biotechs and large pharmaceutical companies have all mobilized. Since the start of the health crisis, more than 3,300 clinical trials focusing on the search for treatments – of which nearly 1,600 are still in progress – have thus been identified around the world. But the therapeutic arsenal against Covid-19 is still very thin.

“We now know better how to repair the damage caused by the virus, for example by using dexamethasone, an anti-inflammatory drug, but there is still no treatment on the market that directly attacks the virus. Research has advanced a lot, however, and it is hoped that more drugs will arrive over the next six months. “, observes Bruno Canard, CNRS research director at Aix-Marseille University. The European Union has also set itself the objective of authorizing at least three new treatments by the end of the year.

Read our information on this subject: Vaccination: in the face of variants, laboratories are looking for a solution

A tool to also “anticipate the next crises”

The stake is not insignificant. Because if vaccines have so far constituted an effective shield, nothing excludes new, more dangerous variants from escaping their protective net in the future. It is also a matter of protecting immunocompromised, cancer or transplant patients, for whom vaccination is less effective, and who are more at risk of developing a serious form of the disease. ” The treatments are a complementary tool, which will also be used to anticipate the next crises. It is already the third coronavirus to appear in the space of twenty years. We are not immune that another emerges in the next few years », Underlines Jean Dubuisson, CNRS researcher at the Institut Pasteur in Lille.

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« We thought the summer would be quieter. “Faced with the new epidemic outbreak, Odile Duvaux quickly became disillusioned. In recent weeks, the boss of Xenothera has made a series of phone calls. From the National Medicines Safety Agency (ANSM), the French government, the European Union, and a host of foreign countries. “We are solicited from everywhere”, she notes. At the end of the line, the same question: ” Where are you ? “ A pride for the Nantes biotech, which has just started the production of its treatment against Covid-19, a polyclonal antibody called XAV-19. ” Our product is now in phase 3 testing. If all goes well, it could be licensed, and used, this fall. », Explains Odile Duvaux.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also Against severe forms of Covid-19, access to dual monoclonal antibody therapies is widened

A great opportunity for the young company. Because if the vaccine race – the main weapon in the fight against Covid-19 – already has its champions, that of treatments is still looking for its winners. There is no shortage of candidates in search of a miracle cure. Researchers, biotechs and large pharmaceutical companies have all mobilized. Since the start of the health crisis, more than 3,300 clinical trials focusing on the search for treatments – of which nearly 1,600 are still in progress – have thus been identified around the world. But the therapeutic arsenal against Covid-19 is still very thin.

“We now know better how to repair the damage caused by the virus, for example by using dexamethasone, an anti-inflammatory drug, but there is still no treatment on the market that directly attacks the virus. Research has advanced a lot, however, and it is hoped that more drugs will arrive over the next six months. “, observes Bruno Canard, CNRS research director at Aix-Marseille University. The European Union has also set itself the objective of authorizing at least three new treatments by the end of the year.

Read our information on this subject: Vaccination: in the face of variants, laboratories are looking for a solution

A tool to also “anticipate the next crises”

The stake is not insignificant. Because if vaccines have so far constituted an effective shield, nothing excludes new, more dangerous variants from escaping their protective net in the future. It is also a matter of protecting immunocompromised, cancer or transplant patients, for whom vaccination is less effective, and who are more at risk of developing a serious form of the disease. ” The treatments are a complementary tool, which will also be used to anticipate the next crises. It is already the third coronavirus to appear in the space of twenty years. We are not immune that another emerges in the next few years », Underlines Jean Dubuisson, CNRS researcher at the Institut Pasteur in Lille.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1629262892) } [4]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(58) "Directed Energy Weapon Market Report 2021-2031: Visiongain" ["link"]=> string(83) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/directed-energy-weapon-market-report-2021-2031-visiongain/" ["comments"]=> string(91) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/directed-energy-weapon-market-report-2021-2031-visiongain/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Peter Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 18 Aug 2021 04:59:52 +0000" ["category"]=> string(172) "SpaceDefense Weapon Market ReportDirectedDirected Energy WeaponenergyLaser WeaponmarketMilitary Weapon Market ReportreportVisiongainVisiongain LtdweaponWeapon Market Report" ["guid"]=> string(83) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/directed-energy-weapon-market-report-2021-2031-visiongain/" ["description"]=> string(411) "Visiongain has launched a new report Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) Market Report 2021 to 2031: Forecasts by Technology (High Energy Laser Technology, High Power Microwave Technology, Particle Beam Weapons), by Product (Lethal Weapons, Non-Lethal Weapons), by Application (Homeland, Security, Defence), by End-user (Navy, Airforce, Army) AND Regional and Leading National Market Analysis PLUS Analysis of …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9769) "

Visiongain has launched a new report Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) Market Report 2021 to 2031: Forecasts by Technology (High Energy Laser Technology, High Power Microwave Technology, Particle Beam Weapons), by Product (Lethal Weapons, Non-Lethal Weapons), by Application (Homeland, Security, Defence), by End-user (Navy, Airforce, Army) AND Regional and Leading National Market Analysis PLUS Analysis of Leading DEW Companies AND COVID-19 Recovery Scenarios.

What are the Market Dynamics?

Download Exclusive Sample of Report @ https://www.visiongain.com/report/dew-market-2021/#download_sampe_div

Recent Initiative include:

How is the report segmented?

Market Segmentation 2021-2031

The Directed Energy Weapon Market is segmented on the Technology, Product, End User, Application, and regional basis.

Technology

Product Type

End User

Application

What are the Regional Breakdowns?

Focused regional forecasts and analysis explore the future opportunities:

Get Detailed TOC @ https://www.visiongain.com/report/dew-market-2021/#download_sampe_div

Companies featured in the report include:

How can the Directed Energy Weapon Market Report benefit you?

Visiongain’s report is for anyone requiring analysis of the global directed energy weapon market. You will discover market forecasts, technological trends, predictions, and expert opinion providing you with independent analysis derived from our extensive primary and secondary research. Only by purchasing this report will you receive this critical business intelligence revealing where revenue growth is likely and where the lucrative potential market prospects are.

Find quantitative and qualitative analyses with independent predictions. Receive information that only our report contains, staying informed with this invaluable business intelligence

To access the data contained in this document please email contactus@visiongain.com

DEW quantitative data unique to this report:

With our newly report title, you are less likely to fall behind in knowledge or miss out on opportunities. See how our work could benefit your research, analyses, and decisions. Visiongain’s study is for everybody needing commercial analyses for the Directed Energy Weapon Market and leading companies. You will find data, trends, and predictions.

