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                    [description] => Published: Less than 40 minutes ago Updated: Less than 30 minutes ago full screen Photo: JONAS LJUNGDAHL / BILDBYRÅN Mora is the hockey allsvenskan’s Djurgården. An early crisis team. Yes, even worse after being completely crushed by Björklöven who won 8-2 at home. Still, I think coach Johan Hedberg is safe. Yes, this Wednesday night ... Read more
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Mora is the hockey allsvenskan’s Djurgården.

An early crisis team.

Yes, even worse after being completely crushed by Björklöven who won 8-2 at home.

Still, I think coach Johan Hedberg is safe.

Yes, this Wednesday night it was another painful loss and Mora continues to park below the qualifying line.

A new nightmare night for the valley men, where the team took the lead with 2-1 after 2.15 in the second period and looked to relax the grip.

Two and a half minutes later it was 4-2.

To Björklöven who scored three goals in one minute and 23 seconds.

And in the third it just rolled on until it was a terrible 8-2 before everything was over.

A pure crush and Mora is now the only team that has not yet won full time, when Vita Hästen took their first three points after 2-1 at home against Tingsryd.

In ten games played.

Mora is the hockey allsvenskan’s biggest mystery so far.

There have been two victories in overtime, one on penalties, a total of five full-time crosses and five losses.

It does not hold.

Top six was a general tip

In Sportbladet’s Allsvenskan hockey bible, we experts predicted where Mora would end up this season. Looking back on those tips now, I was the one out of a total of ten who was lowest with an eighth place.

They were second on a list, third on another.

And an external expert even tipped them as number one in the basic series – before HV71.

It might be to take in, but top six was a general tip.

So Mora’s fall is far more surprising than Djurgårdens, who was tipped in the lower half of the SHL, but where coach Barry Smith chose to leave after only thirteen games played.

Mora had also escaped the toughest opposition in the series, until tonight’s match against Björklöven.

But right now they are fighting against Vita Hästen, Troja, Tingsryd and Kristianstad instead of top teams like HV71, Björklöven and BIK Karlskoga.

Measures are needed

Now I do not think they will remain down there, but action is needed.

The old NHL goalkeeper Hedberg, once “The Moose” with the whole of Pittsburgh, can state that the team’s goalkeeping game has been one of the weaker in the entire hockey allsvenskan so far.

It was not good against Björklöven either, when Andreas Ljunggren got the chance in the box while Matteus Ward came in at the position 5-2 and released three pucks.

And going forward, efficiency has been even worse. Mora is the worst there.

There is work to be done and already on Friday, the series runner-up BIK Karlskoga is waiting at home.

It’s starting to be time to win now.

The big audience party was at Troja in Ljungby Arena.

It was Småland derby for the first time in 36 years in a series context when the newcomer received HV71.

The last time the teams met in league games was in 1985

It was a new audience record with 3,270 spectators and it just boiled there in the stands, when the big favorites went out on the ice and met a team that played like life and death and had a whole village behind them.

But HV71’s strength is that the team can handle it, that they are prepared for everyone to want to beat them when they play away this winter.

But no more than Troy, of course.

I thought it was decided in the second period, when HV71 stepped on the gas and went to 4-1.

But two quick home goals at the beginning of the third made both the crowd and Troy wake up again.

It was only decided when Fredrik Forsberg put a penalty and made 5-3 with 3.22 left to play.

Newcomer Troja and sports director Daniel Håkansson have big goals in the future.

And today it is no longer possible to exclude some from the possibility of reaching the SHL.

It is only eleven years ago that Oskarshamn came last in the hockey allsvenskan and managed to qualify.

Now they are in their third season in the SHL and have grown for each season in an ice rink that holds 3,275 spectators.

You can achieve a lot with all the TV money once you get up.

Then size does not matter.

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Mora is the hockey allsvenskan’s Djurgården.

An early crisis team.

Yes, even worse after being completely crushed by Björklöven who won 8-2 at home.

Still, I think coach Johan Hedberg is safe.

Yes, this Wednesday night it was another painful loss and Mora continues to park below the qualifying line.

A new nightmare night for the valley men, where the team took the lead with 2-1 after 2.15 in the second period and looked to relax the grip.

Two and a half minutes later it was 4-2.

To Björklöven who scored three goals in one minute and 23 seconds.

And in the third it just rolled on until it was a terrible 8-2 before everything was over.

A pure crush and Mora is now the only team that has not yet won full time, when Vita Hästen took their first three points after 2-1 at home against Tingsryd.

In ten games played.

Mora is the hockey allsvenskan’s biggest mystery so far.

There have been two victories in overtime, one on penalties, a total of five full-time crosses and five losses.

It does not hold.

Top six was a general tip

In Sportbladet’s Allsvenskan hockey bible, we experts predicted where Mora would end up this season. Looking back on those tips now, I was the one out of a total of ten who was lowest with an eighth place.

They were second on a list, third on another.

And an external expert even tipped them as number one in the basic series – before HV71.

It might be to take in, but top six was a general tip.

So Mora’s fall is far more surprising than Djurgårdens, who was tipped in the lower half of the SHL, but where coach Barry Smith chose to leave after only thirteen games played.

Mora had also escaped the toughest opposition in the series, until tonight’s match against Björklöven.

But right now they are fighting against Vita Hästen, Troja, Tingsryd and Kristianstad instead of top teams like HV71, Björklöven and BIK Karlskoga.

Measures are needed

Now I do not think they will remain down there, but action is needed.

The old NHL goalkeeper Hedberg, once “The Moose” with the whole of Pittsburgh, can state that the team’s goalkeeping game has been one of the weaker in the entire hockey allsvenskan so far.

It was not good against Björklöven either, when Andreas Ljunggren got the chance in the box while Matteus Ward came in at the position 5-2 and released three pucks.

And going forward, efficiency has been even worse. Mora is the worst there.

There is work to be done and already on Friday, the series runner-up BIK Karlskoga is waiting at home.

It’s starting to be time to win now.

The big audience party was at Troja in Ljungby Arena.

It was Småland derby for the first time in 36 years in a series context when the newcomer received HV71.

The last time the teams met in league games was in 1985

It was a new audience record with 3,270 spectators and it just boiled there in the stands, when the big favorites went out on the ice and met a team that played like life and death and had a whole village behind them.

But HV71’s strength is that the team can handle it, that they are prepared for everyone to want to beat them when they play away this winter.

But no more than Troy, of course.

I thought it was decided in the second period, when HV71 stepped on the gas and went to 4-1.

But two quick home goals at the beginning of the third made both the crowd and Troy wake up again.

It was only decided when Fredrik Forsberg put a penalty and made 5-3 with 3.22 left to play.

Newcomer Troja and sports director Daniel Håkansson have big goals in the future.

And today it is no longer possible to exclude some from the possibility of reaching the SHL.

It is only eleven years ago that Oskarshamn came last in the hockey allsvenskan and managed to qualify.

Now they are in their third season in the SHL and have grown for each season in an ice rink that holds 3,275 spectators.

You can achieve a lot with all the TV money once you get up.

Then size does not matter.

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120 Pages Report titled Global VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Growth and Opportunities 2021, cover the most updated market numbers and in-depth information about the VHF Air-ground Communications Stations industry.

The Report Covers Market Size, Share, product Segmentation, CAGR, Key Vendors, Competitive Landscape, Growth Trends, Regional Analysis, SWOT Analysis, market?s historic and forecast market growth between 2021-2026.

The years considered for the study are as follows:

? Base year ? 2021
? Estimated year ? 2021
? Projected year ? 2026
? Forecast period ? 2021 to 2026

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Key Points Covered in VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Report:

The Key Players Profiled in this report, &&ROHDE&SCHWARZ, Northrop Grumman, Selex ES, Becker Avionics, Haige, Spaceon, HHKJ

Product Type Segmentation:

Desktop Air-ground Communications Stations
Portable Air-ground Communications Stations

Application Segmentation:

Civil Aviation Air-Ground Communication
Air Traffic Control System
Emergency Rescue And Disaster Relief
Others

Region Segmentation
? North America (United States, Canada, Mexico)
? South America (Brazil, Argentina, Other)
? Asia Pacific (China, Japan, India, Korea, Southeast Asia)
? Europe (Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy)
? Middle East and Africa (Middle East, Africa)

Research Methodology:
This research study involves the extensive usage of both primary and secondary data sources.

data triangulation

The research process involves the study of various factors affecting the industry, including the government policy, market environment, competitive landscape, historical data, present trends in the market, technological innovation, upcoming technologies and the technical progress in related industry, and market risks, opportunities, market barriers and challenges.

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Table Research Programs/Design for This Report

Table

Market

Table of contents highlights:

Chapter 1 Introduction:

The VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Research Work Report provides a compact introduction to the world market. This segment provides reviews of key participants, an overview of the VHF Air-ground Communications Stations industry, outlook for key areas, financial services, and various difficulties facing the VHF Air-ground Communications Stations market. This section depends on the scope of the study and reporting guideline.

Chapter 2. Scope of the outstanding report:

This is the second most important chapter that covers market segmentation along with a definition of VHF Air-ground Communications Stations. It characterizes the entire scope of the VHF Air-ground Communications Stations report and the various functions described in it.

