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“If Víctor Sánchez runs out of work I will offer him to come to the Federation”

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first_imgVAR: “For the first time, what was seen in the VAR has been broadcast.”Luis Enrique: “With us he is charming, hardworking. He is very excited. He was the one we trust and hopefully he will get us far. There are favorite teams ahead of Spain and we will try to go as far as possible.”Old format: “Of the 80,000 fans and 15,000 were members the rest were tourists who were in Barcelona and paid 200 or 300 euros per ticket. They had to put it at zero euros the entrance so that the field did not remain empty. The clubs asked us to this format will end. We got more money with those who participate and for those who don’t. The Super Cup was a hindrance to the clubs. The Spanish fans at the time they were playing were not interested because if the European competition qualification was being played it is a hindrance “We have lived through it. Before you had to give away the tickets. It was a devalued tournament. Between the decision to remove it and do this and have vision abroad. Today there were presidents of 30 federations. We are going to play something very nice as it is to host a World Cup and it is a detail that counts. The best campaign to show our football is to see it on site “.Women: “We want to be a partner in the 2030 project. It is the first game where there has been a tremendous influx of women. We cannot claim that in one day everything will change and we will collaborate.” Closures: “If clubs ask for hardening, it may be time to bring about changes in legislation.”Vallecas: “As president of the skinny Federation, I would have an independent body. There are intolerable things on the pitch.”Ready to resist the pressures when a big one falls in the Cup: “I don’t feel that pressure from the clubs. They are supportive. I have played in all categories and those who need it most are the ones below.”Super league: I believe in the line that Ceferin has marked. We are working on a balance in competitions that increasingly earn more in income. “VAR Super League Cup: “I hope LaLiga accepts it and that whoever makes the images accepts that what is being reviewed is known if there has been a hand or not, or if it is out of play or not.”Candidate rival to the Federation: “We have doubled the budget of the Federation from 170 to 340 million euros. We have become the second Federation with income and in a few years we will be the first. There are no more arguments than power. If I have the money, I agree with the media and I command everything. Modest football is committed to Rubiales. “Elections: “I would like to make the elections before the European Championship and the Games. If the CSD runs a little, elections could be called this month and made for a little before or a little after Holy Week that you cannot vote.”Boxes: “If he gathers the guarantees and he wants to. I am going to present myself and I will win. We lead the transparency worldwide. We went from 2.7 points to 10. Iker has not reached me. He has been a spectacular goalkeeper and in as for management I don’t know his experience. Any Spanish who wants to introduce himself can do it. “ Luis Rubiales went through the microphones of “El Larguero” of the SER after the second semifinal match of the Spain Supercup.Happy: “This Wednesday when I left the stadium too. Sometimes I am serious and that photo is published more. When you hold a public office there are criticisms and you have to accept it.”Víctor Sánchez del Amo: “I have been two months without entering Twitter until Víctor Sánchez del Amo that if he wants he has the open doors of the Federation open. Respect for Malaga. What they have done to him is a crime. If he runs out of work I will to offer him to come (to the Federation). I will talk to Molina and we will look for a professional job. In the Federation he will have the doors open because I believe that what has happened is tremendous. “Defend Victor in Malaga: “The way I have to defend it is this. I called him before putting what I put on Twitter to find out if he authorized it from the first minute. He told me to do what I wanted. I made him totally convinced. I hope he stays in Malaga and like anyone who throws out of his work we open the door of the Federation if he does not have something that makes him happier. The president of the coaches has already spoken with him “.Twitter reviews: “The messages were polite. We have explained everything that has been done. Managing LaLiga’s television rights is simple, but managing poor football has merit.”Conditions in Arabia: “In the presentation I said that if we were going it was because the conditions we had were very good, it was not the only country because there were others around those conditions and we could also do an important job. This is one of the countries that has to move forward and a lot although it is not our function football is helping here. We have received congratulations. The people here when you go out on the street the women come to thank you. Another thing is what you wanted to sell by certain means that have agreements economic subsidies or agreement with some football institution. It is difficult to find objectivity. I think there will be a before and after in Arabia after this Super Cup. More and more intelligent people know that whatever you do, someone always criticizes you that either It is objective, it cannot be that we are always wrong, there are means that have other interests Amnesty International called us and we answered and Cho a public disclosure of each movement. Maybe I could ask about that or other issues. Diplomacy in certain circumstances is important. They started asking us for women to enter the stadium. “Complaints in Valencia and Valverde: “Whenever I have spoken with him he has been polite and not well informed. In February he changed the format. Just as in the Champions League, not only the champions play. I do not intend to compare the Super Cup which is a much humbler tournament with the Champions League than it’s the best tournament in the world. This changed before there was a league champion, runner-up and not even finalists. It changed much earlier. It also changed by an overwhelming vote in which they decided it was the right format. If they have not been informed. It did not change on a whim it was by an overwhelming vote. All Spanish football, coaches, referees, players and clubs decided it was the right format. Barça was League champion but if it had been second it would have come the same. It is not a champion format, it is a format that has the two best in the League and the two best in the Cup. “last_img read more

