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Journal Reference:

  1. Annalisa Polidori, Ruth F. Rowlands, Anita Zeidler, Mathieu Salanne, Henry E. Fischer, Burkhard Annighöfer, Stefan Klotz, Philip S. Salmon. Structure and dynamics of aqueous NaCl solutions at high temperatures and pressures. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 2021; 155 (19): 194506 DOI: 10.1063/5.0067166

Now a study from the University of Bath is shedding new light on the way saline solutions act in deep geological formations (known as aquifers), paving the way for further research into CO₂ sequestration beneath the seabed. The final aim of this work is for pipes to carry CO₂ from the earth’s atmosphere into these aquifers, where it will be stored harmlessly, potentially forever.

Working out how CO₂-laden salty water behaves under extreme conditions in the presence of rock is important. Will it dissolve in the water and react with the rock, or will it simply bubble back to the surface at the first opportunity, like the bubbles from a bottle of cola after it has been shaken and opened?

In an ideal world, the combination of seawater and CO₂ under pressure will result in the formation of rock, though it is more likely that the blend will retain its liquid form. “Providing the rock above the solution is fault-free and impermeable, the CO₂ will stay there,” said co-author Professor Philip Salmon, from the Department of Physics.

For the study, published in the Journal of Chemical Physics, the researchers observed saline solutions under conditions of pressure and temperatures that mimic the conditions found in deep aquifers. Their ‘neutron diffraction’ technique allowed them to examine saline solutions in more extreme conditions than ever before. Using this technique, they studied different isotopes (or versions) of sodium chloride, allowing new insight into the way salty water behaves under different sets of pressure and temperature conditions.

The chemistry of salty solutions mixed with CO₂

Little is known about the chemistry of mixing saline solution and CO₂ at high pressures and temperatures. Previous experimental efforts to find answers have failed because the solution, under extreme conditions, is highly corrosive and destroys the lab equipment it’s contained within before results are yielded.

“Being able to hold these solutions without the apparatus falling to pieces was a big challenge,” said co-author Dr Anita Zeidler, also from the Department of Physics. “We overcame them through the design of high-pressure apparatus and a judicious choice of containment materials.”

Describing the research, Professor Salmon said: “Our experiments show that by using neutron diffraction, you can see how the salt ions and water molecules interact under quite extreme conditions of heat and pressure. Next, we’ll be attempting to dissolve carbon dioxide into the saline solutions. The results from these experiments will inform models on carbon sequestration mechanisms, with the end-goal being to find a way to safely sequester carbon dioxide in deep-sea aquifers.”

The sequestration of CO₂ in deep aquifers is one of the global strategies being explored for carbon capture and storage. Pilot plants have demonstrated the success of this strategy, but ramping-up the scale depends on solving some key issues, such as storage capacity. It’s therefore important for scientists to improve their knowledge of the physics and chemistry of CO₂ in the environment into which it is injected.

The researchers hope to find collaborators with an expertise in corrosion and corrosion resistance before they start the next phase of their project. “We want to study saline solutions under even more extreme conditions that fully fit in with real-life conditions, and these conditions will be even more corrosive. So, we could really benefit from the input of a corrosion specialist,” said Dr Zeidler.

This work was led from Bath and benefitted from the significant contributions of two PhD students, Annalisa Polidori and Ruth Rowlands. Also collaborating were researchers from three institutions in France: Sorbonne Université, Université Paris-Saclay and Institut Laue-Langevin in Grenoble.

We would like to say thanks to the writer of this post for this amazing web content

Exploring carbon storage deep beneath the seabed

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Journal Reference:

  1. Annalisa Polidori, Ruth F. Rowlands, Anita Zeidler, Mathieu Salanne, Henry E. Fischer, Burkhard Annighöfer, Stefan Klotz, Philip S. Salmon. Structure and dynamics of aqueous NaCl solutions at high temperatures and pressures. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 2021; 155 (19): 194506 DOI: 10.1063/5.0067166

Now a study from the University of Bath is shedding new light on the way saline solutions act in deep geological formations (known as aquifers), paving the way for further research into CO₂ sequestration beneath the seabed. The final aim of this work is for pipes to carry CO₂ from the earth’s atmosphere into these aquifers, where it will be stored harmlessly, potentially forever.

Working out how CO₂-laden salty water behaves under extreme conditions in the presence of rock is important. Will it dissolve in the water and react with the rock, or will it simply bubble back to the surface at the first opportunity, like the bubbles from a bottle of cola after it has been shaken and opened?

In an ideal world, the combination of seawater and CO₂ under pressure will result in the formation of rock, though it is more likely that the blend will retain its liquid form. “Providing the rock above the solution is fault-free and impermeable, the CO₂ will stay there,” said co-author Professor Philip Salmon, from the Department of Physics.

For the study, published in the Journal of Chemical Physics, the researchers observed saline solutions under conditions of pressure and temperatures that mimic the conditions found in deep aquifers. Their ‘neutron diffraction’ technique allowed them to examine saline solutions in more extreme conditions than ever before. Using this technique, they studied different isotopes (or versions) of sodium chloride, allowing new insight into the way salty water behaves under different sets of pressure and temperature conditions.

The chemistry of salty solutions mixed with CO₂

Little is known about the chemistry of mixing saline solution and CO₂ at high pressures and temperatures. Previous experimental efforts to find answers have failed because the solution, under extreme conditions, is highly corrosive and destroys the lab equipment it’s contained within before results are yielded.

“Being able to hold these solutions without the apparatus falling to pieces was a big challenge,” said co-author Dr Anita Zeidler, also from the Department of Physics. “We overcame them through the design of high-pressure apparatus and a judicious choice of containment materials.”

Describing the research, Professor Salmon said: “Our experiments show that by using neutron diffraction, you can see how the salt ions and water molecules interact under quite extreme conditions of heat and pressure. Next, we’ll be attempting to dissolve carbon dioxide into the saline solutions. The results from these experiments will inform models on carbon sequestration mechanisms, with the end-goal being to find a way to safely sequester carbon dioxide in deep-sea aquifers.”

The sequestration of CO₂ in deep aquifers is one of the global strategies being explored for carbon capture and storage. Pilot plants have demonstrated the success of this strategy, but ramping-up the scale depends on solving some key issues, such as storage capacity. It’s therefore important for scientists to improve their knowledge of the physics and chemistry of CO₂ in the environment into which it is injected.

The researchers hope to find collaborators with an expertise in corrosion and corrosion resistance before they start the next phase of their project. “We want to study saline solutions under even more extreme conditions that fully fit in with real-life conditions, and these conditions will be even more corrosive. So, we could really benefit from the input of a corrosion specialist,” said Dr Zeidler.

This work was led from Bath and benefitted from the significant contributions of two PhD students, Annalisa Polidori and Ruth Rowlands. Also collaborating were researchers from three institutions in France: Sorbonne Université, Université Paris-Saclay and Institut Laue-Langevin in Grenoble.

We would like to say thanks to the writer of this post for this amazing web content

Exploring carbon storage deep beneath the seabed

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638543516) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(107) "The dispute between Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel continues, now in a scene from the series “Red Alert”" ["link"]=> string(136) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/the-dispute-between-dwayne-johnson-and-vin-diesel-continues-now-in-a-scene-from-the-series-red-alert/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Tom Pauler" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 14:27:36 +0000" ["category"]=> string(66) "CelebrityalertcontinuesDieseldisputeDwayneJohnsonRedsceneseriesVin" ["guid"]=> string(42) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=7824" ["description"]=> string(831) "EL NUEVO DIARIO, SANTO DOMINGO. – Netflix’s new action comedy, “Red Alert,” packs a punch for Dwayne Johnson’s “Fast & Furious” co-star “The Rock” to Vin Diesel, who still apparently continue the feud, after the actor asked for a rematch publicly. The infamous feud between the two action stars has been well documented over the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4750) "

EL NUEVO DIARIO, SANTO DOMINGO. – Netflix’s new action comedy, “Red Alert,” packs a punch for Dwayne Johnson’s “Fast & Furious” co-star “The Rock” to Vin Diesel, who still apparently continue the feud, after the actor asked for a rematch publicly.

The infamous feud between the two action stars has been well documented over the years and is the reason why Dwayne Johnson “The Rock” says he will not return as “Luke Hobbs” for any other major Fast & Furious installments in the future. .

With “Red Notice”, it is evident that La Roca does not back down from his position on Diesel, with a joke in the dialogue that will surely add fuel to the fire.

The situation between Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel became public in 2016, where The Rock took his frustration with his co-star of the franchise “Fast and Furious” to Instagram, at that time he did not mention names, but emphasized a conflict generated between them.

Diesel later put on the record how close he was to Dwayne Johnson “The Rock,” even referring to him as a “little brother,” but Johnson quickly refuted that notion. Since then, Diesel has narrowed their dispute to both being “alpha men,” while The Rock seems to see it more as a difference in their creative visions and in how they approach the treatment of others.

Their sour relationship was returned to the point where Dwayne Johnson was unable to film scenes with Vin Diesel in “The Fate of the Furious,” and was completely absent from F9. Whatever the truth of this dispute, The Rock doesn’t seem to be happy with Diesel in the least, and his frustration seems to carry over to his other projects.

He certainly has no problem with jokes at Diesel’s expense that appear in non-fast and furious movies he’s involved in, like “Red Notice,” even if he’s not the one doing them.

The joke in question is a quick comment Reynolds makes at the end of the film, where he mentions Vin Diesel’s audition tape for the Universal movie musical, “Cats,” and how terrifying it is to contemplate.

It is unclear if it was improvised by Reynolds or a deliberate hit potentially devised by Dwayne Johnson’s “The Rock,” but it is certain that it will only further fuel his situation, despite the fact that Vin Diesel invited him back to “Fast & Furious” to the tenth installment.

