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                    [description] => Journal Reference: Viliam Va?o, Mohammad Amini, Somesh C. Ganguli, Guangze Chen, Jose L. Lado, Shawulienu Kezilebieke, Peter Liljeroth. Artificial heavy fermions in a van der Waals heterostructure. Nature, 2021; 599 (7886): 582 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-04021-0 The researchers showed that by starting from seemingly common materials, a radically new quantum state of matter can appear. The discovery ... Read more
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Journal Reference:

  1. Viliam Va?o, Mohammad Amini, Somesh C. Ganguli, Guangze Chen, Jose L. Lado, Shawulienu Kezilebieke, Peter Liljeroth. Artificial heavy fermions in a van der Waals heterostructure. Nature, 2021; 599 (7886): 582 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-04021-0

The researchers showed that by starting from seemingly common materials, a radically new quantum state of matter can appear. The discovery emerged from their efforts to create a quantum spin liquid which they could use to investigate emergent quantum phenomena such as gauge theory. This involves fabricating a single layer of atomically thin tantalum disulphide, but the process also creates islands that consist of two layers.

When the team examined these islands, they found that interactions between the two layers induced a phenomenon known as the Kondo effect, leading to a macroscopically entangled state of matter producing a heavy-fermion system.

The Kondo effect is an interaction between magnetic impurities and electrons that causes a material?s electrical resistance to change with temperature. This results in the electrons behaving as though they have more mass, leading these compounds to be called heavy fermion materials. This phenomenon is a hallmark of materials containing rare earth elements.

Heavy fermion materials are important in several domains of cutting-edge physics, including research into quantum materials. ?Studying complex quantum materials is hindered by the properties of naturally occurring compounds. Our goal is to produce artificial designer materials that can be readily tuned and controlled externally to expand the range of exotic phenomena that can be realized in the lab,? says Professor Peter Liljeroth.

For example, heavy fermion materials could act as topological superconductors, which could be useful for building qubits that are more robust to noise and perturbation from the environment, reducing error rates in quantum computers. ?Creating this in real life would benefit enormously from having a heavy fermion material system that can be readily incorporated into electrical devices and tuned externally,? explains Viliam Va?o, a doctoral student in Liljeroth?s group and the paper?s lead author.

Although both layers in the new material are tantalum sulphide, there are subtle but important differences in their properties. One layer behaves like a metal, conducting electrons, while the other layer has a structural change that causes electrons to be localized into a regular lattice. The combination of the two results in the appearance of heavy fermion physics, which neither layer exhibits alone.

This new heavy fermion material also offers a powerful tool for probing quantum criticality. ?The material can reach a quantum-critical point when it begins to move from one collective quantum state to another, for example, from a regular magnet towards an entangled heavy fermion material,? explains Professor Jose Lado. ?Between these states, the entire system is critical, reacting strongly to the slightest change, and providing an ideal platform to engineer even more exotic quantum matter.?

?In the future, we will explore how the system reacts to the rotation of each sheet relative to the other and try to modify the coupling between the layers to tune the material towards quantum critical behaviour,? says Liljeroth.

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A new artificial material mimics quantum entangled rare earth compounds

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Viliam Va?o, Mohammad Amini, Somesh C. Ganguli, Guangze Chen, Jose L. Lado, Shawulienu Kezilebieke, Peter Liljeroth. Artificial heavy fermions in a van der Waals heterostructure. Nature, 2021; 599 (7886): 582 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-04021-0 The researchers showed that by starting from seemingly common materials, a radically new quantum state of matter can appear. The discovery ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Viliam Va?o, Mohammad Amini, Somesh C. Ganguli, Guangze Chen, Jose L. Lado, Shawulienu Kezilebieke, Peter Liljeroth. Artificial heavy fermions in a van der Waals heterostructure. Nature, 2021; 599 (7886): 582 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-04021-0

The researchers showed that by starting from seemingly common materials, a radically new quantum state of matter can appear. The discovery emerged from their efforts to create a quantum spin liquid which they could use to investigate emergent quantum phenomena such as gauge theory. This involves fabricating a single layer of atomically thin tantalum disulphide, but the process also creates islands that consist of two layers.

When the team examined these islands, they found that interactions between the two layers induced a phenomenon known as the Kondo effect, leading to a macroscopically entangled state of matter producing a heavy-fermion system.

The Kondo effect is an interaction between magnetic impurities and electrons that causes a material?s electrical resistance to change with temperature. This results in the electrons behaving as though they have more mass, leading these compounds to be called heavy fermion materials. This phenomenon is a hallmark of materials containing rare earth elements.

Heavy fermion materials are important in several domains of cutting-edge physics, including research into quantum materials. ?Studying complex quantum materials is hindered by the properties of naturally occurring compounds. Our goal is to produce artificial designer materials that can be readily tuned and controlled externally to expand the range of exotic phenomena that can be realized in the lab,? says Professor Peter Liljeroth.

For example, heavy fermion materials could act as topological superconductors, which could be useful for building qubits that are more robust to noise and perturbation from the environment, reducing error rates in quantum computers. ?Creating this in real life would benefit enormously from having a heavy fermion material system that can be readily incorporated into electrical devices and tuned externally,? explains Viliam Va?o, a doctoral student in Liljeroth?s group and the paper?s lead author.

Although both layers in the new material are tantalum sulphide, there are subtle but important differences in their properties. One layer behaves like a metal, conducting electrons, while the other layer has a structural change that causes electrons to be localized into a regular lattice. The combination of the two results in the appearance of heavy fermion physics, which neither layer exhibits alone.

This new heavy fermion material also offers a powerful tool for probing quantum criticality. ?The material can reach a quantum-critical point when it begins to move from one collective quantum state to another, for example, from a regular magnet towards an entangled heavy fermion material,? explains Professor Jose Lado. ?Between these states, the entire system is critical, reacting strongly to the slightest change, and providing an ideal platform to engineer even more exotic quantum matter.?

?In the future, we will explore how the system reacts to the rotation of each sheet relative to the other and try to modify the coupling between the layers to tune the material towards quantum critical behaviour,? says Liljeroth.

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A new artificial material mimics quantum entangled rare earth compounds

[date_timestamp] => 1638140378 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Emilia Clarke didn?t like the end of ?Game of Thrones? either [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/emilia-clarke-didnt-like-the-end-of-game-of-thrones-either/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Sun, 28 Nov 2021 22:17:45 +0000 [category] => CelebrityClarkeEmiliaGameThrones [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=6609 [description] => Almost a year after one of the world’s most successful series came to an end, some of its protagonists have dared to give their opinion on the much-talked about – and even controversial – ending it had Game of Thrones. It has been the case of Emilia Clarke herself, Daenerys Targaryen in fiction, who has ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Almost a year after one of the world’s most successful series came to an end, some of its protagonists have dared to give their opinion on the much-talked about – and even controversial – ending it had Game of Thrones. It has been the case of Emilia Clarke herself, Daenerys Targaryen in fiction, who has raised the hare and confirmed what many already suspected: she did not like the final chapter either.

“I did not feel at all happy when I read the script and in each twist of the plot I tried not to think too much about what others were going to say when the episodes were broadcast,” says the actress in a recent interview with The Sunday Times. ?But deep down I always had in mind what the fans might think. After all, we owed everything to them. They were the ones who made us a success. It seemed the most correct and polite thing for me to do ?, he adds.

In the final chapter, Daenerys is killed by her lover ? and nephew ? Jon Snow, starring Hit Karington, after having led a genocide of innocent civilians in his quest to seize the Iron Throne. But it was not the death of her character that most frustrated or disappointed the actress, but the ways in which everything unfolded and, especially, that no type of retaliation fell on the other protagonist for her disappearance. ?I really felt sorry for her. And yes, I was really upset that Jon Snow didn’t have to face any consequences for killing her. He got totally unpunished for that crime ?, he defends.

