Warmth across 600 years

first_imgHarvard researchers are adding nuance to our understanding of how modern and historical temperatures compare.Through their statistical model of Arctic temperatures and how they relate to instrumental and proxy records, Martin Tingley, a research associate in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, and Peter Huybers, professor of earth and planetary sciences, have shown that the warmest summers in the last two decades were unprecedented in six centuries.  The work is described in paper published in the April 11 issue of Nature.“We call upon multiple proxies — including those derived from trees, ice cores, and lake sediments — to reconstruct temperature back through time using a Bayesian statistical approach,” Tingley said. “What we are trying to do is put statistical inference of past changes in temperature on a more solid and complete footing.“Saying this year is warmer than all other years included in the reconstruction is a very different thing than saying this year is warmer than a particular year in the past,” he added. “You have to think about the uncertainty in the temperature estimate for each year, and then be able to say that recent years are warmer than all past years simultaneously.”To assess such probabilities, Tingley and Huybers use a statistical model that gives a large ensemble of equally likely temperature histories for the last 600 years, as opposed to the single best estimate provided by most other reconstructions of the planet’s temperature.“By sorting through these many plausible realizations of what Earth’s temperature may have looked like,” Huybers said, “it becomes possible to find the probability associated with a great variety of relevant quantities, such as whether the 2010 Russian heat wave was more anomalous than all other events or whether the trend in average temperature over the last 100 years is uniquely large.”Perhaps the most basic quantity is average Arctic temperature, and Tingley said that the summers of 2005, 2007, 2010, and 2011 were each warmer than all years prior to 2005 in at least 95 percent of the ensemble members. Furthermore, the rate of temperature increase observed over the last century is, with 99 percent probability, greater in magnitude than centennial trends in the last 600 years.  At a regional level, the summer of 2010 featured the warmest year in western Russia, with 99 percent probability, and also featured the warmest year in western Greenland and the Canadian Arctic, with 90 percent probability.Also notable: Although summer temperatures are clearly on the rise, the researchers found no indication that temperature variability has changed.  Events such as the 2010 Russian heat wave and the 2003 western European heat wave are consistent with the increase in mean temperature, after accounting for the fact that they are selected as some of the hottest years and locations.“Insomuch as the past is prologue for the future,” Tingley said, “these results suggest that the hottest summers will track along with increases in mean temperature.” He explained, “If instead the distribution of temperatures were becoming wider, as well as shifting toward higher values, then the probability of extreme events would go up even more rapidly.”But Tingley also acknowledged the limitations of the results and the need for further work. “The proxies, unlike thermometers, generally only give information about seasonal average temperatures, and we have not explored changes in variability at the daily and weekly timescales associated with weather patterns,” he said. “It will be interesting to further explore instrumental records and higher resolution proxies for trends at these shorter timescales.”last_img read more

Fostering Women’s Leadership Starts With Your Friends

first_imgIt turns out the advice is true – breakfast is the most important meal of the day.Last week I joined 650 leaders for breakfast at a meeting of The Boston Club, a community of women executives promoting the advancement of women to significant and visible leadership roles. The Boston Club began as a small but dedicated group that started nearly 40 years ago. It has now grown to an organization of almost 700 members spanning a broad array of industries and professions, as well as business owners and entrepreneurs who connect both as a “club and a cause.” The meeting I attended began at 7:15 on a Friday morning, and you would be surprised how many people enjoy starting the day with a healthy discussion about women’s leadership.I was fortunate enough to sit next to Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, who gave the keynote address to the packed room. Governor Baker, who has direct experience as a Chief Executive Officer in the private sector, encouraged everyone to continue efforts to bring more women into leadership positions. He challenged those who continually question women’s “readiness” to be leaders and cited the valuable asset that women have had for years – our professional networks – as key to advancing the cause.Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker addresses members of The Boston ClubThe governor advised us to “make new friends” who will help us transform the representation of women in leadership positions. Governor Baker described his own journey to increase the number of women in leadership positions in state government (where everything really is political) and how he has learned to ignore differences such as party affiliations to bring in the best candidate, wherever she may be.My next breakfast will feature coffee for 10,000. I’m lucky enough to be attending the Massachusetts Conference for Women, which is held every year in Boston but draws attendees from all over the world. The talent and power in the room is impressive, and it gives me added confidence to know that the advocates for women’s leadership are continuing to grow and strengthen. Conference speakers include thought leaders from corporations, television, fashion, politics and academia, just to name a few.Wherever in the world you are reading this, I hope you will join me in one of my 2016 resolutions: to make new friends, and renew connections with long-standing ones. The Massachusetts Conference for Women is just one opportunity to expand your network, and there are many others throughout the world. Attend one in your area and add your voice and vision to the mix. The impact we can have on women’s leadership is profound, and we can all share in the results of a fully inclusive workplace that we build and sustain together.last_img read more

