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Don’t forget to follow us on Google News to stay informed

What is “Ted Lasso” about

The series follows Ted Lasso (Jason Sudeikis), a middle-aged man who is hired to be a manager at a London soccer club, the AFC Richmond. It seems nonsense to bring him in, since he specializes in American football; but it is all due to a plan by the owner of the team, Rebecca Welton (Hannah Waddingham), who seeks to sink the club’s reputation as revenge against her ex-husband, the unfaithful Rupert Mannion (Anthony Head).

Don’t forget to follow us on google news to stay informed

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“Ted Lasso” It has its origins in a sketch that the US channel NBC launched in 2013 to promote its Premiere League broadcasts; a tactic with which they sought more public for a sport that is not popular in the North American country. The character became popular, with more than 15 million views on YouTube. Years later the idea of ​​reviving the format arose, but with changes. The most obvious: make Ted Lasso be less rude, but more empathetic.

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Jason Sudeikis was nominated at the Emmy Awards for Outstanding Comedy Actor

Jason Sudeikis who is also known for being part of the Saturday Night Live program, a renowned American late show, reflects in a certain way the character he plays in his real life. Being the cover of the American magazine GQ the article titled “A year of hell for Jason Sudeikis”, He explores in depth the actor who has been making people talk, and affirms his similarity to the fictional character he plays.

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Jason Sudeikis was nominated at the Emmy Awards for Outstanding Comedy Actor.

And this is another way Sudeikis and Ted Lasso They are the same, because both are always learning and relearning this lesson, which is: Be curious. They are both philosophical men whose philosophies basically boil down to trying to live as decent a life as possible. “

Perhaps these similarities between the two would define why Jason Sudeikis so well interprets the role of Lasso, so much so that it earned him the nomination for best comedy actor in the Emmy Awards 2021.

When the second season of “Ted Lasso” premieres

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The second season of “Ted Lasso” July 23 arrives for Apple TV+, at the rate of one chapter per week.

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Don’t forget to follow us on Google News to stay informed

What is “Ted Lasso” about

The series follows Ted Lasso (Jason Sudeikis), a middle-aged man who is hired to be a manager at a London soccer club, the AFC Richmond. It seems nonsense to bring him in, since he specializes in American football; but it is all due to a plan by the owner of the team, Rebecca Welton (Hannah Waddingham), who seeks to sink the club’s reputation as revenge against her ex-husband, the unfaithful Rupert Mannion (Anthony Head).

Don’t forget to follow us on google news to stay informed

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“Ted Lasso” It has its origins in a sketch that the US channel NBC launched in 2013 to promote its Premiere League broadcasts; a tactic with which they sought more public for a sport that is not popular in the North American country. The character became popular, with more than 15 million views on YouTube. Years later the idea of ​​reviving the format arose, but with changes. The most obvious: make Ted Lasso be less rude, but more empathetic.

Read more ►Pablo Escobar: the pattern of evil returned to television

Jason Sudeikis was nominated at the Emmy Awards for Outstanding Comedy Actor

Jason Sudeikis who is also known for being part of the Saturday Night Live program, a renowned American late show, reflects in a certain way the character he plays in his real life. Being the cover of the American magazine GQ the article titled “A year of hell for Jason Sudeikis”, He explores in depth the actor who has been making people talk, and affirms his similarity to the fictional character he plays.

image.png

Jason Sudeikis was nominated at the Emmy Awards for Outstanding Comedy Actor.

And this is another way Sudeikis and Ted Lasso They are the same, because both are always learning and relearning this lesson, which is: Be curious. They are both philosophical men whose philosophies basically boil down to trying to live as decent a life as possible. “

Perhaps these similarities between the two would define why Jason Sudeikis so well interprets the role of Lasso, so much so that it earned him the nomination for best comedy actor in the Emmy Awards 2021.

When the second season of “Ted Lasso” premieres

Embed

The second season of “Ted Lasso” July 23 arrives for Apple TV+, at the rate of one chapter per week.

Read more ►Deadpool arrives in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the most unexpected way

You may also like

Florence Rosa, Altamirano husband Y Esteban Jourdán they tell you chilling stories about cursed movies

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1627399271) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(116) "iRocket Signs Space Act Agreement With NASA To Start Building Autonomous, Reusable Rockets For Smallsats – SatNews" ["link"]=> string(153) "https://bbc-edition.com/space/2021/07/27/irocket-signs-space-act-agreement-with-nasa-to-start-building-autonomous-reusable-rockets-for-smallsats-satnews/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Hall" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 27 Jul 2021 15:17:01 +0000" ["category"]=> string(92) "SpaceactAgreementautonomousbuildingiRocketNASAreusableRocketsSatNewsSignsSmallsatsspacestart" ["guid"]=> string(153) "https://bbc-edition.com/space/2021/07/27/irocket-signs-space-act-agreement-with-nasa-to-start-building-autonomous-reusable-rockets-for-smallsats-satnews/" ["description"]=> string(89) "On July 27, 2021, iRocket announced that the company signed a Space Act Agreement with..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3846) "

On July 27, 2021, iRocket announced that the company signed a Space Act Agreement with NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

iRocket is a New York startup building autonomous reusable rockets to cargo smallsat constellations to LEO via the company’s Shockwave launch vehicle. iRocket develops cost-effective launch vehicles that can support 300 and 1500 kg payloads for satellite constellation providers for national security satellites, 5G internet constellations, the Internet of Things (IoT), biotech research, and space exploration.

An artist rendition of iRocket’s Shockwave V Vehicle launching to orbit.

Under this agreement, NASA will help to accelerate iRocket’s next-gen reusable engine development by providing testing and engineering support of up to $50 million over five years. iRocket will significantly reduce launch costs against competitors, such as SpaceX, and rapidly deploy smallsats to LEO orbit with the first launch planned for 2023.

iRocket recently graduated from the NYU Endless Frontiers Lab 2020-2021 Deep Tech cohort and is scheduled to close its next funding round on August 13th, 2021.

iRocket is currently supporting the U.S. Space Force (USSF) and Space & Missile Systems Center (SMC) on a Phase II rapid prototype development contract for the firm’s reusable launch vehicles, with plans to scale up to Shockwave V to deliver cargo anywhere around the world in under an hour, fully supporting logistics carriers, national security cargoes and humanitarian missions. Space Force’s first Rocket Cargo project studies possibilities of rapid launches and delivery of material and even personnel across the globe.

Blue Origin’s reusable New Shepard launch vehicle recently successfully performed its first crewed mission on July 20, another reusability milestone in the space industry. New Shepard demonstrated that more and more companies are starting to realize the significance of reusability in this industry.

iRocket’s Shockwave will be a fully autonomous launch vehicle and the only fully reusable small launcher in the market. The rocket will consist of two stages to orbit, the first and second stage landing back on the launch site. iRocket will prove inland launch capabilities to the Department of Defense and be mission capable of launching within 24 hrs. The company plans to launch all rockets from Launch Complex 48 at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.