Clarke even goes so far as to consider that perhaps it was a mistake to condense the entire ending practically into a single chapter. ?I don’t know, maybe we ended too abruptly. Maybe we could have developed the story several more chapters so that everything made more sense, “he concludes. An opinion not far removed from which thousands of followers of the series had who, through a collection of signatures, asked HBO to remake the entire last season and showed their disagreement with the writers and producers about how some of their songs had changed. initial arguments.

Although this is the first time that Clarke thinks so openly about the end of the series that catapulted her to fame, the actress had already made some mention of it. It was last September, when he considered “deeply flattering” the rejection that the last chapter had generated for many of the followers, since that showed all the affection they had for his character and fiction in general.

After eight seasons and with an average of almost 12 million viewers per episode in the United States alone, Game of Thrones It was a series that transcended television and became a true global cultural phenomenon. It opened the door to success for many of its protagonists in addition to Clarke and Harington, such as Peter Dinklage, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams or Lena Headey, among others. However, not everything has been a field of roses. Throughout these years it has been known that many of them did not know how to manage the immense fame they achieved in such a short time and also the pressures they suffered on some occasions.

Emilia Clarke herself revealed last November the discussions she had had with some of the heads of the production due to the frequent nudes she had to star in, especially in the first seasons. “I told them that the sheet did not cover my whole body and they answered: ‘You do not want to disappoint your followers,” the actress revealed in an interview. The interpreter is now 33 years old, but when the series began filming, in July 2010, she was 22. The youth, the lack of experience and the pressure ended up generating stress that led her to depend on alcohol. In fact, in 2016, he told The Sun on these scenes: “All I need is vodka, flattering lighting, and I’m done.” His partner Kit Harington also took refuge in alcohol, who after finishing Game of Thrones He entered an anti-stress clinic to manage the problems that fame generated him and the pressure that he lived with his character.

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Emilia Clarke didn’t like the end of ‘Game of Thrones’ either

) [summary] => Almost a year after one of the world’s most successful series came to an end, some of its protagonists have dared to give their opinion on the much-talked about – and even controversial – ending it had Game of Thrones. It has been the case of Emilia Clarke herself, Daenerys Targaryen in fiction, who has ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Almost a year after one of the world’s most successful series came to an end, some of its protagonists have dared to give their opinion on the much-talked about – and even controversial – ending it had Game of Thrones. It has been the case of Emilia Clarke herself, Daenerys Targaryen in fiction, who has raised the hare and confirmed what many already suspected: she did not like the final chapter either.

“I did not feel at all happy when I read the script and in each twist of the plot I tried not to think too much about what others were going to say when the episodes were broadcast,” says the actress in a recent interview with The Sunday Times. ?But deep down I always had in mind what the fans might think. After all, we owed everything to them. They were the ones who made us a success. It seemed the most correct and polite thing for me to do ?, he adds.

In the final chapter, Daenerys is killed by her lover ? and nephew ? Jon Snow, starring Hit Karington, after having led a genocide of innocent civilians in his quest to seize the Iron Throne. But it was not the death of her character that most frustrated or disappointed the actress, but the ways in which everything unfolded and, especially, that no type of retaliation fell on the other protagonist for her disappearance. ?I really felt sorry for her. And yes, I was really upset that Jon Snow didn’t have to face any consequences for killing her. He got totally unpunished for that crime ?, he defends.

Clarke even goes so far as to consider that perhaps it was a mistake to condense the entire ending practically into a single chapter. ?I don’t know, maybe we ended too abruptly. Maybe we could have developed the story several more chapters so that everything made more sense, “he concludes. An opinion not far removed from which thousands of followers of the series had who, through a collection of signatures, asked HBO to remake the entire last season and showed their disagreement with the writers and producers about how some of their songs had changed. initial arguments.

Although this is the first time that Clarke thinks so openly about the end of the series that catapulted her to fame, the actress had already made some mention of it. It was last September, when he considered “deeply flattering” the rejection that the last chapter had generated for many of the followers, since that showed all the affection they had for his character and fiction in general.

After eight seasons and with an average of almost 12 million viewers per episode in the United States alone, Game of Thrones It was a series that transcended television and became a true global cultural phenomenon. It opened the door to success for many of its protagonists in addition to Clarke and Harington, such as Peter Dinklage, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams or Lena Headey, among others. However, not everything has been a field of roses. Throughout these years it has been known that many of them did not know how to manage the immense fame they achieved in such a short time and also the pressures they suffered on some occasions.

Emilia Clarke herself revealed last November the discussions she had had with some of the heads of the production due to the frequent nudes she had to star in, especially in the first seasons. “I told them that the sheet did not cover my whole body and they answered: ‘You do not want to disappoint your followers,” the actress revealed in an interview. The interpreter is now 33 years old, but when the series began filming, in July 2010, she was 22. The youth, the lack of experience and the pressure ended up generating stress that led her to depend on alcohol. In fact, in 2016, he told The Sun on these scenes: “All I need is vodka, flattering lighting, and I’m done.” His partner Kit Harington also took refuge in alcohol, who after finishing Game of Thrones He entered an anti-stress clinic to manage the problems that fame generated him and the pressure that he lived with his character.

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Emilia Clarke didn’t like the end of ‘Game of Thrones’ either

[date_timestamp] => 1638137865 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Isabelle Stanislas: ?The Elysée building site has reinforced my idea of ??moving towards more purity? [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/isabelle-stanislas-the-elysee-building-site-has-reinforced-my-idea-of-%e2%80%8b%e2%80%8bmoving-towards-more-purity/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Moonlky ) [pubdate] => Sun, 28 Nov 2021 19:16:01 +0000 [category] => MagazinebuildingElyséeideaIsabellemovingpurityreinforcedStanislas [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=6605 [description] => Interior designer Isabelle Stanislas. MATTHIEU SALVAING On October 9, the Galliera Museum, entirely dedicated to fashion, stepped aside by inviting an interior designer to present her monograph. To believe the main interested party, this choice was not foolish. ?My first clients were clothing brands, notably Zadig & Voltaire, for whom I designed many shops. Today, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

On October 9, the Galliera Museum, entirely dedicated to fashion, stepped aside by inviting an interior designer to present her monograph. To believe the main interested party, this choice was not foolish. ?My first clients were clothing brands, notably Zadig & Voltaire, for whom I designed many shops. Today, I still design showrooms or apartments for some of the faithful belonging to this milieu. This is why I wanted to make this signature to Galliera, as a nod to my first love ?, explains Isabelle Stanislas, who studied at the School of Fine Arts before turning to interior architecture and decoration in 2001.

Unknown to the general public, rather associated with luxurious construction sites, Isabelle Stanislas could have been talked about when she was working on the redevelopment of the Elysée village hall, but no one wanted to advertise this renovation. delivered in January 2019 in the midst of the ?yellow vests? movement, and went almost unnoticed.

More minimalist and warm projects

Since the start of the school year, the interior designer has been promoting his line of furniture – formerly reserved for his own projects – with 50 references and now available for sale. She explores all the typologies, revisited in natural materials: wooden sofa covered with tarlatan (Indian cotton fabric), oak armchair and leather ties, black marble and brass fireplace … Her style has been refined over the years. , proposing assemblies of geometric shapes in games of balance or made of solids and voids.

8:15 pm Almost ready, the scent designed by Isabelle Stanislas with the Vincent Ricord nose.

