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Journal Reference:

  1. John R. Vanuk, Edward F. Pace-Schott, Ayla Bullock, Simon Esbit, Natalie S. Dailey, William D. S. Killgore. Morning blue light treatment improves sleep complaints, symptom severity, and retention of fear extinction memory in post-traumatic stress disorder. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 2022; 16 DOI: 10.3389/fnbeh.2022.886816

Sleep is crucial for maintaining physical and mental health, and inadequate sleep over time can impact all aspects of life with serious implications for long-term health, relationships, cognitive abilities such as learning, and healing.

The influence of sleep disruption on PTSD symptom severity is well established. Those who seek treatment to allay their PTSD symptoms often face a vicious cycle where poor sleep interferes with the effectiveness of treatments, negating any lessening of symptoms, which in turn contributes to sleep disruptions. To reduce and eliminate the emotional impact of traumatic memories, the patient needs quality sleep to integrate healing mechanisms achieved through cognitive or exposure therapy treatments.

“This research is exciting and unique because it points to an easy-to-use method for helping those with PTSD to retain the benefits of therapy long after the treatment ends,” said psychiatry professor William “Scott” Killgore, PhD, director of the Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (SCAN) Lab and senior author on the paper, “Morning blue light treatment improves sleep complaints, symptom severity, and retention of fear extinction memory in post-traumatic stress disorder.”

Dr. Killgore and the SCAN Lab team conducted a comprehensive assessment of daily morning blue-wavelength light exposure on individuals with clinically significant levels of PTSD. The goal was to ascertain if blue light therapy would help improve sleep and PTSD symptoms and sustain learned fear extinction memories, an analog of therapeutic treatment for trauma.

Study participants committed to 30 minutes of morning light exposure daily for six weeks, with half of the participants using blue-wavelength light and half using amber light. Researchers examined the neurobiological, autonomic and behavioral outcome changes during the study.

The 43 participants who received blue light therapy not only demonstrated significant improvements in the severity of their PTSD symptoms, but also reported improvements in sleep and showed an increased retention of fear extinction memories. In comparison, the 39 study participants who received amber light did not show the same retention of the extinction memories, but rather showed a return of the original fear memories.

“While the limitations of the research include its modest sample size and difficulties monitoring compliance, the possibilities of utilizing a treatment that is relatively simple, drug-free and inexpensive can offer hope for the large population of people living with the intense challenges of post-traumatic stress disorder,” Dr. Killgore said.

“The data are thrilling,” said Jordan Karp, MD, professor and chair of the College of Medicine — Tucson’s Department of Psychiatry. “This nonpharmacological intervention is a promising life-changing and life-saving possibility for people suffering from PTSD.”

This study was supported by the US Army Medical Research and Development Command (W81XWH-14-0570).

We would like to thank the writer of this article for this remarkable content

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Journal Reference:

  1. John R. Vanuk, Edward F. Pace-Schott, Ayla Bullock, Simon Esbit, Natalie S. Dailey, William D. S. Killgore. Morning blue light treatment improves sleep complaints, symptom severity, and retention of fear extinction memory in post-traumatic stress disorder. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 2022; 16 DOI: 10.3389/fnbeh.2022.886816

Sleep is crucial for maintaining physical and mental health, and inadequate sleep over time can impact all aspects of life with serious implications for long-term health, relationships, cognitive abilities such as learning, and healing.

The influence of sleep disruption on PTSD symptom severity is well established. Those who seek treatment to allay their PTSD symptoms often face a vicious cycle where poor sleep interferes with the effectiveness of treatments, negating any lessening of symptoms, which in turn contributes to sleep disruptions. To reduce and eliminate the emotional impact of traumatic memories, the patient needs quality sleep to integrate healing mechanisms achieved through cognitive or exposure therapy treatments.

“This research is exciting and unique because it points to an easy-to-use method for helping those with PTSD to retain the benefits of therapy long after the treatment ends,” said psychiatry professor William “Scott” Killgore, PhD, director of the Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (SCAN) Lab and senior author on the paper, “Morning blue light treatment improves sleep complaints, symptom severity, and retention of fear extinction memory in post-traumatic stress disorder.”

Dr. Killgore and the SCAN Lab team conducted a comprehensive assessment of daily morning blue-wavelength light exposure on individuals with clinically significant levels of PTSD. The goal was to ascertain if blue light therapy would help improve sleep and PTSD symptoms and sustain learned fear extinction memories, an analog of therapeutic treatment for trauma.

Study participants committed to 30 minutes of morning light exposure daily for six weeks, with half of the participants using blue-wavelength light and half using amber light. Researchers examined the neurobiological, autonomic and behavioral outcome changes during the study.

The 43 participants who received blue light therapy not only demonstrated significant improvements in the severity of their PTSD symptoms, but also reported improvements in sleep and showed an increased retention of fear extinction memories. In comparison, the 39 study participants who received amber light did not show the same retention of the extinction memories, but rather showed a return of the original fear memories.

“While the limitations of the research include its modest sample size and difficulties monitoring compliance, the possibilities of utilizing a treatment that is relatively simple, drug-free and inexpensive can offer hope for the large population of people living with the intense challenges of post-traumatic stress disorder,” Dr. Killgore said.

“The data are thrilling,” said Jordan Karp, MD, professor and chair of the College of Medicine — Tucson’s Department of Psychiatry. “This nonpharmacological intervention is a promising life-changing and life-saving possibility for people suffering from PTSD.”

This study was supported by the US Army Medical Research and Development Command (W81XWH-14-0570).

We would like to thank the writer of this article for this remarkable content

Morning blue light treatment improves sleep in patients with PTSD

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1667378865) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(145) "Minister expresses doubt about work at the National Institute – Christianne van der Wal is irritated by new calculation errors RIVM – Foodlog" ["link"]=> string(170) "https://coolnspicy.com/magazine/minister-expresses-doubt-about-work-at-the-national-institute-christianne-van-der-wal-is-irritated-by-new-calculation-errors-rivm-foodlog/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Pauline Moonlky" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 02 Nov 2022 08:06:02 +0000" ["category"]=> string(104) "MagazinecalculationChristiannederdoubterrorsexpressesFoodlogInstituteirritatedministerNationalRIVMVanWal" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://coolnspicy.com/?p=56364" ["description"]=> string(902) "In a letter to parliament On Tuesday evening, 1 November, Minister Christianne van der Wal has to regret that the RIVM is unable to correctly identify the main emitters of ammonia (NH).3‘farmer’s nitrogen’ which can also come from power plants, from Tata and even cars with a catalytic converter). It informs the House as follows: ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4942) "

In a letter to parliament On Tuesday evening, 1 November, Minister Christianne van der Wal has to regret that the RIVM is unable to correctly identify the main emitters of ammonia (NH).3‘farmer’s nitrogen’ which can also come from power plants, from Tata and even cars with a catalytic converter).

It informs the House as follows: Last night, the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) informed my ministry that another error has been detected in the list of the top 100 largest ammonia emitters. This list was shared with the House of Representatives in April in response to parliamentary questions.

The error relates to the emissions allocated to various pig and poultry houses. In addition to the top 100 list, the error also affects other products that RIVM has delivered since April of this year. In attached letter RIVM explains the finding in more detail.

This is not the first time that the information provided by RIVM has to be corrected at a later date. As a minister, I must be able to rely on the information that I receive from an independent scientific knowledge institute such as RIVM. In this case, this confidence turned out to be unjustified. I also find it deeply regrettable that this has wrongly identified companies as part of the top 100 largest ammonia emitters.

I addressed the RIVM today about the error made, the importance of due care and expressly requested that it provide a substantive explanation of the cause and consequences of this error as soon as possible. RIVM has indicated that it will conduct an internal investigation into this and expects to be able to provide the precise impact later this month. Then I will have another conversation with RIVM.

Past calculation errors of the RIVM that were observed in April of this year with regard to peak tax burdens led to hilarity and mistrust in RIVM figures.

The new errors were discovered because agricultural companies on the list were allowed to give their opinion after an appeal to the Open Government Act. This gives livestock farmers the opportunity to contact RIVM if they believe that the data used for their barn location contains inaccuracies. That turned out to be the case.

The RIVM takes the matter seriously and speaks of a “very serious matter”. The error comes out at an exciting moment because nitrogen discussion leader Johan Remkes advised last month to reduce the emission of about 600 peak loaders to zero. Van der Wal informs parliament that, in addition to the top 100 list, the error also “affects other products that RIVM has delivered since April of this year”.

Under the tweet with which the minister announced the mistake, many left a comment:

We would love to say thanks to the writer of this article for this remarkable web content

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In a letter to parliament On Tuesday evening, 1 November, Minister Christianne van der Wal has to regret that the RIVM is unable to correctly identify the main emitters of ammonia (NH).3‘farmer’s nitrogen’ which can also come from power plants, from Tata and even cars with a catalytic converter).

It informs the House as follows: Last night, the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) informed my ministry that another error has been detected in the list of the top 100 largest ammonia emitters. This list was shared with the House of Representatives in April in response to parliamentary questions.

The error relates to the emissions allocated to various pig and poultry houses. In addition to the top 100 list, the error also affects other products that RIVM has delivered since April of this year. In attached letter RIVM explains the finding in more detail.

This is not the first time that the information provided by RIVM has to be corrected at a later date. As a minister, I must be able to rely on the information that I receive from an independent scientific knowledge institute such as RIVM. In this case, this confidence turned out to be unjustified. I also find it deeply regrettable that this has wrongly identified companies as part of the top 100 largest ammonia emitters.

