Montag, 29. März 2010

Índia Espetacular - Lindas fotos






























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Tribalistas - Velha Infancia

Rosa de Saron-Sem você (acústico) com legenda



My father ... my beautiful father ..
This song is for youuu
I love youuu sooo muchhhhh
I are a star now and you are together with God ...
Your Lili

Sem Você
Rosa de Saron
Composição: Guilherme de Sá
Minha vida, minha história
Só fez sentido quando te conheci
Seus olhos, sua face, me levam além do que pensei
Se às vezes me escondo, em você me acho
Nem dá pra disfarçar
Preciso dizer: você faz muita falta
Não há como explicar...

Foi sem você que eu pude entender
Que não é fácil viver sem te ter
Meu coração me diz que não
Eu não consigo viver sem você, sem você

Minha vida, minha história, só fez sentido, quando te conheci
Seu olhos, sua sagrada face, me levam além do que pensei
Se às vezes me escondo, em você me acho, nem dá pra disfarçar...
Preciso dizer, você faz muita falta,
Não há como explicar...

Foi sem você que eu pude entender
Que não é fácil viver sem te ter
Meu coração me diz que não
Eu não consigo viver sem você, sem você...
Nunca sem você
Meu senhor, meu senhor eu não sou nada,

Sem você, sem você...

Djavan - Meu Bem Querer



meu bem querer
é segredo, é sagrado
está sacramentado
em meu coração
meu bem querer
tem um quê de pecado
acariciado pela emoção

meu bem querer
meu encanto, estou sofrendo tanto
amor, e o que é o sofrer
para mim que estou
jurado pra morrer de amor

Djavan - Te devoro



Teus sinais
Me confundem da cabeça aos pés
Mas por dentro eu te devoro
Teu olhar
Não me diz exato
Que tu és
Mesmo assim eu te devoro
Te devoraria a qualquer preço
Porque te ignoro ou te conheço
Quando chove ou quando faz frio
Noutro plano
Te devoraria a tal Caetano
A Leonardo di Caprio
É um milagre
Tudo o que deus criou
Pensando em você
Fez a Via-Láctea
Fez os dinossauros
Sem pensar em nada
Fez a minha vida
E te deu
Sem contar os dias
Q me faz morrer sem saber em ti
Jogado á solidão
Mas se quer saber
Se eu quero outra vida
Não, não
Eu quero mesmo é viver
Pra esperar, esperar
Devorar você...

Sorri - Djavan

Hummmmmm Djavannnnnn ......
Adoro de paixao...
Beijinhos
Lili


Rosenstolz - Liebe Ist Alles

Rosenstolz - Liebe ist Alles(lass es Liebe sein)



Liebe Ist Alles
Amor É Tudo

Hast du nur ein Wort zu sagen, einen Gedanken, dann, lass es Liebe sein.
Se você tiver uma palavra para me dizer, apenas um pensamento, então deixa o amor acontecer.
Kannst du mir ein Bild beschreiben, mit deinen Farben, dann, lass es Liebe sein
Você pude me descrever uma imagem, com suas cores então, deixa o amor acontecer.

Wann du gehst, wie du gehst...
Quando você for, for novamente

Schau mir nochmal ins Gesicht, sag's mir oder sag es nicht
Olhe novamente em minha face, diga me ou não,

Dreh dich bitte nochmal um und ich seh's in deinem Blick
Por favor vire-se novamente e eu verei seu olhar

Lass es Liebe sein, lass es Liebe sein
Deixa o amor acontecer, deixa o amor acontecer

Hast du nur noch einen Tag, nur eine Nacht, dann, lass es Liebe sein
Você ainda tem apenas um dia, apenas uma noite, então, deixa o amor acontecer

Hast du nur noch eine Frage die ich nie zu Fragen wage, dann, lass es Liebe sein
Você ainda tem apenas uma pergunta, que eu nunca ouso perguntar, então, deixa o amor acontecer

Wann du gehst, wie du gehst...
Quando você for, for novamente...

Schau mir nochmal ins Gesicht, sag's mir oder sag es nicht
Olhe novamente em minha face, diga me ou não,

Dreh dich bitte nochmal um und ich seh's in deinem Blick
Por favor vire- se novamente e eu verei seu olhar

Lass es Liebe sein, lass es Liebe sein
deixa o amor acontecer, deixa o amor acontecer

Das ist alles was wir brauchen, noch viel mehr als große Worte
Isso é tudo que nós precisamos, até mesmo muito mais que grandes palavras

Lass das alles hinter dir, fang nochmal von vorne an
Deixe isto tudo atrás de você, comece novamente do começo

Liebe ist alles, Liebe ist alles, Liebe ist alles, alles was wir brauchen
Amor é tudo, amor é tudo, amor é tudo, tudo que nós precisamos

Liebe ist alles, Liebe ist alles, Liebe ist alles, alles was wir brauchen
Amor é tudo, amor é tudo, amor é tudo, tudo que nós precisamos

Lass es Liebe sein
Deixa o amor acontecer

Das ist alles was wir brauchen, noch viel mehr als große Worte
Isso é tudo que nós precisamos, até mesmo muito mais que grandes palavras

Lass das alles hinter dir, fang nochmal von vorne an
Deixe isto tudo atrás de você, começa novamente do começo

Liebe ist alles, Liebe ist alles, Liebe ist alles, alles was wir brauchen
Amor é tudo, amor é tudo, amor é tudo, tudo que nós precisamos

Lass es Liebe sein, lass es Liebe sein
Deixa o amor acontecer, deixa o amor acontecer

"Stiletto-Nails": Bunt, spitz und sehr lang


von APA, 29.03.2010
"Stiletto-Nails": Bunt, spitz und sehr lang
Bunt und spitz: Fingernägel können Kunstwerke sein. Auf der am 28. März zu Ende gegangenen Düsseldorfer Kosmetikfachmesse "Beauty International" war der sogenannten Nailart ein eigener Bereich gewidmet. "Stiletto-Nails" etwa sind so spitz wie Absätze.

