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                    [description] => Wrestler Terunofuji Haruo (left) winner of Takakeish? Mitsunobu at the Kyushu basho sumo tournament in Fukuoka on November 28, 2021. JIJI PRESS / AFP Mass movements A debate between presidential candidates? Better than that. From November 14 to 28, in Fukuoka, Japan, Kyushu Basho was held, one of the biggest sumo tournaments of the year, ... Read more
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Mass movements

A debate between presidential candidates? Better than that. From November 14 to 28, in Fukuoka, Japan, Kyushu Basho was held, one of the biggest sumo tournaments of the year, a real event in the country. The opportunity to see the so-called Terunofuji Haruo attempt by all means to send his opponent, Takakeish? Mitsunobu, out of the limits of the dohy? (the combat zone), or to make him touch the ground with another part of the body than the soles. Because that is the ultimate objective of this struggle between living demigods.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers In Japan, sumo, a world without mercy for the health of the fighters

Lords of the ring

In this secular art, mentioned in the oldest Japanese language book, Chronicle of ancient facts, dated VIIIe century, everything is traditions, rituals and strange details. Thus, the dohy? is surrounded by small bundles of rice straw. Four of them are set back slightly from the line of the circle. A wrestler pushed to the edge of the ring can therefore try to approach one of these points to use it as a support in order to repel his opponent more effectively. Obviously, the process is often desperate and doomed to failure. This is the case here.

With cords and cries

It goes without saying that sumo outfits are also receiving a lot of attention. The two fighters wear the very becoming mawashi, that is, a strip of fabric six to eight meters long, surrounding, in very tight loops, the pelvis, and tied in the back, at the lumbar region. Here, since it is an important competition, an apron made of cords is also attached to the mawashi. Be aware, the latter is purely decorative, and even has a good chance of falling during the confrontation.

  • These wrestlers with extraordinary measurements are revered and adored in Japan.  Photographers Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc followed three days during the daily life of these colossi with feet of clay.  In this street of Chuo district, Tokyo, is the Arashio sumo team.  Founded in 2002 by former champion Oyutaka Masachika, it hosts 14 rikishis (wrestlers) and is one of the forty heyas in Japan.

    These wrestlers with extraordinary measurements are revered and adored in Japan. Photographers Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc followed three days during the daily life of these colossi with feet of clay. In this street of Chuo district, Tokyo, is the Arashio sumo team. Founded in 2002 by former champion Oyutaka Masachika, it hosts 14 rikishis (wrestlers) and is one of the forty heyas in Japan. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • Recruited in China, Sokokurai (in the hands of the barber of the stable) is the only member of Arashio to fight in the first professional division.  This rank earned him several privileges, including that of being the first to sit at the table.

    Recruited in China, Sokokurai (in the hands of the barber of the stable) is the only member of Arashio to fight in the first professional division. This rank earned him several privileges, including that of being the first to sit at the table. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • After lunch, the wrestlers spend their time as they see fit.

    After lunch, the wrestlers spend their time as they see fit. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • Rikishi Fukugoriki grappling with an amateur wrestler.

    Rikishi Fukugoriki grappling with an amateur wrestler. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • The fights, which take place inside a sacred circle, are brief but extremely violent because of the weight of the adversaries.

    The fights, which take place inside a sacred circle, are brief but extremely violent because of the weight of the adversaries. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • The training, very intense physically and mentally, takes place between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m.

    The training, very intense physically and mentally, takes place between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • The afternoon is free.  A professional career lasts about ten years.  Once retired, these exceptional athletes lose a lot of weight, without necessarily regaining an ordinary weight load.

    The afternoon is free. A professional career lasts about ten years. Once retired, these exceptional athletes lose a lot of weight, without necessarily regaining an ordinary weight load. ALEXIS ARMANET AND VANESSA LEFRANC FOR “M, THE WORLD MAGAZINE”

  • The young wrestler Goushi.

    The young wrestler Goushi. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • Un rikishi opposé au champion Sokokurai.

    A rikishi opposed to champion Sokokurai. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • Sumos from another team to fight.

    Sumos from another team to fight. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • Watatani, 17, joined Arashio at the end of college.  Many apprentices leave their families very early for an almost monastic life in a stable.

    Watatani, 17, joined Arashio at the end of college. Many apprentices leave their families very early for an almost monastic life in a stable. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

The wick is said

The competitors wear a funny hairstyle called chonmage. This originally allowed the samurai to stabilize their helmets on their heads. Today, the function of this hairstyle is symbolic. His haircut even became the key moment in the sumo retirement ceremony. Dignitaries and other important people in a wrestler’s life are then invited to take one of his locks of hair, the last of which goes to his trainer.

Blood scruples

Finally, note the presence of several women in the audience. The observation is not anecdotal, because access to the dohy? is prohibited for them, according to a tradition considering blood as a stain and therefore excluding women due to menstruation. In 2007, in Tokyo, when, for the first time in the history of professional sumo, a spectator tried to enter the arena, a wrestler rushed to block her passage. Conclusion? Even more misogynistic than a debate between presidential candidates, it is possible.

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Just a pair of demigods: maybe that’s a detail for you

) [summary] => Wrestler Terunofuji Haruo (left) winner of Takakeish? Mitsunobu at the Kyushu basho sumo tournament in Fukuoka on November 28, 2021. JIJI PRESS / AFP Mass movements A debate between presidential candidates? Better than that. From November 14 to 28, in Fukuoka, Japan, Kyushu Basho was held, one of the biggest sumo tournaments of the year, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Mass movements

A debate between presidential candidates? Better than that. From November 14 to 28, in Fukuoka, Japan, Kyushu Basho was held, one of the biggest sumo tournaments of the year, a real event in the country. The opportunity to see the so-called Terunofuji Haruo attempt by all means to send his opponent, Takakeish? Mitsunobu, out of the limits of the dohy? (the combat zone), or to make him touch the ground with another part of the body than the soles. Because that is the ultimate objective of this struggle between living demigods.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers In Japan, sumo, a world without mercy for the health of the fighters

Lords of the ring

In this secular art, mentioned in the oldest Japanese language book, Chronicle of ancient facts, dated VIIIe century, everything is traditions, rituals and strange details. Thus, the dohy? is surrounded by small bundles of rice straw. Four of them are set back slightly from the line of the circle. A wrestler pushed to the edge of the ring can therefore try to approach one of these points to use it as a support in order to repel his opponent more effectively. Obviously, the process is often desperate and doomed to failure. This is the case here.

With cords and cries

It goes without saying that sumo outfits are also receiving a lot of attention. The two fighters wear the very becoming mawashi, that is, a strip of fabric six to eight meters long, surrounding, in very tight loops, the pelvis, and tied in the back, at the lumbar region. Here, since it is an important competition, an apron made of cords is also attached to the mawashi. Be aware, the latter is purely decorative, and even has a good chance of falling during the confrontation.

  • These wrestlers with extraordinary measurements are revered and adored in Japan.  Photographers Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc followed three days during the daily life of these colossi with feet of clay.  In this street of Chuo district, Tokyo, is the Arashio sumo team.  Founded in 2002 by former champion Oyutaka Masachika, it hosts 14 rikishis (wrestlers) and is one of the forty heyas in Japan.

    These wrestlers with extraordinary measurements are revered and adored in Japan. Photographers Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc followed three days during the daily life of these colossi with feet of clay. In this street of Chuo district, Tokyo, is the Arashio sumo team. Founded in 2002 by former champion Oyutaka Masachika, it hosts 14 rikishis (wrestlers) and is one of the forty heyas in Japan. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • Recruited in China, Sokokurai (in the hands of the barber of the stable) is the only member of Arashio to fight in the first professional division.  This rank earned him several privileges, including that of being the first to sit at the table.

    Recruited in China, Sokokurai (in the hands of the barber of the stable) is the only member of Arashio to fight in the first professional division. This rank earned him several privileges, including that of being the first to sit at the table. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • After lunch, the wrestlers spend their time as they see fit.

    After lunch, the wrestlers spend their time as they see fit. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • Rikishi Fukugoriki grappling with an amateur wrestler.

    Rikishi Fukugoriki grappling with an amateur wrestler. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • The fights, which take place inside a sacred circle, are brief but extremely violent because of the weight of the adversaries.

    The fights, which take place inside a sacred circle, are brief but extremely violent because of the weight of the adversaries. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • The training, very intense physically and mentally, takes place between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m.

    The training, very intense physically and mentally, takes place between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • The afternoon is free.  A professional career lasts about ten years.  Once retired, these exceptional athletes lose a lot of weight, without necessarily regaining an ordinary weight load.

    The afternoon is free. A professional career lasts about ten years. Once retired, these exceptional athletes lose a lot of weight, without necessarily regaining an ordinary weight load. ALEXIS ARMANET AND VANESSA LEFRANC FOR “M, THE WORLD MAGAZINE”

  • The young wrestler Goushi.

    The young wrestler Goushi. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • Un rikishi opposé au champion Sokokurai.

    A rikishi opposed to champion Sokokurai. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • Sumos from another team to fight.

    Sumos from another team to fight. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

  • Watatani, 17, joined Arashio at the end of college.  Many apprentices leave their families very early for an almost monastic life in a stable.

    Watatani, 17, joined Arashio at the end of college. Many apprentices leave their families very early for an almost monastic life in a stable. Alexis Armanet and Vanessa Lefranc for M Le magazine du Monde

The wick is said

The competitors wear a funny hairstyle called chonmage. This originally allowed the samurai to stabilize their helmets on their heads. Today, the function of this hairstyle is symbolic. His haircut even became the key moment in the sumo retirement ceremony. Dignitaries and other important people in a wrestler’s life are then invited to take one of his locks of hair, the last of which goes to his trainer.