I addressed the RIVM today about the error made, the importance of due care and expressly requested that it provide a substantive explanation of the cause and consequences of this error as soon as possible. RIVM has indicated that it will conduct an internal investigation into this and expects to be able to provide the precise impact later this month. Then I will have another conversation with RIVM.

Past calculation errors of the RIVM that were observed in April of this year with regard to peak tax burdens led to hilarity and mistrust in RIVM figures.

The new errors were discovered because agricultural companies on the list were allowed to give their opinion after an appeal to the Open Government Act. This gives livestock farmers the opportunity to contact RIVM if they believe that the data used for their barn location contains inaccuracies. That turned out to be the case.

The RIVM takes the matter seriously and speaks of a “very serious matter”. The error comes out at an exciting moment because nitrogen discussion leader Johan Remkes advised last month to reduce the emission of about 600 peak loaders to zero. Van der Wal informs parliament that, in addition to the top 100 list, the error also “affects other products that RIVM has delivered since April of this year”.

Under the tweet with which the minister announced the mistake, many left a comment:

We would love to say thanks to the writer of this article for this remarkable web content

Minister expresses doubt about work at the National Institute – Christianne van der Wal is irritated by new calculation errors RIVM – Foodlog

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1667376362) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(58) "Tom Brady opens up about his divorce from Gisele Bündchen" ["link"]=> string(100) "https://coolnspicy.com/influential-people/tom-brady-opens-up-about-his-divorce-from-gisele-bundchen/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Harold Kent" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 02 Nov 2022 07:37:20 +0000" ["category"]=> string(48) "Influential PeopleBradyBündchenDivorceGiseleTom" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://coolnspicy.com/?p=56358" ["description"]=> string(624) "Brady opens up about his divorce for the first time 1:12 (CNN) — Tom Brady has been honest about his divorce from his wife of 13 years, Gisele Bündchen, saying he’s focusing on his family and football amid a “very friendly situation.” “I think there are a lot of professionals in life who go through ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(16042) "

(CNN) — Tom Brady has been honest about his divorce from his wife of 13 years, Gisele Bündchen, saying he’s focusing on his family and football amid a “very friendly situation.”

“I think there are a lot of professionals in life who go through things that they have to deal with at work and things that they deal with at home,” the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback said on his weekly podcast Monday, a few days after after he and Bündchen announced their divorce.

“Obviously, the good news is that it’s a very difficult situation. friendly, and I’m really focused on two things: taking care of my family, and certainly my children, and secondly doing the best job I can to win games. That’s what professionals do.”

The former couple announced their divorce on Friday after 13 years.

Speaking to sportscaster Jim Gray in his weekly appearance on his “Let’s Go!” podcast, Brady added: “You focus on work when it’s time to work, and then when you get home, you focus on the priorities that are at home. Anything you can do is the best you can do. That’s what I’ll continue to do as long as I work and as long as I’m a father.”

Gray asked Brady if it’s a challenge to compartmentalize between the two.

“I think that’s what being a pro is,” Brady said. “I’ve dealt with a lot of challenging situations on and off the field over 23 years, and a lot of it plays out in front of a lot of people.”

“So I think what’s interesting for a football player and an athlete in general is that you’re exposed, I always say we’re not actors even if we’re on TV. We’re ourselves out there.”

Lawyer gives advice to Brady and Bündchen on possible millionaire divorce 1:58

“We try to do our best. That’s how people have gotten to know me over the years, being on TV, and that’s the real me that’s out there competing with my teammates every day and You’re giving everything you can to the team.”

“Everyone goes through different things. We all have our own challenges in life. We are all human. We do the best we can,” he added.

Brady and Bündchen each announced their divorce on Instagram on Friday.

Brady, 45, had retired from the NFL in February, only to reverse that decision later. He took an 11-day leave of absence in August to “deal with personal issues,” according to his head coach Todd Bowles.

In a recent conversation on his podcast, Brady discussed some of the personal costs of playing in the NFL for two decades.

Brady retired from the NFL in February but later reversed his decision.

“I haven’t had a Christmas in 23 years and I haven’t had a Thanksgiving in 23 years, I haven’t celebrated birthdays with people I care about who were born from August to the end of January. And I can’t be at funerals.” and I can’t be at weddings,” Brady said.

Meanwhile, in an interview with the elle magazine published in September, Bündchen, 42, said she had “concerns” about her husband’s return to football after initially retiring last winter.

“This is a very violent sport, and I have my children and I would like him to be more present,” Bündchen told the publication. “I’ve definitely had those conversations with him over and over again. But ultimately, I think everybody has to make a decision that works for (them). He has to be happy with his work as well.”

With information from Chloe Melas.

We would love to thank the writer of this short article for this outstanding material

Tom Brady opens up about his divorce from Gisele Bündchen

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(CNN) — Tom Brady has been honest about his divorce from his wife of 13 years, Gisele Bündchen, saying he’s focusing on his family and football amid a “very friendly situation.”

“I think there are a lot of professionals in life who go through things that they have to deal with at work and things that they deal with at home,” the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback said on his weekly podcast Monday, a few days after after he and Bündchen announced their divorce.

“Obviously, the good news is that it’s a very difficult situation. friendly, and I’m really focused on two things: taking care of my family, and certainly my children, and secondly doing the best job I can to win games. That’s what professionals do.”

The former couple announced their divorce on Friday after 13 years.

Speaking to sportscaster Jim Gray in his weekly appearance on his “Let’s Go!” podcast, Brady added: “You focus on work when it’s time to work, and then when you get home, you focus on the priorities that are at home. Anything you can do is the best you can do. That’s what I’ll continue to do as long as I work and as long as I’m a father.”

Gray asked Brady if it’s a challenge to compartmentalize between the two.

“I think that’s what being a pro is,” Brady said. “I’ve dealt with a lot of challenging situations on and off the field over 23 years, and a lot of it plays out in front of a lot of people.”

“So I think what’s interesting for a football player and an athlete in general is that you’re exposed, I always say we’re not actors even if we’re on TV. We’re ourselves out there.”

Lawyer gives advice to Brady and Bündchen on possible millionaire divorce 1:58

“We try to do our best. That’s how people have gotten to know me over the years, being on TV, and that’s the real me that’s out there competing with my teammates every day and You’re giving everything you can to the team.”

“Everyone goes through different things. We all have our own challenges in life. We are all human. We do the best we can,” he added.

Brady and Bündchen each announced their divorce on Instagram on Friday.

Brady, 45, had retired from the NFL in February, only to reverse that decision later. He took an 11-day leave of absence in August to “deal with personal issues,” according to his head coach Todd Bowles.

In a recent conversation on his podcast, Brady discussed some of the personal costs of playing in the NFL for two decades.

Brady retired from the NFL in February but later reversed his decision.

“I haven’t had a Christmas in 23 years and I haven’t had a Thanksgiving in 23 years, I haven’t celebrated birthdays with people I care about who were born from August to the end of January. And I can’t be at funerals.” and I can’t be at weddings,” Brady said.

Meanwhile, in an interview with the elle magazine published in September, Bündchen, 42, said she had “concerns” about her husband’s return to football after initially retiring last winter.

“This is a very violent sport, and I have my children and I would like him to be more present,” Bündchen told the publication. “I’ve definitely had those conversations with him over and over again. But ultimately, I think everybody has to make a decision that works for (them). He has to be happy with his work as well.”

With information from Chloe Melas.

We would love to thank the writer of this short article for this outstanding material

Tom Brady opens up about his divorce from Gisele Bündchen

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On September 30, 1921, British actress Deborah Kerr, one of the most popular female actresses in American cinema of the 1950s, was born.

Despite her great film career and having been nominated 6 times for the Oscar for best leading actress, she never won that award, even though in 1994 she was awarded an honorary Oscar for her entire career.

He began his career on stage, but soon received his first roles in British cinema alongside actors like Rex Harrison and James Mason. Shortly after, he moved to Hollywood where he began a successful career, participating in some films considered great classics of cinema, among which “Quo Vadis?” and “From here to eternity”.

Other of his great interpretations are found in films such as: “Julio Cesar”, “El Rey y Yo”, “Only God knows”, “Separate tables”, “Three wandering lives”, “The innocents”, “Edward, my son”, “Something to remember”, among many others.

Working with the best directors and actors of the time, which made her a legend of international cinema.

This great actress passed away at the age of 86 on October 16, 2007, due to complications from Parkinson’s disease, leaving a great legacy. For sample, five of the great interpretations of her on the big screen.

Bonus – ONLY GOD KNOWS (1957) (JOHN HUSTON)

BY EDGAR DEL VALLEY

A film that takes place during World War II and deals with the relationship between a tough soldier played by Robert Mitchum and a nun played by Deborah Kerr, who are trapped on an island. It is almost a free adaptation of the film “The African Queen”, in a kind of “self-remake” directed by Huston himself just a few years earlier. Despite this, the chemistry between these great actors gives it its own particular touch, which makes it a very enjoyable curiosity buried by its own comparison and pretense (or cynicism?) of Huston. For her performance, Kerr received one of her multiple Oscar performances for best actress.

Good – WHERE ARE YOU GOING (1951) (MERVYN LEROY)

BY EDGAR DEL VALLEY

Film that takes us back to the Roman era of Nero’s empire, where we find a Roman soldier who falls in love with a Christian slave, who eventually leads him to his faith. A classic of religious cinema of all time, with the main performances of Robert Taylor and the beautiful Kerr, in a blockbuster that became a success at the box office and with the public, perhaps being the film that catapulted the actress to the media scene of Hollywood. The film received 8 Oscar nominations, unfortunately none for Kerr. Although it has not aged well at all, it remains as a remnant of acting quality and spectacularity within epic cinema.

