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Shaq searching for solutions, not problems

first_imgJapeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum LATEST STORIES View comments Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Among those missing from the Asiad lineup are towering sisters Jaja Santiago and Dindin Manabat, who are playing in the Japan league.“We take this as giving other players a chance to represent the county and show their worth,” added Delos Santos. “And the players joining us are all talented players as well.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’Named back to the team are Alyssa Valdez, Cha Cruz, Mika Reyes, Jia Morado, Mylene Paat, Maika Ortiz and Denden Lazaro. Aby Maraño was named team captain.Collegiate and club league stars Jema Galanza, Grethcel Soltones, Risa Sato, Melissa Gohing, Jasmine Nabor and veteran Aiza Maizo also made the final roster. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Slaughter OK to play as Filipino, says Fiba National women’s volleyball coach Shaq delos Santos is unfazed by the absence of key players when the squad sets off to compete in the tough AVC Asian Cup in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.“We would like to have the same team as in the Asian Games but it’s not possible, so we’re here not to find problems and instead find solutions,” Delos Santos told the Inquirer.ADVERTISEMENTcenter_img Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew MOST READ Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. The Philippines made it to the elite field after placing eighth in last year’s Asian Women’s Championships two years ago in Biñan, Laguna.But it’s going to be tough battle for the PH Lady Spikers who are grouped with Kazakhstan, Australia and Iran in Pool C.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA titlelast_img read more

Desperately trying to give the families of Lindo Creek a plausible answer

first_imgDear Editor,The People who were killed at Lusignan, East Coast Demerara, were “just a bunch a coolies” – no derogatory, demeaning or racial profiling meant here – but to establish a salient point.My reason for making that blunt statement is to reveal the malice shown by their supporters when they openly speak about the killings at Lusignan, in this regard, I would like the editor to so publish. The higher echelons of the People’s National Congress (PNC) would want to deny these assertions however; the facts at the grassroots level undermine their denial claims.Their own kind is never careful, nor can they understand, what serious consequences these racially divisive and highly toxic remarks can have on the fragile social harmony that we have in this country. So my advice to The PNC is to rein-in their most vocal and unruly supporters.So, the general notion is, to the families of the Lusignan slaughter show no compassion, while to the families of the predominantly black Lindo Creek slayings, offer plausible comfort.Interesting! And interesting it is, because the widely touted rumour that the Joint Services, under specific instructions from Jagdeo, carried out those killings, is proven to be a nasty lie as testimony after testimony at the hearings has repeatedly shown.It is quite clear now that this Commission of Inquiry (CoI) was given a specific mandate; that is, to substantiate a rumour, therefore snoop around for any information that would prop up that theory. But at every turn so far, they are coming up empty handed.On the other hand, all testimonies point to the fact that Lindo Creek was the brutal reality of the “Fine Man Freedom Fighters” – a murderous gang who were aided and abetted by “Opposition elements.”How did the Rondel “Fine Man” Rawlins gang get their camouflage gear? Where did they get their supplies of arms and ammunition? Who furnished this murderous horde with pertinent information about Joint Services whereabouts?  These naked facts the PNC would never want the families to know.They would rather keep them in the dark for as long as they possibly can. Further to our discussion is the fact that when one of the members of The “Fine Man” gang was recaptured, there was the subsequent killing of “Sagga.”A point of note, “Sagga’s” murder came in quick succession to “Smallie’s” capture – he too paid the ultimate price for “snitching.” Here again is damning evidence that disputes the CoI’s claims. Why did “Sagga” have to die? Questions and more questions!Could the families of the Lindo Creek Massacre get the message that they are being used by this Administration? Why can’t they get the message that they are being taken for a merry ride? The sympathetic Judases are at work in an eddying media circus?When President Granger said he would like to know the “intellectual authors” behind these killings, this was a subtle way in saying the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Administration ordered the killings. He was saying that the PPP Government under Jagdeo was responsible.So why flog a dead horse when the information so far clears the former Government and Joint Services of such wrongdoings? Why don’t they do the honourable thing and admit their fault, say that their dearly beloved Rondel Rawlins did it and move on.So, the charade continues with a CoI that is hard pressed to find an elusive cause, go visit the scene of the murders, show Commissioner Trotman and family members all teary eyed in emotional display.Ironically, the inquiry team fail to realise that with that cheap political stunt, they had given themselves away. If an 80-year-old man could have made that trip with relative ease, why couldn’t “Fine Man” a bushman who knows the terrain do the same? Very damning evidence indeed!In closing, the Lindo Creek – Lusignan Massacres are intricately woven into each other, one cannot be upheld as murder while the other discarded as sheer coincidence, both are of equal importance and should be given the respect, the truthfulness, as well as the judicial review that they rightfully deserve. The present partisan, political masquerade cannot hide this fact; it only exposes it.Respectfully,Neil Adamslast_img read more