It Appears Nissan LEAF 3G CARWINGS Upgrade Costs Thousands

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first_imgWe’ve included the full email below, so as not to leave any details out:I’m the proud owner of a used 2012 Nissan Leaf and received the email below yesterday. I thought you might be interested because I called a couple of local dealers here in Ottawa to see how much the upgrade would cost.The first dealer (417 Nissan) had no idea what I was talking about and was unable to help me and even told me that it wasn’t upgradable because “it came with the car”. Unreal but sadly typical of dealers knowledge about EVs.Undeterred I contacted a second dealer (Hunt Club Nissan) and they eventually figured out what I was asking for and were able to provide me with a quote (after putting me on hold for several minutes) for the part. Are you ready?$2,298! Just for the module. That’s before tax and installation!I don’t know if my results are typical for a Canadian Leaf owner but that is the cost I was quoted here in Ottawa. I thought you’d like to know and maybe do some digging about this. Needless to say I won’t be doing the upgrade at that price! Especially for an already obsolete 3G connection while Tesla and others are already using LTE(4G) in their cars and networks are talking about 5G roll out.While Tesla offers free over-the-air updates fleet wide, and other automakers just expect you to buy a brand-new car when the old system becomes obsolete, this is compelling information for sure. Over $2,000 for a simple software upgrade goes against everything we keep preaching about electric cars being less expensive overall. Not to mention Nissan’s crazy expenses for a new battery. This is truly ridiculous, since it’s assumed that it can’t cost them very much to update the infotainment. Surely not some ~$2,300!Disclaimer:  Since we only have this single account, and the situation could be dealer or geographically jaded, we’d really love to get a realistic handle on this as soon as possible. Please let us know your related, personal experience in the comment section below. Yes, to get the 3G upgrade from Nissan, you’ll have to put up over $2,000 out of pocket, it seems.In-car internet and internet speed is a big deal in vehicles today. With 4G as the new norm and 5G potentially rolling out sooner rather than later, automakers are jumping on the opportunity to offer the latest and greatest when it comes to connectivity. Meanwhile, a 2012 Nissan LEAF owner reached out to us about the struggles he’s endured in the process of trying to get his interface up to date.Additional Nissan LEAF Content: Nissan LEAF Might Become 10% More Expensive Because Of Brexit 2018 Nissan LEAF Battery Health Tested After 12,000 Miles Source: Electric Vehicle News This Nissan Dealership In Colorado Knows How To Sell LEAFs Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on October 25, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle Newslast_img read more

