Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Subscribe Join Lake Avenue Church for an incredible night of music to benefit and Empower the Maasai Families and artisans of Wild Hope Ministries in Tanzania.Â Featuring Tommy Walker and the Christian Assembly Worship Band, LAC Orchestra & Choir, Christian Assembly’s Generations Choir, Ingrid Chun and theÂ Maasai Artisans from Tanzania. The concert will be held at the Lake Avenue Church, Â Friday,Â May Â 11 at 7:00 p.m.Proceeds from any free-will offering will support, clean water pumps, Micro-finance loans, Schools and educational development, Christian leadership development and Church empowerment.Â Free childcare available for infants to 5-year-olds. The concert is free and no registration required. ThisÂ concert is a Kingdom Partnership ofÂ Lake Avenue Church, Pasadena andÂ Christian Assembly Church, Eagle Rock. EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Community News Religious Music Lake Avenue Church: The Concert for Wild Hope of Africa – May 11 Published on Tuesday, April 3, 2012 | 5:27 pm Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website First Heatwave Expected Next Week About Wild Hope:Wild Hope is a non-profit 501Â©(3) organization that began in 2004 thru the efforts of Peter and Tammy Russell. Planting their base in Arusha, Tanzania in 2005, and joined two years later by Byron and Lisa Borden, the organization has brought a multi-level ministry that strives to bring, “Transformation and Hope,” to the local people in East Africa thru leadership development, income generation, educational assistance, sports outreach and discipleship. For more information please visitÂ http://www.wildhopeinternational.org/About Tommy WalkerTommy Walker is a musician who has travelled around the globe to places like Singapore, Guatemala, Brazil and Japan for worship concerts and outreaches. He has penned over 100 songs that are heard worldwide â€“ songs such as â€œHe Knows My Name,â€ â€œThatâ€™s Why We Praise Him,â€ â€œMourning Into Dancing,â€ and â€œI Have a Hope.â€ Tommy has also recorded with Maranatha! Music, Integrity Music, and Get Down Ministries. Tommy has led worship at Christian Assembly since 1990. For more information visitÂ http://tommywalker.net.Lake Avenue Church, 393 N. Lake Ave., Pasadena, (626) 844-4700 or visitÂ www.lakeave.org. Top of the News Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday HerbeautyNow She’s 19 – Look At Her Transformation! Incredible!HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty9 Of The Best Family Friendly Dog BreedsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty15 Countries Where Men Have Difficulties Finding A WifeHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyNerdy Movie Kids Who Look Unrecognizable TodayHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThese Lipsticks Are Designed To Make Your Teeth Appear Whiter!HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyRobert Irwin Recreates His Father’s Iconic PhotosHerbeautyHerbeauty Make a comment 8 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Business News More Cool Stuff Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Community News faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes
Eureka >> St. Bernard’s Allison Sobol and the McKinleyville Panthers once again showed why they are the cream of the crop in girls prep golf. And that’s not just in the Humboldt-Del Norte League, but arguably the entire North Coast Section.Sobol shot a low round of 70 to claim the individual victory, and the Mack girls shot 348 to take the team title at the H-DN’s fifth meet of the season Wednesday at the Eureka Municipal Golf Course.Looking to extend a winning streak that dates back to the …
CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos or videos on a mobile deviceHow good is Kevin Durant? He delivered a dagger to the Portland Trail Blazers on Thursday night. And he wasn’t even suited up.It happened this way:Shortly after the final buzzer of the Warriors’ come-from-behind victory in Game 2 of their conference finals series against Portland, the Dubs came whooping and hollering into the tunnel that leads to their locker room. The injured Durant, currently sidelined by …
9 October 2012 Winning the right to co-host the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) has given South Africa and Africa as a whole a platform to prove to the world that the continent has what it takes to deliver a cutting-edge science project, says SKA associate director Professor Justin Jonas. Speaking at a gala dinner in Carnarvon on Monday, ahead of President Jacob Zuma’s visit to the site of the SKA in the Northern Cape, Jonas expressed faith in the ability of South Africa and its partners on the continent to successfully pull off the venture. “I am confident we are going to do that,” said Jonas.SA, Australia to share hosting of SKA In May this year, the SKA Organisation announced that South Africa and Australia were to share the hosting of the most advanced scientific project in the world. The two biggest components of the SKA will be built in Africa, while one will be built in Australia. About 70% of the facility will be built in Africa. Both South Africa and Australia have been working on precursors to the SKA, the 64-dish MeerKAT telescope and the 36-dish SKA Pathfinder (ASKAP) respectively. According