Oder aber die Nägel sind Unterlage für detailreich gemalte Blumenbilder im Miniaturformat. "Das ist handwerklich sehr anspruchsvoll", sagt Andrea Eppert, Sprecherin der Kosmetikmesse. Allerdings geht es jenseits solcher Extravaganzen für Partys oder Urlaub eher schlicht bei der Nagelmode zu. Im Trend sind kurzgefeilte oder leicht oval gefeilte Nägel. Und bei den Lacken dominieren Beigetöne und helle Pastelltöne.

Música para Seus Ouvidos - Em Alemão

Uma maneira interessante de se aprender um idioma é ouvindo música no idioma alvo. Eu por exemplo, comecei a ouvir muitas músicas em alemão, principalmente aquelas em que o intérprete canta mais claramente sem emendar muito as palavras.

As músicas Pop e até mesmo de Rock são minhas preferidas, porque é o estilo que eu gosto de ouvir, são fáceis de memorizar a melodia e são mais repetitivas, ajudando a fixar a letra na mente. Claro que como aqui na região Sul pela sua história de colonização alemã (entre outras, claro) ouvimos muita música típica alemã, a Volksmusik, que também pode ser usada para aprender a língua.

O ideal é ter a letra em alemão e ao lado a tradução para o português, assim você vai aprendendo novas palavras e se acostumando com a maneira como os alemães falam no dia-a-dia, que sempre é diferente do método escolar.

Depois de ouvir, você pode pegar as palavras e frases e adicionar em algum programa de SRS, como o Anki, para fixar de vez essas palavras na sua "caixola".

E para ilustrar, eis a banda Die Prinzen, muito boa, que achei quase por acaso no letras.mus : (atenção, os caras tem um linguajar impróprio para menores de 12 anos em algumas músicas, risos) e nesse link está a letra da música.

Die Prinzen - Deutschland





Aqui está a letra e a traducao
Alemanha


Deutsch, deutsch, deutsch, deutsch, deutsch, deutsch.
Alemão, alemão, alemão...

Natürlich hat ein Deutscher „Wetten Dass“ erfunden,

Claro que tinha que ser um alemão pra inventar o "Wetten Dass",


vielen Dank für die schönen Stunden.

Muito obrigado pelas lindas horas.


Wir sind die freundlichsten Kunden auf dieser Welt,

Nós somos os clientes mais amigáveis deste mundo,


wir sind bescheiden, wir haben Geld,

Nós somos modestos, nós temos dinheiro,


die Allerbesten in jedem Sport,

Os melhores em todos os esportes,


die Steuern hier - sind Weltrekord.

Os impostos aqui são recordes mundiais


Bereisen Sie Deutschland

Viajem pela Alemanha


und bleiben Sie hier,

E fiquem por aqui


auf diese Art von Besuchern - warten wir.

Por este tipo de visitantes nós esperamos


Es kann jeder hier wohnen,

Qualquer um pode morar aqui,


dem es gefällt,

Caso assim deseje,


wir sind das freundlichste Volk,

Nós somos o povo mais amigável


auf dieser Welt...

Deste mundo...

Deutsch, deutsch, deutsch, deutsch.

Alemão, alemão...

Nur eine Kleinigkeit ist hier verkehrt,

Apenas uma insignificância está errada aqui


und zwar das Schumacher keinen Mercedes fährt.

E é que o Schumacher não dirige uma Mercedes.


(Mercedes fährt...
(Dirige Mercedes...)

[Refrain:] (Refrão)

Das alles ist Deutschland (ohh),
Isso tudo é a Alemanha

das alles sind wir (ohh),
Tudo isso somos nós,

das gibt es nirgendwo anders,
Não tem em nenhum outro lugar

nur hier - nur hier.
Só aqui, só aqui

Das alles ist Deutschland (ohh),
Isso tudo é a Alemanha

das sind alles wir,
Tudo isso somos nós

wir leben und wir sterben hier.
Nós vivemos e morremos aqui

Deutsch, deutsch, deutsch, deutsch, deutsch, deutsch, deutsch,deutsch.
Alemão, alemão...

Es bilden sich viele was auf Deutschland ein,
Gaba-se muito pelo que há na Alemanha,

und mancher findet es geil - ein Arschloch zu sein.
alguns acham legal serem babacas.

Es gibt manchen der sich gern’ über Kanaken beschwert
Há alguns que gostam de xingar estrangeiros

und zum Ficken jedes Jahr nach Thailand fährt.
E viajam todos os anos à Tailândia para transar.

Wir lieben unsere Autos mehr als unsere Frauen,
Amamos nossos carros mais do que a nossas esposas

denn deutschen Autos können wir vertrauen.
Porque nos carros alemães nós podemos confiar.

Gott hat die Erde nur einmal geküsst,
Deus beijou a Terra apenas uma vez

genau an dieser Stelle wo jetzt Deutschland ist.
Exatamente no local onde a Alemanha está hoje.

Wir sind überall die besten – natürlich auch im Bett,
Nós somos os melhores em tudo, naturalmente na cama também

und zu Hunden und Katzen,
E com os cachorros e gatos

besonders nett.
Somos especialmente simpáticos.

[Refrain] (Refrão)

Wir sind besonders gut im auf die Fresse hauen,
Nós somos particularmente bons em meter porrada,

auch im Feuerlegen - kann man uns vertrauen.
Pra botar fogo em tudo - também podem confiar em nós.

Wir stehen auf Ordnung und Sauberkeit,
Somos certinhos e limpinhos,

wir sind jederzeit für ’nen Krieg bereit.
Estamos sempre preparados para guerras

Schönen Gruß an die Welt seht es endlich ein,
Saudações ao mundo que finalmente compreendeu,

wir können stolz auf Deutschland
podemos nos orgulhar da Alemanha

(Deutschland, Deutschland...)
Alemanha, Alemanha...

Schwein, Schwein, Schwein, Schwein, Schwein, Schwein, Schwein,Schwein.
Porco, porco, porco...

[Refrain 2x] Refrão (2x)

http://lifexplab.blogspot.com/

Quartos de Meninos - A Fazenda

Quartos de Meninos
Vitor - A Fazenda
Era para ser um ambiente de selva, mas Vitor acabou ganhando um quarto diferente! Fazenda !! Nada mais gostoso que o cheirinho de bolo de milho assando e o sol nascendo lá longe, não é?
Pois é! Foi esse o clima que pudemos trazer para dentro deste espaço... bichinhos "fofíssimos" e cores tranqüilas em harmonia absoluta!



