Multiple Problems with the Multiverse

first_imgThis is quite a strong statement from UC San Diego physicist Brian Keating, especially since a friend reports being in the audience for a talk Dr. Keating gave just a few years ago where he was taking what sounds like a very different line. Tags”leap of faith”Brian Keatingcosmic fine-tuningcosmologyimprobabilityintelligent designJay Richardslifemultiverseparallel universesphysicsPragerUspecificationStephen Meyerstring theorytheismUC San Diego,Trending Email Print Google+ Linkedin Twitter Share Physics, Earth & Space Multiple Problems with the MultiverseDavid [email protected]_klinghofferApril 26, 2018, 5:27 PM Origin of Life: Brian Miller Distills a Debate Between Dave Farina and James Tour “A Summary of the Evidence for Intelligent Design”: The Study Guide Requesting a (Partial) Retraction from Darrel Falk and BioLogos Email Print Google+ Linkedin Twitter Sharecenter_img In a brief video for PragerU, he explains the multiverse solution to the problem of apparent cosmic fine-tuning with its theistic implications. PragerU videos are based on the premise that anything can be explained in under five minutes, which I tend to agree with. Keating concludes that both scenarios, theism and the multiverse, require a “leap of faith,” except that the theist is honest enough to admit as much while multiverse proponent likely isn’t.There’s more you could say about what’s problematic about the multiverse scenario. Stephen Meyer wrote here the other day:To explain the vast improbabilities associated with these fine-tuning parameters, some physicists have postulated not a “fine-tuner” or intelligent designer, but the existence of a vast number of other parallel universes. This “multiverse” concept also necessarily posits various mechanisms for producing these universes. On this view, having some mechanism for generating new universes would increase the number of opportunities for a life-friendly universe such as our own to arise — making ours something like a lucky winner of a cosmic lottery.But advocates of these multiverse proposals have overlooked an obvious problem. The speculative cosmologies (such as inflationary cosmology and string theory) they propose for generating alternative universes invariably invoke mechanisms that themselves require fine-tuning, thus begging the question as to the origin of that prior fine-tuning. Indeed, all the various materialistic explanations for the origin of the fine-tuning — i.e., the explanations that attempt to explain the fine-tuning without invoking intelligent design — invariably invoke prior unexplained fine-tuning.Moreover, as Jay Richards has shown, the fine-tuning of the universe exhibits precisely those features — extreme improbability and functional specification — that invariably trigger an awareness of, and justify an inference to, intelligent design. Since the multiverse theory cannot explain fine-tuning without invoking prior fine-tuning, and since the fine-tuning of a physical system to accomplish a propitious end is exactly the kind of thing we know intelligent agents do, it follows that intelligent design stands as the best explanation for the fine-tuning of the universe.“During that talk” in 2015, says our friend, Keating “gave ZERO indications that he was friendly to a cosmic-design viewpoint.” Has Dr. Keating undergone some evolution of his own on this issue in the meantime? If so, good for him! Share Jane Goodall Meets the God Hypothesis Congratulations to Science Magazine for an Honest Portrayal of Darwin’s Descent of Man Recommended A Physician Describes How Behe Changed His MindLife’s Origin — A “Mystery” Made AccessibleCodes Are Not Products of PhysicsIxnay on the Ambriancay PlosionexhayDesign Triangulation: My Thanksgiving Gift to Alllast_img read more

