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first_imgBEIJING (AP):At the first news conference following his election as IAAF president, Sebastian Coe recounted a tale from his long and arduous campaign trail that summed up his single-minded pursuit of the top job in track and field.The 58-year-old Coe, a two-time Olympic gold medallist and an instrumental figure in London’s successful bid for and staging of the 2012 Olympics, thanked his support team for a “Herculean” effort as he crisscrossed the globe securing votes from IAAF members in the nearest and most far-flung federations.”On the plane coming over here, three of them were asleep before the wheels left the tarmac,” he said, recalling the trip to Beijing ahead of yesterday’s IAAF congress and elections. A flight attendant remarked that the team seemed relaxed, but Coe quickly countered that they were absolutely exhausted and explained: “We’ve done 700,000 kilometres since Christmas.””She said ‘Actually, that’s quite dangerous.'”Whatever it takes to win.Coe received 115 votes in the poll, 23 more than rival candidate and Ukrainian pole vault great, Sergey Bubka, who later retained his position as an IAAF vice-president. The former Conservative Party lawmaker and head of the British Olympic Association will officially take over as IAAF president after the World Championships conclude at the end of August, replacing 82-year-old Lamine Diack of Senegal.”As your president, I will represent athletics in the Olympic movement. Not the Olympic movement in athletics,” Coe said in his final pitch to delegates in Beijing yesterday. His “declaration of war” statement against recent media reports of alleged mishandling of blood samples in the sport underscored his absolute commitment to the federation, he reminded them.”As you’ve seen in recent weeks, I’m standing in your corner. Your fight is my fight.”Coe forged a never-give-up reputation by winning the 1,500m Olympic titles at Moscow in 1980 and Los Angeles in 1984 during a renowned period for middle-distance running. He also set eight outdoor and three indoor world records, including three in a 41-day stretch during 1979. He applied his competitive instinct from the track into a post-competition career that led him into British politics, big business and international sports administration.Long journey”It has been a long journey – I joined an athletic club when I was 11,” he said. “I had the joys of being an Olympian … but this for me is the pinnacle.”It’s my sport, my passion. It’s the thing I’ve always wanted to do.”Coe vowed to devote himself full-time to the IAAF job, saying: “I have too great an affection for this federation not to be doing that.”But that involves merging those responsibilities with his existing roles which also include being a member of the IOC Coordination Commission for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, being executive chairman of CSM Sport and Entertainment and a global adviser to Nike.”How I combine that is something that I’ve always managed. My life has always been fairly complicated and very busy,” said Coe, a twice-married father of four who also undertook an exhaustive campaign to help London win the rights for the Olympics.”I have a team dedicated to make sure that works. Anything I have to do to accommodate around the presidency of the federation, I will do.”First on the agenda for Coe is dealing with the latest doping controversy swirling around track and field, following reports in the German and British media that cited leaked test results from a 2011 study in an IAAF database and asserted that blood doping was rife in the sport.Coe said he needed to discuss with his council the process for having a fully independent anti-doping tribunal established before releasing any details.”It’s very important,” Coe said of the biggest issue confronting him. “But … I don’t want the thought that trust and integrity is only something that’s rooted in our challenges around doping in sport or doping in track and field. There is a universal problem for that in sport. We’ve been in a lead role for as long as I’ve been in the sport.”That’s something I will very happily defend.”last_img read more