We are excited about this new partnership with NASA Marshall Space Flight Center as iRocket’s innovative reusable engine technology has been under development since 2018 and will be ready for testing in late September,” says iRocket CEO, Asad Malik.

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On July 27, 2021, iRocket announced that the company signed a Space Act Agreement with NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

iRocket is a New York startup building autonomous reusable rockets to cargo smallsat constellations to LEO via the company’s Shockwave launch vehicle. iRocket develops cost-effective launch vehicles that can support 300 and 1500 kg payloads for satellite constellation providers for national security satellites, 5G internet constellations, the Internet of Things (IoT), biotech research, and space exploration.

An artist rendition of iRocket’s Shockwave V Vehicle launching to orbit.

Under this agreement, NASA will help to accelerate iRocket’s next-gen reusable engine development by providing testing and engineering support of up to $50 million over five years. iRocket will significantly reduce launch costs against competitors, such as SpaceX, and rapidly deploy smallsats to LEO orbit with the first launch planned for 2023.

iRocket recently graduated from the NYU Endless Frontiers Lab 2020-2021 Deep Tech cohort and is scheduled to close its next funding round on August 13th, 2021.

iRocket is currently supporting the U.S. Space Force (USSF) and Space & Missile Systems Center (SMC) on a Phase II rapid prototype development contract for the firm’s reusable launch vehicles, with plans to scale up to Shockwave V to deliver cargo anywhere around the world in under an hour, fully supporting logistics carriers, national security cargoes and humanitarian missions. Space Force’s first Rocket Cargo project studies possibilities of rapid launches and delivery of material and even personnel across the globe.

Blue Origin’s reusable New Shepard launch vehicle recently successfully performed its first crewed mission on July 20, another reusability milestone in the space industry. New Shepard demonstrated that more and more companies are starting to realize the significance of reusability in this industry.

iRocket’s Shockwave will be a fully autonomous launch vehicle and the only fully reusable small launcher in the market. The rocket will consist of two stages to orbit, the first and second stage landing back on the launch site. iRocket will prove inland launch capabilities to the Department of Defense and be mission capable of launching within 24 hrs. The company plans to launch all rockets from Launch Complex 48 at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.

We are excited about this new partnership with NASA Marshall Space Flight Center as iRocket’s innovative reusable engine technology has been under development since 2018 and will be ready for testing in late September,” says iRocket CEO, Asad Malik.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1627399021) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(75) "The Who will release a “Super Deluxe” edition of ‘The Who Sell Out’" ["link"]=> string(105) "https://bbc-edition.com/music/2021/07/27/the-who-will-release-a-super-deluxe-edition-of-the-who-sell-out/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Hall" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 27 Jul 2021 15:15:57 +0000" ["category"]=> string(35) "MusicDeluxeéditionReleasesellSuper" ["guid"]=> string(105) "https://bbc-edition.com/music/2021/07/27/the-who-will-release-a-super-deluxe-edition-of-the-who-sell-out/" ["description"]=> string(101) "The Who’s classic 1967 album will feature an incredible collectible box set edition of different..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4636) "

The Who’s classic 1967 album will feature an incredible collectible box set edition of different versions and exclusive bonuses.

The Who prepares a giant release for the reissue of their classic 1967 album, The Who Sell Out. This reissue will have a surprising 7 discs, and 112 tracks in total, with bonuses and unreleased releases.

Originally, The Who’s third album was planned by Pete Townshend and the band’s managers (Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp) as a loose concept album with jingles and commercials in between songs. This approach was partly due to the label demanding a new album and the guitarist felt he didn’t have enough songs.

Finally advertising on the album, the band opted for write your own jingles, winking at pirate radio stations of the time and an increasingly consumerist society.

On April 123, a new Super Deluxe edition of The Who Sell Out what includes five CDs and two seven-inch singles and has 112 tracks, 46 of which have never been released. This is what the discs contain:

  • CD 1: Original Mono Mix, Mono Ace & B and Unreleased Mono Mixes
  • CD 2: original stereo mix and extra stereo tracks
  • CD 3: studio shots, versions ‘fly-on-the-wall‘of the first takes of the songs from the album sessions,’ studio conversations’, etc.
  • CD 4: ‘The Road to Tommy’ will contain stereo mixes of the studio tracks recorded in 1968, some unreleased, plus mono mixes of 1968 As and Bs (all tracks remixed from original 4-track and 8-track session tapes in the vault of The Quien)
  • CD 5: 14 of Pete Townshend’s original demos, unreleased and exclusive to this set

One of the singles vinyl is a reproduction of Track Records UK with an early mono mix of ‘I Can See For Miles‘(with a single vocal track). With ‘Someone’s Coming’ on side B. The other is a reproduction of ‘Magic Bus» Decca USA with side B with ‘Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde‘.

In addition, the ‘The Who Sell Out’ boxset comes with other types of special details and gifts, such as:

  • Original 20 “x 30” Adrian George Poster
  • Carteles de conciertos – City Hall, Newcastle: The Who, Traffic & The Tremeloes
  • 8-page program of the Saville Theater.
  • Business card for Bag o ‘Nails club, Kingly Street
  • Group photo of the Fan Club.
  • Bath Pavilion concert brochure, including The Who.
  • Sticker de parachoques de Wonderful Radio London.
  • Keith Moon Speakeasy Club Membership Card
  • Who Fan Club Newsletter.


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The Who’s classic 1967 album will feature an incredible collectible box set edition of different versions and exclusive bonuses.

The Who prepares a giant release for the reissue of their classic 1967 album, The Who Sell Out. This reissue will have a surprising 7 discs, and 112 tracks in total, with bonuses and unreleased releases.

Originally, The Who’s third album was planned by Pete Townshend and the band’s managers (Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp) as a loose concept album with jingles and commercials in between songs. This approach was partly due to the label demanding a new album and the guitarist felt he didn’t have enough songs.

Finally advertising on the album, the band opted for write your own jingles, winking at pirate radio stations of the time and an increasingly consumerist society.

On April 123, a new Super Deluxe edition of The Who Sell Out what includes five CDs and two seven-inch singles and has 112 tracks, 46 of which have never been released. This is what the discs contain:

  • CD 1: Original Mono Mix, Mono Ace & B and Unreleased Mono Mixes
  • CD 2: original stereo mix and extra stereo tracks
  • CD 3: studio shots, versions ‘fly-on-the-wall‘of the first takes of the songs from the album sessions,’ studio conversations’, etc.
  • CD 4: ‘The Road to Tommy’ will contain stereo mixes of the studio tracks recorded in 1968, some unreleased, plus mono mixes of 1968 As and Bs (all tracks remixed from original 4-track and 8-track session tapes in the vault of The Quien)
  • CD 5: 14 of Pete Townshend’s original demos, unreleased and exclusive to this set

One of the singles vinyl is a reproduction of Track Records UK with an early mono mix of ‘I Can See For Miles‘(with a single vocal track). With ‘Someone’s Coming’ on side B. The other is a reproduction of ‘Magic Bus» Decca USA with side B with ‘Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde‘.