Chapter 3. Market Dynamics and Key Indicators:

This chapter contains key elements that focus on the drivers [includes increasing global VHF Air-ground Communications Stations frequency and increasing investment in VHF Air-ground Communications Stations], key market restraints [high cost of VHF Air-ground Communications Stations], opportunities [emerging markets in developing countries] and details the emerging trends [consistent innovation of newer Screening Products] Developmental Difficulties and Influencing Factors identified in this latest report.

Chapter 4. Type segments:

This VHF Air-ground Communications Stations market report shows the market development for various types of products presented by the most far-reaching organizations.

Chapter 5. Application segments:

The analysts who authored the report have fully assessed the marketability of key applications and exercised future freedoms.

Chapter 6. Geographic Analysis:

Each provincial market is deliberately examined in order to understand its current and future development, improvement and demand situation for that market.

Chapter 7. Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Global VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market:

7.1 North America: Insight into the COVID-19 Impact Study 2021-2026

7.2 Europe: Provides comprehensive insights into the COVID-19 Impact Study 2021-2026

7.3 Asia Pacific: Potential Impacts of COVID-19 (2021-2026)

7.4 Rest of the world: Impact assessment of the COVID-19 pandemic

Chapter 8. Manufacturing profiles:

The major players in the VHF Air-ground Communications Stations market are identified in the report based on their market size, served market, products, applications, regional development, and other variables.

Chapter 9. Estimating Analysis:

This chapter contains a price point analysis by region and various forecasts.

Chapter 10. North America VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Analysis:

This chapter provides an assessment of VHF Air-ground Communications Stations product sales in the major countries of the United States and Canada, as well as a detailed segmental view of those countries for the forecast period 2021-2026.

Chapter 11. Latin America VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Analysis:

Major countries Brazil, Chile, Peru, Argentina and Mexico are rated for VHF Air-ground Communications Stations delivery.

Chapter 12. Europe VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Analysis:

The VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Analysis report stores insights into the supply, demand and sales of VHF Air-ground Communications Stations in Germany, France, Great Britain, Spain, BENELUX, Scandinavia and Italy.

Chapter 13. Asia Pacific ex Japan (APEJ) VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Analysis:

Greater China, ASEAN, India, and Australia and New Zealand countries are assessed, and VHF Air-ground Communications Stations sales assessment in those countries is covered.

Chapter 14. Middle East and Africa (MEA) VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Analysis:

This chapter focuses on the VHF Air-ground Communications Stations market scenario in GCC countries, Israel, South Africa, and Turkey.

Chapter 15. Research methodology

The research procedure chapter contains the accompanying primary realities,

15.1 Cover

15.2 Desk research

15.3 Primary Research

Chapter 16. Conclusion??.

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) [summary] => ? 120 Pages Report titled Global VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Growth and Opportunities 2021, cover the most updated market numbers and in-depth information about the VHF Air-ground Communications Stations industry. The Report Covers Market Size, Share, product Segmentation, CAGR, Key Vendors, Competitive Landscape, Growth Trends, Regional Analysis, SWOT Analysis, market?s historic and forecast market ... Read more [atom_content] =>

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120 Pages Report titled Global VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Growth and Opportunities 2021, cover the most updated market numbers and in-depth information about the VHF Air-ground Communications Stations industry.

The Report Covers Market Size, Share, product Segmentation, CAGR, Key Vendors, Competitive Landscape, Growth Trends, Regional Analysis, SWOT Analysis, market?s historic and forecast market growth between 2021-2026.

The years considered for the study are as follows:

? Base year ? 2021
? Estimated year ? 2021
? Projected year ? 2026
? Forecast period ? 2021 to 2026

Our analyst help?s in improvise your revenue decisions and impact millions by understanding the shift in revenue sources of your clients and clients? clients.Research says your revenue mix is changing by 50% in future.

Get Free Sample Report
>>> Get Free Sample PDF (including COVID19 Impact Analysis, full TOC, Tables and Figures) of VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market:ChubbyRegularEgret size restricted

Get 20% Discount Till 31st Oct 21 Coupon Code:RHR20

Key Points Covered in VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Report:

The Key Players Profiled in this report, &&ROHDE&SCHWARZ, Northrop Grumman, Selex ES, Becker Avionics, Haige, Spaceon, HHKJ

Product Type Segmentation:

Desktop Air-ground Communications Stations
Portable Air-ground Communications Stations

Application Segmentation:

Civil Aviation Air-Ground Communication
Air Traffic Control System
Emergency Rescue And Disaster Relief
Others

Region Segmentation
? North America (United States, Canada, Mexico)
? South America (Brazil, Argentina, Other)
? Asia Pacific (China, Japan, India, Korea, Southeast Asia)
? Europe (Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy)
? Middle East and Africa (Middle East, Africa)

Research Methodology:
This research study involves the extensive usage of both primary and secondary data sources.

data triangulation

The research process involves the study of various factors affecting the industry, including the government policy, market environment, competitive landscape, historical data, present trends in the market, technological innovation, upcoming technologies and the technical progress in related industry, and market risks, opportunities, market barriers and challenges.

>>> Direct Purchase this Market Research Report Now @ https://www.reporthive.com/checkout?currency=single-user-licence&reportid=%%

Table Research Programs/Design for This Report

Table

Market

Table of contents highlights:

Chapter 1 Introduction:

The VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Research Work Report provides a compact introduction to the world market. This segment provides reviews of key participants, an overview of the VHF Air-ground Communications Stations industry, outlook for key areas, financial services, and various difficulties facing the VHF Air-ground Communications Stations market. This section depends on the scope of the study and reporting guideline.

Chapter 2. Scope of the outstanding report:

This is the second most important chapter that covers market segmentation along with a definition of VHF Air-ground Communications Stations. It characterizes the entire scope of the VHF Air-ground Communications Stations report and the various functions described in it.

Chapter 3. Market Dynamics and Key Indicators:

This chapter contains key elements that focus on the drivers [includes increasing global VHF Air-ground Communications Stations frequency and increasing investment in VHF Air-ground Communications Stations], key market restraints [high cost of VHF Air-ground Communications Stations], opportunities [emerging markets in developing countries] and details the emerging trends [consistent innovation of newer Screening Products] Developmental Difficulties and Influencing Factors identified in this latest report.

Chapter 4. Type segments:

This VHF Air-ground Communications Stations market report shows the market development for various types of products presented by the most far-reaching organizations.

Chapter 5. Application segments:

The analysts who authored the report have fully assessed the marketability of key applications and exercised future freedoms.

Chapter 6. Geographic Analysis:

Each provincial market is deliberately examined in order to understand its current and future development, improvement and demand situation for that market.

Chapter 7. Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Global VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market:

7.1 North America: Insight into the COVID-19 Impact Study 2021-2026

7.2 Europe: Provides comprehensive insights into the COVID-19 Impact Study 2021-2026

7.3 Asia Pacific: Potential Impacts of COVID-19 (2021-2026)

7.4 Rest of the world: Impact assessment of the COVID-19 pandemic

Chapter 8. Manufacturing profiles:

The major players in the VHF Air-ground Communications Stations market are identified in the report based on their market size, served market, products, applications, regional development, and other variables.

Chapter 9. Estimating Analysis:

This chapter contains a price point analysis by region and various forecasts.

Chapter 10. North America VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Analysis:

This chapter provides an assessment of VHF Air-ground Communications Stations product sales in the major countries of the United States and Canada, as well as a detailed segmental view of those countries for the forecast period 2021-2026.

Chapter 11. Latin America VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Analysis:

Major countries Brazil, Chile, Peru, Argentina and Mexico are rated for VHF Air-ground Communications Stations delivery.

Chapter 12. Europe VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Analysis:

The VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Analysis report stores insights into the supply, demand and sales of VHF Air-ground Communications Stations in Germany, France, Great Britain, Spain, BENELUX, Scandinavia and Italy.

Chapter 13. Asia Pacific ex Japan (APEJ) VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Analysis:

Greater China, ASEAN, India, and Australia and New Zealand countries are assessed, and VHF Air-ground Communications Stations sales assessment in those countries is covered.

Chapter 14. Middle East and Africa (MEA) VHF Air-ground Communications Stations Market Analysis:

This chapter focuses on the VHF Air-ground Communications Stations market scenario in GCC countries, Israel, South Africa, and Turkey.

Chapter 15. Research methodology

The research procedure chapter contains the accompanying primary realities,

15.1 Cover

15.2 Desk research

15.3 Primary Research

Chapter 16. Conclusion??.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635364867 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => No more cone? Psychology researchers offer better tool for visualizing hurricane danger [link] => https://bofads.com/no-more-cone-psychology-researchers-offer-better-tool-for-visualizing-hurricane-danger/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Wed, 27 Oct 2021 19:59:49 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceconedangerhurricaneofferPsychologyResearcherstoolvisualizing [guid] => https://bofads.com/?p=4140 [description] => Journal Reference: Jessica K. Witt, Benjamin A. Clegg. Dynamic ensemble visualizations to support understanding for uncertain trajectories.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 2021; DOI: 10.1037/xap0000370 But is the cone doing its job? Studies show that people often misinterpret this popular weather graphic. They don?t understand the information it?s conveying: the likely path of a storm, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Jessica K. Witt, Benjamin A. Clegg. Dynamic ensemble visualizations to support understanding for uncertain trajectories.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 2021; DOI: 10.1037/xap0000370

But is the cone doing its job? Studies show that people often misinterpret this popular weather graphic. They don?t understand the information it?s conveying: the likely path of a storm, and its likelihood to deviate from that path based on historical data. The graphic is cone-shaped because the farther we try to look into the future, the more uncertain the forecast. But because the cone draws a line around a specific area, many people assume that locations outside the cone will not be affected by the storm.

