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                    [description] => La partita perfetta. Il manager di Boston Alex Cora ha ricevuto il regalo migliore nel giorno del suo 46esimo compleanno: una partita senza pensieri, anzi con solo pensieri positivi. Un?altra prestazione mostruosa in attacco. Un monte di lancio che si scopre solido come francamente non è mai stato in tutta la stagione. I Red Sox ... Read more
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La partita perfetta. Il manager di Boston Alex Cora ha ricevuto il regalo migliore nel giorno del suo 46esimo compleanno: una partita senza pensieri, anzi con solo pensieri positivi. Un?altra prestazione mostruosa in attacco. Un monte di lancio che si scopre solido come francamente non è mai stato in tutta la stagione. I Red Sox hanno un feeling particolare con la postseason: è il loro clima ideale. Quando ci arrivano, sono capaci di qualsiasi impresa. Negli anni 2000 hanno più volte dato la sensazione di essere una squadra in missione, se arrivano a giocare in ottobre. Ora sono in missione. Li fermi chi può.

 

Houston in gara 3 non ha potuto, travolta 12 a 3. Come nella seconda partita della serie, Boston ha sistemato subito tutto entro le prime due riprese. E? stato ancora un grande slam a dare il via allo show offensivo di Boston. Il fuoricampo a basi piene, il colpo da 4 punti. Il massimo che puoi raccogliere in attacco con una sola battuta. Questa volta è stato Kyle Schwarber. Boston è diventata l?unica squadra nella storia a mettere a segno 3 grandi slam in una serie di postseason (e non è ancora finita?). E? un attacco contagioso quello di Boston, tutti vanno con convinzione nel box di battuta. E tutti fanno danni. In gara 3 si sono aggiunti i fuoricampo di Arroyo, Martinez e Devers. Se anche una mazza abbastanza mite come quella di Arroyo comincia a fare fuoricampo?Houston non è stata in grado di reagire, tenuta a bada anche dalla buona partita di Eduardo Rodriguez sul monte di lancio. La difesa degli Astros non regge questa insopportabile pressione. Ha commesso due errori, anche uno dei suoi giocatori migliori come Josè Altuve è indotto a sbagliare.

 

Con 20 fuoricampo in 8 partite di postseason, Boston sembra invincibile. Durerà finchè dura un attacco così performante. La serie ora è 2 a 1 per i Red Sox e c?è ancora tanto baseball da giocare. Houston ha subìto, forse come mai le era capitato negli ultimi anni, ma con una vittoria rimetterebbe le cose in parità.

Come ha detto Dusty Baker, il 72enne manager degli Astros, ogni partita vale 1. La perdi di tanto o di poco, è sempre una sola sconfitta. Ogni giorno il sole sorge ed è un giorno nuovo. La mancanza dell?infortunato Lance McCullers, il miglior lanciatore degli Astros, è un?assenza che pesa tantissimo. Ma se c?è una squadra che ha l?esperienza e il carattere per risorgere, questa è Houston. 

Nella grande notte dello Sport Usa, due partite live di Mlb su Sky Sport  

leggi anche



Tutte le partite NBA su Sky: la programmazione

Stanotte doppio appuntamento con la postseason MLB, in contemporanea con l?apertura della stagione NBA. Dalle ore 23 su Sky Sport Arena gara 3 a Los Angeles tra Dodgers e Braves (Atlanta in vantaggio 2 a 0 nella serie). Dalle ore 2 invece gara 4 a Boston tra Red Sox e Astros su Sky Sport Action (2-1 Boston).

) [summary] => La partita perfetta. Il manager di Boston Alex Cora ha ricevuto il regalo migliore nel giorno del suo 46esimo compleanno: una partita senza pensieri, anzi con solo pensieri positivi. Un?altra prestazione mostruosa in attacco. Un monte di lancio che si scopre solido come francamente non è mai stato in tutta la stagione. I Red Sox ... Read more [atom_content] =>

La partita perfetta. Il manager di Boston Alex Cora ha ricevuto il regalo migliore nel giorno del suo 46esimo compleanno: una partita senza pensieri, anzi con solo pensieri positivi. Un?altra prestazione mostruosa in attacco. Un monte di lancio che si scopre solido come francamente non è mai stato in tutta la stagione. I Red Sox hanno un feeling particolare con la postseason: è il loro clima ideale. Quando ci arrivano, sono capaci di qualsiasi impresa. Negli anni 2000 hanno più volte dato la sensazione di essere una squadra in missione, se arrivano a giocare in ottobre. Ora sono in missione. Li fermi chi può.

 

Houston in gara 3 non ha potuto, travolta 12 a 3. Come nella seconda partita della serie, Boston ha sistemato subito tutto entro le prime due riprese. E? stato ancora un grande slam a dare il via allo show offensivo di Boston. Il fuoricampo a basi piene, il colpo da 4 punti. Il massimo che puoi raccogliere in attacco con una sola battuta. Questa volta è stato Kyle Schwarber. Boston è diventata l?unica squadra nella storia a mettere a segno 3 grandi slam in una serie di postseason (e non è ancora finita?). E? un attacco contagioso quello di Boston, tutti vanno con convinzione nel box di battuta. E tutti fanno danni. In gara 3 si sono aggiunti i fuoricampo di Arroyo, Martinez e Devers. Se anche una mazza abbastanza mite come quella di Arroyo comincia a fare fuoricampo?Houston non è stata in grado di reagire, tenuta a bada anche dalla buona partita di Eduardo Rodriguez sul monte di lancio. La difesa degli Astros non regge questa insopportabile pressione. Ha commesso due errori, anche uno dei suoi giocatori migliori come Josè Altuve è indotto a sbagliare.

 

Con 20 fuoricampo in 8 partite di postseason, Boston sembra invincibile. Durerà finchè dura un attacco così performante. La serie ora è 2 a 1 per i Red Sox e c?è ancora tanto baseball da giocare. Houston ha subìto, forse come mai le era capitato negli ultimi anni, ma con una vittoria rimetterebbe le cose in parità.

Come ha detto Dusty Baker, il 72enne manager degli Astros, ogni partita vale 1. La perdi di tanto o di poco, è sempre una sola sconfitta. Ogni giorno il sole sorge ed è un giorno nuovo. La mancanza dell?infortunato Lance McCullers, il miglior lanciatore degli Astros, è un?assenza che pesa tantissimo. Ma se c?è una squadra che ha l?esperienza e il carattere per risorgere, questa è Houston. 

Nella grande notte dello Sport Usa, due partite live di Mlb su Sky Sport  

leggi anche



Tutte le partite NBA su Sky: la programmazione

Stanotte doppio appuntamento con la postseason MLB, in contemporanea con l?apertura della stagione NBA. Dalle ore 23 su Sky Sport Arena gara 3 a Los Angeles tra Dodgers e Braves (Atlanta in vantaggio 2 a 0 nella serie). Dalle ore 2 invece gara 4 a Boston tra Red Sox e Astros su Sky Sport Action (2-1 Boston).