UN: Nicaragua Continues to Repress and Harass Opponents

first_imgBy Lisa Schlein July 26, 2019 More than 300 people were killed, 2000 injured, and hundreds arbitrarily arrested during last year’s violent repression of peaceful nationwide protests. More than 70,000 people also fled into exile to escape the heavy-hand of the Nicaraguan government. U.N. Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, Kate Gilmore, says peaceful protests and dissent continue to be repressed in Nicaragua. She says more than 440 imprisoned protestors have been released, but more than 80 remain in custody under severe conditions.“Our Office has received allegations that some of them were subjected to torture or ill-treatment by correction officers […]. We are deeply concerned that human rights defenders and community leaders continue to be targets of attacks, of threats, harassment and constant surveillance,” Gilmore said.Gilmore says people are deprived of the right to freedom of expression, including freedom of the media. She says journalists and other media workers are threatened, harassed and censored. She notes two prominent journalists were detained for more than five months under terrorism charges.She urges the government of President Daniel Ortega to engage in a genuine and meaningful dialogue to address people’s legitimate demands for justice and reparation.last_img read more

Dodgers vs. Giants score: Los Angeles takes Opening Day win over rival San Francisco

first_imgMay pitched well, working into and out of trouble before being pulled at 60 pitches. Dave Roberts pieced together the remainder of the game through the bullpen and the bats came alive in the seventh to give the Dodgers an 8-1 win over the Giants.May saw limited action with LA last year, but he is one of the most highly touted prospects in baseball and is sure to figure into the Dodgers’ plans in a shortened season. In 14 games last season (four starts), May lived up to the hype, pitching to a 3.63 ERA (2.90 FIP), offering a glimpse into the future of LA’s pitching staff.MORE: What to know about MLB in 2020, including taxi squads and coronavirus rulesMay gets another taste of the LA vs. the Bay rivalry as he takes on a veteran-laden Giants lineup that will be without star catcher Buster Posey for the 2020 season. Posey and his wife adopted twins, so he opted out of a season that MLB will attempt to play amid a global pandemic.In any case, the 2020 campaign will begin to unfold tonight in Los Angeles, with the Dodgers once again flirting with destiny and the Giants looking to resume their even-year bull . . . uh, magic starting with this NL West matchup.Sporting News covered from first pitch to last below.Dodgers vs. Giants scoreDodgers 8, Giants 11:05 p.m. END OF GAME: Dodgers secure the 8-1 win after Brusdar Graterol gets an easy 1-2-3 ninth inning.12:59 p.m. DODGERS SCORING PLAY: Kiké strikes again. A two-run shot to right and he adds to his night.12:46 p.m. END TOP EIGHTH:  Sandoval flys out to Bellinger to end the away half.12:39 p.m. END OF SEVENTH:  Mookie Betts strikes out with the bases loaded to end the Dodgers rally. Blue scores five in the seventh.12:36 p.m. DODGERS SCORING PLAY: Run is walked in after Dany Jimenez walks Max Muncy. Dodgers up 6-1.12:34 p.m. DODGERS SCORING PLAY: Failed fielder’s choice results in a run scored. Still two outs in the seventh. Bases still loaded. 5-1 Dodgers.12:20 p.m. DODGERS SCORING PLAY: Kiké Hernández with a two-RBI single. Dodgers open it up 4-1.12:17 p.m. DODGERS SCORING PLAY: Mookie Betts scores from third on a fielder’s choice. Dodgers lead 2-1.12:10 p.m. END TOP SEVENTH:  Heineman flys out to Betts to end the inning.12:01 p.m. END OF SIXTH:  Austin Barnes grounds out to end the inning.11:53 p.m. END TOP SIXTH:  Seager gloves a pop fly in shallow left to end the top half of the sixth. Still knotted at 1.11:44 p.m. END OF FIFTH:  Corey Seager strikes out with runners on to end the Dodgers scoring threat. 11:33  END TOP FIFTH:  Tyler Heineman gets himself in a pickle between home and third, resulting in a double play.11:26 p.m.:  Dustin May is now out of this game after 60 pitches, making way for Caleb Ferguson. 11:17 p.m. END OF FOURTH:  Barnes grounds out to third to end the inning.11:16 p.m.:  Bases loaded now for Austin Barnes, two outs in the fourth.11:10 p.m. DODGERS SCORING PLAY: Kiké Hernandez singles home Corey Seager, who doubled on the prior AB. Dodgers tie it up at 1.11:07 p.m.:  Johnny Cueto is using all sorts of timing tricks on his windup: quick pitch, rocking, shimmying, everything you can imagine.11:02 p.m. END TOP FOURTH:  May handles a Brandon Crawford ground out to end the top of the fourth. Home half coming up. 10:53 p.m. END BOTTOM THIRD:  Quick 1-2-3 inning for Johnny Cueto, and Betts grounds out to end the inning.10:48 p.m. END TOP THIRD:  Hunter Pence grounds to Turner to end the threat. Dodgers escape allowing just one run.10:45 p.m. GIANTS SCORING PLAY: Sandoval with a sac fly, calling Tyler Heineman. 1-0 Giants.10:43 p.m.:  Bases loaded nobody out for the Giants, and Pablo Sandoval up. 10:35 p.m. END OF SECOND:  Pederson grounds out to end the second here.10:33 p.m.:  Corey Seager grounds into a quick double play, erasing Turner.10:32 p.m.:  Justin Turner is grazed by a pitch, Corey Seager up next.10:28 p.m. END TOP SECOND:  Dustin May making quick work on the Giants so far, with a quick 1-2-3 inning in the top half of the second.10:23 p.m. END OF FIRST:  Alex Dickerson with a nice running catch of a fly ball off the bat of Bellinger. We head to the second.10:19 p.m.:  For the first time in his career, Mookie Betts is taking a swing as a Dodger. 10:16 p.m. END TOP FIRST:  A few hits, an error, some weird baserunning makes for an adventurous first inning for May, but he gets through unscathed. Dodgers coming to bat. It’s May Day on the West Coast. Fans tuning in expecting to see Dodgers legend Clayton Kershaw on the bump will be a little confused when they saw a flowing red mane of hair instead. Just hours before Kershaw was scheduled to take the mound, the Dodgers announced that the lefty was placed on the injured list because of a balky back. In his stead, super prospect Dustin May handled the pitching duties for the Dodgers.  10:10 p.m.:  May is loose early, hitting 98 on the good. Mike Yastrzemski aboard after an error. 10:07 p.m.:  We are set for baseball on the West Coast as Dustin May is set to take the ball in Dodger Stadium.9:52 p.m.:  Starting lineups being revealed here as Giants and Dodgers players get ready to do something similar to what Yankees and Nationals did prior to their matchup in D.C., with all players and personnel taking a knee prior to the national anthem.last_img read more

