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IT’S THAT TIME of the year again when the pretty but painful bluebottle washes onto beaches around Australia. If you’re one of the millions of Australians who live on the coast, it’s highly likely you’ve been stung at least once. But aside from learning quickly to steer clear of this infamous hermaphrodite, many of us know little about them, including how to correctly treat a sting.

Although bluebottles appear to be single animals they’re actually colonial organisms known as siphonophores. Within the colony, specialised polyps make up the float, tentacles, digestive system and gonozooids (for reproduction). In some ways a bluebottle is anindividualas well as a colony, explains Lisa ann.

“They have repetitive parts that function separately, like a colony, but they cannot survive alone, like an individual,” she says.

We also know that the float, or sac, supports the colony and can grow up to 15cm. These floats have the fascinating feature of leaning to the left or right a design believed to be the marine stinger’s way of ensuring that only part of a population is blown into shore and stranded during certain wind conditions.

Multi tentacled form of Physalia, preserved. “I think it’s one of the coolest things about them.”

A group of bluebottles is called an ‘armada’, which is the Portuguese and Spanish word for a naval fleet.

How and what do they eat?

Bluebottles are active fishers, dragging their tentacles through the water in search of prey. They catch, sting and kill fish and other small marine life,
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and then the main fishing tentacle contracts the prey towards the mouths (yes, plural) of the bluebottle.

“The tentacles are armed with batteries of powerful stinging cells called nematocysts, which inject potent venom into prey, immobilising it more or less immediately,” says Lisa ann.

“To us, it hurts, but to a fish the violence of being impaled by thousands of tiny harpoons and immobilised with a cocktail of muscle toxins and neurotoxins can be powerfully destructive.”

Where do they live?

Armadas of bluebottles travel the ocean’s surface at the mercy of wind. As a result, we see several species in Australian waters. The dominant species, however, isPhysalia utriculus, which has a half crested float and a single main fishing tentacle. They are most prevalent in sub tropical regions, but will sometimes turn up in large numbers in North Queensland. Generally, though, large armadas can be found along beaches on the Gold Coast, around Sydney and Perth, and across Tasmania, says Lisa ann.

If you get stung

There are two types of bluebottle stings. The sting from the Physalia utriculus is fairly uneventful, says Lisa ann,
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and the pain generally fades within 30 minutes. The larger species in Australia (which is yet to be named and classified) has multiple main tentacles and causes Irukandji syndrome.

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The morale of the classic tale of the tortoise and the hare is at its simplest that slow and steady wins the race.

Well, think of the London International Airport as the tortoise and other big city airports such as those in Toronto, Detroit and Hamilton as the hare and you will soon see why Michael Seabrook feels pretty good about the facility’s future.

Mr. Seabrook, vice president of London International Airport, was discussing the facility’s recently announced $6.5 million expansion plans when he said the future looks good for a business that has always taken the slow and steady approach.

“We are happy with the direction we are going. We are proud of the accomplishments we have had. But there continues to be considerably more potential for this facility. This is a business where you grind your way through projects, keep poking around and finding opportunities and try to find products and services to meet those opportunities,” Mr. Seabrook says. “With the cyclical nature of the airline industry, although with our business we have continued to chug along with nice, incremental growth every year, you do have to be cautious. That is how we have proceeded over the past 12 years and we are going to continue to do that. I don’t think in my lifetime we will ever find the upper limit of what we can do.”

The airport’s latest expansion the last having taken place in 2003 is designed to create more room for passengers, accommodate the jet traffic that has grown more important in recent years and provide an anchor for growth of not only the facility, but the Forest City as well.

Since privatizing in 1998 and moving from a money losing federal government operation to a profitable, free market business, Mr. Seabrook says the airport has continued to grow into one of the busiest depending on how one chooses to measure such things in the entire country.

“It is certainly a growing airport. We have tried to position ourselves as the hub airport in southwestern Ontario. We have attracted new airlines, we have built our revenue base significantly diversified it as well over many different revenue sources and we have increased our passenger numbers substantially,” Mr. Seabrook says. “Our gross revenue is $10.8 million. We saw about 500,000 travelers last year, which is up about 58 per cent over the last four years. As measured by aircraft movements takeoffs and landings we are about the sixth busiest airport in Canada. In terms of passenger movements, depending on the ranking, we’d probably be about the 10th, 11th, 12th busiest, something like that.”