[date_timestamp] => 1634647049 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => NASA Telescope Finds Supernova Remnants in Colourful Bubble | The Weather Channel ? Articles from The Weather Channel [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/2021/10/19/nasa-telescope-finds-supernova-remnants-in-colourful-bubble-the-weather-channel-articles-from-the-weather-channel/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Tue, 19 Oct 2021 12:35:17 +0000 [category] => SpacearticlesBubbleChannelColourfulfindsNASAremnantsSupernovaTelescopeweather [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/2021/10/19/nasa-telescope-finds-supernova-remnants-in-colourful-bubble-the-weather-channel-articles-from-the-weather-channel/ [description] => Supernova remnant G344.7-0.1, located 19,600 light years from Earth (NASA/CXC/Tokyo Univ. Of Science/K. Fukushima, et al/JPL/Spitzer/CSIRO/ATNF/ATCA) NASA telescopes have captured the colourful blast of a stellar explosion thousands of years ago, shedding new light on the evolution of such cosmic remains. The stellar remnant?formally known as G344.7-0.1?is located roughly 19,600 light-years from Earth is believed ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Supernova remnant G344.7-0.1, located 19,600 light years from Earth

(NASA/CXC/Tokyo Univ. Of Science/K. Fukushima, et al/JPL/Spitzer/CSIRO/ATNF/ATCA)

NASA telescopes have captured the colourful blast of a stellar explosion thousands of years ago, shedding new light on the evolution of such cosmic remains.

The stellar remnant?formally known as G344.7-0.1?is located roughly 19,600 light-years from Earth is believed to be between 3,000 and 6,000 years old, according to a statement from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory.

Data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and Spitzer Space Telescope and the National Science Foundation’s Very Large Array and the Australia Telescope Compact Array captured views of the stellar remnant in X-ray infrared and radio wavelengths, Space.com reported.

The new view of G344.7-0.1 shows that stellar debris expands outward after the initial stellar explosion, then encounters resistance from surrounding gas. According to the statement, this resistance slows down the debris, creating a reverse shock wave that travels back towards the centre of the explosion, heating the surrounding debris in its path.

“This process is analogous to a traffic jam on a highway, whereas time passes, an increasing number of cars will stop or slow down behind the accident, causing the traffic jam to travel backwards,” Chandra personnel wrote in the statement.

“The reverse shock heats the debris to millions of degrees, causing it to glow in X-rays.”

In addition, the Chandra X-ray data revealed the supernova remnant contains iron near its core, which is surrounded by arc-like structures containing silicon.

The data published in The Astrophysical Journal shows that the regions containing iron were more recently heated by the reverse shock wave, supporting supernova models that predict heavier elements, like iron, are produced at the centre of these stellar explosions.

**

The above article has been published from a wire agency with minimal modifications to the headline and text.

) [summary] => Supernova remnant G344.7-0.1, located 19,600 light years from Earth (NASA/CXC/Tokyo Univ. Of Science/K. Fukushima, et al/JPL/Spitzer/CSIRO/ATNF/ATCA) NASA telescopes have captured the colourful blast of a stellar explosion thousands of years ago, shedding new light on the evolution of such cosmic remains. The stellar remnant?formally known as G344.7-0.1?is located roughly 19,600 light-years from Earth is believed ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Supernova remnant G344.7-0.1, located 19,600 light years from Earth

(NASA/CXC/Tokyo Univ. Of Science/K. Fukushima, et al/JPL/Spitzer/CSIRO/ATNF/ATCA)

NASA telescopes have captured the colourful blast of a stellar explosion thousands of years ago, shedding new light on the evolution of such cosmic remains.

The stellar remnant?formally known as G344.7-0.1?is located roughly 19,600 light-years from Earth is believed to be between 3,000 and 6,000 years old, according to a statement from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory.

Data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and Spitzer Space Telescope and the National Science Foundation’s Very Large Array and the Australia Telescope Compact Array captured views of the stellar remnant in X-ray infrared and radio wavelengths, Space.com reported.

The new view of G344.7-0.1 shows that stellar debris expands outward after the initial stellar explosion, then encounters resistance from surrounding gas. According to the statement, this resistance slows down the debris, creating a reverse shock wave that travels back towards the centre of the explosion, heating the surrounding debris in its path.

“This process is analogous to a traffic jam on a highway, whereas time passes, an increasing number of cars will stop or slow down behind the accident, causing the traffic jam to travel backwards,” Chandra personnel wrote in the statement.

“The reverse shock heats the debris to millions of degrees, causing it to glow in X-rays.”

In addition, the Chandra X-ray data revealed the supernova remnant contains iron near its core, which is surrounded by arc-like structures containing silicon.

The data published in The Astrophysical Journal shows that the regions containing iron were more recently heated by the reverse shock wave, supporting supernova models that predict heavier elements, like iron, are produced at the centre of these stellar explosions.

**

The above article has been published from a wire agency with minimal modifications to the headline and text.

[date_timestamp] => 1634646917 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => the online training course for travel agents kicks off on 21 October [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/lifestyle/2021/10/19/the-online-training-course-for-travel-agents-kicks-off-on-21-october/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 19 Oct 2021 12:25:46 +0000 [category] => LifestyleagentsBarbara MinczwakicksOctoberonlinePolandtrainingTravelTravel Daily [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/lifestyle/2021/10/19/the-online-training-course-for-travel-agents-kicks-off-on-21-october/ [description] => L?Polish National Tourist Board dedicates himself once more to the formation of the trade, with a new online training course with focus on Lesser known Poland, which will take place via the Travel Daily. «In ten years ago the number of users of the tricolor basin arriving in Poland doubled– he claims Barbara Minczwa, director ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

L?Polish National Tourist Board dedicates himself once more to the formation of the trade, with a new online training course with focus on Lesser known Poland, which will take place via the Travel Daily. «In ten years ago the number of users of the tricolor basin arriving in Poland doubled– he claims Barbara Minczwa, director of the Polish organization – with over 600,000 Italians visiting our country in 2019, rich in UNESCO sites and numerous attractions, known for its cities with a great historical-cultural impact, able to meet the expectations of those in search less obvious experiences, outside the usual offers ».

Scheduled by Thursday 21 October 2021, the training course provides 8 moduli which, for a period of three months, will allow travel agents to deepen their knowledge of cities such as Warsaw, Cracovia, Gdansk, Wroclaw, Poznan, Toru?, Katowice e ?ód?, ranging from those less known, also telling in detail the history, traditions and gastronomy of the country. A Poland fromvery heterogeneous tourist offer, which presents itself to professionals in the sector with a webinar by title ‘Poland. Beyond all expectations‘(with subtitle’Itineraries to discover starting from the major Polish cities‘). To subscribe to the free webinar, And you need to register at this link.