In addition, the ‘The Who Sell Out’ boxset comes with other types of special details and gifts, such as:

  • Original 20 “x 30” Adrian George Poster
  • Carteles de conciertos – City Hall, Newcastle: The Who, Traffic & The Tremeloes
  • 8-page program of the Saville Theater.
  • Business card for Bag o ‘Nails club, Kingly Street
  • Group photo of the Fan Club.
  • Bath Pavilion concert brochure, including The Who.
  • Sticker de parachoques de Wonderful Radio London.
  • Keith Moon Speakeasy Club Membership Card
  • Who Fan Club Newsletter.


" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1627398957) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(50) "Christophe Boutry sentenced to an illegal sentence" ["link"]=> string(100) "https://bbc-edition.com/international/2021/07/27/christophe-boutry-sentenced-to-an-illegal-sentence/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Harry Rivers" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 27 Jul 2021 15:12:00 +0000" ["category"]=> string(53) "InternationalBoutryChristopheillegalsentencesentenced" ["guid"]=> string(100) "https://bbc-edition.com/international/2021/07/27/christophe-boutry-sentenced-to-an-illegal-sentence/" ["description"]=> string(109) "“Haurus”, former agent of the DGSI, in Caen, in January 2021. JEAN-BAPTISTE QUENTIN / PHOTOPQR..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3831) "

Christophe Boutry, alias “Haurus”, sentenced on July 22 to seven years in prison, two of which were suspended by the Nanterre court, could get out of prison much faster than expected. Reason? The former police officer of the General Directorate of Internal Security (DGSI) found guilty of several offenses, including that of “misappropriation of their purpose of files and fraud by a person holding public authority”, imprisoned at the end of the hearing, is the victim of a miscarriage of justice. Not on the facts that he recognized without barguigner during his trial from June 16 to 17 before the 17e correctional chamber of Nanterre, but of a fault committed by its judges.

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The sentence pronounced against him by President Sophie-Hélène Chateau and her assessors who had ordered a committal warrant at the end of the hearing, is illegal. It does not appear in the penal code. With a sense of understatement that deserves to be taught to the judicial auditors of the National School of Magistrates in Bordeaux, the Nanterre public prosecutor’s office announced on Tuesday July 27 that it was appealing the judgment rendered on July 22. “The quantum of the sentence pronounced seems to pose a difficulty of conformity with the law”, euphemizes the prosecution. And to recall the law as the legislator has stated it: “The suspension is applicable with regard to natural persons to prison sentences handed down for a period of five years at most. ”

A surprising twist

In its judgment, the expectations of which have not yet been made public, the court had only partially followed the prosecution. He had requested a month earlier, seven years in prison. Christophe Boutry has already carried out a year of pre-trial detention from September 2018, the date of his arrest, to September 2019. During the debates at the bar in front of his judges, Mr. Boutry had tried to explain the reasons for his drift. In the grip of serious financial problems, he had found on the dark Net (dark side of the Internet on which illegal activities are developing) a way to bail out by selling information dug from police files. Coming from an official, a police sergeant also well noted by his hierarchy, such behavior could, according to Catherine Denis, the prosecutor of Nanterre, be likened to an act of ” treason “. Also, the representative of the prosecution had insisted before the court that “Haurus” return to prison.

You have 12.9% of this article left to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

" } ["summary"]=> string(109) "“Haurus”, former agent of the DGSI, in Caen, in January 2021. JEAN-BAPTISTE QUENTIN / PHOTOPQR..." ["atom_content"]=> string(3831) "

Christophe Boutry, alias “Haurus”, sentenced on July 22 to seven years in prison, two of which were suspended by the Nanterre court, could get out of prison much faster than expected. Reason? The former police officer of the General Directorate of Internal Security (DGSI) found guilty of several offenses, including that of “misappropriation of their purpose of files and fraud by a person holding public authority”, imprisoned at the end of the hearing, is the victim of a miscarriage of justice. Not on the facts that he recognized without barguigner during his trial from June 16 to 17 before the 17e correctional chamber of Nanterre, but of a fault committed by its judges.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also “Haurus”, corrupt ex-agent of the DGSI, sentenced to seven years in prison, two of which were suspended

The sentence pronounced against him by President Sophie-Hélène Chateau and her assessors who had ordered a committal warrant at the end of the hearing, is illegal. It does not appear in the penal code. With a sense of understatement that deserves to be taught to the judicial auditors of the National School of Magistrates in Bordeaux, the Nanterre public prosecutor’s office announced on Tuesday July 27 that it was appealing the judgment rendered on July 22. “The quantum of the sentence pronounced seems to pose a difficulty of conformity with the law”, euphemizes the prosecution. And to recall the law as the legislator has stated it: “The suspension is applicable with regard to natural persons to prison sentences handed down for a period of five years at most. ”

A surprising twist

In its judgment, the expectations of which have not yet been made public, the court had only partially followed the prosecution. He had requested a month earlier, seven years in prison. Christophe Boutry has already carried out a year of pre-trial detention from September 2018, the date of his arrest, to September 2019. During the debates at the bar in front of his judges, Mr. Boutry had tried to explain the reasons for his drift. In the grip of serious financial problems, he had found on the dark Net (dark side of the Internet on which illegal activities are developing) a way to bail out by selling information dug from police files. Coming from an official, a police sergeant also well noted by his hierarchy, such behavior could, according to Catherine Denis, the prosecutor of Nanterre, be likened to an act of ” treason “. Also, the representative of the prosecution had insisted before the court that “Haurus” return to prison.

You have 12.9% of this article left to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1627398720) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(60) "Andrew Koji Bursts Ahead Of Brad Pitt’s “Bullet Train”" ["link"]=> string(101) "https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/2021/07/27/andrew-koji-bursts-ahead-of-brad-pitts-bullet-train/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Pauline Potteer" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 27 Jul 2021 15:05:03 +0000" ["category"]=> string(54) "EntertainmentaheadAndrewBradbulletburstsKojiPittstrain" ["guid"]=> string(101) "https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/2021/07/27/andrew-koji-bursts-ahead-of-brad-pitts-bullet-train/" ["description"]=> string(93) "In case you were wondering, Andrew Koji clarifies a martial arts movie fact: “Two swords..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(10068) "
" } ["summary"]=> string(93) "In case you were wondering, Andrew Koji clarifies a martial arts movie fact: “Two swords..." ["atom_content"]=> string(10068) "
" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1627398303) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(50) "Why NASA might rename its flagship space telescope" ["link"]=> string(92) "https://bbc-edition.com/space/2021/07/27/why-nasa-might-rename-its-flagship-space-telescope/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Hall" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 27 Jul 2021 15:01:04 +0000" ["category"]=> string(37) "SpaceflagshipNASArenamespaceTelescope" ["guid"]=> string(92) "https://bbc-edition.com/space/2021/07/27/why-nasa-might-rename-its-flagship-space-telescope/" ["description"]=> string(85) "Hello Nature readers, would you like to get this Briefing in your inbox free every..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5249) "

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The silicone microfluidic chip has an array of 1,568 reaction chambers. Channels etched in the chip connect the chambers to control pipes attached to the top.Credit: Daniel Mokhtari

Uncovering how a protein or enzyme works, and understanding how genetic mutations affect these molecules that are fundamental to life, can take years. A glass chip etched with tiny channels could reduce that time to mere hours by allowing researchers to test more than a thousand mutations at a time. The new system, called High-Throughput Microfluidic Enzyme Kinetics, could provide a faster way for scientists to study disease-causing proteins, develop enzymes that break down environmental toxins and understand evolutionary relationships between species.