4 – SEPARATE TABLES (1958) (DELBERT MANN)

BY EDGAR DEL VALLEY

Drama that develops various love situations, which occur between a group of guests of an old hotel. Kerr shares credits in this film with actors like David Niven, Burt Lancaster, Rita Hayworth and Wendy Hiller. Her role as her submissive and selfless daughter made her once again be considered for an Oscar nomination. Her commendable combination of comedy and romance makes her one of the first drafts of choral cinema, managing a high level of acting and dramatic credibility to serve as a showcase for that grandiose cast. Very undervalued film and that still means today one of the greatest references of its genre

3 – SOMETHING TO REMEMBER (1957) (LEO MCCAREY)

BY EDGAR DEL VALLEY

Curiously, this film is, as in the case of “Only God Knows” a remake by the same director (the original dates from 1939), but now with the leading role of Déborah Keer and Cary Grant. A melodrama, with truly incomprehensible moments, but which over time became a classic, and one of the actress’s most remembered films, as the title of the film announced, ultimately improving on the source film and serving as inspiration for another remake and/or future adaptation for Sintonía de Amor, another romantic movie classic (but with lower quality) starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan in 1993 (plus another very forgettable one just a year later, in 1994).

3 – THE KING AND I (1956) (WALTER LANG)

BY THE FETT

Based on a play, Lang doesn’t stray too far from the source material, effectively channeling an almost backstage romance into one of those films that seem to have been filmed on stage rather than in a studio. The great advantage, then, lies in the acting work, in one of the most natural and romantic chemistry between Yul Brynner and a stunning Deborah Kerr, who display a very high understanding and ahead of their time. Second of three versions (and the best) on the famous novel by Margaret Landon, Brynner would win her first and only Oscar. And Kerr? She again she would be nominated and ignored

2 – THE INNOCENTS (1961) (JACK CLAYTON)

BY THE FETT

If you are looking for the original version of the popular Netflix series The Haunting of Hill House (and its upcoming Bly Manor for 2020), you have come to the right place to recognize one of the most unfairly forgotten masterpieces of the genre and that in its time it meant a revulsion of quality as impressive as unrepeatable around ghost stories. Leaving an indelible mark on an ending as ambiguous as it is sinister, the director entrusts his “one hit wonder” to an immense Deborah Kerr, who manages not only to connect with the paranormal in a precise way, but also with the skin of the same audience as if Was it an emotional extension or a poltergeist? Conclusion? Stop watching series and start watching more classics

1 – FROM HERE TO ETERNITY (1953) (FRED ZINNEMAN)

BY EDGAR DEL VALLEY

Multi-award winning film, with a multi-star cast that provides a combination of understated performances; the winner of 8 Oscars (including best picture) is one of the most successful presentations at the box office, critics and audiences in the history of the films awarded by the Academy. A great romantic-war classic, Zinnemann here would establish many of the dramatic statutes with which American critics would measure the consistent super productions of this nature. Maker of great moments, just remember the scene on the beach with Deborah Kerr, a true favorite moment that immortalized this classic.

Hang tags: An Affair to RememberDeborah KerrFrom Here to EternityWhither goest thouSeparate TablesThe InnocentsThe King and I

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Top 5 Deborah Kerr Movies

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On September 30, 1921, British actress Deborah Kerr, one of the most popular female actresses in American cinema of the 1950s, was born.

Despite her great film career and having been nominated 6 times for the Oscar for best leading actress, she never won that award, even though in 1994 she was awarded an honorary Oscar for her entire career.

He began his career on stage, but soon received his first roles in British cinema alongside actors like Rex Harrison and James Mason. Shortly after, he moved to Hollywood where he began a successful career, participating in some films considered great classics of cinema, among which “Quo Vadis?” and “From here to eternity”.

Other of his great interpretations are found in films such as: “Julio Cesar”, “El Rey y Yo”, “Only God knows”, “Separate tables”, “Three wandering lives”, “The innocents”, “Edward, my son”, “Something to remember”, among many others.

Working with the best directors and actors of the time, which made her a legend of international cinema.

This great actress passed away at the age of 86 on October 16, 2007, due to complications from Parkinson’s disease, leaving a great legacy. For sample, five of the great interpretations of her on the big screen.

Bonus – ONLY GOD KNOWS (1957) (JOHN HUSTON)

BY EDGAR DEL VALLEY

A film that takes place during World War II and deals with the relationship between a tough soldier played by Robert Mitchum and a nun played by Deborah Kerr, who are trapped on an island. It is almost a free adaptation of the film “The African Queen”, in a kind of “self-remake” directed by Huston himself just a few years earlier. Despite this, the chemistry between these great actors gives it its own particular touch, which makes it a very enjoyable curiosity buried by its own comparison and pretense (or cynicism?) of Huston. For her performance, Kerr received one of her multiple Oscar performances for best actress.

Good – WHERE ARE YOU GOING (1951) (MERVYN LEROY)

BY EDGAR DEL VALLEY

Film that takes us back to the Roman era of Nero’s empire, where we find a Roman soldier who falls in love with a Christian slave, who eventually leads him to his faith. A classic of religious cinema of all time, with the main performances of Robert Taylor and the beautiful Kerr, in a blockbuster that became a success at the box office and with the public, perhaps being the film that catapulted the actress to the media scene of Hollywood. The film received 8 Oscar nominations, unfortunately none for Kerr. Although it has not aged well at all, it remains as a remnant of acting quality and spectacularity within epic cinema.

4 – SEPARATE TABLES (1958) (DELBERT MANN)

BY EDGAR DEL VALLEY

Drama that develops various love situations, which occur between a group of guests of an old hotel. Kerr shares credits in this film with actors like David Niven, Burt Lancaster, Rita Hayworth and Wendy Hiller. Her role as her submissive and selfless daughter made her once again be considered for an Oscar nomination. Her commendable combination of comedy and romance makes her one of the first drafts of choral cinema, managing a high level of acting and dramatic credibility to serve as a showcase for that grandiose cast. Very undervalued film and that still means today one of the greatest references of its genre

3 – SOMETHING TO REMEMBER (1957) (LEO MCCAREY)

BY EDGAR DEL VALLEY

Curiously, this film is, as in the case of “Only God Knows” a remake by the same director (the original dates from 1939), but now with the leading role of Déborah Keer and Cary Grant. A melodrama, with truly incomprehensible moments, but which over time became a classic, and one of the actress’s most remembered films, as the title of the film announced, ultimately improving on the source film and serving as inspiration for another remake and/or future adaptation for Sintonía de Amor, another romantic movie classic (but with lower quality) starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan in 1993 (plus another very forgettable one just a year later, in 1994).

3 – THE KING AND I (1956) (WALTER LANG)

BY THE FETT

Based on a play, Lang doesn’t stray too far from the source material, effectively channeling an almost backstage romance into one of those films that seem to have been filmed on stage rather than in a studio. The great advantage, then, lies in the acting work, in one of the most natural and romantic chemistry between Yul Brynner and a stunning Deborah Kerr, who display a very high understanding and ahead of their time. Second of three versions (and the best) on the famous novel by Margaret Landon, Brynner would win her first and only Oscar. And Kerr? She again she would be nominated and ignored

2 – THE INNOCENTS (1961) (JACK CLAYTON)

BY THE FETT

If you are looking for the original version of the popular Netflix series The Haunting of Hill House (and its upcoming Bly Manor for 2020), you have come to the right place to recognize one of the most unfairly forgotten masterpieces of the genre and that in its time it meant a revulsion of quality as impressive as unrepeatable around ghost stories. Leaving an indelible mark on an ending as ambiguous as it is sinister, the director entrusts his “one hit wonder” to an immense Deborah Kerr, who manages not only to connect with the paranormal in a precise way, but also with the skin of the same audience as if Was it an emotional extension or a poltergeist? Conclusion? Stop watching series and start watching more classics

1 – FROM HERE TO ETERNITY (1953) (FRED ZINNEMAN)

BY EDGAR DEL VALLEY

Multi-award winning film, with a multi-star cast that provides a combination of understated performances; the winner of 8 Oscars (including best picture) is one of the most successful presentations at the box office, critics and audiences in the history of the films awarded by the Academy. A great romantic-war classic, Zinnemann here would establish many of the dramatic statutes with which American critics would measure the consistent super productions of this nature. Maker of great moments, just remember the scene on the beach with Deborah Kerr, a true favorite moment that immortalized this classic.