But the project that she especially wants to defend is her interior fragrance created for D’Orsay perfumes. ?Since I have imagined places, the olfactory dimension has always been important to me. So much so that I systematically offer my customers scented candles chosen according to their interiors and their personalities? And when I design shops I always include perfume diffusers as a final touch. So creating my own scent seemed obvious to me? ? The result, developed with the Vincent Ricord nose, was dubbed 20:15 Almost Ready.

?I didn’t want to publish a catalog of my works, but rather focus on those which have deepened the link between my contemporary drawing and the existing heritage. »Isabelle Stanislas

Other news therefore, his book Draw the space, create the emotion (Rizzoli), which proves that his projects have become more minimalist and warm at the same time. A style fitting in with the tastes of an era eager for white plaster walls, cotton gauze curtains and raw wood furniture … ?I feel like I’m going for more sketching, which ultimately requires more design and attention to detail. Everything is played out in the nuances, the lighting, the gradations of colors, it is a complex and subtle work. Because paradoxically, to keep things minimal, you have to multiply the details. “

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Isabelle Stanislas: “The Elysée building site has reinforced my idea of ??moving towards more purity”

) [summary] => Interior designer Isabelle Stanislas. MATTHIEU SALVAING On October 9, the Galliera Museum, entirely dedicated to fashion, stepped aside by inviting an interior designer to present her monograph. To believe the main interested party, this choice was not foolish. ?My first clients were clothing brands, notably Zadig & Voltaire, for whom I designed many shops. Today, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

On October 9, the Galliera Museum, entirely dedicated to fashion, stepped aside by inviting an interior designer to present her monograph. To believe the main interested party, this choice was not foolish. ?My first clients were clothing brands, notably Zadig & Voltaire, for whom I designed many shops. Today, I still design showrooms or apartments for some of the faithful belonging to this milieu. This is why I wanted to make this signature to Galliera, as a nod to my first love ?, explains Isabelle Stanislas, who studied at the School of Fine Arts before turning to interior architecture and decoration in 2001.

Unknown to the general public, rather associated with luxurious construction sites, Isabelle Stanislas could have been talked about when she was working on the redevelopment of the Elysée village hall, but no one wanted to advertise this renovation. delivered in January 2019 in the midst of the ?yellow vests? movement, and went almost unnoticed.

More minimalist and warm projects

Since the start of the school year, the interior designer has been promoting his line of furniture – formerly reserved for his own projects – with 50 references and now available for sale. She explores all the typologies, revisited in natural materials: wooden sofa covered with tarlatan (Indian cotton fabric), oak armchair and leather ties, black marble and brass fireplace … Her style has been refined over the years. , proposing assemblies of geometric shapes in games of balance or made of solids and voids.

8:15 pm Almost ready, the scent designed by Isabelle Stanislas with the Vincent Ricord nose.

But the project that she especially wants to defend is her interior fragrance created for D’Orsay perfumes. ?Since I have imagined places, the olfactory dimension has always been important to me. So much so that I systematically offer my customers scented candles chosen according to their interiors and their personalities? And when I design shops I always include perfume diffusers as a final touch. So creating my own scent seemed obvious to me? ? The result, developed with the Vincent Ricord nose, was dubbed 20:15 Almost Ready.

?I didn’t want to publish a catalog of my works, but rather focus on those which have deepened the link between my contemporary drawing and the existing heritage. »Isabelle Stanislas

Other news therefore, his book Draw the space, create the emotion (Rizzoli), which proves that his projects have become more minimalist and warm at the same time. A style fitting in with the tastes of an era eager for white plaster walls, cotton gauze curtains and raw wood furniture … ?I feel like I’m going for more sketching, which ultimately requires more design and attention to detail. Everything is played out in the nuances, the lighting, the gradations of colors, it is a complex and subtle work. Because paradoxically, to keep things minimal, you have to multiply the details. “

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Isabelle Stanislas: “The Elysée building site has reinforced my idea of ??moving towards more purity”

[date_timestamp] => 1638126961 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Marisol García column: Abba, Adele and Get Back: better to wait than to applaud ? La Tercera [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/marisol-garcia-column-abba-adele-and-get-back-better-to-wait-than-to-applaud-la-tercera/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tom Pauler ) [pubdate] => Sun, 28 Nov 2021 18:21:30 +0000 [category] => CelebrityAbbaAdeleapplaudColumnGarciaMarisolTercerawait [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=6599 [description] => It is a convention before every concert; Inescapable margin at the beginning of each album: seconds of silence that precede the music and clearly mark its start. It is the silence of expectation, a brief and apparently irrelevant space, but without which the experience of listening would be another, perhaps more banal. Like all pleasure, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

It is a convention before every concert; Inescapable margin at the beginning of each album: seconds of silence that precede the music and clearly mark its start. It is the silence of expectation, a brief and apparently irrelevant space, but without which the experience of listening would be another, perhaps more banal. Like all pleasure, music is more satisfying if it comes after a brief anxiety, right at the end of the doubt. The big festivals are announced with ample advance notice, and then the wait is so long and the sound so short. In another era, the walk home with a new album in hand prepared the mood for a play of enormous private relevance, unintelligible for those who have become accustomed to streaming.

The Beatles: Get Back confirmed this week to be the most important musical documentary of the year not because of what it shows but because of how we expect it. “An event” has called El País. It is “the most emotional Beatles record ever,” for Rolling Stone. The eight hours directed by Peter Jackson win the Oscar for Expectation. One even understands the anxiety of the filmmaker himself working alone at home: “I couldn’t believe what I was seeing …”.

We overestimate the visible and audible gestures of approval of the music – the sales figures, the rankings, the gestures of lack of control – when there is so much that it can be moved in areas other than the accounting measure. “I have come to the conclusion, with the utmost seriousness, that the most effective measure that could be taken in our culture today would be the gradual but complete elimination of audience response,” Glenn Gould wrote years ago. Standing applause? Shouts of enthusiasm? “Momentary adrenaline explosions”, according to the Canadian pianist, which have nothing to do with “the internal combustion that art ignites in hearts” gradually and serenely. We recommend reading its funny Gould plan for the abolition of applause and demonstrations of all kinds, in favor of his personal utopia for an audience “seen but not heard.”

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(Baillie Walsh/Capitol Records via AP)

Enough data we already have about Abba’s reunion and Adele’s new album, for example, but their incontestable figures are not the only thing that has turned them into record events in these weeks: they get the band and the singer, the Swedes and the British, an anxiety around their steps that immediately finds itself in another space evaluation.

His albums are not a big deal, let’s agree: impeccable mega-productions with predictable progress and imposed emotionality; dependent on the past, some for history, the other for aesthetic reference. But they must be granted the point of expectation among their followers, that immaterial prize that has never reached the chest of Grammy-laden names or the ego of the critics’ spoiled. In general, it is never pleasant to carry anxiety, but before the music that indomitable sensation, that simmering restlessness, is the noble proof of an unbeatable communication.

We wish to give thanks to the author of this post for this incredible material

Marisol García column: Abba, Adele and Get Back: better to wait than to applaud – La Tercera

) [summary] => It is a convention before every concert; Inescapable margin at the beginning of each album: seconds of silence that precede the music and clearly mark its start. It is the silence of expectation, a brief and apparently irrelevant space, but without which the experience of listening would be another, perhaps more banal. Like all pleasure, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

It is a convention before every concert; Inescapable margin at the beginning of each album: seconds of silence that precede the music and clearly mark its start. It is the silence of expectation, a brief and apparently irrelevant space, but without which the experience of listening would be another, perhaps more banal. Like all pleasure, music is more satisfying if it comes after a brief anxiety, right at the end of the doubt. The big festivals are announced with ample advance notice, and then the wait is so long and the sound so short. In another era, the walk home with a new album in hand prepared the mood for a play of enormous private relevance, unintelligible for those who have become accustomed to streaming.