Blood scruples

Finally, note the presence of several women in the audience. The observation is not anecdotal, because access to the dohy? is prohibited for them, according to a tradition considering blood as a stain and therefore excluding women due to menstruation. In 2007, in Tokyo, when, for the first time in the history of professional sumo, a spectator tried to enter the arena, a wrestler rushed to block her passage. Conclusion? Even more misogynistic than a debate between presidential candidates, it is possible.

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Just a pair of demigods: maybe that’s a detail for you

[date_timestamp] => 1638714772 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Physicists exploit space and time symmetries to control quantum materials [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/healthandscience/physicists-exploit-space-and-time-symmetries-to-control-quantum-materials/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Sun, 05 Dec 2021 14:26:11 +0000 [category] => Health And SciencecontrolexploitmaterialsPhysicistsquantumspacesymmetriestime [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=8348 [description] => Journal Reference: Charles Andrew Downing, Vasil Arkadievich Saroka. Exceptional points in oligomer chains. Communications Physics, 2021; 4 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s42005-021-00757-3 Two theoretical physicists, from the University of Exeter (United Kingdom) and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (in Trondheim, Norway), have built a quantum theory describing a chain of quantum resonators satisfying space reflection ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Charles Andrew Downing, Vasil Arkadievich Saroka. Exceptional points in oligomer chains. Communications Physics, 2021; 4 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s42005-021-00757-3

Two theoretical physicists, from the University of Exeter (United Kingdom) and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (in Trondheim, Norway), have built a quantum theory describing a chain of quantum resonators satisfying space reflection and time reversal symmetries. They have shown how the different quantum phases of such chains are associated with remarkable phenomena, which may be useful in the design of future quantum devices relying on strong correlations.

A common distinction in physics is between open and closed systems. Closed systems are isolated from any external environment, such that energy is conserved because there is nowhere for it to escape to. Open systems are connected to the outer world, and via exchanges with the environment they are subject to energy gains and energy losses. There is an important third case. When the energy flowing in and flowing out of the system is finely balanced, an intermediate situation between being open and closed arises. This equilibrium can occur when the system obeys a combined symmetry of space and time, that is when (1) switching left and right and (2) flipping the arrow of time leave the system essentially unchanged.

In their latest research, Downing and Saroka discuss the phases of a quantum chain of resonators satisfying space reflection and time reversal symmetries. There are principally two phases of interest, a trivial phase (accompanied by intuitive physics) and a nontrivial phase (marked with surprising physics). The border between these two phases is marked by an exceptional point. The researchers have found the locations of these exceptional points for a chain with an arbitrary number of resonators, providing insight into the scaling up of quantum systems obeying these symmetries. Importantly, the nontrivial phase allows for unconventional transport effects and strong quantum correlations, which may be used to control the behaviour and propagation of light at nanoscopic length scales.

This theoretical study may be useful for the generation, manipulation and control of light in low-dimensional quantum materials, with a view to building light-based devices exploiting photons, the particles of light, as workhorses down at sizes around one billionth of a meter.

Charles Downing, from the University of Exeter, commented: ?Our work on parity-time symmetry in open quantum systems further emphasises how symmetry underpins our understanding of the physical world, and how we may benefit from it.?

Vasil Saroka, from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, added: ?We hope that our theoretical work on parity-time symmetry can inspire further experimental research in this exciting area of physics.?

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Physicists exploit space and time symmetries to control quantum materials

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Charles Andrew Downing, Vasil Arkadievich Saroka. Exceptional points in oligomer chains. Communications Physics, 2021; 4 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s42005-021-00757-3 Two theoretical physicists, from the University of Exeter (United Kingdom) and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (in Trondheim, Norway), have built a quantum theory describing a chain of quantum resonators satisfying space reflection ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Charles Andrew Downing, Vasil Arkadievich Saroka. Exceptional points in oligomer chains. Communications Physics, 2021; 4 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s42005-021-00757-3

Two theoretical physicists, from the University of Exeter (United Kingdom) and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (in Trondheim, Norway), have built a quantum theory describing a chain of quantum resonators satisfying space reflection and time reversal symmetries. They have shown how the different quantum phases of such chains are associated with remarkable phenomena, which may be useful in the design of future quantum devices relying on strong correlations.

A common distinction in physics is between open and closed systems. Closed systems are isolated from any external environment, such that energy is conserved because there is nowhere for it to escape to. Open systems are connected to the outer world, and via exchanges with the environment they are subject to energy gains and energy losses. There is an important third case. When the energy flowing in and flowing out of the system is finely balanced, an intermediate situation between being open and closed arises. This equilibrium can occur when the system obeys a combined symmetry of space and time, that is when (1) switching left and right and (2) flipping the arrow of time leave the system essentially unchanged.

In their latest research, Downing and Saroka discuss the phases of a quantum chain of resonators satisfying space reflection and time reversal symmetries. There are principally two phases of interest, a trivial phase (accompanied by intuitive physics) and a nontrivial phase (marked with surprising physics). The border between these two phases is marked by an exceptional point. The researchers have found the locations of these exceptional points for a chain with an arbitrary number of resonators, providing insight into the scaling up of quantum systems obeying these symmetries. Importantly, the nontrivial phase allows for unconventional transport effects and strong quantum correlations, which may be used to control the behaviour and propagation of light at nanoscopic length scales.

This theoretical study may be useful for the generation, manipulation and control of light in low-dimensional quantum materials, with a view to building light-based devices exploiting photons, the particles of light, as workhorses down at sizes around one billionth of a meter.

Charles Downing, from the University of Exeter, commented: ?Our work on parity-time symmetry in open quantum systems further emphasises how symmetry underpins our understanding of the physical world, and how we may benefit from it.?

Vasil Saroka, from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, added: ?We hope that our theoretical work on parity-time symmetry can inspire further experimental research in this exciting area of physics.?

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Physicists exploit space and time symmetries to control quantum materials

[date_timestamp] => 1638714371 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => ?The Animal and Death?, by Charles Stépanoff: the hunter and his game, soul cousins [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/opinions/the-animal-and-death-by-charles-stepanoff-the-hunter-and-his-game-soul-cousins/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harold Kent ) [pubdate] => Sun, 05 Dec 2021 14:17:29 +0000 [category] => OpinionsanimalCharlescousinsdeathGamehuntersoulStépanoff [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=8342 [description] => A hunter, in France. PHILIPPE TURPIN/PHOTONONSTOP ?The Animal and death. Hunts, modernity and the crisis of the wild ?, by Charles Stépanoff, La Découverte,? Sciences sociales du vivant ?, 384 p., ? 23, digital ? 16. We may not have measured, during the confinements, the frustration of anthropologists. It’s one thing to be grounded. It ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

?The Animal and death. Hunts, modernity and the crisis of the wild ?, by Charles Stépanoff, La Découverte,? Sciences sociales du vivant ?, 384 p., ? 23, digital ? 16.

We may not have measured, during the confinements, the frustration of anthropologists. It’s one thing to be grounded. It is quite another to have to think, in one’s seclusion, of the areas that have become inaccessible to which one has devoted their life. Charles Stépanoff, who has been investigating Siberian shamans for years, must have known this melancholy, but sometimes it only takes an hour’s drive to discover another world inside our own. And it is in Perche, Beauce and Yvelines that he set out to meet the people to whom he devotes The Animal and Death : rural hunters.

A few surprises accompanied this sort of neighborhood expedition. So it was not obvious that the French peasants, craftsmen or employees that he followed for two years would present so many kinship traits with their counterparts in South Siberia. Were it, as he points out, “In minor mode, often humorous or emotional, without a commonly accepted cultural structure”, an animist-looking cosmology haunts, for example, the speeches of his new interlocutors when they describe what they have learned by being in contact with animals. As in Siberia, the animal soul is cousin to them with its human counterpart. The forest roars with speechless conversations; it is a theater where actors with hair and feathers seem to replay, in their fashion, the scenes of village society.

Read also Five preconceived ideas about hunting scrutinized: “a city dwellers’ leisure”, “fewer accidents for twenty years”

Charles Stépanoff excels at disentangling this tangle of reciprocal emotions between the hunter and his game, tied around a shared relationship of“Intimacy with the territory”. The rural hunter is aware of being on that of his prey. Yet it is also his; he knows every trail, unlike the client of commercial hunts, who often come from the city. His family has sometimes lived there for generations. But hares and pheasants also have a certain age. Moreover, the animals, across the fields, “Feed on human activity” and men, ” in their turn “, feed on them.

Logic of interdependence

The Animal and Death, in short, draw circles between species, lands, forests, villages. In all directions, the worlds circulate and exchange, in a logic of interdependence which is worth, according to the anthropologist, like a reminder of possibilities of which the contemporary West would show itself oblivious. Predation by hunters “Socialized, exhibited, ritualized dwelling, at the center of the life of rural communities”. She is the opposite of this “Strange mixture of extreme sensitivity and hardened insensitivity” which would characterize a contemporary relationship with animals structured by the two complementary poles of protection – soft domination of chosen species, the radical difference of which we would blur out of affection – and exploitation – slaughterhouses where we hide the industrial death of animals.