Naomh Colmcille accept loss of home games, club confirms

first_imgNaomh Colmcille have confirmed they will not be appealing the verdict of the Donegal Hearings Committee, who ruled that they forego home advantage in their adult games for the next 12 weeks.Last Tuesday, Naomh Colmcille members met with the Hearings Committee in Ballybofey to contest a proposed eight-week club suspension that was put forward by the Donegal GAA Management Committee.Naomh Colmcille was charged with staging ‘an unauthorised tournament’ at Pairc Colmcille in February. The club expressed ‘regret’ at being charged with any rule breach. A fundraising tournament – organised by an external committee – was held in aid of Paul Dillon, a former player and coach at the club, who has been diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease.Paul Dillon. (North West Newspix)While the Management Committee’s hands were tied and bound by the terms of the Official Guide, the Hearings Committee has plenary powers in determining sanctions.The Hearings Committee, while agreeing that Naomh Colmcille were in breach of rules 5.1 (a) and 6.40, sanctioned the club with the loss of its home adult games for the next 12 weeks – a total of five games – and issued a fine of €500.In a statement issued this morning, Naomh Colmcille said: “Regarding the sanctions imposed against CLG Naomh Colmcille by the Hearings Committee following the alleged Breaches of Rules 5.1(a) and 6.40;“The committee of CLG Naomh Colmcille wishes to indicate that it accepts both the findings of the Hearing Committee and the sanctions imposed against the club.“The committee of CLG Naomh Colmcille would like to express its regret that it was deemed necessary for the club to be charged with a breach of the said rules as it was never the intention to contravene any rules of the Association.“In the interests of the club and the Dillon family we now wish to move forward and we consider this matter to be closed. We therefore will not be making any further comment.” Advertisement Naomh Colmcille accept loss of home games, club confirms was last modified: May 8th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare 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:Donegal GAA Management CommitteeDonegal Hearings CommitteeMotor Neurone DiseaseNaomh ColmcillePaul Dillonlast_img read more