Hang tags: An Affair to RememberDeborah KerrFrom Here to EternityWhither goest thouSeparate TablesThe InnocentsThe King and I

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Top 5 Deborah Kerr Movies

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1667374509) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(85) "Anthropologists find new ways female bones are permanently altered after giving birth" ["link"]=> string(126) "https://coolnspicy.com/healthandscience/anthropologists-find-new-ways-female-bones-are-permanently-altered-after-giving-birth/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 02 Nov 2022 07:30:08 +0000" ["category"]=> string(67) "Health And SciencealteredAnthropologistsbirthbonesfemalepermanently" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://coolnspicy.com/?p=56347" ["description"]=> string(781) "Journal Reference: Paola Cerrito, Bin Hu, Justin Z. Goldstein, Rachel Kalisher, Shara E. Bailey, Timothy G. Bromage. Elemental composition of primary lamellar bone differs between parous and nulliparous rhesus macaque females. PLOS ONE, 2022; 17 (11): e0276866 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0276866 “Our findings provide additional evidence of the profound impact that reproduction has on the female organism, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4664) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Paola Cerrito, Bin Hu, Justin Z. Goldstein, Rachel Kalisher, Shara E. Bailey, Timothy G. Bromage. Elemental composition of primary lamellar bone differs between parous and nulliparous rhesus macaque females. PLOS ONE, 2022; 17 (11): e0276866 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0276866

“Our findings provide additional evidence of the profound impact that reproduction has on the female organism, further demonstrating that the skeleton is not a static organ, but a dynamic one that changes with life events,” explains Paola Cerrito, who led the research as a doctoral student in NYU’s Department of Anthropology and College of Dentistry.

Specifically, the researchers found that calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus concentrations are lower in females who have experienced reproduction. These changes are linked to giving birth itself and to lactation.

However, they caution that while other clinical studies show calcium and phosphorus are necessary for optimal bone strength, the new findings do not address overall health implications for either primates or humans. Rather, they say, the work illuminates the dynamic nature of our bones.

“A bone is not a static and dead portion of the skeleton,” notes NYU anthropologist Shara Bailey, one of the study’s authors. “It continuously adjusts and responds to physiological processes.”

The other authors of the study, which appears in the journal PLOS ONE, are Timothy Bromage, a professor in NYU College of Dentistry, Bin Hu, an adjunct professor at NYU College of Dentistry, Justin Goldstein, a doctoral candidate at Texas State University, and Rachel Kalisher, a doctoral candidate at Brown University.

It’s been long-established that menopause can have an effect on females’ bones. Less clear is how preceding life-cycle events, such as reproduction, can influence skeletal composition. To address this, the researchers studied the primary lamellar bone — the main type of bone in a mature skeleton. This aspect of the skeleton is an ideal part of the body to examine because it changes over time and leaves biological markers of these changes, allowing scientists to monitor alterations during the life span.

In the PLOS ONE study, the researchers examined the growth rate of lamellar bone in the femora, or thigh bones, of both female and male primates who had lived at the Sabana Seca Field Station in Puerto Rico and died of natural causes. Veterinarians at the field station had monitored and recorded information on these primates’ health and reproductive history, allowing the researchers to match bone-composition changes to life events with notable precision.

Cerrito and her colleagues used electron microscopy and energy-dispersive X-ray analysis — commonly deployed methods to gauge the chemical composition of tissue samples — to calculate changes in concentrations of calcium, phosphorus, oxygen, magnesium, and sodium in the primates’ bones.

Their results showed different concentrations of some of these elements in females who gave birth compared males as well as females who did not give birth. Specifically, in females who gave birth, calcium and phosphorus were lower in bone formed during reproductive events. Moreover, there was a significant decline in magnesium concentration during these primates’ breastfeeding of infants.

“Our research shows that even before the cessation of fertility the skeleton responds dynamically to changes in reproductive status,” says Cerrito, now a research fellow at ETH Zurich. “Moreover, these findings reaffirm the significant impact giving birth has on a female organism — quite simply, evidence of reproduction is ‘written in the bones’ for life.”

The research was supported by grants from the National Science Foundation (2018357) and the National Institutes of Health (1S10OD026989-01).

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Anthropologists find new ways female bones are permanently altered after giving birth

" } ["summary"]=> string(781) "Journal Reference: Paola Cerrito, Bin Hu, Justin Z. Goldstein, Rachel Kalisher, Shara E. Bailey, Timothy G. Bromage. Elemental composition of primary lamellar bone differs between parous and nulliparous rhesus macaque females. PLOS ONE, 2022; 17 (11): e0276866 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0276866 “Our findings provide additional evidence of the profound impact that reproduction has on the female organism, ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4664) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Paola Cerrito, Bin Hu, Justin Z. Goldstein, Rachel Kalisher, Shara E. Bailey, Timothy G. Bromage. Elemental composition of primary lamellar bone differs between parous and nulliparous rhesus macaque females. PLOS ONE, 2022; 17 (11): e0276866 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0276866

“Our findings provide additional evidence of the profound impact that reproduction has on the female organism, further demonstrating that the skeleton is not a static organ, but a dynamic one that changes with life events,” explains Paola Cerrito, who led the research as a doctoral student in NYU’s Department of Anthropology and College of Dentistry.

Specifically, the researchers found that calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus concentrations are lower in females who have experienced reproduction. These changes are linked to giving birth itself and to lactation.

However, they caution that while other clinical studies show calcium and phosphorus are necessary for optimal bone strength, the new findings do not address overall health implications for either primates or humans. Rather, they say, the work illuminates the dynamic nature of our bones.

“A bone is not a static and dead portion of the skeleton,” notes NYU anthropologist Shara Bailey, one of the study’s authors. “It continuously adjusts and responds to physiological processes.”

The other authors of the study, which appears in the journal PLOS ONE, are Timothy Bromage, a professor in NYU College of Dentistry, Bin Hu, an adjunct professor at NYU College of Dentistry, Justin Goldstein, a doctoral candidate at Texas State University, and Rachel Kalisher, a doctoral candidate at Brown University.

It’s been long-established that menopause can have an effect on females’ bones. Less clear is how preceding life-cycle events, such as reproduction, can influence skeletal composition. To address this, the researchers studied the primary lamellar bone — the main type of bone in a mature skeleton. This aspect of the skeleton is an ideal part of the body to examine because it changes over time and leaves biological markers of these changes, allowing scientists to monitor alterations during the life span.

In the PLOS ONE study, the researchers examined the growth rate of lamellar bone in the femora, or thigh bones, of both female and male primates who had lived at the Sabana Seca Field Station in Puerto Rico and died of natural causes. Veterinarians at the field station had monitored and recorded information on these primates’ health and reproductive history, allowing the researchers to match bone-composition changes to life events with notable precision.

Cerrito and her colleagues used electron microscopy and energy-dispersive X-ray analysis — commonly deployed methods to gauge the chemical composition of tissue samples — to calculate changes in concentrations of calcium, phosphorus, oxygen, magnesium, and sodium in the primates’ bones.

Their results showed different concentrations of some of these elements in females who gave birth compared males as well as females who did not give birth. Specifically, in females who gave birth, calcium and phosphorus were lower in bone formed during reproductive events. Moreover, there was a significant decline in magnesium concentration during these primates’ breastfeeding of infants.

“Our research shows that even before the cessation of fertility the skeleton responds dynamically to changes in reproductive status,” says Cerrito, now a research fellow at ETH Zurich. “Moreover, these findings reaffirm the significant impact giving birth has on a female organism — quite simply, evidence of reproduction is ‘written in the bones’ for life.”

The research was supported by grants from the National Science Foundation (2018357) and the National Institutes of Health (1S10OD026989-01).

We would love to give thanks to the author of this article for this awesome material

Anthropologists find new ways female bones are permanently altered after giving birth

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1667374208) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(105) "Wild Bunch International unveils Cannes 2022 slate, includes new films by Ken Loach, Maïwenn (exclusive)" ["link"]=> string(151) "https://coolnspicy.com/movie-production-companies/wild-bunch-international-unveils-cannes-2022-slate-includes-new-films-by-ken-loach-maiwenn-exclusive/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Sally Scully" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 02 Nov 2022 07:17:19 +0000" ["category"]=> string(104) "Movie Production CompaniesBunchCannesEXCLUSIVEFilmsIncludesInternationalKenLoachMaïwennslateunveilsWild" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://coolnspicy.com/?p=56341" ["description"]=> string(779) "Wild Bunch International (WBI) will launch sales on Ken Loach’s new feature The Old Oak during Cannes and has released fresh details about the project. The production sees Loach return to northeast England, where he shot 2016 Palme d’Or winner I, Daniel Blakeand Sorry We Missed Youwhich also world premiered in Competition in Cannes in ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7201) "

Wild Bunch International (WBI) will launch sales on Ken Loach’s new feature The Old Oak during Cannes and has released fresh details about the project.

The production sees Loach return to northeast England, where he shot 2016 Palme d’Or winner I, Daniel Blakeand Sorry We Missed Youwhich also world premiered in Competition in Cannes in 2019.

It is set in a former coal-mining village that has never fully recovered from the closure of the mines. Its once-thriving, proud community struggles to keep old values alive amid growing anger and despondency, while few youngsters stick around.

An influx of Syrian refugees, drawn by the abundance of cheap and available housing, brings in fresh blood but it is not clear whether the community will accept them and what it means for the last remaining pub The Old Oak.

First confirmed cast members include Dave Turner, who had a supporting role in Sorry We Missed Youand big-screen newcomer Ebla Mari.

The production is lead-produced by Loach’s long-time producer Rebecca O’Brien at Sixteen Films with the backing of the BFI and BBC Film, in co-production with France’s Why Not Productions and Belgium’s Les Films Du Fleuve.

Sixteen Films co-partner and long-time Loach collaborator Paul Laverty has written the screenplay and cinematographer Robbie Ryan is also attached. The production is due to start shooting on May 19.

Other new projects on WBI’s Cannes slate include French director Maïwenn’s period drama Jeanne du Barry.

It is freely inspired by the life of Jeanne Bécu who was born as the illegitimate daughter of an impoverished seamstress in 1743 and went on to rise through the Court of Louis XV to become his last official mistress.

