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Required fields are marked * Hirosi Ooguri. Credit: Bill Youngblood for CaltechHirosi Ooguri, the Fred Kavli Professor of Theoretical Physics and Mathematics and the director of the Walter Burke Institute for Theoretical Physics at Caltech, recently served as a science advisor for The Man from 9 Dimensions, a 3-dimensional dome movie, produced by Japan’s National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (also known as Miraikan). The movie follows scientists on a search for a “theory of everything” that would unify all the forces in nature, from microscopic to macroscopic scales.Ooguri’s research focuses on superstring theory, considered the leading candidate for such an ultimate unified theory. Superstring theory (in some formulations) has nine dimensions of space—hence the movie’s title.The Man from 9 Dimensions—which recently earned the 2016 Best Educational Production Award from the International Planetary Society—premiered this spring in Japan. It is currently not playing in the U.S., but Ooguri hopes it will be soon. We spoke with him about his role in the production of the film and about the challenges and rewards of science communication.How did you get involved with the movie?Three years ago, Dimitris Kontopoulos, a science communicator, and his colleagues at Miraikan, one of the three national science museums in Tokyo, invited me to serve as a scientific supervisor for their project. Dimitris had read my popular Japanese-language science book, What is Gravity?, and was inspired to make a movie on superstring theory, which is a most promising hypothesis to unify all the forces and matter in nature including gravity. Though it seemed a tall order to explain the theory in a 30-minute film, I accepted their invitation. I wanted to make sure that whatever they were going to produce would be educationally meaningful and scientifically accurate.What are you hoping people will learn from the film?It is my hope that the film will inspire school children to learn more about science and will convey the excitement of scientific discoveries to the general public.When I visited the museum, I saw a diverse group of visitors ranging from elementary school children and dating couples to tourists and retirees. I am told that about a third of visitors are from abroad. I wanted the film to be something everyone can enjoy and learn from. Thus, we introduced multiple-layered structure in the film.Can you tell us more about the content of the film?At a superficial level, it is an adventure story of a group of scientists chasing after “the man from the 9 dimensions,” who takes us to the microscopic world of elementary particles to the macroscopic world of the universe, and to its beginning—the Big Bang. Each scene is visually compelling as we were able to hire one of the most talented horror movie directors in Japan, Takashi Shimizu, and one of the best computer graphics companies, Omnibus Japan, to implement the director’s vision. It is a beautiful film to look at.At the same time, the scientific contents are very rich. The film describes the standard model of particle physics [which unifies into a single theory the smallest building blocks of matter and three of nature’s four forces] and graphically shows the properties of neutrinos and the Higgs boson—without using any words. In the scene where we go back to the history of the universe, we use the latest computer simulation data on galaxy formation, and the “universal clock” of the scene accurately shows the time after the Big Bang. Visitors with some physics background will find a scientific message in each scene.Why did you decide to have a character—”the man from 9 dimensions”—represent laws of nature?We started with the ambitious plan to describe, in 30 minutes, quantum mechanics of the microscopic world; the standard model; the entire history of the universe, including galaxy formation, the first stars, the dark ages, the Big Bang, and the more hypothetical inflation period before the Big Bang; and superstring theory, for the ultimate unification. We needed some organizational principle to present all these materials in a coherent way.After a few brainstorming sessions, we came up with the idea of a mysterious man and a “catch-me-if-you-can” game between him and a group of scientists, as metaphors of the theory of everything and scientists’ quest to discover it.What was your favorite part about working on this movie?Hearing about the reactions of young children. Staff members of the museum tell me that they see elementary school kids coming out from the theater talking to their parents and to each other enthusiastically, saying “It was so much fun,” and “I want to be a scientist when I grow up,” et cetera. When I hear that, I feel that the project was worthwhile.What was most challenging?Since there are so many concepts and facts that we want to describe, there is a temptation to try to cram in as much as possible. My advice was to stick to the main theme of the film, showing the quest of scientists for the fundamental laws of nature.Another point I insisted on, from the beginning and on many occasions during the production, was to present superstring theory as a work-in-progress, i.e., a hypothesis that is not yet verified experimentally. I thought this would be an excellent opportunity to show the scientific process of coming up with a hypothesis and testing it with experiments and observations.What do you enjoy the most about science education and communication?My primary occupation is in research and in education of college and graduate students. However, I feel I can also contribute by improving public understanding of science. I have published four popular science books in Japan, and they have been translated into Chinese and Korean. One of them, Introduction to Superstring Theory, received the Science Book Award in Japan in 2014. I have a monthly science column in a business magazine with one of the highest circulations in Japan. I write columns, essays, and book reviews for leading newspapers and magazines.I also enjoy science education and communication as an intellectual challenge to explain concepts in theoretical physics without using equations and other higher mathematics. It is like an obstacle course in athletics. You intentionally handicap yourself and see how far you can go.These science outreach activities do not directly benefit my own research, but help me to put my research in a broad context—and reminds me why I am doing this at all.Among his many honors, Ooguri is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, recipient of the Leonard Eisenbud Prize for Mathematics and Physics from the American Mathematical Society, and recipient of the Simons Investigator Award. He is also the principal investigator of the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe at the University of Tokyo, and recently became the President of the Aspen Center for Physics.
“I totally agree with you, it was a great World Cup with lots of goals, but that’s a knockout competition and more goals are always scored in the FA Cup because of the necessity to try again in the last five minutes in case you go out of the competition than are tried in league football.“How are we going to get past the fact that goals are not plentiful in the league?”Check out the video from talkSPORT’s official Twitter page below! 4 predicted Using scientific knowledge and data collated by Oxford scholars, Parry deduced that making goals bigger was a necessity and rules should be rewritten to accommodate this.“In 1863, a man’s average height was five foot five inches,” he explained on the Hawksbee and Jacobs Show.“Now the rule book was written in a Fleet Street pub café and it has never been changed since in terms of compensating for the enormous growth in the size of a human being.“If you go on HMS Victory, which is the ship of course was Nelson’s flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar, the average size of a man then was about five foot two and you can tell that by the size of the doors on the ship! 4 How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? How Man United could line up for Newcastle clash – will Pogba start? Mike Parry believes increasing the size of goals will make football more attractive.The former Fleet Street journalist spoke to Paul Hawksbee and Andy Jacobs about how to make league football more entertaining. Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener Footballers are certainly getting bigger, as Theo Walcott can attest! “So I’m only using that as an example because man has got bigger and bigger and bigger as our health has got better, as our nutrition has got better.”As one of the stars of England’s World Cup campaign this summer, Jordan Pickford had very few critics from his time in Russia.However, Thibaut Courtois did criticise his technique during the defeat to Belgium in the group stages, claiming the goalkeeper was too small.Although the Chelsea shot-stopper eventually apologised for his disparaging comments, Pickford responded by pulling off several incredible saves throughout the tournament to help the Three Lions reach the semi-final stage.In Parry’s revamped situation, the Everton shot-stopper may have struggled to make quite the impact on the international stage as he has this summer. Manchester City won the Premier League last season with 100 points after scoring 106 goals In the Premier League last season, Manchester City romped to the Premier League title by scoring a record 106 times, leaving them with a goal difference of +79.However, Parry (a staunch Evertonian) wants football to revert back to the days of William ‘Dixie’ Dean who scored 60 goals in the 1927-28 season.My proposal is to make the game more attractive,” he added.“Ever since Dixie scored those 60 goals, the number of goals a season has gone down. Now where is it going to go down to? highlights Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes NEW ERA 4 Latest Football News possible xi Are crossbars in football too low? 🤷♂️@MikeParry8 thinks they are and has began the #RaiseTheBar campaign to make goals bigger! 🥅⬆️🗣️ Mike joined @tSHandJ this afternoon to explain all… pic.twitter.com/0akU4ZGjeV— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) July 26, 2018 How Liverpool could line up at Leicester with midfielder set for lengthy absence who plays? Parry went on to say: “I’ve been reading journals for the last two or three years written by Oxford scholars who say that man is going to grow even faster over the next century than he has in the last century.“Soon the average man will be six foot one inches tall! The average man is five foot 10 now.“If you want to come in from the midfield and advance towards the goal, it’s not the size of the goal behind the defender – it’s the size of the defenders in front of the goal.“So it doesn’t matter that the ball is lighter, you can turn it and bend it and curve it, it’s about the amount of space you are aiming for to get around those defenders to put it into the goal.” Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more Parry wants to make football more attractive Pickford pulled off this incredible save with his fingertips against Colombia gameday Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade smart causal How Chelsea could line up against Southampton – what system will Lampard play? 4 ALTERED read more
South Africa’s 3 000 kilometres of coastline holds many treasures, unspoilt places hidden from mainstream tourists. Read more to discover the secret beaches all over the country.Noordhoek’s Long Beach is one of the secret beaches on the Cape Peninsula of South Africa. (Image: Noordhoek Tourism)Brand South Africa reporterWith a coastline of 3 000km, South Africa has enough beaches to accommodate thousands of sun lovers without ever getting crowded. The beaches near the larger coastal cities get most visitors, of course, and in high summer bathers might have to negotiate a tangle of tanned limbs to get from the sea to their towels.But there are dozens of other beaches along the country’s coastline where you can find space, privacy, soft sand and clear blue waves.Cape West CoastIf you want to avoid Cape Town’s main beaches, head up the west coast towards Namibia and you’ll find one spectacular seascape after another. The coastline has stunning wind-lashed scenery and may at times look dry and barren. But in spring the region’s world-famous wild flowers transform the area into a magic carpet of colour.The long white beaches and rocky outcrops provide some of the most private beaches, not to mention best surfing waves. Secret places to visit include Eland’s Bay, Paternoster, Lambert’s Bay and Yzerfontein.In summer you can enjoy fresh crayfish at reasonable prices in local eateries. As this side of South Africa is on the Atlantic Ocean, the water is a lot colder than in the warm Indian Ocean to the east. But that doesn’t stop swimmers from enjoying a bracing dip.Cape PeninsulaWhile the fashionable Cape Town beaches – particularly Camps Bay, Clifton and Llandudno – are overrun in summer, visitors can still find sandy solitude. Noordhoek’s Long Beach is a serene sweep of sand over 2km long, backed by beautiful fynbos- covered mountains.Sandy Bay, just next to Llandudno, is similarly isolated and lovely, as long as one doesn’t mind the nudists for which this beach is notorious.Blaauwberg offers the best views of Table Mountain and is long enough to avoid people, if that’s what you’re after. Or travel just a little way to the dune-fringed beauties of Betty’s Bay, Kleinmond and Pringle Bay.Cape East CoastEast of Cape Town, the coastline offers one sleepy seaside town after another, each with its own personality and beaches. Here the Indian Ocean laps the continent with its warm coastal currents. The further east you travel from Cape Town, the warmer the sea gets.Hermanus is a popular weekend and holiday spot, and the beaches can be crowded. But a five-minute drive out of the village takes you to the more peaceful Grotto Beach.Follow the coastline north and the gems of Gansbaai, Pearly Beach and Arniston beckon. Arniston, a restored fishing village, is particularly beautiful, and out of season is all but isolated.Eastern CapeThose allergic to crowds will want to avoid the seaside havens of Plettenberg Bay, Knysna and George in high season, but again there are beaches just out of town that offer space and scenery aplenty.Port Elizabeth and East London have places of historic interest as well as some good swimming spots. East London’s Gonubie Beach is one of the country’s prettiest, as yet unclaimed by hordes of beachgoers.Cape St Francis and Seaview Game Park, both near Port Elizabeth, are similarly untrammelled.The Wild CoastFormerly known as the Transkei, this is a breathtakingly beautiful region. It has many remote, rural locations offering unspoiled velvet-green hills and pristine beaches.Some parts are harder to access, but places with facilities include Mazeppa Bay, Coffee Bay, Hole-in-the-Wall, Trennerys, Mngazi and Presley Bay.Locals are friendly and hospitable and these are ideal holiday resorts for those wanting nothing more than a beach, a few good surfing waves and perhaps the odd fishing trip.Read more: Discover South Africa’s Wild CoastKwaZulu-NatalNestled between the Indian Ocean and the Drakensberg mountains, KwaZulu-Natal is hot, humid and subtropical. These are the best beaches for those who like to float in the sea for hours on end, and the mild temperatures in winter make it an all-year- round holiday destination.Durban’s beaches can leave one jostling for elbow room in season and nearby towns such as Southbroom and Ballito have recently exploded with holiday homes, but you don’t have to go far to avoid the crowds.On the north coast, near the Mozambique border, is the ecotourism paradise of Kosi Bay, a pristine estuary surrounded by lush marsh forest, mangrove, ferns and orchids. Take a walk between tanning sessions and you could spot a hippo, a crocodile or a loggerhead turtle.Nearby St Lucia, a protected nature reserve and one of South Africa’s seven World Heritage sites, has beautiful long beaches and lukewarm water.Other secret spots include Mtunzini, Zinkwazi and Blythedale. The south coast beaches aren’t quite as isolated, but small towns such as St Michaels, Hibberdene and Umkomaas are less inhabited, particularly in the mild winters.This is an edited version of an article first published by South African Tourism.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material. read more
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH), a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, introduced the Local Food and Regional Market Supply (FARMS) Act (HR 3941) in early October. This legislation directs the U.S. Department of Agriculture to continue positive investments in local food systems, community economic development, and public health.“The bill introduced by Senator Brown makes important investments that will allow farmers to reach new markets; increase community access to fresh, healthy, local food; and support the food infrastructure that connects producers to buyers. With commodity prices falling, farmers are increasingly looking for new opportunities and for some that means investments close to home where markets for locally and regionally produced food continue to rise,” said Amalie Lipstreu, Ohio Ecological Food and Farming Association (OEFFA) Policy Coordinator. “Even with the growing demand for food produced in Ohio, some farmers struggle because they don’t have access to the infrastructure they need. It could be storage, transportation, or processing that limits the growth of markets that enrich farmers and local communities. Ohio is home to many thriving cities, rural communities, and farmland. By connecting the dots we can create wealth and health and move toward greater sustainability.” read more
Tags:#apps#Facebook#Messaging Services#mobile#social media taylor hatmaker A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Related Posts Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Hit mobile messaging app WhatsApp denies that it’s in talks with Facebook, but that doesn’t mean the idea of the social behemoth gobbling up an SMS-alternative app is crazy.WhatsApp reached out to ReadWrite to deny the rumor, stating: “The reported story is a rumor and not factually accurate. We have no further information to share at the moment.” Still, an acquisition like WhatsApp would make perfect sense to help post-Instagram Facebook move into more of mobile’s exploding markets – which is exactly the direction Zuckerberg says he intends to steer the company. Facebook Is A Mobile Company (Now)In spite of its massive resources, Facebook has a downright rocky mobile track record. Despite many improvements, Facebook’s apps for Android and iOS are still known for being buggy and clunky, and its iPad app didn’t even materialize until last Fall. This year, Facebook finally rebuilt its core app, ditching HTML5, which Zuckerberg admitted was a mistake to build on to begin with. Facebook for mobile is mercifully faster now, but it’s not exactly inspired. The mobile version of Google+ offers a vastly more sophisticated and engaging mobile translation of a social app than Facebook. At TechCrunch Disrupt this year, Zuckerberg went so far as to declare that Facebook had evolved into a mobile company altogether, noting that mobile users are more engaged – and arguing that makes them more naturally monetizable. The Next Instagram?With Zuckerberg alluding to big mobile plays in the company’s future, aggressive mobile acquisitions might be just over the horizon. Just as Instagram made spin-off app Facebook Camera altogether redundant, WhatsApp would replace another in-house social app: Facebook Messenger. No one makes much of its lesser-known apps, made for sharing photos and messages respectively, but Facebook could do worse than to raze and rebuild them as it rallies around mobile.What Else WhatsApp Has To OfferFacebook and WhatsApp couldn’t have a more different approach to making money. While Facebook is all about advertising, WhatsApp is stubbornly ad-free in favor of charging for its app. WhatsApp is currently sitting pretty in the Number 2 top paid iOS app slot, as users seem happy to shell out $.99 for the multiplatform messaging service. On Android, WhatsApp is free for the first year and $.99 thereafter. It wouldn’t hurt Facebook to get some experience on how to successfully charge users for things.Beyond improving its mobile experience and gobbling up a considerable chunk of users, WhatsApp also holds international appeal for Facebook. The app has carved out an SMS-alternative space in North America, Europe and Latin America, though the Asian market remains tough, with competitors like Kakao Talk and Nimbuzz, which are trying to make inroads stateside too. Whether it’s WhatsApp or another service – competitor Kik springs to mind – Facebook should be on the prowl for its next Instagram. Like photo sharing, non-SMS messaging is a white-hot space that Facebook needs to dominate if it really is as serious about mobile as Zuckerberg claims. read more
“He wasn’t behaving well,” said Velazquez, who added he’s fine and would not seek medical attention. “When the doors opened, I was off right from the start and he kind of jumped sideways, and I had my feet out sideways and I lost my balance and went out.”It was yet another bizarre scene in a Triple Crown season full of it.Two weeks ago at the Kentucky Derby, apparent winner Maximum Security was disqualified for interfering with War of Will, and Country House elevated to first in the only on-track disqualification in the race’s 145-year history. Casse was just thankful War of Will was healthy and decided to take his shot in the Preakness even though Maximum Security and Country House didn’t run.It was the first Preakness run without the Kentucky Derby winner since 1996, but the 13-horse field was the largest since 2011. Go back to 1951 for the last time the Preakness was run without the top four finishers from the Derby.“This is the Preakness,” Casse said. “We just won the Preakness. I really don’t care who was in it.”ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Christian Lee survives armbar, KOs Shinya Aoki to win ONE lightweight title Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Casse, 58, was more relieved than anything that his prized 3-year-old colt didn’t go down in the Derby, which could’ve been a multihorse catastrophe, and could finally take a deep breath following the Preakness.“This is even I think probably more special given everything that we’ve been through,” Casse said. “I’m not even calling it redemption. I didn’t feel like he got his fair shot, and that’s all I wanted — a fair shot. And he showed what he had today.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsWar of Will was unfazed starting from the inside No. 1 post position for the second consecutive race, even though that contributed to his rough run at Churchill Downs. Rising star jockey Tyler Gaffalione guided the horse along the rail in the Preakness and made a move into the lead around the final curve, holding off hard-charging late addition Everfast, who was a nose ahead of Owendale for second.All the while, Bodexpress — after ejecting Hall of Fame jockey John Velazquez — kept running around the Pimlico track and did an extra lap. An outrider tried to swoop in at the top of the stretch and corral Bodexpress, but the horse sped up and passed a few competitors near the finish line and kept going. Technically, Bodexpress gets a did-not-finish. War of Will, ridden by Tyler Gaffalione, crosses the finish line first to win the Preakness Stakes horse race at Pimlico Race Course, Saturday, May 18, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Mike Stewart)BALTIMORE — Mark Casse completed a lifelong quest two weeks after the scare of a lifetime. And he did so in a race featuring a riderless horse that threw his jockey out of the gate and kept running.Since he was a child, Casse wanted to win a Triple Crown race, and the well-respected trainer got that victory when War of Will bounced back from a bumpy ride in the Kentucky Derby to win the Preakness on Saturday.ADVERTISEMENT PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Two-day strike in Bicol fails to cripple transport ‘Rebel attack’ no cause for concern-PNP, AFP Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Ethel Booba twits Mocha over 2 toilets in one cubicle at SEA Games venue Bob Baffert-trained Improbable was in it as the 5-2 favorite and finished a disappointing sixth. The Kentucky Derby and Preakness are the only races of Improbable’s career that he didn’t finish first or second.“He just got mad and reared up,” Baffert said of Improbable’s antics in the starting gate. “After that, he was in a good spot. He just didn’t kick.”War of Will had plenty of kick and put himself in position to become the first horse since Afleet Alex in 2005 and 19th all-time to fall short in the Derby but win the Preakness and Belmont. Winning the $1.5 million Preakness by a 1¼ length over Everfast, who wasn’t entered until Wednesday, was another illustration of War of Will’s mix of talent and grit.“He’s got so much heart,” Gaffalione said. “We always knew he had the ability. We just had to get a little bit lucky, and today was our day.”It’s a breakthrough for Gaffalione, who has become something of a rising star since being named top apprentice rider in 2015. Gaffalione, 24, was aboard War of Will for the colt’s sixth consecutive race and came away with the biggest victory of his young career.“It really hasn’t even hit me yet,” said Gaffalione, who got advice Saturday morning from idol Jerry Bailey. “I can’t even put it into words.”Casse had plenty of words after the contentious situation at the Kentucky Derby that spurred a lawsuit from Maximum Security owners Gary West and a 15-day suspension handed down to jockey Luis Saez. He took issue with West blaming War of Will and Gaffalione.West took Maximum Security off the Triple Crown trail, but Casse was eager to get War of Will back on the track two years after Classic Empire finished second in the Preakness. With the sport in turmoil after the deaths of 24 horses at Santa Anita Park since Dec. 26 and an ongoing quarrel over the future site of the Preakness, Casse’s first Triple Crown victory is a tale of redemption for him and the horse even if he doesn’t want to call it that.“I’m just very happy for Mark to get his first Classic win,” Gaffalione said. “Very happy for the horse. He deserved it more than anything. He’s so special.” Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess View comments Catholic schools seek legislated pay hike, too read more