NAGICO fuels “Reds” Perreira’s visit to Berbice

first_imgAs the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) continues to push its mandate of restoring the glory of cricket in the Ancient County, associates of the organisation have been working tirelessly to ensure that they acquire funding to facilitate a programme which would see to the development of cricket within their region.The legendary Joseph “Reds” PerreiraOn that note, NAGICO Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Imran Mc Sood Amjad has now joined hands with the hardworking Board by providing financial sponsorship which will go towards expenses for the visit of Joseph “Reds” Perreira.Perreira, who is a widely respected international cricket commentator and sports administrator, will be visiting Berbice July 19-22, 2018 as part of a comprehensive development programme. During his stay, the sports personality will meet with players, umpires, BCB Executives and representatives of clubs as part of an effort to strengthen management at both the club and board levels. NAGICO’s sponsorship will go a long way towards covering expenses for accommodation, meals, transportation and a one-day seminar with 100 persons.BCB President Hilbert Foster, who is spearheading the historic visit, expressed gratitude to the NAGICO CEO for his timely support and also to former BCB Secretary Oscar Ramjeet for working beyond the call of duty to assist Berbice cricket. Ramjeet, he stated, has single-handedly assisted the BCB to raise over $2 million in sponsorship from overseas-based Guyanese.The main objective of the four-day visit by the St Lucia-based Perreira is to assist clubs to strengthen their management structures so that they can achieve more on and off the cricket field. Special emphasis will also be placed on strengthening the overall operation of the BCB while getting officials to understand their list of duties. Perreira will also be meeting with the entire Berbice Under-15, Under-17, Under-19 and female cricketers as part of a comprehensive personal development programme.Additionally, the BCB and the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club, MS, will also be honouring the legendary commentator for his service to the gentleman’s sport.last_img read more

Climate concepts out of this world

first_imgHere is a look at some of the ideas: The Geritol solution A private company is already carrying out this plan. Some scientists call it promising while others worry about the ecological fallout. Planktos Inc. of Foster City, Calif., has launched its ship, the Weatherbird II, on a trip to the Pacific Ocean to dump 50 tons of iron dust. The iron should grow plankton, part of an algae bloom that will drink up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The idea of seeding the ocean with iron to beef up a natural plankton and algae system has been tried on a small scale several times since 1990. It has both succeeded and failed. Russ George, CEO of Planktos, said his ship will try it on a larger scale, dumping a slurry of water and red iron dust from a hose into the sea. The concept gained some credibility when it was mentioned in the 2001 report by the authoritative Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Small experiments “showed unequivocally that there was a biological response to the addition of the iron,” the climate report said. Plankton used the iron to photosynthesize, extract greenhouse gases from the air, and grow rapidly. It forms a thick green soup of all sorts of carbon dioxide-sucking algae, which sea life feast on, and the carbon drops into the ocean. However, the international climate report also cautioned about “the ecological consequences of large-scale fertilization of the ocean.” Tim Barnett, a marine physicist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, said large-scale ocean seeding could change the crucial temperature difference between the sea surface and deeper waters and have a dramatic effect on marine life. When Mount Pinatubo erupted 16 years ago in the Philippines it cooled the Earth for about a year because the sulfate particles in the upper atmosphere reflected some sunlight. Several leading scientists, from Nobel Laureate Paul Crutzen to the late nuclear cold warrior Edward Teller, have proposed doing the same artificially to offset global warming. Using jet engines, cannons or balloons to get sulfates in the air, humans could reduce the solar heat, and only increase current sulfur pollution by a small percentage, said Tom Wigley of the National Center for Atmospheric Research. “It’s an issue of the lesser of two evils,” he said. Scientists at the Center for Atmospheric Research put the idea into a computer climate model. The results aren’t particularly cheap or promising, said NCAR scientist Caspar Ammann. It would take tens of thousands of tons of sulfate to be injected into the air each month, he said. “From a practical point of view, it’s completely ridiculous,” Amman said. “Instead of investing so much into this, it would be much easier to cut down on the initial problem.” Solar umbrella Both this technique and the solar umbrella, while reducing heating, wouldn’t reduce carbon dioxide. So they wouldn’t counter a dramatic increase in the acidity of the world’s oceans, which happens with global warming, scientists said. It harms sea life, especially coral reefs. For far-out concepts, it’s hard to beat Roger Angel’s. Last fall, the University of Arizona astronomer proposed what he called a “sun shade.” It would be a cloud of small Frisbee-like spaceships that go between Earth and the sun and act as an umbrella, reducing heat from the sun. “It really is just like turning down the knob by 2 percent of what’s coming from the sun,” he said. The science for the ships, the rocketry to launch them, and the materials to make the shade are all doable, Angel said. These nearly flat discs would each weigh less than an ounce and measure about a yard wide with three tab-like “ears” that are controllers sticking out just a few inches. About 800,000 of these would be stacked into each rocket launch. It would take 16 trillion of them – that’s million million – so there would be 20 million launches of rockets. All told, Angel figures 20 million tons of material to make the discs that together form the solar umbrella. And then there’s the cost: at least $4 trillion over 30 years, probably more. Scientifically, it’s known as “air capture.” But the instruments being used have been dubbed “artificial trees” – even though these devices are about as treelike as a radiator on a stick. They are designed to mimic the role of trees in using carbon dioxide, but early renderings show them looking more like the creation of a tinkering engineer with lots of steel. Going global Nearly a decade ago, Columbia University professor Klaus Lackner hit on an idea for his then-middle school daughter’s science fair project: Create air filters that grab carbon dioxide from the air using chemical absorbers and then compress the carbon dioxide into a liquid or compressed gas that can be shipped elsewhere. When his daughter was able to do it on a tiny scale, Lackner decided to look at doing it globally. Newly inspired by the $25 million prize offered by Richard Branson, Lackner has fine-tuned the idea. He wants to develop a large filter that would absorb carbon dioxide from the air. Another chemical reaction would take the carbon from the absorbent material, and then a third process would change that greenhouse gas into a form that could be disposed of. Lackner envisions perhaps placing 100,000 of them near wind energy turbines.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! NASA is putting the finishing touches on a report summing up some of these ideas and has spent $75,000 to map out rough details of the sun shade concept. One of the premier climate modeling centers in the United States, the National Center for Atmospheric Research, has spent the last six weeks running computer simulations of the man-made volcano scenario and will soon turn its attention to the space umbrella idea. And last month, billionaire Richard Branson offered a $25 million prize to the first feasible technology to reduce carbon dioxide levels in the air. Simon “Pete” Worden, who heads NASA’s Ames Research Center at Moffett Field, Calif., says some of these proposals, which represent a field called geoengineering, have been characterized as anywhere from “great” to “idiotic.” As if to distance NASA from the issue a bit, Worden said the agency’s report won’t do much more than explain the range of possibilities. Scientists in the recent past have been reluctant to consider such concepts. Many fear there will be unintended side effects; others worry such schemes might prevent the type of reduction in greenhouse gas emissions that scientists say are the only real way to fight global warming. These approaches are not an alternative to cutting pollution, said University of Calgary professor David Keith, a top geoengineering researcher. Ralph Cicerone, president of the National Academy of Sciences, told the nation’s largest science conference recently that more research must be done in this field, but no action should be taken yet. WASHINGTON – Crazy-sounding ideas for saving the planet are getting a serious look from top scientists, a sign of their fears about global warming and the desire for an insurance policy in case things get worse. How crazy? There’s the man-made volcano that shoots gigatons of sulfur high into the air. The space “sun shade” made of trillions of little reflectors between Earth and sun, slightly lowering the planet’s temperature. The forest of ugly artificial “trees” that suck carbon dioxide out of the air. And the “Geritol solution” in which iron dust is dumped into the ocean. “Of course, it’s desperation,” said Stanford University professor Stephen Schneider. “It’s planetary methadone for our planetary heroin addiction. It does come out of the pessimism of any realist that says this planet can’t be trusted to do the right thing.” last_img read more

