Updated 7:58 am CDT, Thursday, June 20, 2019 FILE - In this Aug. 1, 2017 file photo, paramilitary police and members of the special forces escort suspects of a failed coup in 2016, among them former Air Force commander Akin Ozturk, outside the courthouse at the start of a trial, in Ankara, Turkey. Turkey's state-run news agency says Thursday, June 20, 2019, a court in Ankara has sentenced several people, including Ozturk, accused of being the ringleaders of the 2016 failed military coup, to life terms in prison. less FILE - In this Aug. 1, 2017 file photo, paramilitary police and members of the special forces escort suspects of a failed coup in 2016, among them former Air Force commander Akin Ozturk, outside the courthouse ... more Photo: Burhan Ozbilici, AP Photo: Burhan Ozbilici, AP Image 1 … [Read more...] about Turkish court hands down life sentences in coup trial
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The videoboard at Petco Park on Thursday briefly showed a fan displaying a “Free Urias” sign before cutting away. This is what he’s clamoring for. Luis Urias finished a homer shy of the cycle in Triple-A El Paso’s 8-5 win at Iowa, pushing his batting average to .368 and his OPS to a whopping 1.185.Video game numbers, yes. In a video game Pacific Coast League. Urias’ batting average is third behind Albuquerque’s Brian Mundell and the top-11 hitters are all batting above .330. Reno’s Kevin Cron leads the PCL with 1.237 OPS and Round Rock’s Yordan Alvarez is pacing the circuit with 22 homers, eight more than Urias’ career-high total through 44 games.He hit eight last year at El Paso, the first time in his career that he’d struck out more than he walked and that’s the case again this year as Urias has walked 27 times against 37 walks. In 11 games with the Padres, Urias was hitting .083/.241/.124 with 11 strikeouts agains … [Read more...] about Luis Urias finishes homer shy of cycle in El Paso win
Saturday, April 27, 2019 by: Edsel Cook Tags: astronomy, breakthrough, computers, discoveries, Earth, electricity, electromagnetic energy, geomagnetic field, magnetic field, outer space, power grid, power supply, solar flare, solar flares, solar storm, solar weather, space weather, sun (Natural News) Researchers are taking another big step toward understanding the behavior of the sun and the effects of its solar weather on Earth. They recently released the most accurate animated depiction of a solar flare going through its entire life cycle. The short movie covers a hypothetical flare’s existence from its formation to its conclusion. Its use of distinct colors show how the temperatures inside the flare shifted as time passed. It also makes the movement of the magnetic field lines very evident to the viewer, who gets to witness every single surge of electromagnetic energy until the last bright burst of the solar … [Read more...] about Study captures life cycle of solar flares, but how do flares affect us on Earth?
By Michelle Robertson, SFGATE and David Curran Updated 4:00 am PDT, Wednesday, April 10, 2019 Some experts estimate that "dooring"— when an opening car door hits a cyclist — accounts for between 12 and 27 percent of urban car-bike collisions. Some experts estimate that "dooring"— when an opening car door hits a cyclist — accounts for between 12 and 27 percent of urban car-bike collisions. Photo: Picture Alliance/picture Alliance Via Getty Image Photo: Picture Alliance/picture Alliance Via Getty Image Image 1 of / 29 Caption Close Image 1 of 29 Some experts estimate that "dooring"— when an opening car door hits a cyclist — accounts for between 12 and 27 percent of urban car-bike collisions. Some experts estimate that "dooring"— when an … [Read more...] about ‘It happened so fast’: What it’s like being ‘doored’ while cycling in San Francisco
Taking in a new city is all the more fun - and eco friendly - on wheels. We took to the saddle and biked around Amsterdam. Biking Credentials If you’re a keen cyclist and are looking to visit the Netherlands’ capital city, you’re in luck, Amsterdam happens to be one of the most bike-friendly spots in Europe and happens to have been named the most bicycle friendly city in the world. This isn’t particularly surprising given the city has over 800,000 bikes (more than the number of residents) and a network of over 250 miles of cycling track. With an abundance of canals, cute coffee shops and great architecture, it’s a pretty place to cycle around, too. Cycling is actually the preferred mode of transport for locals and tourists alike and you’re unlikely to come across a cobbled street or canal-side vista that isn’t lined with row upon row of parked up bikes. As such, expect to find lots of cycle lanes and a body of traffic well-prepped for dealing … [Read more...] about Cycling in Amsterdam: our guide