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“The Animal and Death”, by Charles Stépanoff: the hunter and his game, soul cousins

) [summary] => A hunter, in France. PHILIPPE TURPIN/PHOTONONSTOP ?The Animal and death. Hunts, modernity and the crisis of the wild ?, by Charles Stépanoff, La Découverte,? Sciences sociales du vivant ?, 384 p., ? 23, digital ? 16. We may not have measured, during the confinements, the frustration of anthropologists. It’s one thing to be grounded. It ... Read more [atom_content] =>

?The Animal and death. Hunts, modernity and the crisis of the wild ?, by Charles Stépanoff, La Découverte,? Sciences sociales du vivant ?, 384 p., ? 23, digital ? 16.

We may not have measured, during the confinements, the frustration of anthropologists. It’s one thing to be grounded. It is quite another to have to think, in one’s seclusion, of the areas that have become inaccessible to which one has devoted their life. Charles Stépanoff, who has been investigating Siberian shamans for years, must have known this melancholy, but sometimes it only takes an hour’s drive to discover another world inside our own. And it is in Perche, Beauce and Yvelines that he set out to meet the people to whom he devotes The Animal and Death : rural hunters.

A few surprises accompanied this sort of neighborhood expedition. So it was not obvious that the French peasants, craftsmen or employees that he followed for two years would present so many kinship traits with their counterparts in South Siberia. Were it, as he points out, “In minor mode, often humorous or emotional, without a commonly accepted cultural structure”, an animist-looking cosmology haunts, for example, the speeches of his new interlocutors when they describe what they have learned by being in contact with animals. As in Siberia, the animal soul is cousin to them with its human counterpart. The forest roars with speechless conversations; it is a theater where actors with hair and feathers seem to replay, in their fashion, the scenes of village society.

Read also Five preconceived ideas about hunting scrutinized: “a city dwellers’ leisure”, “fewer accidents for twenty years”

Charles Stépanoff excels at disentangling this tangle of reciprocal emotions between the hunter and his game, tied around a shared relationship of“Intimacy with the territory”. The rural hunter is aware of being on that of his prey. Yet it is also his; he knows every trail, unlike the client of commercial hunts, who often come from the city. His family has sometimes lived there for generations. But hares and pheasants also have a certain age. Moreover, the animals, across the fields, “Feed on human activity” and men, ” in their turn “, feed on them.

Logic of interdependence

The Animal and Death, in short, draw circles between species, lands, forests, villages. In all directions, the worlds circulate and exchange, in a logic of interdependence which is worth, according to the anthropologist, like a reminder of possibilities of which the contemporary West would show itself oblivious. Predation by hunters “Socialized, exhibited, ritualized dwelling, at the center of the life of rural communities”. She is the opposite of this “Strange mixture of extreme sensitivity and hardened insensitivity” which would characterize a contemporary relationship with animals structured by the two complementary poles of protection – soft domination of chosen species, the radical difference of which we would blur out of affection – and exploitation – slaughterhouses where we hide the industrial death of animals.

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“The Animal and Death”, by Charles Stépanoff: the hunter and his game, soul cousins

[date_timestamp] => 1638713849 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Probiotics improve nausea and vomiting in pregnancy [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/healthandscience/probiotics-improve-nausea-and-vomiting-in-pregnancy/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Sun, 05 Dec 2021 13:09:08 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceimprovenauseapregnancyProbioticsvomiting [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=8337 [description] => Journal Reference: Albert T. Liu, Shuai Chen, Prasant Kumar Jena, Lili Sheng, Ying Hu, Yu-Jui Yvonne Wan. Probiotics Improve Gastrointestinal Function and Life Quality in Pregnancy. Nutrients, 2021; 13 (11): 3931 DOI: 10.3390/nu13113931 Nausea and vomiting affect about 85% of pregnancies and can significantly impact quality of life, particularly during early pregnancy. ?The cause of ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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  1. Albert T. Liu, Shuai Chen, Prasant Kumar Jena, Lili Sheng, Ying Hu, Yu-Jui Yvonne Wan. Probiotics Improve Gastrointestinal Function and Life Quality in Pregnancy. Nutrients, 2021; 13 (11): 3931 DOI: 10.3390/nu13113931

Nausea and vomiting affect about 85% of pregnancies and can significantly impact quality of life, particularly during early pregnancy.

?The cause of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy is unknown to this date. Various theories have been proposed, but none of them is conclusive,? said Albert T. Liu, lead author for the study and a professor of obstetrics and gynecology.

?Nausea, vomiting and constipation during pregnancy can significantly diminish the quality of patients? lives. Once nausea and vomiting during pregnancy progress, they can become difficult to control, and sometimes the patient even needs to be hospitalized,? Liu said.

Beneficial microbes

Probiotics are referred to as ?beneficial bacteria.? They can be found in foods like yogurt, kimchi, kefir, sauerkraut and tempeh. Probiotics are also available as food supplements. According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, other than vitamins, probiotics or prebiotics were the third most commonly used dietary supplement for adults.

Probiotics are thought to support the community of different microbes, often referred to as the ?gut microbiome,? found in the gastrointestinal tract.

During pregnancy, hormones like estrogen and progesterone increase, bringing about many physical changes. These increases can also change the gut microbiome, which likely affects the digestive system functions and causes unwanted symptoms like nausea, vomiting and constipation.

The researchers set out to determine whether supplementing with a probiotic could be beneficial for gastrointestinal function during pregnancy.

The study lasted for 16 days. A total of 32 participants took a probiotic capsule twice a day for six days and then took two days off. They then repeated the cycle.

The probiotics were available over-the-counter and mainly containedLactobacillus., a type of good bacteria. Each capsule contained approximately 10 billion live cultures at the time of manufacture.

Participants kept 17 daily observations of their symptoms during the duration of the study, for a total of 535 observations for the researchers to statistically assess.

What the researchers found was that taking the probiotic significantly reduced nausea and vomiting. Nausea hours (the number of hours participants felt nauseous) were reduced by 16%, and the number of times they vomited was reduced by 33%. Probiotic intake also significantly improved symptoms related to quality of life, such as fatigue, poor appetite and difficulty maintaining normal social activities, as scored by questionnaires.

Probiotics were also found to reduce constipation significantly.

?Over the years, I?ve observed that probiotics can reduce nausea and vomiting and ease constipation. It?s very encouraging that the study proved this to be true,? said Liu. ?Probiotics have also benefited many of my other patients who weren?t in the study,? said Liu.

New clues from gut microbes and byproducts

Participants also contributed fecal specimens before and during the study. The samples were analyzed to identify the type and number of microbes and the different byproducts of digestion.

This allowed the researchers to examine whether biomarkers in the fecal specimens corresponded with more severe nausea and assess how the probiotics affected participants who began the study with different baseline biomarkers.

One finding was that a low amount of bacteria that carry an enzyme named bile salt hydrolase, which generates bile acid to absorb nutrients, was associated with more pregnancy-related vomiting. Probiotics increase bile salt hydrolase-producing bacteria, which may explain why the supplements decreased levels of nausea and vomiting.

Another finding was that high levels of the gut microbes Akkermansia and A. muciniphila at the beginning of the study were associated with more vomiting. The probiotic significantly reduced the amount of those particular microbes and also reduced vomiting. This suggests Akkermansia and A. muciniphila may be reliable biomarkers that can predict vomiting in pregnancy.

Another finding was that vitamin E levels increased after taking probiotics. Higher levels of vitamin E were associated with low vomiting scores.

?This research provides key insights about the impact of gut microbes on gastrointestinal function during pregnancy. Our gut microbiota explains why we are what we eat, and why bacteria-generated metabolites and products have a huge impact on our health,? said Wan. ?They affect the gastrointestinal tract as well as skin health and neurological function.?

Although the findings are intriguing, the researchers caution that due to the small sample size, further studies will be needed to confirm the effects of the probiotics.

?Our previous work showed the benefits of probiotics in preventing liver inflammation. The current study might be one of the first to show the benefits of probiotics in pregnancy,? said Wan. ?It would be interesting and important to further test whether probiotics can reduce nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy in cancer patients.?

Additional authors on this study include Shuai Chen from the Department of Public Health Sciences, and Prasant Kumar Jena, Lili Sheng and Ying Hu from the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of California, Davis.

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: Albert T. Liu, Shuai Chen, Prasant Kumar Jena, Lili Sheng, Ying Hu, Yu-Jui Yvonne Wan. Probiotics Improve Gastrointestinal Function and Life Quality in Pregnancy. Nutrients, 2021; 13 (11): 3931 DOI: 10.3390/nu13113931 Nausea and vomiting affect about 85% of pregnancies and can significantly impact quality of life, particularly during early pregnancy. ?The cause of ... Read more [atom_content] =>

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  1. Albert T. Liu, Shuai Chen, Prasant Kumar Jena, Lili Sheng, Ying Hu, Yu-Jui Yvonne Wan. Probiotics Improve Gastrointestinal Function and Life Quality in Pregnancy. Nutrients, 2021; 13 (11): 3931 DOI: 10.3390/nu13113931

Nausea and vomiting affect about 85% of pregnancies and can significantly impact quality of life, particularly during early pregnancy.

?The cause of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy is unknown to this date. Various theories have been proposed, but none of them is conclusive,? said Albert T. Liu, lead author for the study and a professor of obstetrics and gynecology.

?Nausea, vomiting and constipation during pregnancy can significantly diminish the quality of patients? lives. Once nausea and vomiting during pregnancy progress, they can become difficult to control, and sometimes the patient even needs to be hospitalized,? Liu said.

