Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade MONEY 1 Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move What is the team news?Olivier Giroud is pushing for a place in the starting XI following his injury.The 32-year-old has been suffering from muscle fatigue and did not feature in the 3-1 win over Crystal Palace.Sarri has no new injury or suspension concerns. Chelsea hope to continue their unbeaten Europa League run as they travel to Belarus on Thursday.The visitors have won all three of their opening games, including a 3-1 win over today’s hosts. Maurizio Sarri’s side sit top of Group L but face a BATE Borisov side who have not won since their opening game against MOL Vidi.What time is kick-off?This game takes place on Thursday, November 8.It will be held at the Borisov Arena.Kick-off is at 5.55pm.How can I listen on the talkSPORT?You can hear live commentary of this game on talkSPORT2 from 7.30pm.To listen to our sister station, tune in on your DAB radio, our mobile app or by using the web player. REVEALED FOOTBALL LATEST AFP or licensors Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade BEST OF Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Maurizio Sarri’s side have won all their games in the Europa League so far ADVICE Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? REVEALED RANKED
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A spooky Halloween thought: there are still witch doctors in the world today. If they were harmless spooks, they could be dismissed as kooks, but they can have a devastating impact on the ecology as well as the souls of men. National Geographic had a disturbing story this month about the witch doctors of Uganda, who are driving the beautiful gray-crowned cranes of the country extinct, because of superstitious beliefs. These birds with golden headdresses, also known as crested cranes, are among the most beautiful in Africa. They are popular and beloved icons for most people in the region.In the past decade, though, the crane population in Uganda has fallen from 50,000 to 20,000, primarily due to witch doctors—also known as traditional healers—who use the animals in folk medicine and poachers who take the birds from their natural habitat…. The healers crush the eggs with herbs to sell as a “love potion.” Feathers, claws, and beaks of the cranes are also used in drinks and as decorations for promoting monogamy and affection. The crane is also perceived as a good omen that can cast away evil spirits from children.Because the cranes mate for life, village people think that by consuming the birds’ eggs and feathers, they too will have better relationships. A team of researchers found 40 dead cranes in the shrines of witch doctors. Because the birds are treated cruelly in capture and transport, poachers often have to catch 4 or 5 for every one that actually makes it to the black market. For a study in contrasts, when the good-guy/bad-guy roles are reversed, consider what is happening in schools and universities across America. The website for the upcoming movie Expelled (see 08/22/2007 and 10/25/2007) is holding a contest for true stories from students, professors and scientists who have been ostracized, fired, denied tenure, or otherwise expelled simply for doubting the reigning paradigm of Darwinian evolution. In just a few days, the site at Expelled has collected 16 stories. These include teachers and senior research scientists with impressive academic research records. The movie itself will detail many of the notable cases. It is expected that many will refrain from telling their stories, though, for fear of retribution.If you are appalled at both cases, good. You have not bought into the white science vs. black religion dichotomy, which has been roundly debunked by most historians of science, such as Lawrence M. Principe (Johns Hopkins; see Teaching Company lecture series). It means you are wise to the either-or fallacy. It also means that you assume Judeo-Christian morality as a precondition of judging right from wrong. Clearly there is plenty of good and bad in both science and religion. If we can judge between good and bad science, as does James Randi, the skeptics societies and the Ig Nobel Prize judges, we should also be able to judge good and bad religion. If it is wrong to judge science based on bad examples, it is wrong to judge all religion because of witch doctors who drive beautiful birds extinct based on foolish superstitions. A little more reflection will reveal that science and religion are not watertight compartments but have many aspects that overlap and reinforce one another. If you are an evolutionist, or an atheist, on what basis could you claim that what the witch doctors are doing is bad? According to Darwinism, primitive peoples and their religious sensations evolved, as did their prey, the cranes. If the cranes are wiped out by the humans, too bad. The humans are obviously the fittest. Evolutionists should actually praise the selfishness of the native