Maïwenn also wants to star as Jeanne du Barry opposite Johnny Depp as Louis XV. Other cast members will include Louis Garrel, Pierre Richard and Noemie Lvovsky.

It is produced Why Not Productions.

There have been numerous reports about the production in the French press, but this is the first time its details and cast have officially been confirmed.

Maïwenn has prepared a mood reel for the production and will be in Cannes to present the project to buyers and answer their questions about her plans for the production.

It marks Maïwenn’s sixth film after DNAwhich was selected for Cannes special 2020 label; My kingwhich debuted in Cannes Competition in 2015, winning Emanuelle Bercot best actress, and policies, which clinched the Cannes Jury Prize in 2011.

Other director presentations being lined up by WBI for Cannes include the market premiere of a new promo-reel for marine life documentary Whale Nation in the presence of filmmaker Jean-Albert Lièvre and his producers.

Cannes titles

WBI will be in Cannes this year with 14 titles making their debuts in Official Selection or one of the parallel sections.

Fresh Cannes title additions to its slate include Rachid Bouchareb’s Our Brothers in Cannes Premiere and Special Screenings documentary Feminist Answers by Marie Perennes and Simon Depardon.

Our Brothers explores the events surrounding the real-life killings in December 1986 of students Abdel Benyahia and Malik Oussekine by police officers in separate incidents in Paris, against the backdrop of student protests against education reforms.

It marks the 12th feature for Bouchareb, whose credits include the Oscar-nominated features Days Of Glory, Outside The Law and Dust Of Life. The

The company has also revealed that it is handling French director Simon Rieth’s first film Summer Scarswhich will world premiere in Competition in Critics’ Week.

The fantastical coming-of-age tale revolves around two brothers whose lives are changed forever by a dangerous game of chance while on holiday in the beach resort of Royan.

It is produced by Les Films Du Poisson and Spade, the production subsidiary of The Jokers Films, which is handling the French release.

Other recently announced additions include Un Certain Regard title Butterfly Vision by Ukrainian director Maksym Nakonechnyi.

Inspired by the experiences of women serving in Ukraine’s armed forces against Russian-backed separatists in the country’s eastern Donbas region since 2014, It revolves around a female Ukrainian aerial reconnaissance expert, who returns home after being held as a prisoner for many months.

Further previously announced titles on the WBI slate include Michel Hazanavicius’s zombie comedy and opening film Final Cut.

It is also handling five films in Competition, spanning Ali Abbasi’s Holy SpiderArnaud Desplechin’s Brother And SisterCristian Mungiu’s R.M.N.Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne’s Tori And Lokita and Claire Denis’s Stars At Noon.

In other Official Selection sections, it is also selling Midnight Screening selection Rebel by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah (aka Adil & Bilall) and Louis Garrel’s The Innocentwhich debuts Out of Competition.

The company is also selling Directors’ Fortnight selection The Five Devils by Lea Mysius.

Other previously announced titles on its slate expected to debut at festivals later this year include Alice Diop’s Saint OmerMounia Meddoor’s HouriaKim Chapiron’s Mercy (aka The Young Imam) and Jimmy Laporal-Tresor’s Rascals.

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Wild Bunch International unveils Cannes 2022 slate, includes new films by Ken Loach, Maïwenn (exclusive)

" } ["summary"]=> string(779) "Wild Bunch International (WBI) will launch sales on Ken Loach’s new feature The Old Oak during Cannes and has released fresh details about the project. The production sees Loach return to northeast England, where he shot 2016 Palme d’Or winner I, Daniel Blakeand Sorry We Missed Youwhich also world premiered in Competition in Cannes in ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7201) "

Wild Bunch International (WBI) will launch sales on Ken Loach’s new feature The Old Oak during Cannes and has released fresh details about the project.

The production sees Loach return to northeast England, where he shot 2016 Palme d’Or winner I, Daniel Blakeand Sorry We Missed Youwhich also world premiered in Competition in Cannes in 2019.

It is set in a former coal-mining village that has never fully recovered from the closure of the mines. Its once-thriving, proud community struggles to keep old values alive amid growing anger and despondency, while few youngsters stick around.

An influx of Syrian refugees, drawn by the abundance of cheap and available housing, brings in fresh blood but it is not clear whether the community will accept them and what it means for the last remaining pub The Old Oak.

First confirmed cast members include Dave Turner, who had a supporting role in Sorry We Missed Youand big-screen newcomer Ebla Mari.

The production is lead-produced by Loach’s long-time producer Rebecca O’Brien at Sixteen Films with the backing of the BFI and BBC Film, in co-production with France’s Why Not Productions and Belgium’s Les Films Du Fleuve.

Sixteen Films co-partner and long-time Loach collaborator Paul Laverty has written the screenplay and cinematographer Robbie Ryan is also attached. The production is due to start shooting on May 19.

Other new projects on WBI’s Cannes slate include French director Maïwenn’s period drama Jeanne du Barry.

It is freely inspired by the life of Jeanne Bécu who was born as the illegitimate daughter of an impoverished seamstress in 1743 and went on to rise through the Court of Louis XV to become his last official mistress.

Maïwenn also wants to star as Jeanne du Barry opposite Johnny Depp as Louis XV. Other cast members will include Louis Garrel, Pierre Richard and Noemie Lvovsky.

It is produced Why Not Productions.

There have been numerous reports about the production in the French press, but this is the first time its details and cast have officially been confirmed.

Maïwenn has prepared a mood reel for the production and will be in Cannes to present the project to buyers and answer their questions about her plans for the production.

It marks Maïwenn’s sixth film after DNAwhich was selected for Cannes special 2020 label; My kingwhich debuted in Cannes Competition in 2015, winning Emanuelle Bercot best actress, and policies, which clinched the Cannes Jury Prize in 2011.

Other director presentations being lined up by WBI for Cannes include the market premiere of a new promo-reel for marine life documentary Whale Nation in the presence of filmmaker Jean-Albert Lièvre and his producers.

Cannes titles

WBI will be in Cannes this year with 14 titles making their debuts in Official Selection or one of the parallel sections.

Fresh Cannes title additions to its slate include Rachid Bouchareb’s Our Brothers in Cannes Premiere and Special Screenings documentary Feminist Answers by Marie Perennes and Simon Depardon.

Our Brothers explores the events surrounding the real-life killings in December 1986 of students Abdel Benyahia and Malik Oussekine by police officers in separate incidents in Paris, against the backdrop of student protests against education reforms.

It marks the 12th feature for Bouchareb, whose credits include the Oscar-nominated features Days Of Glory, Outside The Law and Dust Of Life. The

The company has also revealed that it is handling French director Simon Rieth’s first film Summer Scarswhich will world premiere in Competition in Critics’ Week.

The fantastical coming-of-age tale revolves around two brothers whose lives are changed forever by a dangerous game of chance while on holiday in the beach resort of Royan.

It is produced by Les Films Du Poisson and Spade, the production subsidiary of The Jokers Films, which is handling the French release.

Other recently announced additions include Un Certain Regard title Butterfly Vision by Ukrainian director Maksym Nakonechnyi.

Inspired by the experiences of women serving in Ukraine’s armed forces against Russian-backed separatists in the country’s eastern Donbas region since 2014, It revolves around a female Ukrainian aerial reconnaissance expert, who returns home after being held as a prisoner for many months.

Further previously announced titles on the WBI slate include Michel Hazanavicius’s zombie comedy and opening film Final Cut.

It is also handling five films in Competition, spanning Ali Abbasi’s Holy SpiderArnaud Desplechin’s Brother And SisterCristian Mungiu’s R.M.N.Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne’s Tori And Lokita and Claire Denis’s Stars At Noon.

In other Official Selection sections, it is also selling Midnight Screening selection Rebel by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah (aka Adil & Bilall) and Louis Garrel’s The Innocentwhich debuts Out of Competition.

The company is also selling Directors’ Fortnight selection The Five Devils by Lea Mysius.

Other previously announced titles on its slate expected to debut at festivals later this year include Alice Diop’s Saint OmerMounia Meddoor’s HouriaKim Chapiron’s Mercy (aka The Young Imam) and Jimmy Laporal-Tresor’s Rascals.

We would love to thank the writer of this write-up for this awesome content

Wild Bunch International unveils Cannes 2022 slate, includes new films by Ken Loach, Maïwenn (exclusive)

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1667373439) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(89) "Scientists uncover new clues about the climate and health impact of atmospheric particles" ["link"]=> string(130) "https://coolnspicy.com/healthandscience/scientists-uncover-new-clues-about-the-climate-and-health-impact-of-atmospheric-particles/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 02 Nov 2022 06:13:47 +0000" ["category"]=> string(79) "Health And Scienceatmosphericclimateclueshealthimpactparticlesscientistsuncover" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://coolnspicy.com/?p=56336" ["description"]=> string(704) "Journal Reference: Mahrt, F., Peng, L., Zaks, J., Huang, Y., Ohno, P. E., Smith, N. R., Gregson, F. K. A., Qin, Y., Faiola, C. L., Martin, S. T., Nizkorodov, S. A., Ammann, M., and Bertram, A. K. Not all types of secondary organic aerosol mix: two phases observed when mixing different secondary organic aerosol types. ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4603) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Mahrt, F., Peng, L., Zaks, J., Huang, Y., Ohno, P. E., Smith, N. R., Gregson, F. K. A., Qin, Y., Faiola, C. L., Martin, S. T., Nizkorodov, S. A., Ammann, M., and Bertram, A. K. Not all types of secondary organic aerosol mix: two phases observed when mixing different secondary organic aerosol types. Atmos. Chem. Phys, 2022 DOI: 10.5194/acp-22-13783-2022

Secondary organic aerosol (SOA) particles are ubiquitous in the atmosphere and play an important role in air quality and climate. They can add to air pollution and damage the lungs, as well as help deflect solar radiation or aid cloud formation.