The Beatles: Get Back confirmed this week to be the most important musical documentary of the year not because of what it shows but because of how we expect it. “An event” has called El País. It is “the most emotional Beatles record ever,” for Rolling Stone. The eight hours directed by Peter Jackson win the Oscar for Expectation. One even understands the anxiety of the filmmaker himself working alone at home: “I couldn’t believe what I was seeing …”.

We overestimate the visible and audible gestures of approval of the music – the sales figures, the rankings, the gestures of lack of control – when there is so much that it can be moved in areas other than the accounting measure. “I have come to the conclusion, with the utmost seriousness, that the most effective measure that could be taken in our culture today would be the gradual but complete elimination of audience response,” Glenn Gould wrote years ago. Standing applause? Shouts of enthusiasm? “Momentary adrenaline explosions”, according to the Canadian pianist, which have nothing to do with “the internal combustion that art ignites in hearts” gradually and serenely. We recommend reading its funny Gould plan for the abolition of applause and demonstrations of all kinds, in favor of his personal utopia for an audience “seen but not heard.”

BZPCWNBLGZP53OWOZ4KBCX3YVQ
(Baillie Walsh/Capitol Records via AP)

Enough data we already have about Abba’s reunion and Adele’s new album, for example, but their incontestable figures are not the only thing that has turned them into record events in these weeks: they get the band and the singer, the Swedes and the British, an anxiety around their steps that immediately finds itself in another space evaluation.

His albums are not a big deal, let’s agree: impeccable mega-productions with predictable progress and imposed emotionality; dependent on the past, some for history, the other for aesthetic reference. But they must be granted the point of expectation among their followers, that immaterial prize that has never reached the chest of Grammy-laden names or the ego of the critics’ spoiled. In general, it is never pleasant to carry anxiety, but before the music that indomitable sensation, that simmering restlessness, is the noble proof of an unbeatable communication.

We wish to give thanks to the author of this post for this incredible material

Marisol García column: Abba, Adele and Get Back: better to wait than to applaud – La Tercera

[date_timestamp] => 1638123690 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Harry Potter: 8 times natural talent beat hard work [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/harry-potter-8-times-natural-talent-beat-hard-work/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Sun, 28 Nov 2021 18:20:30 +0000 [category] => MoviesbeathardHarrynaturalPottertalenttimes [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=6593 [description] => Magic in Harry Potter it is both a science and an art form. While natural magical power helps, the most accomplished magicians are often those who have spent hundreds of hours taking advantage of their art. Wizards live longer than humans, so true experts like Dumbledore can theoretically spend more than a century practicing their ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Magic in Harry Potter it is both a science and an art form. While natural magical power helps, the most accomplished magicians are often those who have spent hundreds of hours taking advantage of their art. Wizards live longer than humans, so true experts like Dumbledore can theoretically spend more than a century practicing their spells.

However, the effect of natural magic power cannot be downplayed. Some people have a talent for magic that places them on a much higher starting base than others, and this talent can outweigh the benefits of hard work in Harry Potter, but not always.

8 Harry’s second confrontation with Voldemort

At the climax of Harry Potter and Philosopher’s Stone, Harry confronts Voldemort, the main villain, who possesses the body of Professor Quirrell. After being forced to retrieve the Philosopher’s Stone, Harry is attacked by Quirrell.

Although he has never been the most fearsome of wizards, Quirrell’s use of non-verbal magic makes it clear that, in a traditional duel, he would effortlessly bring down eleven-year-old Harry. However, upon attempting to grab him, the protective enchantment on Harry is activated to repel Voldemort’s touch, killing Quirrell despite his years of experience.

7 Molly Weasley killing Bellatrix, a powerful Death Eaterharry potter 8 veces que el talento natural vencio al trabajo duro 1

Along the Harry Potter It is hinted on numerous occasions that Molly Weasley is a far more powerful witch than she is credited with. As well as using magic to effortlessly run an entire house, he also belongs to the talented Prewett bloodline, whose brothers are famous for their heroic last battle against the Death Eaters.

When Bellatrix (Helena Bonham Carter) tries to kill Molly’s daughter, Ginny, she duels with her. Bellatrix is ??also from a powerful family and has proven capable of resisting Dumbledore’s spells, and has much more practice in dueling. However, Molly’s power, coupled with her rage, makes Bellatrix win.

6 Harry killing the basilisk with a swordharry potter 8 veces que el talento natural vencio al trabajo duro 2

It is not always the natural talent for magic that saves the day in Harry Potter. At the end of The secret chamber, Harry is forced to fight against the basilisk, the creature that has been terrorizing all of Hogwarts for a year and that can kill with a glance. Even after gouging out the basilisk’s eyes, the creature is able to follow Harry by sound, and can attack with poisonous fangs.

With Voldemort in possession of his wand, Harry’s only weapon is Godric Gryffindor’s sword, which he draws from the Sorting Hat. Although swordsmanship is not taught at Hogwarts and the basilisk is a magical predator of the first order, Harry’s natural talent allows him to kill it, albeit almost at the cost of his own life.

5 Harry conjuring a patronus with a minimum of practiceharry potter 8 veces que el talento natural vencio al trabajo duro 3

The patronus enchantment is one of the most difficult spells in the universe the Harry Potter. It requires not only a high level of magical ability, but also a certain mindset and emotional and mental strength to maintain a happy memory in the face of a Dementor’s psychological attack.

Many powerful and learned wizards can only conjure a shield that repels dementors. After a minimal number of training sessions and in a moment of desperation, Harry is able to launch a Patronus at full power, saving his life and that of Sirius Black.

4 Neville killing Nagini in the Deathly Hallowsharry potter 8 veces que el talento natural vencio al trabajo duro 4

Harry isn’t the only Gryffindor student capable of drawing the Gryffindor sword. In theory, any member of the household who acts on his principles of bravery, nerve, and chivalry could do so if his motivation is heroic.

In the final stages of the Battle of Hogwarts, Harry occupies Voldemort, while Hermione and Ron are pursued by Nagini. His spells fail to damage her, but Neville appears with the sword, after taking it out of the Sorting Hat, and beheads the snake. Although he has never been the most skilled wizard, Neville’s natural bravery and sheer reflexes make Voldemort truly vulnerable.

3 Defense Against Harry’s Dark Artsharry potter 8 veces que el talento natural vencio al trabajo duro 5

There is no denying that Harry Potter and Ron Weasley are accomplished wizards. However, when it comes to her classes, Hermione is hands down a better student than either of them, paying more attention and consistently outperforming them on homework and theory.

However, when it comes to his ordinary levels of magic, Harry gets an A, while Hermione “just” gets an excess of expectations. Although Harry has undoubtedly studied, Hermione has done more, and yet Harry’s natural abilities in fighting dark magic cause him to surpass her.

2 The magic of every young wizardharry potter 8 veces que el talento natural vencio al trabajo duro 6

Much of the education of young witches and wizards in Harry Potter consists of teaching students to control their magic to achieve the desired effects. Even without this education, most wizards are able to use magic instinctively, with sometimes devastating effects, such as when Neville accidentally throws his teacher across the room.

In many ways, this magic exceeds what they will deliberately produce over several years. It does not require a wand, no words, and its effects are more powerful than the simple charms learned in early education. Hard work will eventually outpace what a magician can instinctively do, but not for long.

