2022.01.19 07:00 niuz-bot VIDEO Ciucă: Guvernul va reintroduce şomajul tehnic pentru angajaţii afectaţi de interzicerea unor activităţi în pandemie - [Politica]
Guvernul va aproba acordarea unei indemnizaţii pentru persoanele ale căror contracte de muncă au fost suspendate de către angajator pe perioada stării de alertă impusă de pandemia de COVID-19, a anunţat, miercuri, prim-ministrul Nicolae Ciucă.
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Citeste in continuare: https://www.agerpres.ro/politica/2022/01/19/video-ciuca-guvernul-va-reintroduce-somajul-tehnic-pentru-angajatii-afectati-de-interzicerea-unor-activitati-in-pandemie--849822
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2022.01.19 07:00 Scarrazaar Bad advice, they gave me bad advice.
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2022.01.19 07:00 JonMagnusson Few things are as beautiful as great fingerstyle guitar and folk music. I collected my favorites from Leonard Cohen, Nick Drake, and Simon & Garfunkel with modern indie-folk like Iron & Wine and Bright Eyes and then spiced it up with some lesser-known independent acts - enjoy and thank me later!
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2022.01.19 07:00 Arruz Haunted by this tailless cat, yet still moving the stub!
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2022.01.19 07:00 criiies Should I (F23) reach out to my online friend (M23) who I deleted because he lied to me?
Me and an online friend met on a game almost 2 years ago. We always played together for a few months then he just stopped. I tried bringing it up but he’d just evade the question, make excuses, etc. We started speaking on discord 6 months ago. Despite ignoring me on the game, he texts me daily on dc.
I saw him online on the game today and we haven’t played in a very long time. I msged him to say he’s playing and asked to join. He told me he needs to charge and asked to play later (he’s used “later” before. Normally replies hours later with excuses). Also we were briefly dating at one point. I asked to join him then too. I requested and he ignored it. Found out he was playing duos with a pretty blonde girl instead. He said he’d leave her to join me but didn’t see the issue with him rejecting my request to join them or not inviting me even thought I was online too and we never play.
Anyway he was lying about “charging”. He was in streamer mode so his online status was hidden but I saw his score changing. I confronted him. He just acted confused and didn’t answer the q’s. I msged again and he was online but wouldn’t reply. I got fed up. He’s never been honest about why he stopped playing and hardly plays with me even when I ask. the lying was the final straw that just set me off. I sent him screenshots of his score changing, said he’s a liar and deleted him.
Idk if I overreacted. I just don’t like liars. Should I reach out or wait to see if he contacts me or just delete the app and forget this mess entirely?
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2022.01.19 07:00 Wait_South Tips for absolute rookies?
Finished school last month with no accounting experience, likely starting at a smaller public firm in the next couple weeks. Pay isn’t very good, but I feel as a complete noob that I should be happy just to be getting experience somewhere! Any tips for the transition from academia to professional practice?
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2022.01.19 07:00 ComradeCommissary Vietnam important partner of UK: British legislative leader
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2022.01.19 07:00 CheLeung [Communist] China and [The Republic of China] Taiwan's Newest Disputed Territory: The Internet - The Atlantic
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2022.01.19 07:00 80lv Paul Dave Malla shares a tutorial on how to create hard-surface models in ZBrush.
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2022.01.19 07:00 Sephronar LM144 - Isles of Scilly Link Improvements Motion - Reading
Isles of Scilly Link Improvements Motion
(1) That the current ‘Scillonian III’ ferry link, which connects the mainland of Cornwall to the Isles of Scilly – as well as the cargo ships, the Gry Maritha and the Lyonesse Lady - are currently coming to the end of their lifespan, and need replacing urgently as vessel age leads to:
(a) Increased unreliability for the communities and businesses that rely on passenger and freight services. (b) Higher maintenance and operating costs which cannot be funded through existing passenger fares and freight tariffs (c) Higher fares and tariffs that increase the cost of living on Scilly and have a negative impact on the tourism economy (2) That the dilapidated state of the passenger and cargo ships are costing an estimated £2 million a year to keep operational.
(3) That the link between the mainland of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly is a vital one, particularly for the lives and livelihoods of the residents of the Scilly Isles.
(4) That the Isles of Scilly’s local economy is especially reliant on tourism; with £35m direct spend annually, and the majority of employment on the Isles of Scilly being linked to tourism, the islands cannot survive without an up-to-date, convenient, and appropriate link.
