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Kukum is the story of “The innue Atlantis”, the story of a vanished kingdom. That of an ancestral territory submerged, in the proper sense, by the waters of hydraulic dams built on the rivers of northern Quebec by the colonists, that of a culture erased by the “progress” brought by these same colonists. His memory still haunts his survivors today, these Native communities now reduced to living in “reserves” or to being damaged in large Quebec cities. The book also relentlessly stings the bad conscience of Canadians, guilty of this “Cultural genocide” – recognized by the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, in June -, who has never obtained redress.

Read also Canada unveils plan to end violence against Indigenous women

Forced sedentarization

Kukum (“Grandmother”, in the Innu language) is first of all a touching love story between Almanda, the author’s own great-grandmother, Michel Jean, a young orphan of Irish origin born in 1877, and Thomas Simeon, a “Indian with copper skin” that she saw one day appear on the Péribonka River. By marrying him, she adopts her culture, learns about an ancient language and knowledge, discovers a life of freedom, that of the first peoples of the continent, listening to the cycles of nature, which face winter. in the remote forest of Passes-Dangereuses and settle in the summer in their camp on the shores of Lake Pekuakami (Lake Saint-Jean) to sell the hides and furs of hunted animals to the Hudson’s Bay Company.

But if Almanda blends into this new world, she also witnesses its slow destruction. Over the course of the story, elements emerge which will gradually disrupt, then eradicate, a way of life and a culture. Deforestation that scares game away. The logging, these thousands of tree trunks intended for the pulp mills which invade the rivers and cut off overnight access to the ancestral territory, transforming this nomadic people into unhappy and bitter sedentary people. The know-how of the elders which is forgotten, the Innu language which is lost, the alcohol in which a people is drowning.

A broken culture

“After our land, they took away the only thing we had left, our children. “ Almanda tells of one of the worst enterprises of the Canadian settlers, which will last almost until the end of the XXe century: indigenous children torn from their families to be sent to religious boarding schools. The discovery on May 28 of the bones of 215 Aboriginal children buried in a mass grave at one of these “Indian” residential schools in British Columbia rekindled the sorrow of these communities. “They have whitewashed our morals, but who can forget who he really is? Not me “, concludes Michel Jean, an Innu himself, the custodian of the history of his people.

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Kukum is the story of “The innue Atlantis”, the story of a vanished kingdom. That of an ancestral territory submerged, in the proper sense, by the waters of hydraulic dams built on the rivers of northern Quebec by the colonists, that of a culture erased by the “progress” brought by these same colonists. His memory still haunts his survivors today, these Native communities now reduced to living in “reserves” or to being damaged in large Quebec cities. The book also relentlessly stings the bad conscience of Canadians, guilty of this “Cultural genocide” – recognized by the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, in June -, who has never obtained redress.

Read also Canada unveils plan to end violence against Indigenous women

Forced sedentarization

Kukum (“Grandmother”, in the Innu language) is first of all a touching love story between Almanda, the author’s own great-grandmother, Michel Jean, a young orphan of Irish origin born in 1877, and Thomas Simeon, a “Indian with copper skin” that she saw one day appear on the Péribonka River. By marrying him, she adopts her culture, learns about an ancient language and knowledge, discovers a life of freedom, that of the first peoples of the continent, listening to the cycles of nature, which face winter. in the remote forest of Passes-Dangereuses and settle in the summer in their camp on the shores of Lake Pekuakami (Lake Saint-Jean) to sell the hides and furs of hunted animals to the Hudson’s Bay Company.

But if Almanda blends into this new world, she also witnesses its slow destruction. Over the course of the story, elements emerge which will gradually disrupt, then eradicate, a way of life and a culture. Deforestation that scares game away. The logging, these thousands of tree trunks intended for the pulp mills which invade the rivers and cut off overnight access to the ancestral territory, transforming this nomadic people into unhappy and bitter sedentary people. The know-how of the elders which is forgotten, the Innu language which is lost, the alcohol in which a people is drowning.

A broken culture

“After our land, they took away the only thing we had left, our children. “ Almanda tells of one of the worst enterprises of the Canadian settlers, which will last almost until the end of the XXe century: indigenous children torn from their families to be sent to religious boarding schools. The discovery on May 28 of the bones of 215 Aboriginal children buried in a mass grave at one of these “Indian” residential schools in British Columbia rekindled the sorrow of these communities. “They have whitewashed our morals, but who can forget who he really is? Not me “, concludes Michel Jean, an Innu himself, the custodian of the history of his people.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1628169439) } [1]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(54) "ever more Channel crossings to reach the English coast" ["link"]=> string(80) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/ever-more-channel-crossings-to-reach-the-english-coast/" ["comments"]=> string(88) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/ever-more-channel-crossings-to-reach-the-english-coast/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(3) "Sam" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 05 Aug 2021 13:06:50 +0000" ["category"]=> string(39) "EuropeChannelcoastcrossingsEnglishreach" ["guid"]=> string(80) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/ever-more-channel-crossings-to-reach-the-english-coast/" ["description"]=> string(324) "According to the British news agency PA, more than 10,000 people have crossed the Channel since the start of the year. MATT DUNHAM / AP At least 482 migrants crossed the Channel on Wednesday August 4 to reach the English coast, the British Home Office announced Thursday, this is the highest daily figure recorded so …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4293) "

At least 482 migrants crossed the Channel on Wednesday August 4 to reach the English coast, the British Home Office announced Thursday, this is the highest daily figure recorded so far. The previous one dated July 19, with 430 arrivals in one day.

Although the ministry does not communicate a cumulative balance sheet, according to the count of the British press agency PA, more than 10,000 people have crossed the Strait, one of the busiest in the world, since the start of the year. , aboard small boats, which is much more than during the whole of last year (more than 8,000).

French authorities intercepted eight crossings on Wednesday, preventing 246 people from reaching the UK, according to the UK Home Office. According to Commander Dan O’Mahoney, in charge of the “clandestine threat” in the Channel, “These figures are unacceptable, which is why we are acting on all fronts”. “The police are dismantling the smuggling gangs”, and “Joint work with the French has made it possible to double the number of police officers on French beaches”, he added.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also La Manche, the other sea where migrants’ dreams are drowned

Reform of the British asylum system

The question is regularly the source of friction between London and Paris, but the United Kingdom pledged, at the end of July, to pay 62.7 million euros to France in 2021-2022 to finance the reinforcement. the presence of French law enforcement on the coasts.

The British Parliament began before the summer recess to pass Home Secretary Priti Patel’s reform of the asylum system, marking a tightening promised under Brexit. Presented by the Minister as “Fair but firm”, but denounced by associations for the defense of human rights, this reform, which aims to discourage illegal immigration, plans to treat asylum seekers differently depending on whether they have arrived in the country legally or illegally.

Concretely, the bill plans to increase to four years, from six months currently, the prison sentence incurred by migrants who seek to enter the country illegally, and to increase the maximum sentence incurred by smugglers to prison. for life – against fourteen years’ imprisonment at present.

Read the op-ed: “It is no longer possible to consider migrants as subhumans who can be left to die at sea”

The World with AFP

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At least 482 migrants crossed the Channel on Wednesday August 4 to reach the English coast, the British Home Office announced Thursday, this is the highest daily figure recorded so far. The previous one dated July 19, with 430 arrivals in one day.

Although the ministry does not communicate a cumulative balance sheet, according to the count of the British press agency PA, more than 10,000 people have crossed the Strait, one of the busiest in the world, since the start of the year. , aboard small boats, which is much more than during the whole of last year (more than 8,000).

French authorities intercepted eight crossings on Wednesday, preventing 246 people from reaching the UK, according to the UK Home Office. According to Commander Dan O’Mahoney, in charge of the “clandestine threat” in the Channel, “These figures are unacceptable, which is why we are acting on all fronts”. “The police are dismantling the smuggling gangs”, and “Joint work with the French has made it possible to double the number of police officers on French beaches”, he added.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also La Manche, the other sea where migrants’ dreams are drowned

Reform of the British asylum system

The question is regularly the source of friction between London and Paris, but the United Kingdom pledged, at the end of July, to pay 62.7 million euros to France in 2021-2022 to finance the reinforcement. the presence of French law enforcement on the coasts.