Clearly, the bad blood between them must be enough that time cannot fully heal her, at least in The Rock’s eyes. With a sequel to Hobbs and Shaw already in the works, it appears Johnson still insists on not sticking with the main “Fast & Furious” franchise, at least while Diesel is involved.

Instead, he’s carving out his own mini-franchise within the long-running and remarkably successful series as Luke Hobbs, with Diesel’s Dominic Toretto in the offing.

But the end of Dwayne Johnson’s “The Rock” and Vin Diesel teams seems to mark just the beginning of their collaborations with Ryan Reynolds, both within the Fast & Furious franchise and outside of it. The door is wide open for Reynolds to continue to co-star as CIA agent Victor Locke in the Hobbs & Shaw movies, even if it’s just for a quick cameo scene.

And with “Red Alert,” Netflix is ​​trying to launch its own franchise with the two stars, suggesting that Johnson and Reynolds are destined to make many more action movies together.

We would love to thank the author of this write-up for this amazing material

The dispute between Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel continues, now in a scene from the series “Red Alert”

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EL NUEVO DIARIO, SANTO DOMINGO. – Netflix’s new action comedy, “Red Alert,” packs a punch for Dwayne Johnson’s “Fast & Furious” co-star “The Rock” to Vin Diesel, who still apparently continue the feud, after the actor asked for a rematch publicly.

The infamous feud between the two action stars has been well documented over the years and is the reason why Dwayne Johnson “The Rock” says he will not return as “Luke Hobbs” for any other major Fast & Furious installments in the future. .

With “Red Notice”, it is evident that La Roca does not back down from his position on Diesel, with a joke in the dialogue that will surely add fuel to the fire.

The situation between Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel became public in 2016, where The Rock took his frustration with his co-star of the franchise “Fast and Furious” to Instagram, at that time he did not mention names, but emphasized a conflict generated between them.

Diesel later put on the record how close he was to Dwayne Johnson “The Rock,” even referring to him as a “little brother,” but Johnson quickly refuted that notion. Since then, Diesel has narrowed their dispute to both being “alpha men,” while The Rock seems to see it more as a difference in their creative visions and in how they approach the treatment of others.

Their sour relationship was returned to the point where Dwayne Johnson was unable to film scenes with Vin Diesel in “The Fate of the Furious,” and was completely absent from F9. Whatever the truth of this dispute, The Rock doesn’t seem to be happy with Diesel in the least, and his frustration seems to carry over to his other projects.

He certainly has no problem with jokes at Diesel’s expense that appear in non-fast and furious movies he’s involved in, like “Red Notice,” even if he’s not the one doing them.

The joke in question is a quick comment Reynolds makes at the end of the film, where he mentions Vin Diesel’s audition tape for the Universal movie musical, “Cats,” and how terrifying it is to contemplate.

It is unclear if it was improvised by Reynolds or a deliberate hit potentially devised by Dwayne Johnson’s “The Rock,” but it is certain that it will only further fuel his situation, despite the fact that Vin Diesel invited him back to “Fast & Furious” to the tenth installment.

Clearly, the bad blood between them must be enough that time cannot fully heal her, at least in The Rock’s eyes. With a sequel to Hobbs and Shaw already in the works, it appears Johnson still insists on not sticking with the main “Fast & Furious” franchise, at least while Diesel is involved.

Instead, he’s carving out his own mini-franchise within the long-running and remarkably successful series as Luke Hobbs, with Diesel’s Dominic Toretto in the offing.

But the end of Dwayne Johnson’s “The Rock” and Vin Diesel teams seems to mark just the beginning of their collaborations with Ryan Reynolds, both within the Fast & Furious franchise and outside of it. The door is wide open for Reynolds to continue to co-star as CIA agent Victor Locke in the Hobbs & Shaw movies, even if it’s just for a quick cameo scene.

And with “Red Alert,” Netflix is ​​trying to launch its own franchise with the two stars, suggesting that Johnson and Reynolds are destined to make many more action movies together.

We would love to thank the author of this write-up for this amazing material

The dispute between Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel continues, now in a scene from the series “Red Alert”

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638541656) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(65) "“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”: nuestra crítica" ["link"]=> string(92) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/three-billboards-outside-ebbing-missouri-nuestra-critica/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Paula Hooper" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 14:26:09 +0000" ["category"]=> string(45) "MoviesBILLBOARDScríticaEBBINGMISSOURInuestra" ["guid"]=> string(42) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=7818" ["description"]=> string(634) "“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri“It is one of the most awarded films of the season, and with many chances of winning the Oscar for Best Picture, it is this third opus by director Martin McDonagh. It is about the story of Mildred (Frances McDormand), woman of arms to take that He lives in a small ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6030) "

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri“It is one of the most awarded films of the season, and with many chances of winning the Oscar for Best Picture, it is this third opus by director Martin McDonagh. It is about the story of Mildred (Frances McDormand), woman of arms to take that He lives in a small and forgotten US town, and he decides to pay to put a message rebuking Sheriff Willoughby (Woody Harrelson), on three billboards, because the police have not found his daughter’s murderer and rapist.

McDonagh is not a stranger. Born to Irish parents, he is a renowned playwright. As a filmmaker, he became known with “En brujas” (2008), a black comedy in which two gangsters reel off the hours and their strange friendship, while approaching an uncertain destination in an old Belgian city.

Now with “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri“McDonagh goes further. The dry, ironic and sometimes cruel dialogue is a vibrant mix of Quentin Tarantino’s street style and Tennessee Williams’ dramatic thickness. With actress Frances McDormand he draws a tough and phlegmatic character, a kind of female version by Clint Eastwood, but capable of being moved by loss and helplessness, always at the right point between anger and pain that prevents the slip towards sentimental complacency.

The remarkable thing about the film also has to do with its kaleidoscopic gaze that integrates in the same shot the bailiff, the town dwarf (Peter Dinklage) and the worker of the advertising panel company (Caleb Landry Jones), who could well be the brother of Norman Bates, from “Psycho.” The main vectors, however, are Mildred, and, more than Sheriff Willoughby, her deputy Dixon (Sam Rockwell). Rockwell’s formidable performance has him as a nerd and a bully, a racist and a sensitive artist, an investigator and a brutal alcoholic who explodes in fury.

Beyond surprising in more than one section with some new facet of its characters, the film manages to exchange comedy for violence, the everyday for the tragic, the derisory gesture for the voracious fire at the police station. All this filmed with a camera that cannot be felt: the images display an invisible style with classical roots, but attentive to surreal flare-ups, an aspect manifested not only by the presence of the dwarf, but also by the voracious fires that are captured from afar .

The police theme and mystery surrounding the unidentified murderer soon become of little concern to the viewer. What comes to our eyes is rather a fascinating study of characters of a complexity very rare to see, who outrage and at the same time move, and make this people a hell that, despite everything, is capable of redeeming itself through acts of atonement. and pious that give a universal breath to the film.

Some have seen a family resemblance “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri“,” Fargo “and” No place for the weak “, the latter directed by the brothers Ethan and Joel Coen.” No place for the weak “, based on a novel by Cormac McCarthy – William Faulkner’s successor -, may be related more with the McDonagh film: it is the same universe of forgotten towns, crimes, ‘white trash’ and untamed passions many times sealed with blood. But McDonagh is different. Here the Kafkaesque atmosphere of the Coen is not the priority, but the design of human monsters, tragic, fearsome and tender, filmed with a clean light of solar and warm tones that make their contact with our eyes even more hurtful.

Original title: “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”.
Gender: drama, crime tape. Country and year: USA and England, 2017.
Director: Martin McDonagh.
Actors: Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell.
Qualification: 4/5

We wish to thank the author of this write-up for this remarkable material

“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”: nuestra crítica

" } ["summary"]=> string(634) "“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri“It is one of the most awarded films of the season, and with many chances of winning the Oscar for Best Picture, it is this third opus by director Martin McDonagh. It is about the story of Mildred (Frances McDormand), woman of arms to take that He lives in a small ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(6030) "

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri“It is one of the most awarded films of the season, and with many chances of winning the Oscar for Best Picture, it is this third opus by director Martin McDonagh. It is about the story of Mildred (Frances McDormand), woman of arms to take that He lives in a small and forgotten US town, and he decides to pay to put a message rebuking Sheriff Willoughby (Woody Harrelson), on three billboards, because the police have not found his daughter’s murderer and rapist.

McDonagh is not a stranger. Born to Irish parents, he is a renowned playwright. As a filmmaker, he became known with “En brujas” (2008), a black comedy in which two gangsters reel off the hours and their strange friendship, while approaching an uncertain destination in an old Belgian city.

Now with “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri“McDonagh goes further. The dry, ironic and sometimes cruel dialogue is a vibrant mix of Quentin Tarantino’s street style and Tennessee Williams’ dramatic thickness. With actress Frances McDormand he draws a tough and phlegmatic character, a kind of female version by Clint Eastwood, but capable of being moved by loss and helplessness, always at the right point between anger and pain that prevents the slip towards sentimental complacency.

The remarkable thing about the film also has to do with its kaleidoscopic gaze that integrates in the same shot the bailiff, the town dwarf (Peter Dinklage) and the worker of the advertising panel company (Caleb Landry Jones), who could well be the brother of Norman Bates, from “Psycho.” The main vectors, however, are Mildred, and, more than Sheriff Willoughby, her deputy Dixon (Sam Rockwell). Rockwell’s formidable performance has him as a nerd and a bully, a racist and a sensitive artist, an investigator and a brutal alcoholic who explodes in fury.

