With the new Cobra Jet 1400 the Mustang discovers silence
Ford reveals some details about its new electric drag racer
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With the new Cobra Jet 1400 the Mustang discovers silence
Ford reveals some details about its new electric drag racer
A silent and zero-impact “monster”. The revolution “Green” also overwhelms the Mustang Cobra Jet, the model that represents Ford’s flagship, as well as one of the best-selling sports cars in the world. For the 57th birthday of this car, the Detroit-based company has decided to take an unexplored path, creating a totally electric version: to the name is added a number, 1400, which reminds the horses that the new zero-emission engine is capable of deliver, together with 1491 Nm of torque.
“Don’t make me boring”Robert Mapplethorpe implored Patricia Morrisroe, author of his only authorized biography, shortly before the artist entered the New England Deaconess Hospital in Boston, where died of AIDS complications in 1989. Playful and provocative, he was 42 years old and throughout his life he had shown himself on camera as a dandy, how a terrorist, how a femme fatale that seems to want to get out of a man’s body orhow a leather devil with the handle of a whip inserted between the buttocks … But he waited for death looking at her face, wielding a cane shaped like a skull. The same one with which he had appeared shortly before in a wheelchair, tuxedo and black velvet shoes with his name initials embroidered in gold, at the opening of the great retrospective dedicated to him by the Whitney Museum in New York.
He was already a cult figure in the art world, but he did not know that he was about to become a celebrity thanks to the dust that raised the cancellation of his posthumous exhibition, The Perfect Moment at the Corcoran Washington Gallery near the White House. Their homoerotic images, explicitly sexual, and some troublesome childish portraits, infuriated some politicians, who saw them as a depraved threat to their conservative values. But the quick reaction of the artists, projecting their photographs on the facade of the closed museum, made it visible to the eyes of everyone. Mapplethorpe’s brother, present at the protest, commented: “Robert must be dancing tap in the sky.”
Mapplethorpe’s photographs were extremely disturbing at the time And even today, having become its author into a beloved modern artist, a legend, they continue to penetrate our brains, challenging us from their formal beauty with controversial topics such as sadomasochistic sexual practices, in which he himself participated in the late 1970s. Two years ago, the censoring of one of his works at the Serralves Museum in Porto took its director away. “Beauty and the devil are the same”, defended Mapplethorpe, and on the harshness of the images he argued: “My interest is to open people’s eyes, make them realize that anything can be acceptable. It is not what it is, it is the way you photograph. ”
Object in recent years of documentaries (
Look at the pictures ), films (Mapplethorpe, premiered in 2018 at the Tribeca Festival) and retrospectives around the world (the last one closed in January of this year at the Guggenheim in New York), his work is also under review in a luxurious volume edited by Phaidon (on these lines) that includes 230 black and white and 20 color photographs. It is opened by a short poem by Patti Smith, inseparable companion, who recounted in her beautiful memoir, We were kids
the years they lived together at the Chelsea Hotel while searching for their respective artistic destinations when they were 20 years old.
Edited and designed by Mark Holborn and Dimitri Levas, it features a brief introduction by Andrew Sullivan and concludes with a historical essay by the late philosopher and art critic. Arthur C. Danto, which affects this dichotomy between the Apollonian and the Dionysian in the work of Mapplethorpe. His obsession with Miguel Angel and how it clothed in classicism “a work often erotic enough to be considered pornographic, even by the artist.” As a person, he also lived the two dimensions of his art. Deeply spiritual, he frequented leather bars and the wildest sex slums, where he recruited his models. A good Catholic boy who was sympathetic to the devil and hungry for life.
Classicized a work often considered pornographic
He portrayed celebrities with their clothes on (Rossellini, Saatchi, Mailer, Schwarzenegger …, none laughs, except Louise Bourgeois) and naked and muscular black men, whose bodies he portrayed in classic poses and put on a pedestal as if they were sculptures; white women like Californian bodybuilder Lisa Lyon; series of flowers and penises, which placed in equal conditions.
The volume also includes his famous X Portfolio , in which he delves into the world of sadomasochistic practices (“ pFor me, S&M means magic and sex or”he said), portraying couples in the sexual act or in the living room of a Victorian house, one of them chained by the other but comfortably seated in an armchair. “The photographer shares a moral space with them: they have admitted it to their room. And there is a sense in which art belongs to the way of life it represents. They are connected through trust. And that is an essential component in his work ”, writes Danto.
In 1977, New York hosted two simultaneous Mapplethorpe samples. Holly Solomon Gallery showed her portraits and a selection of the X Portfolio It was shown in an alternative space called Kitchen. For the poster announcing the two exhibitions, the artist illustrated it with a double self-portrait: in one he appeared with a Cartier shirt and watch and in the other with a leather glove and metal studded bracelet.
