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But one paper2, posted on 28 September by theorist Carlo Contaldi of Imperial College London, bears the distinction of being the first to challenge the experimental calculations.

The OPERA team timed the neutrinos using clocks at each location that were synchronized using GPS (Global Positioning System) signals from a single satellite. Contaldi’s paper says the group’s calculations do not take into account one aspect of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: that slight differences in the force of gravity at the two sites would cause the clocks to tick at different rates.

Because of its location relative to the centre of Earth, the CERN site feels a slightly stronger gravitational pull than Gran Sasso. Consequently, a clock at the beginning of the neutrinos’ journey would actually run at a slower rate than a clock at the end. “It would reduce the significance of the result,” Contaldi says.

Dario Autiero of the Institute of Nuclear Physics in Lyons (IPNL), France, and physics coordinator for OPERA, counters that Contaldi’s challenge is a result of a misunderstanding of how the clocks were synchronized. He says the group will be revising its paper to try to make its method clearer. Autiero notes that OPERA has been careful to present its startling observations without concluding that the laws of physics have been upended. His e mail discussion with Contaldi being followed by dozens of other physicists is ongoing.

Going deepBecause two clocks are needed to time the neutrinos’ journey one at the beginning, and one at the end they must be synchronized to within nanoseconds to get an accurate measurement, explains Toby Wiseman, a theoretical physicist also at Imperial College London. Measuring the speed of light on this journey would be much easier, because the beam can be reflected back to its origin, and the round trip timed with just one clock. “Whether they have or haven’t synchronized their clocks correctly is the crucial question,” says Wiseman.

Contaldi admits that his original analysis posted at arXiv wrongly assumed that OPERA’s timings relied on a clock being moved from one end of the beam to the other. But even synchronizing the clocks using GPS does not remove the difference in the time dilation effect, which Contaldi says could amount to tens of nanoseconds.

That effect would reduce the statistical significance which OPERA claimed was six standard deviations of the group’s result (five is enough to count as strong evidence in the field of particle physics). Contaldi says the additional error would reduce that number to two or three standard deviations, enough to make only a tentative claim of a faster than light effect.

Wiseman says that the difficulty of the experiment and a lack of detail about clock synchronization in the initial OPERA paper may explain why so few critiques of the experiment methodology have been published so far, although more are probably on the way. “Carlo is pointing out how difficult it is to critique what has been done unless you’re in the collaboration,” he says.

Contaldi already has some company. On 2 October, Gilles Henri of the Institute of Planetary Science and Astrophysics in Grenoble, France, posted his own critique3. He argues that fluctuations in the beam of neutrinos could change the probability that Gran Sasso would detect them, and increase the uncertainty in their time of flight enough to produce the faster than light result. OPERA did not immediately respond to Nature ‘s request for comment on that paper.
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Portland Trail Blazers point guard Damian Lillard makes an appearance, outlining his passion

Joining him, names at the very pinnacle of their respective sports could be seen pulling up a chair.

It’s a scene which will warm the hearts of Red Devils fans, as Pogba confesses to Beckham he always used to copy his style as a child but must now find his own way of creating.

The various stars weigh in with inspirational anecdotes, each offering an opinion on the importance of creativity in today’s culture while the fellow guests listen in.

Looping together different sports to create universal appeal, other icons sitting around the table include Connecticut Sun forward Chiney Ogwumike, Portland Trail Blazers point guard Damian Lillard, Portland Thorns midfielder Lindsey Horan, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Houston Astros shortstop Carlos Correa.

From the world of music and fashion Pharrell Williams takes centre stage, while words of wisdom are also imparted from super model Karlie Kloss and revered fashion designer Alexander Wang.

The ad went down as an instant hit online, with many users expressing their delight for the inspirational clip.

It was soon noted by many however that Messi doesn’t utter a single word during the short film. To this Adidas provided a response via their official Twitter account stating, ‘No words needed from the goat’ (Greatest Of All Time.)

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That will be followed by a 1,733 kilometre, 18 hour trek to Tsawwassen, and then the ferry ride to be back to the Island, as the back end of an overall two week, 6,123 kilometre trip through Washington state and four provinces.

So maybe the Royals can be cut a little slack in being unable to hold leads in 5 3 and 4 2 losses to the Regina Pats and Brandon Wheat Kings, respectively, in falling to 2 3 on the road swing.

Victoria catches a bit of a break in meeting the bottom two teams in the East Division to close out the epic journey. The Blades are last at 3 6 1 and the Raiders fifth at 4 4 3.

