LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Previous articleApopka schools dip slightly in A-F testingNext articleOn This Day: Medal of Honor Created Dale Fenwick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The Apopka City Council will hold a workshop on Wednesday, July 13th to review the proposed City Center Development Agreement. The Workshop will begin at 4;00 PM.Workshops are open to the public, but no public input is allowed. The public will be able to observe the presentation by Taurus and the discussion between members of the City Council and Taurus Southern Investment.The proposed Agreement does not state what establishments will be included, but it does state what will not be allowed. Prohibited activities include:Dollar Store(s)Tattoo parlorsAny state or governmental officePlasma officesAdult motel, Adult Performance Establishment, Adult Theater, Adult booths, Adult bookstore, adult video store, or Adult Entertainment Establishment(s)Billboards or Outdoor Display advertising boards or pole mounted structuresCell towers (except roof-mounted)Recycling, refuse or garbage facilities or substations (excluding individual trash receptacles)Outdoor storage of equipmentAutomotive sales or serviceAutomotive parts salesGas stationsReligious Facilities or ChurchesRental Car Storage, except for 10 spaces may be designated for use at a satelliteoffice at the hotelThe Agreement does not say what will happen to the Highland Manor, but it does provide for the Developer to give the City 12 months notice to move it or remove it from the site if the Developer decides to not incorporate the Manor into their plans.A vote to approve or disapprove the proposed Development Agreement is expected to happen on Wednesday, July 20, at the next City Council meeting. That will be the first and perhaps last opportunity for the public to voice their opinion(s).Use this link to review the complete Agenda Packet-City Center Workshop, including the proposed Development Agreement. You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here The Anatomy of Fear Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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STAFF REPORT First Heatwave Expected Next Week 69 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it This illustration, created using data from NASA’s Juno mission, depicts high-altitude electrical storms on Jupiter. (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstädt)Researchers studying data from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s Juno spacecraft unveiled new findings on Wednesday — the 9th anniversary of the mission’s launch — including a surprising new form of “shallow lighting” high in Jupiter’s atmosphere, as well as “mushballs” of hail made from ammonia and water.The discoveries are already helping scientists better understand the weather and climate of the solar system’s most massive planet, JPL officials said in a written statement. But the new data has implications that reach even farther than Jupiter.“Understanding the meteorology of Jupiter enables us to develop theories of atmospheric dynamics for all the planets in our solar system, as well as for the exoplanets being discovered outside our solar system,” according to the statement. “Comparing how violent storms and atmospheric physics work across the solar system allows planetary scientists to test theories under different conditions.”Lighting has been observed on Jupiter before, but it has always been assumed that it was similar to lightning on Earth, “occurring only in thunderstorms where water exists in all its phases — ice, liquid, and gas,” the JPL statement explained. But that can only happen deep within Jupiter’s clouds, where it’s warm enough for water to exist as liquid.“Juno’s close flybys of the cloud tops allowed us to see something surprising — smaller, shallower flashes — originating at much higher altitudes in Jupiter’s atmosphere than previously assumed possible,” said Heidi Becker, lead of Juno’s radiation monitoring investigation at JPL. Becker is also the lead author of a paper on the subject that is scheduled to appear in the journal Nature on Thursday.At 126 degrees below zero, temperatures at the high altitudes where lighting was spotted by Juno are far too cold for liquid water, researchers said. The answer to the puzzle turned out to ammonia.“At these altitudes, the ammonia acts like an antifreeze, lowering the melting point of water ice and allowing the formation of a cloud with ammonia-water liquid,” Becker said. “In this new state, falling droplets of ammonia-water liquid can collide with the upgoing water-ice crystals and electrify the clouds. This was a big surprise, as ammonia-water clouds do not exist on Earth.”Scientists on the Juno teams also discovered another strange weather phenomenon on Jupiter in the form of “mushballs” of hail made from a mixture of water and ammonia. The work has appeared in a paper in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets.The finding solved a mystery created by Juno’s observations earlier in its mission, according to JPL.