Beyond surprising in more than one section with some new facet of its characters, the film manages to exchange comedy for violence, the everyday for the tragic, the derisory gesture for the voracious fire at the police station. All this filmed with a camera that cannot be felt: the images display an invisible style with classical roots, but attentive to surreal flare-ups, an aspect manifested not only by the presence of the dwarf, but also by the voracious fires that are captured from afar .

The police theme and mystery surrounding the unidentified murderer soon become of little concern to the viewer. What comes to our eyes is rather a fascinating study of characters of a complexity very rare to see, who outrage and at the same time move, and make this people a hell that, despite everything, is capable of redeeming itself through acts of atonement. and pious that give a universal breath to the film.

Some have seen a family resemblance “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri“,” Fargo “and” No place for the weak “, the latter directed by the brothers Ethan and Joel Coen.” No place for the weak “, based on a novel by Cormac McCarthy – William Faulkner’s successor -, may be related more with the McDonagh film: it is the same universe of forgotten towns, crimes, ‘white trash’ and untamed passions many times sealed with blood. But McDonagh is different. Here the Kafkaesque atmosphere of the Coen is not the priority, but the design of human monsters, tragic, fearsome and tender, filmed with a clean light of solar and warm tones that make their contact with our eyes even more hurtful.

Original title: “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”.
Gender: drama, crime tape. Country and year: USA and England, 2017.
Director: Martin McDonagh.
Actors: Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell.
Qualification: 4/5

We wish to thank the author of this write-up for this remarkable material

“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”: nuestra crítica

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638541569) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(59) "10 million Italians on holiday on the Immaculate Conception" ["link"]=> string(95) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/10-million-italians-on-holiday-on-the-immaculate-conception/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Paula Hooper" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 14:24:21 +0000" ["category"]=> string(44) "LifestyleConceptionholidayImmaculateItalians" ["guid"]=> string(42) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=7812" ["description"]=> string(627) "“After being forced into forms of forced isolation, subjected to stop and go due to the circumstance of the pandemic, exasperated by uncertainty and many fears, Italians seem to want to forget for a moment the difficulties and concentrate on what is possible, that is a small and beneficial holiday, built around nearby things and ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5582) "

“After being forced into forms of forced isolation, subjected to stop and go due to the circumstance of the pandemic, exasperated by uncertainty and many fears, Italians seem to want to forget for a moment the difficulties and concentrate on what is possible, that is a small and beneficial holiday, built around nearby things and places, returning to the heart of nature, preferring the mountains, walks in the countryside, the cultural heritage of our cities of art, food and wine events and even spas. All in the name of relaxation. If our internal tourism marks a movement of 92.3 per cent of Italian travelers who will leave for the Immaculate Conception, this is a signal not to be overlooked and above all to be considered essential for future strategies. In my opinion it represents a good omen for the opening of the winter season ».

Thus comments the president of Federalberghi, Bernabò Bocca, the results of the forecast survey carried out for the Federation by Acs Marketing Solutions on the tourist movement of Italians with reference to the long weekend of 8 December.

«It is clear – continues Bocca – that we look at this date as a dress rehearsal for the performance of the sector in the perspective of Christmas. It must be said that the holiday this year falls on a Wednesday, offering a tempting opportunity for the most eager to get away from the routine to extend the holiday project. According to our survey, in fact, Italians on the move around the bridge will spend an average of 3.4 nights away from home, producing a total turnover of over 3 billion euros “.

“From the survey it seems there has been almost a return to the ancient pre-covid habits in terms of bookings: in addition to having planned the trip to nearby places, these people took care to book their stay out well in advance (30, 3% of the interviewees booked a month earlier) ».

“Unfortunately, generalized alarmism and the confusion aroused by the fears of the fourth pandemic wave can have a negative effect on the traveler’s sentiment – concludes Bocca – With the certainty that rigor on vaccines is essential to chase away any fear, we trust that all the conditions to guarantee the best numbers also for the upcoming Christmas holidays ».

They will be about 10 million and 118 thousand Italians (including adults and minors) traveling to the Immaculate Conception. The 92,3% will remain in Italy while 7.7% will go abroad. It will be a bridge of proximity: more than half of those who will remain in Italy (50.8%) will remain in the same region of residence and 30.6% will go to a region close to the one in which they reside.

Among those who will remain in Italy, the 35,2% will prefer places of art, the 25,2% the mountain, the 12,6% will go to the sea, the 5,4% will prefer spas, the 3,8% the lakes.

For those who choose foreign destinations, the great European capitals will be the most coveted, with the 74,3% of the overall demand. L’8,6% will prefer seaside resorts, the8,5% mountain resorts, the 2,9% the great extra-European capitals.

The vast majority of respondents (57.9%) chose to go on holiday for the Immaculate Conception to relax, 28.9% to have fun and 18.9% to join their family.

The home of relatives / friends will be the structure chosen by the 36,0% of travelers, followed by the 26,5% who will choose the hotel, and from11,8% il bed & breakfast.

On average, each traveler will spend approx 3.4 nights away from home.

The average per capita expenditure, including transport, accommodation, food and entertainment, will be around 416 euro, with a turnover of approx 3.2 billion euros.

Accommodation costs account for 18.7% of the budget; travel expenses for 22.3%, and those relating to meals for 28.3%. The largest chapter of expenditure (30.7%) concerns the other items (shopping, entertainment, etc.), confirming the ability of tourism to “distribute” wealth throughout the territory, well beyond the traditional boundaries of the sector.

40.5% of the interviewees declared that they contact the accommodation directly to book their stay via the website, telephone or e-mail.

In 40.3% of cases, the interviewees declare that they have given up on vacation due to lack of money; 23.0% for family reasons and 18.8% for fear of contagion from Covid-19. Furthermore, it should be emphasized that 12.9% will not take a vacation during this period due to the state of uncertainty that still hovers over the containment measures of the pandemic.

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10 million Italians on holiday on the Immaculate Conception

" } ["summary"]=> string(627) "“After being forced into forms of forced isolation, subjected to stop and go due to the circumstance of the pandemic, exasperated by uncertainty and many fears, Italians seem to want to forget for a moment the difficulties and concentrate on what is possible, that is a small and beneficial holiday, built around nearby things and ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5582) "

“After being forced into forms of forced isolation, subjected to stop and go due to the circumstance of the pandemic, exasperated by uncertainty and many fears, Italians seem to want to forget for a moment the difficulties and concentrate on what is possible, that is a small and beneficial holiday, built around nearby things and places, returning to the heart of nature, preferring the mountains, walks in the countryside, the cultural heritage of our cities of art, food and wine events and even spas. All in the name of relaxation. If our internal tourism marks a movement of 92.3 per cent of Italian travelers who will leave for the Immaculate Conception, this is a signal not to be overlooked and above all to be considered essential for future strategies. In my opinion it represents a good omen for the opening of the winter season ».

Thus comments the president of Federalberghi, Bernabò Bocca, the results of the forecast survey carried out for the Federation by Acs Marketing Solutions on the tourist movement of Italians with reference to the long weekend of 8 December.

«It is clear – continues Bocca – that we look at this date as a dress rehearsal for the performance of the sector in the perspective of Christmas. It must be said that the holiday this year falls on a Wednesday, offering a tempting opportunity for the most eager to get away from the routine to extend the holiday project. According to our survey, in fact, Italians on the move around the bridge will spend an average of 3.4 nights away from home, producing a total turnover of over 3 billion euros “.

“From the survey it seems there has been almost a return to the ancient pre-covid habits in terms of bookings: in addition to having planned the trip to nearby places, these people took care to book their stay out well in advance (30, 3% of the interviewees booked a month earlier) ».

“Unfortunately, generalized alarmism and the confusion aroused by the fears of the fourth pandemic wave can have a negative effect on the traveler’s sentiment – concludes Bocca – With the certainty that rigor on vaccines is essential to chase away any fear, we trust that all the conditions to guarantee the best numbers also for the upcoming Christmas holidays ».

They will be about 10 million and 118 thousand Italians (including adults and minors) traveling to the Immaculate Conception. The 92,3% will remain in Italy while 7.7% will go abroad. It will be a bridge of proximity: more than half of those who will remain in Italy (50.8%) will remain in the same region of residence and 30.6% will go to a region close to the one in which they reside.

Among those who will remain in Italy, the 35,2% will prefer places of art, the 25,2% the mountain, the 12,6% will go to the sea, the 5,4% will prefer spas, the 3,8% the lakes.

For those who choose foreign destinations, the great European capitals will be the most coveted, with the 74,3% of the overall demand. L’8,6% will prefer seaside resorts, the8,5% mountain resorts, the 2,9% the great extra-European capitals.

The vast majority of respondents (57.9%) chose to go on holiday for the Immaculate Conception to relax, 28.9% to have fun and 18.9% to join their family.

The home of relatives / friends will be the structure chosen by the 36,0% of travelers, followed by the 26,5% who will choose the hotel, and from11,8% il bed & breakfast.

On average, each traveler will spend approx 3.4 nights away from home.

The average per capita expenditure, including transport, accommodation, food and entertainment, will be around 416 euro, with a turnover of approx 3.2 billion euros.

Accommodation costs account for 18.7% of the budget; travel expenses for 22.3%, and those relating to meals for 28.3%. The largest chapter of expenditure (30.7%) concerns the other items (shopping, entertainment, etc.), confirming the ability of tourism to “distribute” wealth throughout the territory, well beyond the traditional boundaries of the sector.

40.5% of the interviewees declared that they contact the accommodation directly to book their stay via the website, telephone or e-mail.

In 40.3% of cases, the interviewees declare that they have given up on vacation due to lack of money; 23.0% for family reasons and 18.8% for fear of contagion from Covid-19. Furthermore, it should be emphasized that 12.9% will not take a vacation during this period due to the state of uncertainty that still hovers over the containment measures of the pandemic.