The Blades, an original WHL team, have missed the playoffs the past four seasons after going all in with a veteran loaded team to host the 2013 Memorial Cup.

The Raiders are also youthful and rebuilding and have missed the playoffs last season and two of the past three seasons. Yet, coached by former Royals bench boss Marc Habscheid, they seem to have more going for them at this point of their development.

But for a bit of puck luck in extra time, Prince Albert’s record might be dramatically better. The Raiders had lost three of their previous four games in overtime to Vancouver, Brandon and Regina before finally winning 4 3 in OT on a goal by undrafted Ottawa Senators signed forward Parker Kelly at home against Saskatoon on Saturday.

“This is a 19 and 20 year olds league and we don’t have many 19 year olds,” said Habscheid, of his young squad.

“We have a group that is still evolving but we’ve been holding our own. Victoria’s strength is on offence and they have some firepower, while our strength is defence and, hopefully, goaltending. So it will be a contrast of styles.”

Among the Raiders’ few older players is Kelly, who Habscheid compared to former Royals defenceman Joe Hicketts, as an undersized and undrafted player who still managed to earn an NHL entry level contract. Kelly did it with the Senators and Hicketts, now in the AHL, with the Red Wings.

“[Kelly] has a big heart and is fast and courageous,” said Habscheid.

The opposition crease will also provide for some interesting fodder in the back to back games. The Royals know Blades goaltender Ryan Kubic well from his days with the Vancouver Giants. On Wednesday, Victoria faces one of the best goalies in the league. Six foot three Ian Scott of the Raiders, selected in the fourth round of the 2017 NHL draft by the Toronto Maple Leafs, returned last weekend after being injured in the first game of the season.

Meanwhile, the Royals have been a league leader in trying to alleviate the impacts of the road on performance. It goes beyond the team’s well appointed sleeper bus, considered the gold standard conveyance in the WHL. Former Victoria head coach Dave Lowry was closely attuned to matters of rest and recovery, and rookie Royals bench boss Dan Price is no different.

“You try to create every advantage for yourself,” explained Price.

He looks to the best for guidance. “The [NBA champion] Golden State Warriors are the prime example of a team that works recovery into its schedule. The Warriors are pro active about it.”

So are the Royals at their own level.

“We take things like sleep and recovery seriously,” said Price.

The Royals’ rest and recovery protocol called for an abbreviated, 50 minute practice Monday in Saskatoon.

“The guys seemed fresh and energetic,” noted Price, about the final push against the Blades and Raiders.

To be followed by that asphalt chewing trip back to the coast ahead of the two game homestand Saturday and Sunday against the Vancouver Giants. edged Alberta 4 3 in overtime Sunday in the final to win the U 16 WHL Cup in Calgary. squad were forward Payton Mount, defenceman Ethan Brandwood, goaltender Dylan Garand, all of Victoria, and defenceman John Little of Parksville . . . Mount was taken in the WHL bantam draft by Seattle, Little by Vancouver and Brandwood and Garand both by Kamloops. . . . Royals prospect Ty Thorpe, selected by Victoria in the third round of the 2017 WHL bantam draft, scored a goal and added an assist as Manitoba defeated Saskatchewan 4 2 in the bronze medal game.
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i just finished looking over my christmas presents list (to buy, not want!) and ticking off names in preparation for focused gift buying with jok in about twelve hours time, haha. will be the first time i step into town proper in months! which is kinda funny, considering how close i live to it. or maybe it one of those take it for granted don things.

since jeff likes to read my blog so much, happy birthday again! your giant pot of honey is forthcoming. i don think i can afford a goat, though.

the most exciting news in my life recently is that exams are over, yay. other than that, uh, eugene bought me new shoes and i bought myself another pair and now i think my shoe rack may be full. there some that i don wear and others that can be worn any more that i just haven gotten round to getting rid of so now there just more motivation for me to clear stuff out.

and of course, it that time of year again, when i seem to be busier than when i have classes and assignments and things to do on top of those. falalalala lalalala.

oh yes, i just got promoted to a leadership position in children church 😀 super like, omw, wow. (i am so unable to find the right words to describe my very varied feelings that my brain has switched to bimbo gear.)
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She has turned the clock back on her troubled relationship with her family, and patched things up with her father Michael Lohan after years of family drama.

And actress Lindsay Lohan looked to be in high spirits as she enjoyed a night out on the tiles, appearing as a special guest at an LGBTQ Super Trade Party in Brooklyn,New York on Sunday night.

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The Mean Girls alum told Wendy Williamson Friday’s showthat she and her father, Michael, now get along.