MAccording to estimates by the International Monetary Fund, governments have mobilized more than 7 trillion euros in the corona crisis so far. But that’s not all: the central banks have announced programs, mostly bond purchases and lending, worth several trillion euros. The numbers are staggering and raise the question: can such a policy be pursued without ultimately inheriting inflation?
Goods price inflation has many causes, and it is worth taking a quick look at the main ones. A well-known cause is an increase in costs, for example for raw materials, wages or capital, which companies pass on via rising prices for their products and services. The future of globalization deserves special attention here, which many experts believe has kept inflation rates low in industrialized nations over the past twenty years because goods produced in low wages in emerging countries such as China have kept prices low in industrialized nations and prevented strong wage increases to have. The Bank for International Settlements estimates that this impact could have depressed inflation in developed countries by one percentage point.
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The relegation candidates resist the plans of the Premier League.
Jürgen Klopp hopes for a quick return, but the cellar children of the Premier League make the “project restart” falter. The doubters strongly warn against the next club meeting on Monday. “We have to be careful not to take the wrong step because if we do it could ruin lives. It could cost lives,” said Paul Barber, general manager of Brighton & Hove Albion, who Daily Mail. The Seagulls are, alongside Aston Villa and Watford FC, one of three relegation-threatening clubs that have so far spoken out against the hasty resumption of the season in England.
The current plans provide for the remaining 92 games to be played in ten neutral places away from the metropolitan areas. 14 of 20 clubs would have to agree to adopt this concept. According to a report by Mirror however, the six weakest teams in the league (“The six Premier League rebels”) only want to join the plan if relegation is suspended this season.
It is unlikely that a decision will be made on Monday. But the basic data are clear. The restart is planned for June 12, team training should be possible again from May 18. Given the 500 people who died daily from the effects of the coronavirus in the UK last week, this is irresponsible, critics say. Professionals like Sergio Agüero from Manchester City had also recently raised concerns.
The relegation candidates also find the format bad. “If at least six clubs – and I suspect there are more – are concerned about the clear disadvantages and devastating effects of this nine-game mini-league, the Premier League has a duty to address these concerns,” said Watfords Board boss Scott Duxbury. In his view, it was “wrong” and “unfair” to switch to neutral locations before the last season. In the case of ghost games, the teams would be deprived of the advantage of “familiarity” with their own stadium if the home law were removed. “Everyone acts in their own interest – but giving up the advantages of the home advantage is not negotiable for the clubs at risk of relegation,” said a senior official from one of the clubs at risk Mirror.
For Duxbury, the project presented is only lucrative for clubs in the upper third of the table. “Participating in this compromised format has only one advantage – that Liverpool can win the title and other clubs can book their place in Europe,” Duxbury wrote in English Times. Office colleague Paul Barber made it clear on the club’s homepage what priority for him: “My club.” Then come the league, then football as a whole.
Liverpool and team manager Klopp are 25 points ahead of Manchester City. For the first championship since 1990, the Reds are only two wins out of the remaining nine games. Brighton & Hove Albion (15th), Watford (17th) and Aston Villa (19th) are still fighting for the class. Nobody wants to end the season due to the outstanding TV money.
INTERVIEW – The communication surrounding certain molecules such as remdesivir, tocilizumab or hydroxychloroquine, is done despite common sense, alarms the epidemiologist Dominique Costagliola.
Dominique Costagliola is Director of Exceptional Class Research at Inserm and Deputy Director of the Pierre-Louis Institute of Epidemiology and Public Health in Paris.
LE FIGARO.- What should we think of the scientific communication on treatments against Covid-19 at the moment?
We are in a situation close to delirium at times. We have heard a lot about the need to communicate very quickly because we were in a crisis. I think it’s totally silly. On the contrary, it is because we are in a context like this that we must not communicate unless we have very solid data. Otherwise, we take the risk of giving people false hope. It’s not only unethical, it’s cruel.
Whether it was on remdesivir, hydroxychloroquine or tocilizumab, the precautions for use were not observed. In the first case, it is a laboratory with aggressive lobbying practices in a particular geopolitical context
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The monarch is not willing to return to public life as long as there is a risk of contracting Covid-19.
The Queen will be able to remain in self-isolation ‘for months’ and never return to royal front-line duties, as the government seeks to alleviate the coronavirus quarantine in the coming weeks.
The 94-year-old monarch, who has suspended all her public engagements while residing with her husband of 98 years, Prince Phillip at Windsor Castle, is unable to return to public service due to the risk of contracting the Covid-19 ‘during the years to come ‘, according to the Daily Mail.
The claims come as Prime Minister Boris Johnson today established a tentative three-stage “exit plan” and urged the country to return to work on a television address to the nation from Downing Street.
