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falling on top of my opponent

The Uruguay forward, 27, was suspended from all football for biting Italy's Chiellini in a World Cup match.

"The truth is that my colleague Giorgio Chiellini suffered the physical result of a bite in the collision he suffered with me," said Suarez in a statement.

Suarez has previously said he lost his balance and did not bite Chiellini康和堂

It is his third career ban for biting after incidents with Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic while at Liverpool in April 2013, and PSV's Otman Bakkal while at Ajax in 2010.

"I deeply regret what occurred," added Suarez. "I apologise to Giorgio Chiellini and the entire football family. I vow to the public that there will never again be another incident like this."

Chiellini had himself called the ban "excessive", while, in his written submission to Fifa, Suarez said: "I lost my balance, making my body unstable and falling on top of my opponent."

Responding to the statement, Chiellini sent Suarez a public message on Twitter, saying: "It's all forgotten. I hope Fifa will reduce your suspension."康和堂

Suarez will miss the first nine games of the Premier League season and return to football on 26 October.

He will have missed a total of 39 matches because of biting offences by the time he serves his latest suspension, having been banned for 10 games after the Ivanovic incident Medicox.

by ulikoo | 2014-07-08 16:53 | g-suite cardinal man

wealthy Chinese billionaires Lushan earthquake

According to Chinese media reports, the ad appeared in the New York Times print edition on Monday, announcing that Chen would host a charity luncheon at New York Central Park's Loeb Boathouse on June 25 for 1,000 "poor and destitute Americans". Each participant would also receive $300.

Chen, who is known for theatricalphilanthropic stunts, has a photo of himself in the ad placed side-by-side with a picture of Lei Feng, a Chinese soldier from the Mao-era who is celebrated as a selfless model citizen. The title above the images says, "China's 'Lei Feng for a new era Dream beauty pro hard sell. '"

Those who wish to join the luncheon need to RSVP via a Hotmail email address

Chen said he was hoping the lunch would show the US that there are Chinese philanthropists.

"There are many wealthy Chinese billionaires but most of them gained their wealth from market speculation and colluding with government officials while destroying the environment. I can't bear the sight of it," Chen told the South China Morning Post.

Making his fortune from recycling domestic waste and construction materials in China, Chen has been in the media spotlight in recent years for his dramatic publicity stunts promoting philanthropic causes .

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He arrived at the scene of the 2013 Lushan earthquake in Sichuan just hours after the disaster took place and personally handed out cash to the victims virtual office.

by ulikoo | 2014-06-24 11:57 | love

started thinking about different coaches

Andy Murray: BBC pundits give their views on new coach Mauresmo
Hopefully it will work out well. The fact that she's a woman really wasn't something I considered much once the decision was made. I've brought in Amelie because I feel like I need something extra. I've won Grand Slam titles now and that's the level I want to get back to.
In a lot of ways it's been a tough year for me since I last played on grass. Getting over the back surgery I had in September was a hard process. In the Slams, I played decent: a couple of quarters and then the semis at the French, which was a pretty good effort despite the result at the end
It took a good three or four months after the surgery before I felt strong enough to play some longer matches, and even at the French I struggled a little bit physically.
From time to time I still feel the back but, in comparison to what it was like during the clay-court season last year, it's so much better. I used to be struggling when I woke up in the morning, whereas now I wake up and don't have any problems. It was affecting almost everything I did before, and now that's not the case.
Andy Murray's Grand Slam record
Australian Open耳穴戒煙
Runner-up three times
French Open
Twice a semi-finalist
2013 champion and 2012 runner-up
US Open
Won title in 2012 and runner-up once
The split with Ivan Lendl was also hard to get over for a little while because he was a huge part of my career. He had a big influence on me and my team.
He was the leader because of all the things he achieved and the results we had together. That gives you more influence. If things are going horribly it's a bit different, but things had gone very well. It was tough for me, for sure, for a few weeks, but once I started thinking about different coaches, I started to move on and look for something different.
It's very early days with Amelie and part of the job is making her feel comfortable around me and the rest of the team.
I remember seeing her play football in Indian Wells a few years ago and she looked pretty good. Maybe we'll test out her skills. The football-tennis game we use in practice is probably quite a good way to get her involved, quite a lot of banter flies around during those games.
Just spending time around her at the tournament, being on court, that kind of thing takes a bit of time, but it was great to have her on the team on Wednesday. And most important of all, we started with a win

by ulikoo | 2014-06-12 13:21 | love

miniature cameras connected

Some advances published in the journal directly demonstrate how these challenges can be overcome.

Others simply show, in very fine detail, exactly how flying animals achieve what they do. And such insights - for example, looking at how tiny insects stabilise themselves in turbulent air - will help inform future drone design.

To mimic what Prof Lentink described as insects' "amazing capability of flight in clutter ", one team of researchers, from the University of Maryland, engineered sensors for their experimental drone based on insects' eyes.

With sensors based on insect eyes, a drone is able to navigate through a narrow space
These "eyes" are actually miniature cameras connected to an on-board computer that is programmed to steer the drone away from surrounding objects.

Another team of researchers from the University of Pennsylvania has engineered a raptor-like appendage for a drone, enabling it to grasp objects at high speeds by swooping in like a bird of prey.

Among the work focusing on unravelling the mysteries of insect, bird and bat flight, was an experiment by researchers at the University of North Carolina - tethering a moth inside a lab-based tornado chamber.

Footage of the flying insect revealed how it twisted its wings to compensate for the unstable, swirling air.

Another team led by Prof Kenny Breuer at Brown University built an eerily accurate robotic copy of a bat wing, demonstrating the wing's remarkable range of movement and flexibility. This is largely thanks to the thin wing membrane that is unique to bats

Prof Kenny Breuer from Brown University explains what this eerily realistic robotic wing has revealed about flying mammals' remarkable wings
Membrane-based bat wings are of particular interest to drone engineers, because they are so tolerant of impact.

"They deform instead of breaking," explained Prof Lentink. "They are also adapting better to the airflow because they're so flexible preamp."

'Benefiting humanity'
Dr Mirko Kovac is director of the aerial robotics laboratory at Imperial College, London. His team is currently working on robots that can "perch" on trees and other objects, enabling drones to become "mobile networks of sensors".

"I'm very excited about the future of this field," he told the BBC.

"There are a lot of tasks that we can do with flying robots, such as sensing pollution, observing and protecting wildlife, or we could use them for search and rescue operations after tsunamis

by ulikoo | 2014-05-26 15:07 | business

given 65 electrical pulses to the brain

geijlsngi15 Each subject was given 65 electrical pulses to the brain using transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), targeting a elyze specific point in the motor cortex.

The researchers focused on stimulating involuntary movements of each person's thumb and then asked volunteers to move their thumbs for 30 minutes in the opposite direction (without electromagnetic currents) as the uncontrolled reaction caused by the experiment. Dating Service
The volunteers were then pulsed a second time to see if their brains had learned to move their thumbs in the new direction. If the thumbs twitched in the new path, it showed that the brain was adaptable to change.
Salas assumed that because lack of sleep has been associated with decreased memory and concentration during the day, the brains of the sound sleepers would be more easily trained. Ironically, the opposite was true. The results showed that plasticity was elyze more prevalent in the brains of individuals with insomnia. Salas' report also found a link between increased plasticity and amplified excitability. So basically, insomniacs have more ongoing brain activity than deep sleepers.

by ulikoo | 2014-04-01 19:25 | business