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The ALMA Director is pleased to announce that Dr. Dick Kurz has been appointed Project Manager of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array ALMA effective November 1st, 2008. Dr. Kurzs appointment follows a search by an international committee.

Dr. Kurz has extensive management experience in space and astronomical projects. He has been serving as Interim European Project Manager since February 2008. From 1999 to 2004, Dr. Kurz was ALMA European Project Manager at the European Organization for Astronomical Research in the Southern Hemisphere ESO in Germany. At ESO, he organized the European side of the ALMA collaboration. Dr. Kurz was Project Manager of the Gemini 8Meter Telescopes and, before that, managed a variety of NASA and Department of Defense space programs while at TRW Space and Defense and NASA. Dr. in Physics from the University of California at Berkeley. He has published many scientific and technical papers on high energy elementary particle physics and presented ALMA at international conferences throughout the last decade.

The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array ALMA, an international astronomy facility, is a partnership of Europe, East Asia and North America in cooperation with the Republic of Chile. The ALMA Board, consisting of members representing the partners, has created the Joint ALMA Observatory JAO in Chile. The JAO is responsible for the overall leadership and management of construction, commissioning and operations of ALMA. National Science Foundation NSF in cooperation with the National Research Council of Canada NRC. ALMA construction and operations are led on behalf of Europe by ESO, on behalf of East Asia by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan NAOJ and on behalf of North America by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory NRAO, which is managed by Associated Universities, Inc. AUI.

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Russia has started the annual Days of Defence against Environmental Hazards from the 15th of April to the 5th of June with the announcement of sensational results of an independent work of research. Scientists have proved that Genetically Modified Organisms are harmful for mammals. The researchers discovered that animals that eat GM foodstuffs lose their ability to reproduce. Campbell hamsters that have a fast reproduction rate were fed for two years with ordinary soya beans, which are widely used in agriculture and those contain different percentages of GM organisms. Another group of hamsters, the control group, was fed with pure soya, which was found with great difficulty in Serbia because 95 percent of soya in the world is transgenic.

Concerning the experiment carried out jointly by the National Association for Gene Security and the Institute of Ecological and Evolutional Problems, Dr. Alexei Surov has this to say. selected several groups of hamsters, kept them in pairs in cells and gave them ordinary food as always, says Alexei Surov. did not add anything for one group but the other was fed with soya that contained no GM components, while the third group with some content of Genetically Modified Organisms and the fourth one with increased amount of GMO. We monitored their behavior and how they gain weight and when they give birth to their cubs. Originally, everything went smoothly. However, we noticed quite a serious effect when we selected new pairs from their cubs and continued to feed them as before. These pairs growth rate was slower and reached their sexual maturity slowly. When we got some of their cubs we formed the new pairs of the third generation. We failed to get cubs from these pairs, which were fed with GM foodstuffs. It was proved that these pairs lost their ability to give birth to their cubs, Dr. Alexei Surov said.

Another surprise was discovered by scientists in hamsters of the third generation. Hair grew in the mouth of the animals that took part in the experiment. It unclear why this happened. The researchers cannot understand why a programme of destruction is launched when animals take GMO foodstuffs. They say that this can be neutralized only by stopping to eat these foods. Consequently, scientists suggest imposing a ban on the use of GM foods until they are tested for their biosecurity. The results of Russian scientists coincide with those of their colleagues from France and Austria. For one, when scientist proved that GM maize was harmful for mammals, France banned immediately its production and sale. The scientists who carried out the experiment say that it too early to make farreaching conclusions about the health hazards of the GMO. They insist that there is a need to carry out comprehensive research. They suggest implementing the project, Gene Technology at the innovation centre, which is being set up near Moscow.

For many people of the world the Bradley Manning case seems absurd and his persecution by the US Government something difficult to comprehend. He was something that the US government is afraid of, he was a soldier with a conscience who exposed war crimes being committed by US forces. The way the US has turned logic upside down by going after one who exposed crimes while protecting those who commit crimes should have the world up in arms. Only an illegal and illegitimate government would protect criminals while persecuting and even torturing a moral and upstanding brave individual who had the courage to stand up and blow the whistle on what he saw, rather than being rewarded and seen as a hero. Those protecting the criminals have decided to make Mr. Manning an example in order to throw fear into the hearts of anyone who would dare to expose their illegality.