The British Parliament began before the summer recess to pass Home Secretary Priti Patel’s reform of the asylum system, marking a tightening promised under Brexit. Presented by the Minister as “Fair but firm”, but denounced by associations for the defense of human rights, this reform, which aims to discourage illegal immigration, plans to treat asylum seekers differently depending on whether they have arrived in the country legally or illegally.

Concretely, the bill plans to increase to four years, from six months currently, the prison sentence incurred by migrants who seek to enter the country illegally, and to increase the maximum sentence incurred by smugglers to prison. for life – against fourteen years’ imprisonment at present.

Read the op-ed: “It is no longer possible to consider migrants as subhumans who can be left to die at sea”

The World with AFP

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1628168810) } [2]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(63) "Football: Prestigious victory promotes Salzburg’s development" ["link"]=> string(85) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/football-prestigious-victory-promotes-salzburgs-development/" ["comments"]=> string(93) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/football-prestigious-victory-promotes-salzburgs-development/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(3) "Sam" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 05 Aug 2021 12:52:14 +0000" ["category"]=> string(59) "SportdevelopmentfootballPrestigiouspromotesSalzburgsvictory" ["guid"]=> string(85) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/football-prestigious-victory-promotes-salzburgs-development/" ["description"]=> string(342) "Barcelona did not have all the stars on board, above all the vacationing superstar Lionel Messi was missing, but the guests brought a lot of quality to the place. Salzburg still dominated the Spanish club at times and crushed it with uncompromising pressing – not only the spectators liked that. “Especially with the fans, you …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6052) "

Barcelona did not have all the stars on board, above all the vacationing superstar Lionel Messi was missing, but the guests brought a lot of quality to the place. Salzburg still dominated the Spanish club at times and crushed it with uncompromising pressing – not only the spectators liked that.

“Especially with the fans, you saw again that the guys put all their horsepower on the road. I was extremely impressed by the way they played against a top team, ”said coach Matthias Jaissle, whose team stepped on the accelerator from minute one to minute 90 in the stadium in Wals-Siezenheim, which was sold out with 29,520 spectators.

Greedy on and off the field

The style gives the 33-year-old, who went full throttle on the sidelines for 90 minutes and pushed the boundaries of the coaching zone into new dimensions, confidence. “When you notice that what you do with passion is crowned with success, you march on, believe in it, want to develop further and are excited for victories. You can see that in the players at the moment. “

GEPA / David Geieregger

A rare moment: Jaissle stands halfway still on the sidelines

With a team that had been replaced, Salzburg pushed half the pace and were rewarded with two goals just before half-time and the final whistle. Brenden Aaronson scored the much-acclaimed final score (90th), Luka Sucic took the overdue lead (43rd). “We are extremely happy about the win, we countered well and also found opportunities. It should be 3-0 or 4-0 in the first half and then it’s game over. We made it exciting again, but in the end we deservedly won. “

Sucic, analyzing dryly, was probably more emotional than usual when he scored. “Barcelona is my favorite club, when you score against them, it’s all the more beautiful,” said the 19-year-old Croat who played in the Champions League last season. but then an injury in the spring set it back a little. While Karim Adeyemi not only underpinned his positive development with the next submission, Noah Okafor acted unhappy and missed two huge opportunities – the most expensive purchase in club history at 11.2 million euros (2020) does not really want to arrive.

Jaissle wants to keep the ball flat

Naturally, the guests from Barcelona also had chances. “You can’t keep a top team like FC Barcelona under control for 90 minutes, so we had to expect them to show up here and there in front of our goal,” said Jaissle, praising his team at the same time. “You have to endure that you don’t conquer every ball. But we were always greedy at the right time and all in all it was a really good game of ours. “

Not the first time this season if you look at the previous three competitive games and the two test games, all of which have been won. “I want to keep the ball flat, things are going very well at the moment. But you also have to give the guys the time and allow them if things don’t go that well, ”said Jaissle, who and his team will have to face the first major test in a competition in the Champions League play-off. But they seem to be prepared for the duels against Brondby Copenhagen.

Demir has hope

Barcelona still have a few days until the start of the season on August 15, the defeat in Salzburg after the training camp in Donaueschingen is no break for the Catalan club. “We knew it was going to be difficult. It wasn’t really a friendly game, they stopped many situations with fouls ”, coach Ronald Koeman told Servus TV. Like his captain Sergio Busquets, the Dutchman had complained to the referee about the Salzburg approach.

Yusuf Demir (Barcelona)

GEPA/Patrick Steiner

Yusuf Demir came on late, but animated the game and equalized on the field

But Barcelona presented themselves not only on the defensive with room for improvement. With ÖFB legionnaire Demir, a breath of fresh air came into the offensive game in the finish, which Koeman did not miss. The Vienna loan from Rapid, actually planned for Barcelona B, should have used his chance in preparation. Appearances in competitive games in the fighting team seem quite realistic. “If he continues like this, then maybe yes,” said Koeman. “He’s a good young player. He will have opportunities to play. “

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Barcelona did not have all the stars on board, above all the vacationing superstar Lionel Messi was missing, but the guests brought a lot of quality to the place. Salzburg still dominated the Spanish club at times and crushed it with uncompromising pressing – not only the spectators liked that.

“Especially with the fans, you saw again that the guys put all their horsepower on the road. I was extremely impressed by the way they played against a top team, ”said coach Matthias Jaissle, whose team stepped on the accelerator from minute one to minute 90 in the stadium in Wals-Siezenheim, which was sold out with 29,520 spectators.

Greedy on and off the field

The style gives the 33-year-old, who went full throttle on the sidelines for 90 minutes and pushed the boundaries of the coaching zone into new dimensions, confidence. “When you notice that what you do with passion is crowned with success, you march on, believe in it, want to develop further and are excited for victories. You can see that in the players at the moment. “

GEPA / David Geieregger

A rare moment: Jaissle stands halfway still on the sidelines

With a team that had been replaced, Salzburg pushed half the pace and were rewarded with two goals just before half-time and the final whistle. Brenden Aaronson scored the much-acclaimed final score (90th), Luka Sucic took the overdue lead (43rd). “We are extremely happy about the win, we countered well and also found opportunities. It should be 3-0 or 4-0 in the first half and then it’s game over. We made it exciting again, but in the end we deservedly won. “

Sucic, analyzing dryly, was probably more emotional than usual when he scored. “Barcelona is my favorite club, when you score against them, it’s all the more beautiful,” said the 19-year-old Croat who played in the Champions League last season. but then an injury in the spring set it back a little. While Karim Adeyemi not only underpinned his positive development with the next submission, Noah Okafor acted unhappy and missed two huge opportunities – the most expensive purchase in club history at 11.2 million euros (2020) does not really want to arrive.

Jaissle wants to keep the ball flat

Naturally, the guests from Barcelona also had chances. “You can’t keep a top team like FC Barcelona under control for 90 minutes, so we had to expect them to show up here and there in front of our goal,” said Jaissle, praising his team at the same time. “You have to endure that you don’t conquer every ball. But we were always greedy at the right time and all in all it was a really good game of ours. “

Not the first time this season if you look at the previous three competitive games and the two test games, all of which have been won. “I want to keep the ball flat, things are going very well at the moment. But you also have to give the guys the time and allow them if things don’t go that well, ”said Jaissle, who and his team will have to face the first major test in a competition in the Champions League play-off. But they seem to be prepared for the duels against Brondby Copenhagen.

Demir has hope

Barcelona still have a few days until the start of the season on August 15, the defeat in Salzburg after the training camp in Donaueschingen is no break for the Catalan club. “We knew it was going to be difficult. It wasn’t really a friendly game, they stopped many situations with fouls ”, coach Ronald Koeman told Servus TV. Like his captain Sergio Busquets, the Dutchman had complained to the referee about the Salzburg approach.