people who are trying to improve their reproductive fitness, because selfishness is the ultimate good in Darwinland. Darwinists believe that even altruism is a byproduct of selfishness. Decrying the birds’ fate only makes sense if humans have souls, who have an innate sense of true moral categories that should make us care about such things. On a scatter plot of case studies in science and religion, we should expect to find clusters of good religion and good science, bad religion and bad science, good religion and bad science, and good science and bad religion. We can make these judgments only if we presuppose a righteous Creator. Because Christians and Jews believe in a holy, personal God who called all things He made good, and created man in His image, they alone have a foundation for making sound moral judgments based on God’s holy standard. So, Darwin Dogmatists, ease up on your fellow academics who disagree with the reigning paradigm, and hear them out. Stop judging them until you can define and defend your moral categories, and consistently judge your own actions and beliefs accordingly (including the integrity of science). This means you will have to acknowledge Judeo-Christian moral standards at the outset. If not, please explain where your moral categories come from, and why anyone else should feel the way you do. Then, let the good scientists and good Jews and Christians join the fight to save the endangered creatures God has put under our stewardship. Suggested method: win the Ugandans to Christianity, so that they have a basis for sound moral judgment and appreciation for creation. Then educate them in science and ecology so they will know how best to care for their fellow created things. Educate them in logic and Bible doctrine so that they will not fall for superstitious myths (II Timothy 2:23-25, Ephesians 4:14-15). This will heal a fallen society from within so that the population will have an internal motivation to do good, without the need for police and government regulations. Halloween is also Reformation Day. The Protestant Reformation was not just a theological quibble over doctrine. It was a call to freedom of conscience for each individual to respond to his or her Creator in faith, love and reason – to have personal access to the Word of God in their own language. Many historians have attributed the rise of science, political liberty, the end of tyranny and slavery, and a plethora of new social institutions based on personal responsibility to that fateful day on October 31, 1517, when Martin Luther, in a one-man crusade of righteous indignation at a moral evil he witnessed (his people enslaved by a foolish superstition), nailed his 95 Theses to the church door in Wittenburg. The story is complex, and Luther was far from a perfect man; he also was indebted to brave predecessors such as Jon Hus and John Wycliffe. Luther’s crusade bore good fruit because he studied God’s word intently, using his God-given reason, instead of acquiescing to the doctrines of mere men, and had the courage and opportunity to open this door of freedom to others. One of his passions was to get the Word of God into the common language so that individuals could study it for themselves. Western civilization has benefited immensely since. (For a summary of the benefits, see this Reformation Society article). The ending of the movie Martin Luther says, “Luther’s influence extended into economics, politics, education and music, and his translation of the Bible became a foundation stone of the German language. Today over 540 million people worship in churches inspired by his Reformation.” Is this not morally superior to the Halloween haunts of witch doctors who enslave poor people in dark superstitions? Let’s give the captive people of tribal villages the same opportunity. Jesus Christ can turn the heart of darkness to everlasting light (I John 1). When that light illuminates both science and religion, the fusion of good religion and good science is a recipe for whooping cranes and joyful people.Exercise: List leaders in various fields who were products of the Reformation, along with the benefits they brought to humanity. Examples: J.S. Bach and G.F. Handel (music), William Wilberforce (human rights), Johannes Kepler (astronomy), John Milton (literature), Adam Smith (free market economics), John Adams (political liberty). Suggested reference: How Christianity Changed the World by Alvin J. Schmidt.