That success has come in many ways due to a situation Mr. Seabrook says is fairly unique to London.

“We have a phenomenon here called leakage. And what that means is that we have competing airports in our backyard, Detroit, Toronto, Hamilton for that matter. We lose traffic into and out of our marketplace to those large, competing airports,” Mr. Seabrook says. “So what we are trying to do is get the right services in here to reduce that leakage. We do pretty well on the domestic side within Canada.”

Mr. Seabrook says the airport’s expansion plans and construction is expected to begin this summer with a completion date in 2011 will help address that leakage issue, as well as, allow for new business opportunities.

“The expansion was triggered by an increase in passenger numbers and a change in aircraft types. If you went back to our terminal expansion in 2003, we were entirely a turbo prop operation. Now, we are a combination of turbo prop and jet. Ideally, those jet operations look for a few things different in a terminal building than turbo props,” Mr. Seabrook says. “One difference being loading bridges, the jet ways. This new terminal expansion will include five of them; connect the terminal building directly to the aircraft. There will still be five gates for ground loading aircraft. And we will still have our covered walkway system to get people out to those aircraft.”

The addition of the passenger bridges and accommodation of increased jet traffic will see the airport expand its 85,000 sq. ft. terminal by approximately 15,000 sq. ft. Those plans, Mr. Seabrook says, shouldn’t disrupt the airport’s staff or ongoing operations.

“The beauty of this is right now we believe we can build the addition with little or no disruption to what exists today. It is an add on to the building. It will be something of a segregated construction area. We do have some minor renovations to do to the existing building as we marry the two together,” Mr. Seabrook says. “The idea is to get the new part totally completed, open it up, and then incrementally renovate what we have to in the existing part. The passenger will not see a disruption in the services.”

Preventing any possible disruption or as much as is possible is something Mr. Seabrook says a good deal of effort has gone into. “We have to make sure everyone from the airlines to the passengers to the cleaners, to anybody who potentially will work in this area; we have tried to think through these things with those people in mind, to try and design something that works functionally for everybody. There certainly was input from all those parties.”

The project does carry a $6.5 million price tag, but Mr. Seabrook says will be financed in many respects out of the airport’s own success.

“We have to finance this thing obviously. We are doing that in two ways. There is a modest loan for one. The other part, there are no shareholders as part of our company that benefits at the end of the day,” Mr. Seabrook says. “So any profit we make gets returned to either reducing the cost of operating or it goes into the capital expansion of the facility. So that is where the majority of the financing is coming from.”

Once the expansion is complete, Mr. Seabrook says focus will shift to adding on to the services that have made the airport such as success.

“We want to get a combination of services that feed into a carrier’s main hub like an Air Canada in Toronto, United in Chicago, Delta in Detroit. And we also want to have those key destinations we can support direct service. Right now we have Vancouver, Winnipeg, Calgary, Chicago, Detroit, Ottawa,” Mr. Seabrook says. “We would like to get seasonal and then year round Halifax service in here. We would like to get some additional Montreal direct service. Certainly we would like something on the eastern seaboard, whether it is New York or Washington or somewhere in that direction, we would like to get direct service to.”

In addition to the regular direct services coming out of London, Mr. Seabrook says the airport will also look to expand its seasonal services an aspect of the business that has proven to be quite successful.

“Last year we had four operators doing Caribbean and Florida service. We want to continue growing that season charter business. That is a part we think we can grow,” Mr. Seabrook says. “Also in the summertime, there is a substantial amount of European travel out of our catchment area. So we would like to see on our list of target services to go after is European service. Initially seasonal and then the hope, as with any season service, is that it can support year round. But you crawl before you walk.”

Once the renovations are completed and efforts to expand services are well underway, Mr. Seabrook says London International Airport will continue to build on its role not just in the province and country, but the community as well.

“I think what we are, and what we will be, are the same thing. It is just to what extent. For any successful city to thrive they need a good transportation network and our city is no exception. We need the ability to get airfreight into and out of our area of southwestern Ontario efficiently. We need the ability to get people into and out of our area. We are certainly the conduit to make that happen,” Mr. Seabrook says. “We are certainly aware of our role in that, both in the cargo and the passenger side; we are out there all the time trying to determine what the market needs and then finding services that can satisfy that need.”

Today the airport directly employs 150 200 people. However, if you look at the total employee group taking into account everything that is associated with the airport that number jumps to 1,752 employees.