Yusuf Demir (Barcelona)

GEPA/Patrick Steiner

Yusuf Demir came on late, but animated the game and equalized on the field

But Barcelona presented themselves not only on the defensive with room for improvement. With ÖFB legionnaire Demir, a breath of fresh air came into the offensive game in the finish, which Koeman did not miss. The Vienna loan from Rapid, actually planned for Barcelona B, should have used his chance in preparation. Appearances in competitive games in the fighting team seem quite realistic. “If he continues like this, then maybe yes,” said Koeman. “He’s a good young player. He will have opportunities to play. “

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1628167934) } [3]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(71) "New SpaceX “Starship” rocket explodes after test flight – economy" ["link"]=> string(87) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/new-spacex-starship-rocket-explodes-after-test-flight-economy/" ["comments"]=> string(95) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/new-spacex-starship-rocket-explodes-after-test-flight-economy/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Peter Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 05 Aug 2021 12:46:32 +0000" ["category"]=> string(100) "SpacebusinesseconomyElon MuskexplodesflightrocketSouthgerman newspaperSpace travelSpacexStarshiptest" ["guid"]=> string(87) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/new-spacex-starship-rocket-explodes-after-test-flight-economy/" ["description"]=> string(332) "For SpaceX founder Elon Musk, it is still a success because important phases of the flight worked. And: He got all the data that was needed. The flight was largely successful, Space-X only has to practice a bit when landing: The Californian rocket manufacturer has another prototype of its future lunar and Mars spaceship in …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4380) "

For SpaceX founder Elon Musk, it is still a success because important phases of the flight worked. And: He got all the data that was needed.

The flight was largely successful, Space-X only has to practice a bit when landing: The Californian rocket manufacturer has another prototype of its future lunar and Mars spaceship in the Texan coastal town of Boca Chica on Wednesday afternoon local time Starship tested. The approximately 50 meter high rocket made of stainless steel with the designation SN 8 (serial number 8) was to reach a height of 12.5 kilometers for the first time and then touch down again at the launch site. After a successful ascent, the engines switched off, and about four and a half minutes after take-off, the vehicle went sideways as planned in order to brake – a test for returning to Earth after a mission in space. Less than two minutes later, the engines re-ignited to bring the rocket into the vertical landing position. It is not a matter of course in space travel that such a difficult maneuver works right away. At first it looked like a precision landing for the prototype, but it touched down too quickly and exploded.

“The pressure in the fuel tank was low during the landing, which led to a high touchdown speed and RUD, but we have all the data we need!” Tweeted Space-X boss Elon Musk. With the euphemism RUD he is a “Rapid Unscheduled Disassembly“said – a” quick, unscheduled dismantling “.

Due to a problem with the engine, the test flight was canceled on Tuesday about 1.3 seconds before the scheduled start. Also on Wednesday there was only one start aborted, which is part of such tests. In previous tests, a prototype had been shot up to around 150 meters. The aim of the experiments is to test individual elements of the new rocket. Starship According to Musk’s plans, it will be transporting freight and people to the moon and Mars in a few years. “Mars, we’re coming,” commented Musk after Wednesday’s test. One of the next test flights could already go into orbit.

The SpaceX founder wants Starship make it completely reusable. In the Falcon-9Missiles that Space-X uses for flights to the ISS space station, among other things, return rocket stages and fairings back to Earth in order to be used again.

.

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For SpaceX founder Elon Musk, it is still a success because important phases of the flight worked. And: He got all the data that was needed.

The flight was largely successful, Space-X only has to practice a bit when landing: The Californian rocket manufacturer has another prototype of its future lunar and Mars spaceship in the Texan coastal town of Boca Chica on Wednesday afternoon local time Starship tested. The approximately 50 meter high rocket made of stainless steel with the designation SN 8 (serial number 8) was to reach a height of 12.5 kilometers for the first time and then touch down again at the launch site. After a successful ascent, the engines switched off, and about four and a half minutes after take-off, the vehicle went sideways as planned in order to brake – a test for returning to Earth after a mission in space. Less than two minutes later, the engines re-ignited to bring the rocket into the vertical landing position. It is not a matter of course in space travel that such a difficult maneuver works right away. At first it looked like a precision landing for the prototype, but it touched down too quickly and exploded.

“The pressure in the fuel tank was low during the landing, which led to a high touchdown speed and RUD, but we have all the data we need!” Tweeted Space-X boss Elon Musk. With the euphemism RUD he is a “Rapid Unscheduled Disassembly“said – a” quick, unscheduled dismantling “.

Due to a problem with the engine, the test flight was canceled on Tuesday about 1.3 seconds before the scheduled start. Also on Wednesday there was only one start aborted, which is part of such tests. In previous tests, a prototype had been shot up to around 150 meters. The aim of the experiments is to test individual elements of the new rocket. Starship According to Musk’s plans, it will be transporting freight and people to the moon and Mars in a few years. “Mars, we’re coming,” commented Musk after Wednesday’s test. One of the next test flights could already go into orbit.

The SpaceX founder wants Starship make it completely reusable. In the Falcon-9Missiles that Space-X uses for flights to the ISS space station, among other things, return rocket stages and fairings back to Earth in order to be used again.

.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1628167592) } [4]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(108) "Olympic champion got the world talking about knitting, but there are several celebrities who have this hobby" ["link"]=> string(133) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/olympic-champion-got-the-world-talking-about-knitting-but-there-are-several-celebrities-who-have-this-hobby/" ["comments"]=> string(141) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/olympic-champion-got-the-world-talking-about-knitting-but-there-are-several-celebrities-who-have-this-hobby/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(5) "Susan" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 05 Aug 2021 12:20:09 +0000" ["category"]=> string(58) "HobbiescelebritieschampionhobbyknittingOlympictalkingworld" ["guid"]=> string(133) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/olympic-champion-got-the-world-talking-about-knitting-but-there-are-several-celebrities-who-have-this-hobby/" ["description"]=> string(298) "Tom Daley won the gold medal in Tokyo, but it was his images knitting in the stands that made him world famous in recent days. However, this practice has long been popular with many Hollywood celebrities. To live 1 2 min. 26 minutes ago Hobbies Tom Daley won the gold medal in Tokyo, but it …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(8508) "

Tom Daley won the gold medal in Tokyo, but it was his images knitting in the stands that made him world famous in recent days. However, this practice has long been popular with many Hollywood celebrities.

To live

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2 min.

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Tom Daley won the gold medal in Tokyo, but it was his images knitting in the stands that made him world famous in recent days. However, this practice has long been popular with many Hollywood celebrities.

British athlete Tom Daley caught the eye in Tokyo by winning the gold medal in synchronized jumping, alongside Matty Lee, but also in his spare time and while watching his colleagues’ competitions give way to another passion: knitting.

For the Olympic champion, who has an Instagram page dedicated to the art of knitting, doing it during the Olympic Games was a form of therapy to relieve the pressure of high competition. “The only thing that kept me sane throughout this whole process was my love of knitting, crochet and sewing,” she said on her Instagram account “Madewithlovebytomdaley“, in a video where he showed a knitted bag to carry his gold medal.

Tom Daley, who is also an activist for the LGBT cause and one of the first Olympic athletes to speak openly about his homosexuality, managed to reconcile support for other colleagues in competition with knitting, alternating attention to knits with observation and applause at the tests of the other athletes, as in the female final of the synchronized jump.

From Tokyo he takes, in addition to a gold medal and the respective bag that he sewed, a knitted jacket that he knitted alluding to his participation in these Olympics.

But if Tom Daley surprised the world with this hobby in what is the most important sporting event in the world, let those who think that this is an exclusively female art and from the time of grandparents be disappointed.

There are many celebrities in Hollywood, for example, including several men, who have joined the passion for knitting for several years. In the years 2013, 2014, there was even a kind of “knitting mania” (“knitting mania”), as the Italian magazine ‘Elle’ recalls. Among knitting lovers, as a hobby and therapy, came the names of Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe.