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first_imgBishop BoyceThe Cathedral of Saints Eunan and Columba, Letterkenny was filled to Capacity last night to celebrate Bishop Philip Boyce’s OCD Golden Jubilee of Priesthood.There was unprecedented number of Priests in attendance – 76!In attendance also was Bishop of Derry Donal McKeown and former Bishop of Raphoe and Derry, Kilcar native Dr. Seamus Hegarty. Holy Mass was offered in thanksgiving to God. Canon Austin Lavery P.P Ardara gave the Homily.Canon Laverty also gave the Homily at the Bishops inaguaration Mass on October 1st 1995.After Holy Mass, there was refreshments in the Loretto Convent where well wishers greeted Bishop Boyce (76) who is awaiting his resignation to be accepted which was mandatory handed in at 75.Bishop Boyce, a native of Downings and a fluent Irish speaker, was ordained a Carmelite Priest on April 17, 1966 in Rome. He was then a Professor of Theology and was surprisingly to him appointed Bishop of Raphoe in 1995.In His Homily, Canon Laverty spoke about Bishop Boyce’s Humility and Holiness.He acknowledged that Bishop Boyce took over at a very difficult period for the Church with the abuse scandals something Bishop Boyce was deeply hurt and Bishop Boyce was very dedicated to putting a strong Child Safety Guarding policy in place. TRIBUTES TO BISHOP BOYCE AS CLERGY COME OUT TO SAY ‘THANK YOU’ was last modified: April 19th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgRoyal Flush Draw results for the weekend of 09/10/2012 were 2, 4, 10 & 18. There was no winner, the jackpot now stands at €5340. Consolation prizes went to Damien McCallig, Ciara Furey & Orla McGonagle.. Bingo in the GAA Clubhouse, Dunkineely on Friday night at 9pm. Prize money of €1170 paid out. Three of the panels are €100, €150 & €200. Many thanks to all who support our weekly bingo and royal flush draws. The 25 card drive continues on Thursday at 8.30pm in Mary Murrin’s Bar. This Thursday sees the return of the club’s “25 card drive” in Mary Murrin’s Bar. After last years successes it will be run once again over the winter months, all who attend seem to enjoy it very much and newcomers are always very welcome, the game is a great way to pass an evening. It commences at it’s usual time of 8:30.pm. Both teams were in action over the weekend at home to Convoy in what was their last home games of the season. Unfortunately both side inflicted the same defeats, the two teams losing out by a single point in both. The annual Donegal GAA Yearbook is currently beginning production, with this years format being slightly different, as always the club have a section for themselves. If anyone has photo’s/reports etc please do not hesitate to forward them on to the PRO’s email address, pro.naomhultandunkinneely.donegal@gaa.ie.GAA NEWS: NAOMH ULTAN CLUB NOTES was last modified: October 8th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Naomh Ultan Club Noteslast_img read more

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first_imgCHICAGO – The jukebox at the bar Brian Toro manages isn’t gathering dust just yet – but it may only be a matter of time. The popular nightspot is among a growing number of places across the country where people can bring their iPods and other portable music players and, for as long as the bartender allows, share their personal favorites with the crowd. “Everybody wants to be a DJ,” says Toro, a 29-year-old Californian who recently moved to Chicago and now manages Bar Louie in the city’s Gold Coast neighborhood. “People enjoy having a little control in their lives.” Even Toro now brings in his music player so he can crank up rock and punk tunes for customers. He’ll also let others play just about anything – “even if it’s country” – as long as the music is upbeat. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals The trend, which is catching on from Washington, D.C., to San Pedro, is a reflection of just how portable music has become – and how sharing it with others is becoming easier than ever, partly due to new products aimed at amateur DJs. Numark Industries, for instance, is out with a mixing device that allows users with two iPods to segue one song into the next. It’s fairly basic stuff – and not something necessarily aimed at professional DJs. Some professional DJs say they’re waiting for technology that would enable them to perform on a single portable player all the creative mixing and “scratching” they do with vinyl albums. Already, many do so using software and a laptop, or larger MP3/CD player consoles made by such companies as Denon. But in the era of rapidly shrinking electronics, people want their gear as portable and lightweight as possible. For amateurs, a basic iPod or other small portable player – and a simple hookup into a bar’s sound system – suffices. That’s how it works at the Common Ground Bar and Grill in the Allston section of Boston, where amateurs can sign up to play 15-minute sets during “mp3j night” every Wednesday. Depending on the crowd, it might be a “chill night,” with customers playing mellow jazz or obscure electronica, says Shannon Bullard, a 22-year-old Emerson College student who can often be found at the bar with her iPod. Other times, someone might be inspired, as her boyfriend was recently, to play a high-powered rock mix with everything from Bon Jovi to Journey. “I’ve been here some nights when people dance. It’s always something different,” says Bullard, who also heard