GAA: LYIT Ladies impress against Queens, Belfast

first_imgLYIT Ladies GAA secured a victory in Belfast on Wednesday that will secure them a place in the Division 3 league play off, a game that is scheduled for the 16th of November with a venue and the opposition to be decided. But the main feature of the afternoon in Belfast was the manner in which the LYIT club romped home to victory.The scores came from Lucy O’Flynn, Sarah Jane McDonald, Rachel McGee, Aine O’Reilly, Emilie Gavin and Victoria Kelly. The LYIT Ladies had a lead of 2-08 to 0-2 points at the half time break and from there they pushed on to win by a score of 4-11 to 0-4.The team lined out for the game as a 13-a-side team to facilitate the shortage of players due to academic commitments.But to suggest that the LYIT Ladies were under strength would be unfounded. Based on the defensive capabilities of Gemma Glackin, Sinead Martin &Annie Rose Quinn the team kept the opposition under pressure for the entire first half of the game with Pamela McMahon having a solid performance in goal for her first time with the club.The final goal of the day came from the hand of Lucy O’Flynn who contested a ball ,well placed, in the goal area by Sarah Jane McDonald from a free kick. Both Rachel McGee and Lucy O’Flynn pressured the Queens goalkeeper Aideen Fallon and as the ball broke Lucy O’Flynn slotted home from close rangeGreat performances from Sinead Martin, Geraldine Ruane, Victoria Kelly, Rachel McGee and Emilie Gavin.LYIT: Pamela McMahon, Gemma Glackin, Megan Burns, Victoria Kelly, Sinead Martin, Annie Rose Quinn, Aine O’Reilly, (Captain), Emilie Gavin, Sarah Jane McDonald, Shannagh Kelly, Rachel McGee, Lucy O’Flynn, Geraldine Ruane and Claire Beirne.GAA: LYIT Ladies impress against Queens, Belfast was last modified: November 9th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