Mobile startup Lila Games raises $2.8m

first_imgMobile startup Lila Games raises $2.8mIndian developer attracts investment from execs at Super Evil Megacorp and Machine ZoneJames BatchelorEditor-in-ChiefTuesday 17th November 2020Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareLila Games, an India-based mobile developer, has secured $2.8 million during its seed financing round.The studio, currently in its early stages, will specialise in free-to-play mobile shooters, although claims it plans to differentiate itself by focusing on “highly innovative and emotional game experiences.” The studio was founded by: Joseph Kim, a former chief product officer at Sega; Paul Leydon, former lead game designer at Game of War developer MZ; and Avinash Pandey, who graduated from the Y Combinator program and has led development on over 50 apps and games.Related JobsSenior QA Engineer Gaming Studio Baltic Region UK & Europe Big PlanetLead Game Programmer – Quebec Province Quebec Big PlanetSenior Build Engineer – AAA Studio – Yorkshire UK & Europe Big PlanetDiscover more jobs in games Investment was led by Bitkraft Ventures, with other participants such as Galaxy Interactive and several games industry angel investors. These included Machine Zone co-founder Mike Sherrill, Super Evil Megacorp CEO Krisitan Segerstrale, and CMUNE CEO Ludovic Bodin.The funding will be used to hire more staff in India across all disciplines, including game design, art, development and product management.Lila Games is currently working on Project Black, which CEO Kim describes as “the most ambitious mobile shooter game ever designer.”Celebrating employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Mobile newsletter and get the best of in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesEpic Games claims Fortnite is at “full penetration” on consoleAsserts that mobile with the biggest growth potential as it fights for restoration to iOS App StoreBy James Batchelor 2 hours agoSupercell ordered to pay Gree $92m in lawsuitJury found developer had infringed on six patents protecting Gree’s technologyBy Danielle Partis YesterdayLatest comments Sign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now.last_img read more

Twelve Orioles thoughts following 5-4 win over Yankees

first_imgWith the Orioles rallying to beat the New York Yankees in a 5-4 final to win their fourth straight to start the season, I’ve offered a dozen thoughts, each in 50 words or less:1. The home run is their calling card, but the Orioles used some unlikely small ball to win Saturday’s game as Mark Trumbo stole second base off Dellin Betances before Hyun Soo Kim delivered the eventual game-winning RBI single on the next pitch. Go figure.2. It hasn’t always looked easy, but the Orioles bullpen delivered 4 1/3 shutout innings to add to their season total of 16 2/3 scoreless frames over the first four games. Buck Showalter has taken advantage of two off-days to use Zach Britton and Brad Brach in every contest.3. After being called out on a borderline third strike with the bases loaded in the fifth, Kim showed impressive poise in his encounter with Betances to work a full count before picking up his third hit of the night to give Baltimore the lead.4. Trumbo also had a great at-bat against Betances as he stayed back on his slow breaking ball to line an RBI single into left after being late on his mid-90s fastball on the previous pitch. You don’t see that success often against the Yankees reliever.5. His teammates picked him up, but Kevin Gausman having command problems for the second straight start is a little disconcerting since he’s rarely had issues with walks in the past. He couldn’t locate his fastball and has walked seven in his first 10 innings of work.6. There was debate over Gausman’s balk that plated the third New York run, but you’d really prefer his focus to be on retiring Starlin Castro with two outs in the fifth inning instead of worrying about catcher Austin Romine running at third base.7. It was a bummer seeing young Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez leave the game with a right biceps injury. He’s going to the disabled list, but you hope it’s nothing serious for such a talented young player.8. J.J. Hardy left the bases loaded in the fourth inning and is just 1-for-13 with an infield single to begin the season. It’s obviously early, but you’d like to see him hitting the ball with more authority on the heels of the back problem that disrupted his spring.9. He made up for it with an RBI single and a walk later in the game, but Welington Castillo had a rough second inning as he failed to get a tag down on Aaron Hicks at the plate and committed a throwing error on a stolen base attempt. He then struck out in the bottom half of the frame.10. The Orioles had their share of poor at-bats in Saturday’s contest, but Yankees shortstop Ronald Torreyes swinging at the first pitch to pop out to end the top of the eighth after Brach had issued back-to-back walks was cringeworthy.11. His baserunning has never been a strength, but Manny Machado stole second base prior to Castillo’s RBI single in the fourth. This came after he didn’t steal any last year and stole 20 in 2015. After stealing only 19 bases last year, the Orioles had two on Saturday.12. I’ll never get tired of seeing the alternate orange jerseys for Saturday games. It’s one of the best looks in all of baseball.last_img read more