the crowd groan one night when someone played a cheesy remake of a popular tune by The Smiths. “It’s still one of those things where if you play the latest song, you’re cool – and in the know,” she says. Experts who track technology trends say they’re not surprised people are sharing more music in public. “It’s the same thing as sharing a hot new 45 or tape or CD,” says Susan Barnes, associate director of the Lab for Social Computing at Rochester Institute of Technology in upstate New York. She also sees it as more proof that – while some have accused a new wave of music listeners of shutting out the world with their headphones – technology is actually encouraging people to socialize. “All this stuff is set up for people to meet other people – not isolate,” Barnes says. John von Seggern, a laptop DJ and producer in Los Angeles, also sees DJing as part of an overall movement toward decentralizing control of many forms of media – whether it be through podcasting, blogging or musicians and authors offering their work direct for downloading on the Internet. And that, he says, creates even more need for self-appointed reviewers and content editors – DJs included. “It becomes more and more of an art form to select out what is good – because a lot of what’s out there is not good,” says von Seggern, author of the book “Laptop Music Power: The Comprehensive Guide.” Often, it’s not about the technology, professionals say. “You can have the fanciest gadgets and gizmos, but if you don’t get your crowd, there will still be nobody on the dance floor,” says Patrick Kowalczyk, a 37-year-old New Yorker who works in public relations and DJs during his off hours. But, while they’re waiting for technology that will make iPods and other small MP3 players even more useful on the club scene, he and many other DJs already see some advantages to carrying one along. “It’s much lighter than hauling around vinyl,” says Kendra Borowski, a 26-year-old New Yorker who got an iPod 10 months ago and now uses it at her DJing gigs at bars and nightclubs. She’s also gotten a kick out of impressing friends by using an adapter with a built-in FM transmitter to play tunes from her personal library on cab radios as they ride through the city. Portable players also provide an easy way for professionals to expand their musical library in a pinch. Kenny Ulansey, who leads a self-titled ensemble in the Philadelphia area, finds it handy to use a player to supplement the songs his band performs at weddings, as well as bat and bar mitzvahs for Jewish teens. “We’d go bonkers learning too many awful songs,” the 53-year-old sax player says, referring to requests they get from the younger crowd for alternative rock, hip-hop songs “or the latest teeny-bop sensation.” In that regard, he calls his portable music player “a savior.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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first_imgStar Wars fever is descending on Malin Head today as the inaugural ‘May The Fourth Be With You’ festival gets underway tonight.The event – funded by Failte Ireland and organised by Explore Inishowen CLG – will celebrate the filming of Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi, in the peninsula.Marketing officer with Explore Inishowen CLG, Jack Murray, said the event is already proving extremely popular as there’s a wide range of activities for young and old to enjoy.  Commenting on the programme, Mr Murray said: “We are extremely excited that our festival is now getting underway. The first event, a Star Wars quiz in Farren’s Bar, Malin Head, is on at 7pm tonight. It promises to be a bit of craic with plenty of surprises in store!“Throughout the weekend we will also have plenty more to enjoy with the highlight being our drive-in film showings in Malin Town.  On Saturday night, the film will be followed by a spectacular fireworks display set to a filmed playing Star Wars theme music. That will be open for everyone to view.“There will also be Ahch-To Way tours in Malin Head so fans can immerse themselves in the Star Wars universe and hear the story of how the filming took place. “Visitors can also go kayaking along our dramatic shoreline with Inish Adventures while Swilly Tours will run boat trips from Buncrana pier.“On Saturday, participants can start our Selfie Hunt in any of three locations in the peninsula – Inishowen Tourist Office in Buncrana, Foyle Hotel in Moville and Malin Head Community Centre.”He continued: “There they’ll be given a list of ‘targets’ to get selfies with. These could be Star Wars characters, local personalities or well-known landmarks.“We’ll also have a Star Wars character fun run in Tullagh, Clonmany, blaster tag in Malin Head and a Jedi Cadet Academy for young kids and much, much more.