Find more research reports on the Defense Sector, please click on the following links:

Do you have any custom requirements we can help you with? Any need for a specific country, geo region, market segment or specific company information? Contact us today, we can discuss your needs and see how we can help: sara.peerun@visiongain.com

About Visiongain

Visiongain is one of the fastest growing and most innovative, independent, market intelligence around, the company publishes hundreds of market research reports which it adds to its extensive portfolio each year. These reports offer in-depth analysis across 18 industries worldwide. The reports cover a 10-year forecast, are hundreds of pages long, with in depth market analysis and valuable competitive intelligence data. Visiongain works across a range of vertical markets, which currently can influence one another, these markets include automotive, aviation, chemicals, cyber, defense, energy, food & drink, materials, packaging, pharmaceutical and utilities sectors. Our customized and syndicated market research reports mean that you can have a bespoke piece of market intelligence customized to your very own business needs.

Contact:

Sara Peerun
Commercial Director
Visiongain Inc.
Tel: + 44 207 549 9987
USA Tel: 00 1 718 682 4567
US Tel: 00 353 1 695 0006
Email: sara.peerun@visiongain.com
Web: https://www.visiongain.com/
Follow Us: LinkedIn | Twitter

SOURCE Visiongain Limited.

.

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Visiongain has launched a new report Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) Market Report 2021 to 2031: Forecasts by Technology (High Energy Laser Technology, High Power Microwave Technology, Particle Beam Weapons), by Product (Lethal Weapons, Non-Lethal Weapons), by Application (Homeland, Security, Defence), by End-user (Navy, Airforce, Army) AND Regional and Leading National Market Analysis PLUS Analysis of Leading DEW Companies AND COVID-19 Recovery Scenarios.

What are the Market Dynamics?

Download Exclusive Sample of Report @ https://www.visiongain.com/report/dew-market-2021/#download_sampe_div

Recent Initiative include:

How is the report segmented?

Market Segmentation 2021-2031

The Directed Energy Weapon Market is segmented on the Technology, Product, End User, Application, and regional basis.

Technology

Product Type

End User

Application

What are the Regional Breakdowns?

Focused regional forecasts and analysis explore the future opportunities:

Get Detailed TOC @ https://www.visiongain.com/report/dew-market-2021/#download_sampe_div

Companies featured in the report include:

How can the Directed Energy Weapon Market Report benefit you?

Visiongain’s report is for anyone requiring analysis of the global directed energy weapon market. You will discover market forecasts, technological trends, predictions, and expert opinion providing you with independent analysis derived from our extensive primary and secondary research. Only by purchasing this report will you receive this critical business intelligence revealing where revenue growth is likely and where the lucrative potential market prospects are.

Find quantitative and qualitative analyses with independent predictions. Receive information that only our report contains, staying informed with this invaluable business intelligence

To access the data contained in this document please email contactus@visiongain.com

DEW quantitative data unique to this report:

With our newly report title, you are less likely to fall behind in knowledge or miss out on opportunities. See how our work could benefit your research, analyses, and decisions. Visiongain’s study is for everybody needing commercial analyses for the Directed Energy Weapon Market and leading companies. You will find data, trends, and predictions.

Find more research reports on the Defense Sector, please click on the following links:

Do you have any custom requirements we can help you with? Any need for a specific country, geo region, market segment or specific company information? Contact us today, we can discuss your needs and see how we can help: sara.peerun@visiongain.com

About Visiongain

Visiongain is one of the fastest growing and most innovative, independent, market intelligence around, the company publishes hundreds of market research reports which it adds to its extensive portfolio each year. These reports offer in-depth analysis across 18 industries worldwide. The reports cover a 10-year forecast, are hundreds of pages long, with in depth market analysis and valuable competitive intelligence data. Visiongain works across a range of vertical markets, which currently can influence one another, these markets include automotive, aviation, chemicals, cyber, defense, energy, food & drink, materials, packaging, pharmaceutical and utilities sectors. Our customized and syndicated market research reports mean that you can have a bespoke piece of market intelligence customized to your very own business needs.

Contact:

Sara Peerun
Commercial Director
Visiongain Inc.
Tel: + 44 207 549 9987
USA Tel: 00 1 718 682 4567
US Tel: 00 353 1 695 0006
Email: sara.peerun@visiongain.com
Web: https://www.visiongain.com/
Follow Us: LinkedIn | Twitter

SOURCE Visiongain Limited.

.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1629262792) } [5]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(43) "passive management versus active management" ["link"]=> string(69) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/passive-management-versus-active-management/" ["comments"]=> string(77) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/passive-management-versus-active-management/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(5) "Susan" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 18 Aug 2021 04:51:04 +0000" ["category"]=> string(28) "Moneyactivemanagementpassive" ["guid"]=> string(69) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/passive-management-versus-active-management/" ["description"]=> string(358) "Until now, and unlike American savers, the French have shunned ETFs, funds that track stock market indices. TETRA IMAGES / PHOTONONSTOP A at the end of the 1980s, the Wall Street Journal attempted an unprecedented experiment: comparing the performance of portfolios of professional managers to those of baskets made up of securities chosen at random. …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3879) "

A at the end of the 1980s, the Wall Street Journal attempted an unprecedented experiment: comparing the performance of portfolios of professional managers to those of baskets made up of securities chosen at random. And, against all odds, they did not stand out for seconds in this evaluation exercise.

Since then, the test has been repeated with various methods: names of actions placed on a target and selected by sending darts, or even sorted by… chimpanzees. With always the same conclusion: specialists do not do better than chance or ape-like intelligence.

Today, other, more sophisticated studies show that very few actively managed funds by professionals manage to beat the overall market in the long term. Clearly, despite their anticipation, their analysis, their stock selection, these managers do not manage to exceed the major stock market indices such as the Parisian CAC 40 or the New York Dow Jones.

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On the strength of this observation, funds which exactly replicate the course of stock market indices were created in the United States in the early 1990s. These financial products, called “ETF” (“exchange-traded funds”), quickly became successful, and they appeared on this side of the Atlantic about ten years later.

Today, this so-called “passive” management continues to develop throughout the world. With good reason. These index funds, despite the barbaric names with which they are given (ETF, or trackers), have indisputable advantages: their upward or downward trend is easy to understand, they are easy to buy or sell and, above all, the costs associated with the use of these funds are reduced.

Risk allergy

However, until now, and unlike American savers, the French have shunned ETFs. First, because financial intermediaries no doubt preferred to highlight products that are more loaded with costs, then because these funds benefit from stock market jumps, but cannot resist their fall. What to cool our allergic compatriots at the slightest risk.