The ‘Drive’ actor said, in an interview with ‘Vanity Fair’, that during the shooting of a scene from the movie ‘Lars and True Love’ he was “in a room full of old ladies who were knitting”. “It was a whole day scene, so they taught me how to do [tricô]. It was one of the most relaxing days of my life,” he then stated.

In the 1990s, Russell Crowe was photographed knitting for a magazine shoot. Staging or reflection of personal taste, what is certain is that the image has become a myth and the Australian actor is still considered today as a reference and inspiration for other male knitters. In an interview with ‘Wired’ last year, the hero of ‘Gladiator’ did not completely undid his belief and revealed that as a child his mother taught him to knit.

Who can’t do without knitting and crochet and has been known for this for several years is Julia Roberts. The actress takes this practice so seriously that in 2011, the team of the film ‘Larry Crowne’, who co-stars with Tom Hanks, played a prank on her, inspired by her hobby, as illustrated in the video below.

360 videos are not supported here. Watch the video on the Youtube application.

In the filming of the film ‘Mad Max: Road to Fury’, which premiered in 2015, actor Nicholas Hoult also took advantage of the moments of break to knit.

David Arquette, Meryl Streep and Amanda Seyfried are other actors known, too, for their love of knitting.

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Tom Daley won the gold medal in Tokyo, but it was his images knitting in the stands that made him world famous in recent days. However, this practice has long been popular with many Hollywood celebrities.

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2 min.

26 minutes ago

Hobbies

Tom Daley won the gold medal in Tokyo, but it was his images knitting in the stands that made him world famous in recent days. However, this practice has long been popular with many Hollywood celebrities.

British athlete Tom Daley caught the eye in Tokyo by winning the gold medal in synchronized jumping, alongside Matty Lee, but also in his spare time and while watching his colleagues’ competitions give way to another passion: knitting.

For the Olympic champion, who has an Instagram page dedicated to the art of knitting, doing it during the Olympic Games was a form of therapy to relieve the pressure of high competition. “The only thing that kept me sane throughout this whole process was my love of knitting, crochet and sewing,” she said on her Instagram account “Madewithlovebytomdaley“, in a video where he showed a knitted bag to carry his gold medal.

Tom Daley, who is also an activist for the LGBT cause and one of the first Olympic athletes to speak openly about his homosexuality, managed to reconcile support for other colleagues in competition with knitting, alternating attention to knits with observation and applause at the tests of the other athletes, as in the female final of the synchronized jump.

From Tokyo he takes, in addition to a gold medal and the respective bag that he sewed, a knitted jacket that he knitted alluding to his participation in these Olympics.

But if Tom Daley surprised the world with this hobby in what is the most important sporting event in the world, let those who think that this is an exclusively female art and from the time of grandparents be disappointed.

There are many celebrities in Hollywood, for example, including several men, who have joined the passion for knitting for several years. In the years 2013, 2014, there was even a kind of “knitting mania” (“knitting mania”), as the Italian magazine ‘Elle’ recalls. Among knitting lovers, as a hobby and therapy, came the names of Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe.

The ‘Drive’ actor said, in an interview with ‘Vanity Fair’, that during the shooting of a scene from the movie ‘Lars and True Love’ he was “in a room full of old ladies who were knitting”. “It was a whole day scene, so they taught me how to do [tricô]. It was one of the most relaxing days of my life,” he then stated.

In the 1990s, Russell Crowe was photographed knitting for a magazine shoot. Staging or reflection of personal taste, what is certain is that the image has become a myth and the Australian actor is still considered today as a reference and inspiration for other male knitters. In an interview with ‘Wired’ last year, the hero of ‘Gladiator’ did not completely undid his belief and revealed that as a child his mother taught him to knit.

Who can’t do without knitting and crochet and has been known for this for several years is Julia Roberts. The actress takes this practice so seriously that in 2011, the team of the film ‘Larry Crowne’, who co-stars with Tom Hanks, played a prank on her, inspired by her hobby, as illustrated in the video below.

360 videos are not supported here. Watch the video on the Youtube application.

In the filming of the film ‘Mad Max: Road to Fury’, which premiered in 2015, actor Nicholas Hoult also took advantage of the moments of break to knit.

David Arquette, Meryl Streep and Amanda Seyfried are other actors known, too, for their love of knitting.

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Costanzo Iaccarino, president of Federalberghi Campania

“The effects of the extension of the anti-Covid restrictive measures for entry into Italy are already being felt: we thank the Italian Government for the obtuseness shown and we are preparing to witness with dismay the damage caused to the hotel sector”: so Costanzo Iaccarino, regional president of Federalberghi, comments cancellation of all flights to Naples scheduled by Jet2 for the 2021 season, as well as the related allotments in accommodation facilities.

The low-cost airline, which offers scheduled and charter flights from the United Kingdom, has in fact decided to cancel the connections with immediate effect due to the uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the quarantine imposed by the Italian authorities on those arriving in the national territory from Great Britain and the consequent weakening of demand. “We had warned the government by underlining how irrational the restrictions imposed on British travelers for health reasons were – continues Iaccarino – In response, the Minister of Health extended the obligation of fiduciary isolation to August 30 for five days. The first effect is the cancellation of flights by Jet2 ».

According to the president of Federalberghi, however, the worst is yet to come: “What has just happened demonstrates what we have been saying for some time, namely that certain restrictions discourage bookings, make a holiday in Italy impossible and damage especially those regions, such as Campania. , which have always been the good retirement of British holidaymakers. The consequences of the choices made by the Government will soon make it clear how difficult it is to welcome in our country without a minimum of planning: all this will lead to a shortening of the tourist season with significant repercussions on the entire economic system. And we hope that the disaster will stop here ».

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Costanzo Iaccarino, president of Federalberghi Campania

“The effects of the extension of the anti-Covid restrictive measures for entry into Italy are already being felt: we thank the Italian Government for the obtuseness shown and we are preparing to witness with dismay the damage caused to the hotel sector”: so Costanzo Iaccarino, regional president of Federalberghi, comments cancellation of all flights to Naples scheduled by Jet2 for the 2021 season, as well as the related allotments in accommodation facilities.

The low-cost airline, which offers scheduled and charter flights from the United Kingdom, has in fact decided to cancel the connections with immediate effect due to the uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the quarantine imposed by the Italian authorities on those arriving in the national territory from Great Britain and the consequent weakening of demand. “We had warned the government by underlining how irrational the restrictions imposed on British travelers for health reasons were – continues Iaccarino – In response, the Minister of Health extended the obligation of fiduciary isolation to August 30 for five days. The first effect is the cancellation of flights by Jet2 ».

According to the president of Federalberghi, however, the worst is yet to come: “What has just happened demonstrates what we have been saying for some time, namely that certain restrictions discourage bookings, make a holiday in Italy impossible and damage especially those regions, such as Campania. , which have always been the good retirement of British holidaymakers. The consequences of the choices made by the Government will soon make it clear how difficult it is to welcome in our country without a minimum of planning: all this will lead to a shortening of the tourist season with significant repercussions on the entire economic system. And we hope that the disaster will stop here ».

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1628164277) } [6]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(80) "Corona: “Vaccination campaign revolved around majority society for too long”" ["link"]=> string(99) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/corona-vaccination-campaign-revolved-around-majority-society-for-too-long/" ["comments"]=> string(107) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/corona-vaccination-campaign-revolved-around-majority-society-for-too-long/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(3) "Sam" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 05 Aug 2021 11:50:21 +0000" ["category"]=> string(172) "SportBarkow ConsultingBerlincampaigncoronaCrimeaHoward CarpendaleKlauth-JanlongMajorityNeuköllnNicolai SavaskanrevolvedsocietytexttospeechUschi Glasvaccinationvaccinations" ["guid"]=> string(99) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/corona-vaccination-campaign-revolved-around-majority-society-for-too-long/" ["description"]=> string(365) "Dhe politicians have been talking about “low-threshold vaccination offers” for weeks. But it turns out that incentives such as bratwurst and Co. are not enough. The Düsseldorf consulting firm Barkow Consulting has calculated that even if the number of daily first vaccinations does not decrease any further, but remains stable at the current level, the …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(22864) "

Dhe politicians have been talking about “low-threshold vaccination offers” for weeks. But it turns out that incentives such as bratwurst and Co. are not enough. The Düsseldorf consulting firm Barkow Consulting has calculated that even if the number of daily first vaccinations does not decrease any further, but remains stable at the current level, the rate at the end of September would still be below 70 percent.

