Jihad is my spirit I will die to establish Islam. Under the guise of promoting peace and human rights, resolutions to join Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions [BDS] drives are being foisted on Canadian university campuses to push the agenda of the Muslim terrorist group, Hamas, to destroy Israel. Despite drawing a negligible fraction of the student population, the votes are gaining traction. Also concealed in these drives are Israel’s reason for so-called “occupation,” and the fact that Palestinians are treated better in Israel than by their own vicious leadership who sometimes even use their own people as human shields. Toronto’s Ryerson University students reportedly became the 11th student union to vote in support of the anti-Israel BDS campaign, giving “student politicians” the mandate to pressure the university administration to cut ties with all companies that support what the BDS campaign asserts is “Israeli apartheid. They also fail to mention the very real apartheid against non-Muslims that exists in countries such as Saudi Arabia — where there are roads they may not travel on, cities they may not enter and books they may not bring in; or Pakistan, where non-Muslims effectively receive no protection from the law-enforcement agencies. Apparent “discrepancies”, however, prompted an investigation by the university administration, and may yet see the vote thrown out.
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Born and raised in St. Catharines, Trevor earned his Bachelor of Business Administration, majoring in Finance, from Brock University before pursuing his career path. Following a similar path like his father, Frank Cooper, he pursued a career in wealth management in Hamilton, Ontario.
From new Dead Sea Scrolls to the youngest mummy ever found in Egypt, to a 1, year-old stone complex the size of American football fields to the tomb of Jesus, here’s a look at the biggest archaeology stories of Noah’s ark mosaic Photo Credit: In the mosaic , the ark can be seen along with pairs of animals, including lions, bears and leopards. Another panel of the mosaic depicts the story of the parting of the Red Sea, showing ancient Egyptian soldiers, who were surrounded by overturned chariots, being eaten by giant fish.
The coffin, made of cedar wood, was discovered at Giza in and dates back more than 2, years. The fetus inside the coffin was only weeks old after the time of gestation when it was conceived and likely died from a miscarriage. The coffin, which has tiny carvings on it, had been in the museum for over a century, but curators had assumed that it probably held internal organs from someone who was mummified.
Not until CT scans were performed was the occupant of the tiny coffin revealed. Slide 5 of 19 Virtually unwrapped scroll Photo Credit: From Seales et al.
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THE Himalayas get their height from India, and we aren’t talking about genes. About 50 million years ago, the Indian subcontinent collided with Asia, and the two continents continue to converge at a rate of about 5 centimeters every year. The ongoing collision has been violent enough to push up the Himalayas, shove Southeast Asia further and further southeast, and perhaps most impressively, raise the Tibetan Plateau-a landmass as large as two-thirds of the lower 48 states-to an average elevation of 5, meters.
Uplift of the Tibetan Plateau has been linked to intensification of the Asian monsoon and, by virtue of its erosion products, to gradual changes in seawater chemistry over long time periods. The Indo-Asian collision thus provides not only a natural laboratory for studying the mechanical response of Earth to plate tectonic forces but also an opportunity to explore the links between tectonics, climate, and ocean history.
Livermore geophysicists Rick Ryerson, Jerome van der Woerd, Bob Finkel, and Marc Caffee, along with collaborators from the University of California at Los Angeles and from Paris and Beijing, have been studying this terrestrial wrestling match for several years, making the first-ever measurements of long-term movement along large faults in northern Tibet. The Kunlun, Altyn Tagh, and Haiyuan faults are strike-slip faults that allow blocks of Earth’s crust to slide past one another, often with disastrous consequences.
All of these faults have experienced large earthquakes ranging in intensity from 7. The function of the faults is a subject of considerable geophysical controversy. Faults may define major discontinuities in Earth’s lithosphere the outer kilometers of the crust that define the plates in plate tectonics and thus absorb a significant portion of the convergence between India and Asia. Or they may be shallow features that play a secondary role in a more fluid lithosphere. Some research indicates that the Kunlun and Altyn Tagh faults extend to the base of Earth’s lithosphere, suggesting that they indeed define continental plates.
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It seems hard to believe that a tall, hulking block made from huge amounts of material and consuming huge amounts of energy could ever be anything other than bad for our fragile environment. It is a celebrated residential tower which its designers have made to be literally green by covering it with plants. Its green features include rooftop wind turbines, rainwater collection and re-use, dual-layered insulation, energy-saving devices, and combined heating and cooling — giving it a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design LEED platinum rating.
Add in LED lighting, triple glazing, natural ventilation systems and heat harvested from the ground, and you have a block that uses and loses much less heat and energy than is usual.
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Prizes, fame, glory, or some combination thereof… And you get a free t-shirt! What do I need to compete? All you need is a laptop with tools for data analysis there is no limitation on which software you use and enthusiasm for data. What are the rules of the competition? The rules are very simple: No more than five students members per team. Team members can come and go as they please but all work has to be done on-site. Official DataFest consultants grad students, faculty, etc. Do we have to stay the entire time?
You may come and go as you please. The competition will be put on hold between midnight and 8 am both nights, so that everyone can sleep and return refreshed and with new ideas. Where else is DataFest happening? DataFest is growing fast! Anything else I should know about DataFest?