This is the great theoretical advantage of actively managed funds: when they anticipate a decline in certain assets, managers can modify their investments to reduce their exposure. In practice, very few of them manage to fully benefit from the increases and avoid the market upsets. For individuals who want to diversify part of their savings on the stock market, ETFs therefore remain a simple and inexpensive solution. But no question of going headlong. The file that we publish will allow you to make the right choices.

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A at the end of the 1980s, the Wall Street Journal attempted an unprecedented experiment: comparing the performance of portfolios of professional managers to those of baskets made up of securities chosen at random. And, against all odds, they did not stand out for seconds in this evaluation exercise.

Since then, the test has been repeated with various methods: names of actions placed on a target and selected by sending darts, or even sorted by… chimpanzees. With always the same conclusion: specialists do not do better than chance or ape-like intelligence.

Today, other, more sophisticated studies show that very few actively managed funds by professionals manage to beat the overall market in the long term. Clearly, despite their anticipation, their analysis, their stock selection, these managers do not manage to exceed the major stock market indices such as the Parisian CAC 40 or the New York Dow Jones.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also Gold, forests, bitcoin: are these investments safe from inflation?

On the strength of this observation, funds which exactly replicate the course of stock market indices were created in the United States in the early 1990s. These financial products, called “ETF” (“exchange-traded funds”), quickly became successful, and they appeared on this side of the Atlantic about ten years later.

Today, this so-called “passive” management continues to develop throughout the world. With good reason. These index funds, despite the barbaric names with which they are given (ETF, or trackers), have indisputable advantages: their upward or downward trend is easy to understand, they are easy to buy or sell and, above all, the costs associated with the use of these funds are reduced.

Risk allergy

However, until now, and unlike American savers, the French have shunned ETFs. First, because financial intermediaries no doubt preferred to highlight products that are more loaded with costs, then because these funds benefit from stock market jumps, but cannot resist their fall. What to cool our allergic compatriots at the slightest risk.

This is the great theoretical advantage of actively managed funds: when they anticipate a decline in certain assets, managers can modify their investments to reduce their exposure. In practice, very few of them manage to fully benefit from the increases and avoid the market upsets. For individuals who want to diversify part of their savings on the stock market, ETFs therefore remain a simple and inexpensive solution. But no question of going headlong. The file that we publish will allow you to make the right choices.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1629262264) } [6]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(25) "Turkey courts the Taliban" ["link"]=> string(51) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/turkey-courts-the-taliban/" ["comments"]=> string(59) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/turkey-courts-the-taliban/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Peter Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 18 Aug 2021 04:21:35 +0000" ["category"]=> string(32) "InternationalcourtsTalibanTurkey" ["guid"]=> string(51) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/turkey-courts-the-taliban/" ["description"]=> string(339) "Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at a naval ceremony on August 15, 2021 in Istanbul. AP Like its Eurasian partners Iran and Russia, Turkey does not take a dim view of the Taliban’s coming to power. “We welcome the messages sent so far by the Taliban, both to foreigners and diplomatic representations, but also to …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3978) "

Like its Eurasian partners Iran and Russia, Turkey does not take a dim view of the Taliban’s coming to power. “We welcome the messages sent so far by the Taliban, both to foreigners and diplomatic representations, but also to their own people.”, assured the head of Turkish diplomacy, Mevlüt Cavusoglu, from Jordan where he was visiting, Tuesday, August 17. His statement echoed that of his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, who called “Positive signal” the promises of dialogue advanced by the new masters of Afghanistan.

Turkey, which has 500 soldiers assigned to securing Kabul airport as part of its mission within NATO, wants to keep them there after the withdrawal of Western forces. The details of this project had been discussed for weeks with Washington and with the government of President Ashraf Ghani when the Taliban invaded the Afghan capital on Sunday, which ended the talks for lack of interlocutors. The United States is withdrawing and the Afghan government no longer exists.

Quick to adapt to the new situation, the Turkish authorities are now offering their services to the new power in place in Kabul. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan makes maintaining the Turkish presence at the airport his priority. Aware that the Taliban are hungry for international legitimacy, he said he was ready, a week ago, to receive ” the person ” who runs them.

“Everyone has an interest in ensuring that Kabul airport is secure so that diplomats and aid workers can continue to work. Turkey offers to do it. In fact, it is easy for him to negotiate with the Taliban via Pakistan and Qatar, with whom relations are solid ”, says Bayram Balci, director of the French Institute for Anatolian Studies (IFEA) in Istanbul.

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Treasures of diplomacy

Ankara deploys treasures of diplomacy to appease the Taliban. The Turkish Embassy in Qatar is in constant contact with the movement’s representation there and last week Defense Minister Hulusi Akar visited Islamabad to urge the Pakistani ally to convince the Taliban to accept the presence. Turkish.

But neither Mr. Erdogan’s invitation, nor his proposals for technical and security cooperation so far seem to have had the power to influence the Islamist insurgents who insist that “All foreign forces” are leaving Afghanistan, in accordance with the agreements signed with the US administration in Doha in February 2020.

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Like its Eurasian partners Iran and Russia, Turkey does not take a dim view of the Taliban’s coming to power. “We welcome the messages sent so far by the Taliban, both to foreigners and diplomatic representations, but also to their own people.”, assured the head of Turkish diplomacy, Mevlüt Cavusoglu, from Jordan where he was visiting, Tuesday, August 17. His statement echoed that of his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, who called “Positive signal” the promises of dialogue advanced by the new masters of Afghanistan.

Turkey, which has 500 soldiers assigned to securing Kabul airport as part of its mission within NATO, wants to keep them there after the withdrawal of Western forces. The details of this project had been discussed for weeks with Washington and with the government of President Ashraf Ghani when the Taliban invaded the Afghan capital on Sunday, which ended the talks for lack of interlocutors. The United States is withdrawing and the Afghan government no longer exists.

Quick to adapt to the new situation, the Turkish authorities are now offering their services to the new power in place in Kabul. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan makes maintaining the Turkish presence at the airport his priority. Aware that the Taliban are hungry for international legitimacy, he said he was ready, a week ago, to receive ” the person ” who runs them.

“Everyone has an interest in ensuring that Kabul airport is secure so that diplomats and aid workers can continue to work. Turkey offers to do it. In fact, it is easy for him to negotiate with the Taliban via Pakistan and Qatar, with whom relations are solid ”, says Bayram Balci, director of the French Institute for Anatolian Studies (IFEA) in Istanbul.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also Recep Tayyip Erdogan determined to keep Kabul airport safe

Treasures of diplomacy

Ankara deploys treasures of diplomacy to appease the Taliban. The Turkish Embassy in Qatar is in constant contact with the movement’s representation there and last week Defense Minister Hulusi Akar visited Islamabad to urge the Pakistani ally to convince the Taliban to accept the presence. Turkish.