Researchers in Colorado State University?s Department of Psychology are working on an easily understood, science-backed way to visually represent hurricane danger to the general public. They contend that the cone of uncertainty creates a false sense of security for people who live outside the boundary of the cone and that there are better ways to signal likely impacts.

The research team includes psychology professors Jessica Witt, who studies the human visual system, and Benjamin Clegg, who studies human factors in the design of new technologies. Together, they created experiments to test whether hurricane projections could be better understood by average viewers through dynamic graphics the researchers have christened ?zoomies.? Their results are detailed in Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.

Summarizing information

According to Witt, the human visual system excels at something called ensemble perception. When your eyes see a group of objects, your brain quickly extracts a summary of those objects. Looking at a patch of grass, your brain makes a snap judgement about its average greenness. When you look at a tree, your brain automatically estimates the average size of the leaves.

The cone of uncertainty is what researchers call a summary statistic. The average, projected track of the hurricane goes up the middle, and that track is surrounded by varying degrees of uncertainty.

When the cone gets bigger, people think that means the storm will be getting worse or increasing in severity. But the cone?s size is only communicating increasing uncertainty around the forecast. The cone also lends itself to what researchers call a containment heuristic.

?People like categories, and to be able to put things in these binary buckets ? [at] risk, not at risk,? Witt said. ?The cone basically encourages that. It has this well-defined boundary, and people treat things within a boundary as qualitatively different than what?s outside the boundary.?

Clegg points to Hurricane Katrina that devastated New Orleans and surrounding areas in 2005. ?It?s a good example of a storm that shifted its path just before landfall, heading outside the previously forecast cone of uncertainty,? Clegg said. People who lived outside earlier forecast cone boundaries might have assumed they weren?t at great risk, he said.

The researchers wondered if instead of the summary statistic of the cone, a better graphic would take advantage of what the visual system is already good at ? synthesizing and summarizing. ?Rather than visualize the summary, let?s give them raw data, and let the visual system do the summary instead,? Witt said.

?Zoomies?

Their new and improved graphic is more like a track ensemble, or a spaghetti plot. But track ensembles also have their issues. If a town is located on a track, then people perceive it to be at higher risk than one located off a track, even if the latter one is located closer to the storm?s center.

So Witt and Clegg came up with the idea of ?zoomies,? which are sets of dots that each represent a different projected hurricane path and move accordingly. ?The idea is that by getting rid of the defined boundary, we do not have this yes-or-no binary risk distinction, but rather a more gradual, more probabilistic understanding of risk,? Witt said.

View an example gif of zoomies: https://giphy.com/gifs/ColoradoStateUniversity-hurricane-colorado-state-university-forecast-rynG4ccQmfJj4iyMO6

Lots of zoomies following paths close to the most likely path convey the higher risk there. But even a few zoomies showing more extreme deviations illustrate that there is still some risk for those areas, the researchers said.

Their hypothesis was borne out in a series of experiments with CSU students who, the researchers noted in their paper, are typically not very experienced with hurricanes. In the experiment, they tasked participants with deciding whether to evacuate a town on a map, based on seeing either a traditional cone of uncertainty or the experimental zoomies.

The cone of uncertainty had a distinct containment effect: Study participants chose to evacuate the town located within the cone at high rates, and the town beyond the cone at low rates. The cutoff was sharp and happened over a very short geographical distance ? defined by the boundary of the forecast cone.

When the participants assessed hurricane risk using the zoomies, however, researchers saw a gradual decrease in evacuation rates. As the town got further from the center of the projected path, evacuation rates decreased gradually ? more in line with what should be done in real life.

?This showed that the participants understood there is risk beyond where the cone ends,? Witt said. ?There is risk in these peripheral areas.?

The researchers repeated the experiments with university students in Florida ? who are notably more experienced with actual hurricanes ? with collaborators Amelia Warden, a CSU graduate student, and Lisa Blalock, a psychology faculty member at University of West Florida. The results were strikingly similar to the study conducted in Fort Collins. This parity indicates that the visual impression from the cone of uncertainty is so strong that it overcomes even prior knowledge of how hurricane forecasts work.

?It?s hard to resist that visual impression,? Witt said.

The experimental results with the Florida students are accepted as a conference paper at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society meeting in October, where Witt and Clegg will present their findings.

The researchers think their findings could not only help decisionmakers and the public better prepare for hurricane landfalls, but also help improve trust in forecasting.

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: Jessica K. Witt, Benjamin A. Clegg. Dynamic ensemble visualizations to support understanding for uncertain trajectories.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 2021; DOI: 10.1037/xap0000370 But is the cone doing its job? Studies show that people often misinterpret this popular weather graphic. They don?t understand the information it?s conveying: the likely path of a storm, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Jessica K. Witt, Benjamin A. Clegg. Dynamic ensemble visualizations to support understanding for uncertain trajectories.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 2021; DOI: 10.1037/xap0000370

But is the cone doing its job? Studies show that people often misinterpret this popular weather graphic. They don?t understand the information it?s conveying: the likely path of a storm, and its likelihood to deviate from that path based on historical data. The graphic is cone-shaped because the farther we try to look into the future, the more uncertain the forecast. But because the cone draws a line around a specific area, many people assume that locations outside the cone will not be affected by the storm.

Researchers in Colorado State University?s Department of Psychology are working on an easily understood, science-backed way to visually represent hurricane danger to the general public. They contend that the cone of uncertainty creates a false sense of security for people who live outside the boundary of the cone and that there are better ways to signal likely impacts.

The research team includes psychology professors Jessica Witt, who studies the human visual system, and Benjamin Clegg, who studies human factors in the design of new technologies. Together, they created experiments to test whether hurricane projections could be better understood by average viewers through dynamic graphics the researchers have christened ?zoomies.? Their results are detailed in Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.

Summarizing information

According to Witt, the human visual system excels at something called ensemble perception. When your eyes see a group of objects, your brain quickly extracts a summary of those objects. Looking at a patch of grass, your brain makes a snap judgement about its average greenness. When you look at a tree, your brain automatically estimates the average size of the leaves.

The cone of uncertainty is what researchers call a summary statistic. The average, projected track of the hurricane goes up the middle, and that track is surrounded by varying degrees of uncertainty.

When the cone gets bigger, people think that means the storm will be getting worse or increasing in severity. But the cone?s size is only communicating increasing uncertainty around the forecast. The cone also lends itself to what researchers call a containment heuristic.

?People like categories, and to be able to put things in these binary buckets ? [at] risk, not at risk,? Witt said. ?The cone basically encourages that. It has this well-defined boundary, and people treat things within a boundary as qualitatively different than what?s outside the boundary.?

Clegg points to Hurricane Katrina that devastated New Orleans and surrounding areas in 2005. ?It?s a good example of a storm that shifted its path just before landfall, heading outside the previously forecast cone of uncertainty,? Clegg said. People who lived outside earlier forecast cone boundaries might have assumed they weren?t at great risk, he said.

The researchers wondered if instead of the summary statistic of the cone, a better graphic would take advantage of what the visual system is already good at ? synthesizing and summarizing. ?Rather than visualize the summary, let?s give them raw data, and let the visual system do the summary instead,? Witt said.

?Zoomies?

Their new and improved graphic is more like a track ensemble, or a spaghetti plot. But track ensembles also have their issues. If a town is located on a track, then people perceive it to be at higher risk than one located off a track, even if the latter one is located closer to the storm?s center.

So Witt and Clegg came up with the idea of ?zoomies,? which are sets of dots that each represent a different projected hurricane path and move accordingly. ?The idea is that by getting rid of the defined boundary, we do not have this yes-or-no binary risk distinction, but rather a more gradual, more probabilistic understanding of risk,? Witt said.

View an example gif of zoomies: https://giphy.com/gifs/ColoradoStateUniversity-hurricane-colorado-state-university-forecast-rynG4ccQmfJj4iyMO6

Lots of zoomies following paths close to the most likely path convey the higher risk there. But even a few zoomies showing more extreme deviations illustrate that there is still some risk for those areas, the researchers said.

Their hypothesis was borne out in a series of experiments with CSU students who, the researchers noted in their paper, are typically not very experienced with hurricanes. In the experiment, they tasked participants with deciding whether to evacuate a town on a map, based on seeing either a traditional cone of uncertainty or the experimental zoomies.

The cone of uncertainty had a distinct containment effect: Study participants chose to evacuate the town located within the cone at high rates, and the town beyond the cone at low rates. The cutoff was sharp and happened over a very short geographical distance ? defined by the boundary of the forecast cone.

When the participants assessed hurricane risk using the zoomies, however, researchers saw a gradual decrease in evacuation rates. As the town got further from the center of the projected path, evacuation rates decreased gradually ? more in line with what should be done in real life.

?This showed that the participants understood there is risk beyond where the cone ends,? Witt said. ?There is risk in these peripheral areas.?