Nature | 4 min read

Reference: Science paper

NASA is considering renaming its flagship astronomical observatory, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), given reports alleging that James Webb was involved in persecuting gay and lesbian people during his career. Webb served as a senior official in several parts of the US government, including head of NASA from 1961 to 1968. The JWST, which will peer into the distant reaches of the cosmos, is NASA’s biggest astronomical project in decades, so the stakes are high.

Nature | 7 min read

Bullying and harassment are widespread in astronomy and geophysics in Britain and perhaps elsewhere, according to the results of a survey conducted last year. The Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) polled 661 researchers, more than half of whom were in the United Kingdom. Forty-four per cent had experienced issues in the previous two years. “We knew from anecdotal data and other evidence that there was likely to be a sector-wide problem, and I wasn’t super shocked by the trends of the findings,” says RAS diversity officer Aine O’Brien, “but I was certainly shocked by the extent.”

Nature | 6 min read

Bullying and harassment in astronomy: Chart of survey results showing that many respondents had experienced bullying.

Source: Royal Astronomical Society

Researchers have used the gene-editing tool CRISPR — and tweaks to typical rearing practices — to create the first genetically modified opossums. Scientists removed a gene responsible for fur and eye pigment production in gray short-tailed opossums (Monodelphis domestica) to create a litter of albino opossums. They hope to use their technique to gain insights about the marsupials and to study the immune system and common diseases such as skin cancer.

STAT | 6 min read

Reference: Current Biology paper

A deadly disease sweeping through coral in the Caribbean seems to be linked to ballast water discharged by ships. The cause of stony coral tissue loss disease is unknown, but it is more prevalent in reefs closer to key commercial ports in the Bahamas, suggesting a link to ship waste water.

The Guardian | 6 min read

Reference: Frontiers in Marine Science paper

Features & opinion

Chemist Richard Ernst turned applications of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) into methods for daily use in chemistry, structural biology and medical diagnosis. “As well as gaining him the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1991, Ernst’s work underpinned the achievements rewarded by the two NMR Nobel prizes of the twenty-first century so far,” writes biophysicist Kurt Wüthrich. “Mine included.” Ernst also played the cello and was a devoted collector of Tibetan art, which he said helped to keep him inspired. “Science is not the only aspect to life, there are other exciting aspects too and you have to give them a chance,” said Ernst in 2013. He has died, aged 87.

Nature | 4 min read

Read more: Learn about NMR from the master in this Q&A with Richard Ernst from 2013 (Nature | 6 min read)

Quote of the day

Austrian Anna Kiesenhofer, a postdoctoral researcher in mathematics, won an Olympic gold medal in the road race on Sunday. (Cyclingnews | 5 min read)

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The silicone microfluidic chip has an array of 1,568 reaction chambers. Channels etched in the chip connect the chambers to control pipes attached to the top.Credit: Daniel Mokhtari

Uncovering how a protein or enzyme works, and understanding how genetic mutations affect these molecules that are fundamental to life, can take years. A glass chip etched with tiny channels could reduce that time to mere hours by allowing researchers to test more than a thousand mutations at a time. The new system, called High-Throughput Microfluidic Enzyme Kinetics, could provide a faster way for scientists to study disease-causing proteins, develop enzymes that break down environmental toxins and understand evolutionary relationships between species.

Nature | 4 min read

Reference: Science paper

NASA is considering renaming its flagship astronomical observatory, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), given reports alleging that James Webb was involved in persecuting gay and lesbian people during his career. Webb served as a senior official in several parts of the US government, including head of NASA from 1961 to 1968. The JWST, which will peer into the distant reaches of the cosmos, is NASA’s biggest astronomical project in decades, so the stakes are high.

Nature | 7 min read

Bullying and harassment are widespread in astronomy and geophysics in Britain and perhaps elsewhere, according to the results of a survey conducted last year. The Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) polled 661 researchers, more than half of whom were in the United Kingdom. Forty-four per cent had experienced issues in the previous two years. “We knew from anecdotal data and other evidence that there was likely to be a sector-wide problem, and I wasn’t super shocked by the trends of the findings,” says RAS diversity officer Aine O’Brien, “but I was certainly shocked by the extent.”

Nature | 6 min read

Bullying and harassment in astronomy: Chart of survey results showing that many respondents had experienced bullying.

Source: Royal Astronomical Society

Researchers have used the gene-editing tool CRISPR — and tweaks to typical rearing practices — to create the first genetically modified opossums. Scientists removed a gene responsible for fur and eye pigment production in gray short-tailed opossums (Monodelphis domestica) to create a litter of albino opossums. They hope to use their technique to gain insights about the marsupials and to study the immune system and common diseases such as skin cancer.

STAT | 6 min read

Reference: Current Biology paper

A deadly disease sweeping through coral in the Caribbean seems to be linked to ballast water discharged by ships. The cause of stony coral tissue loss disease is unknown, but it is more prevalent in reefs closer to key commercial ports in the Bahamas, suggesting a link to ship waste water.

The Guardian | 6 min read

Reference: Frontiers in Marine Science paper

Features & opinion

Chemist Richard Ernst turned applications of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) into methods for daily use in chemistry, structural biology and medical diagnosis. “As well as gaining him the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1991, Ernst’s work underpinned the achievements rewarded by the two NMR Nobel prizes of the twenty-first century so far,” writes biophysicist Kurt Wüthrich. “Mine included.” Ernst also played the cello and was a devoted collector of Tibetan art, which he said helped to keep him inspired. “Science is not the only aspect to life, there are other exciting aspects too and you have to give them a chance,” said Ernst in 2013. He has died, aged 87.