Pensando nisso, montamos uma proposta bem divertida na parede e no kit de berço, trabalhando as cores verde e azul sem abusar demais da mensagem.

Como o quarto é relativamente pequeno, havia o desafio de preservar a boa circulação associada ao lúdico.

O ponto de partida foi a escolha dos tecidos... o jeans e o verde pistache comandaram a orquestra e o tema foi sendo associado automaticamente.





Um cabideiro bem simpático auxilia com o bolso para roupa suja sobre a cômoda que tem o tamanho ideal para acomodar o trocador e o kit de higiene.



A cadeira de amamentar modelo canadense é simplesmente um luxo! Com o conforto do sistema deslizante de balanço, pode ser feita com couro ecológico e com tecido a escolher. As almofadas tem zíper e podem ter suas capas lavadas, o que é uma super facilidade. Veja o burrico que graça!



Na parede um complemento mega charmoso... um painel com apliques de madeira e uma régua medida que vai acompanhar o crescimento do Vitor por muitos anos. Olha só a bicharada toda querendo aparecer na foto!



Completando a obra, a cortina de ilhoses feita pela Oficina de Cortinas traz aconchego ao ambiente.

Bom,agora é só saborear a chegada do pequeno Vitor e contar estórias e mais estórias sobre a vida no campo! Isso vai dar o que falar!



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Cities Rush to Woo Google Broadband Before Friday Deadline

March 26, 2010, 5:06 pm — Updated: 12:31 pm -->
Cities Rush to Woo Google Broadband Before Friday Deadline
By MIGUEL HELFT

Update 10:45 p.m. Adding final count of communities expressing interest in the Google Fiber project.
Minutes ago, a small plane flew over the Google campus in Mountain View, Calif., trailing a banner that read “Will Google Play in Peoria, IL?”
It was the latest in a series of stunts by cities across the country to get the attention of Google. The Internet giant is promising to build an ultra-high speed network to serve, free, 50,000 to 500,000 people in one or more communities.
The stunts, which I first wrote about on Monday, accompany more serious applications by cities and communities making the case why Google should pick them. Google says that more than 1,100 communities expressed interest in the Google Fiber project by the Friday deadline.
The stunts included the mayor of Duluth, Minn., jumping into Lake Michigan; the mayor of Sarasota, Fla., swimming with sharks; manatees voting with their snouts; and Senator Al Franken playing his old comedian self. They’ve been joined by the Peoria plane; hundreds of students in Ann Arbor, Mich., singing the “A2 Fiber Anthem”; the waving of a flag on Alaska’s Mount McKinley; a people-powered light display in Greenville, S.C.; and a video by Senator Tom Udall, of New Mexico, poking good-natured fun at Mr. Franken’s clip.
So what comes after all the fun and games? Google said it would begin a rigorous review process and decide where to build its fiber network by the end of the year. “As we narrow down our choices, we’ll be conducting site visits, meeting with local officials and consulting with third-party organizations,” James Kelly, a product manager, wrote on the company’s blog.

http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com

Keeping a Closer Eye on Employees’ Social Networking

March 26, 2010, 6:51 pm
Keeping a Closer Eye on Employees’ Social Networking
By JOSHUA BRUSTEIN
A service released earlier this week by Teneros, an online communication services company, makes it much easier for companies to keep tabs on their employees’ social networking activities.

The software, called Social Sentry, will automatically monitor Facebook and Twitter accounts for $2 to $8 for each employee, depending on the size of the company and the level of activity being monitored.

It has always been possible, of course, for employers to look at what their workers are posting on social media. It is an increasingly common activity for human resources departments vetting prospective employees. But there was a measure of privacy afforded by the sheer amount of information online. Automating the process makes it more likely that monitoring will become commonplace, say both those who approve and those who disapprove.

Social Sentry draws only on publicly posted information on Facebook and Twitter; the company plans to add YouTube, MySpace and LinkedIn by this summer. The company is marketing the product as a way to watch for the release of confidential or embarrassing information and to measure how much time employees are spending on social media during work hours.

But what employers decide they want to look for is up to them, said Matt Weil, the company’s chief executive. “We only provide the application and software,” he said. “It is the companies that decide what to do with it.”

As cases involving mischievous workers for Domino’s Pizza and an indiscreet Israeli soldier have shown recently, people’s social media activity can come back to haunt their employers.

Employers are looking for better control. The American Management Association and the ePolicy Institute do an annual survey of companies on their approach to digital media, and more than 60 percent of the companies that responded in the most recent survey said they had some social media policy in place. Like e-mail, employees’ social media creates a trail that could be used in litigation, said Nancy Flynn, the executive director of the ePolicy Institute.

“You definitely want to take advantage of your legal right to monitor,” Ms. Flynn said.

Unlike corporate e-mail accounts, however, social networking isn’t clearly of the working world. While it is publicly accessible, many users see it as an informal and intimate form of communication. And well-documented confusion over privacy settings means that some information is being made public without users’ knowledge.

Lewis Maltby, president of the National Workrights Institute, a research and advocacy group, called the automatic monitoring of social networking a “disaster,” and predicted that it would lead to people being fired for online griping, the airing of political views and other innocuous conversation. There is a tendency to react to an off-color joke or complaint that appears online more harshly than to the same comment made in a cafeteria or company picnic.

But he also said that there is little recourse for those whose social networking activity gets them in trouble.

“I’m a privacy advocate, and I wouldn’t stand up before Congress and say your boss shouldn’t be allowed to read your social networking sites,” he said. “You’re putting it out there for the world.”

http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com

Quartos de Meninas - Projeto - Bordado de fita






Quartos de Meninas
Projeto - Bordado de fita
A Cristiana nos procurou inicialmente para confeccionarmos a colcha para a cama do filho mais velho Rafael, já que estava grávida e precisava mudá-lo de quarto antes do nascimento da mais nova.
Assim feito, estudamos uma proposta super delicada para a pequena Helena que agregava os tons de lilás e verde aos bordados de fita, ricamente aplicados nas peças de berço e nas almofadas da cama. Este bordado foi feito a mão e colocado estrategicamente ao redor do patchwork das barras dos protetores e das almofadas.Veja no detalhe que primor este tipo de bordado. Para completar o Kit de berço, confeccionamos um edredom também em patch e a saia franzida com bordado festonée nas pontas. Muito lindo!




