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* Wouter's Crash - many different accounts - 13 messages, 8 authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/8c6c1c665b87f450?hl=en
* And I count girls I was too drunk to fuck - 1 messages, 1 author
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* So Long Wouter - 1 messages, 1 author
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* Giro Spam - 1 messages, 1 author
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* Curse of the Tour of California - 2 messages, 2 authors
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* Who can do the math on this ? Wouter - 6 messages, 6 authors
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TOPIC: Wouter's Crash - many different accounts
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/8c6c1c665b87f450?hl=en
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== 1 of 13 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 12:05 am
From: Davey Crockett


"A. Dumas" a écrit profondement:

| He did not fall down the mountain. It was a straight stretch of the
| descent, he probably clipped some low road barriers on the left,
| bounced to the other side and hit a rock wall. He was probably dead
| immediately. They tried to resuscitate him for 40 minutes but called
| off the medical helicopter after that, which had been hovering unable
| to land closely enough. They called it then & there but waited with
| the public announcement (about 30-60 min later?) until they had got
| hold of his family. There was one gruesome close-up during the live
| broadcast where the right side of his head/face looked bloody and
| deformed. To me, he looked dead in that shot.

You're right about the road. Regardless of what might have happened
initially, the brief shot before the Downstream Mixer cut to a shot of
some trees showed him lying slightly right of the middle of a flat or
possibly faux plat section of the course.

However, the brief view of Wouter that was shown revealed that his
face had suffered mega-major trauma and it appeared that his head was
lying at an unnatural angle.

--
Davey Crockett


== 2 of 13 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 4:00 am
From: ilan


On May 10, 9:05 am, Davey Crockett <r...@azurservers.com> wrote:
> "A. Dumas" a écrit profondement:
>
> | He did not fall down the mountain. It was a straight stretch of the
> | descent, he probably clipped some low road barriers on the left,
> | bounced to the other side and hit a rock wall. He was probably dead
> | immediately. They tried to resuscitate him for 40 minutes but called
> | off the medical helicopter after that, which had been hovering unable
> | to land closely enough. They called it then & there but waited with
> | the public announcement (about 30-60 min later?) until they had got
> | hold of his family. There was one gruesome close-up during the live
> | broadcast where the right side of his head/face looked bloody and
> | deformed. To me, he looked dead in that shot.
>
> You're right about the road. Regardless of what might have happened
> initially, the brief shot before the Downstream Mixer cut to a shot of
> some trees showed him lying slightly right of the middle of a flat or
> possibly faux plat section of the course.
>
> However, the brief view of Wouter  that was shown  revealed that his
> face had suffered mega-major trauma and it appeared  that his head was
> lying at an unnatural angle.
>
> --
> Davey Crockett

I can just imagine how bad it would have been if he hadn't been
wearing a helmet.

-ilan


== 3 of 13 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 5:31 am
From: Davey Crockett


ilan a écrit profondement:


| > You're right about the road. Regardless of what might have happened
| > initially, the brief shot before the Downstream Mixer cut to a shot of
| > some trees showed him lying slightly right of the middle of a flat or
| > possibly faux plat section of the course.
| >
| > However, the brief view of Wouter  that was shown  revealed that his
| > face had suffered mega-major trauma and it appeared  that his head was
| > lying at an unnatural angle.
| >
| > --
| > Davey Crockett

| I can just imagine how bad it would have been if he hadn't been
| wearing a helmet.

| -ilan

A potentially more disturbing aspect of the incident is that his family,
friends and fans were probably watching the coverage.

And when the feed cut so suddenly away, as opposed to the usual skinned
knees/ass/etc. spills where the incidents are well covered, it didn't
take much over a double digit IQ to infer that this one was life
threatening or possibly fatal.