Nature | 4 min read

Read more: Learn about NMR from the master in this Q&A with Richard Ernst from 2013 (Nature | 6 min read)

Quote of the day

Austrian Anna Kiesenhofer, a postdoctoral researcher in mathematics, won an Olympic gold medal in the road race on Sunday. (Cyclingnews | 5 min read)

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You have paid too much in taxes and you find that the repayment is too late. We explain why. (Credits: © Moon Safari – stock.adobe.com)

With the withholding tax, some French people have paid too much money to the tax authorities. A surplus that is returned to the taxpayers concerned. These refunds kick off: July 20, but not for everyone.

By MoneyVox,

The tax overpayment period began on July 20. However, some French people still have not received anything, although they had paid too large down payments. Forgot? Fault ? In reality, repayments are spread over several weeks. If you are in this case, find out the reasons for this delay and when you should receive the expected sum.

The principle of withholding tax at the origin of reimbursements

In a desire for simplification, the government has decided to implement the withholding of income tax. Concretely, this means that taxpayers are taken directly from their income, for example on salaries, allowances or retirement pensions.

In all cases, the withholding tax makes it possible to smooth out the household effort by spreading it out every month or every quarter, instead of a single annual payment. But this operation also leads to estimating as accurately as possible the total amount of tax that will have to be levied over the year. However, multiple factors come into play: number of tax shares, income level of the taxpayer and his spouse, tax reductions and credits, etc. In addition, the household situation may change during the year, for example following an increase, a change of professional career or a dismissal. So many elements that explain that some French people pay too much money in taxes. This is where the reimbursement of overpayments comes into play.

Income tax refund dates in 2021

July 20, 2021 marked the start of the tax refund period. Indeed, taxpayers validated their income tax return in the spring, with different deadlines depending on their geographic area. This step allows the final calculation of the amount to be paid on the income received over the whole of 2020. It is therefore easy to know if a household has paid what it owes, if it still owes money. or if he has paid too much money to the tax authorities. All those who are in the latter case are reimbursed, or about 15 million tax households for this year. Wording of the transfer? Easy to recognize, since it is called “REVENUE TAX REMB”.

It was on July 20 that the first reimbursements started to fall. Sometimes it takes a few more days, due to interbank delays. Yet not all taxpayers have received their money yet. This is explained by the high number of operations to be carried out. The General Directorate of Public Finances (DGFIP) explains that the file, also called “role” in the jargon, is split in two. This categorization does not follow any particular logic, but generates additional waiting time for the households appearing in the second list. Indeed, this last part of the processing will be validated on August 6, always counting a few additional days in the event of a transfer. As for the rare tax households which have not entered their bank details on the website of the tax administration, the reimbursement of the overpayment is sent to them by mail. It will then take an additional time.

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You have paid too much in taxes and you find that the repayment is too late. We explain why. (Credits: © Moon Safari – stock.adobe.com)

With the withholding tax, some French people have paid too much money to the tax authorities. A surplus that is returned to the taxpayers concerned. These refunds kick off: July 20, but not for everyone.

By MoneyVox,

The tax overpayment period began on July 20. However, some French people still have not received anything, although they had paid too large down payments. Forgot? Fault ? In reality, repayments are spread over several weeks. If you are in this case, find out the reasons for this delay and when you should receive the expected sum.

The principle of withholding tax at the origin of reimbursements

In a desire for simplification, the government has decided to implement the withholding of income tax. Concretely, this means that taxpayers are taken directly from their income, for example on salaries, allowances or retirement pensions.

In all cases, the withholding tax makes it possible to smooth out the household effort by spreading it out every month or every quarter, instead of a single annual payment. But this operation also leads to estimating as accurately as possible the total amount of tax that will have to be levied over the year. However, multiple factors come into play: number of tax shares, income level of the taxpayer and his spouse, tax reductions and credits, etc. In addition, the household situation may change during the year, for example following an increase, a change of professional career or a dismissal. So many elements that explain that some French people pay too much money in taxes. This is where the reimbursement of overpayments comes into play.

Income tax refund dates in 2021

July 20, 2021 marked the start of the tax refund period. Indeed, taxpayers validated their income tax return in the spring, with different deadlines depending on their geographic area. This step allows the final calculation of the amount to be paid on the income received over the whole of 2020. It is therefore easy to know if a household has paid what it owes, if it still owes money. or if he has paid too much money to the tax authorities. All those who are in the latter case are reimbursed, or about 15 million tax households for this year. Wording of the transfer? Easy to recognize, since it is called “REVENUE TAX REMB”.

It was on July 20 that the first reimbursements started to fall. Sometimes it takes a few more days, due to interbank delays. Yet not all taxpayers have received their money yet. This is explained by the high number of operations to be carried out. The General Directorate of Public Finances (DGFIP) explains that the file, also called “role” in the jargon, is split in two. This categorization does not follow any particular logic, but generates additional waiting time for the households appearing in the second list. Indeed, this last part of the processing will be validated on August 6, always counting a few additional days in the event of a transfer. As for the rare tax households which have not entered their bank details on the website of the tax administration, the reimbursement of the overpayment is sent to them by mail. It will then take an additional time.

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Now what caravaning fever is so in vogue, this summer presents a unique opportunity, as the caravana Airstream personal of Tom Hanks, which has been used in filming for almost 30 years. Yes, the one that was his house on wheels while he played Forrest Gump as well as characters from 18 other movies.

The double Oscar winner considers that the time has come to do without it and makes it available to the highest bidder at through the british house Bonhams. And it is that the filming “now goes too fast” to take advantage of it.

It is offered without reservation and its price is estimated to range between 130,000 and 210,000 eurosHigh figures but not too much if we take into account the added value of its illustrious owner.

The August 13 at the Quail Lodge Auction in Bonhams, which is part of the Monterey Car Week 2021 (California), along with other Hanks personal vehicles. Among them is a Tesla Model S P85D Performance.

If your walls could talk …

La Airstream Model 34 Limited (1992) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

It was 1993 when Tom Hanks decided that it was over with continuing to spend the night in caravans provided by the production company to get your own house on wheels. “I had spent too much time in normal trailers with ugly decor and horribly uncomfortable furniture,” explains the actor.

In short, he wanted a mobile home made to measure and according to his preferences, so he bought this Airstream Model 34 Limited with Excella 1000 package dating from 1992 and with VIN 1STGLAU36NJ508766.

La Airstream Model 34 Limited (1992) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

It is a whole motorhome, as it measures 10.7 meters long, offering enough space to have all the necessary comforts for a movie star to spend long periods inside. Its curb weight is 3.3 tons, and in its cabin it can equip up to an additional 726 kg.

A) Yes, la Airstream de Tom Hanks It has a large area where the living room (with a three-seater armchair included), the dining room, with a round table and two chairs, and a Fully equipped kitchen with sink, gas hobs, oven, full-size refrigerator, and endless cabinets and wood cabinets.

La Airstream Model 34 Limited (1992) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

After this stay, the cleanliness, also quite generous with shower tray, sink integrated in a bathroom cabinet and toilet. With the addition that on one of its sides the typical dressing room mirror.