‘It’s great,’ said the Herbie Full Loaded star, who now calls Dubai home. Both her parents were in the audience of the daytime talk show as well as Lindsay’s 94 year old grandmother.

The split between her mom Dina and dad Michael in 2007 was anything but civil as tabloids ran stories about unpaid child support and domestic abuse.

‘I think that in life, parents have their things together and sometimes the children are immersed in it and you just have to really step back and let your parents do what they do and figure out everything for themselves,’ she said.

Fun night: Lindsay looked happier than ever during the LGBTQ bash, posing for pictures with her trademark auburn hair in full display

‘And we all have a great relationship now so it’s nice . . . it’s much simpler that way.’

After a rocky several years dealing with substance abuse and family turmoil, the child star seems to be back on track.

She also told Wendy that she’s got a lot of little projects in the works including opening a chain of nightclubs and designing an island in Dubai.

Lindsay told the talk show host that she’s planning on developing her own film called Frame, centered on an American photographer who moves with her husband toSaudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh.

Of the film, she said: ‘[The main character] starts to understand the culture and she starts to understand the women there fencing, that’s a big thing for the women there, so there’s a lot of fencing courses and horse back riding’.

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BARCELONA, SPAIN JUNE 02: Lionel Messi of FC Barcelona and his father Jorge Horacio Messi seen inside the court during the third day of the trial on June 2, 2016 in Barcelona, Spain. Lionel Messi and his father Jorge Messi, who manages his financial affairs, are accused of defrauding the Spanish Tax Agency of 4.1 million Euros ($4.6 million, 3.2 million) by using companies based in tax havens such as Belize and Uruguay to conceal earnings from image rights during years 2007 to 2009. (Photo by Alberto Estevez Pool/Getty Images)

BARCELONA, SPAIN JUNE 02: Lionel Messi of FC Barcelona and his father Jorge Horacio Messi seen inside the court during the third day of the trial on June 2, 2016 in Barcelona, Spain. Lionel Messi and his father Jorge Messi, who manages his financial affairs, are accused of defrauding the Spanish Tax Agency of 4.1 million Euros ($4.6 million, 3.2 million) by using companies based in tax havens such as Belize and Uruguay to conceal earnings from image rights during years 2007 to 2009. (Photo by Alberto Estevez Pool/Getty Images)

Soccer superstar Lionel Messi, regarded by many as one of the most talented players in the history of the game, is due in court with his father to answer tax fraud charges Thursday.

Prosecutors allege the pair sought to hide the Barcelona forward earnings in offshore accounts, amounting to the defrauding of the Spanish government to the tune of 4.1 million ($4.6 million). They could face a jail term of up to 22 months if found guilty.

The trial opened Tuesday, but injuries prevented the Argentina star from appearing. He and his father, Jorge Horacio Messi who manages his financial affairs are only obliged to appear Thursday in order to testify.

Prosecutors filed charges in 2013. Messi has denied any wrongdoing, and in August of that year he and his father paid $6.75 million in back taxes plus interest.

The complaint centers on alleged tax fraud between 2007 and 2009. Prosecutors contend Messi and his father, aiming to lower their Spanish tax bill, sought to manage the player lucrative income from image rights through shell companies set up overseas.

In June 2014, a Spanish state prosecutor asked the judge to drop the tax fraud charges against Messi but not his father. Later that year, a judge ruled that the case against both would proceed, despite the state prosecutor request.

Messi, 26, has an annual salary from his club, FC Barcelona, of more than $20 million, plus endorsements from sponsors including Adidas and PepsiCo.

According to Forbes, he earned an estimated $73.8 million in 2015.

have always fulfilled all our tax obligations, following the advice of our tax consultants, who will take care of clarifying this situation, Messi posted on his Facebook page when the charges were initially filed.

Messi was implicated in the so called Papers offshore leak in April 2016, according to reports.

FC Barcelona has promised to give Messi legal and financial support, as the Argentina international considers whether to sue over the leak.

Messi, who arrived at Barcelona as a 13 year old in 2000 and gained Spanish citizenship in 2005, has won eight Spanish Primera Liga titles and three Champions League crowns during his time at the club. He is Barcelona and the league all time leading scorer.
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Imagine you get a letter from Centrelink saying you have an outstanding debt of more than half your yearly salary. Oh, and it’s due in just over a fortnight.

Brisbane based single mum Joy got a letter like that before Christmas. (Joy isn’t her real name; she’s asked Hack not to identify her as her debt is still outstanding.)

Joy receives, on average, about $540 a fortnight in Family Tax Benefits and a partial parental payment to help ease the cost of raising two small children on her own. She works three days a week and earns about $45,000 a year.

So it came as a rude shock in December when Centrelink told her she owed them over $24,000.

“I was really stressed and upset. I work in an open plan office and was trying not to burst into tears,” she told Hack.

“As a single parent, I don’t have a safety net of a lot of savings.

I was looking at years of paying off this debt.”

Joy went straight to the MyGov site to try and figure out why the debt had come about in the first place.

She was worried she’d made an error in her reporting, but the figure of $24,000 was so big she doubted that was the case.

“I understand that they have to check these things; I have no problem with that whatsoever,” she said.

“If a valid debt is found, of course I’ll repay it. I want to do everything the right way.”

Thousands of letters sent to recipientsJoy is one of the 169,000 people who have received a letter from Centrelink asking them to check if the info they provided to the organisation was correct.

All welfare recipients including people who got student support payments are subject to the new compliance measures.

Centrelink’s new automated compliance system has raised red flags all over the place; discrepancies that critics of the system said would not occur if humans were checking welfare records.

The number of letters has ballooned from 20,000 a year to 20,000 a week.

For some people, the automated system assumed that the welfare they receive in a fortnight is the same across the year without taking into account that some people work casually or only during certain periods.

‘I can’t afford the repayments’For Joy, the discrepancy hinged on a simple data entry error.

Centrelink had two different names for her employer the full name of the organisation and the well known abbreviation of its name. The new automated system flagged that Joy was therefore working two different jobs and was owed much less in welfare than she had received.

“If it was a human checking this, they would have looked at it and thought, ‘hmm, this is suspicious’,” Joy said.

Despite being convinced that the debt is not due to an error on her part, Joy has had to start paying it off.

Failing to do so will “appear to be debt evading” and will make her life even harder, Joy said.

So she set up a payment plan. Debt collectors rang her and asked her to pay back $900 a fortnight. Joy nearly lost it. There was no way she could afford that.

“A lot of my clothes and shoes are hand me downs,” she said, adding that what little she has left over from tax returns goes towards putting her kids in swimming lessons and having a short holiday outside the city.

I was looking at years of not even being able to afford a few things like that.”

Eventually Joy and the debt collectors landed on the figure of $60 in repayments a fortnight.

“I can’t afford to lose that amount, but we won’t go completely under,” she said.

Repayments to be reassessed in 12 weeksThe first payment came out of her account two days before Christmas, and despite the question mark hanging over her debt, she’ll have to keep paying it off even as it is being investigated.

She has no idea how long the investigation will take, but debt collectors said they’ll reassess her $60 fortnightly payments in 12 weeks’ time. If things come out in her favour, she’ll get the money back. one day.
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43 Marjorie Ruddick joined the Civil Nursing Reserve when she was 23, two years into the War:

“I was 23 when required to register for active service, and was given several choices: the armed forces, the Land Army, munitions, and the Civil Nursing Reserve; after much thought I chose the last. An interview at the County Headquarters followed, and then on to an emergency hospital in Weymouth, where I spent two reasonably happy years. Happy, apart from being bombed out at the nurses’ home and hospital, losing all my possessions. We were housed in lodgings until they could get another house for us.

Yes, things were difficult, things like clothing coupons to get clothes together, but parents helped a lot you know. We coped, everyone had to in those war years, we all got together and got on with it we didn’t think too much about it really.

A few of the girls that I worked with were Red Cross nurses, and some had been trained in St Johns, so they were very useful, but others like myself, and we were quite a bunch, were completely untrained, and we just had two lectures when we arrived at the hospitaltwo weeks’ lectures when we arrived at the hospital and then we were thrust on to the wards, and that was an eye opener I can tell you.

We must have been an awful headache for our matron, who was very strict, very different to the matrons of today, and we just had a trained sister in charge.

It was quite a big hospital, an emergency hospital, commandeered fromI’m not sure what it was before, but after the War it became a maternity hospital. But the premises were good, and we were well looked after really, considering that, you know, we were on war rations, and we had a chef and special waiting girls to serve us, and our food was very good really. We had 2ozs of butter, 2 ozs of meat (which of course the hospital took from our ration books, and yes, it wasn’t too bad really.

And the soldiers that we had, it was mainly army personnel, just one or two naval came in but not many. The soldiers had come from all over, and it wasn’t only wounded soldiers, it was, I mean when you are dealing with hundreds of thousands of men, you get all sorts of complaints, operations, yes. I helped in the operating theatre for one stint, about four months at a time, and you had seven days’ leave, and came back and were put on to a different ward. The theatre was ever so (traumatic) it was a completely different way of life at first, but as I say we coped, we just got on and did what we were told.