Beneficial microbes

Probiotics are referred to as ?beneficial bacteria.? They can be found in foods like yogurt, kimchi, kefir, sauerkraut and tempeh. Probiotics are also available as food supplements. According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, other than vitamins, probiotics or prebiotics were the third most commonly used dietary supplement for adults.

Probiotics are thought to support the community of different microbes, often referred to as the ?gut microbiome,? found in the gastrointestinal tract.

During pregnancy, hormones like estrogen and progesterone increase, bringing about many physical changes. These increases can also change the gut microbiome, which likely affects the digestive system functions and causes unwanted symptoms like nausea, vomiting and constipation.

The researchers set out to determine whether supplementing with a probiotic could be beneficial for gastrointestinal function during pregnancy.

The study lasted for 16 days. A total of 32 participants took a probiotic capsule twice a day for six days and then took two days off. They then repeated the cycle.

The probiotics were available over-the-counter and mainly containedLactobacillus., a type of good bacteria. Each capsule contained approximately 10 billion live cultures at the time of manufacture.

Participants kept 17 daily observations of their symptoms during the duration of the study, for a total of 535 observations for the researchers to statistically assess.

What the researchers found was that taking the probiotic significantly reduced nausea and vomiting. Nausea hours (the number of hours participants felt nauseous) were reduced by 16%, and the number of times they vomited was reduced by 33%. Probiotic intake also significantly improved symptoms related to quality of life, such as fatigue, poor appetite and difficulty maintaining normal social activities, as scored by questionnaires.

Probiotics were also found to reduce constipation significantly.

?Over the years, I?ve observed that probiotics can reduce nausea and vomiting and ease constipation. It?s very encouraging that the study proved this to be true,? said Liu. ?Probiotics have also benefited many of my other patients who weren?t in the study,? said Liu.

New clues from gut microbes and byproducts

Participants also contributed fecal specimens before and during the study. The samples were analyzed to identify the type and number of microbes and the different byproducts of digestion.

This allowed the researchers to examine whether biomarkers in the fecal specimens corresponded with more severe nausea and assess how the probiotics affected participants who began the study with different baseline biomarkers.

One finding was that a low amount of bacteria that carry an enzyme named bile salt hydrolase, which generates bile acid to absorb nutrients, was associated with more pregnancy-related vomiting. Probiotics increase bile salt hydrolase-producing bacteria, which may explain why the supplements decreased levels of nausea and vomiting.

Another finding was that high levels of the gut microbes Akkermansia and A. muciniphila at the beginning of the study were associated with more vomiting. The probiotic significantly reduced the amount of those particular microbes and also reduced vomiting. This suggests Akkermansia and A. muciniphila may be reliable biomarkers that can predict vomiting in pregnancy.

Another finding was that vitamin E levels increased after taking probiotics. Higher levels of vitamin E were associated with low vomiting scores.

?This research provides key insights about the impact of gut microbes on gastrointestinal function during pregnancy. Our gut microbiota explains why we are what we eat, and why bacteria-generated metabolites and products have a huge impact on our health,? said Wan. ?They affect the gastrointestinal tract as well as skin health and neurological function.?

Although the findings are intriguing, the researchers caution that due to the small sample size, further studies will be needed to confirm the effects of the probiotics.

?Our previous work showed the benefits of probiotics in preventing liver inflammation. The current study might be one of the first to show the benefits of probiotics in pregnancy,? said Wan. ?It would be interesting and important to further test whether probiotics can reduce nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy in cancer patients.?

Additional authors on this study include Shuai Chen from the Department of Public Health Sciences, and Prasant Kumar Jena, Lili Sheng and Ying Hu from the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of California, Davis.

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[date_timestamp] => 1638709748 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => ALS therapy should target mind, not just spine [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/healthandscience/als-therapy-should-target-mind-not-just-spine/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Sun, 05 Dec 2021 11:52:20 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceALSmindspinetargettherapy [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=8332 [description] => Journal Reference: Bar?? Genç, Javier H. Jara, Santana S. Sanchez, Amiko K. B. Lagrimas, Öge Gözütok, Nuran Koçak, Yongling Zhu, P. Hande Özdinler. Upper motor neurons are a target for gene therapy and UCHL1 is necessary and sufficient to improve cellular integrity of diseased upper motor neurons. Gene Therapy, 2021; DOI: 10.1038/s41434-021-00303-4 A new Northwestern ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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  1. Bar?? Genç, Javier H. Jara, Santana S. Sanchez, Amiko K. B. Lagrimas, Öge Gözütok, Nuran Koçak, Yongling Zhu, P. Hande Özdinler. Upper motor neurons are a target for gene therapy and UCHL1 is necessary and sufficient to improve cellular integrity of diseased upper motor neurons. Gene Therapy, 2021; DOI: 10.1038/s41434-021-00303-4

A new Northwestern study shows the degeneration of brain motor neurons (the nerve cells in the brain that control movement of the limbs) is not merely a byproduct of the spinal motor neuron degeneration, as had been previously thought.

?We have discovered that the brain degenerates early in diseases like ALS, sends us warning signals and shows defects very early in the disease,? said lead study author Hande Ozdinler, an associate professor of neurology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. ?Therefore, we need to repair the brain motor neurons if we want long-term and effective treatment strategies. The brain is important in ALS.?

The paper will be published Dec. 2 in Gene Therapy.

ALS is a swift and fatal neurodegenerative disease that paralyzes its victims.

Upper motor neuron diseases, such as ALS, hereditary spastic paraplegia and primary lateral sclerosis affect more than 250,000 people a year in the U.S. alone. There is no cure and no effective long-term treatment strategy.

This is the first study to clearly reveal the brain motor neuron degeneration is not a consequence of spinal motor neuron degeneration but is independent of the spinal motor neuron degeneration.

The research also is the first to show that the gene UCHL1 is important for maintaining the health of brain motor neurons that are diseased due to two independent underlying causes. One is the accumulation of badly folded proteins and the other is the accumulation of sticky protein clumps inside the cells. These problems are observed in more than 90% of all ALS cases and also in other cases of upper motor neuron diseases.

?Our findings not only give legitimacy for targeting brain motor neuron health in ALS as a therapeutic intervention, it also reveals the first target gene that can help these neurons be revitalized,? Ozdinler said.

?This has huge clinical implications,? Ozdinler said. ?Being able to modulate gene expression in diseased brain motor neurons in upper motor neuron disease patients is mind boggling. Since movement starts in the brain, if we can make the brain motor neurons happy and healthy, if we can boost their health and integrity with directed gene delivery, we may begin to develop personalized treatment options especially for patients with upper motor neuron disease, who currently have no effective treatment options.

Northwestern University scientists have previously identified NU-9, the first compound that eliminates the ongoing degeneration of upper motor neurons that become diseased and are a key contributor to ALS. Now, this study reveals the importance and significance of treating upper motor neurons in ALS and identifies the first genetic target.

The next step is to determine the best dose and the best site of injection with respect to improvement of movement and reduction of disease conditions in at least two different ALS disease models. After preclinical toxicology studies, scientists will move to translate these results into a clinical trial, a process that likely will take several years.

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ALS therapy should target mind, not just spine

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Bar?? Genç, Javier H. Jara, Santana S. Sanchez, Amiko K. B. Lagrimas, Öge Gözütok, Nuran Koçak, Yongling Zhu, P. Hande Özdinler. Upper motor neurons are a target for gene therapy and UCHL1 is necessary and sufficient to improve cellular integrity of diseased upper motor neurons. Gene Therapy, 2021; DOI: 10.1038/s41434-021-00303-4 A new Northwestern ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Bar?? Genç, Javier H. Jara, Santana S. Sanchez, Amiko K. B. Lagrimas, Öge Gözütok, Nuran Koçak, Yongling Zhu, P. Hande Özdinler. Upper motor neurons are a target for gene therapy and UCHL1 is necessary and sufficient to improve cellular integrity of diseased upper motor neurons. Gene Therapy, 2021; DOI: 10.1038/s41434-021-00303-4

A new Northwestern study shows the degeneration of brain motor neurons (the nerve cells in the brain that control movement of the limbs) is not merely a byproduct of the spinal motor neuron degeneration, as had been previously thought.

?We have discovered that the brain degenerates early in diseases like ALS, sends us warning signals and shows defects very early in the disease,? said lead study author Hande Ozdinler, an associate professor of neurology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. ?Therefore, we need to repair the brain motor neurons if we want long-term and effective treatment strategies. The brain is important in ALS.?

The paper will be published Dec. 2 in Gene Therapy.

ALS is a swift and fatal neurodegenerative disease that paralyzes its victims.

Upper motor neuron diseases, such as ALS, hereditary spastic paraplegia and primary lateral sclerosis affect more than 250,000 people a year in the U.S. alone. There is no cure and no effective long-term treatment strategy.

This is the first study to clearly reveal the brain motor neuron degeneration is not a consequence of spinal motor neuron degeneration but is independent of the spinal motor neuron degeneration.

The research also is the first to show that the gene UCHL1 is important for maintaining the health of brain motor neurons that are diseased due to two independent underlying causes. One is the accumulation of badly folded proteins and the other is the accumulation of sticky protein clumps inside the cells. These problems are observed in more than 90% of all ALS cases and also in other cases of upper motor neuron diseases.

?Our findings not only give legitimacy for targeting brain motor neuron health in ALS as a therapeutic intervention, it also reveals the first target gene that can help these neurons be revitalized,? Ozdinler said.