Different types of SOA can mix together in a single particle and their environmental impacts are governed by the new particles’ physical and chemical properties, particularly the number of phases — or states — it can exist in.

In a new research letter published in the European Geosciences Union’s open access journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, an international team of researchers found that particles with two phases can form when different types of SOA mix. The finding could help improve current models that predict SOA climate and health effects.

“Up until now, models have often assumed that when SOA types mix into the same particle, they have just one phase. But we found that’s not always the case, meaning current models might not correctly capture some of these effects,” says lead author Fabian Mahrt, a postdoctoral fellow at the Paul Scherrer Institute and UBC Department of Chemistry. The work was funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program.

The team found that six out of 15 mixtures of two SOA types commonly found in the atmosphere resulted in two-phase particles. Importantly, they also discovered that the number of phases depends on the difference in the average oxygen-to-carbon ratio between the given SOA types. It’s a fairly simple but potentially powerful way to represent such effects in models. When this difference is 0.47 or higher, the researchers found particles would have two phases.

“Now we can work with very complex organic molecules, calculate a single parameter which gives us information about the properties of a particular SOA mixture, and then potentially map quite large-scale impacts,” says aerosol scientist and senior author Allan Bertram, professor in the UBC Department of Chemistry.

This kind of SOA mixing might occur include when plumes of SOA particles, which have been in the atmosphere for some time, blow from rural environments over cities where newly produced SOA particles are being emitted, explains Mahrt.

“If we assume this mixing of the plumes forms particles with a single phase, we might over-predict the total organic particulate mass in these areas, and so, the effects on those people’s health.” The team of scientists hopes the finding can help improve models and ultimately ensure that policies and regulations are based on a rigorous scientific understanding.

Building on previous work, the researchers used fluorescence microscopy to look inside the mixed SOA particles in their current experiments, injecting them with a dye that causes the particle phases to emit different coloured light depending on their polarity. The researchers then used these colours to directly infer the number of phases of the mixtures, providing a direct visual proof of multiple phases.

“The study is evidence that we need to look at this phenomenon more carefully to get the full picture. We have one more piece of the puzzle but we have not necessarily finished the jigsaw yet,” says Mahrt. The research team hopes other scientists will now extend the number of SOA mixtures experimentally, as well as include the findings in atmospheric models going forward.

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Scientists uncover new clues about the climate and health impact of atmospheric particles

" } ["summary"]=> string(704) "Journal Reference: Mahrt, F., Peng, L., Zaks, J., Huang, Y., Ohno, P. E., Smith, N. R., Gregson, F. K. A., Qin, Y., Faiola, C. L., Martin, S. T., Nizkorodov, S. A., Ammann, M., and Bertram, A. K. Not all types of secondary organic aerosol mix: two phases observed when mixing different secondary organic aerosol types. ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4603) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Mahrt, F., Peng, L., Zaks, J., Huang, Y., Ohno, P. E., Smith, N. R., Gregson, F. K. A., Qin, Y., Faiola, C. L., Martin, S. T., Nizkorodov, S. A., Ammann, M., and Bertram, A. K. Not all types of secondary organic aerosol mix: two phases observed when mixing different secondary organic aerosol types. Atmos. Chem. Phys, 2022 DOI: 10.5194/acp-22-13783-2022

Secondary organic aerosol (SOA) particles are ubiquitous in the atmosphere and play an important role in air quality and climate. They can add to air pollution and damage the lungs, as well as help deflect solar radiation or aid cloud formation.

Different types of SOA can mix together in a single particle and their environmental impacts are governed by the new particles’ physical and chemical properties, particularly the number of phases — or states — it can exist in.

In a new research letter published in the European Geosciences Union’s open access journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, an international team of researchers found that particles with two phases can form when different types of SOA mix. The finding could help improve current models that predict SOA climate and health effects.

“Up until now, models have often assumed that when SOA types mix into the same particle, they have just one phase. But we found that’s not always the case, meaning current models might not correctly capture some of these effects,” says lead author Fabian Mahrt, a postdoctoral fellow at the Paul Scherrer Institute and UBC Department of Chemistry. The work was funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program.

The team found that six out of 15 mixtures of two SOA types commonly found in the atmosphere resulted in two-phase particles. Importantly, they also discovered that the number of phases depends on the difference in the average oxygen-to-carbon ratio between the given SOA types. It’s a fairly simple but potentially powerful way to represent such effects in models. When this difference is 0.47 or higher, the researchers found particles would have two phases.

“Now we can work with very complex organic molecules, calculate a single parameter which gives us information about the properties of a particular SOA mixture, and then potentially map quite large-scale impacts,” says aerosol scientist and senior author Allan Bertram, professor in the UBC Department of Chemistry.

This kind of SOA mixing might occur include when plumes of SOA particles, which have been in the atmosphere for some time, blow from rural environments over cities where newly produced SOA particles are being emitted, explains Mahrt.

“If we assume this mixing of the plumes forms particles with a single phase, we might over-predict the total organic particulate mass in these areas, and so, the effects on those people’s health.” The team of scientists hopes the finding can help improve models and ultimately ensure that policies and regulations are based on a rigorous scientific understanding.

Building on previous work, the researchers used fluorescence microscopy to look inside the mixed SOA particles in their current experiments, injecting them with a dye that causes the particle phases to emit different coloured light depending on their polarity. The researchers then used these colours to directly infer the number of phases of the mixtures, providing a direct visual proof of multiple phases.

“The study is evidence that we need to look at this phenomenon more carefully to get the full picture. We have one more piece of the puzzle but we have not necessarily finished the jigsaw yet,” says Mahrt. The research team hopes other scientists will now extend the number of SOA mixtures experimentally, as well as include the findings in atmospheric models going forward.

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Scientists uncover new clues about the climate and health impact of atmospheric particles

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1667369627) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(35) "Does Ryan Reynolds own Mint Mobile?" ["link"]=> string(74) "https://coolnspicy.com/trending-people/does-ryan-reynolds-own-mint-mobile/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Pauline Moonlky" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 02 Nov 2022 05:04:45 +0000" ["category"]=> string(37) "Trending PeopleMintmobileReynoldsRyan" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://coolnspicy.com/?p=56329" ["description"]=> string(578) "Lewis Storey/Getty Images When a celebrity reaches a certain level of fame, it’s natural for them to branch out into other things. Many celebrities start companies in fields unrelated to their original industry — for instance, Kim Kardashian has her beauty companies, Kristen Bell makes plant-based baby products, and Dan Aykroyd has his vodka. Due to ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5818) "

Lewis Storey/Getty Images

When a celebrity reaches a certain level of fame, it’s natural for them to branch out into other things. Many celebrities start companies in fields unrelated to their original industry — for instance, Kim Kardashian has her beauty companies, Kristen Bell makes plant-based baby products, and Dan Aykroyd has his vodka. Due to his starring roles in all of their commercials, many people wonder if Ryan Reynolds owns Mint Mobile, the mobile telecoms company that offers mobile plans from $15 a month.

Here is everything you need to know about this company and Reynold’s link to it.

Is Mint Mobile owned by Ryan Reynolds?

Mint Mobile didn’t start life as Mint Mobile. In 2015, company Ultra Mobile formed a subsidiary company called Mint SIM. The two key people behind this were David Glickman and Rizwan Kassim, with the former being the founder of Ultra Mobile.

Like Mint Mobile, Ultra Mobile was known for selling low-cost prepaid phone plans designed for unlocked phones. This set them apart from most companies that sold long-term contracts and used locked phones. It was decided to break Mint SIM away from Ultra Mobile, and this was done in 2019.

According to Glickman, this spin-off was due to Reynolds, as both Reynolds and Glickman had served on The Michael J. Fox Foundation board of directors. Talking to magazine IncGlickman said:

“We spun off Mint Mobile only because Ryan Reynolds wanted to buy an ownership stake in it.”

Once Mint SIM was fully broken away, Ryan Reynolds entered the scene. He bought an ownership stake in the company, rumored to be between 20% and 25%. This means Ryan Reynolds is an owner of the company.

When he acquired the stake in 2019, Reynolds made a statement that said:

“Celebrities generally invest in high-end products like skincare brands or delicious gin companies. Yet Mint is making wireless way more affordable at a time when the average American is paying 65 dollars a month. I’m excited to champion a more practical approach to the most essential technology.”

In the Inc interview, Glickman explained why he wanted Reynolds on board with the project, saying:

“For several years, Ryan and I were both board members of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. I watched him do his unique brand of guerrilla marketing on Deadpool, a movie he starred in and co-produced. He was given a next-to-nothing budget and had to do it all on his own and it became the highest-grossing R-rated movie at the time. Then, he did it again with Aviation American Gin, which was almost unheard of when he bought an ownership stake in 2018.