Could November elections scramble a controversial US mission to a frozen moon

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first_img Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call/AP Images Click to view the privacy policy. Required fields are indicated by an asterisk (*) Could November elections scramble a controversial U.S. mission to a frozen moon? Earlier this year, planetary scientists got a pleasant surprise: a big boost in NASA’s budget, instituted at the direction of Representative John Culberson (R–TX), a leading member of the House of Representatives spending panel. But some of that money—$195 million, to be exact—came with a catch. It had to be spent on a robotic mission to land on Europa, Jupiter’s frozen moon, to search for signs of life.Culberson’s lander has been somewhat controversial among scientists because it hasn’t gone through NASA’s traditional selection and vetting process. And today, researchers at an agency advisory meeting debated whether the congressional elections in November could bring a new lander-related headache: the defeat of Culberson, who is facing a tough re-election contest. If Culberson loses, NASA risks becoming “locked in” to an expensive and complicated project that lacks a key champion in Congress, one researcher worried.By Culberson’s mandate, NASA had already begun to lay out plans for the Europa lander, which could launch by 2026. But at a panel session today at NASA’s Outer Planets Assessment Group, held in Pasadena, California, planetary scientists grappled with whether, and how aggressively, the agency should support the mission. 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Country Representative John Culberson (R–TX), who has been a key player in providing funding for a NASA mission to Europa, is facing a tough re-election battle. By Paul VoosenSep. 12, 2018 , 5:35 PM “The science goals of the Europa lander do not follow from our current knowledge of Europa,” said Chris McKay, a planetary scientist at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California. Although there is abundant ice for a lander to sample on Europa, he suggested, there is no concrete evidence of other ingredients necessary for life, such as carbon, nitrogen, biologically useful energy, or organic molecules. But given that the lander is already receiving money, he concluded in an about-face, scientists should support it. “A bad life detection mission is better than no life detection mission,” he said.Others had a different view. It’s premature to design and build a lander before the Europa Clipper, which will orbit Jupiter while observing Europa, has had time to scout and map its surface and interior ocean in more detail, said Louise Prockter, director of the Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI) in Houston, Texas. (She noted that her views did not represent LPI’s stance.) And the lander’s existence, based on the desires of a single congressman, make it fragile, she added. “The issue for the lander is that congressional support is coming from a single point. We don’t like single-point failures in our missions,” she said. “If that congressional support goes away, we are then locked in to a very large, very complex, very long mission.”A Culberson loss wouldn’t pose a big risk to the project, countered Scott Bolton, principal investigator of NASA’s Juno mission around Jupiter and a planetary scientist at the Southwest Research Institute who works in Boulder, Colorado. “Even if Culberson loses, we know who’s going to come in, and he supports it,” Bolton said, apparently referring the lawmaker who could take Culberson’s place as the head of the spending panel that oversees NASA. (It could be a Democrat, if Republicans lose their House majority.)At this point, Linda Spilker, project scientist of the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s (JPL’s) Cassini mission, tried to steer the conversation away from politics. But Bolton didn’t go along. “We’re trying to figure out what to do with the lander,” he said, “and the lander is in there because of the politics.”At the meeting, scientists developing plans for the lander, who are largely based at JPL in Pasadena, relayed their newest design. Their efforts responded to a push, begun last year by NASA headquarters, to keep costs low. The plan, which would cost several billion dollars, calls for using three spacecraft to ferry the lander its destination. It would then land using a modified version of the sky crane that NASA has previously deployed on Mars. The battery-powered robot would dig a single trench into Europa’s surface with a robotic arm, exposing samples to a large suite of scientific instruments, while operating for more than 3 weeks. And it would focus on detecting biosignatures, rather than direct detection of life.Scientists should not lose sight of how the Europa lander could excite the public, added Alfred McEwen, a planetary geologist at The University of Arizona in Tuscon. “This would be tremendously exciting mission for the general public,” he said, much more so than simply a series of flybys that will come from the Europa Clipper. And any mission that lands on Europa, even if it is not perfect or as complex as hoped, will produce fantastic science, added Cynthia Phillips, a planetary geologist at JPL. Though, she added, “maybe it’s not landing on Enceladus,” the water-spewing saturnian moon that, for many scientists, has supplanted Europa as a top target for detecting life.Scientists at the meeting universally lauded the design work done by the lander team. As designed, the mission could yield great insights on the geology and chemistry of frozen ocean worlds. But what if, as one researcher said during a comment period, the most interesting thing about Europa seen by the Clipper is found on a cliff face? “We’re making a lot of assumptions in the design of the lander that we’ll live to regret once we get the Clipper data.”There was no resolution to this debate, and the final outcome could depend on the results of the 2018 elections. Many scientists are looking for the next decadal assessment of NASA’s planetary science to consider the Europa mission, but by then NASA might have already invested a great deal of money. “And the fact is that Congress is excited about this,” said Kevin Hand, the astrobiologist at JPL who has helped develop the lander concept. “I think this is exactly the kind of mission, the kind of exploration, and potential big discovery, that NASA is chartered to undertake.”*Correction, 18 September, 5:47 p.m.: A previous version of this story stated that the Europa Clipper would orbit Europa; to avoid harsh radiation, the spacecraft will instead orbit Jupiter and fly by Europa for many multiple views.last_img read more