MORE THAN 600 TAKE PART IN GLENSWILLY 5K – PIC SPECIAL

first_imgWhat I wouldn’t give for a cup of tea and a cream bun in the Sandwich Company after that race!More than 600 runners and walkers turned up for the second Glenswilly 5k last night.For the second year in a row organisers were blessed with some fine weather.The event was organised as a fundraiser for the underage football teams at the club and this year it was included for the first time in the Grand Prix series. While many had times and places on their minds, the vast majority were out for fun and to keep fit.It was a superb event which was well-marshaled by local volunteers and by the Gardai.All those who took part were treated to showers and refreshments afterwards.Chairman of Glenswilly GAA Club, Mick Murphy, said he was very proud of how everyone at the club had pulled together to organise the event. He reminded all those present that Glenswilly GAA Club is open to anyone who comes along and its door are never locked to new members.He thanked all those for their sponsorship of the 5k but especially Paul Gallagher of The Sandwich Company who was the main sponsor.Many thanks to Geraldine Diver for the photographs.Glenswilly 5k 2013Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club 1 16 15.28 Gerard Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C2 233 15.53 Aidan Callaghan SM 24/7 Triathlon3 278 16.08 Adam Friel SM Letterkenny A C4 203 16.09 Ivan Toner SM Letterkenny A C 5 23 16.32 Paul McGlinchey SM Letterkenny A C6 32 16.33 Eddie Margey SM Individual7 225 16.38 Brian Crossan SM Individual8 22 16.43 Kevin Ferry M40 Letterkenny A C9 174 17.02 Adrian Boyle SM Individual10 183 17.12 Kieran Crawford SM Letterkenny A C11 88 17.15 Paul Doherty SM 24/7 Triathlon12 181 17.18 Shay McNulty SM Finn Valley A C13 223 17.28 Raymond Birch SM Letterkenny A C14 50 17.29 PAURIC BRESLIN SM Individual15 28 17.30 Liam Murray SM Individual16 131 17.31 Padraig Friel SM Letterkenny A C17 83 17.34 Liam Doherty SM Cranford A C18 11 17.44 Kevin McGee M40 Individual19 25 17.48 Adrian Toye SM Letterkenny A C20 247 17.49 Hugh Duffy SM Cranford A C21 201 17.53 Jude O’Donnell M40 Individual22 251 17.56 Dale Gallagher JM Letterkenny A C23 42 18.01 MARTIN DEVENNEY SM Individual24 49 18.05 FIONNUALA DIVER SW Letterkenny A C25 58 18.10 KENNY O DONNELL M40 Finn Valley A C26 709 18.21 JOHN NEILLY SM Letterkenny A C27 234 18.22 Paul Murray SM Finn Valley A C28 73 18.23 Gerard Devine SM Individual29 81 18.24 Helena Crossan W45 Inishowen A C30 227 18.26 Gary Gallagher SM Lifford A C31 133 18.27 PAUL MCMONAGLE SM Letterkenny A C32 178 18.30 Gareth Kerrigan SM Milford A C33 110 18.31 DARREN PRICE SM Individual34 184 18.31 Paddy Ward M60 Letterkenny A C35 193 18.33 Johnny McGinley SM Individual36 107 18.33 STEWART MAGEE SM Individual37 237 18.44 Martin McGinley M40 Individual38 248 18.51 Adrian Gallagher M40 Letterkenny A C39 70 18.51 James Gibbons M50 Milford A C40 75 18.51 David Gordon SM Individual41 132 18.57 KIERAN COYLE SM Letterkenny A C42 24 18.57 Damien McBride SM Milford A C43 87 18.58 Ronan O’Driscoll SM Individual44 1879 18.58 MICHAEL CARR Walker Individual45 86 18.59 Collie O’Donnell M40 Letterkenny A C46 191 19.05 Patrick Quinn JM Individual47 111 19.12 GLEN COYLE SM Letterkenny A C48 1607 19.13 CONOR BOYCE Walker Individual49 66 19.14 Adrian Herrity SM Individual50 152 19.16 LEE GILDEA SM Letterkenny A C51 243 19.17 PJ Hagan SM Individual52 239 19.18 Theresa Doherty SW Inishowen A C53 280 19.20 Shaun crossan M40 Letterkenny A C54 85 19.20 Paul Cosgrove M45 Letterkenny A C55 112 19.21 CHARLIE SWEENEY SM Letterkenny A C56 55 19.21 BRENDAN MC DYRE SM Individual57 1747 19.22 CIARAN GIBBONS Walker Individual58 170 19.29 Richard Gildea SM Letterkenny A C59 9 19.36 Tony Gallagher M45 Finn Valley A C60 707 19.37 Seamus Morrison M40 24/7 Triathlon61 1885 19.37 ENDA MC BRIDE Walker Individual62 1898 19.38 James Mc Cahill Walker Individual63 54 19.40 COLIN MOONEY SM Individual64 198 19.42 Michael McDaid SM Individual65 252 19.43 Cathal Morrison M40 Individual66 204 19.44 Kevin Toner M60 Letterkenny A C67 200 19.45 Charlie O’Donnell SM Letterkenny A C68 166 19.46 Gerard Mullen M40 Letterkenny A C69 127 