1 Harry’s skill on a broomstickharry potter 8 veces que el talento natural vencio al trabajo duro 7

A member of the Quidditch team and eventually his campaign, Harry has spent countless hours of his life practicing to fly. Barely holding up his broom for the first time, Harry responds when Draco drops Neville’s “Remembrall”, riding the broom and flying after him. His natural talent was enough to impress Professor McGonagall, who made him join the Quidditch team despite his young age.

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Harry Potter: 8 times natural talent beat hard work

) [summary] => Magic in Harry Potter it is both a science and an art form. While natural magical power helps, the most accomplished magicians are often those who have spent hundreds of hours taking advantage of their art. Wizards live longer than humans, so true experts like Dumbledore can theoretically spend more than a century practicing their ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Magic in Harry Potter it is both a science and an art form. While natural magical power helps, the most accomplished magicians are often those who have spent hundreds of hours taking advantage of their art. Wizards live longer than humans, so true experts like Dumbledore can theoretically spend more than a century practicing their spells.

However, the effect of natural magic power cannot be downplayed. Some people have a talent for magic that places them on a much higher starting base than others, and this talent can outweigh the benefits of hard work in Harry Potter, but not always.

8 Harry’s second confrontation with Voldemort

At the climax of Harry Potter and Philosopher’s Stone, Harry confronts Voldemort, the main villain, who possesses the body of Professor Quirrell. After being forced to retrieve the Philosopher’s Stone, Harry is attacked by Quirrell.

Although he has never been the most fearsome of wizards, Quirrell’s use of non-verbal magic makes it clear that, in a traditional duel, he would effortlessly bring down eleven-year-old Harry. However, upon attempting to grab him, the protective enchantment on Harry is activated to repel Voldemort’s touch, killing Quirrell despite his years of experience.

7 Molly Weasley killing Bellatrix, a powerful Death Eaterharry potter 8 veces que el talento natural vencio al trabajo duro 1

Along the Harry Potter It is hinted on numerous occasions that Molly Weasley is a far more powerful witch than she is credited with. As well as using magic to effortlessly run an entire house, he also belongs to the talented Prewett bloodline, whose brothers are famous for their heroic last battle against the Death Eaters.

When Bellatrix (Helena Bonham Carter) tries to kill Molly’s daughter, Ginny, she duels with her. Bellatrix is ??also from a powerful family and has proven capable of resisting Dumbledore’s spells, and has much more practice in dueling. However, Molly’s power, coupled with her rage, makes Bellatrix win.

6 Harry killing the basilisk with a swordharry potter 8 veces que el talento natural vencio al trabajo duro 2

It is not always the natural talent for magic that saves the day in Harry Potter. At the end of The secret chamber, Harry is forced to fight against the basilisk, the creature that has been terrorizing all of Hogwarts for a year and that can kill with a glance. Even after gouging out the basilisk’s eyes, the creature is able to follow Harry by sound, and can attack with poisonous fangs.

With Voldemort in possession of his wand, Harry’s only weapon is Godric Gryffindor’s sword, which he draws from the Sorting Hat. Although swordsmanship is not taught at Hogwarts and the basilisk is a magical predator of the first order, Harry’s natural talent allows him to kill it, albeit almost at the cost of his own life.

5 Harry conjuring a patronus with a minimum of practiceharry potter 8 veces que el talento natural vencio al trabajo duro 3

The patronus enchantment is one of the most difficult spells in the universe the Harry Potter. It requires not only a high level of magical ability, but also a certain mindset and emotional and mental strength to maintain a happy memory in the face of a Dementor’s psychological attack.

Many powerful and learned wizards can only conjure a shield that repels dementors. After a minimal number of training sessions and in a moment of desperation, Harry is able to launch a Patronus at full power, saving his life and that of Sirius Black.

4 Neville killing Nagini in the Deathly Hallowsharry potter 8 veces que el talento natural vencio al trabajo duro 4

Harry isn’t the only Gryffindor student capable of drawing the Gryffindor sword. In theory, any member of the household who acts on his principles of bravery, nerve, and chivalry could do so if his motivation is heroic.

In the final stages of the Battle of Hogwarts, Harry occupies Voldemort, while Hermione and Ron are pursued by Nagini. His spells fail to damage her, but Neville appears with the sword, after taking it out of the Sorting Hat, and beheads the snake. Although he has never been the most skilled wizard, Neville’s natural bravery and sheer reflexes make Voldemort truly vulnerable.

3 Defense Against Harry’s Dark Artsharry potter 8 veces que el talento natural vencio al trabajo duro 5

There is no denying that Harry Potter and Ron Weasley are accomplished wizards. However, when it comes to her classes, Hermione is hands down a better student than either of them, paying more attention and consistently outperforming them on homework and theory.

However, when it comes to his ordinary levels of magic, Harry gets an A, while Hermione “just” gets an excess of expectations. Although Harry has undoubtedly studied, Hermione has done more, and yet Harry’s natural abilities in fighting dark magic cause him to surpass her.

2 The magic of every young wizardharry potter 8 veces que el talento natural vencio al trabajo duro 6

Much of the education of young witches and wizards in Harry Potter consists of teaching students to control their magic to achieve the desired effects. Even without this education, most wizards are able to use magic instinctively, with sometimes devastating effects, such as when Neville accidentally throws his teacher across the room.

In many ways, this magic exceeds what they will deliberately produce over several years. It does not require a wand, no words, and its effects are more powerful than the simple charms learned in early education. Hard work will eventually outpace what a magician can instinctively do, but not for long.

1 Harry’s skill on a broomstickharry potter 8 veces que el talento natural vencio al trabajo duro 7

A member of the Quidditch team and eventually his campaign, Harry has spent countless hours of his life practicing to fly. Barely holding up his broom for the first time, Harry responds when Draco drops Neville’s “Remembrall”, riding the broom and flying after him. His natural talent was enough to impress Professor McGonagall, who made him join the Quidditch team despite his young age.

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Harry Potter: 8 times natural talent beat hard work

[date_timestamp] => 1638123630 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Nuclear: Iran hardens its line and refutes ?illegal sanctions? [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/nuclear-iran-hardens-its-line-and-refutes-illegal-sanctions/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Qnenly ) [pubdate] => Sun, 28 Nov 2021 18:18:41 +0000 [category] => World NewshardensillegalIrannuclearrefutessanctions [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=6587 [description] => Iranian President Ebrahim Raïssi in Parliament during a confidence vote session in Tehran on November 16, 2021. VAHID SALEMI / AP A few days before the resumption of negotiations on Tehran’s nuclear issue in Vienna, on November 29, very few concrete details are known on the positioning of the new Iranian president, the ultra-conservative Ebrahim ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

A few days before the resumption of negotiations on Tehran’s nuclear issue in Vienna, on November 29, very few concrete details are known on the positioning of the new Iranian president, the ultra-conservative Ebrahim Raïssi, elected in June, if not. is that it remains firm. The words of certain authorities of the new administration already attest to this. On November 10, Tehran’s chief nuclear negotiator Ali Bagheri Kani announced that the Vienna talks should hardly be called “Nuclear negotiations”, since, according to Tehran, these issues have been resolved “Completely” under the 2015 agreement.

Instead, the next negotiations must focus “Exclusively » on the lifting ofs “illegal sanctions”, added Mr. Bagheri Kani. In 2018, former US President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew from the Nuclear “deal”, which has led to the return of numerous American sanctions against Tehran. In response, the Islamic Republic of Iran had resumed much of its nuclear activities. Today, Tehran’s uranium stock is growing rapidly. A part is enriched to 60%, while, according to the terms of the agreement, this level must not exceed 3.67%.

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An atomic weapon in a month

According to the Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS), a think tank in the United States specializing in the analysis of nuclear weapons, Tehran could produce enough fissile material to build an atomic weapon in a month, in a “Worst case estimate”. In addition, since February, Tehran has blocked access for inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to its facilities.