This House calls upon the Government to:
(1) Through an interest-free loan, invest up to £50 million in three new ships:
(a) The Scillonian IV – A passenger vessel to link the Isles of Scilly (St Mary’s) to mainland Cornwall (Penzance). (b) The Gry Maritha II – A cargo vessel to transport goods and services from mainland Cornwall to the Isles of Scilly (St Mary’s). (c) The Lyonesse Lady II – An inter-island launch vessel to transport goods from St Mary’s to the other four Isles of Scilly. (2) Through an interest-free loan, invest up to £10 million on harbour improvements that are proposed for Penzance Harbour, St Mary’s Quay and New Grimsby Quay so that the new vessels can operate safely, efficiently and provide an accessible service for all passengers. And that the provision of an electrical supply is also included to allow hybrid and transition to full electric vessel operation in time.
(3) Request that the Secretary of State for Transport announces draft proposals on the above within 90 days of the passing of this Motion.
It should be a priority to this Parliament to ensure that the existing ageing ships and infrastructure in this Nation are replaced once their lifetime is coming to an end and this is highlighted with us. It is far from an exaggeration to say that the vital ships that link the Isles of Scilly to the mainland of Cornwall are not only a lifeline for this community - bringing in important supplies and products to keep people’s lives moving, but also to keep their tourism industry booming. Scillonian III still carries over 115,000 passengers (53%) per year, but the vessel is now 45 years old and is struggling to be cost-effective.
The Isles of Scilly need major Government investment to futureproof the sea link by funding new ships and harbour upgrades. By introducing a Scillonian IV to this link - a purpose-built ship to meet the future service needs of the Isles of Scilly community, local businesses and visitors for many years to come - we can be certain that the Islands will not only survive, but they will thrive.
I urge my fellow learned colleagues to support this Motion, to urge the Government to announce funding to safeguard this link for present and future generations.
2022.01.19 07:00 tomorrowAB Cryogenic Sleep For Space Travel
| Between five and seven million years ago, the first human ancestors appeared when some apelike animals in the Afar Triangle, East Africa, started walking on two legs. From there, they started expanding and exploring. They moved to other continents, populating what is now Europe, Asia and America. Some of them built boats and sailed tremendous distances to islands they didn’t know existed. Today, knowing (almost) everything about Earth, we are looking at space. More than 50 years ago we set foot on the Moon. Now, our next goal is Mars. After that, we might move on to other planets in our solar system. We may explore further into the Milky Way. Perhaps, we will eventually travel to other galaxies.|
Have you ever looked up at the Moon and wondered how you would see the Earth from there?
Why we (might) need cryogenic sleep A big problem connected to space travel is speed and distance. Since planets are so far away from each other, it may take years, even centuries, to get there. Let’s consider interstellar space travel within our solar system. According to NASA, on average and with the current technologies, it would take us about 7 months to get to Mars, when it's placed at a distance of 480 million km from Earth along its orbit. We would need around 6 years to get to Jupiter and 9.5 years to get to Pluto. If you have ever gotten bored on a long-haul flight, imagine spending years waiting inside a spacecraft.
Imagine now how long it would take if we decided to travel between galaxies. If we wanted to go, for example, to the Andromeda Galaxy, the closest large spiral galaxy. We would need to cover a distance of 2.537 million light years that is about 22.833.000.000 million km. If we compare this number with the seven months needed to land on Mars, we can see that it would take about 28 million years to reach the Andromeda Galaxy. This figure is not exact but it can give us an idea of how much time we would need for intergalactic travels. Since no human can live that long and our consciousness is still perishable (https://tomorrowbiostasis.com/blog/futurism/is-immortality-achievable/), how can we solve this problem?
Many sci-fi movies, such as 001: Space Odyssey, Interstellar or Passengers (https://tomorrowbiostasis.com/blog/resources/movies-about-cryonics-to-watch/), have already shown us one possible option: induced cryogenic sleep, also known as suspended animation - incorrectly! To be exact, “cryogenic sleep” implies very low temperatures, whereas “suspended animation” is usually achieved by a reduction of only a few degrees. However, in the media the terms are usually being used interchangeably.