?This has huge clinical implications,? Ozdinler said. ?Being able to modulate gene expression in diseased brain motor neurons in upper motor neuron disease patients is mind boggling. Since movement starts in the brain, if we can make the brain motor neurons happy and healthy, if we can boost their health and integrity with directed gene delivery, we may begin to develop personalized treatment options especially for patients with upper motor neuron disease, who currently have no effective treatment options.

Northwestern University scientists have previously identified NU-9, the first compound that eliminates the ongoing degeneration of upper motor neurons that become diseased and are a key contributor to ALS. Now, this study reveals the importance and significance of treating upper motor neurons in ALS and identifies the first genetic target.

The next step is to determine the best dose and the best site of injection with respect to improvement of movement and reduction of disease conditions in at least two different ALS disease models. After preclinical toxicology studies, scientists will move to translate these results into a clinical trial, a process that likely will take several years.

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ALS therapy should target mind, not just spine

[date_timestamp] => 1638705140 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Predicting protein-protein interactions [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/healthandscience/predicting-protein-protein-interactions/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Sun, 05 Dec 2021 10:34:41 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceinteractionsPredictingproteinprotein [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=8327 [description] => Journal Reference: Samuel Sledzieski, Rohit Singh, Lenore Cowen, Bonnie Berger. D-SCRIPT translates genome to phenome with sequence-based, structure-aware, genome-scale predictions of protein-protein interactions. Cell Systems, 2021; 12 (10): 969 DOI: 10.1016/j.cels.2021.08.010 Those predictions allow researchers to model PPI networks with a clustering method and enable the detection of functional subnetworks, or modules. Scientists study organisms? ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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  1. Samuel Sledzieski, Rohit Singh, Lenore Cowen, Bonnie Berger. D-SCRIPT translates genome to phenome with sequence-based, structure-aware, genome-scale predictions of protein-protein interactions. Cell Systems, 2021; 12 (10): 969 DOI: 10.1016/j.cels.2021.08.010

Those predictions allow researchers to model PPI networks with a clustering method and enable the detection of functional subnetworks, or modules. Scientists study organisms? PPI networks as a means of understanding their signaling circuitry, which could lead to better prediction of cell behavior and gene functions, while finding functional modules in PPI networks could help researchers reach stronger understandings of cellular functional organization.

Cowen along with researchers Sam Sledzieski, Rohit Singh, and renowned computational biologist Bonnie Berger from MIT?s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab found that the D-SCRIPT model, trained on more than 38,000 human PPIs, was better able to generalize when compared to the current state-of-the-art approach (the deep-learning method PIPR), and therefore could characterize fly proteins. They also applied D-SCRIPT to screen for PPIs related to cow digestion and identified functional gene modules that related to immune response and metabolism.

The researchers concluded that the D-SCRIPT model trained on human PPI data could be applied to many species of interest ? critically, even those that have been rarely studied or that lack PPI data.

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Predicting protein-protein interactions

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Samuel Sledzieski, Rohit Singh, Lenore Cowen, Bonnie Berger. D-SCRIPT translates genome to phenome with sequence-based, structure-aware, genome-scale predictions of protein-protein interactions. Cell Systems, 2021; 12 (10): 969 DOI: 10.1016/j.cels.2021.08.010 Those predictions allow researchers to model PPI networks with a clustering method and enable the detection of functional subnetworks, or modules. Scientists study organisms? ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Samuel Sledzieski, Rohit Singh, Lenore Cowen, Bonnie Berger. D-SCRIPT translates genome to phenome with sequence-based, structure-aware, genome-scale predictions of protein-protein interactions. Cell Systems, 2021; 12 (10): 969 DOI: 10.1016/j.cels.2021.08.010

Those predictions allow researchers to model PPI networks with a clustering method and enable the detection of functional subnetworks, or modules. Scientists study organisms? PPI networks as a means of understanding their signaling circuitry, which could lead to better prediction of cell behavior and gene functions, while finding functional modules in PPI networks could help researchers reach stronger understandings of cellular functional organization.

Cowen along with researchers Sam Sledzieski, Rohit Singh, and renowned computational biologist Bonnie Berger from MIT?s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab found that the D-SCRIPT model, trained on more than 38,000 human PPIs, was better able to generalize when compared to the current state-of-the-art approach (the deep-learning method PIPR), and therefore could characterize fly proteins. They also applied D-SCRIPT to screen for PPIs related to cow digestion and identified functional gene modules that related to immune response and metabolism.

The researchers concluded that the D-SCRIPT model trained on human PPI data could be applied to many species of interest ? critically, even those that have been rarely studied or that lack PPI data.

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Predicting protein-protein interactions

[date_timestamp] => 1638700481 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Are Britney Spears and Sam Asghari married? Plans after conservation [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/influential-people/are-britney-spears-and-sam-asghari-married-plans-after-conservation/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harold Kent ) [pubdate] => Sun, 05 Dec 2021 10:31:25 +0000 [category] => Influential PeopleAsghariBritneyconservationmarriedplansSamSpears [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=8321 [description] => Two separate groups of Filipino fans snap a photo together before BTS’s concert at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California on November 27. Hannah Yoon para NPR hide legend toggle legend Hannah Yoon para NPR Two separate groups of Filipino fans snap a photo together before BTS’s concert at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California on November ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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More than two years have passed since BTS and the fans met face to face at a live concert. The group’s last concert was in Seoul, South Korea, during the You like: you talk world tour on October 29, 2019.

By announcing the dates almost a week in advance to fans in September, BTS sold out their four-day SoFi Stadium tour before tickets were released to the general public. BTS fans, also known as ARMY, have flown to Los Angeles from all over the United States and even around the world to finally meet their favorite idols. Tens of thousands of fans gathered each night for four different days at the SoFi stadium.

Tiffany Lui is standing with a blanket from the BTS member Jin before the concert. He spent his time handing out little BTS gift boxes to other fans before the concert.

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It was not only a time for ARMY to see their favorite artists, but also a time to meet other fans that they had connected with online. Julieta Salvo arrived from Seoul, South Korea. Originally from Argentina, Salvo has lived in South Korea for seven years and joined ARMY last year during the pandemic.

This is the first concert in two years. The first one they did after I became an ARMY and it was my first BTS concert, ?said Salvo, who attended all four nights together. He wanted to be here for his meeting with ARMY. He was able to meet another ARMY member, Claudia Cornejo from Michigan, in person after interacting with her online. Cornejo, originally from Mexico City, Mexico, has attended several BTS concerts in different cities in the United States and Canada.

Julieta Salvo (left) and Claudia Cornejo only knew each other online before meeting for the first time at the concert. Salvo, originally from Argentina, currently lives in South Korea while Cornejo, originally from Mexico, lives in Michigan.

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Julieta Salvo (left) and Claudia Cornejo only knew each other online before meeting for the first time at the concert. Salvo, originally from Argentina, currently lives in South Korea while Cornejo, originally from Mexico, lives in Michigan.

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“For me, it’s important to attend as many BTS concerts as I can afford,” said Cornejo. ?I invest a lot of my free time and money to support them and their music. [It] It may sound like a super cliché, but I encountered them at the worst time of my life and they have helped me overcome some mental issues and bring extreme joy into my life. Cornejo also enjoys finding clothes that his favorite members wear and supporting different fashion brands.

Among the sea of ??people, they could not miss the fans who arrived dressed as new. The friends came paired with bright purple jackets, colored wigs, and BT21 headbands. Others designed their own bespoke outfits, while others wore specific themed cuts to show the different eras of BTS’s musical journey. In addition to queuing to buy merchandise, fans swapped collectibles, gave away gift boxes of candy, photo cards and jewelry, and watched dance groups perform.

While this is the first time in a long time that BTS and ARMY have been together in a living environment filled with songs, laughter, and tears, BTS has made it clear that there is much more to come.

The left: Jiselle Camacho came from the Bay Area to attend her first BTS concert. Correct: Kianna Ballard, from St. Paul, Minnesota, wears a custom-designed outfit for the show.

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The left: Jiselle Camacho came from the Bay Area to attend her first BTS concert. Correct: Kianna Ballard, from St. Paul, Minnesota, wears a custom-designed outfit for the show.

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Two fans from Japan carry pin bags of their favorite BTS members while waiting for the concert.

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The left: Kenya Monk is standing with her children, Kam, 10, Mya, 15, and Kayla, 7, before their first BTS concert. Correct: Friends Mal Rosero and Jee Soo Kim met after interacting on Twitter.

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The left: Kenya Monk is standing with her children, Kam, 10, Mya, 15, and Kayla, 7, before their first BTS concert. Correct: Friends Mal Rosero and Jee Soo Kim met after interacting on Twitter.

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Abi Castaneda, 25, stands with McDonald’s cutouts of BTS members V, RM and J-Hope.

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The left: Pleasure Scott from Los Angeles and Shaniya Houston from Alaska line up. Correct: Cousins ??Maya Beydoun and Dalya Beydoun came from Dearborn, Michigan.

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The left: Pleasure Scott from Los Angeles and Shaniya Houston from Alaska line up. Correct: Cousins ??Maya Beydoun and Dalya Beydoun came from Dearborn, Michigan.

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Friends Ravy Sok, Stephanie Tea, Rosemary Millan and Lina Sok walk together in front of SoFi Stadium.

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The left: Brothers Joséphine and Jonathan Gatus wait outside before the concert. Correct: Talia Mirai came from Houston, TX to see BTS perform.