While the Americans raise the possibility of proposing a so-called interim nuclear agreement, the Iranian press, today mainly dominated by harsh voices, firmly rejects this scenario. November 20, the ultraconservative daily Kayhan called the idea of ??an interim agreement “Deception” and of ” trap “, welcoming the expansion of the nuclear program which, according to this publication, is bearing fruit.

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On the Internet, a mirror of public opinion in Iran in the absence of independent polls, the resumption of nuclear negotiations does not seem to arouse much interest among the population. On Friday, as farmers and residents of central Isfahan province sought to continue their peaceful protest against the leadership’s mismanagement of water, protesters were shot and wounded. Many videos posted on social networks show men and women, sometimes very old, covered in blood. We also see the police, in civilian clothes or in uniform, batons and firearms in hand, hitting or shooting at the crowd. In the region, Internet access has been severely disrupted, a measure the Iranian regime applies in the event of a dispute. It is not known whether the repression in Isfahan caused any casualties. One thing is however certain: today, the Iranian regime does not seem ready to show flexibility, neither inside nor outside.

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Nuclear: Iran hardens its line and refutes “illegal sanctions”

) [summary] => Iranian President Ebrahim Raïssi in Parliament during a confidence vote session in Tehran on November 16, 2021. VAHID SALEMI / AP A few days before the resumption of negotiations on Tehran’s nuclear issue in Vienna, on November 29, very few concrete details are known on the positioning of the new Iranian president, the ultra-conservative Ebrahim ... Read more [atom_content] =>

A few days before the resumption of negotiations on Tehran’s nuclear issue in Vienna, on November 29, very few concrete details are known on the positioning of the new Iranian president, the ultra-conservative Ebrahim Raïssi, elected in June, if not. is that it remains firm. The words of certain authorities of the new administration already attest to this. On November 10, Tehran’s chief nuclear negotiator Ali Bagheri Kani announced that the Vienna talks should hardly be called “Nuclear negotiations”, since, according to Tehran, these issues have been resolved “Completely” under the 2015 agreement.

Instead, the next negotiations must focus “Exclusively » on the lifting ofs “illegal sanctions”, added Mr. Bagheri Kani. In 2018, former US President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew from the Nuclear “deal”, which has led to the return of numerous American sanctions against Tehran. In response, the Islamic Republic of Iran had resumed much of its nuclear activities. Today, Tehran’s uranium stock is growing rapidly. A part is enriched to 60%, while, according to the terms of the agreement, this level must not exceed 3.67%.

Read also our article from May 9, 2018: Article reserved for our subscribers In Iran, Trump’s decision on nuclear deal causes disarray

An atomic weapon in a month

According to the Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS), a think tank in the United States specializing in the analysis of nuclear weapons, Tehran could produce enough fissile material to build an atomic weapon in a month, in a “Worst case estimate”. In addition, since February, Tehran has blocked access for inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to its facilities.

While the Americans raise the possibility of proposing a so-called interim nuclear agreement, the Iranian press, today mainly dominated by harsh voices, firmly rejects this scenario. November 20, the ultraconservative daily Kayhan called the idea of ??an interim agreement “Deception” and of ” trap “, welcoming the expansion of the nuclear program which, according to this publication, is bearing fruit.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers In Vienna, tense diplomatic reunion around Iranian nuclear power

On the Internet, a mirror of public opinion in Iran in the absence of independent polls, the resumption of nuclear negotiations does not seem to arouse much interest among the population. On Friday, as farmers and residents of central Isfahan province sought to continue their peaceful protest against the leadership’s mismanagement of water, protesters were shot and wounded. Many videos posted on social networks show men and women, sometimes very old, covered in blood. We also see the police, in civilian clothes or in uniform, batons and firearms in hand, hitting or shooting at the crowd. In the region, Internet access has been severely disrupted, a measure the Iranian regime applies in the event of a dispute. It is not known whether the repression in Isfahan caused any casualties. One thing is however certain: today, the Iranian regime does not seem ready to show flexibility, neither inside nor outside.

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Nuclear: Iran hardens its line and refutes “illegal sanctions”

[date_timestamp] => 1638123521 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => In Vienna, tense diplomatic reunion around Iranian nuclear power [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/in-vienna-tense-diplomatic-reunion-around-iranian-nuclear-power/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Sun, 28 Nov 2021 18:11:34 +0000 [category] => MagazinediplomaticIraniannuclearpowerreuniontenseVienna [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=6581 [description] => See Vienna again. This was for months the hope of the chanceries involved in the rescue of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA), the Iranian nuclear agreement signed in 2015. In the spring, six rounds of negotiations took place. were held in the Austrian capital with representatives from Tehran, with a dual objective: the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

See Vienna again. This was for months the hope of the chanceries involved in the rescue of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA), the Iranian nuclear agreement signed in 2015. In the spring, six rounds of negotiations took place. were held in the Austrian capital with representatives from Tehran, with a dual objective: the return of the regime within the strict framework of its obligations under the agreement; the American return to the JCPoA, with the gradual lifting of economic sanctions on Iran. Monday, November 29, after a six-month hiatus, diplomats will finally meet in Vienna, in an atmosphere of generalized pessimism.

The election of the ultra-conservative Ebrahim Raïssi to the Iranian presidency in June marked a break in a process deemed promising by the participants. Under the pretext of putting in place a new team of negotiators, Tehran has continued to employ delaying maneuvers, while continuing its operational flight. In nine months, the ambition of Europeans and Americans has been radically revised downwards. Originally, the allies hoped to rehabilitate the JCPoA, then broaden the discussion with the Iranians to regional security, that is to say in priority to their ballistic program. This extremely optimistic plan seems far away.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Ebrahim Raïssi, Iran’s tough new face

Hypothesis of a “JCPoA less”

Today, these same countries are considering the hypothesis of a “JCPoA less”, an intermediate agreement, for fear of the void that would be a failure in Vienna. This formula would be based on a give and take: Iran would cease the most controversial activities of its program (production of uranium metal, enrichment to 20% and more), in exchange for the lifting of part of the sanctions. Such a temporary compromise, for which the regime expresses no public interest, would prevent a further escalation with Iran: the imposition of additional sanctions, or even air or cyber attacks against its sites. In the latter area, which allows for denial, Israel has already taken the lead, experts say. The Jewish state has communicated to Washington its fierce opposition to such an agreement, which it believes would reward the ultraconservative regime.

Diplomatic contacts multiplied ahead of this meeting in Vienna. On November 18, in Riyadh, the political directors of E3 (France, Germany, United Kingdom) and the American special envoy for Iran, Robert Malley, held consultations with the Gulf Cooperation Council, its Member States, Egypt and Jordan. On November 23, State Department spokesman Ned Price reiterated America’s wish to see “This Iranian government should present itself at least to Vienna, being ready to participate in these discussions with the other members of the P5 + 1 in good faith, seeking to build on the progress made during the previous meetings”.

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In Vienna, tense diplomatic reunion around Iranian nuclear power

) [summary] => See Vienna again. This was for months the hope of the chanceries involved in the rescue of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA), the Iranian nuclear agreement signed in 2015. In the spring, six rounds of negotiations took place. were held in the Austrian capital with representatives from Tehran, with a dual objective: the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

See Vienna again. This was for months the hope of the chanceries involved in the rescue of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA), the Iranian nuclear agreement signed in 2015. In the spring, six rounds of negotiations took place. were held in the Austrian capital with representatives from Tehran, with a dual objective: the return of the regime within the strict framework of its obligations under the agreement; the American return to the JCPoA, with the gradual lifting of economic sanctions on Iran. Monday, November 29, after a six-month hiatus, diplomats will finally meet in Vienna, in an atmosphere of generalized pessimism.