Last year, alcohol giant Dia-geo bought it for up to $610 million; the final sale price hinges on the company’s performance over the next few years. I said to him, “If you can do that with a wireless company, it’d be worth tens of billions of dollars. Why don’t you just come in here and do that with Mint?” I’m still the CEO of both companies, but he created all the Mint Mobile marketing you see. Whether he’s in it or not. “

But he goes on to point out that Reynolds isn’t just doing the advertising and that the actor is actually a major driving force behind the scenes, adding that:

“He demands that we have the highest level of customer care in the entire wireless industry. We say we have the lowest customer churn of anyone in the industry because, as Ryan likes to say, “we don’t hate you.” It’s not just a celebrity endorsement; he is the owner, and I’d partner with him on a business venture if his celebrity brought nothing to the table.”

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Does Ryan Reynolds own Mint Mobile?

" } ["summary"]=> string(578) "Lewis Storey/Getty Images When a celebrity reaches a certain level of fame, it’s natural for them to branch out into other things. Many celebrities start companies in fields unrelated to their original industry — for instance, Kim Kardashian has her beauty companies, Kristen Bell makes plant-based baby products, and Dan Aykroyd has his vodka. Due to ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5818) "

Lewis Storey/Getty Images

When a celebrity reaches a certain level of fame, it’s natural for them to branch out into other things. Many celebrities start companies in fields unrelated to their original industry — for instance, Kim Kardashian has her beauty companies, Kristen Bell makes plant-based baby products, and Dan Aykroyd has his vodka. Due to his starring roles in all of their commercials, many people wonder if Ryan Reynolds owns Mint Mobile, the mobile telecoms company that offers mobile plans from $15 a month.

Here is everything you need to know about this company and Reynold’s link to it.

Is Mint Mobile owned by Ryan Reynolds?

Mint Mobile didn’t start life as Mint Mobile. In 2015, company Ultra Mobile formed a subsidiary company called Mint SIM. The two key people behind this were David Glickman and Rizwan Kassim, with the former being the founder of Ultra Mobile.

Like Mint Mobile, Ultra Mobile was known for selling low-cost prepaid phone plans designed for unlocked phones. This set them apart from most companies that sold long-term contracts and used locked phones. It was decided to break Mint SIM away from Ultra Mobile, and this was done in 2019.

According to Glickman, this spin-off was due to Reynolds, as both Reynolds and Glickman had served on The Michael J. Fox Foundation board of directors. Talking to magazine IncGlickman said:

“We spun off Mint Mobile only because Ryan Reynolds wanted to buy an ownership stake in it.”

Once Mint SIM was fully broken away, Ryan Reynolds entered the scene. He bought an ownership stake in the company, rumored to be between 20% and 25%. This means Ryan Reynolds is an owner of the company.

When he acquired the stake in 2019, Reynolds made a statement that said:

“Celebrities generally invest in high-end products like skincare brands or delicious gin companies. Yet Mint is making wireless way more affordable at a time when the average American is paying 65 dollars a month. I’m excited to champion a more practical approach to the most essential technology.”

In the Inc interview, Glickman explained why he wanted Reynolds on board with the project, saying:

“For several years, Ryan and I were both board members of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. I watched him do his unique brand of guerrilla marketing on Deadpool, a movie he starred in and co-produced. He was given a next-to-nothing budget and had to do it all on his own and it became the highest-grossing R-rated movie at the time. Then, he did it again with Aviation American Gin, which was almost unheard of when he bought an ownership stake in 2018.

Last year, alcohol giant Dia-geo bought it for up to $610 million; the final sale price hinges on the company’s performance over the next few years. I said to him, “If you can do that with a wireless company, it’d be worth tens of billions of dollars. Why don’t you just come in here and do that with Mint?” I’m still the CEO of both companies, but he created all the Mint Mobile marketing you see. Whether he’s in it or not. “

But he goes on to point out that Reynolds isn’t just doing the advertising and that the actor is actually a major driving force behind the scenes, adding that:

“He demands that we have the highest level of customer care in the entire wireless industry. We say we have the lowest customer churn of anyone in the industry because, as Ryan likes to say, “we don’t hate you.” It’s not just a celebrity endorsement; he is the owner, and I’d partner with him on a business venture if his celebrity brought nothing to the table.”

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Does Ryan Reynolds own Mint Mobile?

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1667365485) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(24) "Ultra-cold mini twisters" ["link"]=> string(65) "https://coolnspicy.com/healthandscience/ultra-cold-mini-twisters/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 02 Nov 2022 04:57:04 +0000" ["category"]=> string(39) "Health And ScienceMinitwistersultracold" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://coolnspicy.com/?p=56324" ["description"]=> string(588) "Journal Reference: Lauritz Klaus, Thomas Bland, Elena Poli, Claudia Politi, Giacomo Lamporesi, Eva Casotti, Russell N. Bisset, Manfred J. Mark, Francesca Ferlaino. Observation of vortices and vortex stripes in a dipolar condensate. Nature Physics, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41567-022-01793-8 Vortices are ubiquitous in nature: Whirling up water can create swirls. When the atmosphere is stirred up, huge ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3702) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Lauritz Klaus, Thomas Bland, Elena Poli, Claudia Politi, Giacomo Lamporesi, Eva Casotti, Russell N. Bisset, Manfred J. Mark, Francesca Ferlaino. Observation of vortices and vortex stripes in a dipolar condensate. Nature Physics, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41567-022-01793-8

Vortices are ubiquitous in nature: Whirling up water can create swirls. When the atmosphere is stirred up, huge tornadoes can form. This is also the case in the quantum world, except that there many identical vortices are being formed simultaneously — the vortex is quantized. In many quantum gases, such quantized vortices have already been demonstrated. “This is interesting because such vortices are a clear indication of the frictionless flow of a quantum gas — the so-called superfluidity,” says Francesca Ferlaino from the Department of Experimental Physics at the University of Innsbruck and the Institute of Quantum Optics and Quantum Information at the Austrian Academy of Sciences.

Ferlaino and her team are researching quantum gases made of strongly magnetic elements. For such dipolar quantum gases, in which atoms are highly connected to each other, quantum vortices could not be demonstrated so far. Scientists have developed a new method: “We use the directionality of our quantum gas of dysprosium, whose atoms behave like many small magnets, to stir the gas,” explains Manfred Mark from Francesca Ferlaino’s team. To do this, the scientists apply a magnetic field to their quantum gas in such a way that this initially round, pancake-shaped gas becomes elliptically deformed due to magnetostriction. This idea, as simple as it is powerful, originated from a theoretical proposal a few years ago by the Newcastle University theoretical team, led by Nick Parker and of which Thomas Bland, the paper’s second author, was a member. “By rotating the magnetic field, we can rotate the quantum gas,” explains Lauritz Klaus, first author of the current paper. “If it spins fast enough, then small vortices form in the quantum gas. This is how the gas tries to balance the angular momentum.” At sufficiently high rotational speeds, peculiar stripes of vortices form along the magnetic field. These are a special characteristic of dipolar quantum gases and have now been observed for the first time at the University of Innsbruck, Austria.

The new method, now presented in Nature Physics, will be used to study superfluidity in supersolid states in which quantum matter is simultaneously solid and liquid. “It is indeed still a major open question the degree of superfluid character in the newly discovered supersolid states, and this question remains still very little studied today.”

The work was done in cooperation with Giacomo Lamporesi from the University of Trento, Italy, and the theorist Russell Bisset from the University of Innsbruck, and was financially supported by the European Research Council ERC, the Austrian Science Fund FWF and the Austrian Academy of Sciences ÖAW, among others.

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Ultra-cold mini twisters

" } ["summary"]=> string(588) "Journal Reference: Lauritz Klaus, Thomas Bland, Elena Poli, Claudia Politi, Giacomo Lamporesi, Eva Casotti, Russell N. Bisset, Manfred J. Mark, Francesca Ferlaino. Observation of vortices and vortex stripes in a dipolar condensate. Nature Physics, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41567-022-01793-8 Vortices are ubiquitous in nature: Whirling up water can create swirls. When the atmosphere is stirred up, huge ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(3702) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Lauritz Klaus, Thomas Bland, Elena Poli, Claudia Politi, Giacomo Lamporesi, Eva Casotti, Russell N. Bisset, Manfred J. Mark, Francesca Ferlaino. Observation of vortices and vortex stripes in a dipolar condensate. Nature Physics, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41567-022-01793-8

Vortices are ubiquitous in nature: Whirling up water can create swirls. When the atmosphere is stirred up, huge tornadoes can form. This is also the case in the quantum world, except that there many identical vortices are being formed simultaneously — the vortex is quantized. In many quantum gases, such quantized vortices have already been demonstrated. “This is interesting because such vortices are a clear indication of the frictionless flow of a quantum gas — the so-called superfluidity,” says Francesca Ferlaino from the Department of Experimental Physics at the University of Innsbruck and the Institute of Quantum Optics and Quantum Information at the Austrian Academy of Sciences.

Ferlaino and her team are researching quantum gases made of strongly magnetic elements. For such dipolar quantum gases, in which atoms are highly connected to each other, quantum vortices could not be demonstrated so far. Scientists have developed a new method: “We use the directionality of our quantum gas of dysprosium, whose atoms behave like many small magnets, to stir the gas,” explains Manfred Mark from Francesca Ferlaino’s team. To do this, the scientists apply a magnetic field to their quantum gas in such a way that this initially round, pancake-shaped gas becomes elliptically deformed due to magnetostriction. This idea, as simple as it is powerful, originated from a theoretical proposal a few years ago by the Newcastle University theoretical team, led by Nick Parker and of which Thomas Bland, the paper’s second author, was a member. “By rotating the magnetic field, we can rotate the quantum gas,” explains Lauritz Klaus, first author of the current paper. “If it spins fast enough, then small vortices form in the quantum gas. This is how the gas tries to balance the angular momentum.” At sufficiently high rotational speeds, peculiar stripes of vortices form along the magnetic field. These are a special characteristic of dipolar quantum gases and have now been observed for the first time at the University of Innsbruck, Austria.