The Children Rights Commissioner for the Russian President, Pavel Astakhov, asked the Federal Migration Service head to grant asylum for a daughter of a Russian woman who has escaped from her husband in Norway. The girl can be granted asylum in Russia as a minor needing protection, a lawyer, Roman Stepanov, said to the Voice of Russia. The girl and her mother are currently staying in transit zone of Moscow Sheremetyevo airport in much the same way as exCIA contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden had for three weeks.

Fonterra, the world leading exporter of dairy products, is recalling a number of its milk products after a food poisoning scare. China, which is the major importer of milk powder from New Zealand was the first country to impose bans on Fonterra products. The Chinese decision was supported by Russia that has also put Fonterra deliveries on hold. Russian Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare is now investigating whether contaminated products from New Zealand were imported to the markets. Professor of economy at the New School University Max Fraad Wolff talked with the Voice of Russia about the impact of Fronterraban on New Zealands market.

Keeping a killer dog in Britain may become a risky business. The government has come up with new sentencing proposals for dog owners whose pets attack people in public venues. The options for the owner of a dog which injures a person or an assistance dog could range from a tenyear prison terms to a life behind bars. At present, the maximum sentence is two years in jail. Mr Dave Joyce, the National Health, Safety Environment Officer at The Communication Workers Union, talked with the Voice of Russia about the new policy.

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Unions representing police, firefighters and middle managers are asking bankruptcy Judge Meredith Jury to lift a stay that otherwise would prevent a lawsuit while the city is in bankruptcy court. That would allow them to ask other courts to rule on their contention that the city violated labor law in the way it imposed contracts requiring workers to pay the full employee share of pension contributions and otherwise reduced benefits. Jury said early in Thursdays hearing that, before hearing arguments in court, she supported the city on that point.My tentative ruling, if I were to rule without prejudice, would be to deny the relief from stay, she said.Attorneys for the unions then said it would be unwise to rule before deciding whether the city was eligible for bankruptcy protection, a point the city didnt contest.So discussion moved back to discovery, or what documents and testimony the city will be required to provide.Jury said she thought all relevant information could be gathered by giving one day with financial Advertisementconsultant Michael Busch of Urban Futures, who is now acting as the citys finance director, and half a day each with two other officials. She scheduled a decision on whether to require more interviews which attorneys for several groups opposing the citys efforts say is important for their case for Tuesday at 1:30.The city has already made thousands and thousands of documents available, at significant cost to the insolvent city, said the citys bankruptcy lawyer, Paul Glassman of Stradling Yocca Carlson Rauth.That may be, but digging through those documents for the relevant information could be prohibitively expensive for employee groups, said Ron Oliner, the attorney representing the San Bernardino Police Officer Association.To say, shotgun blast, heres all this stuff, is a little disingenious, Oliner said.Oliner also criticized what he said was apparent collaboration between the city and bondholders, the largest group to which the city owes money except for the California Public Employee Retirement System.The bondholders have totally sidled up to the city in an almost sickening way, because the city has done nothing to harm them, Oliner said. .It looks like an attempt to get out of this bankruptcy on the backs of labor. The citys pendency plan the budget precursor under which its operating plans to defer nearly $13 million in required payments to CalPERS and more than $3 million in bond payments, among other delayed payments.After a bondholders attorney objected to what she called almost a personal attack, Jury said she knew Oliners charge was false.Overall, the lack of progress from Thursdays hearing was discouraging, said bankruptcy attorney Karol Denniston of San Franciscobased Schiff Hardin, who helped write Californias bankruptcy law but is not involved in San Bernardinos case.

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6 athletes among inductees to county Hall of Fame

The list includes former Olympians, notable pros, college stars and outstanding coaches, plus two of the areas alltime greatest high school teams.

They are the 2013 class of inductees into the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame and they are, like their three preceding classes, some of the best and brightest in the countys sports history. This years class is comprised of six athletes, three coaches, two teams and one contributor.

Year in and year out, you always wonder if next years class can be as stellar as the previous year, said Frank Foster, chair of the 28member Hall of Fame committee. And each year the answer is yes. national junior boxing champion, a world junior boxing champion and a twotime Olympian 1980, 1984 before beginning a pro career.