Além destas peças, foram confeccionados o bandô com lacinhos para arrematar a persiana vertical já existente no local, assim como a colcha e uma linda almofada de borboleta para a cama.Além destas peças, foram confeccionados o bandô com lacinhos para arrematar a persiana vertical já existente no local, assim como a colcha e uma linda almofada de borboleta para a cama










Na parede, quadros em patchwork com os mesmos bordados foram colocados sobre o berço.



Como se pode ver, o tema da decoração está presente em todos os detalhes de forma suave e sutil... a carinha de Helena, não é?




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Lembrança de Nascimento


Technology Can Improve Health Care

March 27, 2010, 9:48 pm — Updated: 2:07 am -->
Technology Can Improve Health Care
By STEVE LOHR
In 1900, an American man could on average expect to live until he was 45 years old. By 1940, that life-expectancy number had jumped to 62 years, while for women the average number increased from 51 years to 66 years.
That unprecedented advance in public health was largely the result of the spread of disease-fighting technologies like vaccines, antibiotics and improved sanitation.
A similar “very auspicious moment” is at hand in public health, according to Thomas Goetz, executive editor of Wired and author of a new book, “The Decision Tree: Taking Control of Your Health in the New Era of Personalized Medicine” (Rodale, 2010).
This time, the potential revolution in public health, Mr. Goetz said in an interview on Friday, will be led by digital technologies that enable people to live healthier lives and make better treatment decisions.
On the healthier lives front, the digital tools are mostly not strikingly high-tech (unlike genomics), but ones that are suddenly affordable and useful – Web sites with personal data bases, smartphone and Twitter apps for logging diet and exercise routines, pedometers, accelerometers and heart-rate monitors.
Constant feedback of personal information, studies show, can act as an incentive to nudge people to adopt healthier habits. Digital tools, he writes in his book “offer self-awareness, a way to turn action into change and to do it scientifically, rigorously, methodically. To do it with data.”
In this Sunday’s “Unboxed” column, I wrote about the emerging “pay for prevention” health industry, led by companies that create programs for corporate clients that use digital technology and financial incentives to prompt employees to exercise more and eat wisely. The young companies developing these programs include RedBrick Health (backed by Kleiner Perkins and Highland Capital Partners), Tangerine Wellness and Virgin HealthMiles, part of Richard Branson’s Virgin Group.)
Money incentives can help, Mr. Goetz said, but the key to long-term changes in health behavior is engaging people emotionally as well as rationally. Everyone has heard the simple health edict: Eat less, exercise more. But too few of us follow that entirely rational advice. Witness the American epidemic of obesity. Behavior change is hard.
In his book, Mr. Goetz points to Weight Watchers as an example of an approach that works. Information presented in simplified, understandable terms – its points system. It has long used group meetings for social support, encouragement and friendly prodding – face-to-face social networking.
“Weight Watchers kind of lucked into these principles, but now they can be democratized because of technology,” Mr. Goetz said.
The Web, he notes, is made for information gathering and social networking – an ideal medium, it seems, for tracking activity and changing behavior. Digital tools, Mr. Goetz said, open the door as never before to a “personal path to better health,” by combining personalized data with the social support of online communities.

http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com

Unearthing the Sex Secrets of the Périgord Black Truffle

Unearthing the Sex Secrets of the Périgord Black Truffle
By
NICHOLAS WADE
Published: March 28, 2010
The black truffle of Périgord, the cynosure of every foodie’s dreams, is about to yield its most intimate secrets to a team of French and Italian researchers who have decoded its genome. Surely a great day for gastronomy and yet — truffle-lovers be advised — some of the new discoveries may reveal more than you really wanted to know.
Truffles are the fruit of fungi that infect the roots of certain trees. They are of keen interest to pigs, particularly sows, because some secrete androstenol, a hormone produced by boars before mating. People who use sows to hunt for truffles often find it hard to prevent a sex-crazed animal from eating the truffle she has found and may lose fingers in the attempt.
It turns out the truffles, too, have sex lives, said Dr. Francis Martin, a plant biologist at the University of Nancy in
France and leader of the research team. The precious fungi had long been thought to lead an asexual existence, but Dr. Martin and his colleagues have found that they have two sexes, or mating types.
The information is of great significance to truffle growers, whom Dr. Martin now advises to inject roots with both sexes of truffle spore. The truffle then benefits from the purpose of sex, which is of course to generate new combinations of genes and fresh diversity.
Truffle growers in France and Italy have a mixed reaction to the work of Dr. Martin’s team on the truffle’s genome. On the one hand, they “are always complaining we are not doing enough for them,” Dr. Martin said. On the other, “they don’t want us to get the magic recipe to produce truffles by the ton because then the price would go down.”
The Périgord black truffle has a large genome, made of 125 million units of DNA that contain about 7,500 genes, Dr. Martin and his colleagues reported online Sunday in the journal Nature. Figuring out what each gene does will take many years, but certain patterns of activity are evident.
Nestled underground in the roots of its oak tree host, the truffle fungus has a suite of genes for detecting light. These are either to help it avoid sunlight and stay safely beneath the earth, or to help it sense the passage of the seasons.
It has another suite of genes for exchanging nutrients with its host. The fungus earns its keep, providing more food for the oak than the tree’s roots can obtain alone.
Truffle-infected trees can often be recognized because a patch of bare earth develops around the trunk. The fungus seems to deter competitors of its tree aggressively, perhaps by producing some plant toxin. Dr. Martin has not yet identified the responsible genes. They may be hard to detect, he said, because they are probably unique to the truffle fungus.
The fungus’s major concern is to spread its spores, a matter of some technical difficulty for an organism that lives underground. So it produces the redolent odors that will compel surface dwellers of all kinds to search for it, eat it and distribute its spores after they have dined.
At the top end of this truffle food line are people, some of whom will pay as if truffles were worth their weight in gold. Such is human wickedness that fake truffles abound, some of them stained with walnut juice to resemble the Périgord black truffle.
People make secrets of the recipes for inoculating trees with spores and the location of truffle groves. They will steal each others’ trained truffle dogs. Dogs have taken over truffle detection duties from pigs because if one is trying to harvest a truffle wood discreetly without alerting the locals, it’s generally a mistake to show up walking a pig on a leash.
In the middle of the food line are boars and squirrels, driven wild by the truffle perfumes designed to mimic their own sex hormones. Dr. Martin said he had traced most of the genes whose products manufacture these chemicals.
Last, there are the truffle flies which lay their eggs in the truffle. From the fungus’s perspective, the insects are just another way of spreading its spores. So it attracts them by releasing anisole and veratrole, two insect pheromones, when the truffle has reached maturity. Truffles can often be detected by looking for congregations of truffle flies.
Don’t the fly’s eggs and larvae degrade the edibility of the truffle? It seems the opposite is the case. “If collected at late maturation stages, the truffles will likely carry eggs and larvae — adding proteins and aroma to the truffle,” Dr. Martin said.
Though the black truffle has a large genome, it has fewer genes than other fungi, possibly because it has chosen a very specialist lifestyle and so needs fewer genes than does a generalist fungus.
The regional nature of the truffle somewhat resembles that of wines. Since people of Périgord, Provence and other regions each claim their truffles are the best, Dr. Martin hopes to develop genetic methods for identifying regional varieties of truffle, so that each could have an official designation of origin similar to those that protect local wines and cheeses in France.
Rio Tinto Employees Sentenced in Chinese Bribery Case
By DAVID BARBOZA
Published: March 29, 2010