So what to do when people are difficult to reach, hesitant or poorly informed? In the WELT interview, the medical officer Nicolai Savaskan reports on his multilingual persuasion work on the street. Not an easy job in Berlin-Neukölln.

WORLD: Mr. Savaskan, the federal government is promoting vaccination with Günther Jauch and Uschi Glas. Now a commercial was launched with the new edition of an 80s hit by Howard Carpendale. Do you convince such young people in the migrant communities?

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Nicolai Savaksan: If you put one and one together, probably not. But I take a pragmatic view: If data is collected and it is measured how many people are really reached by the campaign, why not?

WORLD: Would you have liked to see more celebrities with a migrant background included? The advertising faces don’t really reflect the demographic average.

Savaskan: Exactly – what we need now are draft horses. If Howard Carpendale is one – okay. But maybe not in districts like Neukölln. It is more municipal experts who know the target audience better and know how to reach the local people.

WORLD: So the next vaccination commercial with Capital Bra instead of Carpendale?

also read

The number of daily vaccinations is going down.  Jens Spahn (CDU) provides for a tough treatment of unvaccinated people

Savaskan: I could well imagine myself in Neukölln. But the district is diverse, so “Die Ärzte” is also well received here.

WORLD: But seriously: the US has won artists like Olivia Rodrigo for their campaign. It has a huge reach among young people – and is perhaps more convincing than some politicians.

Savaskan: That’s right! In my opinion, communication in Germany is generally far too deficit-oriented – the core message is sometimes lost or even comes across incorrectly. Often there is a warning: Even those who are vaccinated can still get Covid. What really has to get through: Those who are vaccinated are 99.99 percent protected from serious illness and death.

WORLD: Last year it was said that migrants and non-native speakers had been neglected by the state for a long time in the Corona education. Do you experience the same with vaccination?

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Unvaccinated and their reasons

Savaskan: Yes, but this also applies to native speakers with low educational and social status. I tend to speak of “hard-to-reach groups”. They haven’t received important information for too long.

WORLD: However, migrants in particular generally have poorer access to medical care.

Savaskan: Sure, many people lack access, or to put it another way: there are too many barriers. So it is no surprise that they are less well informed about vaccinations. At the same time, they are more prone to disinformation. Statistics show: the lower the educational and social status, the worse the state of health. Incidentally, this is independent of ethnic groups.

One thing is certain: the proportion of migrants among the low-income groups is high. But that only migrants are vaccinated less often would be a fallacy à la Thilo Sarrazin. Because that dissolves in the correlation. Our experience shows: Migrants with a high level of education are vaccinated.

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WORLD: So the state should have taken care of other groups earlier?

Savaskan: Absolutely, the vaccination campaign has been all about majority society and fair vaccine distribution for too long. The hard-to-reach should have been included earlier and better.

WORLD: And how exactly do you succeed now, for example on the street in Neukölln?

Savaskan: The best way to get into the milieus is through the interplay of social work and health care. Kiez managers who know the people and their problems work together with doctors and so-called health guides who recognize the need for medical action at an early stage.

“Further increase vaccination dynamics”

CSU regional group leader Alexander Dobrindt criticizes the free voter leader Hubert Aiwanger for refusing to vaccinate. In the WELT interview, Dobrindt explains that restrictions for unvaccinated people are not the goal, but that incentives must be created.

WORLD: the SPD politician Karl Lauterbach has long been calling for vaccinations in front of shisha bars and on nightlife areas.

Savaskan: In any case, more needs to be done if we are to close the last vaccination gaps. We won’t be able to do that from our desk.

WORLD: What is your preliminary conclusion about the work on the street?

Savaskan: By the end of July, the health authorities, absurdly, had no vaccine at all. Now we can finally use this sharpest weapon in the fight against the pandemic. To be honest, there is an incredibly difficult road ahead of us to further increase the quota. Far too few people are still vaccinated.

That’s why I think it’s a mistake that the vaccination centers are now closing in rows. This creates false expectations of the health authorities, which are now supposed to do the rest. But the last ten, 15 percent are the most difficult.

also read

If we were still dealing with the original virus, a refresher would probably not be necessary, says immunologist Christine Falk

WORLD: The Federal Center for Health Education has now translated the “vaccination book for everyone”, which explains how the vaccine works, into Turkish, Arabic and Russian. And the integration officer Annette Widmann-Mauz (CDU) calls for “vaccination offers tailored to migrants” – both after almost eight months of vaccination campaigns. Again: isn’t crisis management too late?

Savaskan: Yes, unfortunately much too late. In general, one has to say: The prevention concept in the population medical sense is severely underdeveloped in Germany, the municipalities need more support from the federal headquarters. I’m not talking about classic cancer prevention, but rather problems such as high sugar consumption, obesity or loneliness – which can often be observed in Neukölln. Not enough is happening in social psychiatric care either, as the pandemic has shown. And there we are again with vaccination: the best prevention in the pandemic.

WORLD: In Berlin and other large cities, more and more young people are now getting infected. The incidence in the group between 20 and 24 last week in your neighboring district of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg was almost 200.

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Savaskan: In Neukölln the numbers are similar, which is worrying because the vaccination gaps among younger people are still very large. We can now see how well this group copes with infections and whether the hospitalization rates increase. You could say this is an involuntary live attempt.

WORLD: Or ask the question whether you can get used to it.

Savaskan: I wish we could. If we rarely see severe courses, then yes. But we still have no real certainty that all young people who are not vaccinated will get through the fourth wave well and will not suffer long-term damage. It is therefore a risk.

WORLD: In Berlin, people even advocated fencing in parks to keep young people from partying. Would you have agreed?

also read

No wonder the youngsters miss parties after the months of restrictions

Savaskan: No. But why not just vaccinate where there is a party? A family doctor would probably clap his hands over his head. From an epidemiological point of view, however, one could say: Perhaps that is exactly what the vaccinee would do anyway. There is nothing socially speaking against vaccinating at parties. But maybe you should give a “you already” on the way.

WORLD: That would actually be a “low-threshold vaccination offer”.

Savaskan: Right. In an exceptional situation like the pandemic, medical dogmatism has to be ignored. Before we do the mentioned field test, in which young people become infected en masse, we should really simply offer vaccinations.

“Those who are not vaccinated not only endanger themselves, but also others”

The Ministry of Health has presented a new concept for autumn in case the corona numbers should rise again. Unvaccinated people could therefore be worse off than vaccinated people. Is it mandatory to have a vaccination through the back door, Mr. Lauterbach?

Source: WELT / Lena Mosel

.

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Dhe politicians have been talking about “low-threshold vaccination offers” for weeks. But it turns out that incentives such as bratwurst and Co. are not enough. The Düsseldorf consulting firm Barkow Consulting has calculated that even if the number of daily first vaccinations does not decrease any further, but remains stable at the current level, the rate at the end of September would still be below 70 percent.

So what to do when people are difficult to reach, hesitant or poorly informed? In the WELT interview, the medical officer Nicolai Savaskan reports on his multilingual persuasion work on the street. Not an easy job in Berlin-Neukölln.

WORLD: Mr. Savaskan, the federal government is promoting vaccination with Günther Jauch and Uschi Glas. Now a commercial was launched with the new edition of an 80s hit by Howard Carpendale. Do you convince such young people in the migrant communities?

also read

Nicolai Savaksan: If you put one and one together, probably not. But I take a pragmatic view: If data is collected and it is measured how many people are really reached by the campaign, why not?

WORLD: Would you have liked to see more celebrities with a migrant background included? The advertising faces don’t really reflect the demographic average.

