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    • 1月5日(木)のつぶやき
      00:07 from web (re: @riemicrophone ) @riemicrophone 本当のことを言えばそれだけ相手は恐怖するから

    • Brain Surgeon Finds Inspiration in Ceramic Art
      Cliff Lee's porcelain creations are on display at the Smithsonian クリフLeeさんの磁器の作品は、スミソニアンで展示されている

    • Treasure Hunting Complicates Exhibit of Important Shipwreck Find
      Meeting at Smithsonian discusses the 1998 recovery of relics from an ancient Arab ship carrying Chinese goods スミソニアン会議中国製品を運ぶ古代アラブ船から遺物1998年の回復について説明します

    • Asian-American Artists Explore Their Identity
      Smithsonian exhibit examines what it means to be an Asian-American スミソニアンの展示は、アジア系アメリカ人であることの意味調べ

    • September 11: Remembrance and Reflection exhibition - in pictures
      The Smithsonian National Museum of American History in Washington DC is to display more than 50 objects recovered from the World Trade Centre, Pentagon and Shanksville, Pennsylvania to mark the 10th anniversary of the attacks. ワシントンDCのアメリカ史のスミソニアン国立博物館では、攻撃の10周年を記念して世界貿易センター、ペンタゴンやシャンクスビル、ペンシルベニア州から回収された50以上のオブジェクトを表示することです

    • Smithsonian refuses OJ Simpson's suit
      LOS ANGELES - The Smithsonian Institution has rejected a donation of the suit O.J. Simpson wore when he was acquitted of murdering his ex-wife and her friend.The decision announced today comes a day after a judge approved the... ロサンゼルス発 - スミソニアン博物館に彼は彼女friend.The決定は本日、彼の元妻を殺害したとして無罪とされた着ている服OJシンプソンの寄付を拒否して一日を判断した後に付属の承認...

    • No government shutdown, but what do we have instead? | Michael Tomasky
      So we have a deal and a government, and the eighth-graders visiting Washington (by tradition in the US, it's in the eighth grade, or form as you call it, when students take their field trips to the capital) can go to the Smithsonian today. That's all nice.Also nice is that the offensive (and offensive it was) against Planned Parenthood failed, so at least we haven't yet reached the point as a society that poor women must die of cervical cancer to satisfy the ideological itches of a few men, although fear not, we're getting there.But the $38 billion cut is the largest single-year cut in the history of the country, according to the president, who taped a three-minute video statement shortly after 11 pm Friday night, when the deal was announced by Speaker John Boehner. It'll be next week, I'd reckon, before we know exactly what was cut and by how much. As those details come out, an already disgruntled liberal base is just going to get angrier.I understand what Obama is doing when he talks, as he does in the video, about the government needing to live within its means. I'm sure it polls well with independents, and as I've said many times, he needs to rebuild his standing among independents. We all get this.But but but: to hear Obama kinda-sorta boasting about overseeing a domestic spending cut on a scale that even Ronald Reagan never managed leaves one wondering where and over what he might someday draw a line in the sand.Last December, he signed George W. Bush's tax cuts. Then he introduced his own budget, which include a five-year pay freeze for federal employees and cut funding for a couple of subsidy programs for poor and elderly people.Finally, during this whole process, he never once that I can remember made a forceful public statement singling out a GOP cut as sever だから、契約と政府、ワシントンを訪問して第8年生を持っている(米国では伝統的に、それは中学2年生でだまたはフォームは、学生は、資本への遠足を撮るときに、それを呼ぶ)に行くことができますスミソニアン今日

