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Mar 29, 2019
Chelsea news: 'To win a tournament is not just flowers' - David Luiz's creative Europa League warning - Goal.com
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A penalty shoot-out success over Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena was then followed by another triumph 12 months later.
The Europa League was secured in 2013 with a 2-1 win over Benfica.
That proved to be an emotional occasion for Luiz against his former club, but he was delighted to get his hands on more major silverware.
Chelsea are now back in the hunt for 2019, with Mauruzio Sarri’s side having made their way to the quarter-finals.
Slavia Prague are next up for a side expected to mount a serious challenge for the ultimate prize, but Luiz is aware that the Blues will not have things all their own way.
He told the club’s official website: “To understand we have to be ready for every single moment.
“Bad moments can arrive, emotional moments can arrive, hard moments can arrive, and we have to be ready for that. To win a tournament is not just flowers.
“I have learned a lot in my career, and football is nice because there is always something new, and you also have to be ready for that!”
Chelsea are yet to suffer a defeat in this season’s Europa League.
Impressive progress has been made to the quarter-finals, with Dynamo Kiev swept aside 8-0 on aggregate in the last 16.
Sarri’s side should be confident of prolonging their adventure, but there is the potential for bigger tests to come.
Napoli and Arsenal have been paired together in the last eight, s... Jan 25, 2019
Emiliano Sala: Nantes fans lay flowers in tribute to Cardiff City footballer, whose plane went missing - talkSPORT
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Daniel Sturridge says he is 'happy' and not focused on Liverpool future
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Piers Morgan brands 'Ozil' pathetic and questions Arsenal midfielder's heart
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New remains discovered at site of famous Neanderthal 'flower burial' - Science Magazine
Neanderthal views of death. Science caught up with archaeologist and team co-leader Christopher Hunt of Liverpool John Moores University in the United Kingdom to learn more.
This interview has been edited for length and clarity.
Q: Why re-excavate?
A: Shanidar has yielded very important and sometimes controversial evidence, but all of the excavation evidence is old. So a key issue is testing Solecki's hypotheses of burial and ritual activity. Our project is led by archaeologists Graeme Barker, Tim Reynolds, and me. We have been working in the cave since 2014, reassessing the work done by Solecki, dating his layers, and doing all the modern science not available to him.
Q: Why did you want to be part of the excavation?
A: I was motivated by the work of pollen expert Arlette Leroi-Gourhan, who recovered clumps of pollen close to one skeleton. She interpreted this as evidence for the placing and burial of flowers around the body. I think her evidence is plausible, but other explanations are also at least equally possible. The new find is adjacent to the "flower burial" body, so we have a unique opportunity to test her observations.
Q: What did you discover?
A: We located fragmentary human bone 2 years ago, but could not excavate-we were at the end of a season, and there were 2 meters of cave sediment containing both archaeology and huge boulders above it. So we covered it and left it. Last summer, we noticed what appeared to be a fresh disturbance nearby, so we made the decision to excavate. We had to lift out one 3-ton boulder without disturbing anything below it, plus several smaller ones. Human bone specialist Emma Pomeroy, who joined the University of Cambridge this month, was the first person to see the skull as she was troweling. She knew pretty quickly what it was. On first seeing the partly exposed skull, my immediate thought was that this was likely the crowning moment of my 40-year career.
The bones of the new skeleton fit together as they would have in life. The lower body and legs would have extended into the block of sediment containing the "flower burial," which also contained partial remains of two other adults, both female, and a fragment of a juvenile. Whether the new find relates to one of these individuals is unclear. Analysis has a long way to go, but we should be able to test the hypothesis of the "flower burial," as well as doing all the great science-based things you can do with a Neanderthal these days!
This crushed Neanderthal skull was unearthed last fall at Shanidar cave in Iraq, right next to th... Apr 22, 2016
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PA Cyber founder Nick Trombetta's federal trial to start in June
Prosecutors allege that Trombetta, an Aliquippa native and East Liverpool, Ohio, resident, siphoned millions of taxpayer dollars in a scheme using a web of entities -- including the Rochester-based National Network of Digital Schools (NNDS), now known as Lincoln Learning Solutions, and Avanti Management Group in Koppel -- associated with Midland-based PA Cyber, which he founded and led for years.
Conti ordered that the trial will immediately start after a jury is picked and that court will run from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The trial will take place in U.S. District Court in Pittsburgh.
After a motions hearing Monday, Conti dismissed Trombetta’s request to have the tax conspiracy charge thrown out and his motion to separate his trial from that of his accountant Neal Prence, who faces a single count of tax conspiracy.
Charged in August 2013, Trombetta tried to have evidence tossed out in 2014 by claiming the FBI violated his attorney-client privilege by recording certain conversations with former Beaver County solicitor Joe Askar, now an attorney for Lincoln Learning Solutions, former PA Cyber attorney Tim Barry, and Leo Daly and Ralph Monico, attorneys who used to represent NNDS.
Conti ruled last July that Askar, Daly and Monico did not represent Trombetta when they were recorded. In November, Conti ruled that recordings between Trombetta and Barry did not violate ... (Timesonline.com)Feb 3, 2016
Cosmic Classroom: Tim Peake Answers Questions of School Kids
On Tuesday, Major Tim Peake talked to hundreds of school students in a live broadcast to the World Museum in Liverpool. Hundreds of school kids traveled to the World Museum to see the live stream, and thousands of others watched the event from their classrooms around the country.
The event in Liverpool was hosted by Dr Kevin Fong from University College Hospital London.
"Hello to the World Museum in Liverpool." Major Tim said after linking up with the schoolchildren.
"Welcome on board the International Space Station, Good Afternoon."
The first question came from Harry, aged 5, who asked Tim "What can you see out of your windows?"
"Listen Harry." Major Peake said, "I've got a window I'm going to go and have a look. At the minute we're in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean but we're coming up to Africa. It's magnificent to see from space."
Another student Riley asked Tim whether his heart beats faster in space?
"Riley, that's a great question and actually it's the opposite." replied Tim.
"My heart beats slower because it doesn't have to pump all the blood around the body so the heart have a reall... (BizTek Mojo)