--
Davey Crockett

== 4 of 13 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 8:01 am
From: Fred Bucephalus Birchmore


On May 10, 1:42 am, Helmut Springer <delta+use...@lug-s.org> wrote:
> A. Dumas <alexan...@dumas.fr.invalid> wrote:
> > He did not fall down the mountain. It was a straight stretch of
> > the descent, he probably clipped some low road barriers on the
> > left, bounced to the other side and hit a rock wall.
>
> Or he went down one step of the switchback.  I didn't see a bike on
> the video anywhere.
>
> --
> MfG/Best regards
> helmut springer                                           panta rhei

That's the way I see it also


== 5 of 13 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 9:16 am
From: "A. Dumas"


Fred Bucephalus Birchmore wrote:
> On May 10, 1:42 am, Helmut Springer wrote:
>> A. Dumas wrote:
>>> He did not fall down the mountain.
>>
>> Or he went down one step of the switchback. I didn't see a bike on
>> the video anywhere.
>
> That's the way I see it also

But it is not what happened. He did not fall down the mountain and it
was not near a switchback.


== 6 of 13 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 9:24 am
From: RicodJour


On May 10, 12:16 am, "A. Dumas" <alexan...@dumas.fr.invalid> wrote:
> Anton Berlin wrote:
> > From what can be known, he caught a pedal and it flipped him over a
> > rail and onto the road 60ft below.  [...]
> > I've also read "caught in a well and fell 200 ft "
>
> He did not fall down the mountain. It was a straight stretch of the
> descent, he probably clipped some low road barriers on the left, bounced
> to the other side and hit a rock wall. He was probably dead immediately.
> They tried to resuscitate him for 40 minutes but called off the medical
> helicopter after that, which had been hovering unable to land closely
> enough. They called it then & there but waited with the public
> announcement (about 30-60 min later?) until they had got hold of his
> family. There was one gruesome close-up during the live broadcast where
> the right side of his head/face looked bloody and deformed. To me, he
> looked dead in that shot.

Yeah, I think he did go over the wall.
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/ximtvz_wouter-weylandt-dead-crash-kills-cyclist-smierc-kolarza_sport
On the section where he was lying it was a more or less straight
part. Even at high speed a crash in that straight part would have
been a more glancing blow. The injury looked to be more of an abrupt
impact such as a fall from a height. Nothing glancing about it. Poor
bastard.

R


== 7 of 13 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 9:49 am
From: "A. Dumas"


RicodJour wrote:
> Yeah, I think he did go over the wall. [...]
> On the section where he was lying it was a more or less straight
> part. Even at high speed a crash in that straight part would have
> been a more glancing blow. The injury looked to be more of an abrupt
> impact such as a fall from a height. Nothing glancing about it.

No he did not go over a wall, skip a switchback step or otherwise fall
down the mountain. He clipped a barrier on the downhill side, bounced
and slid 20 metres and hit his face on a rock wall on the mountain side.

> Poor bastard.

That's for sure.


== 8 of 13 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 12:39 pm
From: Brad Anders


See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wouter_Weylandt#Death

"In stage 3 of the 2011 Giro d'Italia, Weylandt crashed descending the
Passo del Bocco, near the town of Mezzanego, suffering catastrophic
injury. While he was looking over his shoulder at other riders, the
left side of his bike struck a wall, sending him across the road where
he then hit another object at high speed."

Not clear who did the edit, or exactly where they sourced this
information. I looked at the three references cited, didn't see
anything about his looking over his shoulder.


== 9 of 13 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 12:43 pm
From: Helmut Springer


Brad Anders <pbanders@gmail.com> wrote:
> Not clear who did the edit, or exactly where they sourced this
> information. I looked at the three references cited, didn't see
> anything about his looking over his shoulder.

Throwing "wouter weylandt shoulder" into Google yields as first hit
http://velonews.competitor.com/2011/05/news/video-wouter-weylandt-memorial-at-crash-scene_172277
which references Manuel Cardoso as eye witness.

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== 10 of 13 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 1:12 pm
From: RicodJour


On May 10, 3:43 pm, Helmut Springer <delta+use...@lug-s.org> wrote:
> Brad Anders <pband...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Not clear who did the edit, or exactly where they sourced this
> > information. I looked at the three references cited, didn't see
> > anything about his looking over his shoulder.
>
> Throwing "wouter weylandt shoulder" into Google yields as first hit
> http://velonews.competitor.com/2011/05/news/video-wouter-weylandt-mem...
> which references Manuel Cardoso as eye witness.