to Jonas, the SKA will be a massive scientific infrastructure, and its development and construction will require participation by a wide range of industries to achieve its ambitious performance, schedule and cost targets. Jonas is confident that by 2016, the project will be ready. In all, more than 2 500 dishes are expected to be built.SKA to draw scientists, engineers to Africa South Africa, as co-host of the SKA, is expected to become a global centre for information technology, fundamental physics, astronomy and high-tech engineering, drawing top scientists and engineers from around the world. Dr Bernie Fanaroff, SKA project director, said he was confident that South Africa and its partners would make the SKA project a reality. “We have an outstanding site for the SKA, as well as the people and the expertise to build and operate this mega-instrument,” said Fanaroff. The MeerKAT Array, currently taking shape in South Africa’s Karoo region, is a world-class radio telescope designed to do ground-breaking science. It will be the largest and most sensitive radio telescope in the southern hemisphere until the SKA is completed around 2024. Close to 100 young scientists and engineers are working on the MeerKAT project. The MeerKAT will consist of 64 dishes of 13.5-m diameter each, with an offset Gregorian configuration. The commissioning of the MeerKAT will take place in 2014 and 2015, with the array coming online for science operations in 2016. Source: SANews.gov.za
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Palmer amaranth is a nightmare of a weed, causing yield losses up to 80% in severely infested soybean fields. It scoffs at farmers’ attempts at control, having evolved resistance to six classes of herbicides since its discovery in the United States 100 years ago. And now, scientists have discovered it has two new tricks up its sleeve.About a year ago, a group of researchers discovered Palmer is resistant to the herbicide class known as PPO-inhibitors, due to a mutation — known as the glycine 210 deletion — on the PPX2 gene.“We were using a quick test that we originally developed for waterhemp to determine PPO-resistance based on that mutation. A lot of times, the test worked. But people were bringing in samples that they were fairly confident were resistant, and the mutation wasn’t showing up. We started to suspect there was another mechanism out there,” said Patrick Tranel, University of Illinois molecular weed scientist.Tranel and his colleagues decided to sequence the PPX2 gene in plants from Tennessee and Arkansas to see if they could find additional mutations. Sure enough, they found not one, but two, located on the R98 region of the gene.“Almost all of the PPO-resistant plants we tested had either the glycine 210 deletion or one of the two new R98 mutations. None of the mutations were found in the sensitive plants we tested,” Tranel said.Furthermore, some of the resistant plants had both the glycine 210 deletion and one of the new R98 mutations. Tranel says it is too early to say what that could mean for those plants. In fact, there is a lot left to learn about this resistance mechanism.“We don’t know what level of resistance the new mutations confer relative to glycine 210,” Tranel said. “There are a lot of different PPO-inhibiting herbicides. Glycine 210 causes resistance to all of them, but we don’t know yet if the R98 mutations do.”The team is now growing plants to use in follow-up experiments. Tranel hopes they will be able to determine how common the three mutations are in any given population.“That way, when a farmer sends us a resistant plant and it doesn’t come back with the glycine 210 deletion, we will be able to tell him how likely it is that he’s dealing with another one of these mutations,” he said.In the meantime, other research groups or plant testing facilities could use the new genetic assay to detect the mutations in Palmer samples. Tranel hopes they will.“The more labs testing for this, the more we learn about how widespread the mutation is,” he said.
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IT Trends of the Future That Are Worth Paying A… For Self-Driving Systems, Infrastructure and In… Google’s Waymo has unveiled the first images of its self-driving minivan, a customized version of the Fiat Chrysler Pacifica hybrid that has been in development for six months.The minivan has been outfitted with all of Google’s latest self-driving technology, including an array of updated sensors, a more powerful computer system, and software updates.See Also: Former head of Google car project to launch his own self-driving rival“As we get fully self-driving cars ready for the road, we’ll need more types of vehicles to refine and test our advanced driving software,” said Waymo CEO, John Krafcik. “With this great new minivan on the road in our test markets, we’ll learn how people of all ages, shapes, and group sizes experience our fully self-driving technology.”To make all of the extra baggage fit, Waymo engineers made design changes to the Chrysler Pacifica hybrid, showing that Google’s self-driving division is capable of working and customizing automotive hardware, if the need arises.Waymo test-drives have begunWaymo has already run a variety of tests on the minivan at its own test track in California and Fiat’s Chelsea Proving Grounds in Michigan and Arizona Proving Grounds in Yucca, AZ, including over 200 hours of extreme weather testing.Krafcik has not given a specific deployment date in his Medium post, but said he was “looking forward” to having the minivans on public roads by 2017. The 100 minivans will join Google’s other self-driving vehicles in Kirkland, WA, Mountain View, CA, metro Phoenix, AZ, and Austin, TX.Waymo has not confirmed if it will build its own self-driving vehicles, or even if it really just seeking to be sold off by Google. The success of the partnership with Fiat suggests Google doesn’t need to spend billions acquiring hardware talent, though that may change once Apple, Tesla, and Uber divulge their full plans. 