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10 million Italians on holiday on the Immaculate Conception

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638541461) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(59) "In Bolivia, the great indigenous march ends in indifference" ["link"]=> string(94) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/in-bolivia-the-great-indigenous-march-ends-in-indifference/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Susan Qnenly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 14:23:04 +0000" ["category"]=> string(44) "World NewsBoliviaindifferenceindigenousmarch" ["guid"]=> string(42) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=7807" ["description"]=> string(598) "The indigenous march arrives in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, on October 16, 2019. AIZAR RALDES / AFP There is an air of weariness. The one that wins those who hoped to expose their grievances at the top of the state, who waited weeks, and who failed. For sixty-two days, hundreds of Native Americans from the Amazon, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4734) "

There is an air of weariness. The one that wins those who hoped to expose their grievances at the top of the state, who waited weeks, and who failed. For sixty-two days, hundreds of Native Americans from the Amazon, the East and the Bolivian Chaco, representing the 34 ethnic groups of the lowlands – among them Yuracaré, Guarani, Moxeño – camped in the vast stadium of the ‘Gabriel René Moreno University, in Santa Cruz, in the east of the country.

“I left everything behind me, my sons were left alone, because we have to fight for our territory”, says Benedicta Noto Mae, mother of two boys, as she cooks on a stove in front of her tent. She walked 500 kilometers from her village of San Lorenzo, in the department of Beni. After thirty-seven days of march, the procession arrived on 1is December in the city of Santa Cruz, stronghold of the opposition to the left-wing government of Luis Arce, elected in October 2020. A way of opposing the centralism of La Paz, seat of government institutions, which is 800 kilometers from the.

Thirty-one years after the first historic march of the Amerindians “for land and dignity”, in 1990, this 11e march was, once again, for the defense of the territory. The marchers denounce the upsurge in invasions, with many faces: agribusiness, coca leaf cultivation, mining, gas and oil extraction projects. Their territories are subjugated with, according to them, the complicity of the government.

“Offensive of the settlers towards the eastern lands”

The latter tried to send emissaries. He was met with a categorical refusal. Indigenous leaders demanded a meeting with President Arce in person. As if to say that the hour is serious, and that no other authority could respond to their demands.

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Among them, the repeal of 14 laws deemed “eco-friendly”. In particular the “Incendiary decrees” who, according to Miguel Angel Valdivia, a young Guarani and secretary general of the Parliament, “Open the way to the expansion of the agricultural frontier”, in particular by authorizing burning. Its uncontrolled practice had generated fire and deforestation, in 2019, of 1.5 million hectares in Chiquitanie, one of the largest dry forests in the world, regularly devastated by fire.

Lying in front of her tent, Ester Arteaga, originally from Chiquitania, accuses: “We are facing the offensive of the settlers towards the eastern lands. They are peasants, Brazilian companies, Mennonites [culte chrétien traditionaliste, issu de la Réforme protestante]. And INRA [Institut national de réforme agraire] Gives them title deeds to settle. We must walk so that they deign to recognize us land rights ”, says the young woman.

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In Bolivia, the great indigenous march ends in indifference

" } ["summary"]=> string(598) "The indigenous march arrives in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, on October 16, 2019. AIZAR RALDES / AFP There is an air of weariness. The one that wins those who hoped to expose their grievances at the top of the state, who waited weeks, and who failed. For sixty-two days, hundreds of Native Americans from the Amazon, ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4734) "

There is an air of weariness. The one that wins those who hoped to expose their grievances at the top of the state, who waited weeks, and who failed. For sixty-two days, hundreds of Native Americans from the Amazon, the East and the Bolivian Chaco, representing the 34 ethnic groups of the lowlands – among them Yuracaré, Guarani, Moxeño – camped in the vast stadium of the ‘Gabriel René Moreno University, in Santa Cruz, in the east of the country.

“I left everything behind me, my sons were left alone, because we have to fight for our territory”, says Benedicta Noto Mae, mother of two boys, as she cooks on a stove in front of her tent. She walked 500 kilometers from her village of San Lorenzo, in the department of Beni. After thirty-seven days of march, the procession arrived on 1is December in the city of Santa Cruz, stronghold of the opposition to the left-wing government of Luis Arce, elected in October 2020. A way of opposing the centralism of La Paz, seat of government institutions, which is 800 kilometers from the.

Thirty-one years after the first historic march of the Amerindians “for land and dignity”, in 1990, this 11e march was, once again, for the defense of the territory. The marchers denounce the upsurge in invasions, with many faces: agribusiness, coca leaf cultivation, mining, gas and oil extraction projects. Their territories are subjugated with, according to them, the complicity of the government.

“Offensive of the settlers towards the eastern lands”

The latter tried to send emissaries. He was met with a categorical refusal. Indigenous leaders demanded a meeting with President Arce in person. As if to say that the hour is serious, and that no other authority could respond to their demands.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Presidential election in Bolivia: the victory of Luis Arce, loyal to Evo Morales but moderate socialist

Among them, the repeal of 14 laws deemed “eco-friendly”. In particular the “Incendiary decrees” who, according to Miguel Angel Valdivia, a young Guarani and secretary general of the Parliament, “Open the way to the expansion of the agricultural frontier”, in particular by authorizing burning. Its uncontrolled practice had generated fire and deforestation, in 2019, of 1.5 million hectares in Chiquitanie, one of the largest dry forests in the world, regularly devastated by fire.

Lying in front of her tent, Ester Arteaga, originally from Chiquitania, accuses: “We are facing the offensive of the settlers towards the eastern lands. They are peasants, Brazilian companies, Mennonites [culte chrétien traditionaliste, issu de la Réforme protestante]. And INRA [Institut national de réforme agraire] Gives them title deeds to settle. We must walk so that they deign to recognize us land rights ”, says the young woman.

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In Bolivia, the great indigenous march ends in indifference

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638541384) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(48) "Frigerio Viaggi Group: the Xmas Dinner with Nexi" ["link"]=> string(83) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/frigerio-viaggi-group-the-xmas-dinner-with-nexi/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Pauline Moonlky" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 14:21:16 +0000" ["category"]=> string(36) "MagazineDinnerFrigerioNexiViaggiXmas" ["guid"]=> string(42) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=7803" ["description"]=> string(571) "The exclusive evening was held yesterday Thursday 2 December Xmas Dinner, organized by Frigerio Viaggi in collaboration with Nexi in the evocative setting of the Royal Palace of Monza. They took part in the event as well 50 of the best client companies of the Frigerio Group, for a total of 100 guests. The evening ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5828) "

The exclusive evening was held yesterday Thursday 2 December Xmas Dinner, organized by Frigerio Viaggi in collaboration with Nexi in the evocative setting of the Royal Palace of Monza. They took part in the event as well 50 of the best client companies of the Frigerio Group, for a total of 100 guests.

The evening was an opportunity to exchange Christmas greetings and to live the experience of an event in Royal Palace of Monza which, built in 1777 by Ferdinand of Hapsburg to be a ducal palace and subsequently became the property of the royal family who used it as a delightful villa for the summer period, has undergone a long and meticulous restoration in recent years. Now it is reopened and can be visited and is a perfect location for hosting dinners and corporate events. An exclusive guided tour was organized for guests with extraordinary evening opening of the Royal Apartments, a tour includes 28 rooms between apartments and halls: a real journey through history from the Habsburgs to the Savoy. The Xmas Dinner continued with one gala dinner at the Ballroom and was cheered by shows and entertainment with a singer and three beautiful dancers who alternated costume changes, dances and songs, accompanying the guests in the various moments of the event, from the welcome to the end of the evening.

Xmas Dinner Simone Frigerio

Simone Frigerio

“It is very important for us and for the entire travel sector to come back to meet colleagues, customers and suppliers in the presence: this event, in such a particular moment of the still existing pandemic emergency, wants to be an affirmation of real possibility of a gradual restart, thanks above all to all the security measures, controls that are now well established in the operational fabric of those who make mobility, hospitality and events “, comments Simone Frigerio, general manager of the Frigerio Viaggi Group “We are particularly happy to have organized our Xmas Dinner at the Royal Palace of Monza, a pearl of rare beauty. We belong to the Lombard territory, specifically Brianza, to its history and its social fabric for generations and we particularly love this location, which deserves to become an excellence in innovation and redevelopment of its enormous artistic and natural heritage. We hope that the future will reserve us the opportunity to hold new and numerous meetings and events in attendance and the Reggia di Monza will certainly be a location on which to focus “.

Frigerio travel offers a wide range of Corporate services. From the organization of travel and business trips to the management of business travel with advanced platforms and proprietary technological systems, without forgetting the organization of events: from conventions to meetings of all kinds, from 1 to 3,000 guests, in presence, digital and hybrids. Partner of the event Nexi, a company with which a collaboration has been continuing for some years now aimed at offering cutting-edge technological solutions, also for the aspect of payments, in Corporate Travel and MICE.

“Nexi is pleased to take part in this initiative to further strengthen its relationship with professionals in the travel world, an indispensable sector for the economy of our country, confirming its role as a technological partner that offers solutions for the management of travel expenses. journey “he concludes Sonia Bazzoni, sales team leader in commercial payments at Nexi.

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Frigerio Viaggi Group: the Xmas Dinner with Nexi

" } ["summary"]=> string(571) "The exclusive evening was held yesterday Thursday 2 December Xmas Dinner, organized by Frigerio Viaggi in collaboration with Nexi in the evocative setting of the Royal Palace of Monza. They took part in the event as well 50 of the best client companies of the Frigerio Group, for a total of 100 guests. The evening ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5828) "

The exclusive evening was held yesterday Thursday 2 December Xmas Dinner, organized by Frigerio Viaggi in collaboration with Nexi in the evocative setting of the Royal Palace of Monza. They took part in the event as well 50 of the best client companies of the Frigerio Group, for a total of 100 guests.