Mr. Seabrook says the needs of those employees and in fact everyone in the Forest City have helped shape the airport into one of London’s most important economic engines.

“We do think about our role. One is to be economically viable; we have to be responsible financially, making a profit every year that can be retained into capital projects at the airport. We certainly want to be a big player in community development. We want to work with community players,” Mr. Seabrook says. “We are the largest airport in this area of southwestern Ontario, so we want to be that stimulus for new businesses to come here. We are conscious of our role in helping to grow that and help produce jobs for our community.”
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ROCKY MOUNT, Va. A Virginia State Trooper received Facebook praise from a worried mother over the way he took care of her stranded son.

When Joseph Owusu’s car got a flat tire while the Virginia Tech student drove home from school last week, Trooper Matt Okes spent hours with the 20 year old student to make sure he was safe on the dark and busy road.

“Facebook friends, join me in expressing my gratitude to God and to Officer Matt Okes, a Virginia State Police officer. in the middle of nowhere,” Dr. Nada Owusu posted on Facebook. “My son had his back tire blown off his car last night on his way home from school. This kind officer approached him, didn’t ask if the little Mercedes was stolen, but rather got on his knees to replace his tire.”

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so Trooper Okes positioned his well lit cruiser to make sure truckers and other drivers on Route 220 south were aware of Joseph’s stranded car as AAA and his worried parents responded.

“Even before we left home, I kept telling my son I need to thank this officer,” Dr. Owusu said. “Even when AAA came, [Trooper Okes] stayed.”

The photo Dr. Owusu posted on Facebook has been shared more than 16,000 times.

“There’s a lot of good in this world and people want to hear positive stories,” Dr. Owusu said. “As far as I was concerned, there was a good person waiting with my son. I didn’t care if he was green, blue,
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Arsenal had option on Fabregas when Barcelona sought to offload him three years ago.

The Spaniard eventually returned to the Premier League with Arsenal bitter rivals Chelsea, but the Gunners had the chance to bring back a player who had spent eight years with the club.

In an interview with Sky Sports before Chelsea and Arsenal drew 0 0 on Sunday read 16 Conclusions and do it now he confirmed that Arsenal didn even contact him despite having first refusal on the player.

The Gunners would sign Alexis Sanchez from Barca that summer so, y it all worked out.

I made the decision to leave Barca, Arsenal had the first option, and Barcelona had the obligation to contact Arsenal first, he said.

they had a week to basically respond yes or no to the buy out clause.

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among other clubs, but after I spoke to [Jose] Mourinho in the meantime he convinced me that it was a great place to come.

week passed, Arsenal never responded, never contacted me either, so I took it as them having enough players in their squad, so I made my move to Chelsea.
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Akuoma Omeoga (left), Seun Adigun and Ngozi Onwumere will field the first bobsled team from the continent of Africa at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Adigun attended Evanston and Homewood Flossmoor high schools, where she ran track at both schools.

Akuoma Omeoga (left), Seun Adigun and Ngozi Onwumere will field the first bobsled team from the continent of Africa at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Adigun attended Evanston and Homewood Flossmoor high schools, where she ran track at both schools.

Adigun lit up at the mere mention of Becky McCabe, the girls track and field coach at H F in 2005. Seun that season was a state runner up in the 100 and 300 meter hurdles and part of the 1,600 meter relay champion team. She transferred to H F from Evanston, where she ran on a pair of state champion relays and also took seventh in the Class AA 400 in 2003.

“Coach McCabe!” Adigun exclaimed. “I love her. Her and coach (Rob) Assise, and coach Fuzzy (Fernandos Matthews) were like the rock that became a foundation for me into college.

“I didn’t see myself as a track and field athlete, I saw myself as a basketball player. Meeting them and connecting with my best friend Deserea Brown was one of the best things that ever happened to me. That set a direction.”

Even then, Adigun was sending others in positive directions.

“Her attitude and positivity was infectious,” McCabe said. “She was just this amazing, happy go getter. And you knew this was just the beginning.

“Seun was born to make amazing things happen. She was a natural leader. She got along (with everybody) so well and set a great example of being a part of a team and having the right attitude.”

Adigun had a stellar career as a sprinter and hurdler at the University of Houston, winning a bronze medal at the NCAA Outdoor Championships.

The height of her track success came in 2012, when Adigun represented Nigeria at the Summer Olympics in London.

After retiring as a hurdler, Adigun noticed that track athletes were competing in the 2014 Winter Games. She shocked everyone but herself when she decided to embark on a bobsled career.