“Anyone who wants to find out more information should visit www.maythefourthbewithyoufestival.com or check Star Wars Festival, Malin Head on Facebook.”‘May The Fourth Be With You’ Festival kicks off in Inishowen tonight was last modified: May 4th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgThe Minister for Education and Skills Joe McHugh has announced 19 schools and early years centres have been selected for a new project to promote the teaching of Irish.The three year Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) pilot will see PE and other subjects taught to children across different age groups through Irish.Two Donegal schools are among the nineteen chosen for the scheme. Minister McHugh said: “I am delighted that this exciting project is underway. The standard and enthusiasm evident in many of the applications meant that we could arrange a pilot that is bigger than originally envisaged.“Our talented teachers have seized this opportunity to help promote the language in a novel way. We will have a lot to learn from the project over the course of the next three years and it will improve all the time. I am confident that by introducing Irish across different subjects in schools then we will make it more relevant and help young people connect with it in a new and better way.”The following schools and early years centres have been selected for the initial phase of the pilot project:Early Years: Teach Abhaile pre-school, Ennis, Co. ClareMounthawk Montessori, Tralee, Co. KerryHigh Hopes Montessori, Harolds Cross, DublinRoots and Wings, Donabate, Co. DublinFairytales day care, Milford, Co. Donegal, Teach Leanabh, Ballinaspittle, Co. Longford.Primary: Holy Family Senior NS, Ennis, Co. ClareSt. Olivers NS, Killarney, Co. Kerry St. Mary’s NS, Donnybrook, Dublin 4Scoil Réalt na Mara, Skerries, Co. DublinSN Naomh Colmcille, Kilmacrennan, Co. DonegalSt. Colmcille’s SNS, Kells, Co. MeathSt. Comán’s Wood PS, RoscommonThe schools were selected on the basis of the criteria set out in the application process including the size of the school, location to support clustering and ongoing engagement between school and experience of using CLIL.The first year of the project will help to inform the Department on the development of the CLIL programme including CPD, assessment and resources.The Department’s CLIL project team will assess each of the settings and schools participating in the pilot to identify its level of preparedness for the project and what further supports they will need.Under CLIL, the theme of “communicating” will be taught through Irish in early years settings. In the primary and post-primary schools three subjects will be taught through Irish including PE. The other two subjects have yet to be finalised but may include Visual Arts, Maths, Science, Business, Geography, SPHE or CSPE.The Department’s CLIL project team will use information from the schools to outline the weekly contact time children in the selected settings and schools will learn Irish through CLIL. Some subjects may be taken through Irish for a full class or part of a class, every day or once a week.A range of ages will be involved in the pilot. At early years  stage it will involve children in years 1 and/or 2 of the ECCE programme. In primary it will be junior and senior infants and pupils in 5th and 6th classes. In post-primary it will be 1st years.  This will inform the benefits for transition between early years to primary and from primary to post-primary.Minister McHugh added: “I hope that the schools not selected for this first year development phase will continue to use the CLIL approach in the hope they can be included in the three-year project in future years.“The project lives up to our commitment to the 20 Year Strategy for the Irish Language, and the 5 year Action Plan that I launched as Minister of State. I want to see initiatives like this grow and develop to sustain the language and to help schools to instil a love and familiarity with the language in the next generation.”Two Donegal schools selected to participate in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) Pilot project was last modified: November 8th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgSan Francisco 49ers defensive tackle DeForest Buckner and his wife, Ashlyn, joined the 700 students of San Jose’s LeyVa Middle School on Friday for National No One Eats Alone Day. The event encourages students to get to know classmates they don’t know well and engage any students they spot sitting alone. Laura Talmus of the Bay Area nonprofit called Beyond Differences co-founded the program in 2011 when her daughter was suffering from social isolation in middle school. Since then the event has …last_img read more