“In the 8 modules of the course, accompanied by text, photos and videos, with a final quiz after each module, I will be able to present to agents the great classics of Poland, or the main cities of art that can be reached from Italy by direct flights, but I will suggest also places to visit outside the city, less traveled itineraries that are registering considerable interest on the part of Italians who, more and more, are looking for green tourism ».

The completion of the training course will allow to obtain the diploma of ‘Polonia Expert‘to those who have answered 90% of the questions correctly of the quizzes while, among those who have obtained 100%, the lucky participants in the fam trip that the institution plans to organize next year. The names of the winners will be announced during the final webinar, scheduled for early 2022.

.

) [summary] => L?Polish National Tourist Board dedicates himself once more to the formation of the trade, with a new online training course with focus on Lesser known Poland, which will take place via the Travel Daily. «In ten years ago the number of users of the tricolor basin arriving in Poland doubled– he claims Barbara Minczwa, director ... Read more [atom_content] =>

L?Polish National Tourist Board dedicates himself once more to the formation of the trade, with a new online training course with focus on Lesser known Poland, which will take place via the Travel Daily. «In ten years ago the number of users of the tricolor basin arriving in Poland doubled– he claims Barbara Minczwa, director of the Polish organization – with over 600,000 Italians visiting our country in 2019, rich in UNESCO sites and numerous attractions, known for its cities with a great historical-cultural impact, able to meet the expectations of those in search less obvious experiences, outside the usual offers ».

Scheduled by Thursday 21 October 2021, the training course provides 8 moduli which, for a period of three months, will allow travel agents to deepen their knowledge of cities such as Warsaw, Cracovia, Gdansk, Wroclaw, Poznan, Toru?, Katowice e ?ód?, ranging from those less known, also telling in detail the history, traditions and gastronomy of the country. A Poland fromvery heterogeneous tourist offer, which presents itself to professionals in the sector with a webinar by title ‘Poland. Beyond all expectations‘(with subtitle’Itineraries to discover starting from the major Polish cities‘). To subscribe to the free webinar, And you need to register at this link.

“In the 8 modules of the course, accompanied by text, photos and videos, with a final quiz after each module, I will be able to present to agents the great classics of Poland, or the main cities of art that can be reached from Italy by direct flights, but I will suggest also places to visit outside the city, less traveled itineraries that are registering considerable interest on the part of Italians who, more and more, are looking for green tourism ».

The completion of the training course will allow to obtain the diploma of ‘Polonia Expert‘to those who have answered 90% of the questions correctly of the quizzes while, among those who have obtained 100%, the lucky participants in the fam trip that the institution plans to organize next year. The names of the winners will be announced during the final webinar, scheduled for early 2022.

.

[date_timestamp] => 1634646346 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Haiti: what is known about 400 Mawozo, the gang suspected of kidnapping 17 people from a group of American missionaries [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/2021/10/19/haiti-what-is-known-about-400-mawozo-the-gang-suspected-of-kidnapping-17-people-from-a-group-of-american-missionaries/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Tue, 19 Oct 2021 12:23:41 +0000 [category] => InternationalAmericanGangGroupHaitikidnappingMawozomissionariespeoplesuspected [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/2021/10/19/haiti-what-is-known-about-400-mawozo-the-gang-suspected-of-kidnapping-17-people-from-a-group-of-american-missionaries/ [description] => Drafting BBC News World October 18, 2021 Image source, Getty Images Caption, In January, students marched and protested against a high school kidnapping in Haiti. The security crisis in Haiti has once again become apparent with the kidnapping of 17 people on Saturday in the capital, Port-au-Prince. The five men, seven women and five children ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>
  • Drafting
  • BBC News World

Image source, Getty Images

Caption,

In January, students marched and protested against a high school kidnapping in Haiti.

The security crisis in Haiti has once again become apparent with the kidnapping of 17 people on Saturday in the capital, Port-au-Prince.

The five men, seven women and five children were returning from a visit to an orphanage when their vehicles were stopped.

Among those kidnapped are 16 US citizens and a Canadian who are part of a group of missionaries from Ohio, United States, called Christian Aid Ministries.

“Please pray for us! They are taking us hostage, they kidnapped our driver. Pray, pray, pray. We don’t know where they are taking us,” said one of the hostages in a message sent by WhatsApp accessed by the The Washington Post newspaper. Haitian authorities and several security experts believe the missionaries were held by a powerful gang called 400 Mawozo, which was also behind the kidnapping of members of the Catholic clergy in April. The kidnapped Christian group this time was leaving an orphanage in the town of Croix-des-Bouquets, an area controlled by the gang.

) [summary] => Drafting BBC News World October 18, 2021 Image source, Getty Images Caption, In January, students marched and protested against a high school kidnapping in Haiti. The security crisis in Haiti has once again become apparent with the kidnapping of 17 people on Saturday in the capital, Port-au-Prince. The five men, seven women and five children ... Read more [atom_content] =>
  • Drafting
  • BBC News World

Image source, Getty Images

Caption,

In January, students marched and protested against a high school kidnapping in Haiti.

The security crisis in Haiti has once again become apparent with the kidnapping of 17 people on Saturday in the capital, Port-au-Prince.

The five men, seven women and five children were returning from a visit to an orphanage when their vehicles were stopped.

Among those kidnapped are 16 US citizens and a Canadian who are part of a group of missionaries from Ohio, United States, called Christian Aid Ministries.

“Please pray for us! They are taking us hostage, they kidnapped our driver. Pray, pray, pray. We don’t know where they are taking us,” said one of the hostages in a message sent by WhatsApp accessed by the The Washington Post newspaper. Haitian authorities and several security experts believe the missionaries were held by a powerful gang called 400 Mawozo, which was also behind the kidnapping of members of the Catholic clergy in April. The kidnapped Christian group this time was leaving an orphanage in the town of Croix-des-Bouquets, an area controlled by the gang.

[date_timestamp] => 1634646221 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Wenger: ?Pause Nazionali meno frequenti, ma più lunghe? [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/2021/10/19/wenger-pause-nazionali-meno-frequenti-ma-piu-lunghe/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Tue, 19 Oct 2021 12:21:32 +0000 [category] => SportingfrequentiItalialunghemenonazionalenazionaliPausepiùWenger [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/2021/10/19/wenger-pause-nazionali-meno-frequenti-ma-piu-lunghe/ [description] => Il capo dei progetti di sviluppo Fifa introduce la prossima novità: “Serve ottimizzare il calendario e dare riposo ai calciatori” “Poche finestre per le Nazionali, ma più lunghe”. A dirlo è Arsene Wenger, ex tecnico dell’Arsenal e ora capo dei progetti di sviluppo della Fifa. Il francese introduce così quella che con ogni probabilità sarà ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Il capo dei progetti di sviluppo Fifa introduce la prossima novità: “Serve ottimizzare il calendario e dare riposo ai calciatori”

“Poche finestre per le Nazionali, ma più lunghe”. A dirlo è Arsene Wenger, ex tecnico dell’Arsenal e ora capo dei progetti di sviluppo della Fifa. Il francese introduce così quella che con ogni probabilità sarà la prossima innovazione nel calcio mondiale, peraltro in un tema su cui ultimamente si è discusso molto. Attualmente il calendario internazionale che stabilisce gli impegni dei calciatori prevede un equilibrio di 80-20 tra club e nazionali, ma è lo stesso Wenger a sottolineare come si tratti di un modello ormai superato: “Serve ridurre i viaggi dei calciatori, consentendo loro in questo modo di ottimizzare le prestazioni e semplificare anche il calendario per i tifosi”.