But neither Mr. Erdogan’s invitation, nor his proposals for technical and security cooperation so far seem to have had the power to influence the Islamist insurgents who insist that “All foreign forces” are leaving Afghanistan, in accordance with the agreements signed with the US administration in Doha in February 2020.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1629260495) } [7]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(40) "Football: Bayern grab BVB again Supercup" ["link"]=> string(65) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/football-bayern-grab-bvb-again-supercup/" ["comments"]=> string(73) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/football-bayern-grab-bvb-again-supercup/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(3) "Sam" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 18 Aug 2021 04:02:06 +0000" ["category"]=> string(34) "SportBayernBVBfootballgrabSupercup" ["guid"]=> string(65) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/football-bayern-grab-bvb-again-supercup/" ["description"]=> string(341) "Last year, Bayern had defeated BVB 3-2 in Munich, this time the DFB Cup winner drew the short straw in front of 25,000 spectators at Signal Iduna Park. Two goals from world footballer Lewandowski brought neo-coach Julian Nagelsmann the first title of his professional football coaching career and ended a negative run for Bayern with …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6538) "

Last year, Bayern had defeated BVB 3-2 in Munich, this time the DFB Cup winner drew the short straw in front of 25,000 spectators at Signal Iduna Park. Two goals from world footballer Lewandowski brought neo-coach Julian Nagelsmann the first title of his professional football coaching career and ended a negative run for Bayern with four winless test matches and a 1-1 draw at the start of the league at Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Lewandowski (41st, 74th), who also won the comparison with BVB striker Erling Haaland, and Thomas Müller (49th) ensured the guests’ deserved victory. A remarkable goal from Marco Reus (64.) to the interim 1: 2 was too little for Dortmund, who could not build on the Bundesliga dream start against Eintracht Frankfurt (5: 2).

Honorary note for Gerd Müller

Before the ball rolled in Dortmund, Gerd Müller was remembered. The greatest goalscorer in German football history died on Sunday at the age of 75. In memory of their former striker, the Bayern players had worn warm-up bibs with the number nine on the back and the name of the legend. Before the kick-off, the former national player was remembered with a minute’s silence, after which there was applause from the stands.

Lewandowski involved in all three Bayern goals

After that, the focus was on the currently best strikers Lewandowski and Haaland – with clear advantages for the Polish shooting king. When he was on the ball, the BVB back team ruled the highest level of alert. And so it was hardly surprising that Lewandowski was involved in all the goals. First he scored the opening goal after a splendid cross from Serge Gnabry with a head.

Then Lewandowski was significantly involved in the second goal when he irritated Dortmund’s new goalkeeper Gregor Kobel after a cross with an attempted heel trick. The Swiss could not bring the ball under control and Müller dusted off.

AP/Martin Meissner

Robert Lewandowski was a constant threat to the Dortmund defense

Finally, the Pole took advantage of a bad play error by Manuel Akanji to score his second goal. He scored the 24th goal in the 24th game against his former club. Lewandowski missed another big chance when he met Dortmund’s Axel Witsel on the shoulder from a short distance (34th).

Haaland pretty much signed off

On the other hand, the Munich back team was better positioned against the massive Haaland. Before the game there had been discussions about whether the Norwegian could replace Lewandowski as the number one goalscorer after his great start against Frankfurt (two goals and three assists).

Dortmund player Erling Haaland holds his hands in front of his face

AP/Martin Meissner

Erling Haaland had a disappointing evening at Signal Iduna Park

At least in the Supercup the question is cleared, as is the future of Haaland. Dortmund’s sporting director Michael Zorc made it clear before the game that the striker will definitely wear the black and yellow jersey this season. Haaland also had his scenes against Bayern, but he drew the short straw against the outstanding DFB team keeper Manuel Neuer (39th). The Bayern goalkeeper had already parried against Reus in a world class manner (20th).

It was hardly noticeable that Bayern were still without a win under Nagelsmann. Against their arch-rivals, they were fully up to speed, played with pressure and with great speed. Start-up problems under the new coach were not evident. Bayern also got off to a better start and identified Dortmund’s right-back Felix Passlack as a weak point. The youngster failed three times in the initial phase, but the Munich offensive was not yet able to help.

No friendly game

It became clear on the pitch that it was not just about the first title of the season, but also about prestige. Niklas Süle cleared Haaland in front of the penalty area, shortly afterwards Reus went ahead with an extended leg and caused a pack formation. But it stayed with yellow cards. In the stands, the new German team boss Hansi Flick was very well entertained when his ex-club performed.

The will could not be denied the BVB. Often only centimeters were missing – like in the 53rd minute when Haaland scored, but before that he was just offside. However, the connection hit caused tension. After passing Jude Bellingham, Reus circled the ball into the goal, which caused the noise level in the stadium to skyrocket. That changed when Akanji played the ball in Corentin Tolisso’s legs, which put Lewandowski in the limelight and scored the 3: 1 and thus Bayern’s sixth win in a row against Dortmund.

Joy of title and audience

“That means a lot. It’s the next title, “said Lewandowski after the final whistle and added:” We can play better, but we’re at the beginning of the season and need more time. We can look ahead and enjoy the title. ”The world footballer was finally able to cheer with fans in the stadium again. “We missed playing in front of the audience. You play for the fans, for the audience. “

“We all know that he can do that. He brought in an incredible spirit. It was like a life insurance policy, exceptionally good, “said Nagelsmann, who did not want to overestimate his own share in winning the title:” The title is a reward for the last season. This is a title that Hansi and the team deserve. “

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Last year, Bayern had defeated BVB 3-2 in Munich, this time the DFB Cup winner drew the short straw in front of 25,000 spectators at Signal Iduna Park. Two goals from world footballer Lewandowski brought neo-coach Julian Nagelsmann the first title of his professional football coaching career and ended a negative run for Bayern with four winless test matches and a 1-1 draw at the start of the league at Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Lewandowski (41st, 74th), who also won the comparison with BVB striker Erling Haaland, and Thomas Müller (49th) ensured the guests’ deserved victory. A remarkable goal from Marco Reus (64.) to the interim 1: 2 was too little for Dortmund, who could not build on the Bundesliga dream start against Eintracht Frankfurt (5: 2).

Honorary note for Gerd Müller

Before the ball rolled in Dortmund, Gerd Müller was remembered. The greatest goalscorer in German football history died on Sunday at the age of 75. In memory of their former striker, the Bayern players had worn warm-up bibs with the number nine on the back and the name of the legend. Before the kick-off, the former national player was remembered with a minute’s silence, after which there was applause from the stands.