Stolen credit card spending spree

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Ice offence goes cold against Chiefs

first_imgBy The Nelson Daily SportsThe Kootenay Ice scored the first goal during a two-game B.C. Major Midget Hockey League series against the Vancouver Northeast Chiefs.Unfortunately, that was the last goal.Vancouver scored nine unanswered goals over two days to sweep the BCMMHL series by 3-1 and 6-0 scores.Matthew Bissett had four points Sunday to lead the Chiefs in the series. Jacob Boyczuk scored the only goal for Kootenay Saturday to give the Ice a 1-0 lead after one period.However, the offence dried up as Vancouver Jacob Wensley, Dominic Centis and Nick Hermany, the latter two in the third period to snap a 1-1 tie, scored to give the home side the victory.Sunday the Chief broke open a close game with five third-period goals. After Adam Rockwood gave Vancouver a 1-0 lead after one period, the Chiefs exploded for five goals in 10 minutes.The losses drop the season record for Kootenay to 6-20-6.The Ice return to the pond this weekend as the club plays host to the Vancouver Northeast Giants Saturday at 6 p.m. and Sunday at 10:30 a.m.Both games are set for the NDCC [email protected]last_img read more

Leading Lights On Course For Longines Irish Champions Weekend

first_imgWinter and Ryan Moore winning “The Tattersalls Irish 1000 Guineas” GR1 at the Curragh – Alain Barr – 28.05.2017 The big names have stood their ground for the five Group 1 races and the strong supporting cards on Longines Irish Champions Weekend at Leopardstown and the Curragh on Saturday and Sunday. Dual 2,000 Guineas winner Churchill and his stable companion Winter, the dual 1,000 Guineas winner and more recently successful in the Group 1 Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot and the Qatar Nassau Stakes at Goodwood head the 14 horses remaining in the €1.25m QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown on Saturday. Aidan O’Brien’s pair could be joined by Poet’s Word, trained by Sir Michael Stoute, another that won at Goodwood last month, Martyn Meade’s Eminent, successful at Deauville last time out and the Roger Charlton-trained Decorated Knight, the winner of the Group 1 Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh in May.There are also 14 horses going forward for the Group 1 Coolmore Fastnet Rock Matron Stakes including Ballydoyle’s star filly Winter. The John Gosden-trained Persuasive and Jean-Claude Rouget’s Qemah finished second and third to Alice Springs in the race 12 months ago and are both on course for a repeat bid for the €350,000 contest. Wuheida, a Group 1 winner as a two-year-old could run for Charlie Appleby while Sea Of Grace is clearly on the upgrade and could carry the hopes of William Haggas. Order Of St George and Big Orange head the 22 horses remaining in the Comer Group International Irish St Leger at the Curragh on Sunday. There was only a short-head between the pair in the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot, with Michael Bell’s charge denying Aidan O’Brien’s star stayer a repeat success in that race. Dartmouth could yet represent Sir Michael Stoute while last year’s winner Wicklow Brave, trained by Willie Mullins and Joseph O’Brien’s exciting three-year-old Rekindling also stand their ground.Eleven horses remain in the Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes with Aidan O’Brien looking to hold the strongest hand. He is responsible for five horses, including the recent Newmarket Group 2 winner Clemmie. O’Brien could also be represented by Magical and Happily which finished first and second in the Group 2 Breast Cancer Research Debutante Stakes over this course and distance last month. Jessica Harrington could yet run her dual winner and narrow Albany Stakes runner-up Alpha Centauri while Eddie Lynam’s impressive course winner Muirin is also in the mix.Heading the field of 18 acceptors for the Group 1 Goffs Vincent O’Brien National