19.50 KAY BYRNE W50 Finn Valley A C70 142 19.51 PAUL MCATEER SM Individual71 157 19.52 Shaun Bonner SM Individual72 224 19.53 Hugh Ferry SM Letterkenny A C73 295 19.57 MARY CONNELLY SW Finn Valley A C74 1749 20.01 RYAN CRAIG Walker Individual75 190 20.02 Sean O’Leary M50 Finn Valley A C76 205 20.04 Ray McGrory SM Milford A C77 113 20.04 NAOISE ENRIGHT SM Letterkenny A C78 176 20.11 Marie Boyle SW Letterkenny A C79 231 20.13 Kieran Bovaird M40 Individual80 108 20.14 PAUL BROWN SM Individual81 277 20.15 Declan Carlin M40 Individual82 260 20.16 JOHN MC MULLAN SM Individual83 18 20.17 richard Raymond M55 Letterkenny A C84 63 20.17 Paul Gildea SM Letterkenny A C85 242 20.18 Damien McCroary SM Individual86 706 20.19 Paul Harris M45 24/7 Triathlon87 199 20.20 Barry Mackey M50 Letterkenny A C88 262 20.20 JOHN BAXTER M50 Individual89 207 20.20 Conor Harkin SM Individual90 173 20.30 Paul Lee M45 Letterkenny A C91 175 20.32 Hugh Gallagher M50 Letterkenny A C92 35 20.33 PJ Friel M40 Individual93 94 20.34 Charmaine O’Brien SW Finn Valley A C94 263 20.37 FERGAL O GARA SM Individual95 241 20.40 Michael Harkin SM Individual96 212 20.41 Patrick Brennan SM Individual97 151 20.45 CHARLIE MCGINTY SM Individual98 1824 20.45 PATRICK DOHERTY Walker Individual99 109 20.46 KAROL CROSSAN SM Individual100 1643 20.47 CORMAC COYLE Walker Individual101 279 20.49 Noel Lynch M45 Letterkenny A C102 57 20.51 MARK MC DAID SM Individual103 163 20.54 Charlie Gildea SM Individual104 89 20.57 Darren Beecroft M45 Letterkenny A C105 99 20.58 BRIAN MC BRIDE M60 Letterkenny A C106 10 21.00 Jane McGinley SW Letterkenny A C107 211 21.03 Patrick Trimble SM Individual108 273 21.06 Peter McGinley SM Individual109 286 21.06 Phelim Lynch SM Individual110 702 21.08 Ronan Gildea SM Individual111 126 21.10 GARVAN BOYCE M40 Individual112 76 21.11 Stephen Cunningham SM Individual113 710 21.12 GAVIN HARRIS SM 24/7 Triathlon114 64 21.13 Mary Hiffsley W45 Finn Valley A C115 1665 21.17 MARK MCGINLEY Walker Individual116 219 21.25 Kevin Doherty SM Individual117 160 21.28 Barry Gallagher SM Individual118 26 21.30 Damien Murray SM Individual119 1900 21.31 Jill Mc Gettigan Walker Individual120 129 21.32 BERNARD MCDYRE M50 24/7 Triathlon121 31 21.33 Gary McDaid SM Individual122 97 21.34 Stephen McCrossan SM Individual123 8 21.35 Martin Anderson M45 Finn Valley A C124 1855 21.42 GAVIN SHEVLIN Walker Individual125 84 21.44 Lorraine McDaid SW Individual126 147 21.45 SHAUN MCDEVITT SM Individual127 61 21.46 RONAN GIBSON SM Individual128 74 21.49 Liam Gordon SM Individual129 39 21.50 AMANDA MC FADDEN SW Individual130 296 21.51 DECLAN MC ELWAINE SM Individual131 701 21.56 CAMILLA MC GRANAGHAN SW Individual132 154 21.57 Ernie Pollock M50 Individual133 164 21.58 Paddy Gildea SM Individual134 1818 21.59 KATHERINE KELLY Walker Individual135 192 22.01 Finn Begley M40 Letterkenny A C136 45 22.04 JAMES DOHERTY M60 Milford A C137 156 22.07 Eugene McGinley M45 Individual138 153 22.08 Shaun O’Donnell M50 Individual139 121 22.09 SINEAD CAMPBELL SW Individual140 267 22.10 MAEVE CALLAGHAN SW Letterkenny A C141 20 22.19 Stephen McPhilmey M50 Individual142 1768 22.22 MARK DOHERTY Walker Individual143 1640 22.25 DONAL GALLAGHER Walker Individual144 214 22.26 Philip Brown SM Individual145 1863 22.27 CHRISTINE BARRON Walker Individual146 213 22.27 John Curran M50 Individual147 90 22.28 Gloria Donaghy W50 Finn Valley A C148 186 22.29 Sabrina Mackey SW Individual149 1654 22.30 MARK MCATEER Walker Individual150 41 22.32 JOSEPH CASEY M40 Individual151 232 22.34 John Ferry M45 Individual152 1653 22.36 SHANE MCATEER Walker Individual153 264 22.37 SHANE KEAVENEY SM Individual154 189 22.39 Sammy Johnston M40 Individual155 266 22.42 AISLING MC GEEHAN SW Finn Valley A C156 1659 22.47 SEAN MCGINLEY Walker Individual157 268 22.48 MARGARET SHIELS W40 Letterkenny A C158 78 22.49 Chris Ashmore M45 Individual159 46 22.50 RICHARD GARDINER SM Individual160 1765 22.53 RYAN CONNAUGHTON Walker Individual161 52 22.54 PAT BYRNE M50 Killybegs A C162 1645 23.00 CAOLAN DUNLEAVEY Walker Individual163 723 23.02 SINEAD TREARTY SW 24/7 Triathlon164 1820 23.02 CATHAL GALLAGHER Walker Individual165 104 23.02 SEAMUS MCLAUGHLIN M40 Individual166 293 23.06 JOHN