The evening was an opportunity to exchange Christmas greetings and to live the experience of an event in Royal Palace of Monza which, built in 1777 by Ferdinand of Hapsburg to be a ducal palace and subsequently became the property of the royal family who used it as a delightful villa for the summer period, has undergone a long and meticulous restoration in recent years. Now it is reopened and can be visited and is a perfect location for hosting dinners and corporate events. An exclusive guided tour was organized for guests with extraordinary evening opening of the Royal Apartments, a tour includes 28 rooms between apartments and halls: a real journey through history from the Habsburgs to the Savoy. The Xmas Dinner continued with one gala dinner at the Ballroom and was cheered by shows and entertainment with a singer and three beautiful dancers who alternated costume changes, dances and songs, accompanying the guests in the various moments of the event, from the welcome to the end of the evening.

Xmas Dinner Simone Frigerio

Simone Frigerio

“It is very important for us and for the entire travel sector to come back to meet colleagues, customers and suppliers in the presence: this event, in such a particular moment of the still existing pandemic emergency, wants to be an affirmation of real possibility of a gradual restart, thanks above all to all the security measures, controls that are now well established in the operational fabric of those who make mobility, hospitality and events “, comments Simone Frigerio, general manager of the Frigerio Viaggi Group “We are particularly happy to have organized our Xmas Dinner at the Royal Palace of Monza, a pearl of rare beauty. We belong to the Lombard territory, specifically Brianza, to its history and its social fabric for generations and we particularly love this location, which deserves to become an excellence in innovation and redevelopment of its enormous artistic and natural heritage. We hope that the future will reserve us the opportunity to hold new and numerous meetings and events in attendance and the Reggia di Monza will certainly be a location on which to focus “.

Frigerio travel offers a wide range of Corporate services. From the organization of travel and business trips to the management of business travel with advanced platforms and proprietary technological systems, without forgetting the organization of events: from conventions to meetings of all kinds, from 1 to 3,000 guests, in presence, digital and hybrids. Partner of the event Nexi, a company with which a collaboration has been continuing for some years now aimed at offering cutting-edge technological solutions, also for the aspect of payments, in Corporate Travel and MICE.

“Nexi is pleased to take part in this initiative to further strengthen its relationship with professionals in the travel world, an indispensable sector for the economy of our country, confirming its role as a technological partner that offers solutions for the management of travel expenses. journey “he concludes Sonia Bazzoni, sales team leader in commercial payments at Nexi.

We want to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this outstanding material

Frigerio Viaggi Group: the Xmas Dinner with Nexi

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638541276) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(76) "Austria: Interior Minister Karl Nehammer appointed to become next Chancellor" ["link"]=> string(111) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/austria-interior-minister-karl-nehammer-appointed-to-become-next-chancellor/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Paula Hooper" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 14:15:59 +0000" ["category"]=> string(62) "MagazineappointedAustriaChancellorInteriorKarlministerNehammer" ["guid"]=> string(42) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=7797" ["description"]=> string(692) "“Today I was unanimously appointed by the leadership of the ÖVP as chairman of the party and consequently as candidate for the post of chancellor,” Karl Nehammer told the press in Vienna on Friday 3 December 2021. LISI NIESNER / REUTERS The People’s Party has appointed Interior Minister Karl Nehammer as leader and next Chancellor, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4990) "

The People’s Party has appointed Interior Minister Karl Nehammer as leader and next Chancellor, replacing Sebastian Kurz. Former soldier, 49 years old, Karl Nehammer was the executor of the hard line on immigration defined by the ex-chancellor and outgoing leader of the conservative party.

“Today I was unanimously appointed by the leadership of the ÖVP [Österreichische Volkspartei, le Parti populaire, qui porte le nom de Nouveau Parti populaire depuis 2017] as party president and consequently as candidate for the post of chancellor ”Mr Nehammer told reporters in Vienna. “I am extremely grateful, it is an honor and a privilege that I did not expect”, he added.

Karl Nehammer will become the fifth Austrian Chancellor appointed to this post since 2017. The date of his inauguration has not yet been set. “Our goal is now to quickly start discussions with the president”Alexander Van der Bellen, who will be responsible for validating the next government, said the new leader.

The politician announced on this occasion a vast cabinet reshuffle. Finance Minister Gernot Blümel has already announced his resignation. Alexander Schallenberg, whom Mr. Kurz had appointed in October to succeed him in the chancellery after being implicated in a corruption scandal, declared himself Thursday evening “Ready to leave his post”. He will find his portfolio from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Surprise resignation and withdrawal of Sebastian Kurz

The day before, Sebastian Kurz announced his retirement from political life, barely two months after leaving the head of government. He remained in the direction of his formation, of which he also chaired the parliamentary group, but he explained that he had started “A new chapter”, saying to himself “Worn out” by recent accusations from the prosecution.

In October, several places, including the chancellery and the finance ministry, were raided as part of an investigation into suspicions of embezzlement of public funds between 2016 and 2018.

The alleged hijacking was intended to finance the publication of falsified polls and laudatory media coverage of Sebastian Kurz in the media of an influential Austrian press group, Österreich. In exchange, the latter was rewarded via the purchase of lucrative advertising inserts, according to the elements of the parquet floor. The conservatives have been part of the executive in Austria since 1987 and govern either with the Social Democrats or with the extreme right. In early 2020, they formed an unprecedented coalition with environmentalists.

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Austria: Interior Minister Karl Nehammer appointed to become next Chancellor

" } ["summary"]=> string(692) "“Today I was unanimously appointed by the leadership of the ÖVP as chairman of the party and consequently as candidate for the post of chancellor,” Karl Nehammer told the press in Vienna on Friday 3 December 2021. LISI NIESNER / REUTERS The People’s Party has appointed Interior Minister Karl Nehammer as leader and next Chancellor, ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4990) "

The People’s Party has appointed Interior Minister Karl Nehammer as leader and next Chancellor, replacing Sebastian Kurz. Former soldier, 49 years old, Karl Nehammer was the executor of the hard line on immigration defined by the ex-chancellor and outgoing leader of the conservative party.

“Today I was unanimously appointed by the leadership of the ÖVP [Österreichische Volkspartei, le Parti populaire, qui porte le nom de Nouveau Parti populaire depuis 2017] as party president and consequently as candidate for the post of chancellor ”Mr Nehammer told reporters in Vienna. “I am extremely grateful, it is an honor and a privilege that I did not expect”, he added.

Karl Nehammer will become the fifth Austrian Chancellor appointed to this post since 2017. The date of his inauguration has not yet been set. “Our goal is now to quickly start discussions with the president”Alexander Van der Bellen, who will be responsible for validating the next government, said the new leader.

The politician announced on this occasion a vast cabinet reshuffle. Finance Minister Gernot Blümel has already announced his resignation. Alexander Schallenberg, whom Mr. Kurz had appointed in October to succeed him in the chancellery after being implicated in a corruption scandal, declared himself Thursday evening “Ready to leave his post”. He will find his portfolio from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Surprise resignation and withdrawal of Sebastian Kurz

The day before, Sebastian Kurz announced his retirement from political life, barely two months after leaving the head of government. He remained in the direction of his formation, of which he also chaired the parliamentary group, but he explained that he had started “A new chapter”, saying to himself “Worn out” by recent accusations from the prosecution.

In October, several places, including the chancellery and the finance ministry, were raided as part of an investigation into suspicions of embezzlement of public funds between 2016 and 2018.

The alleged hijacking was intended to finance the publication of falsified polls and laudatory media coverage of Sebastian Kurz in the media of an influential Austrian press group, Österreich. In exchange, the latter was rewarded via the purchase of lucrative advertising inserts, according to the elements of the parquet floor. The conservatives have been part of the executive in Austria since 1987 and govern either with the Social Democrats or with the extreme right. In early 2020, they formed an unprecedented coalition with environmentalists.

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Le Monde with AFP and Reuters

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Austria: Interior Minister Karl Nehammer appointed to become next Chancellor

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638540959) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(75) "Potential new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease would be relatively cheap" ["link"]=> string(108) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/potential-new-treatment-for-alzheimers-disease-would-be-relatively-cheap/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 13:41:39 +0000" ["category"]=> string(58) "Health And ScienceAlzheimerscheapdiseasePotentialtreatment" ["guid"]=> string(42) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=7792" ["description"]=> string(779) "Journal Reference: Naoto Watamura, Naomasa Kakiya, Per Nilsson, Satoshi Tsubuki, Naoko Kamano, Mika Takahashi, Shoko Hashimoto, Hiroki Sasaguri, Takashi Saito, Takaomi C. Saido. Somatostatin-evoked Aβ catabolism in the brain: Mechanistic involvement of α-endosulfine-KATP channel pathway. Molecular Psychiatry, 2021; DOI: 10.1038/s41380-021-01368-8 The hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease in the brain is the accumulation of amyloid β peptide ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4377) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Naoto Watamura, Naomasa Kakiya, Per Nilsson, Satoshi Tsubuki, Naoko Kamano, Mika Takahashi, Shoko Hashimoto, Hiroki Sasaguri, Takashi Saito, Takaomi C. Saido. Somatostatin-evoked Aβ catabolism in the brain: Mechanistic involvement of α-endosulfine-KATP channel pathway. Molecular Psychiatry, 2021; DOI: 10.1038/s41380-021-01368-8

The hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease in the brain is the accumulation of amyloid β peptide (Aβ). For years, researchers have been trying to determine how and why this happens. Takaomi Saido and his team at RIKEN CBS have developed a mouse model of the disease that shows both Aβ accumulation and memory deficits similar to what is seen in humans. Using this model mouse, they have already discovered a series of events in the brain that lead to the formation of Aβ plaques. Key among them is reduced levels of the enzyme neprilysin, which itself is caused by reduced levels of the hormone somatostatin. Levels of both neprilysin and somatostatin go down as we age, which can explain why Alzheimer’s disease usually strikes older people.