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Statistics find U of O to have fastest growth of users on SeekingArrangement. The Las Vegas-based website acts as a platform for young men or women sugar babies to seek a relationship with older and wealthier men or women sugar daddies and mommies in which the sugar baby will receive financial benefits from his or her partner. The figures are based on the number of users registered on the site using their university email address and show a per-cent increase in registration since According to the statistics, overall student enrolment on the website jumped by almost 50 per cent.
Jennifer Gwynn, public relations manager for the site, explained what a sugar baby is. A lot of our story right now is college students who are joining, because they want some assistance with school. After initial meeting and communication through the site, users are able to foster a relationship on their own terms, including what they are financially expecting and willing to offer.
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The author demonstrates a clear interest in Lejre, the ancient seat of power close to Roskilde on Sealand. Although the Vikings have a popular reputation as being raiders, they were also farmers, traders and explorers, and the craftsmanship seen in this jewelry demonstrates their artistic skills. He can’t say for sure who would have worn it, but it “certainly was a person with connections to the elite milieu of the Viking age.
The waffle gold is in some areas covered with transparent red glass or semiprecious stones and forming an equal-armed cross,” writes Kastholm in the paper. The Danish court is powerless to guard against the beast until the arrival of Beowulf, from the land of the Geats in modern-day Sweden, who kills Grendel and then descends under the sea and defeats the monster’s mother. Several pieces of Viking jewelry, some of which contain gold, have been uncovered at a farm site in Denmark that dates as far back as 1, years.
According to a recent report released by Seeking Arrangement, a popular dating site that pairs young “sugar babies” with wealthier (and often older) “sugar daddies” and “sugar mommas,” a huge number of sugar babies are Ontario university students.
A partner with the firm since , Mr. Specialties include Legal boundary Surveys, construction surveys and layouts for residential, industrial and commercial development; topographic surveys, design of lot grading and drainage plans, boundary survey work for local municipalities and utilities and consulting services associated with severances and minor variances. He has over 36 years of land surveying experience in Ontario and has been a partner with the firm since Ian has extensive experience in managing and completing complex legal surveys, topographic and easement surveys, road retracement surveys, cemetery surveys, project control surveys, severances, subdivisions and construction layout mostly large commercial, retail, apartment and institutional buildings.
Ian has earned a strong reputation for his attention to detail and insistence on consistently providing his clients with high quality surveys. As a planner in Ontario for over 35 years, Nancy has extensive knowledge of the planning process, government policy and regulations. Her specialties include preparation of Planning Impact Studies, Policy formulation for Official Plans, OP amendments and Secondary Plans, subdivision design and applications, zone changes, site plans, minor variances and consents.
She has been qualified as an expert witness at the Ontario Municipal Board. Lise has 20 years of experience in the Engineering and Surveying Field. He specializes in site plans, construction surveys and legal boundary surveys, working directly with our larger clients. His work experience includes obtaining approvals for a variety of land development applications, Zoning By-law Amendments, Consents and Minor Variances as well as preparation of Planning Impact Assessments.
A former partner with the firm since , he continues to provide land consulting services on a limited basis.
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Russell Aquatics has steadily grown over the past decade. In the fall of , Russell Aquatics began offering all-season lessons at the Cochrane indoor location. From as early as I can remember, swimming has always been a huge part of my life. I swam competitively with Markham Aquatic Club for 6 years and then started volunteering teaching special needs children how to swim at the young age of For over a decade now, I have owned and operated Russell Aquatics with my sister, Kristi.
Ariella Lenton-Brym is a graduate student in the Department of Psychology at Ryerson University in Toronto. She is currently conducting research on social anxiety in intimate relationships. For more information about her study, Social Anxiety Study. Dr. Martin M. Antony is a professor in the Department of Psychology at Ryerson University in Toronto.
Room , Valley Life Sciences Building University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, California, USA Coevolution between phytophagous insect antagonists and Carboniferous, Permian, and Triassic seed plant hosts at the level of their respective developmental tool kits with focus on selective forces that drive the logic of transcriptional regulation is proposed in the following essay to explain the origin and evolution of flowering plants and certain Holometabola. I discuss potential coevolution of insect and seed plant helix-turn-helix proteins, specifically Engraled and Leafy enzymes that bind to cis-regulatory promoters controlling downstream expression of genes determining paedomorphic insect body patterns and plant cone and floral organ development.
The picture of the rock slab on the left is of an indeterminate pentamerous fossil rosid flower Celastrales, Rosanae collected by Professor David L. The image was captured in while the author was visiting Indiana University. Biologists have been encouraged to think ” The three essays on the succeeding web pages are written from this research perspective. Were insect and shrub coevolutionary compartments of the late Paleozoic hypoxic icehouse and later hot house, venues of the first angiosperms?
This question among others is explored in this first of three essays on the origin of angiosperms. Certain aspects of coevolution of Mesozoic arthropods and seed plants that have a bearing on the origin and diversity of angiosperms are reviewed by Takhtajan , Raven , Thien et al. Long-branch attraction LBA continues to cloud molecular-phylogenetic studies of seed plants, including angiosperms Lipeng Zeng et al.