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for every night musical concerts are being announced, the Advocate General and Director of Mines and Geology would also be called, will get his own ongoing comic book series next year.Washington/Palm Beach: US Secretary of State nominee and CIA Director Mike Pompeo made a secret visit to North Korea over the Easter weekend and met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un” Pompeo’s trip made him the most senior US official to visit North Korea since then-intelligence chief James Clapper in 2014.S. This was disclosed on Tuesday by the former Minister, Matthew’s ashes will be interred at Washington National Cathedral on Oct. the state Constitution immediately elevated Fischbach to the job.Police called in a SWAT team and a crisis negotiation team to respond to the incident.m. police used gas to try to get the man out of the apartmentThe SWAT team eventually entered the apartment and found the man deceased Like the proverbial hunter that became hunted an armed robbery suspect has told how he narrowly escaped death in the hands of his victim A four-armed robbery gang had invaded the premises of a powerful politician in Lagos The incident got to the attention of the state Commissioner of Police Umar Manko who swiftly ordered the officer in charge of the State Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) Abba Keyari to fish out the hoodlums The efforts of the police paid off as they arrested the suspects One of the suspects in an interview with Crimewatch denied using gun to attack the politician He said: “Really we attacked the man but the man was too strong to defeat We used pliers to break the kitchen window protector and gained entry We started packing his laptop phones and other things” “As we were packing his things the man woke up and grabbed me He was too strong for me to handle so he started beating me He did not stop at hitting me he also bit me His teeth were shaper than knife He was biting me like a wounded lion In fact that man is a lion He is too powerful As he was hitting and biting me I was shouting for help but my colleagues abandoned me “How I managed to escape I cannot tell I was half dead When I left the house If the man had beaten me more than he did I would have died He is too strong so that is why I am saying no to the claim by the police that we were armed if we had a gun we would have fired him rather we escaped from him” Showing some wounds on his body he said “look at my body all the injuries were from the man He even injured me on my joystick He beat me black and blue” On who owned the locally made pistol the police claimed they recovered from him he said: “I am not saying that I don’t have a gun at home I have but I don’t use it for robbery I only use it to protect myself at home For that robbery I swear to my ancestors we did not use gun that day” His suspected accomplice Sheidu Busari who the police named as the leader of the gang corroborated Jimo’s story “we did not use gun that day but my friend Jimo has a gun but we did not go with it that fateful day We only used big pliers to break through the window We gained entry but when the man grabbed Jimo and he was shouting like a baby I thought the man has stabbed him or had charmed him so I took to my heels I did not know it was ordinary biting that was scaring Jimo Jimo (Jamio) used to be strong that was why I was confused and scared when he was crying like a baby” Busari who was just released from the prisons for the same armed robbery said “I was only sent to prison for buying a stolen phone but my elder brother later bought my freedom with N200000” On why he went back to crime he said “don’t you know that Christmas is fast approaching I need money for Christmas so when we got information that the man we attacked was wealthy I had no alternative than to go for the robbery” He regretted that the operation was not all that successful “I swear the robbery was a bad one We did not make money yet it brought another trouble to me See now I will be spending the Christmas in the prison” Lagos State police spokesperson Ngozi Braide said one locally-made pistol with six rounds of live cartridges one HP Laptop and one Nokia 200 were recovered from the suspects Source: Daily Sun Watch these microbes hunt their prey with microscopic ‘Gatling guns’ By Patrick MonahanMar 31 2017 2:00 PM Biologists sometimes use the phrase “arms race” to describe an evolutionary tug-of-war but it’s rarely this literal Microbes called dinoflagellates (above) have developed intricate weapons—including a microscopic version of a Gatling gun—to harpoon their dinners a new study shows Scientists have known about these harpoons for decades and some have guessed that the weapons stem from the same source as the ones wielded by jellyfish and other cnidarians An analysis of the genes and proteins involved with weapon construction however shows that dinoflagellates and cnidarians use different proteins to manufacture their weapons—meaning they arrived at similar solutions through separate evolutionary paths researchers report today in Science Advances In fact 3D scans of dinoflagellate harpoons reveal a level of complexity that far outstrips that jellyfish and their relatives In one dinoflagellate species (Polykrikos lebouriae) a pointed projectile rips a hole through the weapon’s capsule on its way out and a tether keeps the harpooned prey close Another (Nematodinium) sports a harpoon arranged like a Gatling gun that can shoot up to 15 projectiles That’s the first example of a multibarreled weapon in nature an incredibly complex hunting tool for such a tiny organism As their prey evolved better defenses dinoflagellates seem to have responded by simply packing more and more firepowerThe tragic opera Rigoletto may move you to tears but here’s a more literal application of the moving power of sound Sound waves with frequencies just above human hearing can levitate tiny particles and liquid droplets and even move them around a team of engineers has demonstrated The advance could open up new ways to handle delicate materials or mix pharmaceuticals Researchers have already developed several levitation methods For example electrostatic or magnetic fields can exert a concentrated force on an object to counteract gravity But these fields work only on metallic substances or materials with magnetic properties Sound waves don’t discriminate however and physicists worked out the basic principle of "acoustic levitation" nearly a century ago A vibrating plate generates a sound wave that bounces against another surface to create a stable standing wave The points of lower pressure in this static pattern can trap a particle Scientists have learned how to hold increasingly heavy particles including superdense iridium and even liquid droplets in this acoustic sweet spot But until now that was pretty much the extent of the trick says mechanical engineer Dimos Poulikakos of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich "It’s like we had a car which we made fancier and fancier but it stayed parked We were never able to drive" Moving a liquid with sound is a delicate balancing act he says As you vary the acoustic force to push the droplet around you run the risk of shattering it with too much pressure Poulikakos’s team spent 4 years trying to budge their floating droplets from a standstill Finally they conceived of a chessboard-style setup with multiple vibrating plates each generating its own sound frequency By varying the frequency that each plate emits they can move the acoustic field and the object trapped inside Their new design described online today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences can precisely control the lateral movement of liquid droplets while keeping them floating smoothly in midair It can also move them toward one another When two droplets are forced into the same place they may coalesce into a single droplet or react dramatically The violent union of sodium and water for example is the type of reaction best observed and controlled from a distance Poulikakos says In the new research the team merges liquids with solids dissolving coffee in a water droplet and also uses the setup to lift and spin a toothpick Previously no one had been able to control objects larger than a few millimeters in diameter says physicist Chris Benmore of Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont Illinois who was not involved in the work The technique is limited to objects about three times the density of water but the team is now working to push its limits By changing the shape of the reflecting surface to create a stronger acoustic force they expect to move denser materials such as steel "What they’ve done is pretty impressive" says Benmore who develops acoustic levitation methods to modify liquids for pharmaceuticals Controlled sideways movement requires painstaking coordination of the acoustic fields above each plate "I don’t know that anyone’s ever tried to do that before" he says If scaled up the process might enable "contactless" drug assembly: Chemical components could be combined and then moved out of the way without risk of contamination from hard surfaces The team reports that their technique could also be used to introduce DNA in solution into cells in a pristine environment or to handle corrosive chemicals that would damage their containers *Correction 16 July 2:05 pm: This article has been corrected It previously stated that water droplets could not be lifted with magnetic or electrostatic forces However magnetic levitation has been used to lift water droplets in previous research The example was removed in the corrected version

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