The election of the ultra-conservative Ebrahim Raïssi to the Iranian presidency in June marked a break in a process deemed promising by the participants. Under the pretext of putting in place a new team of negotiators, Tehran has continued to employ delaying maneuvers, while continuing its operational flight. In nine months, the ambition of Europeans and Americans has been radically revised downwards. Originally, the allies hoped to rehabilitate the JCPoA, then broaden the discussion with the Iranians to regional security, that is to say in priority to their ballistic program. This extremely optimistic plan seems far away.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Ebrahim Raïssi, Iran’s tough new face

Hypothesis of a “JCPoA less”

Today, these same countries are considering the hypothesis of a “JCPoA less”, an intermediate agreement, for fear of the void that would be a failure in Vienna. This formula would be based on a give and take: Iran would cease the most controversial activities of its program (production of uranium metal, enrichment to 20% and more), in exchange for the lifting of part of the sanctions. Such a temporary compromise, for which the regime expresses no public interest, would prevent a further escalation with Iran: the imposition of additional sanctions, or even air or cyber attacks against its sites. In the latter area, which allows for denial, Israel has already taken the lead, experts say. The Jewish state has communicated to Washington its fierce opposition to such an agreement, which it believes would reward the ultraconservative regime.

Diplomatic contacts multiplied ahead of this meeting in Vienna. On November 18, in Riyadh, the political directors of E3 (France, Germany, United Kingdom) and the American special envoy for Iran, Robert Malley, held consultations with the Gulf Cooperation Council, its Member States, Egypt and Jordan. On November 23, State Department spokesman Ned Price reiterated America’s wish to see “This Iranian government should present itself at least to Vienna, being ready to participate in these discussions with the other members of the P5 + 1 in good faith, seeking to build on the progress made during the previous meetings”.

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[date_timestamp] => 1638123094 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => More than 2,000 arrested in protests in Russia over the arrest of prominent opponent Alexei Navalny ? BBC News World [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/more-than-2000-arrested-in-protests-in-russia-over-the-arrest-of-prominent-opponent-alexei-navalny-bbc-news-world/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harold Kent ) [pubdate] => Sun, 28 Nov 2021 15:22:47 +0000 [category] => Influential PeopleAlexeiarrestarrestedBBCNavalnyNewsopponentprominentprotestsRussia [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=6575 [description] => Drafting BBC News World 23 January 2021 Image source, AFP Caption, Images of police beating or dragging protesters could be seen in several cities. Although he was imprisoned immediately upon his return to Russia, prominent opponent Alexei Navalny remains a matter of concern for the Kremlin. This Saturday, the Russian police arrested more than 2,000 ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>
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Caption,

Images of police beating or dragging protesters could be seen in several cities.

Although he was imprisoned immediately upon his return to Russia, prominent opponent Alexei Navalny remains a matter of concern for the Kremlin.

This Saturday, the Russian police arrested more than 2,000 people who participated in the massive protests in support of Navalny, according to non-governmental organizations that monitor these demonstrations.

Tens of thousands of people challenged a heavy police presence to join some of the largest demonstrations against President Vladimir Putin in recent years.

In Mosú, riot police were seen beating and dragging people participating in the protest.

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More than 2,000 arrested in protests in Russia over the arrest of prominent opponent Alexei Navalny – BBC News World

) [summary] => Drafting BBC News World 23 January 2021 Image source, AFP Caption, Images of police beating or dragging protesters could be seen in several cities. Although he was imprisoned immediately upon his return to Russia, prominent opponent Alexei Navalny remains a matter of concern for the Kremlin. This Saturday, the Russian police arrested more than 2,000 ... Read more [atom_content] =>
  • Drafting
  • BBC News World

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Caption,

Images of police beating or dragging protesters could be seen in several cities.

Although he was imprisoned immediately upon his return to Russia, prominent opponent Alexei Navalny remains a matter of concern for the Kremlin.

This Saturday, the Russian police arrested more than 2,000 people who participated in the massive protests in support of Navalny, according to non-governmental organizations that monitor these demonstrations.

Tens of thousands of people challenged a heavy police presence to join some of the largest demonstrations against President Vladimir Putin in recent years.

In Mosú, riot police were seen beating and dragging people participating in the protest.

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More than 2,000 arrested in protests in Russia over the arrest of prominent opponent Alexei Navalny – BBC News World

[date_timestamp] => 1638112967 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Alpine skiing: double victory gives ÖSV men confidence [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/alpine-skiing-double-victory-gives-osv-men-confidence/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tim Hall ) [pubdate] => Sun, 28 Nov 2021 15:16:45 +0000 [category] => SportAlpineconfidencedoubleÖSVskiingvictory [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=6569 [description] => ?Bad visibility, the slope was rough. It was relatively quick, it was a real World Cup descent, as one would wish, ?said Mayer, delighted with his eleventh World Cup victory. After his Super-G success in the Canadian World Cup community in 2019, the Olympic champion in both speed disciplines definitely wanted to remove the descent, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

?Bad visibility, the slope was rough. It was relatively quick, it was a real World Cup descent, as one would wish, ?said Mayer, delighted with his eleventh World Cup victory. After his Super-G success in the Canadian World Cup community in 2019, the Olympic champion in both speed disciplines definitely wanted to remove the descent, which is often disparagingly referred to as “Autobahn”, from his to-do list. ?It was one of my biggest goals to win the downhill here in Lake Louise,? revealed the 31-year-old, who was among the top three in the last six World Cup downhill runs.

He feels good, everything is fine when it comes to the material too. ?I’ve changed little things about my set-up that are very positive. We’ll see how the next races turn out, ?emphasized Mayer. ?I can definitely say that downhill is my strongest discipline at the moment. But as you can see today, my competitors are very strong. ?23 hundredths of a second were the distance with which he was able to keep Kriechmayr at bay. “I think that of course will motivate him a lot for the next races.”

Kriechmayr wants to “show the best skiing”

Downhill world champion Kriechmayr played the ball back politely and congratulated Mayer, who had “driven pretty much at the limit from top to bottom”. With the decision for starting number one, he did everything right, said the Upper Austrian, because afterwards the view was not better. ?I just want to show my best skiing in every race. I don’t expect wins or medals, I just want to show what I can. Then you will see whether a podium is possible. “

Before Mayer, Christian Hirschbühl had won the parallel race in Lech / Zürs from Dominik Raschner. At the season opener in Sölden, the now injured Roland Leitinger finished second behind Marco Odermatt in a giant slalom. There were also two wins after three events in the 2018/19 season – Marcel Hirscher in Levi (slalom), Max Franz in Lake Louise (downhill) – but the ÖSV stars ?only? made it onto the podium three times. The entire team collected 698 points in the first three races, compared to 651 this year.

However, Kriechmayr did not want to overestimate the top results in this phase. ?It wasn’t a bad start to the season,? he said. ?But there are a lot of other races where we have to show our best again. The competition won’t give us anything in the next races. It was a great start now, but you can’t predict how the season will be. “

Milestone for Swiss Feuz

The Swiss Beat Feuz drove on a World Cup downhill podium for the 41st time in Lake Louise and thus equalized the record of his compatriot Peter Müller and the red-white-red legend Franz Klammer. ?That is a milestone in my career, I would say. You don’t achieve that every day, ?said the Tyrolean by choice.