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first_imgALAMEDA — Trevor Davis is coming back home.Davis, a wide receiver and return specialist who played in high school at Alhambra High in Martinez and finished his college career at Cal, was acquired by the Raiders from the Green Bay Packers Wednesday for a sixth-round draft pick.The trade was first reported by the NFL Network and confirmed by the Bay Area News Group.Included among injuries at wide receiver is Dwayne Harris, a veteran who returns both punts and kickoffs. Before the Davis deal …last_img read more

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first_imgAsian honeybees and European honeybees went their separate ways millions of years ago, say evolutionists.  Why, then, were Asian bees able to readily learn the European language?  An international team watched this happen.  They ran some affirmative-action integration experiments on the two species, and reported their results today in PLoS One.1    “The honeybee waggle dance, through which foragers advertise the existence and location of a food source to their hive mates, is acknowledged as the only known form of symbolic communication in an invertebrate,” they said.  It was known that some families of European honeybees speak slightly different dialects of the dance.  The evolutionary divergence of dialects should have been extreme for honeybees halfway around the world, but learning how to do as the Romans do was no problem.  “When reared in the same colony, these two species are able to communicate with each other,” they found, and readily learned how to locate food according to the waggle-dance clues about direction, distance and quality of the food source.    The scientists were surprised by the results.  “While the subspecies of Apis mellifera [the European bees] may have diverged around 0.67 million years ago, our study confirms that the ability to use the information encoded in an unfamiliar dance extends even across species separated by six to eight million years of evolution,” they said.  They watched with astonishment as the Asian bees quickly picked up on the language of their new European hosts.    How does this observation fit with evolution?  “These results highlight the highly conserved [i.e., unevolved] nature of not only the dance itself, but also the mechanisms by which the dance is interpreted by follower bees.”  Those mechanisms include behaviors, learning abilities, and the production of chemical signals.  Amazed, the authors left evolutionary explanations to future researchers:We now know that honeybees have a variety of impressive cognitive skills and an amazing learning ability.  Owing to the small brain size of the subjects, the study of honeybee learning has a good tradition of deconstructing seemingly complex phenomena, and explaining them in terms of simple processes.  This provides an ideal perspective to study the mechanisms of social learning, too.  The mixed-species colonies of Acc [Asian] and Aml [European] have paved a new way to study communication and learning between individuals of different species, which will be helpful in understanding the neural mechanisms of the striking dance language of honeybees.Live Science reported the story, but did not attempt to explain the evolutionary conundrum that these bees were supposedly separated for 30-60 million years but could still communicate.1.  Su, Cai, Si, Zhang, Tautz and Chen, “East Learns from West: Asiatic Honeybees Can Understand Dance Language of European Honeybees,” Public Library of Science One, 3(6): e2365. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0002365.Wouldn’t a simpler and more economical explanation be that these species were not separated by millions of years?  Why is that never considered?  Why this insistence on “conserved” traits over millions of years of a fluid process like evolution?  You’d almost think scientists are deaf sometimes.  They dance, and they waggle, they wiggle and they waffle, but they communicate little.  Their followers thus fly off in all directions except the one that can provide nourishment.(Visited 10 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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first_imgHere are more glimpses at the power under the hood: human capabilities recently discovered by researchers.Faster than the blink of an eye:  You can recognize an image in as little as 13 milliseconds, Medical Xpress reported:Imagine seeing a dozen pictures flash by in a fraction of a second. You might think it would be impossible to identify any images you see for such a short time. However, a team of neuroscientists from MIT has found that the human brain can process entire images that the eye sees for as little as 13 milliseconds—the first evidence of such rapid processing speed….