Stakes are the O’Brien-trained Gustav Klimt, so impressive when overcoming trouble in running to win a Group 2 at Newmarket in July and Gordon Elliott’s Beckford, winner of the Group 2 GAIN Railway Stakes over six furlongs at the Curragh in early July and runner-up in the Group 1 Keeneland Phoenix Stakes over the same course a month ago. Jim Bolger has three horses to choose from including Verbal Dexterity which was runner-up to Beckford in the Railway Stakes.Pat Keogh, CEO of Leopardstown Racecourse, said: “It is great to see the quality of the racing over the two days of Longines Irish Champions Weekend. It is promising to be another great sporting occasion.”Derek McGrath, CEO of the Curragh Racecourse, said: “We look forward to welcoming visitors to what is building up to be an exceptional weekend of world class racing. The Curragh is in great condition and tickets are still available as we countdown to the crowning of champions on day two of Longines Irish Champions Weekend.”Prices for Longines Irish Champions Weekend supplied by Paddy PowerQIPCO Irish Champion StakesPaddy Power: 4-5 Churchill, 6 Winter, 7 Eminent, 8 Poets Word, 12 Cliffs Of Moher, 14 Benbatl, Success Days, 20 Decorated Knight, Zhukova, 25 Moonlight Magic, 33 Hydrangea, Lancaster Bomber, The Grey Gatsby, 50 Taj MahalCoolmore Fastnet Rock Matron StakesPaddy Power: Evens Winter, 5-2 Roly Poly, 5 Qemah, 6 Rhododendron, 8 Persuasive, 12 Sea Of Grace, 14 Wuheida, 20 Hydrangea, 25 Rain Goddess, Unforgettable Filly, 33 Intricately, 50 Diamond Fields, Laganore, 66 Bean FeasaComer Group International Irish St LegerPaddy Power: 2-5 Order Of St George, 8 Big Orange, Dartmouth, Torcedor, 14 Dal Harraild, Endless Time, Rekindling, US Army Ranger, Venice Beach, 16 Flymetothestars, Wicklow Brave, 20 Johannes Vermeer, Mount Moriah, 25 Lord Yeats, Nearly Caught, Twilight Payment, Western Hymn, 33 Prince Of Arran, 50 Benkei, Finn McCool, The Tartan Spartan, UtahMoyglare Stud StakesPaddy Power: 11-4 Clemmie, Magical, 5 Alpha Centauri, Happily, 6 September, 14 Chiara Luna, Muirin, 16 Ballet Shoes, 25 Gasta, New To Town, 33 Active ApproachGoffs Vincent O’Brien National StakesPaddy Power: 4-11 Gustav Klimt, 11-2 Beckford, 14 Brother Bear, 16 Theobald, Verbal Dexterity, 20 Berkeley Square, Coat Of Arms, Delano Roosevelt, Fleet Review, Mendelssohn, Nelson, Romanised, Rostropovich, Seahenge, US Navy Flag, 25 Meaghers Flag, 33 Lethal Steps, 66 Bond StreetAdmission tickets for both days of Longines Irish Champions Weekend can be purchased at the gates at Leopardstown and the Curragh.  Adult admission is €30, Family Ticket €50, Children under 16 accompanied by an adult are free.  Alternatively you can purchase online at www.irishchampionsweekend.ieOther features of the weekend include:Leopardstown – Saturday September 9Goffs Champions Sale before racing at 1.30pmLongines Prize for Elegance in association with Louis Copeland & Sons and Louise KennedyMoet & Chandon Champion HatMusic throughout afternoon including after racing party with Paris Swinging Lovers’The Curragh – Sunday September 10The Curragh Thoroughbred Trails before racing – Tickets still  available at www.irishchampionsweekend.ieLongines Prize for Elegance in association with Kildare Village and David Marshall Hair SalonFamily Fun Enclosure with lots of FREE entertainment and activities for kidsParade of Champions featuring Our Duke, Sizing John, Un De Sceaux, Douvan, Faugheen, Hurricane Fly, Forpadydeplasterer and Un Atout (parade together)Music throughout afternoon including after racing party with the Connor McKeon Band (aka The Late Late Show band) Churchill, Winter, Poet’s Word, Eminent, Persuasive, Qemah, Roly Poly, Order Of St George, Big Orange, Gustav Klimt, Beckford, Alpha Centauri, Clemmie and Magical head final entries for Leopardstown and the Curragh print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email CLICK HERE FOR LEOPARDSTOWN ENTRIESCLICK HERE FOR CURRAGH ENTRIESlast_img read more