Lewandowski involved in all three Bayern goals

After that, the focus was on the currently best strikers Lewandowski and Haaland – with clear advantages for the Polish shooting king. When he was on the ball, the BVB back team ruled the highest level of alert. And so it was hardly surprising that Lewandowski was involved in all the goals. First he scored the opening goal after a splendid cross from Serge Gnabry with a head.

Then Lewandowski was significantly involved in the second goal when he irritated Dortmund’s new goalkeeper Gregor Kobel after a cross with an attempted heel trick. The Swiss could not bring the ball under control and Müller dusted off.

AP/Martin Meissner

Robert Lewandowski was a constant threat to the Dortmund defense

Finally, the Pole took advantage of a bad play error by Manuel Akanji to score his second goal. He scored the 24th goal in the 24th game against his former club. Lewandowski missed another big chance when he met Dortmund’s Axel Witsel on the shoulder from a short distance (34th).

Haaland pretty much signed off

On the other hand, the Munich back team was better positioned against the massive Haaland. Before the game there had been discussions about whether the Norwegian could replace Lewandowski as the number one goalscorer after his great start against Frankfurt (two goals and three assists).

Dortmund player Erling Haaland holds his hands in front of his face

AP/Martin Meissner

Erling Haaland had a disappointing evening at Signal Iduna Park

At least in the Supercup the question is cleared, as is the future of Haaland. Dortmund’s sporting director Michael Zorc made it clear before the game that the striker will definitely wear the black and yellow jersey this season. Haaland also had his scenes against Bayern, but he drew the short straw against the outstanding DFB team keeper Manuel Neuer (39th). The Bayern goalkeeper had already parried against Reus in a world class manner (20th).

It was hardly noticeable that Bayern were still without a win under Nagelsmann. Against their arch-rivals, they were fully up to speed, played with pressure and with great speed. Start-up problems under the new coach were not evident. Bayern also got off to a better start and identified Dortmund’s right-back Felix Passlack as a weak point. The youngster failed three times in the initial phase, but the Munich offensive was not yet able to help.

No friendly game

It became clear on the pitch that it was not just about the first title of the season, but also about prestige. Niklas Süle cleared Haaland in front of the penalty area, shortly afterwards Reus went ahead with an extended leg and caused a pack formation. But it stayed with yellow cards. In the stands, the new German team boss Hansi Flick was very well entertained when his ex-club performed.

The will could not be denied the BVB. Often only centimeters were missing – like in the 53rd minute when Haaland scored, but before that he was just offside. However, the connection hit caused tension. After passing Jude Bellingham, Reus circled the ball into the goal, which caused the noise level in the stadium to skyrocket. That changed when Akanji played the ball in Corentin Tolisso’s legs, which put Lewandowski in the limelight and scored the 3: 1 and thus Bayern’s sixth win in a row against Dortmund.

Joy of title and audience

“That means a lot. It’s the next title, “said Lewandowski after the final whistle and added:” We can play better, but we’re at the beginning of the season and need more time. We can look ahead and enjoy the title. ”The world footballer was finally able to cheer with fans in the stadium again. “We missed playing in front of the audience. You play for the fans, for the audience. “

“We all know that he can do that. He brought in an incredible spirit. It was like a life insurance policy, exceptionally good, “said Nagelsmann, who did not want to overestimate his own share in winning the title:” The title is a reward for the last season. This is a title that Hansi and the team deserve. “

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“I was there all August. Apart from a 63-year-old man, no one died. I would have known, we are a small village. ” On the phone, the secretary of the town hall of Néfiach is formal: in this town of 1,292 souls near Perpignan (Pyrénées-Orientales), no Evelyne Bailly has recently died, contrary to what a rumor shared on social networks reports. . “Evelyne Bailly, a 31-year-old mother, 3 children aged 2 to 10, received the Pfizer vaccine on August 3, can we read there. Immediate violent headaches. Stroke at work. She died 3 hours after the injection. The religious ceremony at the church on 8/10/21. ” Then follow three emoticons of praying hands and four hashtags like #BlanquerMent or # Manif14août.

In Néfiach, the church is fifteen meters from the town hall: a funeral, that would have been known. The person in charge of the sacred place does not appreciate it. “I am 80 years old. Rumors, I’m in love ”, she slices before cutting the conversation short. Information taken from local elected officials and the municipal police, the town hall of Néfiach is formal: “There was nothing, it’s bogus. ”

This false announcement of death, or at least very imprecise, is not a first. As early as December 2020, the American antivaxes spread the rumor that Tiffany Dover, a real American nurse suffering from discomfort after her first injection, had died, despite her denials and those of her relatives.

Read also “Where’s Nurse Tiffany Dover?” “: The conspiracy theory which obsesses the anti-vaccine spheres

Since the start of the Covid-19 vaccination campaign, activists who are hostile to it have redoubled their efforts to discredit vaccines, by amplifying and manipulating information on side effects. The posts on the networks or the elements of speech vary, but often use the same biases.

Read also: the tour of new vaccine rumors

The dramas shared by antivax are not all fictitious. But they are instrumentalized. Thus, a sign brandished during a demonstration against the sanitary pass on July 31 calls out: “Anthony Rio, 24, died of the vaccine on March 18, 2021. Let’s not forget that! And how many others? ” A reference to the death of a 24-year-old medical student, who died of thrombosis shortly after his first injection in the spring. The sign suggests that there are many other victims. We find in the press the cases of Joël Crochet, 63, in Haute-Savoie, or Marie-France, a 70-year-old woman, in Ariège, who died shortly after receiving a first injection. While it is always difficult to prove a certain cause and effect link, in these cases, the drug link is the subject of strong suspicion.

All these tragedies are linked to the same vaccine, that of the British laboratory AstraZeneca. In all, as of July 29, out of nearly 7.7 million injections performed in France, the National Medicines Monitoring Agency (ANSM) counted 58 cases of atypical thrombosis, including 13 deaths. What the sign does not say is that since these tragedies, the AstraZeneca vaccine is hardly used any more: by the end of May, it represented only 1% of the injections. Pfizer and Moderna, the two mainstream vaccines, are safer, if health officials are to be believed. Deaths have been reported after injections of these two vaccines, but “The elements transmitted do not indicate a potential role of the vaccine”, judge to date the ANSM.

The question of the link between the causes of death and vaccines is crucial. While medical authorities are careful not to assert anything that has not been the subject of scientific proof, anti-vaccine rhetoric does not fear rumors or rapid reconciliations. Widely-shared videos accuse vaccines of causing strokes: that of a firefighter in May, the most recent one of the wife of a 53-year-old man in intensive care for a ruptured aneurysm six days later his injection.