His run over the past four years, in each of which he won the downhill ball, was “naturally cool”. ?But it’s a new season again, it starts from scratch. So I’m very happy that there is a podium today. The two Austrians were too strong for me today. “

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Alpine skiing: double victory gives ÖSV men confidence

) [summary] => ?Bad visibility, the slope was rough. It was relatively quick, it was a real World Cup descent, as one would wish, ?said Mayer, delighted with his eleventh World Cup victory. After his Super-G success in the Canadian World Cup community in 2019, the Olympic champion in both speed disciplines definitely wanted to remove the descent, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

?Bad visibility, the slope was rough. It was relatively quick, it was a real World Cup descent, as one would wish, ?said Mayer, delighted with his eleventh World Cup victory. After his Super-G success in the Canadian World Cup community in 2019, the Olympic champion in both speed disciplines definitely wanted to remove the descent, which is often disparagingly referred to as “Autobahn”, from his to-do list. ?It was one of my biggest goals to win the downhill here in Lake Louise,? revealed the 31-year-old, who was among the top three in the last six World Cup downhill runs.

He feels good, everything is fine when it comes to the material too. ?I’ve changed little things about my set-up that are very positive. We’ll see how the next races turn out, ?emphasized Mayer. ?I can definitely say that downhill is my strongest discipline at the moment. But as you can see today, my competitors are very strong. ?23 hundredths of a second were the distance with which he was able to keep Kriechmayr at bay. “I think that of course will motivate him a lot for the next races.”

Kriechmayr wants to “show the best skiing”

Downhill world champion Kriechmayr played the ball back politely and congratulated Mayer, who had “driven pretty much at the limit from top to bottom”. With the decision for starting number one, he did everything right, said the Upper Austrian, because afterwards the view was not better. ?I just want to show my best skiing in every race. I don’t expect wins or medals, I just want to show what I can. Then you will see whether a podium is possible. “

Before Mayer, Christian Hirschbühl had won the parallel race in Lech / Zürs from Dominik Raschner. At the season opener in Sölden, the now injured Roland Leitinger finished second behind Marco Odermatt in a giant slalom. There were also two wins after three events in the 2018/19 season – Marcel Hirscher in Levi (slalom), Max Franz in Lake Louise (downhill) – but the ÖSV stars ?only? made it onto the podium three times. The entire team collected 698 points in the first three races, compared to 651 this year.

However, Kriechmayr did not want to overestimate the top results in this phase. ?It wasn’t a bad start to the season,? he said. ?But there are a lot of other races where we have to show our best again. The competition won’t give us anything in the next races. It was a great start now, but you can’t predict how the season will be. “

Milestone for Swiss Feuz

The Swiss Beat Feuz drove on a World Cup downhill podium for the 41st time in Lake Louise and thus equalized the record of his compatriot Peter Müller and the red-white-red legend Franz Klammer. ?That is a milestone in my career, I would say. You don’t achieve that every day, ?said the Tyrolean by choice.

His run over the past four years, in each of which he won the downhill ball, was “naturally cool”. ?But it’s a new season again, it starts from scratch. So I’m very happy that there is a podium today. The two Austrians were too strong for me today. “

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Everyone knows that Daenerys Targaryen was one of the main roles of Game of Thrones that earned the admiration of fans for much of its eight seasons, what not everyone knows is that her interpreter Emilia Clarke knew how to defend her character from the production.

Game of Thrones on HBO, it became a global phenomenon with eight shocking and controversial seasons in which the arc of the character of one of its most important protagonists stands out. Daenerys Targaryen played by the actress Emilia Clarke. Although at the end of the show it became the center of much controversy among fans, it did not detract from the magnificent development it showed throughout its history.

Although one of the main criticisms of the fans of both the series and the readers of the RR Martin book saga on which it is based, are the differences of the Daenerys on the screen with the one in the original story, it cannot be deny that the version performed by Emilia was one of the greatest attractions of the show and that it earned it the place of honor in the taste of audiences from all over the world.

Emilia Clarke had great moments like Daenerys Targaryen during Game of Thrones recordings. Among the best they stand out when her transformation is shown from a shy and unprotected young woman to a famous khaleesi who wields her power as the leader of a fierce army. Although the end of his story in the series was not to the liking of a large part of the public, that does not detract from his brilliance from past seasons.

According to the guide written by Entertainment Weekly reporter James Hibberd, titled Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon: Game of Thrones and the Untold Story of the Epic Series. Untold of the Epic Series), reveals what Emilia Clarke had to do with her character’s personality change.

Clarke, revealed that rejected the series’ creative team on several occasions when she was given notes on how to play her character Daenerys that she didn’t want. The actress herself said it was important for her to inject Daenerys with touches of humanity that viewers would relate to, and she refused to allow anyone involved in the show to make her character too much. “cold and expressionless”.

?While I’m always a kind of person, who wants to help, but there were some moments when I thought: ‘Don’t tell me what to do with my girl. I know what I have to do!”

Emilia Clarke managed to make her character have many of her ideas and personalities, but it was not so easy, since she had to obey certain aspects of the production of the series. While it is true that the actress was not the only one of the Game of Thrones cast members who had to face the HBO production on the ideas of her character, it was she who managed to interpret her role in an impeccable way.

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Game of Thrones: The disagreement between Emilia Clarke and the producers was over Daenerys

) [summary] => Everyone knows that Daenerys Targaryen was one of the main roles of Game of Thrones that earned the admiration of fans for much of its eight seasons, what not everyone knows is that her interpreter Emilia Clarke knew how to defend her character from the production. August 22, 2021 · 14:10 hs Game of Thrones ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Everyone knows that Daenerys Targaryen was one of the main roles of Game of Thrones that earned the admiration of fans for much of its eight seasons, what not everyone knows is that her interpreter Emilia Clarke knew how to defend her character from the production.

Game of Thrones on HBO, it became a global phenomenon with eight shocking and controversial seasons in which the arc of the character of one of its most important protagonists stands out. Daenerys Targaryen played by the actress Emilia Clarke. Although at the end of the show it became the center of much controversy among fans, it did not detract from the magnificent development it showed throughout its history.

Although one of the main criticisms of the fans of both the series and the readers of the RR Martin book saga on which it is based, are the differences of the Daenerys on the screen with the one in the original story, it cannot be deny that the version performed by Emilia was one of the greatest attractions of the show and that it earned it the place of honor in the taste of audiences from all over the world.

Emilia Clarke had great moments like Daenerys Targaryen during Game of Thrones recordings. Among the best they stand out when her transformation is shown from a shy and unprotected young woman to a famous khaleesi who wields her power as the leader of a fierce army. Although the end of his story in the series was not to the liking of a large part of the public, that does not detract from his brilliance from past seasons.

According to the guide written by Entertainment Weekly reporter James Hibberd, titled Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon: Game of Thrones and the Untold Story of the Epic Series. Untold of the Epic Series), reveals what Emilia Clarke had to do with her character’s personality change.

Clarke, revealed that rejected the series’ creative team on several occasions when she was given notes on how to play her character Daenerys that she didn’t want. The actress herself said it was important for her to inject Daenerys with touches of humanity that viewers would relate to, and she refused to allow anyone involved in the show to make her character too much. “cold and expressionless”.

?While I’m always a kind of person, who wants to help, but there were some moments when I thought: ‘Don’t tell me what to do with my girl. I know what I have to do!”

Emilia Clarke managed to make her character have many of her ideas and personalities, but it was not so easy, since she had to obey certain aspects of the production of the series. While it is true that the actress was not the only one of the Game of Thrones cast members who had to face the HBO production on the ideas of her character, it was she who managed to interpret her role in an impeccable way.

We would love to say thanks to the author of this post for this amazing web content

Game of Thrones: The disagreement between Emilia Clarke and the producers was over Daenerys

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