Diana Lynn Love, 67, of Orleans

first_imgShe was a graduate of Orleans High School, class of 1970. She was a 4-H Leader and volunteer for many years and women’s leader of the Farm Bureau. She enjoyed cooking, crafts and watching her grandchildren.She is survived by her husband of Orleans; mother of Orleans; threedaughters, Jennifer Hall (Chad) of Orleans, Allison Brown (J.J.) ofCampbellsburg and Carmen Alston (Pat) of Orleans; two sons, MichaelLove (Abbie) of Orleans and Matt Love (Mandy) of Orleans; thirteengrandchildren; one great grandson and one sister, Tammy Tolbert(Larry) of Orleans.She was preceded in death by her father, Lee Roy Burton and onebrother, Kim Burton “Boomer”.The funeral will be at 11:00 AM on Friday, November 22, 2019 at Ochs-Tetrick Funeral Home with Bro. Thomas Bostic officiating. Burial willfollow in Bethel Cemetery, Orleans.Friends are invited to visitation at the funeral home on Thursday from4:00 until 8:00 PM.Memorial contributions may be sent Orange County 4-H.Online condolences may be sent to the family at Diana Lynn Love, 67, of Orleans, passed away peacefully at her home at2:04 AM on November 20, 2019.She was born November 17, 1952 in Salem, IN, the daughter of Lee Royand Mary Alice (Gray) Burton.She married John Love on October 10, 1970 and he survives.last_img read more

‘Snow chance’ of a White Christmas, say forecasters

first_imgAnyone dreaming of a White Christmas might have to put a special request on their Santa list if the latest word from Met Eireann is anything to go by.Forecasters have dashed hopes of snow on 25th December this year.With eight days to go until Christmas Day, Met Eireann experts said it’s too early for a definitive forecast. However, the current outlook is damp and mild. “Our latest guidance suggests it will be relatively settled, mostly dry with temps about average,” said forecasters.Meteorologist Liz Gavin told “So far there’s no indication in our chart of snow for Christmas, as the temperatures are far too mild.”Gavin said we need temperatures of around 3C to get snow, but mercury is not expected to drop so far by next week.The statistical likelihood of snow falling on Christmas Day is once every 5.9 years. The last recorded snowfall on 25th December in Ireland is 2010. ‘Snow chance’ of a White Christmas, say forecasters was last modified: December 17th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CHristmassnowweatherlast_img read more