The confusion between consecution and correlation is trivial. If two events follow one another, it is common to see a cause and effect relationship. In some cases it is real. In others, it is a coincidence.

However, a large French study published in mid-July and covering those over 75 years of age showed that statistically, the risk of stroke did not increase with vaccination. This does not mean that these cardiovascular events are fictitious. But in the majority of cases, with the current state of knowledge, scientists believe that they are not related to the vaccine. In France, strokes affect around 150,000 people each year and cause 40,000 deaths.

Supporters of vaccine freedom often relay individual dramas or poignant testimonies, some not hesitating to quote figures without contextualizing them.

At the end of July, the French sociologist Laurent Mucchielli, close to the conspiratorial spheres, published in a blog hosted on Mediapart, a post co-signed with four other academics affirming that vaccination against Covid-19 “Leads to an unprecedented mortality in the history of modern medicine”. By citing the pharmacovigilance data of the ANSM, he counts “Nearly 1,000 deaths potentially linked to vaccination”. The news site eventually unpublished this post because it “Contravened [sa] participation charter, which prohibits the dissemination of false news ”. The National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), an organization for which the sociologist works, also publicly dissociated from this rostrum.

The influential American antivax Children’s Health Defense site (cited in France by naturopathic accounts) relied on data from the VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, equivalent of the ANSM database) to be alarmed in mid-August of the existence of “500,000 side effects in six months” and “Several thousand dead”.

The publications play on the confusion between “signals”, that is to say raw notifications entered into these databases, and “proven cases”, confirmed by the health authorities. « People report something after a vaccine, but that doesn’t mean it’s due to the vaccine ”, specifies Catherine Hill, epidemiologist at the Institut Gustave Roussy, interviewed by Agence France-Presse:

“You vaccinate 30 million people, during these three months, there are going to be people who are going to die because life goes on., the vaccine born not protect against all the causes of death that may occur. »

The very high number of reports can be explained by the massive scale of this vaccination campaign: more than 350 million doses were injected. In addition, the American VAERS system, open to all, is easily manipulated, and allows false notifications to be recorded, such as the (false) death of a 2-year-old girl, very much taken over by antivaxes.

A 2015 study already noted the risk of misinterpreting side effect notifications. “To generalize and draw conclusions about links between vaccines and deaths based on spontaneous reports on VAERS, some of which are anecdotal or secondhand reported, or cases reported in the media, is not a scientific practice. valid. “

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“I was there all August. Apart from a 63-year-old man, no one died. I would have known, we are a small village. ” On the phone, the secretary of the town hall of Néfiach is formal: in this town of 1,292 souls near Perpignan (Pyrénées-Orientales), no Evelyne Bailly has recently died, contrary to what a rumor shared on social networks reports. . “Evelyne Bailly, a 31-year-old mother, 3 children aged 2 to 10, received the Pfizer vaccine on August 3, can we read there. Immediate violent headaches. Stroke at work. She died 3 hours after the injection. The religious ceremony at the church on 8/10/21. ” Then follow three emoticons of praying hands and four hashtags like #BlanquerMent or # Manif14août.

In Néfiach, the church is fifteen meters from the town hall: a funeral, that would have been known. The person in charge of the sacred place does not appreciate it. “I am 80 years old. Rumors, I’m in love ”, she slices before cutting the conversation short. Information taken from local elected officials and the municipal police, the town hall of Néfiach is formal: “There was nothing, it’s bogus. ”

This false announcement of death, or at least very imprecise, is not a first. As early as December 2020, the American antivaxes spread the rumor that Tiffany Dover, a real American nurse suffering from discomfort after her first injection, had died, despite her denials and those of her relatives.

Read also “Where’s Nurse Tiffany Dover?” “: The conspiracy theory which obsesses the anti-vaccine spheres

Since the start of the Covid-19 vaccination campaign, activists who are hostile to it have redoubled their efforts to discredit vaccines, by amplifying and manipulating information on side effects. The posts on the networks or the elements of speech vary, but often use the same biases.

Read also: the tour of new vaccine rumors

The dramas shared by antivax are not all fictitious. But they are instrumentalized. Thus, a sign brandished during a demonstration against the sanitary pass on July 31 calls out: “Anthony Rio, 24, died of the vaccine on March 18, 2021. Let’s not forget that! And how many others? ” A reference to the death of a 24-year-old medical student, who died of thrombosis shortly after his first injection in the spring. The sign suggests that there are many other victims. We find in the press the cases of Joël Crochet, 63, in Haute-Savoie, or Marie-France, a 70-year-old woman, in Ariège, who died shortly after receiving a first injection. While it is always difficult to prove a certain cause and effect link, in these cases, the drug link is the subject of strong suspicion.

All these tragedies are linked to the same vaccine, that of the British laboratory AstraZeneca. In all, as of July 29, out of nearly 7.7 million injections performed in France, the National Medicines Monitoring Agency (ANSM) counted 58 cases of atypical thrombosis, including 13 deaths. What the sign does not say is that since these tragedies, the AstraZeneca vaccine is hardly used any more: by the end of May, it represented only 1% of the injections. Pfizer and Moderna, the two mainstream vaccines, are safer, if health officials are to be believed. Deaths have been reported after injections of these two vaccines, but “The elements transmitted do not indicate a potential role of the vaccine”, judge to date the ANSM.

The question of the link between the causes of death and vaccines is crucial. While medical authorities are careful not to assert anything that has not been the subject of scientific proof, anti-vaccine rhetoric does not fear rumors or rapid reconciliations. Widely-shared videos accuse vaccines of causing strokes: that of a firefighter in May, the most recent one of the wife of a 53-year-old man in intensive care for a ruptured aneurysm six days later his injection.

The confusion between consecution and correlation is trivial. If two events follow one another, it is common to see a cause and effect relationship. In some cases it is real. In others, it is a coincidence.

However, a large French study published in mid-July and covering those over 75 years of age showed that statistically, the risk of stroke did not increase with vaccination. This does not mean that these cardiovascular events are fictitious. But in the majority of cases, with the current state of knowledge, scientists believe that they are not related to the vaccine. In France, strokes affect around 150,000 people each year and cause 40,000 deaths.

Supporters of vaccine freedom often relay individual dramas or poignant testimonies, some not hesitating to quote figures without contextualizing them.

At the end of July, the French sociologist Laurent Mucchielli, close to the conspiratorial spheres, published in a blog hosted on Mediapart, a post co-signed with four other academics affirming that vaccination against Covid-19 “Leads to an unprecedented mortality in the history of modern medicine”. By citing the pharmacovigilance data of the ANSM, he counts “Nearly 1,000 deaths potentially linked to vaccination”. The news site eventually unpublished this post because it “Contravened [sa] participation charter, which prohibits the dissemination of false news ”. The National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), an organization for which the sociologist works, also publicly dissociated from this rostrum.