The researchers repeated the experiments with university students in Florida ? who are notably more experienced with actual hurricanes ? with collaborators Amelia Warden, a CSU graduate student, and Lisa Blalock, a psychology faculty member at University of West Florida. The results were strikingly similar to the study conducted in Fort Collins. This parity indicates that the visual impression from the cone of uncertainty is so strong that it overcomes even prior knowledge of how hurricane forecasts work.

?It?s hard to resist that visual impression,? Witt said.

The experimental results with the Florida students are accepted as a conference paper at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society meeting in October, where Witt and Clegg will present their findings.

The researchers think their findings could not only help decisionmakers and the public better prepare for hurricane landfalls, but also help improve trust in forecasting.

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No more cone? Psychology researchers offer better tool for visualizing hurricane danger

[date_timestamp] => 1635364789 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => ?Wild experiment? against tuberculosis at the IHU in Marseille: an internal investigation confirms that the trial was not approved [link] => https://bofads.com/wild-experiment-against-tuberculosis-at-the-ihu-in-marseille-an-internal-investigation-confirms-that-the-trial-was-not-approved/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tim Hall ) [pubdate] => Wed, 27 Oct 2021 19:57:36 +0000 [category] => SciencesapprovedconfirmsexperimentIHUinternalinvestigationMarseilletrialtuberculosisWild [guid] => https://bofads.com/?p=4134 [description] => The Marseille University Hospital Institute for Infectious Diseases (IHU Méditerranée Infection), June 14, 2021. NICOLAS TUCAT / AFP The Marseille University Hospital Institute (IHU Méditerranée Infection), headed by the controversial professor Didier Raoult, has “Continued to deliver” tuberculosis treatments “Despite the reservations made by the French drug authority”, confirmed, Wednesday, October 27, the Public Assistance-Hospitals ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The Marseille University Hospital Institute (IHU Méditerranée Infection), headed by the controversial professor Didier Raoult, has “Continued to deliver” tuberculosis treatments “Despite the reservations made by the French drug authority”, confirmed, Wednesday, October 27, the Public Assistance-Hospitals of Marseille (AP-HM).

Based on article 40 of the code of criminal procedure, the National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products (ANSM) seized the public prosecutor, considering “That certain studies carried out by the IHU did not comply with the legislation governing research involving human beings”, report Wednesday Mediapart, according to whom the ANSM also « diligent[é] an inspection within the IHU “.

October 22, Mediapart revealed that, “Since at least 2017 and until March 2021, the IHU” had conducted a wild experiment against tuberculosis, causing in several patients, including a minor, serious complications.

Read also The Marseille IHU implicated in irregular clinical trials against tuberculosis

According to Mediapart, this experiment used a combination of four drugs whose joint effectiveness had never been evaluated. An experiment carried out despite the refusal of the National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products (ANSM), which must give its approval to research involving human beings, in particular clinical trials of medicinal products.

Other investigations

The AP-HM, which conducted a rapid internal investigation into the “Potential seriousness of the reported facts”, reported on Wednesday that a “Research protocol on this combination of antibiotics had indeed been submitted by the AP-HM”.

A spokesperson told Agence France-Presse that this protocol was filed in August 2019, but was withdrawn a month later “Taking into account the reservations expressed by the ANSM”. Or, “In the absence of an open trial and despite the reservations expressed by the ANSM, the IHU Méditerranée continued to deliver these treatments”, explained the spokesperson for the AP-HM.

Explanations: Article reserved for our subscribers Didier Raoult pushed to exit by the partners of the Marseille University Hospital Institute

The investigation carried out by the body responsible for the IHU also confirms that ” some “ of patients treated for tuberculosis with the implicated combination of antibiotics have been “With kidney complications, at least one of which required surgery”, wrote the AP-HM.

She explains that she will continue her investigations, in conjunction with the competent supervisory authorities, in particular the ANSM. ” The last “Revelations” are a storm in a glass of water “, had tweeted Professor Raoult on Monday.

The IHU and Mr. Raoult met with strong media coverage at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, in 2020, by advocating hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for the disease, despite the lack of proven effect.

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“Wild experiment” against tuberculosis at the IHU in Marseille: an internal investigation confirms that the trial was not approved

) [summary] => The Marseille University Hospital Institute for Infectious Diseases (IHU Méditerranée Infection), June 14, 2021. NICOLAS TUCAT / AFP The Marseille University Hospital Institute (IHU Méditerranée Infection), headed by the controversial professor Didier Raoult, has “Continued to deliver” tuberculosis treatments “Despite the reservations made by the French drug authority”, confirmed, Wednesday, October 27, the Public Assistance-Hospitals ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The Marseille University Hospital Institute (IHU Méditerranée Infection), headed by the controversial professor Didier Raoult, has “Continued to deliver” tuberculosis treatments “Despite the reservations made by the French drug authority”, confirmed, Wednesday, October 27, the Public Assistance-Hospitals of Marseille (AP-HM).

Based on article 40 of the code of criminal procedure, the National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products (ANSM) seized the public prosecutor, considering “That certain studies carried out by the IHU did not comply with the legislation governing research involving human beings”, report Wednesday Mediapart, according to whom the ANSM also « diligent[é] an inspection within the IHU “.

October 22, Mediapart revealed that, “Since at least 2017 and until March 2021, the IHU” had conducted a wild experiment against tuberculosis, causing in several patients, including a minor, serious complications.

Read also The Marseille IHU implicated in irregular clinical trials against tuberculosis

According to Mediapart, this experiment used a combination of four drugs whose joint effectiveness had never been evaluated. An experiment carried out despite the refusal of the National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products (ANSM), which must give its approval to research involving human beings, in particular clinical trials of medicinal products.

Other investigations

The AP-HM, which conducted a rapid internal investigation into the “Potential seriousness of the reported facts”, reported on Wednesday that a “Research protocol on this combination of antibiotics had indeed been submitted by the AP-HM”.

A spokesperson told Agence France-Presse that this protocol was filed in August 2019, but was withdrawn a month later “Taking into account the reservations expressed by the ANSM”. Or, “In the absence of an open trial and despite the reservations expressed by the ANSM, the IHU Méditerranée continued to deliver these treatments”, explained the spokesperson for the AP-HM.

Explanations: Article reserved for our subscribers Didier Raoult pushed to exit by the partners of the Marseille University Hospital Institute

The investigation carried out by the body responsible for the IHU also confirms that ” some “ of patients treated for tuberculosis with the implicated combination of antibiotics have been “With kidney complications, at least one of which required surgery”, wrote the AP-HM.

She explains that she will continue her investigations, in conjunction with the competent supervisory authorities, in particular the ANSM. ” The last “Revelations” are a storm in a glass of water “, had tweeted Professor Raoult on Monday.

The IHU and Mr. Raoult met with strong media coverage at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, in 2020, by advocating hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for the disease, despite the lack of proven effect.

The World with AFP

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“Wild experiment” against tuberculosis at the IHU in Marseille: an internal investigation confirms that the trial was not approved

[date_timestamp] => 1635364656 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Covid-19: pregnant women facing the dilemma of vaccination [link] => https://bofads.com/covid-19-pregnant-women-facing-the-dilemma-of-vaccination/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Wed, 27 Oct 2021 19:56:18 +0000 [category] => PlanetCovid19dilemmafacingpregnantvaccinationwomen [guid] => https://bofads.com/?p=4128 [description] => A doctor checks the body temperature of a pregnant patient who may be Covid-19 positive, in her office, in Paris, in March 2020. CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON / EPA / MAXPPP “Pregnant women are the forgotten people of this crisis”, sighs Chloé Poudens, graphic designer in Bordeaux. At eight months pregnant, the 28-year-old woman considers that ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

“Pregnant women are the forgotten people of this crisis”, sighs Chloé Poudens, graphic designer in Bordeaux. At eight months pregnant, the 28-year-old woman considers that not enough is known about the long-term consequences of vaccination against Covid-19 on the health of newborns and has chosen not to not to be vaccinated, even if it means extending his confinement for a few months to avoid risky social contacts. “We were not in clinical trials and yet we are told to get vaccinated”, contests the Bordelaise, whose midwife however warned her, in April: attention to the third trimester, the most subject to complications.

Data has long been patchy concerning pregnant women facing Covid-19, the latter having been sidelined during clinical trials that ultimately led to the approval of the messenger RNA vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech. “This is not an isolated event, because pregnant women have historically been excluded from the majority of clinical trials, limiting their representation in the development of treatments”, thus regret three American researchers in a text published on October 19 in Science Translational Medicine.

Awareness campaign

Despite this initial shortcoming, since the start of the pandemic, many population studies have been carried out and all converge in the same direction: catching Covid-19 during pregnancy increases the risks of premature birth and admission to intensive care, to for both mother and child. Conversely, among the eleven studies carried out in five different countries including a total of 81,458 vaccinated pregnant women – according to a count by Viki Male, lecturer at Imperial College -, there has never been an increase in false diapers, premature births or birth defects as a result of vaccination.