Savaskan: Exactly – what we need now are draft horses. If Howard Carpendale is one – okay. But maybe not in districts like Neukölln. It is more municipal experts who know the target audience better and know how to reach the local people.

WORLD: So the next vaccination commercial with Capital Bra instead of Carpendale?

also read

The number of daily vaccinations is going down.  Jens Spahn (CDU) provides for a tough treatment of unvaccinated people

Savaskan: I could well imagine myself in Neukölln. But the district is diverse, so “Die Ärzte” is also well received here.

WORLD: But seriously: the US has won artists like Olivia Rodrigo for their campaign. It has a huge reach among young people – and is perhaps more convincing than some politicians.

Savaskan: That’s right! In my opinion, communication in Germany is generally far too deficit-oriented – the core message is sometimes lost or even comes across incorrectly. Often there is a warning: Even those who are vaccinated can still get Covid. What really has to get through: Those who are vaccinated are 99.99 percent protected from serious illness and death.

WORLD: Last year it was said that migrants and non-native speakers had been neglected by the state for a long time in the Corona education. Do you experience the same with vaccination?

also read

Status: ungeimpft

Unvaccinated and their reasons

Savaskan: Yes, but this also applies to native speakers with low educational and social status. I tend to speak of “hard-to-reach groups”. They haven’t received important information for too long.

WORLD: However, migrants in particular generally have poorer access to medical care.

Savaskan: Sure, many people lack access, or to put it another way: there are too many barriers. So it is no surprise that they are less well informed about vaccinations. At the same time, they are more prone to disinformation. Statistics show: the lower the educational and social status, the worse the state of health. Incidentally, this is independent of ethnic groups.

One thing is certain: the proportion of migrants among the low-income groups is high. But that only migrants are vaccinated less often would be a fallacy à la Thilo Sarrazin. Because that dissolves in the correlation. Our experience shows: Migrants with a high level of education are vaccinated.

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WORLD: So the state should have taken care of other groups earlier?

Savaskan: Absolutely, the vaccination campaign has been all about majority society and fair vaccine distribution for too long. The hard-to-reach should have been included earlier and better.

WORLD: And how exactly do you succeed now, for example on the street in Neukölln?

Savaskan: The best way to get into the milieus is through the interplay of social work and health care. Kiez managers who know the people and their problems work together with doctors and so-called health guides who recognize the need for medical action at an early stage.

“Further increase vaccination dynamics”

CSU regional group leader Alexander Dobrindt criticizes the free voter leader Hubert Aiwanger for refusing to vaccinate. In the WELT interview, Dobrindt explains that restrictions for unvaccinated people are not the goal, but that incentives must be created.

WORLD: the SPD politician Karl Lauterbach has long been calling for vaccinations in front of shisha bars and on nightlife areas.

Savaskan: In any case, more needs to be done if we are to close the last vaccination gaps. We won’t be able to do that from our desk.

WORLD: What is your preliminary conclusion about the work on the street?

Savaskan: By the end of July, the health authorities, absurdly, had no vaccine at all. Now we can finally use this sharpest weapon in the fight against the pandemic. To be honest, there is an incredibly difficult road ahead of us to further increase the quota. Far too few people are still vaccinated.

That’s why I think it’s a mistake that the vaccination centers are now closing in rows. This creates false expectations of the health authorities, which are now supposed to do the rest. But the last ten, 15 percent are the most difficult.

also read

If we were still dealing with the original virus, a refresher would probably not be necessary, says immunologist Christine Falk

WORLD: The Federal Center for Health Education has now translated the “vaccination book for everyone”, which explains how the vaccine works, into Turkish, Arabic and Russian. And the integration officer Annette Widmann-Mauz (CDU) calls for “vaccination offers tailored to migrants” – both after almost eight months of vaccination campaigns. Again: isn’t crisis management too late?

Savaskan: Yes, unfortunately much too late. In general, one has to say: The prevention concept in the population medical sense is severely underdeveloped in Germany, the municipalities need more support from the federal headquarters. I’m not talking about classic cancer prevention, but rather problems such as high sugar consumption, obesity or loneliness – which can often be observed in Neukölln. Not enough is happening in social psychiatric care either, as the pandemic has shown. And there we are again with vaccination: the best prevention in the pandemic.

WORLD: In Berlin and other large cities, more and more young people are now getting infected. The incidence in the group between 20 and 24 last week in your neighboring district of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg was almost 200.

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Savaskan: In Neukölln the numbers are similar, which is worrying because the vaccination gaps among younger people are still very large. We can now see how well this group copes with infections and whether the hospitalization rates increase. You could say this is an involuntary live attempt.

WORLD: Or ask the question whether you can get used to it.

Savaskan: I wish we could. If we rarely see severe courses, then yes. But we still have no real certainty that all young people who are not vaccinated will get through the fourth wave well and will not suffer long-term damage. It is therefore a risk.

WORLD: In Berlin, people even advocated fencing in parks to keep young people from partying. Would you have agreed?

also read

No wonder the youngsters miss parties after the months of restrictions

Savaskan: No. But why not just vaccinate where there is a party? A family doctor would probably clap his hands over his head. From an epidemiological point of view, however, one could say: Perhaps that is exactly what the vaccinee would do anyway. There is nothing socially speaking against vaccinating at parties. But maybe you should give a “you already” on the way.

WORLD: That would actually be a “low-threshold vaccination offer”.

Savaskan: Right. In an exceptional situation like the pandemic, medical dogmatism has to be ignored. Before we do the mentioned field test, in which young people become infected en masse, we should really simply offer vaccinations.

“Those who are not vaccinated not only endanger themselves, but also others”

The Ministry of Health has presented a new concept for autumn in case the corona numbers should rise again. Unvaccinated people could therefore be worse off than vaccinated people. Is it mandatory to have a vaccination through the back door, Mr. Lauterbach?

Source: WELT / Lena Mosel

.

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Scientists from the University of Edinburgh (UK) say that each year two archipelagos in the Russian Arctic lose so much ice that the resulting water would fill nearly 5 million Olympic swimming pools. We are talking about Novaya Zemlya and the Northern Land, administratively part of the Russian Federation.

According to these calculations, in the years 2010-2018, the islands occupying approx. 130 thousand. square kilometers lost 14 billion tons of ice annually. Estimates based on satellite data indicated that the magnitude of the thaw occurring at that time would translate into flooding of more than two meters of water in an area corresponding to the area of ​​the Netherlands.

The cause, according to scientists, lies in the warming of the Arctic Ocean. Researchers analyzed data from the ESA CryoSat-2 satellite (launched for the European Space Agency in April 2010), which monitors the distribution and mass characteristics of the Earth’s ice sheet (using a radar altimeter). A comparison with climate data showed a direct relationship between climate change statistics and recorded thaws. The described ice loss is expected to affect other ice layers in the area, potentially accelerating their melting.

The study brings further evidence that conditions in the region are increasingly similar to those in a much warmer region in the North Atlantic, the researchers point out. The information and satellite data collected here are also crucial in predicting the scale of future ice loss – also in other regions with similar changes in temperature. Linked to these results, further sea level rise forecasts are implemented.

The CryoSat-2 scientific system, which provided data for these studies, was adapted to accurately measure the thickness of ocean and sea ice, as well as areas of ice and mountain glaciers. The initial assumption of the satellite mission, initially calculated for 3.5 years, was primarily to determine the annual fluctuations in the accumulation of the ice cover.

For this purpose, altimeters using synthetic aperture radar (SIRAL-2 instruments) were used. The devices allowed the assessment of the size of ice floes and parts of icebergs protruding above the water (similar to the ERS-1 satellite before, with CryoSat-2 providing 20 times greater spatial resolution: 250 meters, compared to 5000 m ERS-1).

The assumed accuracy of the CryoSat-2 satellite apparatus in measuring changes in ice thickness for the Arctic sea cover is 1.6 cm / year. In turn, for the regional ice cover on land it is 3.3 cm / year, and for the Antarctic ice sheet – 0.17 cm / year.