(Visited 25 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Zac Ortman, 17, Perry Co., was the first place Outstanding Market Poultry Exhibitor. Drew Black, Fayette Co., 12, was second and Hayden Johnson, Jefferson Co., 14, was third. The other Poultry Outstanding Market Exhibitors were: Kyla Conley, Wyandot Co., 9; Johnathan Woodward, Coshocton Co., 11; Zane Ortman, Perry Co., 13; Thomas Mozena, Muskingum Co., 15; Deloris Corcoran, Ross Co., 16; and Aryn Copeland, Crawford Co., 18. Sarah Young, 16, Highland Co., was the first place Outstanding Market Lamb Exhibitor. Ian Johnson, Union Co., 14, was second and Taylor Muhlenkamp, Mercer Co., 17 was third. The other Lamb Outstanding Market Exhibitors were: Jada Shroyer, Logan Co., 9; Olivia Seaburn, Clark Co., 10; Morgan Evans, Union Co., 11; Bailee Amstutz, Union Co., 12; Hanna Delong, Champaign Co., 13; Tiffany Sunday, 15, Pickaway Co., 15; and Dalton Huhn, Guernsey Co., 18. Isaac Beal, 12, from Miami County was the first place Outstanding Market Goat Exhibitor. Nate Violet, Clark Co., 16, was second and Tate Coriell, Scioto Co., 18 was third. The other Goat Outstanding Market Exhibitors were: William Dearing, Muskingum Co., 9; Wyatt Borer, Fulton Co., 10; Jacob Roeth, Miami Co., 11; Emma Sutherly, Miami Co., 13; Brooks Barber, Franklin Co., 14; Tiffany Sunday, Pickaway Co., 15; and Taylor Muhlenkamp, Mercer Co., 17. Allison Davis, 15, Carroll Co., was the first place Outstanding Market Beef Exhibitor. Sydney Sanders, Highland Co., 11, was second and Carly Sanders, Highland Co., 9, was third. The other Beef Outstanding Market Exhibitors were: Hayden Smith, Holmes Co., 10; Montana Hulsmeyer, Allen Co., 12; Luke Brinksneader, Darke Co., 13; Alex Linder, Huron Co., 14; Lori Millenbaugh, Crawford Co., 16; Morgan Mazey, Wood Co., 17; and Kady Davis, Carroll Co., 18. Madelyn Harrison, 15, Butler Co., was the first place Outstanding Market Barrow Exhibitor. Kelsey Vollrath, Clark Co., 12, was second and Jenna Siegel, Marion Co., 16, was third. The other Barrow Outstanding Market Exhibitors were: Blake Vollrath, Clark Co., 9; Seth Fearon, Darke Co., 10; Devon Snyder, Clinton Co., 11; Gracee Beth Stewart, Clinton Co., 13; Mallory Liles, Auglaize Co., 14; Micah Smock, Shelby Co., 17; and Lea Kimley, Clark Co., 18.
Related Posts It seems like every day lately, router manufacturers are coming up with some new buzzword or marketing term to sell you on why their networking appliance is better than the rest, without actually having the real performance to back it up. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Gadget Review to extensively test and review the best wireless routers on shelves today, in order to give you a detailed breakdown of everything you need to know about the best wireless routers of 2017.How we choose and why you should buysTo create this year’s roundup of the best routers on the market, we’ve run dozens of newer and some not-so-new models through the ringer to find the best of the best. Using a 1GB symmetrical fiber optic line, we pushed our top picks to the absolute limits of what routers could do, testing on a variety of devices including desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets. See also: Are prices driving away smart home tech consumers?To make this list, the routers we tested needed to have a minimum wireless bandwidth rating of 1900AC, have at least four ethernet ports on the back, one USB port for media server options, and be able to transmit on both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz spectrum. All the routers here hit the spec of transmitting at 250Mbps or more on 5GHz, and were able to maintain a rate of 300Mbps over a hard-wired connection. Features like software and configuration options were also thoroughly tested, in order to find the best mix of performance, reliability, and price in the best wireless routers of 2017.Our best wireless routers for 2017, compared#1 Pick: Linksys WRT3200ACM Smart Wi-Fi Router – Editor’s Choice/Best Home RouterThe Linksys WRT3200ACM may look old-school on the outside, but it’s all future tech under the hoodPrice: $249.99The Linksys WRT3200ACM may look on the outside like it’s a blast from the past, but after running it through the ringer on everything from downloads to streaming, we can tell you this router might as well be straight out of five years from the future. The WRT3200ACM comes equipped with the latest in bleeding-edge features like MU-MIMO beamforming capabilities and the option to create a mesh network with Linksys’ USB dongle architecture. It also runs all of this on top of Linksys’ revolutionary Smart WiFi dashboard system, which makes it easier than ever to customize and control how your router handles traffic from family members or guests on the fly. If you’re looking for the total package when it comes to performance and power, the Linksys WRT3200ACM is undoubtedly the best wireless router for 2017. #2 Pick: TP-Link Archer C9 AC1900 Wireless AC Gigabit Router – Best Budget Wireless RouterTP-Link Archer C9 wireless router is budget speed at its bestPrice: $119.95As great as the Linksys WRT3200ACM is, though, not everyone out there has a spare $250 laying around to spend on a single router. Enter the TP-Link Archer C9, a smaller, unassuming router that still manages to pump out performance that’s on-par with routers two to three times the cost. In our testing on a fiber line, the Archer C9 was able to push nearly 300Mbps of download speed and almost half a gigabit of upload from 30ft away. If you live in a larger house you may notice a few issues with signal reliability over longer distances, but otherwise the TP-Link Archer C9 is the perfect pick for apartment dwellers or small homeowners who need serious performance on a budget.