The influential American antivax Children’s Health Defense site (cited in France by naturopathic accounts) relied on data from the VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, equivalent of the ANSM database) to be alarmed in mid-August of the existence of “500,000 side effects in six months” and “Several thousand dead”.

The publications play on the confusion between “signals”, that is to say raw notifications entered into these databases, and “proven cases”, confirmed by the health authorities. « People report something after a vaccine, but that doesn’t mean it’s due to the vaccine ”, specifies Catherine Hill, epidemiologist at the Institut Gustave Roussy, interviewed by Agence France-Presse:

“You vaccinate 30 million people, during these three months, there are going to be people who are going to die because life goes on., the vaccine born not protect against all the causes of death that may occur. »

The very high number of reports can be explained by the massive scale of this vaccination campaign: more than 350 million doses were injected. In addition, the American VAERS system, open to all, is easily manipulated, and allows false notifications to be recorded, such as the (false) death of a 2-year-old girl, very much taken over by antivaxes.

A 2015 study already noted the risk of misinterpreting side effect notifications. “To generalize and draw conclusions about links between vaccines and deaths based on spontaneous reports on VAERS, some of which are anecdotal or secondhand reported, or cases reported in the media, is not a scientific practice. valid. “

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A European Vega rocket blasts off with nearly 700,000 pounds of thrust Monday night. Credit: ESA/CNES/Arianespace – Photo Optique Video du CSG – JM Guillon

A European Vega rocket launched from French Guiana Monday night with Airbus’s second Pléiades Neo remote sensing satellite, two European Space Agency CubeSats to track space weather, a student-built nanosatellite from Italy, and a small maritime surveillance payload from the French company Unseenlabs.

The Vega rocket’s solid-fueled booster stage ignited and vaulted the 98-toot-tall (30-meter) launcher off the pad at the Guiana Space Center in South America at 9:47:06 p.m. EDT Monday (0147:06 GMT Tuesday).

Heading north from the tropical spaceport, the Vega rocket exceeded the speed of sound in less than 30 seconds and shed its spent first stage about two minutes after liftoff. Two more solid-fueled motors fired in succession to send the mission’s five payloads into space.

The rocket’s Swiss-made payload shroud jettisoned after the initial climb above Earth’s atmosphere.

A liquid-fueled upper stage, known as the Attitude and Vernier Upper Module, ignited two times to maneuver the Pléiades Neo 4 spacecraft into its targeted polar orbit at an altitude of roughly 388 miles (625 kilometers). The satellite separated from the AVUM upper stage about 54-and-a-half minutes after liftoff.

Two more burns by the AVUM upper stage reduced the rocket’s altitude to around 344 miles (554 kilometers) for separation of four smaller rideshare payloads more than an hour-and-a-half into the mission.

Arianespace, the French company that oversees launches from the Guiana Space Center, declared the mission a success. It was the 17th successful flight of a Vega rocket in 19 launches since 2012.

The 2,032-pound (922-kilogram) Pléiades Neo 4 atellite will take a position in a similar orbit as the Pléiades Neo 3 spacecraft that launched in April, but will fly in a slot 180 degrees from its counterpart to begin enabling repeat coverage of the same location on Earth.

The Pléiades Neo satellites feature improvements over Airbus’s first-generation Pléiades Earth observation satellites launched in 2011 and 2012. The final two Pléiades Neo satellites will launch together on an a Vega C rocket — an upgraded variant of the Vega launcher — in 2022.

Airbus says it entirely funded the development of the Pléiades Neo satellites, with intentions to sell the imagery commercially to private companies and government users. The company announced the Pléiades Neo program in 2016, and Airbus assembles the Pléiades Neo spacecraft at its facility in Toulouse, France.

The four-satellite program is costing Airbus about 600 million euros, or roughly $700 million.

The Pléiades Neo satellites can produce optical imagery of Earth’s surface with a resolution of 11.8 inches, or 30 centimeters, according to Airbus. That’s good enough to resolve features such as vehicles and road markings.

“Pléiades Neo will offer a truly best-in-class capability to our customers and will strongly enhance our position in the very high-resolution market” said François Lombard, head of intelligence at Airbus Defence and Space. “The first images from Pléiades Neo 3 are outstanding and confirm that we took the right decision in terms of design and performance to address the increasingly demanding requirements of the geospatial sector.”

Artist’s concept of a Pléiades Neo satellite. Credit: Airbus

The imaging resolution of Airbus’s four Pléiades Neo satellites is comparable to the resolution provided by Maxar’s six-satellite WorldView Legion surveillance satellites due to begin launching next year. The companies are competitors, providing the highest-resolution Earth observation imagery on the global commercial market.

With the help of laser inter-satellite communications links, the Pléiades Neo satellites will be able to respond rapidly to tasking requests within 30 to 40 minutes, according to Airbus.

A single Pléiades Neo satellite, using a new agile pointing capability enabled by control moment gyroscopes, can turn side-to-side to observe the same location every two days. Once all four satellites are in orbit, the constellation will be able to image any location on Earth twice a day.

Each Pléiades Neo spacecraft is designed to operate for at least 10 years.

One Pléiades Neo satellite can collect images covering an area of nearly 200,000 square miles (500,000 square kilometers) every day, Airbus says.

Airbus released the first images from the Pléiades Neo 3 satellite in May. The company plans make commercial imagery from Pléiades Neo 3 available to customers later this year.

One of the rideshare payloads launched Monday night is a briefcase-sized six-unit CubeSat for a French startup company named Unseenlabs founded in 2015.

The small spacecraft, named BRO-4, is the fourth satellite in the company’s growing constellation designed to provide maritime surveillance services. The three previous satellites launched aboard Rocket Lab missions.

Unseenlabs says its fleet of nanosatellites will be able to locate and identify ships around the world, providing tracking services for maritime operators and helping security forces watch for pirates and smugglers. The company plans to build out a fleet of 20 to 25 nanosatellites by 2025.

The SunStorm CubeSat. Credit: ESA

Three small CubeSats sponsored by the European Space Agency also launched on the Vega rocket.

The RadCube spacecraft is a three-unit CubeSat was developed by a Hungarian company named C3S. Designed as a technology demonstration mission, RadCube carries instruments to measure radiation and magnetic fields in low Earth orbit, collecting important data for space weather forecasting.

ESA’s SunStorm CubeSat, developed by Reaktor Space Lab in Finland, will test a miniature solar X-ray flux monitor measuring X-ray missions from coronal mass ejections, huge eruptions from the sun’s surface that can generate space weather storms affecting satellite operations, and power grids and communications networks on Earth.