The risk of complications is so high in late pregnancy that the National Health Service launched an awareness campaign in mid-October aimed at unvaccinated women expecting a child. According to UK data, between July and October 2021, pregnant women represented nearly a third (32%) of women aged 16 to 49 under extracorporeal oxygenation in intensive care, compared to only 6% at the start of the pandemic, in March 2020. This therapy is used in the most severe cases, when a patient’s lungs are so damaged by disease that a ventilator is no longer sufficient to maintain oxygen levels. At the same time, an Israeli study published on October 10 in The Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine, showed that pregnant women with Covid-19 are more likely to suffer from gestational diabetes, low white blood cell counts and heavier breathing during and after birth. The disease can also increase the risk for newborns of breathing problems.

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) [summary] => A doctor checks the body temperature of a pregnant patient who may be Covid-19 positive, in her office, in Paris, in March 2020. CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON / EPA / MAXPPP “Pregnant women are the forgotten people of this crisis”, sighs Chloé Poudens, graphic designer in Bordeaux. At eight months pregnant, the 28-year-old woman considers that ... Read more [atom_content] =>

“Pregnant women are the forgotten people of this crisis”, sighs Chloé Poudens, graphic designer in Bordeaux. At eight months pregnant, the 28-year-old woman considers that not enough is known about the long-term consequences of vaccination against Covid-19 on the health of newborns and has chosen not to not to be vaccinated, even if it means extending his confinement for a few months to avoid risky social contacts. “We were not in clinical trials and yet we are told to get vaccinated”, contests the Bordelaise, whose midwife however warned her, in April: attention to the third trimester, the most subject to complications.

Data has long been patchy concerning pregnant women facing Covid-19, the latter having been sidelined during clinical trials that ultimately led to the approval of the messenger RNA vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech. “This is not an isolated event, because pregnant women have historically been excluded from the majority of clinical trials, limiting their representation in the development of treatments”, thus regret three American researchers in a text published on October 19 in Science Translational Medicine.

Awareness campaign

Despite this initial shortcoming, since the start of the pandemic, many population studies have been carried out and all converge in the same direction: catching Covid-19 during pregnancy increases the risks of premature birth and admission to intensive care, to for both mother and child. Conversely, among the eleven studies carried out in five different countries including a total of 81,458 vaccinated pregnant women – according to a count by Viki Male, lecturer at Imperial College -, there has never been an increase in false diapers, premature births or birth defects as a result of vaccination.

The risk of complications is so high in late pregnancy that the National Health Service launched an awareness campaign in mid-October aimed at unvaccinated women expecting a child. According to UK data, between July and October 2021, pregnant women represented nearly a third (32%) of women aged 16 to 49 under extracorporeal oxygenation in intensive care, compared to only 6% at the start of the pandemic, in March 2020. This therapy is used in the most severe cases, when a patient’s lungs are so damaged by disease that a ventilator is no longer sufficient to maintain oxygen levels. At the same time, an Israeli study published on October 10 in The Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine, showed that pregnant women with Covid-19 are more likely to suffer from gestational diabetes, low white blood cell counts and heavier breathing during and after birth. The disease can also increase the risk for newborns of breathing problems.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635364578 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => To have your statue in London, it is better to be an animal than an admirable woman [link] => https://bofads.com/to-have-your-statue-in-london-it-is-better-to-be-an-animal-than-an-admirable-woman/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tom Pauler ) [pubdate] => Wed, 27 Oct 2021 19:39:01 +0000 [category] => NewsadmirableanimalLondonstatuewoman [guid] => https://bofads.com/?p=4122 [description] => Inauguration of the bust paying homage to Noor Inayat Khan, in the presence of Princess Anne, in London, November 8, 2012. LEON NEAL / AFP Owhere are the women? From Washington in Paris by the way by India, their under-representation in the public space no longer needs to be demonstrated. But London is the first ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Owhere are the women? From Washington in Paris by the way by India, their under-representation in the public space no longer needs to be demonstrated. But London is the first city to take the measure. Unsurprisingly, a study published on October 21 by the British cultural organization Art UK revealed that the vast majority of the approximately 1,100 statues adorning the public space of the capital of the United Kingdom were dedicated to men. More surprising, however, while around fifty of them pay homage to famous women, nearly double – 8% – are devoted … to animals. People of color represent only 1% of the sculptures in the megalopolis, and women of color 0.2%.

Under-represented women

For the past four years, Art UK has been working to compile an inventory of London statues as part of a large research project, funded in part by Labor City Hall. ?These are the men who made history. (?) Women’s achievements were made invisible even though they did incredible things ?, explained in 2017, in an interview at the site Equaltimes.org, Bee Rowlatt, author and chair of a campaign to pay tribute to Mary Wollstonecraft, one of the pioneers of English feminism.

Terri Bell-Halliwell, fondatrice d?inVISIBLEwomen, an organization which militates for the equality of representation of the sexes in the public space, saw in it a subliminal mark of the patriarchy “Convincing us all that only men deserve to be admired”. All the more so, she adds, since this lack of representation of deserving female models makes women and girls feel “Marginalized and little recognized”.

According to inVISIBLEwomen statistics, the statues of men are sixteen times more numerous than those of women: ?And if we excluded Queen Victoria from the equation, the numbers would be much worse. “ In 2020, the Public Statues and Sculpture Association began listing all statues of women, except members of the royal family. For now, she has only counted 119 statues of women in the UK.

In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement (“black lives matter”) and the death of African-American George Floyd at the end of May 2020, questioning and introspection have spread in the United Kingdom around the country’s colonial past and its representation in the public space. In June 2020, in Bristol, protesters debunked the statue of Edward Colston, a 17th century slave tradere century, and threw it into the River Avon.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers “Display the unbolted statues?” The debate can rekindle passions, but it is less risky than putting it under the rug ?

Improve diversity

It is in this context of tension that the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, announced in February 2021 the creation of a commission for diversity in the public domain. The latter has an envelope of one million pounds sterling (approximately 1.182 million euros) to create new monuments that ?Better reflect the diversity of the capital and the achievements of all those who have contributed to the success of the city?.

But for the conservative Jacob Rees-Mogg, the leader of the House of Commons – the minister responsible for relations with the House of Commons within the government – this commission is nothing but a collected from “Crazy leftists” and determined to destroy local heritage. What does it matter if Aindrea Emelife, 27-year-old art historian, one of the members of the commission, had insisted on the daily The Guardian : ?There is no question of cutting down statues. “

The fact remains that, even when it comes to celebrating women, London has long been conservative. The capital has certainly evolved by honoring Mary Seacole, a Jamaican-Scottish nurse known for her personal commitment during the Crimean War and one of the few women of color to have a statue, or Noor Inayat Khan, a Muslim from Indian origin sent on mission to France by the SOE (Special Operations Executive, a branch of the British secret services during the Second World War). Captured, she was executed in the Dachau concentration camp.

Since 2008, a bust of Violette Szabo, a French resistance officer, SOE agent, has been outside Lambeth Palace, opposite the Palace of Westminster. In 2014, three years after the singer’s death, a statue ofAmy Winehouse was inaugurated in Camden Market in the presence of her parents.

Paris too is trying to catch up

On the other side of the Channel, the situation is no better. Paris has several hundred statues erected in public spaces, mostly representing male figures.

For a Berty Albrecht, one of the six female companions of the Liberation, or a Maryse Bastié, a French aviator, most of the fifty or so illustrious women represented in the capital are made up of historical figures – five Joan of Arc, two Sainte Geneviève -, mythological and allegorical figures – such as the Republic or Justice – or George Sand, Sarah Bernhardt, Edith Piaf and Dalida.

Like London, Paris intends to do justice to forgotten women: on September 26, 2020, the socialist mayor, Anne Hidalgo, inaugurated a garden in tribute to Solitude, the historic heroine of the resistance of the slaves, who fought against the reestablishment of the slavery in Guadeloupe at the end of the 18th centurye century. A statue should follow: the first paying homage to a black woman.

Read also A first statue of a black woman inaugurated on Saturday in Paris

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To have your statue in London, it is better to be an animal than an admirable woman

) [summary] => Inauguration of the bust paying homage to Noor Inayat Khan, in the presence of Princess Anne, in London, November 8, 2012. LEON NEAL / AFP Owhere are the women? From Washington in Paris by the way by India, their under-representation in the public space no longer needs to be demonstrated. But London is the first ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Owhere are the women? From Washington in Paris by the way by India, their under-representation in the public space no longer needs to be demonstrated. But London is the first city to take the measure. Unsurprisingly, a study published on October 21 by the British cultural organization Art UK revealed that the vast majority of the approximately 1,100 statues adorning the public space of the capital of the United Kingdom were dedicated to men. More surprising, however, while around fifty of them pay homage to famous women, nearly double – 8% – are devoted … to animals. People of color represent only 1% of the sculptures in the megalopolis, and women of color 0.2%.

Under-represented women

For the past four years, Art UK has been working to compile an inventory of London statues as part of a large research project, funded in part by Labor City Hall. ?These are the men who made history. (?) Women’s achievements were made invisible even though they did incredible things ?, explained in 2017, in an interview at the site Equaltimes.org, Bee Rowlatt, author and chair of a campaign to pay tribute to Mary Wollstonecraft, one of the pioneers of English feminism.

Terri Bell-Halliwell, fondatrice d?inVISIBLEwomen, an organization which militates for the equality of representation of the sexes in the public space, saw in it a subliminal mark of the patriarchy “Convincing us all that only men deserve to be admired”. All the more so, she adds, since this lack of representation of deserving female models makes women and girls feel “Marginalized and little recognized”.