The new study focused on treating Alzheimer’s disease in mice by figuring out how somatostatin controls neprilysin levels in the brain. According to first author Naoto Watamura, “the first step in this process was actually the most difficult because we had to develop an in vitro system that could screen for neprilsyin regulators in conditioned medium generated by hippocampal neurons.” Once they accomplished this, they were able to identify ENSA as the regulator. Testing showed that ENSA reduced neprilysin activity and that it rose to abnormally high levels in the brains of mice that lacked somatostatin. This means that somatostatin normally keeps ENSA in check, which in turn keeps neprilsyin levels high, allowing Aβ to be destroyed before it accumulates.

Next the team focused on ENSA in living animals. Using CRISPR technology, they created ENSA knockout mice and then bred them with the Alzheimer’s disease model mice. Aβ accumulation in these new mice was much lower than in the original model mice, indicating that abnormally high levels of ENSA could be an as yet unidentified symptom or biomarker of Alzheimer’s disease. This was confirmed when the researchers detected high level of ENSA in the model mice and in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease.

What exactly is ENSA doing in the brain? Tests showed that ENSA blocks a potassium channel in the hippocampus, a part of the brain needed for making and recalling memories. “Because we got the same results from blocking the KATP channel as we did from the ENSA knockout mice,” says Watamura, “we reasoned that helping the channel stay open would combat the excess ENSA that we observed in Alzheimer’s disease.” To test this theory, the researchers fed the model mice with diazoxide — a drug that activates the KATP channel — and tested their memory. They found that while the untreated Alzheimer’s disease model mice exhibited their characteristically poor memory, the treated model mice performed just as well as normal mice. A look at the brains of the treated mice showed that they lacked the hallmark Aβ plaques.

“Our findings point directly to a potential way of preventing and treating Alzheimer’s disease,” says Watamura. “On top of that, compared with Aβ-targeting immunotherapy, such as the drug aducanumab, which was recently approved by the FDA, synthetic agonists for the KATP channel are less expensive and would be more acceptable to aging societies around the world.”

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" } ["summary"]=> string(779) "Journal Reference: Naoto Watamura, Naomasa Kakiya, Per Nilsson, Satoshi Tsubuki, Naoko Kamano, Mika Takahashi, Shoko Hashimoto, Hiroki Sasaguri, Takashi Saito, Takaomi C. Saido. Somatostatin-evoked Aβ catabolism in the brain: Mechanistic involvement of α-endosulfine-KATP channel pathway. Molecular Psychiatry, 2021; DOI: 10.1038/s41380-021-01368-8 The hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease in the brain is the accumulation of amyloid β peptide ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4377) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Naoto Watamura, Naomasa Kakiya, Per Nilsson, Satoshi Tsubuki, Naoko Kamano, Mika Takahashi, Shoko Hashimoto, Hiroki Sasaguri, Takashi Saito, Takaomi C. Saido. Somatostatin-evoked Aβ catabolism in the brain: Mechanistic involvement of α-endosulfine-KATP channel pathway. Molecular Psychiatry, 2021; DOI: 10.1038/s41380-021-01368-8

The hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease in the brain is the accumulation of amyloid β peptide (Aβ). For years, researchers have been trying to determine how and why this happens. Takaomi Saido and his team at RIKEN CBS have developed a mouse model of the disease that shows both Aβ accumulation and memory deficits similar to what is seen in humans. Using this model mouse, they have already discovered a series of events in the brain that lead to the formation of Aβ plaques. Key among them is reduced levels of the enzyme neprilysin, which itself is caused by reduced levels of the hormone somatostatin. Levels of both neprilysin and somatostatin go down as we age, which can explain why Alzheimer’s disease usually strikes older people.

The new study focused on treating Alzheimer’s disease in mice by figuring out how somatostatin controls neprilysin levels in the brain. According to first author Naoto Watamura, “the first step in this process was actually the most difficult because we had to develop an in vitro system that could screen for neprilsyin regulators in conditioned medium generated by hippocampal neurons.” Once they accomplished this, they were able to identify ENSA as the regulator. Testing showed that ENSA reduced neprilysin activity and that it rose to abnormally high levels in the brains of mice that lacked somatostatin. This means that somatostatin normally keeps ENSA in check, which in turn keeps neprilsyin levels high, allowing Aβ to be destroyed before it accumulates.

Next the team focused on ENSA in living animals. Using CRISPR technology, they created ENSA knockout mice and then bred them with the Alzheimer’s disease model mice. Aβ accumulation in these new mice was much lower than in the original model mice, indicating that abnormally high levels of ENSA could be an as yet unidentified symptom or biomarker of Alzheimer’s disease. This was confirmed when the researchers detected high level of ENSA in the model mice and in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease.

What exactly is ENSA doing in the brain? Tests showed that ENSA blocks a potassium channel in the hippocampus, a part of the brain needed for making and recalling memories. “Because we got the same results from blocking the KATP channel as we did from the ENSA knockout mice,” says Watamura, “we reasoned that helping the channel stay open would combat the excess ENSA that we observed in Alzheimer’s disease.” To test this theory, the researchers fed the model mice with diazoxide — a drug that activates the KATP channel — and tested their memory. They found that while the untreated Alzheimer’s disease model mice exhibited their characteristically poor memory, the treated model mice performed just as well as normal mice. A look at the brains of the treated mice showed that they lacked the hallmark Aβ plaques.

“Our findings point directly to a potential way of preventing and treating Alzheimer’s disease,” says Watamura. “On top of that, compared with Aβ-targeting immunotherapy, such as the drug aducanumab, which was recently approved by the FDA, synthetic agonists for the KATP channel are less expensive and would be more acceptable to aging societies around the world.”

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Potential new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease would be relatively cheap

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638538899) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(58) "Twisting elusive quantum particles with a quantum computer" ["link"]=> string(94) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/twisting-elusive-quantum-particles-with-a-quantum-computer/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 12:24:36 +0000" ["category"]=> string(49) "Health And ScienceelusiveparticlesquantumTwisting" ["guid"]=> string(42) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=7787" ["description"]=> string(589) "Journal Reference: K. J. Satzinger, Y.-J Liu, A. Smith, C. Knapp, M. Newman, C. Jones, Z. Chen, C. Quintana, X. Mi, A. Dunsworth, C. Gidney, I. Aleiner, F. Arute, K. Arya, J. Atalaya, R. Babbush, J. C. Bardin, R. Barends, J. Basso, A. Bengtsson, A. Bilmes, M. Broughton, B. B. Buckley, D. A. Buell, B. ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5235) "

Journal Reference:

  1. K. J. Satzinger, Y.-J Liu, A. Smith, C. Knapp, M. Newman, C. Jones, Z. Chen, C. Quintana, X. Mi, A. Dunsworth, C. Gidney, I. Aleiner, F. Arute, K. Arya, J. Atalaya, R. Babbush, J. C. Bardin, R. Barends, J. Basso, A. Bengtsson, A. Bilmes, M. Broughton, B. B. Buckley, D. A. Buell, B. Burkett, N. Bushnell, B. Chiaro, R. Collins, W. Courtney, S. Demura, A. R. Derk, D. Eppens, C. Erickson, L. Faoro, E. Farhi, A. G. Fowler, B. Foxen, M. Giustina, A. Greene, J. A. Gross, M. P. Harrigan, S. D. Harrington, J. Hilton, S. Hong, T. Huang, W. J. Huggins, L. B. Ioffe, S. V. Isakov, E. Jeffrey, Z. Jiang, D. Kafri, K. Kechedzhi, T. Khattar, S. Kim, P. V. Klimov, A. N. Korotkov, F. Kostritsa, D. Landhuis, P. Laptev, A. Locharla, E. Lucero, O. Martin, J. R. McClean, M. McEwen, K. C. Miao, M. Mohseni, S. Montazeri, W. Mruczkiewicz, J. Mutus, O. Naaman, M. Neeley, C. Neill, M. Y. Niu, T. E. O’Brien, A. Opremcak, B. Pató, A. Petukhov, N. C. Rubin, D. Sank, V. Shvarts, D. Strain, M. Szalay, B. Villalonga, T. C. White, Z. Yao, P. Yeh, J. Yoo, A. Zalcman, H. Neven, S. Boixo, A. Megrant, Y. Chen, J. Kelly, V. Smelyanskiy, A. Kitaev, M. Knap, F. Pollmann, P. Roushan. Realizing topologically ordered states on a quantum processor. Science, 2021; 374 (6572): 1237 DOI: 10.1126/science.abi8378

What would it be like if we lived in a flat two-dimensional world? Physicists predict that quantum mechanics would be even stranger in that case resulting in exotic particles — so-called “anyons” — that cannot exist in the three-dimensional world we live in. This unfamiliar world is not just a curiosity but may be key to unlocking quantum materials and technologies of the future.

In collaboration with the Google Quantum AI team scientists from the Technical University of Munich and the University of Nottingham used a highly controllable quantum processor to simulate such states of quantum matter. Their results appear in the current issue of the scientific journal Science.

Emergent quantum particles in two-dimensional systems

All particles in our universe come in two flavors, bosons or fermions. In the three-dimensional world we live in, this observation stands firm. However, it was theoretically predicted almost 50 years ago that other types of particles, dubbed anyons, could exist when matter is confined to two dimensions.