Mamelani helps develop a healthy sense of self

first_imgMamelani’s Youth Development programme looks to guide young people into adulthood become self-sufficient and develop their sense of self. (Image: Mamelani)Mamelani Projects, operating across Western Cape, is working to relieve the social pressures slowing the progress of the province’s poorer citizens. Through education programmes the organisation hopes to transform the lives of those they work with. They are making it easier for citizens to access medical care and help young people fulfil their potential.A lack of information can lead to poor health management, and bad decisions can lead to situations that could have been avoided had they been informed. Mamelani’s Community Health Programme aims to improve people’s understanding of health care, helping them make better decisions when it comes to improving and maintaining their health.The Youth Development programme builds skills, provides information and offers them help getting documents like passports and identity documents and drivers’ licences.YOUTH DEVELOPMENTMamelani’s youth development programme is aimed at children state care. The programme was developed to help them become self-sufficient and develop their sense of self outside of state care.The programme also helps them build healthy relationships and grow their resilience to help them on their journey to adulthood.Eighteen-year-olds who have been raised in youth care can find it difficult to make their own way in the world. The youthful participants are taught to live independent of the state and how to move on to being contributing members of society.The course builds skills, provides information and offers them help getting documents like passports and identity documents and drivers’ licences. To prepare them for the working world, participants are taught how to put together a CV and how best to enter the job market.The programme guides them through the process, offering help when needed but participants are expected to engage challenges and find solutions for themselves if they can.Through education programmes the organisation hopes to transform the lives of those they work with.GET INVOLVEDMamelani is always open to getting help from the public, local businesses and corporations in order to meet their operating costs and increase their reach.If you believe you can lend a hand, have a look at Mamelani’s get involved page on their website for details on how and where you can help.For more information you can also contact Mamelani on 021 448 2725 or via email on [email protected] YOUR PARTPlay Your Part urges you to share your story. If you or anyone you know has gone out of their way to brighten up the day for someone else, we want to know.If you have a story to tell, be it your own or that of an organisation or initiative dear to you, submit your story or video to our website and tell us how South Africa is playing a part to build a better life for all.last_img read more

PBA: Meralco routs Blackwater

first_imgLacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo Standhardinger says relationship with Chot now at a higher level National Coffee Research Development and Extension Center brews the 2nd National Coffee Education Congress Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES PBA IMAGESMeralco got it going early on both ends en route to a 107-78 whipping of Blackwater in the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup Friday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.Baser Amer scored a team-high 20 points on top of eight assists while Allen Durham had 18 points and 21 rebounds for the Bolts, who zoomed to a 32-15 lead after the first 12 minutes and never relented.ADVERTISEMENT View comments MOST READcenter_img Trump strips away truth with hunky topless photo tweet “It was exactly the kind of start we’re hoping for. We came out pretty strong defensively,” said Meralco head coach Norman Black. “We were able to pick up some stops in the first quarter and our offense started to click.”Minus the injured Art dela Cruz and Mac Belo, who is with Gilas Pilipinas for the Jones Cup in Taipei, the Elite couldn’t draw enough offensive support from their locals to back up their import Trevis Simpson.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsSimpson had game-high 25 points on 9-of-21 shooting from the field to go along with eight rebounds. Bam Gamalinda was Blackwater’s next best scorer with 10 points.The Elite fired blanks from downtown, missing all of their 13 attempts. They shot just 35% from the field and were out-rebounded, 64-46. Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim Church, environmentalists ask DENR to revoke ECC of Quezon province coal plant Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ FEU Auditorium’s 70th year celebrated with FEU Theater Guild’s ‘The Dreamweavers’ The Bolts shot 48% thanks to their good ball movement that led to 27 assists.Garvo Lanete added 15 points, all of which came from long range for Meralco, which nailed 11 3-pointers.The Bolts stretched their lead to as high as 39, 93-54, early in the fourth quarter.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. last_img read more