Leggi il quotidiano digitale di Gazzetta e goditi gli articoli esclusivi di G+ a partire da 5,99? al mese! Sfrutta la promo di ottobre e attivati qui

Fasi finali a giugno

?  

Un discorso che segue il battibecco a distanza tra il portiere del Real Madrid e del Belgio Courtois e l’ex giocatore olandese van der Vaart. Il cambiamento sembra necessario anche tenendo in considerazione gli ultimi episodi della settimana scorsa, con molte squadre di Serie A (Inter in primis) che hanno protestato contro il rientro tardivo dei sudamericani dai rispettivi impegni con le nazionali.

Il nuovo format, nelle idee di Wenger, dovrebbe prevedere una finestra più lunga a inizio estate: “Il mio disegno creerebbe spazio per giocare le fasi finali significative dei tornei a giugno, senza dover per forza aggiungere altre partite e stabilendo anche un periodo di riposo dei calciatori”.

Non c’è ancora una data, ma l’ex tecnico francese si dice fiducioso: “Queste sono le mie proposte per il futuro del pallone. Vogliamo ascoltare anche altri punti di vista e opinioni, vedere se ci sono idee alternative e nel caso valutarle. Tutto per ottimizzare al meglio il calendario”.

) [summary] => Il capo dei progetti di sviluppo Fifa introduce la prossima novità: “Serve ottimizzare il calendario e dare riposo ai calciatori” “Poche finestre per le Nazionali, ma più lunghe”. A dirlo è Arsene Wenger, ex tecnico dell’Arsenal e ora capo dei progetti di sviluppo della Fifa. Il francese introduce così quella che con ogni probabilità sarà ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Il capo dei progetti di sviluppo Fifa introduce la prossima novità: “Serve ottimizzare il calendario e dare riposo ai calciatori”

“Poche finestre per le Nazionali, ma più lunghe”. A dirlo è Arsene Wenger, ex tecnico dell’Arsenal e ora capo dei progetti di sviluppo della Fifa. Il francese introduce così quella che con ogni probabilità sarà la prossima innovazione nel calcio mondiale, peraltro in un tema su cui ultimamente si è discusso molto. Attualmente il calendario internazionale che stabilisce gli impegni dei calciatori prevede un equilibrio di 80-20 tra club e nazionali, ma è lo stesso Wenger a sottolineare come si tratti di un modello ormai superato: “Serve ridurre i viaggi dei calciatori, consentendo loro in questo modo di ottimizzare le prestazioni e semplificare anche il calendario per i tifosi”.

Leggi il quotidiano digitale di Gazzetta e goditi gli articoli esclusivi di G+ a partire da 5,99? al mese! Sfrutta la promo di ottobre e attivati qui

Fasi finali a giugno

?  

Un discorso che segue il battibecco a distanza tra il portiere del Real Madrid e del Belgio Courtois e l’ex giocatore olandese van der Vaart. Il cambiamento sembra necessario anche tenendo in considerazione gli ultimi episodi della settimana scorsa, con molte squadre di Serie A (Inter in primis) che hanno protestato contro il rientro tardivo dei sudamericani dai rispettivi impegni con le nazionali.

Il nuovo format, nelle idee di Wenger, dovrebbe prevedere una finestra più lunga a inizio estate: “Il mio disegno creerebbe spazio per giocare le fasi finali significative dei tornei a giugno, senza dover per forza aggiungere altre partite e stabilendo anche un periodo di riposo dei calciatori”.

Non c’è ancora una data, ma l’ex tecnico francese si dice fiducioso: “Queste sono le mie proposte per il futuro del pallone. Vogliamo ascoltare anche altri punti di vista e opinioni, vedere se ci sono idee alternative e nel caso valutarle. Tutto per ottimizzare al meglio il calendario”.

[date_timestamp] => 1634646092 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth | Science [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/2021/10/19/inside-the-experiment-to-create-mars-on-earth-science/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Tue, 19 Oct 2021 12:19:34 +0000 [category] => SpaceArt PhotographyAstronautscreateEarthexperimentMarsPhotographyPlanetsscienceSpace travel [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/2021/10/19/inside-the-experiment-to-create-mars-on-earth-science/ [description] => Photographs by Cassandra Klos Text by Jennie Rothenberg Gritz When Cassandra Klos was growing up in rural New Hampshire, it was easy to see the stars. She traced the constellations with her finger and imagined how it would feel to travel among them. As a college art student, she launched a photo project about Betty and ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

When Cassandra Klos was growing up in rural New Hampshire, it was easy to see the stars. She traced the constellations with her finger and imagined how it would feel to travel among them. As a college art student, she launched a photo project about Betty and Barney Hill, a New Hampshire couple who claimed to have been abducted by aliens.

Then Klos went on her first mission to Mars.

Smithsonian magazine now for just $12″/>

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Karen Rucker looks up at the inside of a lava tube during a spacewalk. The deep caves resemble the terrain that likely awaits human explorers on Mars.

Cassandra Klos

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Crew members are caught outside in changing weather, a stand-in for a Martian dust storm. They abort their research and radio the habitat to coordinate a safe return.

Cassandra Klos

To be clear, no earthling has actually set foot on the red planet. NASA is hoping to send a crew there in the 2030s, as is China, and the private company SpaceX is working to establish a permanent Martian presence with starships ferrying humans back and forth to Earth. ?We don?t want to be one of those single-planet species,? SpaceX founder Elon Musk said in April, outlining the company?s ambitions. ?We want to be a multi-planet species.?

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

The HI-SEAS habitat at the top of Mauna Loa, with another volcano, Mauna Kea, in the distance. The solar panel on the left provides most of the electricity for the mission.

Cassandra Klos

First, though, there?s some figuring out to do. Designing the right spacecraft and living spaces is part of the challenge. There are also prosaic, but important, questions. How will people shower with a limited supply of water? What will it take to grow fresh greens to supplement the steady diet of dehydrated food? And with civilians from different backgrounds living together in close quarters, will Martian habitats end up resembling the set of Jean-Paul Sartre?s play No Exit, where hell is other people?

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Staying fit in confinement is a crucial part of every mission. When humans travel to Mars, the 300-million-mile journey will take at least seven months.