According to inVISIBLEwomen statistics, the statues of men are sixteen times more numerous than those of women: ?And if we excluded Queen Victoria from the equation, the numbers would be much worse. “ In 2020, the Public Statues and Sculpture Association began listing all statues of women, except members of the royal family. For now, she has only counted 119 statues of women in the UK.

In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement (“black lives matter”) and the death of African-American George Floyd at the end of May 2020, questioning and introspection have spread in the United Kingdom around the country’s colonial past and its representation in the public space. In June 2020, in Bristol, protesters debunked the statue of Edward Colston, a 17th century slave tradere century, and threw it into the River Avon.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers “Display the unbolted statues?” The debate can rekindle passions, but it is less risky than putting it under the rug ?

Improve diversity

It is in this context of tension that the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, announced in February 2021 the creation of a commission for diversity in the public domain. The latter has an envelope of one million pounds sterling (approximately 1.182 million euros) to create new monuments that ?Better reflect the diversity of the capital and the achievements of all those who have contributed to the success of the city?.

But for the conservative Jacob Rees-Mogg, the leader of the House of Commons – the minister responsible for relations with the House of Commons within the government – this commission is nothing but a collected from “Crazy leftists” and determined to destroy local heritage. What does it matter if Aindrea Emelife, 27-year-old art historian, one of the members of the commission, had insisted on the daily The Guardian : ?There is no question of cutting down statues. “

The fact remains that, even when it comes to celebrating women, London has long been conservative. The capital has certainly evolved by honoring Mary Seacole, a Jamaican-Scottish nurse known for her personal commitment during the Crimean War and one of the few women of color to have a statue, or Noor Inayat Khan, a Muslim from Indian origin sent on mission to France by the SOE (Special Operations Executive, a branch of the British secret services during the Second World War). Captured, she was executed in the Dachau concentration camp.

Since 2008, a bust of Violette Szabo, a French resistance officer, SOE agent, has been outside Lambeth Palace, opposite the Palace of Westminster. In 2014, three years after the singer’s death, a statue ofAmy Winehouse was inaugurated in Camden Market in the presence of her parents.

Paris too is trying to catch up

On the other side of the Channel, the situation is no better. Paris has several hundred statues erected in public spaces, mostly representing male figures.

For a Berty Albrecht, one of the six female companions of the Liberation, or a Maryse Bastié, a French aviator, most of the fifty or so illustrious women represented in the capital are made up of historical figures – five Joan of Arc, two Sainte Geneviève -, mythological and allegorical figures – such as the Republic or Justice – or George Sand, Sarah Bernhardt, Edith Piaf and Dalida.

Like London, Paris intends to do justice to forgotten women: on September 26, 2020, the socialist mayor, Anne Hidalgo, inaugurated a garden in tribute to Solitude, the historic heroine of the resistance of the slaves, who fought against the reestablishment of the slavery in Guadeloupe at the end of the 18th centurye century. A statue should follow: the first paying homage to a black woman.

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MPO a ER doporuuj, aby lid rychle peli od dodavatel posledn instance ke standardnmu dodavateli energi, podle Havlka budou mt lep cenui mohou lpe eit individuln problmy, napklad skrze spltkov kalende. Zrove bn dodavatel zlohy rozpotvaj na cel rok, zatmco DPI se d oekvanou spotebou na nsledujc plrok.

Pokud pejdou na standardnho dodavatele, on si me kupovat energii na del obdob, nikoli na krtk, kdy jsou ceny vysok, to znamen, e bude mt levnj energii, ekl Havlek.

Mimodn pomoc je konen zleitost, na kter jsme se s opozic shodli, ekl ministr s tm, e jej vi nechtl specifikovat. Jednat by se mlo o asi 400 a 500 tisc domcnost, nebudou to vak pouze klienti Bohemia Energy. Svelkou pravdpodobnost budou mt nrok ti, kdo maj monost erpat pspvek na bydlen, a ti, kte jsou v takzvan hmotn nouzi. Je to to, co se dneska propotv a bude v nsledujcch dnech zveejnno, doplnil.

Mimodn okamit pomoc je jednorzov dvka hmotn nouze. Pro jej pidlen se podle zkona zkoum pjem a majetek adatel a jejich blzkch i dal skutenosti. Zskat ji mohou jen osoby ve vn tsni.

Podle ministerstva prce a socilnch vc (MPSV) situaci mus eit MPO a ER vi dodavatelm energi. MPSV dle svho vyjden nem dn nstroje, s jejich pomoc by mohlo eit dopady zdraovn energi a vysokch zloh.

Elektina a plyn vrazn zdrauj. Dopad to na domcnosti i podniky. Novho dodavatele energi si mus hledat 900 tisc odbratel skupiny Bohemia Energy, kter skonila. Ukonen innosti oznmily i dal firmy.

Lid maj na nalezen novho dodavatele pl roku. Na tuto dobu je pebraj jin spolenosti. ada lid m te platit nsobn vy zlohy ne dosud. Pili jsme s mylenkou, kde je poteba zapojit dal resorty a zajistit, aby lid nedostvali tak pern faktury, ekl nmstek ministryn prce a socilnch vc Robin Povk.

Vyplcen dvek

Soubor opaten by ml obsahovat sociln dvky i dal kroky. Zstupci by jej mli pedstavit bhem nkolika dn. Pijdeme v du dn se sri jasnch opaten, kter lidem pomohou. Je poteba nepodlhat strachu. Vlda a cel politick reprezentace se shodnou na tom, e v du dn budou jasn opaten, aby se lid nedostvali do exekuc a dluhovch past, uvedl Povk. Podle nj by lid nemli podlhat momentlnm rychlm tlakm, aby okamit te hned platili zlohov faktury.

Lid mohou nyn pobrat dv dvky na bydlen. Pspvek pat mezi dvky sttn sociln podpory. Doshnou na nj ti, jim na pimen bydlen nesta 30 procent pjmu a v Praze 35 procent.

Dvka odpovd rozdlu mezi stanovenmi normativnmi nklady a 0,3 i 0,35nsobkem pjmu. Za pimenou bytovou plochu pro jednu osobu se povauje 38 metr tverench, pro dv 52, pro ti 68 a pro tyi a vc lid 82 metr. Doplatek je pro lidi v hmotn nouzi. M pak dorovnat vdaje na bydlen tak, aby adatelm zbylo na ivobyt.

Vlda kvli vysokm cenm energi minul tden schvlila nvrh novely zkona, kter od 1. ledna ptho roku umon snit u elektiny a plynu sazbu DPH na nulu, a to na cel nadchzejc rok. Novela zam do Snmovny. Nulov DPH bude platit na elektinu a plyn tak letos v listopadu a prosinci.

Zrove se kabinet shodl na tom, e domcnosti nebudou od ptho roku platit poplatek za obnoviteln zdroje do ve prmrn spoteby t megawatthodin, jde o stku maximln 1 500 korun za rok.

Kabinet tak schvlil nvrh na peveden sti penz z vnos z prodej emisnch povolenek do sttnho rozpotu. Celkov m jt asi o 17 miliard korun, kter chce nsledn pout na zmrnn socilnch dopad souasnho zvyovn cen energi.

Malov: Mimodn dvka nen mon een

Ministryn prce a socilnch vc Jana Malov (SSD) podala premira Andreje Babie (ANO) o svoln vldy kvli zdraen energi pro lidi, kte pili o stlho dodavatele. Podle n mus een navrhnout ministerstvo prmyslu a rozhodnout mus kabinet.

Malov nevid jako mon een krize vyplacen dvky mimodn okamit. Dvka mimodn okamit pomoci je testovan na pjem. Klienty u dodavatel posledn instance pravdpodobn nezashne. Muste doloit, e jste v hmotn nouzi, e nemte dn spory a pjmy. Nen to nstroj een situace, vysvtlila Malov.

Vlda se sejde a se doshne finln shody a vznikne program mimodn pomoci.

Andrej Babi premir pro TK

Jako nejlep een ministryn vid vyplacen dotac dodavatelm posledn instance. Dky penzm od sttu by snili zlohy. Druhou monost je podle fky resortu prce nvrh odbor na bezronou pjku od sttn banky. Tet variantou by mohly bt energoeky pro domcnosti.

S dotac pro dodavatele nesouhlas ministr Havlek. Pjky dodavatelm posledn instance nee situaci odbratel, je absurdn, aby stt vroval EZ, podporu potebuji domcnosti, ekl ministr. Za dobr een povauje vyplacen okamit mimodn pomoci lidem ohroenm energetickou chudobou. Podle Havlka to pedstavuje jasnou a rychlou pomoc.

Vlda pipravuje komplexn podporu. Zapojuje se ministerstvo financ pes DPH, ministerstvo prmyslu a obchodu pes odputn plateb za OZE (obnoviteln zdroje energi) a ministerstvo prce a socilnch vc, kter spolen se zmnnmi resorty pipravuje tzv. mimodnou okamitou pomoc pro domcnosti, kter jsou ohroeny energetickou chudobou. Pesn v souladu s doporuenm EU a dle dnen dohody zstupc zmnnch ministerstev, oznmil Babi. Jak bude finln shoda a program mimodn pomoci hotov, sejde se vlda, doplnil.