The new method, now presented in Nature Physics, will be used to study superfluidity in supersolid states in which quantum matter is simultaneously solid and liquid. “It is indeed still a major open question the degree of superfluid character in the newly discovered supersolid states, and this question remains still very little studied today.”

The work was done in cooperation with Giacomo Lamporesi from the University of Trento, Italy, and the theorist Russell Bisset from the University of Innsbruck, and was financially supported by the European Research Council ERC, the Austrian Science Fund FWF and the Austrian Academy of Sciences ÖAW, among others.

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Ultra-cold mini twisters

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1667365024) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(81) "Emilia Clarke was excited to confirm the Jon Snow series: “It’s happening!”" ["link"]=> string(106) "https://coolnspicy.com/celebrity/emilia-clarke-was-excited-to-confirm-the-jon-snow-series-its-happening-3/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Sally Scully" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 02 Nov 2022 04:17:14 +0000" ["category"]=> string(57) "CelebrityClarkeconfirmEmiliaexcitedhappeningJonseriesSnow" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://coolnspicy.com/?p=56318" ["description"]=> string(652) "No more than good news for fans of Game of Thrones: it is that House of the Dragon, the prequel series that HBO Max will premiere in August and will tell how the Targaryen House became one of the most powerful in the Seven Kingdoms, a Jon Snow spin-off will be added later that will ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(11903) "

No more than good news for fans of Game of Thrones: it is that House of the Dragon, the prequel series that HBO Max will premiere in August and will tell how the Targaryen House became one of the most powerful in the Seven Kingdoms, a Jon Snow spin-off will be added later that will come from the hand of nothing more and nothing less than its interpreter: Kit Harington.

The news was confirmed, perhaps inadvertently, by Emilia Clarke. In an interview with the BBC, the actress who gave life to the intrepid Daenerys Targaryen, or Khaleesi, “Mother of Dragons”first commented that she is anxious to see what the prequel will be like and that it will be strange to see it from the outside.

“I’m going to watch this as a fresh viewer because it’s a billion years before our show, so it’s going to feel differentClarke explained.

Is Daenerys Targaryen back? “I don’t think so,” her actress, Emilia Clarke, simply replied.

Later, when the journalist told him about the rumors that Kit Harington reprise his role as Jon Snow in a sequel, Clarke confided: “He has told me. And I know it exists. It’s happening!”.

Subsequently, he stated that from the beginning the project was “conceived by Kit Harington”. When asked about a possible return of Daenerys Targaryen to the screen, the actress answered, not very sure: “” No, I think I’m done [con ese rol]”.

Clarke gave this interview as part of his return to the British stage with Seagull, from Chekhov. Before talking about this great challenge, he recalled his theatrical debut very funny: it was on Broadway, in 2013, with Breakfast at Tiffany’s. “It was a catastrophic failure”, he remembered. “I just wasn’t ready. I was definitely not ready. It was a baby. She was so young and so inexperienced…” she explained.

Emilia Clarke also recalled her eventful theatrical debut on Broadway
Emilia Clarke also recalled her eventful theatrical debut on Broadway

In relation to this new theatrical opportunity, Clarke admitted that she is petrified with fear and that she is weighed by the fact that many people go to see her for her participation in the successful fantasy series. “I am deeply aware of the fact that there will be people who love Game of Thrones and see it like this,” he told the BBC. “It’s 10 times scarier because there will be people waiting to go to say: ‘She can only act in front of the camera, clearly she can’t act on stage’, which is obviously the biggest fear”, he confided.

Despite those misgivings, Clarke was excited by the possibility that this interpretation of uA play written in 1895 encouraged a different audience to go to the theater. “Hopefully, they will come and go. ‘We just came to see the Mother of Dragons, oh so frustrating, she’s not on a dragon, this is not what I paid for.’ Spoiler alert: I am not on a dragon at any point during this play.”, he explained between laughs. “But hopefully what they will take away, as a kind of little extra, is that they can enjoy this work that they otherwise would not have seen,” she closed.

In the last season of Game of ThronesJon Snow discovered that his real name was Aegon Targaryen, and therefore, a legitimate heir to the iron throne. For that role, Harington was twice nominated for an Emmy Award.

Jon Snow and his friend Tormund Giantsbane, "the giant slayer"
Jon Snow and his friend Tormund Giantsbane, “the giant slayer”Game of Thrones / HBO

While a Jon Snow sequel is in development, the decision doesn’t mean there’s a definitive green light. How does the site cite culture leisure, HBO has already canceled its first series derived from Game of Thrones after shooting the pilot and investing ten million dollars. It was a prequel set thousands of years before the original series, even before the Targaryens conquered Westeros, which was to star Naomi Watts.

However, the situation is different for House of the Dragon, the prequel that recreates the story just 200 years before the fiction that became a hit during its eight seasons. HBO has already announced that it will broadcast the long-awaited first chapter on Sunday, August 21and then it will be available on your platform streaming.

After passing through Game of Thrones, Harington has appeared in the Marvel universe, as one of the characters in Eternals in 2021. In addition, she embodied the main role in the live production of Enrique V, based on a play by William Shakespeare, from the National Theater in London.

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Emilia Clarke was excited to confirm the Jon Snow series: “It’s happening!”

" } ["summary"]=> string(652) "No more than good news for fans of Game of Thrones: it is that House of the Dragon, the prequel series that HBO Max will premiere in August and will tell how the Targaryen House became one of the most powerful in the Seven Kingdoms, a Jon Snow spin-off will be added later that will ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(11903) "

No more than good news for fans of Game of Thrones: it is that House of the Dragon, the prequel series that HBO Max will premiere in August and will tell how the Targaryen House became one of the most powerful in the Seven Kingdoms, a Jon Snow spin-off will be added later that will come from the hand of nothing more and nothing less than its interpreter: Kit Harington.

The news was confirmed, perhaps inadvertently, by Emilia Clarke. In an interview with the BBC, the actress who gave life to the intrepid Daenerys Targaryen, or Khaleesi, “Mother of Dragons”first commented that she is anxious to see what the prequel will be like and that it will be strange to see it from the outside.

“I’m going to watch this as a fresh viewer because it’s a billion years before our show, so it’s going to feel differentClarke explained.

Is Daenerys Targaryen back? “I don’t think so,” her actress, Emilia Clarke, simply replied.

Later, when the journalist told him about the rumors that Kit Harington reprise his role as Jon Snow in a sequel, Clarke confided: “He has told me. And I know it exists. It’s happening!”.

Subsequently, he stated that from the beginning the project was “conceived by Kit Harington”. When asked about a possible return of Daenerys Targaryen to the screen, the actress answered, not very sure: “” No, I think I’m done [con ese rol]”.

Clarke gave this interview as part of his return to the British stage with Seagull, from Chekhov. Before talking about this great challenge, he recalled his theatrical debut very funny: it was on Broadway, in 2013, with Breakfast at Tiffany’s. “It was a catastrophic failure”, he remembered. “I just wasn’t ready. I was definitely not ready. It was a baby. She was so young and so inexperienced…” she explained.

Emilia Clarke also recalled her eventful theatrical debut on Broadway
Emilia Clarke also recalled her eventful theatrical debut on Broadway

In relation to this new theatrical opportunity, Clarke admitted that she is petrified with fear and that she is weighed by the fact that many people go to see her for her participation in the successful fantasy series. “I am deeply aware of the fact that there will be people who love Game of Thrones and see it like this,” he told the BBC. “It’s 10 times scarier because there will be people waiting to go to say: ‘She can only act in front of the camera, clearly she can’t act on stage’, which is obviously the biggest fear”, he confided.

Despite those misgivings, Clarke was excited by the possibility that this interpretation of uA play written in 1895 encouraged a different audience to go to the theater. “Hopefully, they will come and go. ‘We just came to see the Mother of Dragons, oh so frustrating, she’s not on a dragon, this is not what I paid for.’ Spoiler alert: I am not on a dragon at any point during this play.”, he explained between laughs. “But hopefully what they will take away, as a kind of little extra, is that they can enjoy this work that they otherwise would not have seen,” she closed.

In the last season of Game of ThronesJon Snow discovered that his real name was Aegon Targaryen, and therefore, a legitimate heir to the iron throne. For that role, Harington was twice nominated for an Emmy Award.

Jon Snow and his friend Tormund Giantsbane, "the giant slayer"
Jon Snow and his friend Tormund Giantsbane, “the giant slayer”Game of Thrones / HBO

While a Jon Snow sequel is in development, the decision doesn’t mean there’s a definitive green light. How does the site cite culture leisure, HBO has already canceled its first series derived from Game of Thrones after shooting the pilot and investing ten million dollars. It was a prequel set thousands of years before the original series, even before the Targaryens conquered Westeros, which was to star Naomi Watts.

However, the situation is different for House of the Dragon, the prequel that recreates the story just 200 years before the fiction that became a hit during its eight seasons. HBO has already announced that it will broadcast the long-awaited first chapter on Sunday, August 21and then it will be available on your platform streaming.

After passing through Game of Thrones, Harington has appeared in the Marvel universe, as one of the characters in Eternals in 2021. In addition, she embodied the main role in the live production of Enrique V, based on a play by William Shakespeare, from the National Theater in London.

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