While these anyons do not appear as elementary particles in our universe, it turns out that anyonic particles can emerge as collective excitations in so-called topological phases of matter, for which the Nobel prize was awarded in 2016.

“Twisting pairs of these anyons by moving them around one another in the simulation unveils their exotic properties — physicists call it braiding statistics,” says Dr. Adam Smith from the University of Nottingham.

A simple picture for these collective excitations is “the wave” in a stadium crowd — it has a well-defined position, but it cannot exist without the thousands of people that make up the crowd. However, realizing and simulating such topologically ordered states experimentally has proven to be extremely challenging.

Quantum processors as a platform for controlled quantum simulations

In landmark experiments, the teams from TUM, Google Quantum AI, and the University of Nottingham programmed Google’s quantum processor to simulate these two-dimensional states of quantum matter. “Google’s quantum processor named ‘Sycamore’ can be precisely controlled and is a well-isolated quantum system, which are key requirements for performing quantum computations,” says Kevin Satzinger, a scientist from the Google team.

The researchers came up with a quantum algorithm to realize a state with topological order, which was confirmed by simulating the creation of anyon excitations and twisting them around one another. Fingerprints from long-range quantum entanglement could be confirmed in their study. As a possible application, such topologically ordered states can be used to improve quantum computers by realizing new ways of error correction. First steps toward this goal have already been achieved in their work.

“Near term quantum processors will represent an ideal platform to explore the physics of exotic quantum phases matter,” says Prof. Frank Pollmann from TUM. “In the near future, quantum processors promise to solve problems that are beyond the reach of current classical supercomputers.”

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Twisting elusive quantum particles with a quantum computer

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Journal Reference:

  1. K. J. Satzinger, Y.-J Liu, A. Smith, C. Knapp, M. Newman, C. Jones, Z. Chen, C. Quintana, X. Mi, A. Dunsworth, C. Gidney, I. Aleiner, F. Arute, K. Arya, J. Atalaya, R. Babbush, J. C. Bardin, R. Barends, J. Basso, A. Bengtsson, A. Bilmes, M. Broughton, B. B. Buckley, D. A. Buell, B. Burkett, N. Bushnell, B. Chiaro, R. Collins, W. Courtney, S. Demura, A. R. Derk, D. Eppens, C. Erickson, L. Faoro, E. Farhi, A. G. Fowler, B. Foxen, M. Giustina, A. Greene, J. A. Gross, M. P. Harrigan, S. D. Harrington, J. Hilton, S. Hong, T. Huang, W. J. Huggins, L. B. Ioffe, S. V. Isakov, E. Jeffrey, Z. Jiang, D. Kafri, K. Kechedzhi, T. Khattar, S. Kim, P. V. Klimov, A. N. Korotkov, F. Kostritsa, D. Landhuis, P. Laptev, A. Locharla, E. Lucero, O. Martin, J. R. McClean, M. McEwen, K. C. Miao, M. Mohseni, S. Montazeri, W. Mruczkiewicz, J. Mutus, O. Naaman, M. Neeley, C. Neill, M. Y. Niu, T. E. O’Brien, A. Opremcak, B. Pató, A. Petukhov, N. C. Rubin, D. Sank, V. Shvarts, D. Strain, M. Szalay, B. Villalonga, T. C. White, Z. Yao, P. Yeh, J. Yoo, A. Zalcman, H. Neven, S. Boixo, A. Megrant, Y. Chen, J. Kelly, V. Smelyanskiy, A. Kitaev, M. Knap, F. Pollmann, P. Roushan. Realizing topologically ordered states on a quantum processor. Science, 2021; 374 (6572): 1237 DOI: 10.1126/science.abi8378

What would it be like if we lived in a flat two-dimensional world? Physicists predict that quantum mechanics would be even stranger in that case resulting in exotic particles — so-called “anyons” — that cannot exist in the three-dimensional world we live in. This unfamiliar world is not just a curiosity but may be key to unlocking quantum materials and technologies of the future.

In collaboration with the Google Quantum AI team scientists from the Technical University of Munich and the University of Nottingham used a highly controllable quantum processor to simulate such states of quantum matter. Their results appear in the current issue of the scientific journal Science.

Emergent quantum particles in two-dimensional systems

All particles in our universe come in two flavors, bosons or fermions. In the three-dimensional world we live in, this observation stands firm. However, it was theoretically predicted almost 50 years ago that other types of particles, dubbed anyons, could exist when matter is confined to two dimensions.

While these anyons do not appear as elementary particles in our universe, it turns out that anyonic particles can emerge as collective excitations in so-called topological phases of matter, for which the Nobel prize was awarded in 2016.

“Twisting pairs of these anyons by moving them around one another in the simulation unveils their exotic properties — physicists call it braiding statistics,” says Dr. Adam Smith from the University of Nottingham.

A simple picture for these collective excitations is “the wave” in a stadium crowd — it has a well-defined position, but it cannot exist without the thousands of people that make up the crowd. However, realizing and simulating such topologically ordered states experimentally has proven to be extremely challenging.

Quantum processors as a platform for controlled quantum simulations

In landmark experiments, the teams from TUM, Google Quantum AI, and the University of Nottingham programmed Google’s quantum processor to simulate these two-dimensional states of quantum matter. “Google’s quantum processor named ‘Sycamore’ can be precisely controlled and is a well-isolated quantum system, which are key requirements for performing quantum computations,” says Kevin Satzinger, a scientist from the Google team.

The researchers came up with a quantum algorithm to realize a state with topological order, which was confirmed by simulating the creation of anyon excitations and twisting them around one another. Fingerprints from long-range quantum entanglement could be confirmed in their study. As a possible application, such topologically ordered states can be used to improve quantum computers by realizing new ways of error correction. First steps toward this goal have already been achieved in their work.

“Near term quantum processors will represent an ideal platform to explore the physics of exotic quantum phases matter,” says Prof. Frank Pollmann from TUM. “In the near future, quantum processors promise to solve problems that are beyond the reach of current classical supercomputers.”

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Twisting elusive quantum particles with a quantum computer

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638534276) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(76) "Rosamund Pike, from Bond girl to fantastic muse with ‘The Wheel of Time’" ["link"]=> string(105) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/rosamund-pike-from-bond-girl-to-fantastic-muse-with-the-wheel-of-time/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Sally Scully" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 11:20:58 +0000" ["category"]=> string(51) "CelebrityBondfantasticgirlmusePikeRosamundtimeWheel" ["guid"]=> string(42) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=7783" ["description"]=> string(645) "Rosamund Pike’s career is a rarity. His name appeared for the first time in the credit titles of a film to the sound of Madonna’s music. It was in Die another day, the James Bond movie with Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry and Judi Dench. She was only 23 years old when the label of Bond ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(15520) "

Rosamund Pike’s career is a rarity. His name appeared for the first time in the credit titles of a film to the sound of Madonna’s music. It was in Die another day, the James Bond movie with Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry and Judi Dench. She was only 23 years old when the label of Bond girl was placed with the character of Miranda Frost, angelic in appearance but who betrayed agent 007. From there she did not go directly to stardom but to a career marked by perseverance, the applause of the critics and little interest in the commercial success, at least so far, that tops the series The wheel of time for Amazon Prime Video.

His face at the helm of the production is an incentive for moviegoers to give this adaptation of Robert Jordan’s fantasy novels a chance. With two decades behind him in the world of acting, Pike is the guarantee of a solid interpretation that has earned him an Oscar nomination for Lost by David Fincher and an Emmy for Best Actress in a Short Form for State of the Union. Her character also has the potential to make her a muse of fantasy.

Film debut

She was only 23 when she tagged herself as ‘(bad) Bond girl’ in ‘Die Another Day’ with Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry and Judi Dench.


In The Wheel of Time, which premieres a new episode every Friday on Amazon Prime Video, she is Moiraine Damodred of the Aes Sedai, a community of women who can channel the One Power. Wow, he has powers. He also has a mission: to find the Dragon Reborn, the person capable of defeating the Dark One and preventing the planet from falling into the hands of the Trollocs (beings that are like orcs). This is how he embarks on an adventure with the four young men who could be this messianic figure in a world where there are magic, prophecies and destinies that are worth challenging.

The English actress said she was not looking to enter the lucrative world of television where her biggest commitment had been State of the Union with 10-minute episodes and focused on bar conversations between a marriage in crisis. But he was struck by entering the world of Robert Jordan because, as he said in the Entertainment Weekly, the writer “created this world where power had been shared by men and women alike, but had been abused and corrupted by men.” This explains why they still have power and they don’t. He found it stimulating and allegorical.

In ‘The Wheel of Time’ she is Moiraine Damodred of the Aes Sedai, a community of women who can channel the One Power

Amazon Prime Video

The role of Moiraine has placed Rosamund Pike at the center of the conversation precisely when her career had been based on a kind of popular anonymity: she was recognized enough to attract the eyes of critics and moviegoers but anonymous enough to surprise. the viewer with the characters and fight against the expectations they may have. This conception of Pike could be seen in his choice by Lost: David Fincher wanted her precisely because she was not mainstream.

She had been Keira Knightley’s sister in Pride and Prejudice (2005), where he began a romantic relationship behind the cameras with director Joe Wright. He proposed to her on Lake Como (Italy) in 2007 but broke up with her shortly before the wedding in 2008. He was in Perfect Crime (2007) alongside Ryan Gosling and Anthony Hopkins. It had also been secondary in An Education (2009) with Carey Mulligan, a work that would be nominated for an Oscar for best picture. At that time she was already dating businessman Robie Uniacke, 18 years her senior, and with whom she has had two children (Solo and Atom).