“This didn’t really fit with the scientific literature we were familiar with, or with some common assumptions my colleagues and I have had for what you can see,” [Mary] Potter says.Automatic probiotic:  A paper in Nature says that “the gut microbiome can rapidly respond to altered diet, potentially facilitating the diversity of human dietary lifestyles.”  Switch from animal to vegetable diet or back, and the partners in your gut adjust within a couple of days, ready to help you digest the new material.  “Remarkably, the plant- and animal-based diets also elicited transcriptional responses that were consistent with known differences in gene abundance between the gut microbiomes of herbivorous and carnivorous mammals,” the authors said.Swiss Army bacterium:  A gut microbe that acts like a “Swiss Army knife” to aid digestion is described by Science Daily.  “Researchers have discovered the genetic machinery that turns a common gut bacterium into the Swiss Army knife of the digestive tract — helping us metabolize a main component of dietary fiber from the cell walls of fruits and vegetables.”Thymus backups:  The main thymus gland lies behind the breastbone, where it manufactures T-cells for the immune system.   “But scientists were surprised several years ago when two teams of researchers discovered that both mice and humans have extra thymus-like glands distributed throughout their necks,” an article on Medical Xpress says.  This is a mystery waiting to be solved.  Some of them seem to start as thymus cells, but turn into parathyroid glands.Senior moments:  The reason many elderly appear to forget things is not because they are going dumb, but because they have stored so much information over their many years of experience it just takes a little longer to search through it all.  That’s the gist of a new study reported on Science Daily.  The “elderly know more; use it better,” the article is titled.  Seniors can take heart they do not face a “cognitive decline” as they age.  “Forget about forgetting,” explained Tübingen researcher Peter Hendrix, “if I wanted to get the computer to look like an older adult, I had to keep all the words it learned in memory and let them compete for attention.”Skin scaffold:  Stem cells in the skin act as a framework that helps keep the skin intact.  Science Daily reports, “interactions between skin stem cells — the cells responsible for the constant renewal of skin — maintain the architecture of this organ,” the largest organ of the human body and the first line of defense against pathogens, UV light and chemicals.  “We have seen for the first time that skin stem-cell microtubules connect with cell-cell junctions to form velcro-like structures that hold the cells together,” the study author said.Why the Y?  Contrary to earlier claims, the Y chromosome is not devolving out of existence.  Even though Science Magazine repeated the recent finding that only two genes are required to prepare fertile sperm (11/27/13), PhysOrg reported that “A comparison of Y chromosomes in eight African and eight European men dispels the common notion that the Y’s genes are mostly unimportant and that the chromosome is destined to dwindle and disappear.”  The study shows that the genes on the Y chromosome (more than just the ones for gamete formation) are being maintained, indicating that “the human Y is going to stick around for a long while”.Swimming pool: Live Science reported on new findings about seminal fluid.  It’s more than just a “swimming pool” for sperm cells.  It actually transmits information necessary for stimulation of the female system, the development of the embryo. and the health of the offspring.  That’s what scientists found during experiments on male mice whose seminal vesicle glands were removed, but it’s probably true of other mammals.  This adds to growing evidence that the male contributes more to the reproductive process than DNA.  Seminal fluid plays “an essential role in the preservation of sperm function, and in the stimulation of the female reproductive tract,” the article states.  The original paper is in PNAS.Why is it that findings about the body always show more complexity, more design, and more integrated efficiency, instead of wasteful happenstance like Darwin expected?  Every time evolutionists claim that something (like the Y chromosome) is a useless leftover or poorly-designed thing going nowhere, subsequent findings prove them wrong.  Intelligent design should have been predictable: the human body works, doesn’t it?   Watch the athletes at the upcoming winter Olympics.  Even though most of us can’t do the feats they perform, the fact that they are humanly possible points to incredible capabilities in every organ, every cell, every gene.  And it all comes together in bodies that can flip and twist with skis on, landing perfectly on a slope at high speed.  Even the aged have a phenomenal store of memory.  Don’t forget the Maker of these wonders. 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