SHANGHAI — Four employees of the British-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto, including an Australian citizen, were convicted by a Chinese court on Monday and sentenced to seven to 14 years in prison for accepting millions of dollars in bribes and stealing commercial secrets.
A three-judge panel at the Shanghai No. 1 Intermediate People’s Court sentenced Stern Hu, an Australian citizen, to seven years in prison for bribery and five years for stealing secrets, but he will serve 10 years. He was also fined 1 million renminbi, or $146,500.
Among the three other Rio Tinto employees, who are all Chinese citizens, Wang Yong received the longest sentence at 14 years and was fined 5.7 million renminbi.
Ge Minqiang was handed an eight-year prison sentence and an 800,000 renminbi fine. Liu Caikui was sentenced to seven years and was fined 700,000 renminbi.
The case has drawn international attention and even led to diplomatic wrangling between China and Australia over concerns that the four employees had been arrested on trumped-up charges and questions about whether they could get a fair trial here.
Australia’s foreign minister, Stephen Smith, said the seven-year sentence for Mr. Hu on bribery charges seemed to be “very harsh,” Associated Press reported. There were “serious unanswered questions” about the secrets conviction because that part of the trial was held behind closed doors, Mr. Smith said.
In a statement, Rio Tinto said it could not comment on the charge regarding obtaining commercial secrets because it had not had the opportunity to consider the evidence since that part of the trial was closed court and no details were made public until Monday.
But Sam Walsh, chief executive of Rio Tinto Iron Ore, said, that receiving bribes is a clear violation of Chinese law and Rio Tinto’s code of conduct.
“We have been informed of the clear evidence presented in court that showed beyond doubt that the four convicted employees had accepted bribes,” Mr. Walsh said in the statement. “By doing this they engaged in deplorable behavior that is totally at odds with our strong ethical culture. In accordance with our policies we will terminate their employment.”
The company added that after the four employees were arrested, it had appointed independent forensic accountants and lawyers to help conduct an internal investigation into the claims. The inquiry “did not uncover any evidence to substantiate the allegations of wrongdoing.” It said Rio Tinto had concluded that the illegal activities were conducted “wholly outside our systems.”
At a three-day trial that took place here early last week, the four employees all pleaded guilty to accepting some bribes, though several of the men denied stealing commercial secrets.
The four employees were detained in Shanghai last July on suspicions of espionage and stealing state secrets from Chinese state-owned steel companies.
But after protests from Australia and foreign executives about the nature of the accusations, the men were formally charged with bribery and stealing commercial secrets, which are lesser charges.
Some Australian officials and foreign executives said the arrests looked like retaliation against Rio Tinto because of its tough negotiations over iron ore prices with Chinese state-run steel mills and the company’s decision last summer to scrap plans to accept a $19.5 billion investment from one of China’s biggest mining companies.
Tom Albanese, Rio Tinto’s chief executive, said Monday he was “determined that the unacceptable conduct of these four employees will not prevent Rio Tinto from continuing to build its important relationship with China. This is a high priority for me personally.”
Lawyers for the four employees have said they were considering an appeal.