Source: PAP / ESA


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Scientists from the University of Edinburgh (UK) say that each year two archipelagos in the Russian Arctic lose so much ice that the resulting water would fill nearly 5 million Olympic swimming pools. We are talking about Novaya Zemlya and the Northern Land, administratively part of the Russian Federation.

According to these calculations, in the years 2010-2018, the islands occupying approx. 130 thousand. square kilometers lost 14 billion tons of ice annually. Estimates based on satellite data indicated that the magnitude of the thaw occurring at that time would translate into flooding of more than two meters of water in an area corresponding to the area of ​​the Netherlands.

The cause, according to scientists, lies in the warming of the Arctic Ocean. Researchers analyzed data from the ESA CryoSat-2 satellite (launched for the European Space Agency in April 2010), which monitors the distribution and mass characteristics of the Earth’s ice sheet (using a radar altimeter). A comparison with climate data showed a direct relationship between climate change statistics and recorded thaws. The described ice loss is expected to affect other ice layers in the area, potentially accelerating their melting.

The study brings further evidence that conditions in the region are increasingly similar to those in a much warmer region in the North Atlantic, the researchers point out. The information and satellite data collected here are also crucial in predicting the scale of future ice loss – also in other regions with similar changes in temperature. Linked to these results, further sea level rise forecasts are implemented.

The CryoSat-2 scientific system, which provided data for these studies, was adapted to accurately measure the thickness of ocean and sea ice, as well as areas of ice and mountain glaciers. The initial assumption of the satellite mission, initially calculated for 3.5 years, was primarily to determine the annual fluctuations in the accumulation of the ice cover.

For this purpose, altimeters using synthetic aperture radar (SIRAL-2 instruments) were used. The devices allowed the assessment of the size of ice floes and parts of icebergs protruding above the water (similar to the ERS-1 satellite before, with CryoSat-2 providing 20 times greater spatial resolution: 250 meters, compared to 5000 m ERS-1).

The assumed accuracy of the CryoSat-2 satellite apparatus in measuring changes in ice thickness for the Arctic sea cover is 1.6 cm / year. In turn, for the regional ice cover on land it is 3.3 cm / year, and for the Antarctic ice sheet – 0.17 cm / year.

Source: PAP / ESA


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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1628163955) } [8]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(49) "Hundreds of fires still rage in Greece and Turkey" ["link"]=> string(77) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/hundreds-of-fires-still-rage-in-greece-and-turkey-3/" ["comments"]=> string(85) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/hundreds-of-fires-still-rage-in-greece-and-turkey-3/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 05 Aug 2021 11:35:55 +0000" ["category"]=> string(42) "InternationalfiresGreecehundredsrageTurkey" ["guid"]=> string(77) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/hundreds-of-fires-still-rage-in-greece-and-turkey-3/" ["description"]=> string(357) "The extreme heat wave that has raged for more than a week in the eastern Mediterranean basin is not weakening, fueling unprecedented fires in Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria, Italy and Albania. As the evacuations of thousands of residents and tourists continue, the flames devastating Greece on Thursday August 5 are particularly close to historic sites in …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9497) "

The extreme heat wave that has raged for more than a week in the eastern Mediterranean basin is not weakening, fueling unprecedented fires in Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria, Italy and Albania.

As the evacuations of thousands of residents and tourists continue, the flames devastating Greece on Thursday August 5 are particularly close to historic sites in Olympia and the island of Euboea. In Turkey, a thermal power station is in danger of catching fire. These fires, which could recur, or even intensify, in the decades to come, are linked to climate change, according to scientists.

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A plane dumps water on the blazes near the village of ancient Olympia, western Greece, on August 5.

In the western Peloponnese, after battling the flames overnight, firefighters seem to have managed to preserve the archaeological site of Olympia, who now appears to be out of danger, said on ANT1 television Greek Minister of Culture and Sports Lina Mendoni.

Large forces were deployed near the village of ancient Olympia, to protect the site of the first Olympic Games in antiquity. More than 170 firefighters, aided by fifty vehicles and six helicopters and water bombers, were still fighting, assisted by reinforcements from the army.

After having burned twenty houses, “The fire front is now heading towards the Lala area”, a mountainous forest area, northeast of the ancient site, said the prefect, Nektarios Farmakis, interviewed by the Greek news agency ANA on Thursday morning. The village of ancient Olympia, usually crowded with tourists at this time of year, along with six other nearby towns, had been evacuated the day before.

Equivalent forces were deployed on the immense Evia island, some 200 kilometers east of Athens, the scene of a violent and uncontrolled fire. The fire broke out on Tuesday in mountainous and wooded terrain, dried up by the scorching temperatures of the last few days.

Hundreds of houses burned down, as well as more than 25,000 hectares of pine forest, according to initial estimates. About 90 people were evacuated by sea on Wednesday from Rovies beach in the northwest of the island by the Greek coast guard.

According to Giannis Tsapourniotis, the mayor of a village in Evia, Mantoudi, the fire of great virulence is evolving on four fronts, one of which is moving uncontrollably west of the monastery of Saint David, evacuated from force Wednesday. Thursday morning, the wind strengthened and the air resources were struggling to fly over the fires, because visibility is limited due to the thick smoke. Two additional villages were evacuated in the morning, reports the ANA.

Firefighters said Thursday morning that they had had to manage 92 forest fires in the last twenty-four hours in Greece, out of the 118 counted Wednesday evening by the Deputy Minister of Civil Protection, Nikos Hardalias. “We are making a titanic effort on several fronts”, he said during a press briefing.

Another fire was in progress Messinia, in the south of the Peloponnesus, where six towns were evacuated as a precaution, according to firefighters.

  • Evacuations in Turkey, flames at the gates of a thermal power plant

The fire near the Kemerkoy thermal power plant, near the Aegean city of Milas, on August 4, 2021.

Turkish rescuers began on Thursday to evacuate hundreds of residents by sea, as a fire approached dangerously a thermal power plant, which stores thousands of tons of coal. At the sound of evacuation alarms, the inhabitants piled up the few things they had been able to save from their homes on board the coast guard boats, mobilized in the port of Oren, not far from the town of Milas, near which is the central.

The local authorities assured that the hydrogen tanks, used to cool the power station which runs on fuel and coal, had been emptied and filled with water as a precaution. “But there is a risk that the fire will spread to the thousands of tons of coal that are inside”, a regional official, Osman Gurun, worried to journalists.

Images, posted online Wednesday by the mayor of Milas, Muhammet Tokat, showed a sharp fire at the doors of the plant. “The plant is in the process of total evacuation”, he tweeted. “You’ve been begging and warning you for days. The fire surrounded the plant “, he had written during the day, asking “That a water bomber plane be sent here urgently”.

The fire was first brought under control on Wednesday thanks to two water bombers sent by Spain and helicopters, which had dumped water on the wooded peaks and nearby residential areas. The flames had left again in the afternoon.

The opposition criticized President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for failing to maintain his fleet of water bombers, and for having been slow to accept international aid. The Turkish head of state, who was giving a live television interview on Wednesday evening when the announcement of the evacuation fell, admitted that the central “Risked being destroyed by fire”.

More than 180 fires have ravaged forests and farmland, as well as inhabited areas on Turkey’s Mediterranean coasts since last Wednesday. The fires, which have already killed eight people, have also seriously affected tourist sites, which had recently been able to resume their activities after months of restrictions linked to the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to the European Union’s satellite monitoring service, the “Radiative power” fires in Turkey have reached an intensity ” unprecedented “ since 2003. Turkish Agriculture Minister Bekir Pakdemirli said temperatures in the Aegean city of Marmaris reached an all-time high of 45.5 ° C this week.

Le Monde with AFP and Reuters

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The extreme heat wave that has raged for more than a week in the eastern Mediterranean basin is not weakening, fueling unprecedented fires in Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria, Italy and Albania.

As the evacuations of thousands of residents and tourists continue, the flames devastating Greece on Thursday August 5 are particularly close to historic sites in Olympia and the island of Euboea. In Turkey, a thermal power station is in danger of catching fire. These fires, which could recur, or even intensify, in the decades to come, are linked to climate change, according to scientists.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also In Turkey and Greece, a heatwave and fires of historic magnitude
  • In Greece, the protected archaeological site of Olympia, the island of Euboea is set ablaze

A plane dumps water on the blazes near the village of ancient Olympia, western Greece, on August 5.