Cassandra Klos

The two-week mission Klos joined in 2015 was designed to explore those kinds of questions. It took place at the Mars Desert Research Station in Utah, four hours south of Salt Lake City, but everyone spoke and acted as though they were actually on Mars. A group of six people lived in a two-story cylindrical building. The commander, a former member of the Army National Guard, kept the participants on a strict schedule of fixing electrical systems, taking inventory, tidying up the facilities and sampling the soil. Everyone was assigned a special role: Klos? was to prepare reports to share with the public. The health safety officer kept tabs on the crew?s well-being, and the engineer monitored levels of carbon dioxide and solar power.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Michaela Musilova, center, helps participants plan spacewalks, listing the times they?ll be gone and the GPS coordinates of places they intend to explore.

Cassandra Klos

Before stepping outside in a spacesuit, Klos and the others had to get permission from mission control back on ?Earth? (actually a coordinator stationed in a nearby town). That person would send information about the winds and weather, and determine how long each person could stay outside the base. Sometimes dust storms rolled in, cutting off the solar power supply just as they would on Mars. Klos was allowed to bathe only once a week, using a couple of buckets of water. She was enchanted.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Crew members don spacesuits. Although they breathe normally on their excursions, they wear the type of life-support system they?d need on Mars.

Cassandra Klos

?This is not performance art,? says Klos. ?These are real scientific endeavors. Sometimes people make the critique that we?re role-playing too much. But the goal is to really live the way people are going to live on Mars so scientists can figure out how to make it work when we get there.?

There are about a dozen such habitats around the globe, hosting simulations that run anywhere from two weeks to a full year. One of these is run by NASA?s Human Research Program at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. But other facilities are funded by private organizations. The Mars Society, established by Brooklyn-born aerospace engineer Robert Zubrin, operates the habitat in Utah, where Klos returned for another mission in 2017, and another in the Canadian Arctic. Klos also took part in a mission at the Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation, or HI-SEAS. The facility is run by the International MoonBase Alliance, a group founded by the Dutch entrepreneur Henk Rogers.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Kneepads are part of the gear participants wear as they explore volcanic terrain. The scuffs reflect the sharpness of the landscape around the habitat.

Cassandra Klos

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

A timer and countdown clock located within the airlock keep track of compression levels inside the habitat.

Cassandra Klos

HI-SEAS is located on Hawaii?s big island at 8,200 feet above sea level, on top of the active volcano Mauna Loa. NASA?s Goddard Space Flight Center is collaborating with the facility to gather information about volcanic caves and the microbes that live in those Mars-like conditions. HI-SEAS is also studying the limitations of doing that kind of work while wearing heavy spacesuits. It?s hard enough for astronauts to hold a screwdriver in a gloved hand while repairing the International Space Station, but if people are going to be clambering on Martian rocks looking for microbes, they?ll need the right gear.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Spacesuited crewmates often communicate using signals borrowed from scuba divers. A hand on the head indicates that all is well. This gesture also happens to cast a shadow that resembles the alien in E.T.

Cassandra Klos

The missions are open to people who have no background in science, engineering or astronaut training. After all, the goal is to send ordinary folks into space, so it?s worth finding out whether ordinary folks can coexist in Mars-like conditions here on Earth. Each two-story habitat at a simulation facility has usable floor space of only about 1,200 square feet?the size of two small apartments stacked on top of each other?which isn?t much room for six people who can?t just breeze out for a walk around the block.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Ben Greaves analyzes microgreen and herb samples. He?s experimenting with a substance called hydrogel, which absorbs humidity from the atmosphere.

Cassandra Klos

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Lindsay Rutter examines a volcanic rock. She?s studying tiny organisms that live in such environments and may have Martian counterparts.

Cassandra Klos

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Shelf-stable grains and dehydrated produce make up most of the crew?s diet. Instant hot chocolate is always in high demand.

Cassandra Klos

To get a spot on a Mars or Moon simulation, you have to propose a project that the leaders believe is useful. One recent HI-SEAS participant focused on 3-D printing, looking at ways to create bricks out of volcanic rock. Another studied hydrogen fuel cells. Yet another tried out different methods for growing hydroponic lettuce. Many projects focus on psychological research, looking at how various foods, exercises and smells influence people?s moods while they?re crammed together in a pressurized capsule.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Fabio Teixeira works on weather experiments. On days when solar power is scarce, the blue glow of the control system is the only light source in the habitat.

Cassandra Klos

Preparations for Mars may prove to have benefits for life on Earth. Earlier research for space travel paved the way for medical advances such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The data we?re gathering now about surviving on solar power, conserving water and growing plants in arid conditions could be useful here at home as our climate changes.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Musilova makes her way down a steep lava tube, followed by Karen Rucker and Greaves. Musilova has been conducting NASA research at various lava tube locations for many months.

Cassandra Klos

The director of HI-SEAS, the 32-year-old astrobiologist Michaela Musilova, says she makes an effort to assemble diverse crews, using the internet to recruit teachers, journalists and artists like Klos. On a mission Musilova led in the fall of 2020, she ended up with crew members who supported opposing candidates in the November presidential election. ?That made for very interesting dynamics,? she says. But Musilova says her teams are most innovative when their members come from different backgrounds. The range of perspectives is great for problem-solving, and the variety of personal stories can help combat boredom. And people who are eager to spend time on Mars, simulated or otherwise, tend to have certain things in common, including a willingness to live with strangers in close quarters and an enthusiasm for future space explorations.

?We all have our quirks,? Musilova says. ?We?re all going to make mistakes and annoy other people. But when someone is having a bad day, we go out of our way to cheer them up. When someone is being a pain in the ass, we?re able to have some empathy.? If living together on Mars can make us into better versions of ourselves, that might be the greatest breakthrough of all.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

The habitat and experiments at HI-SEAS are designed to prepare humankind for a permanent presence on the Moon as well as for Mars missions.

Cassandra Klos

.

) [summary] => Photographs by Cassandra Klos Text by Jennie Rothenberg Gritz When Cassandra Klos was growing up in rural New Hampshire, it was easy to see the stars. She traced the constellations with her finger and imagined how it would feel to travel among them. As a college art student, she launched a photo project about Betty and ... Read more [atom_content] =>

When Cassandra Klos was growing up in rural New Hampshire, it was easy to see the stars. She traced the constellations with her finger and imagined how it would feel to travel among them. As a college art student, she launched a photo project about Betty and Barney Hill, a New Hampshire couple who claimed to have been abducted by aliens.

Then Klos went on her first mission to Mars.

Smithsonian magazine now for just $12″/>

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Karen Rucker looks up at the inside of a lava tube during a spacewalk. The deep caves resemble the terrain that likely awaits human explorers on Mars.

Cassandra Klos

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Crew members are caught outside in changing weather, a stand-in for a Martian dust storm. They abort their research and radio the habitat to coordinate a safe return.

Cassandra Klos

To be clear, no earthling has actually set foot on the red planet. NASA is hoping to send a crew there in the 2030s, as is China, and the private company SpaceX is working to establish a permanent Martian presence with starships ferrying humans back and forth to Earth. ?We don?t want to be one of those single-planet species,? SpaceX founder Elon Musk said in April, outlining the company?s ambitions. ?We want to be a multi-planet species.?