MULLEN M45 Individual167 47 23.09 DAVID HARVEY SM Individual168 146 23.11 DES GOYVEARTS SM Individual169 92 23.17 Gareth Patton SM Individual170 282 23.18 Pauline Sweeney SW Individual171 274 23.21 Aubrey Baxter SM Individual172 261 23.23 EVELYN MC GEEHAN W45 Finn Valley A C173 216 23.23 Bronagh Heverin W45 Individual174 226 23.28 Rachel Crossan SW Individual175 1644 23.28 EVAN DUNLEAVEY Walker Individual176 292 23.29 Gerry Durning M50 Individual177 1638 23.30 EVAN DUDDY Walker Individual178 218 23.30 Nicola Maguire SW Individual179 238 23.31 Imelda Gallagher W40 Individual180 79 23.33 Mary Gallagher W45 Individual181 208 23.38 Alistar Hetherington M40 Individual182 259 23.39 AISLING KELLY SW Individual183 275 23.40 Daniel Holmes SM Individual184 244 23.41 Dessie McLaughlin M40 Individual185 265 23.42 SEAMUS BYRNE SM Individual186 287 23.43 GRETA MARLEY W40 Finn Valley A C187 51 23.45 JIMMY WHITE M50 Killybegs A C188 172 23.47 Eilis McClafferty SW Individual189 103 23.48 PAT BRADY M40 Individual190 245 23.49 Caroline McAteer SM Individual191 281 23.49 Vanessa Friel SW Individual192 284 23.56 Barry Tinney SM Individual193 725 23.58 CLAIRE HARKIN SW Individual194 704 23.58 Mick Carroll M45 Individual195 1921 23.58 Eithne Kelly Walker Individual196 101 23.59 PAUL GALLAGHER M40 Individual197 246 24.00 David Wilson SM Individual198 235 24.00 Aidan Kelly SM Individual199 210 24.04 Brendan McElhinney SM Individual200 288 24.06 SEAN MARLEY M40 Individual201 105 24.06 BRENDAN SHERIDAN M40 Individual202 145 24.07 MARK GILDEA SM Individual203 741 24.08 ORLA NALLEN SW Individual204 130 24.08 JONATHAN WILSON SM Individual205 719 24.09 SEAMUS NALLEN SM Individual206 71 24.10 Declan Friel M40 Milford A C207 298 24.14 EMETT O DONNELL SM Individual208 165 24.14 Andy Stewart SM Letterkenny A C209 1677 24.14 DAITHI GALLAGHER Walker Individual210 96 24.19 Michelle Kelly W45 Individual211 91 24.19 Francesca Patton SW Individual212 177 24.20 Margaret McGlynn SW Individual213 171 24.21 Eithne Cox W40 Individual214 38 24.25 MICHELLE DELANEY SW Individual215 721 24.29 MARY BOND W50 Finn Valley A C216 196 24.29 Alison Stoddart SW Individual217 19 24.32 Amy Callaghan SW Individual218 220 24.36 Alan Gormley M40 Individual219 1769 24.37 PETER DOHERTY Walker Individual220 271 24.38 RICKY NUGENT SM Individual221 291 24.40 Paul McCahill M40 Individual222 93 24.43 Cathy Harley W45 Individual223 294 24.45 MARIE MULLEN W45 Individual224 206 24.49 Josie McLaughlin W45 Milford A C225 300 24.56 RUTH MC CRUDDEN W45 Letterkenny A C226 1678 24.58 JASON BROWNE Walker Individual227 1695 25.00 JOHN MC GINLEY Walker Individual228 143 25.02 MARTIN LANGAN SM Individual229 185 25.04 Martin McKelvey M40 Individual230 159 25.11 Caoimhe Wherity SW Individual231 289 25.18 PATRICK MC NULTY SM Individual232 116 25.18 JOHN KELLY SM Individual233 217 25.20 Angela Trimble W40 Individual234 299 25.20 LAURA CORBITT W40 Letterkenny A C235 1650 25.25 LEE MCDAID Walker Individual236 158 25.28 Deirdre Bonner SW Individual237 65 25.29 Shauna McGeehan SW Letterkenny A C238 1848 25.30 JUDE HARDS Walker Individual239 37 25.31 LEONA GRANT SW Individual240 1797 25.32 ADRIAN HARDS Walker Individual241 136 25.35 BRIAN MCHUGH M40 Individual242 144 25.37 JIMMY GILDEA M60 Letterkenny A C243 14 25.44 Claire McDermott Walker Individual244 228 26.02 Marie McFadden SW Individual245 106 26.06 PAUL LAPSLEY M40 Individual246 119 26.12 GRETA TOYE SW 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56.01 JOHN LAFFERTY Walker Individual600 1845 56.31 DECLAN DOHERTY Walker Individual601 1810 56.38 BRIDIE SPRATT Walker Individual602 1867 56.42 Jake Spratt Walker Individual603 1800 56.43 EVA LAFFERTY Walker Individual604 1812 57.11 ERIN LAFFERTY Walker Individual605 1770 57.23 CLAIRE LAFFERTY Walker Individual606 1787 57.37 KATHLEEN FRIZE Walker Individual607 1912 57.37 Una Ní Bhrian Walker Individual608 1923 58.02 Anne Spencer Walker Individual609 1922 58.05 Carol Reid Walker IndividualTotal Runners: 609MORE THAN 600 TAKE PART IN GLENSWILLY 5K – PIC SPECIAL was last modified: June 26th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new 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Parole violators nabbed