Obama Team Is Divided on Tactics Against Terrorism

By CHARLIE SAVAGE
Published: March 28, 2010


WASHINGTON — Senior lawyers in the Obama administration are deeply divided over some of the counterterrorism powers they inherited from former President George W. Bush, according to interviews and a review of legal briefs
The rift has been most pronounced between top lawyers in the State Department and the Pentagon, though it has also involved conflicts among career Justice Department lawyers and political appointees throughout the national security agencies.
The discussions, which shaped classified court briefs filed this month, have centered on how broadly to define the types of terrorism suspects who may be detained without trials as wartime prisoners. The outcome of the yearlong debate could reverberate through national security policies, ranging from the number of people the United States ultimately detains to decisions about who may be lawfully selected for killing using drones.
“Beyond the technical legal issues, this debate is about the fundamental question of whom we are at war with,” said Noah Feldman, a Harvard law professor who specializes in war-power issues. “The two problems most plaguing Obama in the war on terrorism are trials for terrorists and taking the fight beyond Afghanistan to places like Pakistan and Yemen. This issue of whom we are at war with defines both of them.”
In the years after the 9/11 attacks, Mr. Bush claimed virtually unlimited power as commander in chief to detain those he deemed a threat — a view so boundless that his Justice Department once told a court that it was within the president’s lawful discretion to imprison as an enemy combatant even a “little old lady in Switzerland” who had unwittingly donated to Al Qaeda.
But President Obama and his team, which criticized such claims as an overreach, have sought to demonstrate that the executive branch can wage war while also respecting limits imposed on presidential power by what they see as the rule of law.
In March 2009, the Obama legal team adopted a new position about who was detainable in the war on terrorism — one that showed greater deference to the international laws of war, including the Geneva Conventions, than Mr. Bush had. But what has not been known is that while the administration has stuck to that broad principle, it has been arguing over how to apply the body of law, which was developed for conventional armies, to a war against a terrorist organization.
An examination of that conflict offers rich insight into how the team of former law professors and campaign lawyers, nearly all veterans of the Clinton administration, is shaping important policies under Mr. Obama.
In February 2009, just weeks after the inauguration, John D. Bates, a federal judge overseeing several cases involving detainees in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, asked a provocative question: Did the new administration want to modify Mr. Bush’s position that the president could wield sweeping powers to imprison people without trial as wartime detainees?
Career Justice Department lawyers handling Guantánamo lawsuits feared that rolling back the Bush position might make it harder to win. And the new acting head of the department’s Office of Legal Counsel — David Barron, a Harvard law professor and co-author of a lengthy law review critique of Bush administration claims that the commander in chief can override statutes — worried that Judge Bates had given them too little time to devise the answer.
But the White House counsel, Greg Craig, a campaign adviser to Mr. Obama who had been a foreign policy official in the Clinton administration, saw this as an important opportunity to demonstrate a break with Mr. Bush. And at a White House meeting, Mr. Obama weighed in, declaring that he did not want to invoke unrestrained commander-in-chief powers in detention matters.
With the president’s directions in hand, Mr. Obama’s Justice Department came back on March 13, 2009, with a more modest position than Mr. Bush had advanced. It told Judge Bates that the president could detain without trial only people who were part of Al Qaeda or its affiliates, or their “substantial” supporters. The department rooted that power in the authorization granted by Congress to use military force against the perpetrators of the Sept. 11 attacks. And it acknowledged that the scope and limits of that power were defined by the laws of war, as translated to a conflict against terrorists.
But behind closed doors, the debate flared again that summer, when the Obama administration confronted the case of Belkacem Bensayah, an Algerian man who had been arrested in Bosnia — far from the active combat zone — and was being held without trial by the United States at Guantánamo. Mr. Bensayah was accused of facilitating the travel of people who wanted to go to Afghanistan to join Al Qaeda. A judge found that such “direct support” was enough to hold him as a wartime prisoner, and the Justice Department asked an appeals court to uphold that ruling. ,

The arguments over the case forced onto the table discussion of lingering discontent at the State Department over one aspect of the Obama position on detention. There was broad agreement that the law of armed conflict allowed the United States to detain as wartime prisoners anyone who was actually a part of Al Qaeda, as well as nonmembers who took positions alongside the enemy force and helped it. But some criticized the notion that the United States could also consider mere supporters, arrested far away, to be just as detainable without trial as enemy fighters
That view was amplified after Harold Koh, a former human-rights official and Yale Law School dean who had been a leading critic of the Bush administration’s detainee policies, became the State Department’s top lawyer in late June. Mr. Koh produced a lengthy, secret memo contending that there was no support in the laws of war for the United States’ position in the Bensayah case.
Mr. Koh found himself in immediate conflict with the Pentagon’s top lawyer, Jeh C. Johnson, a former Air Force general counsel and trial lawyer who had been an adviser to Mr. Obama during the presidential campaign. Mr. Johnson produced his own secret memorandum arguing for a more flexible interpretation of who could be detained under the laws of war — now or in the future.
In September 2009, national-security officials from across the government packed into the Office of Legal Counsel’s conference room on the fifth floor of the Justice Department, lining the walls, to watch Mr. Koh and Mr. Johnson debate around a long table. It was up to Mr. Barron, who sat at the head of the table, to decide who was right.
But he did not. Instead, days later, he circulated a preliminary draft memorandum stating that while the Office of Legal Counsel had found no precedents justifying the detention of mere supporters of Al Qaeda who were picked up far away from enemy forces, it was not prepared to state any definitive conclusion.
So with no consensus, the legal team decided on a tactical approach. For as long as possible they would try to avoid that hard question. They changed the subject by instead asking courts to agree that people like Mr. Bensayah, looked at from another angle, had performed functions that made them effectively part of the terrorist organization — and so were clearly detainable.
The appeals court has not yet ruled on Mr. Bensayah’s case. But the hours and effort that high-level officials expended on wrestling over adjustments to the reasoning in his case — only to reach the same outcome, that he was detainable without trial — dovetailed with a pattern identified by critics as varied as civil libertarians and former Bush lawyers.
“I think the change in tone has been important and has helped internationally,” said John B. Bellinger III, a top Bush era National Security Council and State Department lawyer. “But the change in law has been largely cosmetic. And of course there has been no change in outcome.”
But at a recent American Bar Association event, Mr. Koh argued that the administration’s changes — including requiring strict adherence to anti-torture rules and ensuring that all detainees are being held pursuant to recognizable legal authorities — have been meaningful. The United States, he said, can now defend its national-security policies as fully compliant with domestic and international law under “common and universal standards, not double standards.”
“We are not saying that we don’t have to fight battles,” he said. “We’re just saying that we should fight those battles within the framework of law.”
Last week, in another speech, Mr. Koh also for the first time outlined portions of the administration’s legal rationale for targeted killings using drone strikes, which some scholars have criticized. His remarks, however, focused on issues like whether it was lawful to single out specific enemy figures for killing — not defining the limits of who may be deemed an enemy.