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The left: Brothers Joséphine and Jonathan Gatus wait outside before the concert. Correct: Talia Mirai came from Houston, TX to see BTS perform.

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Three fans show off their BTS caps as they await BTS’s first concert in person in two years.

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Hannah yoon is a documentary photographer based in Philadelphia. You can follow her on Instagram: @hanloveyoon. Emily Bogle produced this story.

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More than two years have passed since BTS and the fans met face to face at a live concert. The group’s last concert was in Seoul, South Korea, during the You like: you talk world tour on October 29, 2019.

By announcing the dates almost a week in advance to fans in September, BTS sold out their four-day SoFi Stadium tour before tickets were released to the general public. BTS fans, also known as ARMY, have flown to Los Angeles from all over the United States and even around the world to finally meet their favorite idols. Tens of thousands of fans gathered each night for four different days at the SoFi stadium.

Tiffany Lui is standing with a blanket from the BTS member Jin before the concert. He spent his time handing out little BTS gift boxes to other fans before the concert.

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Tiffany Lui is standing with a blanket from the BTS member Jin before the concert. He spent his time handing out little BTS gift boxes to other fans before the concert.

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It was not only a time for ARMY to see their favorite artists, but also a time to meet other fans that they had connected with online. Julieta Salvo arrived from Seoul, South Korea. Originally from Argentina, Salvo has lived in South Korea for seven years and joined ARMY last year during the pandemic.

This is the first concert in two years. The first one they did after I became an ARMY and it was my first BTS concert, ?said Salvo, who attended all four nights together. He wanted to be here for his meeting with ARMY. He was able to meet another ARMY member, Claudia Cornejo from Michigan, in person after interacting with her online. Cornejo, originally from Mexico City, Mexico, has attended several BTS concerts in different cities in the United States and Canada.

Julieta Salvo (left) and Claudia Cornejo only knew each other online before meeting for the first time at the concert. Salvo, originally from Argentina, currently lives in South Korea while Cornejo, originally from Mexico, lives in Michigan.

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Julieta Salvo (left) and Claudia Cornejo only knew each other online before meeting for the first time at the concert. Salvo, originally from Argentina, currently lives in South Korea while Cornejo, originally from Mexico, lives in Michigan.

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“For me, it’s important to attend as many BTS concerts as I can afford,” said Cornejo. ?I invest a lot of my free time and money to support them and their music. [It] It may sound like a super cliché, but I encountered them at the worst time of my life and they have helped me overcome some mental issues and bring extreme joy into my life. Cornejo also enjoys finding clothes that his favorite members wear and supporting different fashion brands.

Among the sea of ??people, they could not miss the fans who arrived dressed as new. The friends came paired with bright purple jackets, colored wigs, and BT21 headbands. Others designed their own bespoke outfits, while others wore specific themed cuts to show the different eras of BTS’s musical journey. In addition to queuing to buy merchandise, fans swapped collectibles, gave away gift boxes of candy, photo cards and jewelry, and watched dance groups perform.

While this is the first time in a long time that BTS and ARMY have been together in a living environment filled with songs, laughter, and tears, BTS has made it clear that there is much more to come.

The left: Jiselle Camacho came from the Bay Area to attend her first BTS concert. Correct: Kianna Ballard, from St. Paul, Minnesota, wears a custom-designed outfit for the show.

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The left: Jiselle Camacho came from the Bay Area to attend her first BTS concert. Correct: Kianna Ballard, from St. Paul, Minnesota, wears a custom-designed outfit for the show.

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[date_timestamp] => 1638700285 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => WTA ?suspends tournaments in China? over Peng Shuai affair [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/sport/wta-suspends-tournaments-in-china-over-peng-shuai-affair/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tim Hall ) [pubdate] => Sun, 05 Dec 2021 10:30:36 +0000 [category] => SportaffairChinaPengShuaisuspendstournamentsWTA [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=8315 [description] => After words, deeds, “whatever the financial consequences”: WTA on Wednesday announced the suspension of women’s tennis tournaments in China, in support of player Peng Shuai who accused a former senior of sexual abuse -communist leader of his country. In a particularly virulent statement, WTA President Steve Simon announced a strong measure of his authority and ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

After words, deeds, “whatever the financial consequences”: WTA on Wednesday announced the suspension of women’s tennis tournaments in China, in support of player Peng Shuai who accused a former senior of sexual abuse -communist leader of his country.

In a particularly virulent statement, WTA President Steve Simon announced a strong measure of his authority and called on “world leaders” to follow him.

“I am announcing the immediate suspension of all WTA tournaments in China, including Hong Kong. In good conscience, I do not see how I can ask our athletes to participate in tournaments when Peng Shuai is not allowed. to communicate freely and has, it seems, been pressured to reverse his allegations of sexual abuse, “wrote Steve Simon in a statement.

“In view of the current situation of the case, I am also very worried about the risks that all our players and our staff would take if we organize tournaments in China in 2022 (…) The leaders of China have not left a choice to the WTA, “he adds.

No WTA tournament was scheduled until the end of the year and the 2022 schedule has yet to be released.

Call to leaders

During the 2019 season, the last not to have been impacted by the Covid-19, 10 tournaments were organized in China, including the end-of-year women’s Masters which, with $ 14 million, had been better endowed financially. than their male counterparts.

“The WTA will do everything possible to protect its players. Along with us, I hope the world leaders will continue to stand up for justice for Peng and all women, regardless of the financial consequences. . “

Peng Shuai, 35, disappeared a few days in November after posting a long message on Chinese social network Weibo in which she accused ex-Deputy Prime Minister Zhang Gaoli, 40 years her senior and since retired, of the having sexually abused before making her his mistress.

Many stars of world tennis, from Chris Evert to Novak Djokovic, and several Western countries, notably France and the United States, but also the European Union and the UN, have asked in diplomatic terms in Beijing to shed light. on the fate of Peng Shuai.

The young woman reappeared on November 21 in a restaurant in Beijing and during a tennis tournament held in the Chinese capital, according to videos published by official media.

“Serious doubts”

She also said during a videoconference with the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Thomas Bach, to be “safe and sound at her home in Beijing” but that she “would like her privacy to be respected”. Chinese Olympic Committee member Li Lingwei participated in the video conference.

“Even though we now know Peng’s whereabouts, I have serious doubts that she is free, safe, and not subject to censorship, coercion or intimidation,” says Steve Simon on Wednesday.

?Chinese leaders have had opportunities to lift censorship, to verifiably prove that Peng was free and able to speak out without outside interference or intimidation, and to conduct a full, fair and transparent investigation into his accusations of sexual abuse “, he adds, regretting that Beijing has not” acted in a credible way “.

Beijing’s only official reaction to date has been a call by Chinese diplomacy spokesman Zhao Lijian on November 23 to “stop deliberately blaming this issue for hostile ends, especially make a political question “.

“None of this is acceptable and never will be. If the powerful can suppress the voices of women and sweep accusations of sexual abuse under the rug, then the foundation upon which the WTA is built – equality for women – is I can’t let that happen to the players and I won’t let it, “insists Steve Simon.

Among the first to react to this decision by the president of the WTA, the Czech Petra Kvitova tweeted an emoji in the form of applause, while the French Alizé Cornet tweeted “What a leader!”.

On the men’s side, Andy Roddick also spoke out, stressing the risk taken by the WTA boss: “Acting well is a lot easier when it costs nothing. Respect.”

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) [summary] => After words, deeds, “whatever the financial consequences”: WTA on Wednesday announced the suspension of women’s tennis tournaments in China, in support of player Peng Shuai who accused a former senior of sexual abuse -communist leader of his country. In a particularly virulent statement, WTA President Steve Simon announced a strong measure of his authority and ... Read more [atom_content] =>

After words, deeds, “whatever the financial consequences”: WTA on Wednesday announced the suspension of women’s tennis tournaments in China, in support of player Peng Shuai who accused a former senior of sexual abuse -communist leader of his country.

In a particularly virulent statement, WTA President Steve Simon announced a strong measure of his authority and called on “world leaders” to follow him.

“I am announcing the immediate suspension of all WTA tournaments in China, including Hong Kong. In good conscience, I do not see how I can ask our athletes to participate in tournaments when Peng Shuai is not allowed. to communicate freely and has, it seems, been pressured to reverse his allegations of sexual abuse, “wrote Steve Simon in a statement.

“In view of the current situation of the case, I am also very worried about the risks that all our players and our staff would take if we organize tournaments in China in 2022 (…) The leaders of China have not left a choice to the WTA, “he adds.

No WTA tournament was scheduled until the end of the year and the 2022 schedule has yet to be released.

Call to leaders

During the 2019 season, the last not to have been impacted by the Covid-19, 10 tournaments were organized in China, including the end-of-year women’s Masters which, with $ 14 million, had been better endowed financially. than their male counterparts.

“The WTA will do everything possible to protect its players. Along with us, I hope the world leaders will continue to stand up for justice for Peng and all women, regardless of the financial consequences. . “

Peng Shuai, 35, disappeared a few days in November after posting a long message on Chinese social network Weibo in which she accused ex-Deputy Prime Minister Zhang Gaoli, 40 years her senior and since retired, of the having sexually abused before making her his mistress.

Many stars of world tennis, from Chris Evert to Novak Djokovic, and several Western countries, notably France and the United States, but also the European Union and the UN, have asked in diplomatic terms in Beijing to shed light. on the fate of Peng Shuai.

The young woman reappeared on November 21 in a restaurant in Beijing and during a tennis tournament held in the Chinese capital, according to videos published by official media.

