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  1. Reading that a new cable channel has taken the rights to La Liga off Sky , and taken Serie A off BT Sport. Bit pissed off that the only foreign leagues I watch anything of are disappearing & can't imagine any reduction in the package fees to compensate. No idea who the new people are ( 11 - I think they are called )
  2. Solar plasma aurora storm to hit Earth tomorrow Burst sunspot could see Northern Lights over UK, US By Lewis Page • Get more from this author Posted in Space, 3rd August 2010 11:40 GMT Astroboffins are warning that a mighty "eruption" of superhot plasma has been blasted out of the Sun directly at the Earth. The plasma cloud is expected to reach Earth beginning tomorrow, possibly causing strange phenomena - including a mighty geomagnetic storm which could see the Northern Lights aurorae extend as far south as Blighty or the northern USA. The solar eruption of 1 August 2010. Credit: NASA Duck's eye view of the plasma shotgun blast According to boffins analysing results delivered from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory satellite, Sunday saw a massive convulsion involving almost the entire face of the Sun facing Earth. The event was apparently centred on Sunspot 1092, a huge solar pimple so large as to be visible without the aid of a telescope. It appears that the sunspot may have triggered a huge "coronal mass ejection" in which huge amounts of superhot plasma were spurted towards Earth accompanied by solar flares, tsunamis, magnetic filaments and other sun-wracking upsets across half the sun's surface. "This eruption is directed right at us, and is expected to get here early in the day on August 4th," says astronomer Leon Golub of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA). "It's the first major Earth-directed eruption in quite some time." Normally a blast of radiation like this could be expected to wipe out much of the human race, but fortunately we are protected by the Earth's magnetic field. Instead the deadly solar plasma is expected to stream down the planetary field lines towards the poles, crashing into oxygen and nitrogen atoms in the atmosphere and so lighting them up to form aurorae - the so-called Northern Lights. Golub and his colleagues believe that the aurorae may be so intense as to be visible from the northern United States and other countries such as the UK which are normally too far south to see the Lights. "We got a beautiful view of this eruption," enthuses the astronomer. "And there might be more beautiful views to come, if it triggers aurorae." The Sun's activity generally rises and falls on an 11-year cycle: the last peak occurred in 2001, but since then the star has been going through an unusually prolonged calm spell. We've been overdue for some more action for several years, and Golub and his colleagues consider that Sunday's outburst may be a sign that the Sun is "waking up".
  3. Both clubs these two manage are up to their eyeballs in debt. Both clubs have a reputation for playing football in the right way. Both managers apparently undermined by senior figures above them at the club putting them in what would seem like untenable positions. Both managers apparently have had their bosses bidding for players behind their backs that they may not want. Both managers apparently have had their employers leaking stuff to the press to force them to quit. One handles himself with class and decorum and gets on with the task of doing the right thing by his club until the end of the season and earns the respect of his players in doing so. One plays political games basically to cement his own position first and foremost and when being linked to other jobs plays coy games with the media thus manipulating the supporters in the process. One has hardly spent a penny in his time at the club and has tried his best with the resources at his disposal despite a disappointing season has his team trying to play the right way. One has spent a fortune trying to create a winning team and has had a disappointing season has his team playing the worst football seen at the club in years. Both managers will probably be leaving their respective clubs in the near future. One will leave with class and dignity with his fans best wishes. One will play the political game right until the end and will leave kicking and screaming about how hard done to he has been. It isn't hard to guess who is who.
  4. The law is now a parody of itself. Those who thought barmy right wingers were just being thick when claiming the law on many occasions favoured the rights of the criminal and not the victim should take notice of this. Homeowner jailed for tackling burglar - Crime, UK - The Independent But it's a hallmark of civilised society to allow criminals who have over 50 fucking convictions to roam free and commit MORE crimes since this incident? What a fucking sham. The judge should be sacked and the true victim, who has been locked up should be freed and awarded a medal for standing up to the scum of society.
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