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MPO a ER doporuuj, aby lid rychle peli od dodavatel posledn instance ke standardnmu dodavateli energi, podle Havlka budou mt lep cenui mohou lpe eit individuln problmy, napklad skrze spltkov kalende. Zrove bn dodavatel zlohy rozpotvaj na cel rok, zatmco DPI se d oekvanou spotebou na nsledujc plrok.

Pokud pejdou na standardnho dodavatele, on si me kupovat energii na del obdob, nikoli na krtk, kdy jsou ceny vysok, to znamen, e bude mt levnj energii, ekl Havlek.

Mimodn pomoc je konen zleitost, na kter jsme se s opozic shodli, ekl ministr s tm, e jej vi nechtl specifikovat. Jednat by se mlo o asi 400 a 500 tisc domcnost, nebudou to vak pouze klienti Bohemia Energy. Svelkou pravdpodobnost budou mt nrok ti, kdo maj monost erpat pspvek na bydlen, a ti, kte jsou v takzvan hmotn nouzi. Je to to, co se dneska propotv a bude v nsledujcch dnech zveejnno, doplnil.

Mimodn okamit pomoc je jednorzov dvka hmotn nouze. Pro jej pidlen se podle zkona zkoum pjem a majetek adatel a jejich blzkch i dal skutenosti. Zskat ji mohou jen osoby ve vn tsni.

Podle ministerstva prce a socilnch vc (MPSV) situaci mus eit MPO a ER vi dodavatelm energi. MPSV dle svho vyjden nem dn nstroje, s jejich pomoc by mohlo eit dopady zdraovn energi a vysokch zloh.

Elektina a plyn vrazn zdrauj. Dopad to na domcnosti i podniky. Novho dodavatele energi si mus hledat 900 tisc odbratel skupiny Bohemia Energy, kter skonila. Ukonen innosti oznmily i dal firmy.

Lid maj na nalezen novho dodavatele pl roku. Na tuto dobu je pebraj jin spolenosti. ada lid m te platit nsobn vy zlohy ne dosud. Pili jsme s mylenkou, kde je poteba zapojit dal resorty a zajistit, aby lid nedostvali tak pern faktury, ekl nmstek ministryn prce a socilnch vc Robin Povk.

Vyplcen dvek

Soubor opaten by ml obsahovat sociln dvky i dal kroky. Zstupci by jej mli pedstavit bhem nkolika dn. Pijdeme v du dn se sri jasnch opaten, kter lidem pomohou. Je poteba nepodlhat strachu. Vlda a cel politick reprezentace se shodnou na tom, e v du dn budou jasn opaten, aby se lid nedostvali do exekuc a dluhovch past, uvedl Povk. Podle nj by lid nemli podlhat momentlnm rychlm tlakm, aby okamit te hned platili zlohov faktury.

Lid mohou nyn pobrat dv dvky na bydlen. Pspvek pat mezi dvky sttn sociln podpory. Doshnou na nj ti, jim na pimen bydlen nesta 30 procent pjmu a v Praze 35 procent.

Dvka odpovd rozdlu mezi stanovenmi normativnmi nklady a 0,3 i 0,35nsobkem pjmu. Za pimenou bytovou plochu pro jednu osobu se povauje 38 metr tverench, pro dv 52, pro ti 68 a pro tyi a vc lid 82 metr. Doplatek je pro lidi v hmotn nouzi. M pak dorovnat vdaje na bydlen tak, aby adatelm zbylo na ivobyt.

Vlda kvli vysokm cenm energi minul tden schvlila nvrh novely zkona, kter od 1. ledna ptho roku umon snit u elektiny a plynu sazbu DPH na nulu, a to na cel nadchzejc rok. Novela zam do Snmovny. Nulov DPH bude platit na elektinu a plyn tak letos v listopadu a prosinci.

Zrove se kabinet shodl na tom, e domcnosti nebudou od ptho roku platit poplatek za obnoviteln zdroje do ve prmrn spoteby t megawatthodin, jde o stku maximln 1 500 korun za rok.

Kabinet tak schvlil nvrh na peveden sti penz z vnos z prodej emisnch povolenek do sttnho rozpotu. Celkov m jt asi o 17 miliard korun, kter chce nsledn pout na zmrnn socilnch dopad souasnho zvyovn cen energi.

Malov: Mimodn dvka nen mon een

Ministryn prce a socilnch vc Jana Malov (SSD) podala premira Andreje Babie (ANO) o svoln vldy kvli zdraen energi pro lidi, kte pili o stlho dodavatele. Podle n mus een navrhnout ministerstvo prmyslu a rozhodnout mus kabinet.

Malov nevid jako mon een krize vyplacen dvky mimodn okamit. Dvka mimodn okamit pomoci je testovan na pjem. Klienty u dodavatel posledn instance pravdpodobn nezashne. Muste doloit, e jste v hmotn nouzi, e nemte dn spory a pjmy. Nen to nstroj een situace, vysvtlila Malov.

Vlda se sejde a se doshne finln shody a vznikne program mimodn pomoci.

Andrej Babi premir pro TK

Jako nejlep een ministryn vid vyplacen dotac dodavatelm posledn instance. Dky penzm od sttu by snili zlohy. Druhou monost je podle fky resortu prce nvrh odbor na bezronou pjku od sttn banky. Tet variantou by mohly bt energoeky pro domcnosti.

S dotac pro dodavatele nesouhlas ministr Havlek. Pjky dodavatelm posledn instance nee situaci odbratel, je absurdn, aby stt vroval EZ, podporu potebuji domcnosti, ekl ministr. Za dobr een povauje vyplacen okamit mimodn pomoci lidem ohroenm energetickou chudobou. Podle Havlka to pedstavuje jasnou a rychlou pomoc.

Vlda pipravuje komplexn podporu. Zapojuje se ministerstvo financ pes DPH, ministerstvo prmyslu a obchodu pes odputn plateb za OZE (obnoviteln zdroje energi) a ministerstvo prce a socilnch vc, kter spolen se zmnnmi resorty pipravuje tzv. mimodnou okamitou pomoc pro domcnosti, kter jsou ohroeny energetickou chudobou. Pesn v souladu s doporuenm EU a dle dnen dohody zstupc zmnnch ministerstev, oznmil Babi. Jak bude finln shoda a program mimodn pomoci hotov, sejde se vlda, doplnil.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635362209 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Kuaizhou flight sets new record for Chinese launch activity ? Spaceflight Now [link] => https://bofads.com/kuaizhou-flight-sets-new-record-for-chinese-launch-activity-spaceflight-now/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harold Kent ) [pubdate] => Wed, 27 Oct 2021 18:44:03 +0000 [category] => SpaceactivityChineseflightKuaizhoulaunchrecordsetsSpaceflight [guid] => https://bofads.com/?p=4113 [description] => A Chinese Kuaizhou 1A rocket blasts off Wednesday. Credit: Xinhua The successful deployment of a small remote sensing satellite Wednesday set a new record for Chinese orbital launch attempts in a single year at 40 missions, surpassing a mark set in 2018 and 2020. A solid-fueled Kuaizhou 1A rocket vaulted off a launch pad Wednesday ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>
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The successful deployment of a small remote sensing satellite Wednesday set a new record for Chinese orbital launch attempts in a single year at 40 missions, surpassing a mark set in 2018 and 2020.

A solid-fueled Kuaizhou 1A rocket vaulted off a launch pad Wednesday at the Jiuquan space base in the Gobi Desert of northwestern China. The smallsat launcher headed south from Jiuquan to place its payload into a polar orbit.

Liftoff occurred at 2:19 a.m. EDT (0619 GMT; 2:19 p.m. Beijing time) Wednesday, according to China?s state-run Xinhua news agency. The mission was delayed from last week, reportedly because of coronavirus concerns at the launch site.

The satellite on-board the rocket was Jilin 1 Gaofen 02F, a new member of a commercially-focused fleet of remote sensing satellites owned by Chang Guang Satellite Technology Co. Ltd. With Wednesday?s launch, 31 Jilin 1-series spacecraft have successfully flown into orbit since 2015.

Chang Guang plans to launch a fleet of more than 100 small Earth-imaging satellites. The company is a joint venture between the Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the government of Jilin province, and three private companies.

The Jilin 1 Gaofen 02F satellite is believed to be capable of collecting imagery with a resolution of better than 2.5 feet (76 centimeters), supporting applications in natural resource and environmental monitoring.

The Kuaizhou 1A rocket is capable of injecting 660 pounds (300 kilograms) of payload to low Earth orbit, according to Expace. Kuaizhou means ?speedy vessel? in Chinese, a name indicative of its purpose as a satellite launcher that can be readied for liftoff in a short time period.

The Kuaizhou rocket family is operated by Expace, a subsidiary of the government-owned China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp., or CASIC. Expace developed the Kuaizhou rocket family ? based on Chinese military missile technology ? to pursue a growing commercial space market in China.

CASIC confirmed the launch Wednesday was successful in a statement posted on the Chinese Weibo social media network. It was the 12th flight of a Kuaizhou 1A rocket since 2017.

U.S. military tracking data indicated the rocket?s upper stage deployed the Jilin 1 Gaofen 02F satellite into an orbit at an altitude of around 335 miles (540 kilometers), with an inclination of 97.5 degrees to the equator.