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

The HI-SEAS habitat at the top of Mauna Loa, with another volcano, Mauna Kea, in the distance. The solar panel on the left provides most of the electricity for the mission.

Cassandra Klos

First, though, there?s some figuring out to do. Designing the right spacecraft and living spaces is part of the challenge. There are also prosaic, but important, questions. How will people shower with a limited supply of water? What will it take to grow fresh greens to supplement the steady diet of dehydrated food? And with civilians from different backgrounds living together in close quarters, will Martian habitats end up resembling the set of Jean-Paul Sartre?s play No Exit, where hell is other people?

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Staying fit in confinement is a crucial part of every mission. When humans travel to Mars, the 300-million-mile journey will take at least seven months.

Cassandra Klos

The two-week mission Klos joined in 2015 was designed to explore those kinds of questions. It took place at the Mars Desert Research Station in Utah, four hours south of Salt Lake City, but everyone spoke and acted as though they were actually on Mars. A group of six people lived in a two-story cylindrical building. The commander, a former member of the Army National Guard, kept the participants on a strict schedule of fixing electrical systems, taking inventory, tidying up the facilities and sampling the soil. Everyone was assigned a special role: Klos? was to prepare reports to share with the public. The health safety officer kept tabs on the crew?s well-being, and the engineer monitored levels of carbon dioxide and solar power.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Michaela Musilova, center, helps participants plan spacewalks, listing the times they?ll be gone and the GPS coordinates of places they intend to explore.

Cassandra Klos

Before stepping outside in a spacesuit, Klos and the others had to get permission from mission control back on ?Earth? (actually a coordinator stationed in a nearby town). That person would send information about the winds and weather, and determine how long each person could stay outside the base. Sometimes dust storms rolled in, cutting off the solar power supply just as they would on Mars. Klos was allowed to bathe only once a week, using a couple of buckets of water. She was enchanted.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Crew members don spacesuits. Although they breathe normally on their excursions, they wear the type of life-support system they?d need on Mars.

Cassandra Klos

?This is not performance art,? says Klos. ?These are real scientific endeavors. Sometimes people make the critique that we?re role-playing too much. But the goal is to really live the way people are going to live on Mars so scientists can figure out how to make it work when we get there.?

There are about a dozen such habitats around the globe, hosting simulations that run anywhere from two weeks to a full year. One of these is run by NASA?s Human Research Program at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. But other facilities are funded by private organizations. The Mars Society, established by Brooklyn-born aerospace engineer Robert Zubrin, operates the habitat in Utah, where Klos returned for another mission in 2017, and another in the Canadian Arctic. Klos also took part in a mission at the Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation, or HI-SEAS. The facility is run by the International MoonBase Alliance, a group founded by the Dutch entrepreneur Henk Rogers.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Kneepads are part of the gear participants wear as they explore volcanic terrain. The scuffs reflect the sharpness of the landscape around the habitat.

Cassandra Klos

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

A timer and countdown clock located within the airlock keep track of compression levels inside the habitat.

Cassandra Klos

HI-SEAS is located on Hawaii?s big island at 8,200 feet above sea level, on top of the active volcano Mauna Loa. NASA?s Goddard Space Flight Center is collaborating with the facility to gather information about volcanic caves and the microbes that live in those Mars-like conditions. HI-SEAS is also studying the limitations of doing that kind of work while wearing heavy spacesuits. It?s hard enough for astronauts to hold a screwdriver in a gloved hand while repairing the International Space Station, but if people are going to be clambering on Martian rocks looking for microbes, they?ll need the right gear.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Spacesuited crewmates often communicate using signals borrowed from scuba divers. A hand on the head indicates that all is well. This gesture also happens to cast a shadow that resembles the alien in E.T.

Cassandra Klos

The missions are open to people who have no background in science, engineering or astronaut training. After all, the goal is to send ordinary folks into space, so it?s worth finding out whether ordinary folks can coexist in Mars-like conditions here on Earth. Each two-story habitat at a simulation facility has usable floor space of only about 1,200 square feet?the size of two small apartments stacked on top of each other?which isn?t much room for six people who can?t just breeze out for a walk around the block.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Ben Greaves analyzes microgreen and herb samples. He?s experimenting with a substance called hydrogel, which absorbs humidity from the atmosphere.

Cassandra Klos

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Lindsay Rutter examines a volcanic rock. She?s studying tiny organisms that live in such environments and may have Martian counterparts.

Cassandra Klos

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Shelf-stable grains and dehydrated produce make up most of the crew?s diet. Instant hot chocolate is always in high demand.

Cassandra Klos

To get a spot on a Mars or Moon simulation, you have to propose a project that the leaders believe is useful. One recent HI-SEAS participant focused on 3-D printing, looking at ways to create bricks out of volcanic rock. Another studied hydrogen fuel cells. Yet another tried out different methods for growing hydroponic lettuce. Many projects focus on psychological research, looking at how various foods, exercises and smells influence people?s moods while they?re crammed together in a pressurized capsule.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Fabio Teixeira works on weather experiments. On days when solar power is scarce, the blue glow of the control system is the only light source in the habitat.

Cassandra Klos

Preparations for Mars may prove to have benefits for life on Earth. Earlier research for space travel paved the way for medical advances such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The data we?re gathering now about surviving on solar power, conserving water and growing plants in arid conditions could be useful here at home as our climate changes.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

Musilova makes her way down a steep lava tube, followed by Karen Rucker and Greaves. Musilova has been conducting NASA research at various lava tube locations for many months.

Cassandra Klos

The director of HI-SEAS, the 32-year-old astrobiologist Michaela Musilova, says she makes an effort to assemble diverse crews, using the internet to recruit teachers, journalists and artists like Klos. On a mission Musilova led in the fall of 2020, she ended up with crew members who supported opposing candidates in the November presidential election. ?That made for very interesting dynamics,? she says. But Musilova says her teams are most innovative when their members come from different backgrounds. The range of perspectives is great for problem-solving, and the variety of personal stories can help combat boredom. And people who are eager to spend time on Mars, simulated or otherwise, tend to have certain things in common, including a willingness to live with strangers in close quarters and an enthusiasm for future space explorations.

?We all have our quirks,? Musilova says. ?We?re all going to make mistakes and annoy other people. But when someone is having a bad day, we go out of our way to cheer them up. When someone is being a pain in the ass, we?re able to have some empathy.? If living together on Mars can make us into better versions of ourselves, that might be the greatest breakthrough of all.

Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth

The habitat and experiments at HI-SEAS are designed to prepare humankind for a permanent presence on the Moon as well as for Mars missions.

Cassandra Klos

.