In the western Peloponnese, after battling the flames overnight, firefighters seem to have managed to preserve the archaeological site of Olympia, who now appears to be out of danger, said on ANT1 television Greek Minister of Culture and Sports Lina Mendoni.

Large forces were deployed near the village of ancient Olympia, to protect the site of the first Olympic Games in antiquity. More than 170 firefighters, aided by fifty vehicles and six helicopters and water bombers, were still fighting, assisted by reinforcements from the army.

After having burned twenty houses, “The fire front is now heading towards the Lala area”, a mountainous forest area, northeast of the ancient site, said the prefect, Nektarios Farmakis, interviewed by the Greek news agency ANA on Thursday morning. The village of ancient Olympia, usually crowded with tourists at this time of year, along with six other nearby towns, had been evacuated the day before.

Equivalent forces were deployed on the immense Evia island, some 200 kilometers east of Athens, the scene of a violent and uncontrolled fire. The fire broke out on Tuesday in mountainous and wooded terrain, dried up by the scorching temperatures of the last few days.

Hundreds of houses burned down, as well as more than 25,000 hectares of pine forest, according to initial estimates. About 90 people were evacuated by sea on Wednesday from Rovies beach in the northwest of the island by the Greek coast guard.

According to Giannis Tsapourniotis, the mayor of a village in Evia, Mantoudi, the fire of great virulence is evolving on four fronts, one of which is moving uncontrollably west of the monastery of Saint David, evacuated from force Wednesday. Thursday morning, the wind strengthened and the air resources were struggling to fly over the fires, because visibility is limited due to the thick smoke. Two additional villages were evacuated in the morning, reports the ANA.

Firefighters said Thursday morning that they had had to manage 92 forest fires in the last twenty-four hours in Greece, out of the 118 counted Wednesday evening by the Deputy Minister of Civil Protection, Nikos Hardalias. “We are making a titanic effort on several fronts”, he said during a press briefing.

Another fire was in progress Messinia, in the south of the Peloponnesus, where six towns were evacuated as a precaution, according to firefighters.

  • Evacuations in Turkey, flames at the gates of a thermal power plant

The fire near the Kemerkoy thermal power plant, near the Aegean city of Milas, on August 4, 2021.

Turkish rescuers began on Thursday to evacuate hundreds of residents by sea, as a fire approached dangerously a thermal power plant, which stores thousands of tons of coal. At the sound of evacuation alarms, the inhabitants piled up the few things they had been able to save from their homes on board the coast guard boats, mobilized in the port of Oren, not far from the town of Milas, near which is the central.

The local authorities assured that the hydrogen tanks, used to cool the power station which runs on fuel and coal, had been emptied and filled with water as a precaution. “But there is a risk that the fire will spread to the thousands of tons of coal that are inside”, a regional official, Osman Gurun, worried to journalists.

Images, posted online Wednesday by the mayor of Milas, Muhammet Tokat, showed a sharp fire at the doors of the plant. “The plant is in the process of total evacuation”, he tweeted. “You’ve been begging and warning you for days. The fire surrounded the plant “, he had written during the day, asking “That a water bomber plane be sent here urgently”.

The fire was first brought under control on Wednesday thanks to two water bombers sent by Spain and helicopters, which had dumped water on the wooded peaks and nearby residential areas. The flames had left again in the afternoon.

The opposition criticized President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for failing to maintain his fleet of water bombers, and for having been slow to accept international aid. The Turkish head of state, who was giving a live television interview on Wednesday evening when the announcement of the evacuation fell, admitted that the central “Risked being destroyed by fire”.

More than 180 fires have ravaged forests and farmland, as well as inhabited areas on Turkey’s Mediterranean coasts since last Wednesday. The fires, which have already killed eight people, have also seriously affected tourist sites, which had recently been able to resume their activities after months of restrictions linked to the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to the European Union’s satellite monitoring service, the “Radiative power” fires in Turkey have reached an intensity ” unprecedented “ since 2003. Turkish Agriculture Minister Bekir Pakdemirli said temperatures in the Aegean city of Marmaris reached an all-time high of 45.5 ° C this week.

Le Monde with AFP and Reuters

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If difficult times come, you need people in the team you can rely on.

Getty Images / ilkercelik

about the author
Beatrice Kahl is Head of HR at Xayn, the secure European search engine. She previously worked for Deloitte & Touche, Deutsche Telekom and CrossEngage.

Corona or not: The pandemic has shown us all that crises can come faster than expected – and that every company can be happy when it has resilient employees. But how do I know if someone is well prepared for potential crises? HR managers can already get a good picture in the application phase – for example during an interview. These tips and tricks will help.

Self-awareness: listening to yourself

In order to be able to deal with crises well, one needs a basic skill: a healthy self-awareness in the literal sense. Can someone take care of themselves? That doesn’t mean you should be looking for Instagram wellness mindfulness gurus now. Apart from these high-gloss facades, crisis resistance is about whether people can perceive and communicate what they themselves need in order to survive critical phases.

At first glance, it may seem tempting to hire a workaholic who doesn’t value anything other than his or her work. But firstly, the burn-out is actually only a matter of time and secondly, sheer quantity does not mean class. Instead, get team members who deal with stress and crises and with themselves considerately – be it with hobbies like archery, bouldering or collecting stamps.

Of course, an interview is not the appropriate place to pester people with questions about their personal life crises. But you can ask, for example, what people do to compensate for their work and what helps them to relax.

Empathy: empathize with others

Not having empathy quickly becomes a breaking point in times of crisis. We all deal with stress differently and have different warning signs. So that you don’t rock each other up in a negative spiral to the point of a big bang, it is all the more important that team members understand that other people may think differently from themselves, but can still put themselves in their shoes. This ties in seamlessly with self-awareness: If I know myself, can interpret my warning signals and then also be able to show indulgence with myself, I can do this better with my team – and probably also better recognize when the colleague is taking a short break or the colleague needs a word of encouragement.

Business journalism for a digital world

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If difficult times come, you need people in the team you can rely on.

Getty Images / ilkercelik

about the author
Beatrice Kahl is Head of HR at Xayn, the secure European search engine. She previously worked for Deloitte & Touche, Deutsche Telekom and CrossEngage.

Corona or not: The pandemic has shown us all that crises can come faster than expected – and that every company can be happy when it has resilient employees. But how do I know if someone is well prepared for potential crises? HR managers can already get a good picture in the application phase – for example during an interview. These tips and tricks will help.

Self-awareness: listening to yourself

In order to be able to deal with crises well, one needs a basic skill: a healthy self-awareness in the literal sense. Can someone take care of themselves? That doesn’t mean you should be looking for Instagram wellness mindfulness gurus now. Apart from these high-gloss facades, crisis resistance is about whether people can perceive and communicate what they themselves need in order to survive critical phases.

At first glance, it may seem tempting to hire a workaholic who doesn’t value anything other than his or her work. But firstly, the burn-out is actually only a matter of time and secondly, sheer quantity does not mean class. Instead, get team members who deal with stress and crises and with themselves considerately – be it with hobbies like archery, bouldering or collecting stamps.

Of course, an interview is not the appropriate place to pester people with questions about their personal life crises. But you can ask, for example, what people do to compensate for their work and what helps them to relax.

Empathy: empathize with others

Not having empathy quickly becomes a breaking point in times of crisis. We all deal with stress differently and have different warning signs. So that you don’t rock each other up in a negative spiral to the point of a big bang, it is all the more important that team members understand that other people may think differently from themselves, but can still put themselves in their shoes. This ties in seamlessly with self-awareness: If I know myself, can interpret my warning signals and then also be able to show indulgence with myself, I can do this better with my team – and probably also better recognize when the colleague is taking a short break or the colleague needs a word of encouragement.

Business journalism for a digital world

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