Adigun was training with Team USA in 2015 when she got an even more dramatic idea. team and the coaches to do something to help the sport grow and bring more continents to the sport,” she said. “It was important to try and help Nigeria get its first Winter Olympians, and also represent the continent of Africa in bobsledding.

“It seemed like it had grown to be so much larger than me at that point. It was almost like a calling from God.”

Seun’s younger brother Femi is an accomplished rap artist. I caught his act recently at Homewood Flossmoor, and got his take on big sister’s accomplishments.

“Our family is super close,” Femi said. “She’s our princess. It’s great to watch so many things happen that she says are going to happen. She just one ups herself every time.”

The time is now for another up.

“To be honest, I think the only thing at this point that’s left to achieve is to finish strong,” Adigun said. “Knowing that I gave every single thing that I could for the past two years to create this team, that’s going to be the only fulfillment necessary.
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Department of Education dropping accountability options previously supported by Gov. Rick Snyder.

Snyder had backed proposed A F letter grade system listed as two of three options in the state initial education plan filed under the federal Every Student Succeeds Act. But the state department revised plan drops those A F options in favor of a single school level dashboard. also makes other modifications requested by federal officials several weeks ago as the state seeks approval after filing an initial plan in April.

the plan first was submitted, it contained three options for school accountability, State Superintendent Brian Whiston said Aug. 18 in a statement. the Legislature adjourned for the summer, it became clear that we would be going forward with a transparency dashboard.

staff have been working diligently to fully develop that dashboard and an index from which to identify the state most struggling schools. Identifying those struggling schools is required by both federal and state law, along with the supports those schools will be receiving. legislators have long debated creation of a statewide A F letter grade system to rate individual schools. And while the new federal education plan does not call for an A F system, legislators could still mandate it in the future.

State Sen. Phil Pavlov, who chairs the education policy committee, said the state education department filed its initial plan prematurely. He expects the Legislature to in on a potential A F system in September.

think we going to fully vet that proposal and that process, said Pavlov, R St. Clair Township, who had not yet reviewed the revised education plan filed. thought it was a little early to be submitted (in April), but we going to continue talking. noted the $617 million Detroit schools bailout Snyder signed last year calls for the state School Reform Office to create an A F letter grade system for the city new debt free district.

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he said. think the way to go with this is something consistent that all districts comply with rather than one part of the state using a dashboard while another district is required by statute to use A F. transparency dashboard, supported by the State Board of Education and described in a recent policy outline, will compare schools to the state average and peer schools on a variety of performance metrics.

The state plans to release the first phase of the transparency dashboard this fall and finalize it by late 2019.

The education department said it also added technical details and clarified aspects of its initial plan required under the federal Every Student Succeeds Act.

ESSA, which replaced the No Child Left Behind Act, requires states to develop plans that address standards, assessments, school and district accountability and special help for struggling schools.

A Snyder spokeswoman declined immediate comment on the revised plan, saying the governor office is to need time to review it. an April letter confirming he was consulted during development of the initial plan, Snyder said he did not support the transparency dashboard option because it would not assign letter grades.

summative A F letter grade for schools empowers parents, offers transparency, and focuses resources where they are needed most, the governor said at the time.

look forward to working with our partners in the Legislature on crafting a school accountability system that works for Michigan students and parents. State Board of Education in March adopted an official statement opposing an A F letter grade system, saying it increases the high stakes nature of the statewide assessment and thereby negatively affects the education of students. and federal education officials discussed potential modifications to the education plan earlier this month. The state filed the revised plan Aug. Department of Education.

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Whiston said. decisions made on the resubmitted plan were based on their input throughout the original process.

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The elevated walkway reaches 40 feet in some places and will give visitors an amazing view.

“Here you can, you know, look across in the tree tops. You can look down at the ground and it’s just, seeing the world from a different perspective,” Whiting said.

The pond arm overlooks one of the ponds Herbert H. Dow, the original owner of the land and founder of The Dow Chemical Company, created in the early 1900’s.

The pines arm will have a cargo net in the middle of the triangle shaped walkway.

The orchard arm will overlook a soon to be planted apple orchard.

Dow planted a large orchard on the property more than a century ago, but today, only one of the original trees remain.

The orchard arm will have a special feature too.

“It will have kind of a party deck out on the end of it,” Whiting said.