In front of the toilet we find a large closet and at the back the bedroom, with a single bed. The entire caravan has wooden floors and walls covered with either wood or carpet.

La Airstream Model 34 Limited (1992) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

In addition, it integrates a Honda ES 6500 120/240 V Standalone Generator, which powers all your electrical equipment and lighting, as well as air conditioning, heating, water heater, blinds or exterior awning. In addition, all the furniture and belongings are included in the sale.

La Airstream Model 34 Limited (1992) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

But beyond its luxurious interior, without forgetting that we are facing an Airstream that is almost three decades old, and that it is in perfect condition, it boasts many curiosities that make it an object of desire.

For example, several of its windows are decorated with various clapper board stickers and that detail the locations in which he has been present for the filming of films such as’Forrest Gump‘, ‘Philadelphia‘, ‘The green Mile‘, ‘Apollo 13‘ O ‘Sully‘, among other.

La Airstream Model 34 Limited (1992) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

In addition, it is also decorated with FedEx stickers (from the filming of ‘Castaway’) or from NASA, from when he played Jim Lovell in the Ron Howard film. And as if this were not enough, too is signed, specifically in two places: the side of the upper kitchen cabinets and in the air conditioning split.

If the walls of this caravan could talk, they would tell us what it was like that time Tom Hanks, junto a Kevin Bacon y Bill Paxton, his companions in ‘Apollo 13’, saw a documentary by Buster Keaton while the film was being shot, commenting that precisely in an Airstream the heroes of Apollo 11 were quarantined after stepping on the moon.

La Airstream Model 34 Limited (1992) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

Although it will not be the only anecdote, since Hanks usually opened his motor home to fellow filmmakers to enjoy the rest periods after long days of filming. And more than one chose to get one after visiting it.

From when 'Fast & Furious' was about cars: the most legendary mounts of Toretto and O'Conner

With an F-450, a Toyota FJ40 and a Tesla Model S as squires

Tom Hanks' Ford F-450 Super Duty (2010), up for auction

While the jewel in the crown is this Airstream Model 34 Limited, other three cars from Tom Hanks personal collection They are also auctioned without reservation at this Californian event. Each of these cars is signed by the actor.

For example a pick-up Ford F-450 Super Duty de 2010, which has precisely been in charge of towing this caravan in the 19 filming where it served as Hanks’ home.

It is an off-road mole with a motor 400 hp V8, which is managed by a six-speed automatic transmission. It has traveled just under 8,000 km and its estimated price ranges between 59,000 and 85,000 euros.

El Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser (1980) the Tom Hanks, a subasta 01

It should be noted that Hanks did not usually drive it, at least to tow the trailer to the set. In essence, he bought it primarily to pull his house on wheels.

On the other hand, the Californian laureate also makes available to the highest bidder a precious Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser from 1980 modified and customized. It is distinguished from the original model by equipping a Vortec V6 GM L35 4.3-liter 180 hp (which complies with the California emissions regulations), as well as by a higher ground clearance, adjustable Porsche seats or benefits such as air conditioning.

El Tesla Model S P85d Performance (2015) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

In his file Bonhams details that he expects the deck to fall between 64,000 and 110,000 euros.

Finally, Hanks auctioned through the British house his Tesla Model S P85D Performance, which dresses its body in a unique color (British Racing Green). Otherwise it integrates the usual ingredients: two electric motors (one per axle), which add up to 700 CV, and a battery is 85 kWh. In your case, the winner is estimated to be between 59,000 and 85,000 euros.

Photos: Bonhams.

In Motorpasión | 25 years of ‘Jurassic Park’: unveiling the secrets of your Ford Explorer | Futuristic cars that we have dreamed of and that the cinema has made possible: ‘Blade Runner’, ‘A Clockwork Orange’ …

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Now what caravaning fever is so in vogue, this summer presents a unique opportunity, as the caravana Airstream personal of Tom Hanks, which has been used in filming for almost 30 years. Yes, the one that was his house on wheels while he played Forrest Gump as well as characters from 18 other movies.

The double Oscar winner considers that the time has come to do without it and makes it available to the highest bidder at through the british house Bonhams. And it is that the filming “now goes too fast” to take advantage of it.

It is offered without reservation and its price is estimated to range between 130,000 and 210,000 eurosHigh figures but not too much if we take into account the added value of its illustrious owner.

The August 13 at the Quail Lodge Auction in Bonhams, which is part of the Monterey Car Week 2021 (California), along with other Hanks personal vehicles. Among them is a Tesla Model S P85D Performance.

If your walls could talk …

La Airstream Model 34 Limited (1992) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

It was 1993 when Tom Hanks decided that it was over with continuing to spend the night in caravans provided by the production company to get your own house on wheels. “I had spent too much time in normal trailers with ugly decor and horribly uncomfortable furniture,” explains the actor.

In short, he wanted a mobile home made to measure and according to his preferences, so he bought this Airstream Model 34 Limited with Excella 1000 package dating from 1992 and with VIN 1STGLAU36NJ508766.

La Airstream Model 34 Limited (1992) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

It is a whole motorhome, as it measures 10.7 meters long, offering enough space to have all the necessary comforts for a movie star to spend long periods inside. Its curb weight is 3.3 tons, and in its cabin it can equip up to an additional 726 kg.

A) Yes, la Airstream de Tom Hanks It has a large area where the living room (with a three-seater armchair included), the dining room, with a round table and two chairs, and a Fully equipped kitchen with sink, gas hobs, oven, full-size refrigerator, and endless cabinets and wood cabinets.

La Airstream Model 34 Limited (1992) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

After this stay, the cleanliness, also quite generous with shower tray, sink integrated in a bathroom cabinet and toilet. With the addition that on one of its sides the typical dressing room mirror.

In front of the toilet we find a large closet and at the back the bedroom, with a single bed. The entire caravan has wooden floors and walls covered with either wood or carpet.

La Airstream Model 34 Limited (1992) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

In addition, it integrates a Honda ES 6500 120/240 V Standalone Generator, which powers all your electrical equipment and lighting, as well as air conditioning, heating, water heater, blinds or exterior awning. In addition, all the furniture and belongings are included in the sale.

La Airstream Model 34 Limited (1992) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

But beyond its luxurious interior, without forgetting that we are facing an Airstream that is almost three decades old, and that it is in perfect condition, it boasts many curiosities that make it an object of desire.

For example, several of its windows are decorated with various clapper board stickers and that detail the locations in which he has been present for the filming of films such as’Forrest Gump‘, ‘Philadelphia‘, ‘The green Mile‘, ‘Apollo 13‘ O ‘Sully‘, among other.

La Airstream Model 34 Limited (1992) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

In addition, it is also decorated with FedEx stickers (from the filming of ‘Castaway’) or from NASA, from when he played Jim Lovell in the Ron Howard film. And as if this were not enough, too is signed, specifically in two places: the side of the upper kitchen cabinets and in the air conditioning split.

If the walls of this caravan could talk, they would tell us what it was like that time Tom Hanks, junto a Kevin Bacon y Bill Paxton, his companions in ‘Apollo 13’, saw a documentary by Buster Keaton while the film was being shot, commenting that precisely in an Airstream the heroes of Apollo 11 were quarantined after stepping on the moon.

La Airstream Model 34 Limited (1992) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

Although it will not be the only anecdote, since Hanks usually opened his motor home to fellow filmmakers to enjoy the rest periods after long days of filming. And more than one chose to get one after visiting it.

From when 'Fast & Furious' was about cars: the most legendary mounts of Toretto and O'Conner

With an F-450, a Toyota FJ40 and a Tesla Model S as squires

Tom Hanks' Ford F-450 Super Duty (2010), up for auction

While the jewel in the crown is this Airstream Model 34 Limited, other three cars from Tom Hanks personal collection They are also auctioned without reservation at this Californian event. Each of these cars is signed by the actor.

For example a pick-up Ford F-450 Super Duty de 2010, which has precisely been in charge of towing this caravan in the 19 filming where it served as Hanks’ home.

It is an off-road mole with a motor 400 hp V8, which is managed by a six-speed automatic transmission. It has traveled just under 8,000 km and its estimated price ranges between 59,000 and 85,000 euros.

El Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser (1980) the Tom Hanks, a subasta 01

It should be noted that Hanks did not usually drive it, at least to tow the trailer to the set. In essence, he bought it primarily to pull his house on wheels.

On the other hand, the Californian laureate also makes available to the highest bidder a precious Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser from 1980 modified and customized. It is distinguished from the original model by equipping a Vortec V6 GM L35 4.3-liter 180 hp (which complies with the California emissions regulations), as well as by a higher ground clearance, adjustable Porsche seats or benefits such as air conditioning.

El Tesla Model S P85d Performance (2015) de Tom Hanks, a subasta

In his file Bonhams details that he expects the deck to fall between 64,000 and 110,000 euros.

Finally, Hanks auctioned through the British house his Tesla Model S P85D Performance, which dresses its body in a unique color (British Racing Green). Otherwise it integrates the usual ingredients: two electric motors (one per axle), which add up to 700 CV, and a battery is 85 kWh. In your case, the winner is estimated to be between 59,000 and 85,000 euros.

Photos: Bonhams.

In Motorpasión | 25 years of ‘Jurassic Park’: unveiling the secrets of your Ford Explorer | Futuristic cars that we have dreamed of and that the cinema has made possible: ‘Blade Runner’, ‘A Clockwork Orange’ …

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Marcos Ondarra

Our Time Magazine

And when they encounter the spirit of Saint Josemaría, they feel challenged ”, she assures.

As for the noblest of human sciences, Matis displays exquisite judgment. And there is no better proof of this than his devotion to U2, Pink Floyd or Natalia Lafourcade, which the priest listens to in prayer during his walks around the city. Eternal City.

His great luck has been to find in music a way to “rediscover the sacred”. If Saint Teresa saw God between pouts, Andrej Matis perceives him between violins. Perhaps because music inflames the soul until it flies and approaches the Creator in a musical transverberation.

Have you had close experiences with God through music? Yes, mostly thanks to my discovery of Gregorian chant. I had to learn Latin first, yes. Tolkien says that it is more natural for man to sing than to stutter. The elves in The Lord of the Rings speak so nobly that they almost seem to sing.

The key is to realize that the sacred is different from the profane.

Something similar happens with the Gregorian: they are words recited in such an authentic way that they become music, in prayer. Andrej Matis has that rare vocation for the old that makes him mix Tolkien and U2 with Bach and Gregorian chant in the same parlance. And although they seem disconnected elements, they all make up the harmonic piece that is his life.

What do you find special about the Gregorian? Gregorian chant is able to activate in man the perception of something sacred. It is enough to listen a little, even without understanding the lyrics, and one says: “Here is something that goes further, that transcends me.”

Furthermore, it is universal. There is nothing more common than the use of Latin in the liturgy. It unites the Church on earth and unites the present with all the centuries in which it was already prayed with this language. Without fear of anachronism, the vindication of Gregorian chant is part of Matis’s conception of art as perennial; indelible mark that God has left in the world. “One thing is to anchor in the past and another to receive and make your own something that has centuries of existence and that continues to be worthwhile,” he asserts. It turns out that “you can always grow in understanding those treasures that come from so far away.” The same thing happens with faith or with the liturgy.

A few days before this conversation, Matis heard Now release, by Paul Smith, in the interpretation of the English ensemble Voces8. And despite the fact that polyphony would be, as he says, too “audacious” for the Renaissance Palestrina or for Bach, it can accompany prayer well: “It evokes sacredness from the first moment; help to pray ”.

If the violinist from Saint Josemaría has learned something well, it is that it is possible to pray with profane songs. “One goes down the street singing With or Without You and the song helps him to speak with the Virgin or with Jesus ”. But that does not mean that the liturgy should be displaced: “U2 can serve you for a private prayer, while the liturgy is a public prayer that seeks universality. I don’t know if my 94-year-old grandmother, who went to mass every day, would have connected with U2… ”.

U2 is a clear example of how atavistic and current can be expressed at the same time. Yes, and that is not easy. The key is to realize that the sacred is different from the profane. The mug that you use to drink beer with your friends cannot be used to celebrate mass, at least if you consider it to be a mystery, a divine act in favor of humanity. That’s why you pour yourself a different glass. The differences have to do with the material, with the shapes, with the colors … The same thing happens with the music.

What is the formal dignity of an element of worship? We can find God in the middle of the world. Peeling potatoes, for example. But, put in a somewhat crude way, God is not in the potatoes.

To be continue…

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Marcos Ondarra

Our Time Magazine

And when they encounter the spirit of Saint Josemaría, they feel challenged ”, she assures.

As for the noblest of human sciences, Matis displays exquisite judgment. And there is no better proof of this than his devotion to U2, Pink Floyd or Natalia Lafourcade, which the priest listens to in prayer during his walks around the city. Eternal City.

His great luck has been to find in music a way to “rediscover the sacred”. If Saint Teresa saw God between pouts, Andrej Matis perceives him between violins. Perhaps because music inflames the soul until it flies and approaches the Creator in a musical transverberation.

Have you had close experiences with God through music? Yes, mostly thanks to my discovery of Gregorian chant. I had to learn Latin first, yes. Tolkien says that it is more natural for man to sing than to stutter. The elves in The Lord of the Rings speak so nobly that they almost seem to sing.

The key is to realize that the sacred is different from the profane.

Something similar happens with the Gregorian: they are words recited in such an authentic way that they become music, in prayer. Andrej Matis has that rare vocation for the old that makes him mix Tolkien and U2 with Bach and Gregorian chant in the same parlance. And although they seem disconnected elements, they all make up the harmonic piece that is his life.

What do you find special about the Gregorian? Gregorian chant is able to activate in man the perception of something sacred. It is enough to listen a little, even without understanding the lyrics, and one says: “Here is something that goes further, that transcends me.”

Furthermore, it is universal. There is nothing more common than the use of Latin in the liturgy. It unites the Church on earth and unites the present with all the centuries in which it was already prayed with this language. Without fear of anachronism, the vindication of Gregorian chant is part of Matis’s conception of art as perennial; indelible mark that God has left in the world. “One thing is to anchor in the past and another to receive and make your own something that has centuries of existence and that continues to be worthwhile,” he asserts. It turns out that “you can always grow in understanding those treasures that come from so far away.” The same thing happens with faith or with the liturgy.

A few days before this conversation, Matis heard Now release, by Paul Smith, in the interpretation of the English ensemble Voces8. And despite the fact that polyphony would be, as he says, too “audacious” for the Renaissance Palestrina or for Bach, it can accompany prayer well: “It evokes sacredness from the first moment; help to pray ”.

If the violinist from Saint Josemaría has learned something well, it is that it is possible to pray with profane songs. “One goes down the street singing With or Without You and the song helps him to speak with the Virgin or with Jesus ”. But that does not mean that the liturgy should be displaced: “U2 can serve you for a private prayer, while the liturgy is a public prayer that seeks universality. I don’t know if my 94-year-old grandmother, who went to mass every day, would have connected with U2… ”.

U2 is a clear example of how atavistic and current can be expressed at the same time. Yes, and that is not easy. The key is to realize that the sacred is different from the profane. The mug that you use to drink beer with your friends cannot be used to celebrate mass, at least if you consider it to be a mystery, a divine act in favor of humanity. That’s why you pour yourself a different glass. The differences have to do with the material, with the shapes, with the colors … The same thing happens with the music.

What is the formal dignity of an element of worship? We can find God in the middle of the world. Peeling potatoes, for example. But, put in a somewhat crude way, God is not in the potatoes.

To be continue…

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Tong Ying-kit, a 24-year-old Hong Kong man, was convicted of “terrorism” and “incitement to secession” on Tuesday, July 27, during the first trial in Hong Kong under the drastic national security law Beijing imposed to overcome dissent. This decision sets a legal precedent, by confirming that certain political slogans are now outlawed in this territory, which is however supposed to enjoy freedoms unknown in the rest of China.

Mr. Tong, a waiter by profession, had been charged with riding a motorbike at three policemen on the 1stis July 2020, the day the National Security Law entered into force. He then waved a flag on which was inscribed “Liberating Hong Kong: a revolution of our time”, a formula that had established itself as the main slogan of the immense popular mobilization that had taken place in 2019.

Mr. Tong was found guilty on Tuesday by a panel of three judges, who found the flag he was waving contained a slogan “Capable of inciting others to commit an act of secession”, and that it was therefore illegal. Regarding the indictment for terrorism, the magistrates considered that the facts were established because, by rushing on the police, the accused had “Seriously endangered public safety”. His sentence will be pronounced at a later date. He faces life imprisonment.

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A muzzled city

The trial, which lasted two weeks, took place without a jury, which constitutes a real break with the Hong Kong legal tradition. And the three magistrates had been chosen by the Hong Kong executive to judge cases relating to national security.

More than 60 people have been charged under the National Security Law, which has emerged as the main tool in China’s crackdown on the pro-democracy movement. Among those prosecuted under this draconian text is notably the media mogul Jimmy Lai, former boss of the pro-democracy tabloid Apple Daily. Most of them have been denied bail and are awaiting trial behind bars.

Mr. Tong’s case is relatively unusual because he is one of the few people prosecuted for an explicitly violent act. The vast majority of those charged were arrested for expressing political views which the authorities present as now illegal.

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Since the entry into force of this law, the former British colony, despite being renowned for its great freedom of thought and entrepreneurship, has suddenly lost many of the attributes that fundamentally differentiated it from the rest of China. All the main leaders of the opposition movement have been arrested, Apple Daily has been closed, the electoral system reformed, gatherings banned, several films or books censored, citizens on file …

The principle “One country, two systems”, which had presided over the handover of 1997, was pulverized with this law which muzzled the city, buried its democratic aspirations and accelerated the phenomenon locally described as the “mainlandization” of Hong Kong.

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The World with AFP

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Tong Ying-kit, a 24-year-old Hong Kong man, was convicted of “terrorism” and “incitement to secession” on Tuesday, July 27, during the first trial in Hong Kong under the drastic national security law Beijing imposed to overcome dissent. This decision sets a legal precedent, by confirming that certain political slogans are now outlawed in this territory, which is however supposed to enjoy freedoms unknown in the rest of China.

Mr. Tong, a waiter by profession, had been charged with riding a motorbike at three policemen on the 1stis July 2020, the day the National Security Law entered into force. He then waved a flag on which was inscribed “Liberating Hong Kong: a revolution of our time”, a formula that had established itself as the main slogan of the immense popular mobilization that had taken place in 2019.

Mr. Tong was found guilty on Tuesday by a panel of three judges, who found the flag he was waving contained a slogan “Capable of inciting others to commit an act of secession”, and that it was therefore illegal. Regarding the indictment for terrorism, the magistrates considered that the facts were established because, by rushing on the police, the accused had “Seriously endangered public safety”. His sentence will be pronounced at a later date. He faces life imprisonment.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also In Hong Kong, first trial under new national security law

A muzzled city

The trial, which lasted two weeks, took place without a jury, which constitutes a real break with the Hong Kong legal tradition. And the three magistrates had been chosen by the Hong Kong executive to judge cases relating to national security.

More than 60 people have been charged under the National Security Law, which has emerged as the main tool in China’s crackdown on the pro-democracy movement. Among those prosecuted under this draconian text is notably the media mogul Jimmy Lai, former boss of the pro-democracy tabloid Apple Daily. Most of them have been denied bail and are awaiting trial behind bars.

Mr. Tong’s case is relatively unusual because he is one of the few people prosecuted for an explicitly violent act. The vast majority of those charged were arrested for expressing political views which the authorities present as now illegal.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also In Hong Kong, farewell to the “Apple Daily”, an opposition newspaper closed by the authorities

Since the entry into force of this law, the former British colony, despite being renowned for its great freedom of thought and entrepreneurship, has suddenly lost many of the attributes that fundamentally differentiated it from the rest of China. All the main leaders of the opposition movement have been arrested, Apple Daily has been closed, the electoral system reformed, gatherings banned, several films or books censored, citizens on file …

The principle “One country, two systems”, which had presided over the handover of 1997, was pulverized with this law which muzzled the city, buried its democratic aspirations and accelerated the phenomenon locally described as the “mainlandization” of Hong Kong.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also Within a year, the national security law gagged Hong Kong, once one of the freest cities in the world

The World with AFP

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