Hard work paying off as Lady Eagles run like well-oiled machine

first_imgPhilippine Arena Interchange inaugurated DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MANILA, Philippines—It doesn’t look like Ateneo’s victorious run in the UAAP Season 81 women’s volleyball tournament would end anytime soon.ADVERTISEMENT PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss LATEST STORIES The Lady Eagles easily swept Far Eastern University, 25-21, 25-10, 25-18, Wednesday to stretch their winning streak to nine straight games since losing the opener in February.No other team in this tournament has established a four-game winning streak wth University of Santo Tomas, De La Salle, and FEU only winning three straight.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logistics“I think it just shows our hard work is paying off and that it doesn’t matter what happened in the past, it doesn’t matter who it is, we just have to deal with it now,” said opposite hitter Kat Tolentino.“It’s the second round and we have to give everything and I think that’s what the team did,” added Tolentino, who finished with 11 points to lead the Lady Tamaraws. Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Duterte wants probe of SEA Games messcenter_img Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Ponggay Gaston, who also had 11 points in the game, said one of her teammates just barked “guys work together” when they were down 10-6 against the Lady Tamaraws in the third set.“There was a point when we were behind but that didn’t stop as because we knew we had to work as a team and there was someone in the court that said ‘guys work together’ then after that we just jelled,” said Gaston.Behind Ateneo’s offense, though, was Deanna Wong who orchestrated everything with 30 excellent sets for the Lady Eagles.Both Gaston and Tolentino were in awe of Wong’s playmaking but the setter would rather deflect the praise to her teammates.“Actually it’s not in my head how many excellent sets I get, this is a team win,” said Wong. “I just have to get the ball all the time and I’ll always be there for the team. I have excellent sets because of my spikers.”ADVERTISEMENT View comments MOST READ SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. ABL: Alab Pilipinas title hopes go up in smoke with quarterfinals exitlast_img read more

Titans Touch day – Two days out from tap-off!

first_imgThe Inaugural Gold Coast Titans Corporate Touch Day gets underway this Saturday, 1 February 2014. The Gold Coast Titans, in conjunction with Touch Football Australia, will host the inaugural Titans Corporate Touch Day at Robina Stadium on Saturday, 1 February 2014, from 9.00am-5.00pm. The event is another demonstration of new and innovative playing/participation opportunities emanating from the strategic alliance between the NRL and TFA. This inaugural event at the Titans’ home ground provides participants a different experience to general Touch Football tournaments or knockouts. The format is slightly modified to existing tournament delivery and display. While the competition is Mixed the matches will channel formats of the game from an era past: games will be 15 minutes duration and teams will be seven-a-side and include a marker and captained by a current Titans first-grade player. Off-field activities include a BBQ lunch and post-event function for players and teams to go into the draw for some great NRL corporate game day and merchandise prizes through the NRL season. Another feature of the event is the opportunity for participants to engage and compete in a corporate team building environment with work colleagues, corporate partners and Titans players. Participants will also witness first-hand the whole match day experience of a Titans NRL game with breakaway tours of the Titans HQ and facilities. Players will also get the chance to get behind the clipboard and hear from and gain valuable insights from some of the Titans coaching staff with respective team briefings.    While all of this provides a fascinating behind-the-scenes view of the Titans’ NRL match day preparations, the two top teams at the end of the tournament will also get the chance to play each other in front of a capacity crowd at a 2014 Titans home game during the upcoming NRL season. All augurs well for a great day of Touch Footy out under the Gold Coast sun – matches get underway at 9.00am, free admission to spectators. For more information, please click on the attachment below and stay tuned to the TFA website for updates and coverage of the event. Related Files2014_corporatetouchday_flyerform-pdfRelated LinksTitans Touch Daylast_img read more

Peter Andre To Wash Cars For Charity

first_imgEver wanted a celebrity to wash your car? Well now’s your chance… Peter Andre has kindly offered his services to launch the UK’s Largest Car Wash with proceeds going to Children in Need.Peugeot is Children in Need’s automotive corporate partner and the Company is delighted to host the car wash and aims to raise over £250,000 for the incredibly deserving charity. For more information on Peugeot and Children in Need, click here.The UK’s Largest Car Wash will kick off with a star studded event featuring Peter Andre on Wednesday, 6th November 2013 at Robins and Day, Chiswick. Pop along from 8am to 8pm to have your car washed and help raise funds for Children in Need.Peter Andre said, “I’m delighted to be able to offer my services to the UK’s Largest Car Wash in support of such a worthwhile cause. Pop down to Chiswick on 6th November and have your car cleaned whilst raising money for charity – what’s not to love. Make sure you come and say hi on the day!”Further car wash events will take place at Peugeot Dealerships across the country from 6th – 10th November. As part of the car wash initiative, Peugeot has also created a fun and useful car washing kit for everyone to join in at home. The ‘Get Sudsy with Pudsey’ pack gives you all the ‘bear essentials’ to keep your car squeaky clean this Autumn – the set includes a unique Pudsey sponge and a 300ml bottle of Pudsey’s wash & wax. Any visitor to a Peugeot Dealership who donates £5 (or more) will receive a Pudsey Car Wash kit which is available from all Peugeot Dealerships throughout the UK or online.For more information on the UK’s Largest Car Wash or to buy the ‘Get Sudsy with Pudsey’ kit, click here.Source:PRWeb.comlast_img read more