But Mr. Feldman, the Harvard professor, said the detention debate also had “serious consequences” for the targeted killings policy because, “If we’re at war with you, then we can detain you — but we can also try to kill you.”
That said, he cautioned, additional factors complicate the analysis of selecting lawful targets. Among them, it is not clear whether Mr. Obama is more willing in classified settings to assert that, as commander in chief, he can use drone strikes to defend the country against perceived threats that cannot be linked to the Congressionally authorized war against Al Qaeda.
And even in detention matters, Bush-era theories have remained attractive to some. This January, two appeals court judges appointed by Mr. Bush — Janice Rogers Brown and Brett M. Kavanaugh, both of whom had been singled out by Democrats after their nominations as too ideological — reopened the debate by unexpectedly declaring, in another Guantánamo case, that the laws of armed conflict did not limit the president’s war powers.
In the Justice Department, career litigators who defend against Guantánamo lawsuits wanted to embrace that reasoning, arguing it would help them win. Judges have sided with detainees seeking release in some 34 of 46 cases to date — though the decisions largely turned on skepticism about specific evidence, not the general legal theory about who was detainable.
But political appointees — including Mr. Barron, Mr. Koh and even Mr. Johnson — criticized the reasoning of the appeals court ruling as vulnerable to reversal and argued that the administration should not abandon its respect for the laws of war.
In classified briefs filed in several detainee cases this month, officials said, the Justice Department adopted an ambivalent stance. It cited the ruling as a precedent while also reasserting its own contradictory argument that the laws of war matter. The debate would go on.
“We’ll see how the cases develop,” Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said in an interview in February, in the midst of that latest round. But, he added, “I don’t think we are going to deviate from our argument.”

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Subway Blasts Kill Dozens in Moscow

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By CLIFFORD J. LEVY
Published: March 29, 2010

MOSCOW — Female suicide bombers set off huge explosions during rush hour Monday morning in two subway stations in central Moscow, officials said, killing at least 35 people and raising fears that the Muslim insurgency in southern Russia was once again being brought to the country’s heart.

The first attack occurred as commuters were exiting a packed train at the Lubyanka station, which is located near the headquarters of the F.S.B., the successor to the Soviet-era K.G.B. Officials said they suspected that the attack there was intended as a message to the security services, which have helped lead the crackdown on Islamic extremism in Chechnya and other parts of the Caucasus region in southern Russia.
The two explosions spread panic throughout the capital as people searched for missing relatives and friends, and the authorities tried to determine whether more attacks were planned. The subway system, known as the Metro, is one of the world’s most extensive and well-managed, and it serves as a vital artery for Moscow’s commuters, carrying as many as 10 million people a day.
“The terrorist acts were carried out by two female terrorist bombers,” said Moscow’s mayor, Yuri M. Luzhkov. “They happened at a time when there would be the maximum number of victims.”
Mr. Luzhkov said 23 people were killed in the first explosion, at the Lubyanka station, and 12 people were killed 40 minutes later in a blast at the Park Kultury station. Dozens were injured.
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks.
Photos taken after the attacks showed scenes of devastation, with bodies strewn across subway cars and station platforms.
Pavel Y. Novikov, 25, an electrician, said he was evacuated from the Park Kultury station about 15 minutes after the explosion.
“It smelled like a burned rubber,” he said. “I saw blood, and I saw bloody clothes on the ground. It was so horrible.”
Kirill Gribov, 20, a university student, said he was on a train that arrived at the Park Kultury station just as the suicide bomber detonated her explosive belt on the train across the platform.
“The explosion was so loud that we all were deafened,” Mr. Gribov said. “Then I remember a cloud of gas coming from the blown train in front of us, colored in pink, maybe because of blood. Some people were in panic, some stood still, but all of us somehow found our way outside the station. It was only at the street when I realized what had just happened. Mobile service was blocked, I couldn’t even call my parents, and I had to walk several kilometers because of the traffic.”
President Dmitri A. Medvedev was briefed on the blasts by top law enforcement and security advisers. “Russia will fight terrorism without hesitation and to the end,” he said.
Prime Minister Vladimir V. Putin, who was traveling in Siberia, was also helping to coordinate the federal response.
In the early part of the last decade, the subway system was subjected to several attacks related to the separatist war in Chechnya. With the explosions on Monday, Muscovites expressed renewed concerns that they might again be targeted.
Officials said the first explosion on Monday occurred at 7:50 a.m. in second car of a train at the Lubyanka station, killing people both on the platform and inside the train.
The authorities closed off the station and the surrounding Lubyanka Square, formerly the site of the notorious Lubyanka prison, which was connected to the headquarters of the K.G.B.
About 40 minutes later the second attack took place, in the third car of a train at the Park Kultury station, officials said.
Yuri Syomin, the Moscow city prosecutor, said investigators believe that both explosions were set off by female suicide bombers wearing belts packed with explosives.
Crowds of people rushed to both stations in an effort to locate relatives, and cell phone networks became overloaded. The streets in central Moscow were blocked with traffic as people avoided the subway system.
The attacks marked the second major upsurge in terrorism on the transportation system over the last year. In November 2009, a bomb in a rural area derailed a luxury train traveling from Moscow to St. Petersburg, killing 26 people. The authorities have linked the attack to Muslim insurgents in the Ingushetia region, which is near Chechnya.
In February, a Chechen rebel leader, Doku Umarov, threatened in an interview on a Web site to organize terror acts in Russian population centers.
“If Russians think that the war is happening only on television, far from the Caucasus, and it will not touch them, then we are going to show them that this war will return to their homes,” he said.
The Russian government has sought to suppress violent Muslim extremism in the south since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.
Two brutal wars in Chechnya and a guerrilla insurgency gave rise to numerous bombings and acts of terror in southern Russia throughout the 1990s. Starting in 2002, Chechen separatists then began to export their bombing campaign to Moscow.
That October, a group of Chechen terrorists stormed into a Moscow theater during a performance and took some 850 actors, musicians and theatergoers hostage. After 57 hours of negotiations, Russian special forces launched an assault, killing all the militants and 117 of the hostages.
About 20 of the militants involved the theater siege were women, and several were wearing explosive vests. The following year, Chechen tacticians began using female suicide bombers in Moscow.
The first of those attacks came in July 2003, when the Russian authorities said a Chechen woman exploded a suicide belt at a rock concert, killing more than a dozen people. In what was to have been a coordinated attack, the police said, another woman’s explosives failed to detonate nearby.
In December 2003, a woman bomber blew herself up in central Moscow, killing six people and injuring dozens. She was identified as the widow of a Chechen guerrilla commander, and the female bombers soon came to be known in Russia as the “black widows.”
In September 2004, a suicide bomber killed at least 9 other people and wounded more than 50 outside the Rizhskaya subway stop. In February of that same year, a woman carrying a bomb destroyed another subway car, killing at least 41 people as the train moved between the Paveletskaya and the Avtozavodskaya stations at one of the busiest times of the day.
Ellen Barry, Andrew E. Kramer and Michael Schwirtz contributed reporting.