Royal biographer Andrew Morton, 66, told The Sun that he feared the Queen, whose schedule will not resume until fall, will never be able to return to her usual duties and is likely to be seen on TV or video links instead. in public.
He told the newspaper: “It is terribly sad, but I cannot see how the Queen can resume her normal work.”
“The Covid-19 virus will not disappear soon and will be with us for months, if not years.”
“It would be too risky for the Queen to start meeting people regularly,” Morton told the publication.
Nutrition experts recommend adding vitamin B12 foods to your diet more often. This is one of the important elements that is involved in the metabolism, improves blood circulation and DNA synthesis. In addition, vitamin B12 plays an important role in the functioning of the brain.
Memory, concentration, as well as a reduction in the risk of Alzheimer’s disease directly depend on the presence of this substance in the body, writes cheltv.ru.
A person cannot produce vitamin B12 independently. Experts have compiled a list of products that will help make up for its shortcoming.
Good for the brain. Vitamin B12-rich foods help keep your mind clear
Rich in vitamin B12 are the liver, kidneys of cows and lambs, as well as veal. 100 grams of lean beef can produce 5.9 micrograms of vitamin A, which is 245% of the recommended daily allowance.
A large amount of vitamin B12 contains mollusks. In addition, they are a low-fat source of high quality protein. In addition to mollusks, vitamin 12 can be obtained from other seafood: mussels, crab and shrimp.
Almost 20% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin B12 can be obtained from sardines. This fish also contains high-quality protein and docosahexaenoic acid – one of the omega-3 classes, which plays the role of structural support to the brain.
Whole Grain Cereals
Vitamin B12 is rich in many cereals: wheat, oats, barley. The body receives nutrients from bran and germ grains that are not found in refined breakfast cereals.
100 grams of this oily fish contains 453% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin B12. In addition to this substance, tuna is rich in phosphorus, selenium and protein, which are beneficial for the brain.
This fish fish is a source of complex B vitamins, omega-3 fatty acids and protein. Trout will give the body more than 300% of the daily intake of vitamin B12.
In addition to omega-3 fatty acids, salmon contains vitamins B12, C and K. Half of the boiled salmon fillet provides 208% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin B12.
Nutritional yeast can become a source of protein instead of meat products. Yeast contains B vitamins, including B12 and selenium, also a trace element that is good for brain health.
Vitamin B12 is rich in unpasteurized dairy products, including unprocessed cheeses and yogurt. In addition, milk has protein and trace elements: riboflavin, phosphorus, potassium.
Those who cannot tolerate this product due to lactose can replace it with vegetable milk. For example, almond, coconut milk or oatmeal.
In addition to protein, an egg contains a sufficient amount of B vitamins, including B12. In addition, eggs are rich in vitamin D, which improves memory, Food magazine notes.
Pink cherry In the Chelyabinsk region sakura blossomed
Lukas Lutter and Anja Braun are professionals in front of the camera: They regularly mix up the cult BR series “Dahoam is Dahoam”.
By Annika Jehl
May 11, 2020
Schwandorf.Lukas Lutter from Bodenwöhr is now a little TV star: he was already
to be seen in ten episodes of the BR series “Dahoam is Dahoam”. It was his grandma’s fault:
Together with her, the eleven year old had the family day at “Dahoam is Dahoam” in 2017
Visited Dachau. There the junior high school student got to know the actors, could behind
look at the scenery and were allowed to take a closer look at the shooting studios. In connection
Lukas was asked if he would like a small role and if he had his contact details
could leave behind.
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After Ebersberg, a rally is also called in Markt Schwaben
The Ebersberg company has made a start, and now a young woman from the Markt Schwaben community is moving in: 38-year-old Lindy Weiß is calling for a rally on Monday evening at the Schwabener Marktplatz market. As recently in the county seat, it should be a statement for freedom and against restrictions on fundamental rights or a coronavirus vaccination requirement. The one-hour rally begins at 6 p.m.
As White explains, the demonstration is officially registered so that 50 interested people can take part. For safety reasons, they should position themselves one to two meters apart, as chemical engineer Weiß reports. The demonstration field should be marked with a flutter tape. If the limit of 50 participants is reached, “it may be that I have to send people away too,” says Weiß.
The mother of two explains that she fears the introduction of mandatory vaccination against the coronavirus. It is about “that everyone can decide for themselves whether one is vaccinated or not”. It should be allowed to take care of itself – “and not externally determined by the state”. It is important, according to Weiss’ view, “that people are informed and then allowed to make their own decisions.” She doubts whether this will remain the case. “Since we already have a measles vaccination requirement, it is not that far that vaccination is also mandatory in other areas,” she said.
Ten days ago, 30 people demonstrated in Ebersberg against the politically ordered restrictions in the corona crisis. The action of the stone listener Wolfgang Darchinger had sparked controversial debates online.