“Serious doubts”

She also said during a videoconference with the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Thomas Bach, to be “safe and sound at her home in Beijing” but that she “would like her privacy to be respected”. Chinese Olympic Committee member Li Lingwei participated in the video conference.

“Even though we now know Peng’s whereabouts, I have serious doubts that she is free, safe, and not subject to censorship, coercion or intimidation,” says Steve Simon on Wednesday.

?Chinese leaders have had opportunities to lift censorship, to verifiably prove that Peng was free and able to speak out without outside interference or intimidation, and to conduct a full, fair and transparent investigation into his accusations of sexual abuse “, he adds, regretting that Beijing has not” acted in a credible way “.

Beijing’s only official reaction to date has been a call by Chinese diplomacy spokesman Zhao Lijian on November 23 to “stop deliberately blaming this issue for hostile ends, especially make a political question “.

“None of this is acceptable and never will be. If the powerful can suppress the voices of women and sweep accusations of sexual abuse under the rug, then the foundation upon which the WTA is built – equality for women – is I can’t let that happen to the players and I won’t let it, “insists Steve Simon.

Among the first to react to this decision by the president of the WTA, the Czech Petra Kvitova tweeted an emoji in the form of applause, while the French Alizé Cornet tweeted “What a leader!”.

On the men’s side, Andy Roddick also spoke out, stressing the risk taken by the WTA boss: “Acting well is a lot easier when it costs nothing. Respect.”

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[date_timestamp] => 1638700236 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Breakthrough in understanding cosmic forces that shape Earth?s heliosphere [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/healthandscience/breakthrough-in-understanding-cosmic-forces-that-shape-earths-heliosphere/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Sun, 05 Dec 2021 09:14:43 +0000 [category] => Health And SciencebreakthroughcosmicEarthsforcesheliosphereShapeunderstanding [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=8310 [description] => Journal Reference: M. Opher, J. F. Drake, G. Zank, E. Powell, W. Shelley, M. Kornbleuth, V. Florinski, V. Izmodenov, J. Giacalone, S. Fuselier, K. Dialynas, A. Loeb, J. Richardson. A Turbulent Heliosheath Driven by the Rayleigh?Taylor Instability. The Astrophysical Journal, 2021; 922 (2): 181 DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac2d2e Astrophysicists believe the heliosphere protects the planets within our ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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  1. M. Opher, J. F. Drake, G. Zank, E. Powell, W. Shelley, M. Kornbleuth, V. Florinski, V. Izmodenov, J. Giacalone, S. Fuselier, K. Dialynas, A. Loeb, J. Richardson. A Turbulent Heliosheath Driven by the Rayleigh?Taylor Instability. The Astrophysical Journal, 2021; 922 (2): 181 DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac2d2e

Astrophysicists believe the heliosphere protects the planets within our solar system from powerful radiation emanating from supernovas, the final explosions of dying stars throughout the universe. They believe the heliosphere extends far beyond our solar system, but despite the massive buffer against cosmic radiation that the heliosphere provides Earth?s life-forms, no one really knows the shape of the heliosphere ? or, for that matter, the size of it.

?How is this relevant for society? The bubble that surrounds us, produced by the sun, offers protection from galactic cosmic rays, and the shape of it can affect how those rays get into the heliosphere,? says James Drake, an astrophysicist at University of Maryland who collaborates with Opher. ?There?s lots of theories but, of course, the way that galactic cosmic rays can get in can be impacted by the structure of the heliosphere ? does it have wrinkles and folds and that sort of thing??

Opher?s team has constructed some of the most compelling computer simulations of the heliosphere, based on models built on observable data and theoretical astrophysics. At BU, in the Center for Space Physics, Opher, a College of Arts & Sciences professor of astronomy, leads a NASA DRIVE (Diversity, Realize, Integrate, Venture, Educate) Science Center that?s supported by $1.3 million in NASA funding. That team, made up of experts Opher recruited from 11 other universities and research institutes, develops predictive models of the heliosphere in an effort the team calls SHIELD (Solar-wind with Hydrogen Ion Exchange and Large-scale Dynamics).

Since BU?S NASA DRIVE Science Center first received funding in 2019, Opher?s SHIELD team has hunted for answers to several puzzling questions: What is the overall structure of the heliosphere? How do its ionized particles evolve and affect heliospheric processes? How does the heliosphere interact and influence the interstellar medium, the matter and radiation that exists between stars? And how do cosmic rays get filtered by, or transported through, the heliosphere?

?SHIELD combines theory, modeling, and observations to build comprehensive models,? Opher says. ?All these different components work together to help understand the puzzles of the heliosphere.?

And now a paper published by Opher and collaborators in Astrophysical Journal reveals that neutral hydrogen particles streaming from outside our solar system most likely play a crucial role in the way our heliosphere takes shape.

In their latest study, Opher?s team wanted to understand why heliospheric jets ? blooming columns of energy and matter that are similar to other types of cosmic jets found throughout the universe ? become unstable. ?Why do stars and black holes ? and our own sun ? eject unstable jets?? Opher says. ?We see these jets projecting as irregular columns, and [astrophysicists] have been wondering for years why these shapes present instabilities.?

Similarly, SHIELD models predict that the heliosphere, traveling in tandem with our sun and encompassing our solar system, doesn?t appear to be stable. Other models of the heliosphere developed by other astrophysicists tend to depict the heliosphere as having a comet-like shape, with a jet ? or a ?tail? ? streaming behind in its wake. In contrast, Opher?s model suggests the heliosphere is shaped more like a croissant or even a donut.

The reason for that? Neutral hydrogen particles, so-called because they have equal amounts of positive and negative charge that net no charge at all.

?They come streaming through the solar system,? Opher says. Using a computational model like a recipe to test the effect of ?neutrals? on the shape of the heliosphere, she ?took one ingredient out of the cake ? the neutrals ? and noticed that the jets coming from the sun, shaping the heliosphere, become super stable. When I put them back in, things start bending, the center axis starts wiggling, and that means that something inside the heliospheric jets is becoming very unstable.?

Instability like that would theoretically cause disturbance in the solar winds and jets emanating from our sun, causing the heliosphere to split its shape ? into a croissant-like form. Although astrophysicists haven?t yet developed ways to observe the actual shape of the heliosphere, Opher?s model suggests the presence of neutrals slamming into our solar system would make it impossible for the heliosphere to flow uniformly like a shooting comet. And one thing is for sure ? neutrals are definitely pelting their way through space.

Drake, a coauthor on the new study, says Opher?s model ?offers the first clear explanation for why the shape of the heliosphere breaks up in the northern and southern areas, which could impact our understanding of how galactic cosmic rays come into Earth and the near-Earth environment.? That could affect the threat that radiation poses to life on Earth and also for astronauts in space or future pioneers attempting to travel to Mars or other planets.

?The universe is not quiet,? Opher says. ?Our BU model doesn?t try to cut out the chaos, which has allowed me to pinpoint the cause [of the heliosphere?s instability]?. The neutral hydrogen particles.?

Specifically, the presence of the neutrals colliding with the heliosphere triggers a phenomenon well known by physicists, called the Rayleigh-Taylor instability, which occurs when two materials of different densities collide, with the lighter material pushing against the heavier material. It?s what happens when oil is suspended above water, and when heavier fluids or materials are suspended above lighter fluids. Gravity plays a role and gives rise to some wildly irregular shapes. In the case of the cosmic jets, the drag between the neutral hydrogen particles and charged ions creates a similar effect as gravity. The ?fingers? seen in the famous Horsehead Nebula, for example, are caused by the Rayleigh-Taylor instability.

?This finding is a really major breakthrough, it?s really set us in a direction of discovering why our model gets its distinct croissant-shaped heliosphere and why other models don?t,? Opher says.

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Breakthrough in understanding cosmic forces that shape Earth?s heliosphere

) [summary] => Journal Reference: M. Opher, J. F. Drake, G. Zank, E. Powell, W. Shelley, M. Kornbleuth, V. Florinski, V. Izmodenov, J. Giacalone, S. Fuselier, K. Dialynas, A. Loeb, J. Richardson. A Turbulent Heliosheath Driven by the Rayleigh?Taylor Instability. The Astrophysical Journal, 2021; 922 (2): 181 DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac2d2e Astrophysicists believe the heliosphere protects the planets within our ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. M. Opher, J. F. Drake, G. Zank, E. Powell, W. Shelley, M. Kornbleuth, V. Florinski, V. Izmodenov, J. Giacalone, S. Fuselier, K. Dialynas, A. Loeb, J. Richardson. A Turbulent Heliosheath Driven by the Rayleigh?Taylor Instability. The Astrophysical Journal, 2021; 922 (2): 181 DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac2d2e

Astrophysicists believe the heliosphere protects the planets within our solar system from powerful radiation emanating from supernovas, the final explosions of dying stars throughout the universe. They believe the heliosphere extends far beyond our solar system, but despite the massive buffer against cosmic radiation that the heliosphere provides Earth?s life-forms, no one really knows the shape of the heliosphere ? or, for that matter, the size of it.

?How is this relevant for society? The bubble that surrounds us, produced by the sun, offers protection from galactic cosmic rays, and the shape of it can affect how those rays get into the heliosphere,? says James Drake, an astrophysicist at University of Maryland who collaborates with Opher. ?There?s lots of theories but, of course, the way that galactic cosmic rays can get in can be impacted by the structure of the heliosphere ? does it have wrinkles and folds and that sort of thing??