#3 Pick: Netgear Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Tri-Band WiFi Router – Best Wireless AC RouterNetgear Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Tri-Band WiFi Router does it all and then somePrice: $255Last up on this year’s list we have the Netgear Nighthawk X6, a powerful, imposing-looking router with a rich feature set for the ultra-geek in all of us. As far as customization and configuration goes the X6 is simply unmatched in its category, thanks to the help of Netgear’s newly refreshed online dashboard. Its six high-powered antennas ensure coverage throughout every corner of homes large and small, and although it has a bigger footprint than most, this is the kind of kit you buy if you want your house guests to know you take your home networking more seriously than most. And which wireless router of 2017 is right for you?So, which one is the best wireless router for 2017?They all are, or could be. The best part about routers is that in this category, there’s something that’s just right for everyone. If you want a router that’s got an extensive number of available features like parental controls and QoS management, the Linksys WRT3200ACM is the one for the job. If you don’t have a spare arm and a leg to spend on a router but still want speed, the TP-Link Archer C9 is the perfect budget pick, while beasts like the Netgear Nighthawk X6 are all about range, performance, and reliability in one complete (and very scary-looking) package.No matter what you’re looking for, there’s a best wireless router in 2017 for you! Follow the Puck Internet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal You… Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Christen Costa Tags:#Internet of Things#IoT#linksys#netgear#TP-link#wireless routers Small Business Cybersecurity Threats and How to…
TFA can be found on both Facebook and Twitter, as additional ways of keeping informed with all of the latest news about Touch Football from around Australia. To ‘like’ or ‘follow’ Touch Football Australia, please click on the following links: www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/pages/Touch-Football-Australia/384949403384 www.twitter.com/touchfootyaus TFA recently started distributing a fortnightly electronic newsletter to keep all members informed of the latest news and information from around Australia.To sign up to this newsletter, please click on the link below: http://send.sportingpulse.com/public/c3bdwc1111/Bpd/subscribe TFA also has a YouTube Channel, with plenty of videos to choose from, including highlights from the 2011 World Cup, the 2011 X-Blades Elite Eight and National Touch League, as well as the 2011 X-Blades National Youth Championships. Please click on the following link to view: www.youtube.com/touchfootballaus
Approximately 8,000 people will travel to Geelong over the next week to take part in the 14th Australian Masters Games. Touch Football is one of 40 sports on offer at the event, with the Touch Football component of the event being held from Sunday, 6 October through to Wednesday, 9 October. The Touch Football competition will see two divisions compete – Men’s and Mixed – at King Lloyd Reserve in Geelong. To keep up-to-date with all of the latest news and results from the Australian Masters Games, please click on the link below:www.australianmastersgames.com.au. Related LinksAustralian Masters Games
ADC will hold its first Installation Reuse Forum in October to discuss redevelopment issues affecting both active and closed installations.Much of the three-day event, scheduled for Oct. 17-19 in Atlanta, will focus on topics common to both active and closed bases — primarily, how to return excess property and infrastructure to productive use. Communities and developers tasked with converting closed bases to residential, commercial and other uses face a unique economic development challenge — how to rejuvenate property burdened with antiquated infrastructure and contamination.The challenge is similar for communities with active installations where services are struggling to manage the increasing volume of vacant facilities, leaving base commanders with the task of finding new uses for those properties or spending scarce resources to maintain them.Addressing these issues will require innovative ideas that can drive new partnerships among installations, communities and developers. The Forum will focus on the variety of tools the development community can rely on as it works with the military to eliminate excess property at active installations and closed bases.The Installation Reuse Forum replaces the Base Redevelopment Forum, which ADC held for the past three years. Look for details on the program, hotel and registration when the Installation Reuse Forum website is launched next week. Dan Cohen AUTHOR