The Andromeda Galaxy is the most distant thing we can see with the unaided eye - Image credits: Peter Forister
Cryogenic sleep: pros and cons Cryogenic sleep can be seen as a sort of artificially-induced human hibernation. In nature (https://tomorrowbiostasis.com/blog/cryonics/examples-of-biostasis-in-nature/), there are several animals that can reduce their metabolism by reducing the temperature of their bodies. In this state they can go on for months with limited food and water. To give an example, ground squirrels spend 8 month in a hibernation state called torpor, during which their heart rate, metabolism, and body temperature are incredibly low. After these months, their body warms up and they “come back to life” without any damage. While humans can’t naturally decide to hibernate themselves, it might be technically possible. Several researchers are currently studying how to put humans into something similar to cryosleep. From a medical point of view, this could help treat diseases such as heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimer.
But what are the pros of cryogenic sleep for space travel?
- First of all, astronauts would be able to travel for months without noticing it. Mental health is indeed a problem when having to spend so much time locked inside a very small space with other individuals.
- Additionally, they would need way less food and water. By carrying less cargo, the ship would use less fuel.
- The cryosleep chambers could protect astronauts more efficiently from harmful cosmic radiation. While on Earth, its atmosphere and magnetic shield protect us. In space, astronauts are exposed to radiation.
- The chambers could have an artificial Earth-like gravitational force that would keep astronauts’ bodies in shape. In fact, because of the lack of gravity, astronauts have to fight against muscle atrophy or bone degeneration by exercising on average two hours per day. The technology necessary to produce artificial gravity in a space as wide as a spacecraft would be extremely complex and expensive. On the other hand, cryosleep chambers are small in size and studies are underway to make gravity possible inside them.
- Finally, cryosleep (compared to cryopreservation) can be reverted relatively easily, by simply bringing the body back to its normal temperature, without damage to the body.
What are the cons instead?
- The first one is that this technique hasn’t been successfully perfected yet.
- Secondly, hibernation doesn’t completely stop aging. The metabolic reduction achieved through the use of low temperatures slows down the aging process. With advanced technology, aging could be significantly slowed down, maybe even for centuries. Yet, cryosleep alone will unfortunately not allow us to travel to the Andromeda Galaxy.
Cryosleep pods from the movie “Passengers” (2016)
Cryopreservation for space travel
If we want to eventually reach extragalactic planets, cryopreservation may be the solution we are looking for. Cryopreservation is a procedure the body undergoes after legal death that allows it to be preserved for as long as it’s needed through the use of very low temperatures (-196 °C). In fact, through vitrification (https://tomorrowbiostasis.com/blog/cryonics/what-is-vitrification/), all biological processes stop. The astronauts could be preserved even up to 28.000 years, without virtually any change or degradation.
Clearly, it will be necessary to develop the technology necessary for revival before even considering how cryopreservation can be applied to space exploration. In any case, we still have a lot to explore in our own galaxy.
Current cryosleep research Are there actually any researches trying to achieve cryosleep for space travel? The answer is yes. Engineers and scientists at the aerospace company SpaceWork Enterprises are working on a project called Torpor Inducing Transfer Habitat For Human Stasis To Mars for NASA.
The idea is to use a medical practice called Therapeutic Hypothermia (TH) that is commonly applied for traumatic injuries. The metabolic rate is decreased significantly by cooling the body down by only 5 to 7 degrees Celsiaus. In fact, the metabolic rate decreases by 5% to 7% per 1 C decrease in core body temperature.
Astronauts will go through several two-week cycles of suspended animations. During these days, they will receive intravenous feeding and their waste will be removed through catheters.
WorkSpace design for NASA’s Stasis chamber
Conclusion Considering what is already being developed for cryogenic sleep, this technology being used in space flight might not be so far away. Certainly, there are still many problems to be solved. Space travel presents many difficulties. For some of them, we still haven't found a solution. But if we look back to the past, even sailing presented a number of difficulties when the technology available to us was still in its infancy.
At Tomorrow, we are excited to have a chance to witness the future developments of aerospace technology. Revival technology would allow us to save lives and give our members a chance to live an extended life. Who knows if cryopreservation will really be used for intergalactic travel in the future!
Original article: https://tomorrowbiostasis.com/blog/futurism/cryogenic-sleep-for-space-travel/
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2022.01.19 07:00 msmoley Brittany Higgins criticises ditched two-week consultation for women’s safety plan in Australia
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2022.01.19 07:00 VisualSuspect Phil Spencer: «Δεν είναι πρόθεσή μας να απομακρύνουμε τις κοινότητες από το PlayStation»
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2022.01.19 07:00 KarlYonedaStan B1311 - Human Fertilisation and Embryology (Statutory Storage Limit) Bill - Final Results
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