first_img Officers from the Whittier, Montebello, Downey, La Habra and Buena Park police departments joined parole agents and members of the Multi-Agency Response Team (MART) of the county Department of Children and Family Services in the early morning roundups. In all, 43 officers paid unannounced visits to 39 homes in Whittier, unincorporated South Whittier and surrounding unincorporated county areas. They surprised parolees using drugs, hiding drug paraphernalia and flushing drugs down a toilet, among other violations. “Theoretically, people on parole are supposed to be out of prison getting their lives together,” said Whittier police spokesman Officer Alan dela Pena. “Unfortunately, that’s not always the case.” Along with the arrests, Department of Children and Family Services officials took 35 children into protective custody, including 17 who were later placed in foster or family care, said DCFS Coordinating Supervisor Emilio Mendoza. The operation came largely in response to recent gang violence, said Jerome March, district administrator for the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. “We have a lot of gang-on-gang hostilities and problems. We came up with a list of parolees in the area where the problems are,” he said. Those arrested could face minimum prison sentences of up to one year for parole violations. The multi-agency force gathered at 4 a.m. for a briefing before splitting off into five teams that fanned out to about seven different locations. “When we go into a house, we try to find out where the parolee is sleeping and what rooms in the house he has access to, and then we start a search,” said Special Enforcement Team Officer Willie Lawson. Many of the parolees were not happy to see the officers. At one home, police discovered several people smoking methamphetamine. At another, a parolee’s children, ages 8 and 10, took officers to where she had hidden pipes for smoking meth, and weighing scales. At another home, a known gang member flushed narcotics down his toilet, then cursed officers when they found knives, brass knuckles and drug paraphernalia in his room. Recidivism is high among California parolees, about 60 percent of whom return to prison after violating parole terms or on other charges, according to the Department of Corrections. The Whittier area is home to hundreds of parolees. Throughout the year, officers make regular compliance checks. “It lets parolees know we’re out here and we’re active. We are checking up on you,” said Lawson. Wednesday’s sweep, the first to include so many outside agencies, was deemed a success by Whittier police Special Enforcement Team Officer Scott Irwin. “We got a loaded rifle, marijuana, meth, knives, heroine, brass knuckles, ammunition and drug paraphernalia,” he said. sandy.mazza@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3026 Photo Gallery WHITTIER – In one of the largest sweeps targeting parole violators in city history, more than 40 officers fanned out through Whittier and surrounding communities early Wednesday, arresting 11 suspects and confiscating guns, knives, drugs and drug paraphernalia. • 11/16: Parolee bust AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Abraham Ndugwa completes move to Kenyan side

first_img Tags: Abraham NdugwaAFC Leopardsmasavu FC Abraham Ndugwa has been captain of relegated side Masavu FC in the just concluded UPL season.Former Masavu captain Abraham Ndugwa has complete a move to Kenyan top side AFC Leaopards.The two capped Ugandan international left his side, Masavu FC following their relegation from the Ugandan Premier League at the end of 2017/2018 Ugandan Premier League season.He was top scorer of Masavu last season with six league goals and it was the same season that saw him earn his firstcall up to the national team.In a statement, Ndugwa confirmed his departure from Masavu three weeks ago whilst wishing the side best of luck. He, however, did not disclose his next destination with KCCA and Vipers SC reportedly courting him.Masavu exit “It was always going to be an emotional day saying goodbye to this great team of players, said Ndugwa in a statement on Facebook.“You fought, you toiled, but the sweat came to nothing.You guys have been amazing and please raise up and take the positives.“We did not reach the promised land together and maybe there is a Joshua somewhere to take you there, but to all the club management and staff thank you.The striker has been in talks with AFC Leopards management for the last few weeks and the two parties have finally reached an agreement over a switch to the Blue and White.“Everything has been agreed on. He is a good player and we believe he will help the team,” a source from the club PML Daily.Comments last_img read more

49ers’ Shanahan denies having any troubles with Lynch

first_img49ers coach Kyle Shanahan refuted a report Tuesday there’s trouble brewing between him and general manager John Lynch that could eventually lead to a breakup of the team’s leaders.Shanahan told NBC Sports Bay Area that the Bleacher Report story claiming he and Lynch “aren’t in lockstep as far as the vision of the offseason and the future of the franchise,” and he doesn’t trust Lynch’s decision-making is “complete (expletive).”Matt Miller, Bleacher Report’s draft analyst, said his sources …last_img read more

Heat Pump Balance Point and the Building Enclosure

first_imgSo we’ve looked at a simple way to estimate the heat pump balance point.  Then I showed how the capacity of the heat pump affects the balance point.  (A larger heat pump lowers the balance point and vice versa.)  Today, let’s look at the other major factor that can affect the balance point. First, recall that the simple method to find the balance point involved plotting the heating load of the house and heat pump capacity on the same graph.  Using two data points for each and assuming a linear relationship between load/capacity and outdoor temperature, we had two straight lines.  The temperature where they cross is the heat pump balance point.  This point tells you at what outdoor temperature the heat pump is just able to keep the house at the indoor design temperature (normally 70°F). Now we’re ready to take it further.RELATED ARTICLESA Simple Way to Calculate Heat Pump Balance PointHow To Buy a Ductless MinisplitSaving Energy With Manual J and Manual DWho Can Perform My Load Calculations?Three Types of Heat Pump Heat The effect of heating load on balance point One way to change the balance point is to move the heat pump capacity on the graph.  Likewise, we could change the other part of the graph, the heating load, to get a different balance point (assuming we don’t make a compensating change in equipment size).  If you have an existing home and want make it more comfortable and energy-efficient by doing some air sealing and insulating, the house won’t need as much heat.  The house in our example initially had a heating load of about 15,000 BTU/hr.  Let’s say we add some insulation, make it more airtight, and seal the ducts.  Now the load drops to about 10,000 BTU/hr, and we use that as our design temperature heating load point on the graph. But wait!  There’s more.  In the last article, I assumed that zero load happens at 65°F.  In many homes it may well be lower, especially if the home is airtight and well insulated.  In such a home, the load could easily be zero at 55°F.  That means the heat doesn’t come on until the outdoor temperature is 55°F. Here’s what the graph looks like now. By making a house more energy-efficient, the heating load goes down — and so does the heat pump balance point. (Image by Energy Vanguard) The blue line is the capacity of the 1.5 ton heat pump, same as in the first graph, the one in the other article.  But now the orange line is lower, and the two intersect at 17°F now instead of 25°F.  So we’ve dropped the balance point 8 F° by making the home more efficient. This home now has a balance point right at the design temperature.  That means it doesn’t need any supplemental heat. The downside of lowering the balance point Lowering the balance point is great for heating.  If that were the only consideration, we could make the house as efficient as possible and then put in a heat pump big enough to ensure the balance point is below the design temperature.  The problem, however, is that oversizing can have a deleterious effect on cooling, especially in humid climates.  You need equipment sized close to the cooling load to get good dehumidification.  Even in a dry climate, oversizing affects comfort negatively because the system comes on and goes off more frequently (a phenomenon called short-cycling). Normally, when you make the house more efficient and have a lower heating load, as in the last section, you also put in a smaller heating system.  For conventional fixed-capacity equipment, of course, the smallest heat pump you’ll find is 1.5 ton.  So in that example, we’ve already got the smallest heat pump of that type and can’t go smaller.  As a result, the system will short-cycle most of the time. Now the heat pump balance point is demystified a bit more for you, I hope.  Of course, there’s also the issue of what the actual balance point is and what kind of equipment you can use to get a low balance point and not have short-cycling.  But those are topics for another time… because I need to go watch this video of a panda rolling in the snow.   Allison Bailes of Decatur, Georgia, is a speaker, writer, building science consultant, and the author of the Energy Vanguard Blog. You can follow him on Twitter at @EnergyVanguard.last_img read more