Whiting hopes the Canopy Walk will draw in people of all ages, especially children, who can make new memories here just like he did as a child.

“The idea here is to get kids out in nature, do unstructured play,” Whiting said.

The Canopy Walk was designed with everyone in mind. The entire walkway slowly rises and is handicap accessible.

“Imagine is you live your life in a wheelchair and you know, you can’t climb a tree, literally. But now, suddenly, you’re wheelchair bound but here you’re in the tree tops,” Whiting said.

A playground will be built on the land with special seating for parents.

The seats will be situated in a way that parents will be able to strike up conversations with other parents as they watch their kids play in the enclosed playground.

A direct route to anther popular attraction is part of the project.

“We’ll building two bridges that will go across to Dow Gardens, and the idea is we want this to feel like it’s an extension of Dow Gardens,” Whiting said.
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Irving, Texas based Exxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM) announced March 1 it has entered into a new marketing partnership with the Houston Rockets and two other NBA teams.

With the deal, Exxon Mobil becomes the “Official Partner of the Houston Rockets and Toyota Center.” The company also signed similar multiyear deals with the Charlotte Hornets and the Boston Celtics.

The financial terms of the deals were not disclosed. However, these deals extend Exxon’s status as the “Official Motor Fuel of the National Basketball Association.” Exxon signed that multiyear sponsorship deal in 2016, making its Mobil 1 brand of synthetic motor oil the NBA, WNBA and D League’s official motor oil, motor fuel and lubricant.

Prior to 2016, the NBA had not had a motor oil sponsor for more than 15 years. Castrol had league rights from 1993 until 2000. Rachel Jacobson, NBA senior vice president of business development and global partnerships, said at the time that Exxon Mobil is “endemic to motorsports, but we open up a new demographic.”

With 14,000 employees in the Houston area, Exxon is the third largest energy employer in the Bayou City, according to Houston Business Journal research.

Meanwhile, Tilman Fertitta, the sole owner of Houston based restaurant empire Landry’s Inc. and the Golden Nugget Casinos and Hotels, bought the Houston Rockets last year from Les Alexander, another local billionaire. Alexander had owned the team for 24 years. The deal included operation of the Toyota Center Arena. Fertitta paid $2.2 billion for the team, which is a record sale price for an NBA franchise and surpasses the $2 billion that Steve Ballmer paid for the Los Angeles Clippers in 2014.
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By Robert F. Gary Gustafson leans on his ice ax to catch his breath. His legs and lungs, straining from nearly five hours of climbing and 4,000 feet of elevation gain, plead for rest before he spies the top of an antenna on the summit. Soon, the crampons of his mountaineering boots are once again digging into the icy terrain as he and a partner make the final push to the granite rooftop of New England. kind of like Heartbreak Hill on the Boston Marathon,” says Gustafson, 58, of Conway. “[Heartbreak’s] really not much of a hill but it’s where it hits you . that makes it such a tough obstacle. That’s kind of what the summit cone is like. You can see the top and you want to just be there psychologically but first you got to grind it out.” payoff is being able to stand on the summit of 6,288 foot Mount Washington, the highest point in the Northeast. The peak is famous for some of the harshest weather on Earth, where winds reach hurricane speeds on an average of once every three days during the winter. you’re a winter hiker in the White Mountains, it’s one of the ultimate hikes,” said Gustafson. and his hiking partner, Linda Dewey, waited about four weeks for the right day. Their patience paid off recently with a 28 degree day and midday winds of only 30 mph. don’t want to be up there when the wind chills are down around 50 below,” said Gustafson. are several buildings on the summit including the Mount Washington Observatory where scientists recorded 231 mph winds in 1934, a record that stood for nearly 62 years. The facilities are closed to the public during the winter and some of the structures are chained down. this day, large shards of thick glass lay on the ground near the wooden building after one of its windows was blown out by a 140 mph gust earlier this winter. Rime ice, a form of white freezing fog, clings to the windward side of nearly every building, antenna and rock on the summit, giving the place an otherworldly feel. seldom linger for long here. Most go directly to the sign that marks the summit to pose for a celebratory photo, then add an extra layer of clothing and search for a place to hunker down on the lee side of a building to fuel up for the descent. Eyestone, 31, of Portland, Maine, who made his first solo climb in mid March, said he was fascinated by the arctic world he had entered in just a few hours of hiking. environment is intense,” said Eyestone. “It might as well be a different planet.” /wrapper >
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