5 Ways IoT can Help to Reduce Automatic Vehicle… Related Posts David Curry Break the Mold with Real-World Logistics AI and… Tags:#autonomous cars#Chrysler Pacifica#driverless cars#Fiat#Google#minivan#Self-Driving#Waymo
The Haryana government has decided to double the prize money for sports persons from Haryana who win medals in the next Olympics, to be held in Rio in 2016.Announcing the government’s decision, the Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said that gold medalists hailing from Haryana would get Rs 5 crore, silver medalists would get Rs 3 crore while bronze medalists would get Rs 2 crore.The chief minister was speaking at a function held in Sonepat on Sunday to honour the sport persons who won medals in the London Olympics.The CM honoured wrestler Sushil Kumar, Yogeshwar Dutt, ace badminton player Saina Nehwal, shooter Gagan Narang and 15 other participants from Haryana. They were given cash prizes, luxury cars, LED TVs and other electronic gadgets.Sushil Kumar was given a cash prize of Rs 1.5 crore, while Yogeshwar Dutt, Saina Nehwal and Gagan Narang were given Rs 1 crore each.Olympic finalist Krishna Punia was awarded with a cash prize of Rs 31 lakh and quarter finalists Vijender and Amit were awarded Rs 21 lakh each. The first woman wrestler from the country to have qualified for Olympics, Geeta Phogat, was also given a cash prize of Rs 21 lakh.All the other 11 participants from Haryana – Annuraj Singh, Garima Chaodhary, Jai Bhagwan, Manoj Kumar, Om Prakash Singh, Sandeep Singh, Sanjeev Rajput, Sardara Singh, Seema Antil, Sumit Sangwan and Vikas Krishan – were given cash awards of Rs 11 lakh each.The four medal winners were handed over keys to Audi Cars and 15 other participants were given special edition SX4 cars.advertisementMeanwhile, wrestler Amit Kumar, who reached the quarterfinals, was appointed as an Inspector in Haryana Police. The CM also announced gifts of land to Sushil Kumar, Yogeshwar Dutt, Saina Nehwal, shooter Gagan Narang and boxer Vijender Singh for setting up their own academies in the state. The coaches of the medal winners were honoured with cash prizes of Rs three lakh each and coaches of other participant players were given Rs one lakh.Hooda also announced Rs 2 crore for development of bronze medalist grappler Yogeshwar Dutt’s Bhainswal Kalan village in Sonepat, Rs 1 crore each for development of Malothi village of silver-medallist wrestler Sushil Kumar in Jhajjar and shooter Gagan Narang’s village Shimla Gujran in Panipat.
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David Warner on Wednesday scored a well-paced 111-ball 107 as Australia defeated Pakistan by 41 runs in a tense ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash at Taunton to move to No.2 in the World Cup 2019 points table.It was an all-round effort from Australia that helped them get the better of unpredictable Pakistan in a tense clash. Aaron Finch played a captain’s knock and hammered a fearless 82 before Warner went on to hit his 15th ODI hundred.After the wicket of Warner, Amir wreaked havoc on Australia’s batting order as he became the 7th Pakistani bowler to take a five-wicket haul in World Cup history and was the reason why Australia managed only 142 for 9 off 24 overs after scoring 165 for 1 of the first 25 overs.Australia vs Pakistan, World Cup 2019: Report | Highlights”When I got out, we had 70 balls to go. As a batter, you want to bat 50 overs. We should’ve been around 340-350, credit to Pakistan’s bowlers. Their second spells were outstanding and they made it hard for us,” Man of the Match winner David Warner said during a post-match interview.Warner added that he had to adapt as there was movement early on and get on top of the back of the length deliveries.”It was a used wicket; it was a tad dry and they bowled very straight lines to me and gave me no width. There was a bit of movement early on, so I had to be a lot tighter,” David Warner said.Warner admitted that there were some great efforts from Pakistan which made it a great game of Cricket. He also went on to add that this century meant a lot for him as a batsman. This was Warner’s 1st hundred for Australia since the ball-tampering scandal and his second in World Cups.advertisement”This century means a lot as a batsman. Some great efforts from Pakistan. Our bowlers were fantastic but it was a great game.”Australia will next face Sri Lanka on June 15 in a bid to continue their winning run at World Cup 2019.Also Read | World Cup 2019: David Warner hits 3rd successive ODI hundred vs PakistanAlso Read | Mohammad Amir 1st Pakistan bowler to pick up 5-wicket haul vs Australia in World Cup historyAlso See: