The collusion grievance filed against the NFL by former 49ers Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid was resolved Friday — not with a bang, but with a confidentiality agreement.A joint statement released by the league and players’ attorneys offered few details and concluded with “there will be no further comment by any party.”Financial terms were not released, but Bleacher Report’s Mike Freeman reported team officials throughout the league speculated it could be a $60-million to $80-million …
A club in southern Assam’s Hailakandi town is promoting biodegradable flags that grow into plants.These handmade cotton flags are embedded with seeds of marigold.“After use, a flag should be planted with respect and some soil and water poured on it. The flag will germinate into a plant in two-three days’ time,” said Shankar Choudhury of Inner Wheel Club.The club’s president Kabita Das said the initiative was undertaken to discourage the use of plastic flags on Independence Day as well as Republic Day. “Such flags are discarded to snowball into an ecological problem. We are promoting the seed-embedded cotton flags toward making the country plastic pollution-free,” she said.
The Wolverhampton Wanderers wing-back celebrated his 19th birthday yesterday as he made his competitive debut with the English Premier League club in the FA Cup.Ryan Giles is a product of Wolverhampton Wanderers‘ youth system.The 19-year-old winger made his debut yesterday in the 2-2 FA Cup draw with Shrewsbury Town as he was celebrating his birthday.“It was a very good game to be involved in,” he told the club’s official website.“It posed something different, and, especially for my development, I can now walk away with this and say to myself that I have gained this experience of being in such a tough game, but also being in a game that’s a bit out of my comfort zone, and was something you wouldn’t come up against usually.”“For that, it’s a win-win situation,” he added.Premier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…“Before the game I was nervous, but I think when you get out there, you get into it.”“Straight away from the warm-up you calm your nerves a little bit, but with the support of all the lads it was very good and made me feel a bit calmer,” he explained how he felt.“It puts the icing on the cake. I think I’ve deserved my opportunity and I’m very grateful for the opportunity that I’ve had, so it’s just a case of keep going, keep working hard and keep trying to improve.”“The experience today has been absolutely amazing. I’ve now got to try and prove to the manager, and all the staff, that I am in a position where I feel like I can compete with the others,” he continued.“It was a tough game. There was a lot of second balls, first balls, to deal with, a lot of aerial battles, it was very direct.”
“Our study is an important step in understanding how the climate change happening in the remote and inhospitable Antarctic waters will impact the warming of the oceans as a whole and future sea level rise,” explained Professor Alberto Naveira Garabato, who led the project, in a press release.You may remember that “Boaty McBoatface” was the winner of an online contest asking the internet to name a new British polar research vessel. In the end, that ship was instead named in honor of Sir David Attenborough and a small yellow drone sub was christened with the noble McBoatface name instead.Now McBoatface’s legacy has been forever enshrined in the annals of science: the new research is published in the latest edition of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.”This study is a great example of how exciting new technology such as the unmanned submarine ‘Boaty McBoatface’ can be used,” said Dr. Povl Abrahamsen of the British Antarctic Survey.It might be a small little McBoatface, but it still feels as if we all live on that yellow submarine and the whole internet is all aboard. Everybody! We all live in a…. Sci-Tech Culture Online This speedboat can go underwater Post a comment Now playing: Watch this: Share your voice Boaty, seen here on a bigger boaty. Povl Abrahamsen, British Antarctic Survey After all these years, it does sort of feel like we all live on this yellow submarine. The intrepid Boaty McBoatface is back in the news yet again now that the first scientific findings using data from the internet’s fave autonomous sub have been published.Back in April of 2017, the mini-sub with the goofy name spent three days maneuvering through the dark, cold and mountainous waters of the Southern Ocean. Over 180 kilometers (112 miles) it measured the temperature, salt content and turbulence of the water at the bottom of this foreboding sea. Boaty’s data helped scientists make a connection between intensifying winds over the Southern Ocean and rising sea levels. Basically, winds near the bottom of the world have been getting stronger thanks to the Antarctic hole in the ozone layer and rising greenhouse gas emissions. The winds appear to increase turbulence deep in the ocean, as detected by Boaty. This turbulence in turn stirs up colder, denser water from the deep with warmer water above. The resulting warming of the water is a significant contributor to rising sea levels, according to researchers from the UK’s University of Southampton. Boaty don’t need to floaty! Boaty McBoatface dives into first Antarctic mission Boaty McBoatface will set sail after all — in the form of a drone sub RRS Boaty McBoatface could be the UK’s next polar research vessel 0 2:13 Tags
A councillor of Phulpur municipality was chopped to death by miscreants in the municipality area on Wednesday evening, reports UNB.The deceased is Sadequr Rahman, councillor from ward-1 of the municipality.Officer-in-charge of Phulpur police station Mahbub Alam said a group of miscreants swooped on Sadequr near the local food silo around 7:30pm and hacked him indiscriminately, leaving him severely injured.Locals took him to Phulpur Upazila Health Complex where the duty physicians declared him dead.The reason behind the murder could not be known immediately, added the OC.
Share Jorge Sanhueza Lyon/KUTCody Wilson is the founder of the Austin-based, 3D-printed gun design firm Defense Distributed.Cody Wilson, founder of the Austin-based, 3D-printed gun design firm Defense Distributed, has reportedly been arrested in Taiwan, according to multiple outlets.Austin police issued an arrest warrant for Wilson on Wednesday on charges that he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl last month in North Austin.Authorities said he traveled to Taipei shortly after and missed his flight back home.EBC News in Taiwan reports Wilson attempted to lease a home in Taipei this week, but a real estate agent recognized him from news coverage and alerted authorities, leading to his arrest.While Taiwan does not have an extradition agreement with the U.S., police there have said they are cooperating with the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force’s investigation and, EBC reports, are planning on returning him to Texas, where he faces a second-degree felony charge of sexual assault.