The instrument to be tested on the SunStorm nanosatellite is similar to a sensor ESA plans to fly on a future operational space weather monitoring mission.

The third ESA-supported CubeSat on Monday night’s launch was LEDSat, a small spacecraft developed by students at Sapienza University of Rome. The mission is designed to investigate the performance of Light Emitting Diodes as a way of tracking satellites in low Earth orbit, according to ESA.

ESA selected the LEDSat mission for a rideshare launch opportunity through the agency’s “Flight Your Satellite!” educational program.

Email the author.

Follow Stephen Clark on Twitter: @StephenClark1.

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A European Vega rocket blasts off with nearly 700,000 pounds of thrust Monday night. Credit: ESA/CNES/Arianespace – Photo Optique Video du CSG – JM Guillon

A European Vega rocket launched from French Guiana Monday night with Airbus’s second Pléiades Neo remote sensing satellite, two European Space Agency CubeSats to track space weather, a student-built nanosatellite from Italy, and a small maritime surveillance payload from the French company Unseenlabs.

The Vega rocket’s solid-fueled booster stage ignited and vaulted the 98-toot-tall (30-meter) launcher off the pad at the Guiana Space Center in South America at 9:47:06 p.m. EDT Monday (0147:06 GMT Tuesday).

Heading north from the tropical spaceport, the Vega rocket exceeded the speed of sound in less than 30 seconds and shed its spent first stage about two minutes after liftoff. Two more solid-fueled motors fired in succession to send the mission’s five payloads into space.

The rocket’s Swiss-made payload shroud jettisoned after the initial climb above Earth’s atmosphere.

A liquid-fueled upper stage, known as the Attitude and Vernier Upper Module, ignited two times to maneuver the Pléiades Neo 4 spacecraft into its targeted polar orbit at an altitude of roughly 388 miles (625 kilometers). The satellite separated from the AVUM upper stage about 54-and-a-half minutes after liftoff.

Two more burns by the AVUM upper stage reduced the rocket’s altitude to around 344 miles (554 kilometers) for separation of four smaller rideshare payloads more than an hour-and-a-half into the mission.

Arianespace, the French company that oversees launches from the Guiana Space Center, declared the mission a success. It was the 17th successful flight of a Vega rocket in 19 launches since 2012.

The 2,032-pound (922-kilogram) Pléiades Neo 4 atellite will take a position in a similar orbit as the Pléiades Neo 3 spacecraft that launched in April, but will fly in a slot 180 degrees from its counterpart to begin enabling repeat coverage of the same location on Earth.

The Pléiades Neo satellites feature improvements over Airbus’s first-generation Pléiades Earth observation satellites launched in 2011 and 2012. The final two Pléiades Neo satellites will launch together on an a Vega C rocket — an upgraded variant of the Vega launcher — in 2022.

Airbus says it entirely funded the development of the Pléiades Neo satellites, with intentions to sell the imagery commercially to private companies and government users. The company announced the Pléiades Neo program in 2016, and Airbus assembles the Pléiades Neo spacecraft at its facility in Toulouse, France.

The four-satellite program is costing Airbus about 600 million euros, or roughly $700 million.

The Pléiades Neo satellites can produce optical imagery of Earth’s surface with a resolution of 11.8 inches, or 30 centimeters, according to Airbus. That’s good enough to resolve features such as vehicles and road markings.

“Pléiades Neo will offer a truly best-in-class capability to our customers and will strongly enhance our position in the very high-resolution market” said François Lombard, head of intelligence at Airbus Defence and Space. “The first images from Pléiades Neo 3 are outstanding and confirm that we took the right decision in terms of design and performance to address the increasingly demanding requirements of the geospatial sector.”

Artist’s concept of a Pléiades Neo satellite. Credit: Airbus

The imaging resolution of Airbus’s four Pléiades Neo satellites is comparable to the resolution provided by Maxar’s six-satellite WorldView Legion surveillance satellites due to begin launching next year. The companies are competitors, providing the highest-resolution Earth observation imagery on the global commercial market.

With the help of laser inter-satellite communications links, the Pléiades Neo satellites will be able to respond rapidly to tasking requests within 30 to 40 minutes, according to Airbus.

A single Pléiades Neo satellite, using a new agile pointing capability enabled by control moment gyroscopes, can turn side-to-side to observe the same location every two days. Once all four satellites are in orbit, the constellation will be able to image any location on Earth twice a day.

Each Pléiades Neo spacecraft is designed to operate for at least 10 years.

One Pléiades Neo satellite can collect images covering an area of nearly 200,000 square miles (500,000 square kilometers) every day, Airbus says.

Airbus released the first images from the Pléiades Neo 3 satellite in May. The company plans make commercial imagery from Pléiades Neo 3 available to customers later this year.

One of the rideshare payloads launched Monday night is a briefcase-sized six-unit CubeSat for a French startup company named Unseenlabs founded in 2015.

The small spacecraft, named BRO-4, is the fourth satellite in the company’s growing constellation designed to provide maritime surveillance services. The three previous satellites launched aboard Rocket Lab missions.

Unseenlabs says its fleet of nanosatellites will be able to locate and identify ships around the world, providing tracking services for maritime operators and helping security forces watch for pirates and smugglers. The company plans to build out a fleet of 20 to 25 nanosatellites by 2025.

The SunStorm CubeSat. Credit: ESA

Three small CubeSats sponsored by the European Space Agency also launched on the Vega rocket.

The RadCube spacecraft is a three-unit CubeSat was developed by a Hungarian company named C3S. Designed as a technology demonstration mission, RadCube carries instruments to measure radiation and magnetic fields in low Earth orbit, collecting important data for space weather forecasting.

ESA’s SunStorm CubeSat, developed by Reaktor Space Lab in Finland, will test a miniature solar X-ray flux monitor measuring X-ray missions from coronal mass ejections, huge eruptions from the sun’s surface that can generate space weather storms affecting satellite operations, and power grids and communications networks on Earth.

The instrument to be tested on the SunStorm nanosatellite is similar to a sensor ESA plans to fly on a future operational space weather monitoring mission.

The third ESA-supported CubeSat on Monday night’s launch was LEDSat, a small spacecraft developed by students at Sapienza University of Rome. The mission is designed to investigate the performance of Light Emitting Diodes as a way of tracking satellites in low Earth orbit, according to ESA.

ESA selected the LEDSat mission for a rideshare launch opportunity through the agency’s “Flight Your Satellite!” educational program.

Email the author.

Follow Stephen Clark on Twitter: @StephenClark1.

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