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Por que é mais comum homens mais velhos com mulheres mais novas e não o contrário?



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Todo homem quer ser um José Mayer, galã da novela das oito, e andar por aí cercado de Giovannas Antonellis e Taíses Araújos. A biologia explica o comportamento dos tios da Sukita. Os homens sempre preferem sinais de fertilidade. Quais são esses sinais? Pele sedosa, seios fartos e amplos quadris, características mais presentes em mulheres jovens. Estereótipos como o do executivo sessentão tendo um caso com a secretária de 25 anos são estereótipos justamente porque aí se cruzam duas tendências consagradas em milhares de anos de evolução: o homem buscando uma mulher fértil e a mulher à procura de um homem que tenha recursos para criar sua prole.



Claro que nenhum tiozão sai de casa pensando “preciso de uma mulher fértil”. As características das mulheres férteis é que atraem os homens de maneira inconsciente, condicionados pela seleção sexual. Mas não é só de Zé Mayer que vive a evolução. A medicina e a cosmética estão deixando mulheres acima de 50 anos – que tinham cara de avós antes de avanços científicos como cremes antirrugas e cirurgias plásticas – com uma aparência de cada vez mais jovem.

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Admiração por Chico resiste a tempo e credo
Como Chico teve tanta força? Com voz mansa, ele convencia a todos, até os incrédulos. Que homem foi esse que trazia conforto através de mensagens?




Como um homem pobre de saúde frágil conseguiu ter tanta força? O que havia por trás dos óculos, da peruca e da voz mansa que convencia até mesmo os mais incrédulos? Afinal, quem era Chico Xavier? Para cada um, uma resposta.

“Ele veio com uma missão maravilhosa, isso ninguém tem dúvida”, afirma a dona de casa Ana Lúcia Davanzo. “Para mim, ele era simplesmente meu pai”, diz Eurípedes Higino dos Reis, filho de Chico Xavier.

Quem era esse mineiro de pouco estudo?

“Chico Xavier foi o maior paranormal ou o maior sensitivo da história da humanidade”, declara médium Carlos Baccelli. “Ele é um grande professor”, destaca o médium Celso Afonso. “É um marco divisor no espiritismo”, aponta a antropóloga Sandra Stoll.

Que poder tinha esse homem?

“Esse homem veio enviado de Deus”, afirma um homem. “Era o Chico, nosso amigo, nosso apoio para tudo”, comenta um outro senhor.

Que homem foi esse que trazia para as mães o conforto de mensagens dos filhos mortos?

“Ele nos envolvia com tanto amor, com tanto carinho e com uma empatia que ele sofria conosco. Ele nos consolava”, revela a professora aposentada Célia Diniz.

Célia é da mesma cidade de Minas Gerais onde Chico nasceu, Pedro Leopoldo. Ela conheceu o médium quando ainda era criança. Em 1983, ela perdeu o filho, Rangel, com 3 anos de idade, em um acidente banal. Foi a Chico a quem recorreu.

“Eu coloquei os dois braços no joelho, abaixei a cabeça e chorei. Naquele momento, eu fui envolvida por uma paz tão grande, por um bem estar tão grande. As mães que já perderam filhos sabem o que estou dizendo. Aquele nó na garganta, aquele coração como se tivesse mãos de ferro apertando. E naquele momento tudo tinha ido embora”, lembra Célia. “Eu levanto os olhos e ele estava olhando para mim e disse assim: ‘não sou eu, minha filha. É o seu filhinho que chegou aí por trás e te abraçou’”.

Mas não foi só. Chico psicografou mensagens que teriam vindo de Rangel. E a mãe não duvida que as palavras eram do filho. “Eu não precisava de nenhuma prova de que era ele, e ele me deu muitas. A gente encontra na mensagem de Chico os nomes do meu pai, da minha irmã que havia partido em 1972, de uma tia do meu marido que havia partido aos 18 anos, em 1954”, conta.

A vida foi muito dura com ela. Tempos depois, mais uma dor imensa. Veio a morte da filha, Mariana, com 27 anos. Desta vez, Chico já tinha morrido, mas os ensinamentos dele ficaram.

“Acho que o Chico, de alguma forma, amparava minha filha do lado de lá. Então, ele não fez falta, nesse sentido de não estar mais aqui com a gente”, diz Célia.

O maior médium brasileiro deixou um rastro de admiração que resiste ao tempo, aos credos, às teorias científicas. Mas Chico deixou como herança também, um enorme mistério, perguntas sem respostas.


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Efeites para porta de maternidade








Os enfeites para porta de maternidade são um verdadeiro mimo para recepcionar o novo bebê que chega na família.

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O enfeite é uma maneira delicada de informar aos visitantes que um novo bebê está atrás daquela porta. E que esse bebê merece muito carinho e respeito quanto ao comportamento desses visitantes dentro do quarto.

Antigamente o mais comum era o enfeite trazer apenas o nome da criança junto a alguma alegoria. Mas hoje em dia eles sofisticaram muito e podem trazer grandes mensagens, sejam escritas ou através do cenário elaborado.

Existem hoje verdadeiros cenários super elaborados que quase contam uma história. Na verdade o que sua imaginação permitir os artesãos estão aptos a torná-la realidade.

Uma aplicação para o enfeito após a saída da maternidade é utilizá-lo na decoração em sua casa. As sugestões vão desde colocá-lo na porta do quarto do bebê, como na parede do quarto do bebê. Também há quem o utilize na porta de casa naquelas primeiras semanas em que o bebê volta pra casa e muitas visitas são recebidas.

Pelo momento do nascimento ser algo que muda nossas vidas e em alguns casos ser um momento único, dado que as famílias cada vez mais optam por terem apenas um filho, não deixe de curtir esses momentos e permitam-se esses mimos e presentes. E não se esqueçam: registrem tudo com muitas fotos.

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