[date_timestamp] => 1634645974 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Ryan Reynolds Announces He Will Temporarily Stop Making Movies [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/2021/10/19/ryan-reynolds-announces-he-will-temporarily-stop-making-movies/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Tue, 19 Oct 2021 12:08:40 +0000 [category] => EntertainmentannouncesMakingmoviesReynoldsRyanStoptemporarily [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/2021/10/19/ryan-reynolds-announces-he-will-temporarily-stop-making-movies/ [description] => If yesterday we woke up to the news that the legendary actor Michael Caine announced that he was retiring at 88, something that now seems having been a misunderstandingToday is another well-known face of Hollywood, Ryan Reynolds, who has also announced that he is going to stop acting. In his case, it is a temporary ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

If yesterday we woke up to the news that the legendary actor Michael Caine announced that he was retiring at 88, something that now seems having been a misunderstandingToday is another well-known face of Hollywood, Ryan Reynolds, who has also announced that he is going to stop acting. In his case, it is a temporary hiatus that he himself has explained through his Instagram profile.

The interpreter who gave life to the antihero of Deadpool, just finished shooting the movie Spirited where he shares the screen with Will Ferrell. And with this project, he has decided to shelve some intense years of working non-stop.

?It is over what was given to me with Spirited. I don?t know if even three years ago I would have been ready to say yes to such a demanding film. Singing, dancing and going all out with Will Ferrell has made many dreams come true for me. And this is my second film with the great Octavia Spencer ? ?, she begins by saying in her Instagram post.

?It?s the perfect time to take a little sabbatical from making movies,? he announces later to the surprise of his followers. ? I?m going to miss every second of working with this group of talented creators and artists. These days, kindness matters as much as talent, and I?ve been fortunate to work with people who are equal to both. ? added by way of recognition to the entire team with whom he has been.

Read also

Drafting

Despite taking this sabbatical break, Ryan Reynolds still has new movies in the pipeline. One of them is The Adam Project with Zoe Saldan and Jennifer Garner that will be released next year as it is currently still in the post-production phase.

Another one is Red alert, where he will share the limelight with Gal Gadot and Dwayne Johnson, The rock, an action film that will premiere on November 12 on the Netflix platform.

Ryan Reynolds

Alan Markfield

So with these jobs still on the horizon, it is possible that Ryan Reynolds? absence will not become so noticeable during the vague time in which he will stop acting.

) [summary] => If yesterday we woke up to the news that the legendary actor Michael Caine announced that he was retiring at 88, something that now seems having been a misunderstandingToday is another well-known face of Hollywood, Ryan Reynolds, who has also announced that he is going to stop acting. In his case, it is a temporary ... Read more [atom_content] =>

If yesterday we woke up to the news that the legendary actor Michael Caine announced that he was retiring at 88, something that now seems having been a misunderstandingToday is another well-known face of Hollywood, Ryan Reynolds, who has also announced that he is going to stop acting. In his case, it is a temporary hiatus that he himself has explained through his Instagram profile.

The interpreter who gave life to the antihero of Deadpool, just finished shooting the movie Spirited where he shares the screen with Will Ferrell. And with this project, he has decided to shelve some intense years of working non-stop.

?It is over what was given to me with Spirited. I don?t know if even three years ago I would have been ready to say yes to such a demanding film. Singing, dancing and going all out with Will Ferrell has made many dreams come true for me. And this is my second film with the great Octavia Spencer ? ?, she begins by saying in her Instagram post.

?It?s the perfect time to take a little sabbatical from making movies,? he announces later to the surprise of his followers. ? I?m going to miss every second of working with this group of talented creators and artists. These days, kindness matters as much as talent, and I?ve been fortunate to work with people who are equal to both. ? added by way of recognition to the entire team with whom he has been.

Read also

Drafting

Despite taking this sabbatical break, Ryan Reynolds still has new movies in the pipeline. One of them is The Adam Project with Zoe Saldan and Jennifer Garner that will be released next year as it is currently still in the post-production phase.

Another one is Red alert, where he will share the limelight with Gal Gadot and Dwayne Johnson, The rock, an action film that will premiere on November 12 on the Netflix platform.

Ryan Reynolds

Alan Markfield

So with these jobs still on the horizon, it is possible that Ryan Reynolds? absence will not become so noticeable during the vague time in which he will stop acting.

[date_timestamp] => 1634645320 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Poison survivors occupy Prado Museum and threaten suicide [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/2021/10/19/poison-survivors-occupy-prado-museum-and-threaten-suicide/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Tue, 19 Oct 2021 12:07:40 +0000 [category] => InternationalMuseumoccupyPoisonPradosuicidesurvivorsthreaten [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/2021/10/19/poison-survivors-occupy-prado-museum-and-threaten-suicide/ [description] => Last update at 12:10 A group of survivors of the 1981 mass poisoning known as “rapeseed oil syndrome” barricaded itself this Tuesday at the Prado Museum in Madrid, Spain, and threatens to commit suicide if the Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, does not comply with the imposed requirements. The group released a statement on Twitter ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Last update at 12:10

A group of survivors of the 1981 mass poisoning known as “rapeseed oil syndrome” barricaded itself this Tuesday at the Prado Museum in Madrid, Spain, and threatens to commit suicide if the Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, does not comply with the imposed requirements.

The group released a statement on Twitter in which he asks Sánchez to publicly commit to receiving them before the end of the month.

DR

“After six hours of our arrival (at the Prado Museum), we will start ingesting the pills,” they wrote on Twitter.

The group is part of the We Continue Living Platform.

In the statement shared on social networks, they say that this is an action of pain and a call for help.

“If what they have been waiting for over these years is for us to die to end the problem, we will have to use the only thing left in our lives and we will give them the privilege of seeing our eternal rest live.”

Requirements of victims who survived the poisoning

End of protest at Prado Museum

The group of survivors was removed from the museum late in the morning by authorities. According to spanish press, there are two detainees.

40 years since the biggest case of food poisoning in Spain

Today’s action coincides with 40 years of rape oil poisoning in Spain, which killed more than 3,000 people and poisoned more than 20,000.

Rapeseed oil was marketed for domestic use, but it contained a toxic substance.

The case shook the country in 1981, but today there are still those who suffer the consequences.

) [summary] => Last update at 12:10 A group of survivors of the 1981 mass poisoning known as “rapeseed oil syndrome” barricaded itself this Tuesday at the Prado Museum in Madrid, Spain, and threatens to commit suicide if the Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, does not comply with the imposed requirements. The group released a statement on Twitter ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Last update at 12:10

A group of survivors of the 1981 mass poisoning known as “rapeseed oil syndrome” barricaded itself this Tuesday at the Prado Museum in Madrid, Spain, and threatens to commit suicide if the Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, does not comply with the imposed requirements.

The group released a statement on Twitter in which he asks Sánchez to publicly commit to receiving them before the end of the month.

DR

“After six hours of our arrival (at the Prado Museum), we will start ingesting the pills,” they wrote on Twitter.

The group is part of the We Continue Living Platform.

In the statement shared on social networks, they say that this is an action of pain and a call for help.

“If what they have been waiting for over these years is for us to die to end the problem, we will have to use the only thing left in our lives and we will give them the privilege of seeing our eternal rest live.”