The three coaches being inducted are:

Karen Blair, a former Meadowdale High School player who guided the schools girls basketball program for 11 seasons, compiling a 25539 record while advancing to the state tournament 10 times including eight in a row and winning state titles in 2000 and 2004;

Tom Campbell, the longtime cross country coach at Edmonds High School later EdmondsWoodway High School beginning in the late 1960s, who led teams to seven boys and five girls state championships, for which he was later inducted into the Washington State Cross Country Coaches Hall of Fame and the WIAA Hall of Fame, and;

Dick Erickson, an Arlington native who rowed at the University of Washington and later guided the program to national titles and international prominence.

The sports contributor is:

Cliff Gillies, an educator who worked in the Monroe, Snohomish and Mukilteo school districts, and was a member of the WIAA executive board and later served as the associations executive director before being inducted into the WIAA Hall of Fame.

Lastly, the two teams being inducted are:

The 200304 Meadowdale High School girls basketball team, coached by Blair, which finished with a 261 record and was the Class 3A state champion, and;

The 1972 Sultan High School football team, which went 90 in an era before the state high school playoffs, outscoring its opponents 39344 with four shutouts.

According to Foster, the Hall of Fame committee gathered nominations, including those submitted by the public, beginning in January and then pared the list before voting to determine this years class of inductees.

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In fact, attorney Jay Carney freely admitted that over two decades as the leader of South Bostons infamous Winter Hill gang in the 1970s and 80s, Bulger made millions engaging in criminal activity.

But instead of lingering over the individual charges in the 32count indictment which include involvement in 19 murders Mr. Carney and his cocounsel Hank Brennan trained a laserlike focus on what they said was the prosecutions colossal mishandling of the case, from covering up decades of corruption in the local branch of the FBI to building its case around wildly unreliable witnesses.

The governments star testimony was provided by three mobsters with close ties to Bulger, despicable, evil, terrifying men, Carney said, whose very livelihoods were built on lying to police, victims, and each other.

He went on to systematically interrogate the credibility of those men Stephen Flemmi, John Martorano, and Kevin Weeks each of whom took a plea deal in their own criminal proceedings in return for testifying against Bulger. Mr. Weeks served five years for participation in five murders, while Mr. Martorano spent 12 years in jail after admitting to 20 killings. Mr. Flemmi, the last to cooperate, used his cooperation to avoid the death penalty.

The government is buying testimony; the witnesses are selling, Carney said. The currency thats used here? How much freedom a person is going to get. But ladies and gentlemen, the price that you pay for testimony gives you no assurance that its the truth.

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Meanwhile, Mr. Brennan argued, the prosecution refused to probe what he called an endemically corrupt local FBI office, where agents doggedly pursued Bostons fearsome Italian mafia at all cost while turning a blind eye to Winter Hills activities and tapping its leadership for information.

They wanted the accolades, they wanted the glory, and they were willing to protect murderers because of pride, Brennan said. It wasnt about protecting the community this was about their quest to get the mafia.

Although not formally part of any charge, Bulgers relationship with the local FBI has been a fraught subject throughout the trial. Prosecutors say he was an informant who fed the agency information for decades. Bulger admits to bribing FBI agents for information, but flatly denies he was a rat, and at one stage of the trial verbally attacked a witness who claimed he was.

Neither side, however, denies Bulgers offcolor relationship with former FBI agent John Connolly, who saved Bulger from arrest in 1994 by tipping him off to an indictment against him. Bulger fled Boston and was not seen again until 2011. Mr. Connolly is currently serving a prison term in Florida.

But Brennan said the prosecution was letting Connolly take the fall for a deeply corrupt institutional culture.

There has to be an accounting, he said, for all the criminals tied up in Bulgers world. It doesnt matter if theyre part of a gang, if theyre independent, or if theyre part of the government.

The threehour defense statement followed a morning of closing arguments from prosecuting attorney Fred Wyshak, who urged the jury not to be distracted by the defenses attempt to suck them into discussions about Bulgers ties to the FBI.

In the final analysis, ladies and gentlemen, you dont have to decide whether Mr. Bulger was an informant or not, Wyshak said. Thats not something thats an element of any of these crimes.

But Carney said the jury had a responsibility to peer into the holes in the governments case.

There is one instance where a small group of people can stand up to the federal government and successfully take it on you are those folks, Carney told the jury. You can say it with courage, that the prosecutors have not met their burden of proof.

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At UW Tacoma, I have been struck, time and again, by the stories of students lives. They have found their way here in an endless variety of ways. Some have come directly from high school. More often, their lives have taken twists and turns after high school. Some have come here after military service. Others have raised a family first. Yet others have started down one path in a job or career, and have chosen to forge a different one.

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