    • New to Nature No 39: Dombeya gautieri
      A remarkable flower from Madagascar forced botanists to reconsider its family's evolutionary limitsWhen Smithsonian botanist LJ Dorr was hired by the Missouri Botanical Garden in the 1980s to set up a project focused on the flora of Madagascar, he was presented with specimens collected by Swiss colleague Laurent Gautier from poorly known regions of the island nation. A single collection from one in a series of forested massifs in north-east Madagascar was clearly a new species, which forced a rethink of the evolutionary limits of the family Dombeyaceae. Soon thereafter, Cynthia Skema, a grad student at Cornell, decided to study the genus Dombeya, from which grew the collaboration to make this remarkable new flower known. Its unique, deeply lobed leaves and modified flowers are extraordinary, but Dombeya gautieri also illustrates how international collaborations can lead to species discovery and description.Quentin Wheeler is the director of the International Institute for Species Exploration, Arizona State UniversityPlantsWildlifeBiologyQuentin Wheelerguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2011 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds マダガスカルから顕著な花は植物学者、その家族の進化limitsWhenスミソニアン植物LJドアは、マダガスカルの植物に焦点を当てたプロジェクトを設定するには、1980年代にミズーリ植物園に雇われた再考を余儀なくさ、彼はスイスの同僚ローランゴー。。u200b。。u200bティエによって収集された標本が贈られましたからの悪い島国の領域を知られています

    • Government shutdown: Q&A
      How one disagreement can close down a countryWhat happens if there's no agreement?The shutdown would begin at midnight on Friday, the first visible sign being on Saturday morning when the Smithsonian museums and galleries in Washington would be greeted with signs, already printed, saying that they are closed due to government shutdown, and the annual Cherry Blossom parade is cancelled. National parks such as Yellowstone and Yosemite would also close. About 800,000 of the federal government's 2.8 million civilian staff face staying at home. The tax office would stop processing many returns, the national housing body would stop new loan guarantees, and the national institutes of health would start to refuse new patients.Who else would be affected? The impact would also be felt overseas. In the 1995-96 shutdown, about 20,000-30,000 visa applications a day went unprocessed at US embassies. The White House, like other federal bodies, would have to lay off staff. One of the consequences of the 1995 shutdown was that Monica Lewinsky was on duty at a time when many staff were on forced leave.Who would not be affected?Those considered essential for security and safety, such as the military, the department of homeland security, air traffic controllers and law enforcement agencies. The military, with about 1.4 million in service, would receive pay cheques up until Friday and would continue to earn money after that date but not be paid until the issue is resolved.Why has this crisis developed?The billions of dollars being bandied about in 2007 and 2008 at the end of the Bush era and the start of the Obama administration in bank bailouts and stimulating the economy upset many, mainly conservative voters, and led to the Tea Party movement. Many Republicans were elected in Novemb どうやって意見の相違がcountryWhatを閉鎖することができますが一致しないある場合はどうなりますか?シャットダウンは金曜日の夜中に開始すると、スミソニアン博物館は、ギャラリー、ワシントンで既に印。看板、と挨拶されるときに土曜日の午前中にされて最初に表示される記号、という彼らは、政府のシャットダウンのために閉鎖され、年間桜パレードがキャンセルされます

    • Volcanic ash: how do you spot the next volcano to disrupt flights? Every one listed
      The world's airlines fly over active volcanoes every day. Now a comprehensive list from the Smithsonian gives us a guide to each one• Get the dataThe decision not to fly any aircraft across Europe since last Thursday is based on the latest guidance from the International Civil Aviation Organisation. In turn, the UK's traffic control organisation, Nats, and the Civil Aviation Authority follow the guidance to the letter.The flight which sparked this system was BA 009 - a 747 from Kuala Lumpur to Perth where all four engines stopped at 37,000 feet in 1982. An international agreement followed - and the bottom line now is that volcanic ash means no flights.The agreement set up a number of volcanic ash warning centres around the world. VAAC London (actually based at the Met Office in Exeter) covers Iceland - which is why the UK has taken the lead on this volcano.Behind the agreement sits a mountain of data - in particular a complete list of the world's volcanos from the Smithsonian Institution. ICAO used this to categorise each volcano by its type and its eruption history.The Eyjafjöll volcano in Iceland (row 1449 on the spreadsheet) is categorised here as S0 - which typically means tall plumes of ash. It's based on historic records - the last time Eyjafjöll erupted was in the 19th century.This is the full dataset - which includes geographic coordinates and the categorisations. As the map above shows - they straddle the world's main flight routes.Can you do anything with the data?Download the data• DATA: download the full datasheetWorld government data• Search the world's government data with our gatewayCan you do something with this data?Flickr Please post your visualisations and mash-ups on our Flickr group or mail us at datastore@guardian.co.uk• Get the A-Z of data• More a 世界の航空会社は活火山で、毎日飛ぶ


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