“Juno’s microwave radiometer instrument discovered that ammonia was depleted — which is to say, missing — from most of Jupiter’s atmosphere,” the JPL statement said. “Even more puzzling was that the amount of ammonia changes as one moves within Jupiter’s atmosphere.”By discovering the process through which the ammonia-water hailstones form, the mystery of the missing ammonia may be solved.“Previously, scientists realized there were small pockets of missing ammonia, but no one realized how deep these pockets went or that they covered most of Jupiter,” according to Scott Bolton, Juno principal investigator, of the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio.“We were struggling to explain the ammonia depletion with ammonia-water rain alone, but the rain couldn’t go deep enough to match the observations,” he said. “I realized a solid, like a hailstone, might go deeper and take up more ammonia. When Heidi discovered shallow lightning, we realized we had evidence that ammonia mixes with water high in the atmosphere, and thus the lightning was a key piece of the puzzle.”Looking at both recent discoveries, the anwer emerged.“Combining these two results was critical to solving the mystery of Jupiter’s missing ammonia,” Bolton said. “As it turned out, the ammonia isn’t actually missing; it is just transported down while in disguise, having cloaked itself by mixing with water. The solution is very simple and elegant with this theory: When the water and ammonia are in a liquid state, they are invisible to us until they reach a depth where they evaporate — and that is quite deep.” More Cool Stuff Community News EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Your email address will not be published. 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Top StoriesSC Asks Congress MP Jairam Ramesh To Submit Representation Before Centre On Plea For Food Security [Read Order] Sanya Talwar5 May 2020 12:21 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court on Monday refused to entertain the plea seeking directions to the Centre and state government to ensure the universal coverage of Food Security for all during the COVID-19 pandemic and directed that the issue be taken up as a representation before the concerned authorities.The Congress leader had sought directions from the court that the requirement of ration cards for supply…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court on Monday refused to entertain the plea seeking directions to the Centre and state government to ensure the universal coverage of Food Security for all during the COVID-19 pandemic and directed that the issue be taken up as a representation before the concerned authorities.The Congress leader had sought directions from the court that the requirement of ration cards for supply of rations in the Public Distribution System (PDA) be relaxed till the COVID-19 in order to help mitigate the food shortage and prevent deaths.A bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, Sanjay Kishan Kaul, and BR Gavai in the plea filed by Senior Congress Leader Jairam Ramesh, observed that such petitions must be preceded by some initiative, such as making representations to the Government in terms of the issues.”This is the problem. We are finding that people are approaching the court under Article 32 without even making a representation to the Government. Such petitions should be preceded by some initiative” – Supreme CourtSenior Advocate Salman Khurshid appeared on behalf of Ramesh and submitted that people who had moved back from one place to another were now facing problems as their Ration cards were only valid at the place they were earlier living in. In light of this, he urged that the Government must implement the “Swaraj Abhiyan” Scheme, “this is not adversarial…this is with the intent to help the government” added Khurshid.Solicitor General Tushar Mehta assured the bench that the issue shall be given due respect and consideration on recieving the representation.The former union minister had averred that there was acute food shortage resulting out of the nation-wide lockdown and that there was a need for the implementation of the National Food Security Act (NFSA), 2013 and other measures.”In the facts and circumstances as stated above, it is most respectfully prayed that this Court may be graciously pleased to issue a writ in the nature of mandamus, or any other writ, order or direction to the Respondents to ensure that the National Food Security Act, 2013 is being implemented rigorously by all States,” the petition said.”By not ensuring access to food, the State is violating the fundamental right of food guaranteed to citizens, therefore necessitating recourse to the present Petition. Hence, this Petition,” contended the Petitioner.Click Here To Download Order [Read Order]Next Story