Requirements of victims who survived the poisoning

End of protest at Prado Museum

The group of survivors was removed from the museum late in the morning by authorities. According to spanish press, there are two detainees.

40 years since the biggest case of food poisoning in Spain

Today’s action coincides with 40 years of rape oil poisoning in Spain, which killed more than 3,000 people and poisoned more than 20,000.

Rapeseed oil was marketed for domestic use, but it contained a toxic substance.

The case shook the country in 1981, but today there are still those who suffer the consequences.

[date_timestamp] => 1634645260 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => MLB Playoffs: Cito Gaston And Dusty Baker And Their Lifelong Friendship [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/2021/10/19/mlb-playoffs-cito-gaston-and-dusty-baker-and-their-lifelong-friendship/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Tue, 19 Oct 2021 12:05:35 +0000 [category] => SportingBakerCitoDustyFriendshipGastónLifelongMLBPlayoffs [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/2021/10/19/mlb-playoffs-cito-gaston-and-dusty-baker-and-their-lifelong-friendship/ [description] => The former manager of the Toronto Blue Jays Cito Gaston calls out Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker, one of his best friends. In addition to playing and managing baseball, they both love to fish. Their friendship dates back to 1967, when they played with Double-A Austin, then a Braves affiliate. The 77-year-old Gaston desperately wants ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The former manager of the Toronto Blue Jays Cito Gaston calls out Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker, one of his best friends. In addition to playing and managing baseball, they both love to fish. Their friendship dates back to 1967, when they played with Double-A Austin, then a Braves affiliate.

The 77-year-old Gaston desperately wants Baker to win his first World Series title as a manager. If that happens, Baker will become the third African-American coach to win the title. Gaston was the first to win the Fall Classic with Toronto in 1992-93, followed by the Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, last year:

If Baker doesn?t win the World Series this year, Gaston still thinks Baker is a Hall of Famer. Gaston notes that Baker has won 1,987 regular-season games, eight division titles and a pennant in 24 seasons as manager.

The last time Baker and Gaston spoke was Thursday morning, two days after the Astros advanced to the American League Championship Series. While the conversation was pleasant, Baker informed Gaston that Astros right-hander Lance McCullers Jr. would not pitch in the ALCS due to a strained right pronator flexor muscle.

There is a chance McCullers will be ready for the World Series, if Houston reaches it. The Astros and Red Sox are tied in the American League Championship Series at one game each.

After Baker became the manager of the Astros in 2020, one of the first calls he received came from Gaston, who calmed Baker after he became a professional baseball player 54 years ago. Growing up in California, Baker was not used to hearing racial slurs like the ones he received on his first day of professional baseball.

It may interest you: MLB Playoffs Dusty Baker compares Altuve Correa brotherhood with that of these NFL stars

Baker was really trainable and ended up having a productive career as a player and manager. Most of his playing career was spent with the Braves and the Dodgers, with whom he was a two-time All-Star. Let?s not forget that he was also Manager of the Year three times.

Rafael Martinez

I am fond of the King of Sports, especially the Boston Red Sox in MLB and in general all of Mexican baseball. This profession has given me the opportunity to cover major events such as the Caribbean Series, LMB All Star, LMP (uninterrupted since 2009), signings of important players. I had the chance to attend the 2013 World Classic in Arizona, USA, albeit as a fan. Apart from this beautiful sport, I love basketball, where I have also narrated games and even an NBA friendly 10 years ago, but I carry baseball in my veins. Bachelor of Communication Sciences from the Autonomous University of Sinaloa (UAS) , from which I graduated in 2011. I was born in Mazatlán, Sinaloa and started in the world of sports journalism in 2004 in the newspaper El Sol de Mazatlán, where I was a baseball columnist and a reporter at the same time. In January 2009 I came to El Debate as a journalist reporter and it was almost six years (in the first stage), until in November 2014 I emigrated to the radio providing my services at Línea Directa-Grupo RSN. My cycle there ended in July 2019 and after a few days, El Debate gave me another opportunity to work and opened the doors for me again. That is how I came to Al Bat, where I have been since 2019 as a web journalist.

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) [summary] => The former manager of the Toronto Blue Jays Cito Gaston calls out Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker, one of his best friends. In addition to playing and managing baseball, they both love to fish. Their friendship dates back to 1967, when they played with Double-A Austin, then a Braves affiliate. The 77-year-old Gaston desperately wants ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The former manager of the Toronto Blue Jays Cito Gaston calls out Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker, one of his best friends. In addition to playing and managing baseball, they both love to fish. Their friendship dates back to 1967, when they played with Double-A Austin, then a Braves affiliate.

The 77-year-old Gaston desperately wants Baker to win his first World Series title as a manager. If that happens, Baker will become the third African-American coach to win the title. Gaston was the first to win the Fall Classic with Toronto in 1992-93, followed by the Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, last year:

If Baker doesn?t win the World Series this year, Gaston still thinks Baker is a Hall of Famer. Gaston notes that Baker has won 1,987 regular-season games, eight division titles and a pennant in 24 seasons as manager.

The last time Baker and Gaston spoke was Thursday morning, two days after the Astros advanced to the American League Championship Series. While the conversation was pleasant, Baker informed Gaston that Astros right-hander Lance McCullers Jr. would not pitch in the ALCS due to a strained right pronator flexor muscle.

There is a chance McCullers will be ready for the World Series, if Houston reaches it. The Astros and Red Sox are tied in the American League Championship Series at one game each.

After Baker became the manager of the Astros in 2020, one of the first calls he received came from Gaston, who calmed Baker after he became a professional baseball player 54 years ago. Growing up in California, Baker was not used to hearing racial slurs like the ones he received on his first day of professional baseball.

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Baker was really trainable and ended up having a productive career as a player and manager. Most of his playing career was spent with the Braves and the Dodgers, with whom he was a two-time All-Star. Let?s not forget that he was also Manager of the Year three times.

Rafael Martinez

I am fond of the King of Sports, especially the Boston Red Sox in MLB and in general all of Mexican baseball. This profession has given me the opportunity to cover major events such as the Caribbean Series, LMB All Star, LMP (uninterrupted since 2009), signings of important players. I had the chance to attend the 2013 World Classic in Arizona, USA, albeit as a fan. Apart from this beautiful sport, I love basketball, where I have also narrated games and even an NBA friendly 10 years ago, but I carry baseball in my veins. Bachelor of Communication Sciences from the Autonomous University of Sinaloa (UAS) , from which I graduated in 2011. I was born in Mazatlán, Sinaloa and started in the world of sports journalism in 2004 in the newspaper El Sol de Mazatlán, where I was a baseball columnist and a reporter at the same time. In January 2009 I came to El Debate as a journalist reporter and it was almost six years (in the first stage), until in November 2014 I emigrated to the radio providing my services at Línea Directa-Grupo RSN. My cycle there ended in July 2019 and after a few days, El Debate gave me another opportunity to work and opened the doors for me again. That is how I came to Al Bat, where I have been since 2019 as a web journalist.

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