We could see our parents by bus too. Oh, I should say that we had one pound and sixpence a week, and out of that we had to buy our stockings, shoes, and little white cuffs that we had, little frilly cuffs on the sleeves, and so we didn’t have a lot of money to spend, and we had to save to go home. I just can’t remember how much the fare was to Bournemouth. At the time I was seeing my future fianc, he lived in Salisbury, his parents, so I used to go and see them occasionally too. He became a Methodist minister; he went to London, so he was in the thick of it, and he went to a Mission Church, the Poplar and Bow Mission, and yes, I didn’t see Eric very often. But we corresponded by letter,
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didn’t use the phone much, only dire necessity, and of course ordinary homes didn’t have a phone in those days, and we had one, when we arrived in London later, but you see our parents didn’t, so it was difficult in that way.

After two years my fianc was sent to the East End of London, and we married, so again I had to experience a big change in my life, ‘cos we went straight into the very high explosive bombing, and then that eased off a little bit, and was followed by the doodlebugs, and then when that eased off, the RAF gradually got the length of these bombs, and they were able to bring a lot down over the coast, and then it became a little easier. And then the rockets started, you know worst of all, because you didn’t hear them coming, never heard a sound until it hit the ground and you, if you were on that particular plot of ground it was very, very trying.

I wasn’t still nursing in London, I helped generally at the Mission and we used to go into the shelters with coffee and help, whatever was needed you know. And I can remember very well on one occasion, there’d been a little row of shops, and I had been shopping that afternoon, went into the shelter as usual, came out when the all clear went, and I just couldn’t find my way round, it was completely you know, everything had gone. And that was most unnerving, you felt lost, and where am I, who am I? Yes, it was very difficult, that. But the East Enders were wonderful; I had difficulty coming from the seaside, being brought up in a seaside town, but they were always calling me ‘duck’, I hadn’t heard that expression, and they were so kind, they just got on with everything and they didn’t make a song and dance. But almost every house, you know, the rafters, they were all bare into people’s houses (tarpaulins to cover the roof). And the little children, well they justthey played as normal, but it was a terrible time. I think we should remember, because it’s so easy to forget, isn’t it?

I remember VE Day, I was expecting a baby by that time. My eldest son, he is in his 60th year now (he’s a Methodist minister too).

We had babies at home. Actually when Paul was born, we had moved to Basingstoke, so I was able to have the baby in my own home which I preferred, it was lovely. I had three babies in different places, and three marvellous midwives, oh they couldn’t have been better.

On actual VE Day I think we’d gone to Bournemouth to see my father really who was very ill at the time; I’d already lost my mother during the War and VE Day happened just as we were seeing my father, so that’s what I remember about that now.

Later we had time in Yorkshire, Basingstoke, Swindon, all different types of work. My husband was an industrial chaplain as well as being in normal church work, and hospital chaplaincy of course he had, he was a very outgoing man, yes.

When we came to Stratford he was a telephone Samaritan too; the base was at Coventry then, there wasn’t a branch in Stratford at the time. He died at 71, had a massive heart attack. We came to Stratford in ’67, so I know a lot of people.”
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On Twitter, Maxus Global said about the elevation, “We are thrilled to announce that Lindsay Pattison has been promoted to be our new Global CEO. Exciting times ahead.”

Recall that Sakhuja, who used to work as CEO of GroupM India and South Asia, was promoted to the position of global CEO, Maxus, in August 2012. It was a big piece of news back then, because it marked the very first time an Indian was selected to head the global operations of a networked media agency,
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while continuing to be based in India.

As regards the current piece of news, the agency is keeping quiet about Sakhuja’s new role, but clarifies that he will remain within the group.

While announcing the promotion of Pattison, Proctor said, “Lindsay has a proven reputation as a leader and is held with enormous regard both internally and by her clients. She exemplifies the spirit and ambition of the Maxus culture and we are confident she will take the network into the next stage of growth.”

“I am thrilled to step up into this role. I love the energy of Maxus and I relish opportunity that comes from our unique and fortunate position as the challenger brand within GroupM. At Maxus we have a mantra to lean into change. In fact it’s really to lead change for our clients, navigating the complexity and embracing the possibilities offered in a digitalised, mobile, always on media landscape. It’s an incredibly exciting time to lead a media agency,
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” Pattison says.