Breaking News in the Industry: November 16, 2018

first_imgHoliday hiring for retail expected to top 650,000This holiday season, consumer confidence is strong, and the economy is healthy. Against that backdrop, retailers are hoping to rake in the green this holiday season, but in order to do that, they’re going to need a whole lot of elves. With a tight labor market, retailers like Macy’s and Target started hiring their holiday help this past July, and holiday hiring plans are impressive. Amazon has plans to hire 100,000 people. Target, meanwhile, is planning to hire 120,000, and Macy’s, 80,000. According to estimates from the National Retail Federation, retailers could be looking to hire 650,000 seasonal holiday employees this year, roughly 10% up from 2017’s holiday workforce.   [Source: Fox10 News]Robber takes taxi to rob storeA Hagerstown, Maryland, man who allegedly called a Dollar General store Sunday morning, then hired a cab to take him to rob the store, was being held without bond on Wednesday. Robert Lee Pettaway, 24, of Meadowlark Avenue is charged with armed robbery, robbery, first- and second-degree assault and theft of $100 to $1,500 in the holdup, which was called in at 9:11 a.m. from the Dollar General.The cashier was stocking shelves near the register later when a man grabbed her from behind, put a sharp object to her neck and demanded money from the register. The man left the store with $264, the document said. Store surveillance  video showed the robber was wearing a scarf around his face, a black stocking cap and square sunglasses, the document said. Security cameras from private residences behind the Dollar General showed that man arrived in a cab about two minutes before the robbery was reported.- Sponsor – Investigators also checked with the ride service company and a driver said she had picked up a fare matching the robber’s description on Robinwood Drive. The address was within sight of Pettaway’s Meadowlark Avenue address, the document said. The driver drove the man to behind the Dollar General, where he returned after a couple of minutes, the document said. The driver then took the man to an Elm Street address before returning him to Robinwood Drive. Investigators took the cab driver back to the area where she picked the man up, where Pettaway was spotted outside his Meadowlark Avenue address, the document said. He was seen getting into another cab, which police stopped a short time later.   [Source: Herald-Mail Media]Thanksgiving holiday cargo theft trends and security tipsThanksgiving is fast approaching, and enterprising cargo thieves will seek to exploit the abundance of unattended trailers and warehouses loaded with desirable cargo. Activity is expected to be higher this holiday season than previous years, because publications report consumer confidence is at an 18-year high and shoppers plan to spend more this year than in recent seasons.CargoNet analyzed data from the Tuesday before Thanksgiving to the Tuesday after Thanksgiving for 2013 to 2017 and found cargo thieves stole $9.4 million in cargo, 79 semi-tractors, and 95 semi-trailers across 108 reported theft events. Twenty percent of theft events in this analysis occurred in California, 14 percent in Texas, and 12 percent in Florida. Cargo thefts were reported in more than 20 states. Article continues on our website.  [Source: LPM Insider]‘Porch Pirates’ are ID thieves tooAtlantic Beach, Florida, police arrested two men who they said are members of a Miami-based identity theft ring that employs quick-hitting porch pirate tactics to pick up fraudulent credit cards.  Alvaro Acosta, 28, and Obed Cardoza, 21, were arrested Friday after a stake-out in the Ocean Walk area. According to an arrest report, one resident saw on his surveillance video system that a package delivered by FedEx was stolen from his front porch two minutes after it was delivered. The man told police he hadn’t been expecting any packages.The next day, according to police, the man got a call about fraudulent activity on a credit card that had been activated in his name, and $11,000 had already been charged on the card. Police said they learned that three more packages from the same credit card company were to be delivered, so they set up the stake-out and when Acosta and Cardoza grabbed another package, they were busted. Cardoza bonded out of jail but when he went to pick up his impounded SUV Tuesday, he was arrested again on charges of ID theft and credit card fraud. Atlantic Beach police said they processed credit card receipts found in the SUV, leading to the additional charges. [Source: News4Jax]Additional charges found after shoplift arrestA suspect was in court for shoplifting, but racked up a whole host of other charges while he was there. The suspect is charged with failing to return to court to answer charges. This all began April 9, 2018 in Myrtle Beach Magistrate Court when a Judge found Christopher Bryan Bellows guilty of shoplifting and sentenced him to 30 days in jail. Authorities then found the 40-year-old had narcotics concealed in his jeans. Bellows admitted he was concealing heroin, clonazepam and crystal methamphetamine. Bellows said he got a ride to the courthouse by a friend. Officers went to the parking lot to inform that friend of Bellow’s arrest and saw a syringe in the middle console of the vehicle. It was loaded with 20 units of a brown liquid. Bellows admitted the syringe was his and that the liquid was Heroin.   [Source: WMBF News]Local PD holds theft Summit for holidaysRepresentatives from businesses across the Green Bay, Wisconsin, area gathered at the Green Bay Police Department Tuesday afternoon to talk about a negative side effect of the holiday season: retail theft. Retail stores across the country have their biggest months in November and December,” Keli Biebel, owner of the Wild Ginger boutique in downtown Green Bay explained, “more people, more traffic, and more shoplifting.” Biebel says that for small businesses like Wild Ginger, retail theft is a major problem.“We don’t have the security and the staffing that the larger department stores have,” she said, “so it hits us harder and hits our pocketbook directly.” Captain Kevin Warych of the Green Bay Police Department agrees, “For those smaller Ma and Pop stores, it’s that much more important because they need a lot of turnover, they need to sell a lot of property, and when that property is going out the door for free, that’s really hurting the bottom line.”Capt. Warych told Local 5 that the purpose of Tuesday’s retail theft roundtable was to morph individual efforts to end shoplifting into a larger conversation.  It’s about learning what people are doing, best practices, what areas of improvement we can do, make sure we’re all working on the same mission,” he said. It’s a mission to keep local businesses in the black. “We’re bringing all this merchandise in and paying for it and having to pay for the rent and the lights and everything that goes with running a business,” Biebel said. “They think that we can writie it off, or it’s not going to effect us, and it does.”   [Source:] Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox.  Sign up nowlast_img read more

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