Top Stories’I Have Lost A Valued Colleague’ : CJI Ramana Condoles Passing Away Of Justice Mohan Shantanagoudar LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK25 April 2021 4:04 AMShare This – x Chief Justice of India Justice N. V. Ramana has expressed grief at the passing away of Justice Mohan M. Shantanagoudar, Judge of the Supreme Court of India. “I was hoping for his speedy and complete recovery and his return to the Bench at the earliest. The news of his passing has come as a rude shock. I have lost a valued colleague.In the last four years of my association with him in the Supreme Court, I have benefitted immensely from his amazing legal acumen” , newly sworn-in CJI Ramana said.Advertisement The Chief Justice of India spoke to the son of Justice Shantanagoudar and offered condolences to the bereaved family on his own behalf and on behalf of the Brother and Sister Judges of the Supreme Court.Justice Ramana has shared the bench with Justice Shantanagoudar for a long time to deal with several important cases.It was on Saturday(April 24) night that Justice Shantanagoudar breathed his last at a private hospital in Gurugram, succumbing to prolonged illness.Advertisement He was elevated to the Supreme Court in February 2017 and had a term till May 5, 2023. Before elevation to the Supreme Court, Justice Shantanagoudar was the Chief Justice of Kerala High Court. His parent High Court was Karnataka High Court.Condoling Justice Shantanagoudar’s death, the President of India Ram Nath Kovind tweeted, “The demise of Justice Mohan M. Shantanagoudar has caused deep sorrow. His sound contribution and caliber enabled him to serve as a judge at Karnataka & Kerala High Courts, & finally, the Supreme Court. He leaves behind a void in legal fraternity. My condolences to his family”.Advertisement Advertisement The demise of Justice Mohan M. Shantanagoudar has caused deep sorrow. His sound contribution and caliber enabled him to serve as a judge at Karnataka & Kerala High Courts, & finally, the Supreme Court. He leaves behind a void in legal fraternity. My condolences to his family.— President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) April 25, 2021 Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad also expressed his condolences.Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Union Minister of Law and Justice Ravi Shankar Prasad (@rsprasad) condoles passing away of Supreme Court Judge, Justice Mohan Shantanagoudar. https://t.co/i3KvRdkguw— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) April 25, 2021 Remembering Justice Mohan Shantanagoudar Through His Judgments TagsCJI NV Ramana Justice Mohan Shantanagoudar Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
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Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Governmentto phase in OH service for GP practice staff under NHS planGPsand practice staff are to get access to an occupational health service for thefirst time, under new government plans.Theinitiative, unveiled by health minister John Hutton at the end of June, willmean GPs and primary care staff will be provided with regular risk assessmentsto identify workplace hazards, pre-employment health assessments and access toOH nurses and physicians.Theywill also be offered immunisation, boosters, blood tests and counsellingservices.Whilethe services are being established – they are due to be up and running by nextMarch – a local telephone service will be set up offering advice onoccupational health and safety.NHStrust and health authority staff have long had access to OH services, but GPsand their staff have not – although some authorities make services availablethrough locally financed schemes.Huttonsaid, “GPs and their staff work very hard – doing a great job underpressure. That is why introducing these services is so important. By improvinghealth and safety in their work lives, GPs and their staff will be able to makethe best contribution to improving patient care.”DrPeter Verow, consultant occupational physician at Sandwell Health Care Trust,said the development had been “long awaited” but it would take sometime for OH services to gauge what level of demand was needed.GPpractices vary in size and complexity with some simply wanting health andsafety advice and others a full OH service.Thelocal OH service would first need to negotiate with the health authority orprimary care trust to agree on an appropriate level of service, he argued. Butthe best route was to have a dedicated OH nurse to establish and develop the service.”Ifit is just part of a job of another OH person in a unit then there is a dangerit becomes another service that is not pushed,” he said.TheGovernment’s NHS Plan, published last summer, pledged to invest £6m in 2001/02,and a further £2m in 2003/04, to make OH services available to GPs and theirstaff. www.doh.gov.uk/healthandsafety Previous Article Next Article OH care for GP practicesOn 1 Sep 2001 in Personnel Today