Opher?s team has constructed some of the most compelling computer simulations of the heliosphere, based on models built on observable data and theoretical astrophysics. At BU, in the Center for Space Physics, Opher, a College of Arts & Sciences professor of astronomy, leads a NASA DRIVE (Diversity, Realize, Integrate, Venture, Educate) Science Center that?s supported by $1.3 million in NASA funding. That team, made up of experts Opher recruited from 11 other universities and research institutes, develops predictive models of the heliosphere in an effort the team calls SHIELD (Solar-wind with Hydrogen Ion Exchange and Large-scale Dynamics).

Since BU?S NASA DRIVE Science Center first received funding in 2019, Opher?s SHIELD team has hunted for answers to several puzzling questions: What is the overall structure of the heliosphere? How do its ionized particles evolve and affect heliospheric processes? How does the heliosphere interact and influence the interstellar medium, the matter and radiation that exists between stars? And how do cosmic rays get filtered by, or transported through, the heliosphere?

?SHIELD combines theory, modeling, and observations to build comprehensive models,? Opher says. ?All these different components work together to help understand the puzzles of the heliosphere.?

And now a paper published by Opher and collaborators in Astrophysical Journal reveals that neutral hydrogen particles streaming from outside our solar system most likely play a crucial role in the way our heliosphere takes shape.

In their latest study, Opher?s team wanted to understand why heliospheric jets ? blooming columns of energy and matter that are similar to other types of cosmic jets found throughout the universe ? become unstable. ?Why do stars and black holes ? and our own sun ? eject unstable jets?? Opher says. ?We see these jets projecting as irregular columns, and [astrophysicists] have been wondering for years why these shapes present instabilities.?

Similarly, SHIELD models predict that the heliosphere, traveling in tandem with our sun and encompassing our solar system, doesn?t appear to be stable. Other models of the heliosphere developed by other astrophysicists tend to depict the heliosphere as having a comet-like shape, with a jet ? or a ?tail? ? streaming behind in its wake. In contrast, Opher?s model suggests the heliosphere is shaped more like a croissant or even a donut.

The reason for that? Neutral hydrogen particles, so-called because they have equal amounts of positive and negative charge that net no charge at all.

?They come streaming through the solar system,? Opher says. Using a computational model like a recipe to test the effect of ?neutrals? on the shape of the heliosphere, she ?took one ingredient out of the cake ? the neutrals ? and noticed that the jets coming from the sun, shaping the heliosphere, become super stable. When I put them back in, things start bending, the center axis starts wiggling, and that means that something inside the heliospheric jets is becoming very unstable.?

Instability like that would theoretically cause disturbance in the solar winds and jets emanating from our sun, causing the heliosphere to split its shape ? into a croissant-like form. Although astrophysicists haven?t yet developed ways to observe the actual shape of the heliosphere, Opher?s model suggests the presence of neutrals slamming into our solar system would make it impossible for the heliosphere to flow uniformly like a shooting comet. And one thing is for sure ? neutrals are definitely pelting their way through space.

Drake, a coauthor on the new study, says Opher?s model ?offers the first clear explanation for why the shape of the heliosphere breaks up in the northern and southern areas, which could impact our understanding of how galactic cosmic rays come into Earth and the near-Earth environment.? That could affect the threat that radiation poses to life on Earth and also for astronauts in space or future pioneers attempting to travel to Mars or other planets.

?The universe is not quiet,? Opher says. ?Our BU model doesn?t try to cut out the chaos, which has allowed me to pinpoint the cause [of the heliosphere?s instability]?. The neutral hydrogen particles.?

Specifically, the presence of the neutrals colliding with the heliosphere triggers a phenomenon well known by physicists, called the Rayleigh-Taylor instability, which occurs when two materials of different densities collide, with the lighter material pushing against the heavier material. It?s what happens when oil is suspended above water, and when heavier fluids or materials are suspended above lighter fluids. Gravity plays a role and gives rise to some wildly irregular shapes. In the case of the cosmic jets, the drag between the neutral hydrogen particles and charged ions creates a similar effect as gravity. The ?fingers? seen in the famous Horsehead Nebula, for example, are caused by the Rayleigh-Taylor instability.

?This finding is a really major breakthrough, it?s really set us in a direction of discovering why our model gets its distinct croissant-shaped heliosphere and why other models don?t,? Opher says.

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[date_timestamp] => 1638695683 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Kylie Jenner?s ?make-up free? posing to celebrate her 24th birthday [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/celebrity/kylie-jenners-make-up-free-posing-to-celebrate-her-24th-birthday/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tom Pauler ) [pubdate] => Sun, 05 Dec 2021 08:36:03 +0000 [category] => Celebrity24thbirthdaycelebrateJennersKyliemakeupposing [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=8304 [description] => Axelle / Bauer-GriffinGetty Images Today is a very special day for Kylie Jenner as turns 24. Waiting to see how he celebrates it (and the gifts he receives), a few hours before the little girl of the Kardashian family shared some images on her Instagram Stories that are giving a lot to talk about. Kylie ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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Today is a very special day for Kylie Jenner as turns 24. Waiting to see how he celebrates it (and the gifts he receives), a few hours before the little girl of the Kardashian family shared some images on her Instagram Stories that are giving a lot to talk about.

Kylie appears in front of a mirror while filming without a drop of makeup and the relaxed face. Dressed alone In a black bra and sweatpants, she prepares to start your daily routine of physical exercise. Although she is not the most addicted to sports in her family, after becoming a mother she decided to get in shape and train twice a week for an hour.

kylie jenner no makeup

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Some photos that contrast a lot with a video of YouTube that Kylie released over the weekend and where she surprised millions of viewers by revealing that it takes a few three and a half hours every day to put on makeup.

It is not the first time the celebrity demonstrates She knows how to do makeup almost as well as any professional, although, as appears in the video, she sometimes has to turn to her good friend and regular collaborator, Ariel Tejada, to do it.

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“First of all, I work on my mobile phone all day, and the only way to survive three and a half hours of makeup with you is if I entertain myself a bit,” says Kylie to explain why she is sometimes distracted and doesn’t automatically react. to your instructions. “What I like the least is how long it takes, although in the end I am always very satisfied. Every second is worth it, but it is true that it takes forever. “

Kylie and ariel They met through Instagram seven years ago, while she was trying to find her own team of makeup artists and hairdressers and thus separate herself from her older sisters. Since then they have become inseparable and they are close friends.

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For his part, Tejada does not skimp on praise for Kylie. “What I like the most is that you always believe a very fun atmosphere and you have formed a precious family with all of us. We are not just going to do a job. It’s more of a philosophy of: ‘We are a family and we are here to do this all together.’

Today is also the day chosen by the businesswoman to launch her new collection ’24K’ by Kylie, which is entirely golden and whose packaging imitates gold bars. In promotional images, she herself appears with a total look and oro, a very bare-bones miniskirt and bikini that leave little room for the imagination.

It only remains to wait for the party that today kylie will celebrate for her birthday and, yes again, we will see her bet on the color gold.

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) [summary] => Axelle / Bauer-GriffinGetty Images Today is a very special day for Kylie Jenner as turns 24. Waiting to see how he celebrates it (and the gifts he receives), a few hours before the little girl of the Kardashian family shared some images on her Instagram Stories that are giving a lot to talk about. Kylie ... Read more [atom_content] =>

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Today is a very special day for Kylie Jenner as turns 24. Waiting to see how he celebrates it (and the gifts he receives), a few hours before the little girl of the Kardashian family shared some images on her Instagram Stories that are giving a lot to talk about.

Kylie appears in front of a mirror while filming without a drop of makeup and the relaxed face. Dressed alone In a black bra and sweatpants, she prepares to start your daily routine of physical exercise. Although she is not the most addicted to sports in her family, after becoming a mother she decided to get in shape and train twice a week for an hour.

kylie jenner no makeup

Instagram / KylieJenner

Some photos that contrast a lot with a video of YouTube that Kylie released over the weekend and where she surprised millions of viewers by revealing that it takes a few three and a half hours every day to put on makeup.

It is not the first time the celebrity demonstrates She knows how to do makeup almost as well as any professional, although, as appears in the video, she sometimes has to turn to her good friend and regular collaborator, Ariel Tejada, to do it.

This content is imported from YouTube. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

“First of all, I work on my mobile phone all day, and the only way to survive three and a half hours of makeup with you is if I entertain myself a bit,” says Kylie to explain why she is sometimes distracted and doesn’t automatically react. to your instructions. “What I like the least is how long it takes, although in the end I am always very satisfied. Every second is worth it, but it is true that it takes forever. “

Kylie and ariel They met through Instagram seven years ago, while she was trying to find her own team of makeup artists and hairdressers and thus separate herself from her older sisters. Since then they have become inseparable and they are close friends.

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For his part, Tejada does not skimp on praise for Kylie. “What I like the most is that you always believe a very fun atmosphere and you have formed a precious family with all of us. We are not just going to do a job. It’s more of a philosophy of: ‘We are a family and we are here to do this all together.’

Today is also the day chosen by the businesswoman to launch her new collection ’24K’ by Kylie, which is entirely golden and whose packaging imitates gold bars. In promotional images, she herself appears with a total look and oro, a very bare-bones miniskirt and bikini that leave little room for the imagination.

It only remains to wait for the party that today kylie will celebrate for her birthday and, yes again, we will see her bet on the color gold.

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Kylie Jenner’s ‘make-up free’ posing to celebrate her 24th birthday

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