The official number of 40 orbital launch attempts from China this year does not include the test of a hypersonic vehicle reported by the Financial Times.

U.S. rockets have launched on 39 orbital attempts this year, including Rocket Lab?s Electron booster, which flies from a base in New Zealand. Russian rockets have launched on 17 orbital flights, and European launch vehicles have logged four missions so far this year.

China?s Long March rocket family, developed by the government-owned China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp., or CASC, has launched on 36 missions this year, all successfully. There have been two successful flights of Kuaizhou 1A rockets, and two failed launch attempts of the commercial Hyperbola 1 rocket from the commercial company iSpace.

At the beginning of the year, CASC said it planned more than 40 Long March rocket flights in 2021.

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A Chinese Kuaizhou 1A rocket blasts off Wednesday. Credit: Xinhua

The successful deployment of a small remote sensing satellite Wednesday set a new record for Chinese orbital launch attempts in a single year at 40 missions, surpassing a mark set in 2018 and 2020.

A solid-fueled Kuaizhou 1A rocket vaulted off a launch pad Wednesday at the Jiuquan space base in the Gobi Desert of northwestern China. The smallsat launcher headed south from Jiuquan to place its payload into a polar orbit.

Liftoff occurred at 2:19 a.m. EDT (0619 GMT; 2:19 p.m. Beijing time) Wednesday, according to China?s state-run Xinhua news agency. The mission was delayed from last week, reportedly because of coronavirus concerns at the launch site.

The satellite on-board the rocket was Jilin 1 Gaofen 02F, a new member of a commercially-focused fleet of remote sensing satellites owned by Chang Guang Satellite Technology Co. Ltd. With Wednesday?s launch, 31 Jilin 1-series spacecraft have successfully flown into orbit since 2015.

Chang Guang plans to launch a fleet of more than 100 small Earth-imaging satellites. The company is a joint venture between the Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the government of Jilin province, and three private companies.

The Jilin 1 Gaofen 02F satellite is believed to be capable of collecting imagery with a resolution of better than 2.5 feet (76 centimeters), supporting applications in natural resource and environmental monitoring.

The Kuaizhou 1A rocket is capable of injecting 660 pounds (300 kilograms) of payload to low Earth orbit, according to Expace. Kuaizhou means ?speedy vessel? in Chinese, a name indicative of its purpose as a satellite launcher that can be readied for liftoff in a short time period.

The Kuaizhou rocket family is operated by Expace, a subsidiary of the government-owned China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp., or CASIC. Expace developed the Kuaizhou rocket family ? based on Chinese military missile technology ? to pursue a growing commercial space market in China.

CASIC confirmed the launch Wednesday was successful in a statement posted on the Chinese Weibo social media network. It was the 12th flight of a Kuaizhou 1A rocket since 2017.

U.S. military tracking data indicated the rocket?s upper stage deployed the Jilin 1 Gaofen 02F satellite into an orbit at an altitude of around 335 miles (540 kilometers), with an inclination of 97.5 degrees to the equator.

The official number of 40 orbital launch attempts from China this year does not include the test of a hypersonic vehicle reported by the Financial Times.

U.S. rockets have launched on 39 orbital attempts this year, including Rocket Lab?s Electron booster, which flies from a base in New Zealand. Russian rockets have launched on 17 orbital flights, and European launch vehicles have logged four missions so far this year.

China?s Long March rocket family, developed by the government-owned China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp., or CASC, has launched on 36 missions this year, all successfully. There have been two successful flights of Kuaizhou 1A rockets, and two failed launch attempts of the commercial Hyperbola 1 rocket from the commercial company iSpace.

At the beginning of the year, CASC said it planned more than 40 Long March rocket flights in 2021.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635360169 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => ?Kiss or not? The Covid crisis has broken the ritual. And we are at the precise point where we must find it again, or reformulate it ? [link] => https://bofads.com/kiss-or-not-the-covid-crisis-has-broken-the-ritual-and-we-are-at-the-precise-point-where-we-must-find-it-again-or-reformulate-it/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Wed, 27 Oct 2021 18:38:52 +0000 [category] => PlanetbrokenCovidcrisisKissprecisereformulateritual [guid] => https://bofads.com/?p=4102 [description] => Tribune. We are currently experiencing an in-between, a half-exit from the health crisis, an almost return to normal under control and which calls for caution. Should we go back to our old rituals of greeting, and if so, when? Kiss or no kiss? Behind the somewhat anecdotal and futile aspect of the question, in fact, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Tribune. We are currently experiencing an in-between, a half-exit from the health crisis, an almost return to normal under control and which calls for caution. Should we go back to our old rituals of greeting, and if so, when? Kiss or no kiss? Behind the somewhat anecdotal and futile aspect of the question, in fact, lie issues that affect the form that future relations will take.

To understand it, it is necessary to situate this kiss in a larger context, in particular from the point of view of historical evolution. Two opposing trends have indeed structured the transformation of social ties for more than half a century. The first is that of putting the other at a distance, and the introduction of a preliminary reflection sequence before forming a relationship. What would I have to gain from it, and above all, what are the disadvantages and risks that this could entail for me? The health crisis has of course accentuated this distancing and this perception of the other as a danger.

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But this irresistible basic logic provokes such a feeling of coldness and discomfort that a kind of instinctual revolt and desire for contact pushes us on the contrary to “let go”, to put the reflective brain in parentheses for a while. Especially in the intimate domain of course, where the reign of kisses, caresses and hugs has never reached such intensity, in any society or in any period of history.

Closeness and relational softness

This movement towards others is not, however, confined to the family circle. In recent decades, it has spread to friends and even to co-workers in the form of a peck on the cheek (brushing the cheeks without contact with the lips most of the time) to say hello. This gesture was perfectly in line with the counter-movement animated by the desire to show his humanity and even his affection, it displayed the sign of proximity and relational gentleness.

Especially for certain very tactile propagators who disseminated the ritual in increasingly large spaces, sometimes establishing it as an unavoidable standard of behavior. The message was clear: we weren’t just colleagues, we were almost friends, full of kindness, kissing each other proved it. Even the stranger who passed by was introduced into the circle of proof of humanity and affection by the kiss.

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?Stop the hugging! “, ?Respect barrier gestures! ” : the crisis suddenly broke the ritual. And we are at the precise point where we have to find it again, or reformulate it. Because as with any ritual which ceases to function for a time, the disappearance of its constraining character frees the reflection on its subject. And many people who willingly or unwillingly accepted to submit to it, repressing their embarrassment or their questions, today tend to express their reservations. Not against all the kisses, but against what is considered to be an abusive extension. They think that this gesture should be reserved, which borrows from amorous gestures, from intimate, family and friendly circles, not to dilute it, to overuse it.

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“Kiss or not? The Covid crisis has broken the ritual. And we are at the precise point where we must find it again, or reformulate it ”

) [summary] => Tribune. We are currently experiencing an in-between, a half-exit from the health crisis, an almost return to normal under control and which calls for caution. Should we go back to our old rituals of greeting, and if so, when? Kiss or no kiss? Behind the somewhat anecdotal and futile aspect of the question, in fact, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Tribune. We are currently experiencing an in-between, a half-exit from the health crisis, an almost return to normal under control and which calls for caution. Should we go back to our old rituals of greeting, and if so, when? Kiss or no kiss? Behind the somewhat anecdotal and futile aspect of the question, in fact, lie issues that affect the form that future relations will take.

To understand it, it is necessary to situate this kiss in a larger context, in particular from the point of view of historical evolution. Two opposing trends have indeed structured the transformation of social ties for more than half a century. The first is that of putting the other at a distance, and the introduction of a preliminary reflection sequence before forming a relationship. What would I have to gain from it, and above all, what are the disadvantages and risks that this could entail for me? The health crisis has of course accentuated this distancing and this perception of the other as a danger.

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But this irresistible basic logic provokes such a feeling of coldness and discomfort that a kind of instinctual revolt and desire for contact pushes us on the contrary to “let go”, to put the reflective brain in parentheses for a while. Especially in the intimate domain of course, where the reign of kisses, caresses and hugs has never reached such intensity, in any society or in any period of history.

Closeness and relational softness

This movement towards others is not, however, confined to the family circle. In recent decades, it has spread to friends and even to co-workers in the form of a peck on the cheek (brushing the cheeks without contact with the lips most of the time) to say hello. This gesture was perfectly in line with the counter-movement animated by the desire to show his humanity and even his affection, it displayed the sign of proximity and relational gentleness.

Especially for certain very tactile propagators who disseminated the ritual in increasingly large spaces, sometimes establishing it as an unavoidable standard of behavior. The message was clear: we weren’t just colleagues, we were almost friends, full of kindness, kissing each other proved it. Even the stranger who passed by was introduced into the circle of proof of humanity and affection by the kiss.

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?Stop the hugging! “, ?Respect barrier gestures! ” : the crisis suddenly broke the ritual. And we are at the precise point where we have to find it again, or reformulate it. Because as with any ritual which ceases to function for a time, the disappearance of its constraining character frees the reflection on its subject. And many people who willingly or unwillingly accepted to submit to it, repressing their embarrassment or their questions, today tend to express their reservations. Not against all the kisses, but against what is considered to be an abusive extension. They think that this gesture should be reserved, which borrows from amorous gestures, from intimate, family and friendly circles, not to dilute it, to overuse it.

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