From 'Pride and Prejudice' she began dating director Joe Wright, with whom she was from 2005 to 2008.

From ‘Pride and Prejudice’ she began dating director Joe Wright, with whom she was from 2005 to 2008.

Other sources

He had shared scenes with Rowan Atkinson in the sequel to Johnny English (2011) and with Tom Cruise in Jack Reacher (2012). He had also confirmed his gift for comedy in The wold’s end (2013) by the renowned Edgar Wright and in Our last summer in Scotland (2014) with David Tennant. But, even after all this work, the industry saw her as a little-known face, without an imaginary built around her. Perhaps it prevented him from being a star but it allowed him to be an acting chameleon, as happened with Lost, where she had one of the best performances of this century as Amy Dunne, a missing woman.

The role in theory had to go to Reese Witherspoon. At the time, the actress was not yet the big-name producer she has become but it was in the works. He had acquired the rights through his Pacific Standard production company to two novels that he had devoured, Wild soul de Cheryl Strayed y Lost by Gillian Flynn. If Hollywood did not offer her female characters with substance and conflicts that went beyond the pizpireta girl or “woman of”, she was going to produce the projects that stimulated her.

His Oscar nomination

Reese Witherspoon bought the rights to the movie ‘Lost’ but was told by director David Fincher that he didn’t see her in the role; that’s how it ended up in the hands of Pike

The role of Rosamund Pike in 'Lost' alongside Ben Affleck is one that is not forgotten.

The role of Rosamund Pike in ‘Lost’ alongside Ben Affleck is one that is not forgotten.

Pacific Standard

But, after hiring Gillian Flynn herself and convincing David Fincher, the director gave her bad news: he did not see her in the main role. She herself recognized it in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. As long as the reasons were not stated, it is not difficult to understand them: she was too famous and that fame could predispose the public to intuit the plot of a film that based part of its appeal on the surprise factor. Thus ended the role in the hands of Pike, who was nominated for an Oscar although she lost to Julianne Moore for Still Alice (Witherspoon, curiously, was also nominated for Wild soul).

And, after a prestigious 2018 with Beirut, Entebbe and A private war, which earned her her second Golden Globe nomination for portraying journalist Marie Colvin, in 2020 she returned to the awards circuit with I care a lot, where her relentless character (a woman who preys on the elderly) earned her the Golden Globe for best actress in a comedy. In other words, your arrival at The wheel of time coincides with a very good professional moment.

At the moment, the audience seems to be on the side of the project. According to Amazon Prime Video, which allocated $ 80 million to the production of the eight episodes of the first season, the fantastic series is one of the five most successful series that have been launched in the history of the service (exact figures are never offered) and it has been especially seen in the United States, India, Brazil, Canada, France or Germany. The second season, moreover, has already been confirmed.

For Rosamund Pike, it is over with being an open secret, an actress with a good reputation and projects applauded by the media. Now is your time to go mainstream. What he didn’t get with James Bond or Jack Reacher, he does by riding through the fantastic Western Lands created by Robert Jordan.

What you didn't get with James Bond or Jack Reacher, you get riding through the fantastic Western Lands

What you didn’t get with James Bond or Jack Reacher, you get riding through the fantastic Western Lands

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Rosamund Pike, from Bond girl to fantastic muse with ‘The Wheel of Time’

" } ["summary"]=> string(645) "Rosamund Pike’s career is a rarity. His name appeared for the first time in the credit titles of a film to the sound of Madonna’s music. It was in Die another day, the James Bond movie with Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry and Judi Dench. She was only 23 years old when the label of Bond ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(15520) "

Rosamund Pike’s career is a rarity. His name appeared for the first time in the credit titles of a film to the sound of Madonna’s music. It was in Die another day, the James Bond movie with Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry and Judi Dench. She was only 23 years old when the label of Bond girl was placed with the character of Miranda Frost, angelic in appearance but who betrayed agent 007. From there she did not go directly to stardom but to a career marked by perseverance, the applause of the critics and little interest in the commercial success, at least so far, that tops the series The wheel of time for Amazon Prime Video.

His face at the helm of the production is an incentive for moviegoers to give this adaptation of Robert Jordan’s fantasy novels a chance. With two decades behind him in the world of acting, Pike is the guarantee of a solid interpretation that has earned him an Oscar nomination for Lost by David Fincher and an Emmy for Best Actress in a Short Form for State of the Union. Her character also has the potential to make her a muse of fantasy.

Film debut

She was only 23 when she tagged herself as ‘(bad) Bond girl’ in ‘Die Another Day’ with Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry and Judi Dench.


In The Wheel of Time, which premieres a new episode every Friday on Amazon Prime Video, she is Moiraine Damodred of the Aes Sedai, a community of women who can channel the One Power. Wow, he has powers. He also has a mission: to find the Dragon Reborn, the person capable of defeating the Dark One and preventing the planet from falling into the hands of the Trollocs (beings that are like orcs). This is how he embarks on an adventure with the four young men who could be this messianic figure in a world where there are magic, prophecies and destinies that are worth challenging.

The English actress said she was not looking to enter the lucrative world of television where her biggest commitment had been State of the Union with 10-minute episodes and focused on bar conversations between a marriage in crisis. But he was struck by entering the world of Robert Jordan because, as he said in the Entertainment Weekly, the writer “created this world where power had been shared by men and women alike, but had been abused and corrupted by men.” This explains why they still have power and they don’t. He found it stimulating and allegorical.

In ‘The Wheel of Time’ she is Moiraine Damodred of the Aes Sedai, a community of women who can channel the One Power

Amazon Prime Video

The role of Moiraine has placed Rosamund Pike at the center of the conversation precisely when her career had been based on a kind of popular anonymity: she was recognized enough to attract the eyes of critics and moviegoers but anonymous enough to surprise. the viewer with the characters and fight against the expectations they may have. This conception of Pike could be seen in his choice by Lost: David Fincher wanted her precisely because she was not mainstream.

She had been Keira Knightley’s sister in Pride and Prejudice (2005), where he began a romantic relationship behind the cameras with director Joe Wright. He proposed to her on Lake Como (Italy) in 2007 but broke up with her shortly before the wedding in 2008. He was in Perfect Crime (2007) alongside Ryan Gosling and Anthony Hopkins. It had also been secondary in An Education (2009) with Carey Mulligan, a work that would be nominated for an Oscar for best picture. At that time she was already dating businessman Robie Uniacke, 18 years her senior, and with whom she has had two children (Solo and Atom).

From 'Pride and Prejudice' she began dating director Joe Wright, with whom she was from 2005 to 2008.

From ‘Pride and Prejudice’ she began dating director Joe Wright, with whom she was from 2005 to 2008.

Other sources

He had shared scenes with Rowan Atkinson in the sequel to Johnny English (2011) and with Tom Cruise in Jack Reacher (2012). He had also confirmed his gift for comedy in The wold’s end (2013) by the renowned Edgar Wright and in Our last summer in Scotland (2014) with David Tennant. But, even after all this work, the industry saw her as a little-known face, without an imaginary built around her. Perhaps it prevented him from being a star but it allowed him to be an acting chameleon, as happened with Lost, where she had one of the best performances of this century as Amy Dunne, a missing woman.

The role in theory had to go to Reese Witherspoon. At the time, the actress was not yet the big-name producer she has become but it was in the works. He had acquired the rights through his Pacific Standard production company to two novels that he had devoured, Wild soul de Cheryl Strayed y Lost by Gillian Flynn. If Hollywood did not offer her female characters with substance and conflicts that went beyond the pizpireta girl or “woman of”, she was going to produce the projects that stimulated her.

His Oscar nomination

Reese Witherspoon bought the rights to the movie ‘Lost’ but was told by director David Fincher that he didn’t see her in the role; that’s how it ended up in the hands of Pike

The role of Rosamund Pike in 'Lost' alongside Ben Affleck is one that is not forgotten.

The role of Rosamund Pike in ‘Lost’ alongside Ben Affleck is one that is not forgotten.

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But, after hiring Gillian Flynn herself and convincing David Fincher, the director gave her bad news: he did not see her in the main role. She herself recognized it in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. As long as the reasons were not stated, it is not difficult to understand them: she was too famous and that fame could predispose the public to intuit the plot of a film that based part of its appeal on the surprise factor. Thus ended the role in the hands of Pike, who was nominated for an Oscar although she lost to Julianne Moore for Still Alice (Witherspoon, curiously, was also nominated for Wild soul).

And, after a prestigious 2018 with Beirut, Entebbe and A private war, which earned her her second Golden Globe nomination for portraying journalist Marie Colvin, in 2020 she returned to the awards circuit with I care a lot, where her relentless character (a woman who preys on the elderly) earned her the Golden Globe for best actress in a comedy. In other words, your arrival at The wheel of time coincides with a very good professional moment.

At the moment, the audience seems to be on the side of the project. According to Amazon Prime Video, which allocated $ 80 million to the production of the eight episodes of the first season, the fantastic series is one of the five most successful series that have been launched in the history of the service (exact figures are never offered) and it has been especially seen in the United States, India, Brazil, Canada, France or Germany. The second season, moreover, has already been confirmed.

For Rosamund Pike, it is over with being an open secret, an actress with a good reputation and projects applauded by the media. Now is your time to go mainstream. What he didn’t get with James Bond or Jack Reacher, he does by riding through the fantastic Western Lands created by Robert Jordan.

What you didn't get with James Bond or Jack Reacher, you get riding through the fantastic Western Lands

What you didn’t get with James Bond or Jack Reacher, you get riding through the fantastic Western Lands

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Rosamund Pike, from Bond girl to fantastic muse with ‘The Wheel of Time’

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