The pictures and the account certainly clears up what happened. That
is one fucked up transition from the steel barrier railing to the
stone wall. That's never how it's done as it's a recipe for a
disaster, whether it's a car or a guy on a bike. Typically the steel
railing would be in line with the face of the wall, and not have such
an abrupt transition. You can clearly see where he clipped the stone
wall, and the gouges in the pavement are incredible. I've never seen
anything like that from a bicycle crash.

R


== 11 of 13 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 1:37 pm
From: Frederick the Great


In article
<ace1d151-7535-4357-99a2-15a2e84f7e52@f9g2000vbz.googlegroups.com>,
RicodJour <ricodjour@worldemail.com> wrote:

> On May 10, 3:43 pm, Helmut Springer <delta+use...@lug-s.org> wrote:
> > Brad Anders <pband...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > > Not clear who did the edit, or exactly where they sourced this
> > > information. I looked at the three references cited, didn't see
> > > anything about his looking over his shoulder.
> >
> > Throwing "wouter weylandt shoulder" into Google yields as first hit
> > http://velonews.competitor.com/2011/05/news/video-wouter-weylandt-mem...
> > which references Manuel Cardoso as eye witness.
>
> The pictures and the account certainly clears up what happened. That
> is one fucked up transition from the steel barrier railing to the
> stone wall.

That is how it is supposed to transition
for traffic going the direction it is designed for.

--
Old Fritz


== 12 of 13 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 1:43 pm
From: "A. Dumas"


RicodJour wrote:
> the gouges in the pavement are incredible.

Police chalk, the caption says.


== 13 of 13 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 1:46 pm
From: RicodJour


On May 10, 4:37 pm, Frederick the Great <rub...@pacbell.net> wrote:
>  RicodJour <ricodj...@worldemail.com> wrote:
>
> > The pictures and the account certainly clears up what happened.  That
> > is one fucked up transition from the steel barrier railing to the
> > stone wall.  
>
> That is how it is supposed to transition
> for traffic going the direction it is designed for.

Look at all of the pictures. You can clearly see both ends of the
stone wall and the railing on both sides of it. The stepped
transition is the same going either direction.

R

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TOPIC: And I count girls I was too drunk to fuck
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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 2:50 am
From: Simply Fred


Frederick the Great wrote:
> He can count them only if he was doping during his suspension.

And he's not allowed to count the girls he fucked while using Viagra.

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TOPIC: Twitter Condolences
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/21342f19049fd34c?hl=en
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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 4:41 am
From: Mike


Cyclingnews.com had some really great tweets about Wouters death.
Wouldn't want to actually write more than 140 characters.
Keep it classy pro cycling...
Mike Schatzman
www.velopork.com

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TOPIC: So Long Wouter
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/3adc61ef12189633?hl=en
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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 9:13 am
From: Davey Crockett

http://video.gazzetta.it/silenzio-prima-ripartire-/54bfd7fa-7af3-11e0-b257-0cce87d2800a

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TOPIC: Giro Spam
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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 12:17 pm
From: Davey Crockett

This is about the best Spam ever produced

The idea is to get you to sign up for "The Giro Club" which gets you
closer to "the action" but it's a great spectacle to watch anyway.

Navigation is a bit iffy and a tad slow even on a high speed connection so:
TIPS
Play the video on the main page first
Then Click the "Giro Club" Imaage on the right
Many of the images can be zoomed by clicking on them
Many of the Images can be scrolled by waving your mouse around the small
image on the right.

http://video.gazzetta.it/Speciali/Giroditalia/2011/it/giroclub.shtml

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TOPIC: Curse of the Tour of California
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/5e9af4ea9ef71684?hl=en
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== 1 of 2 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 12:41 pm
From: Brad Anders


On May 9, 10:41 pm, RicodJour <ricodj...@worldemail.com> wrote:

> Dreams and legends are made in such weather.  There might be another
> Gavia in store for us.  

Another glorious mountain stage victory for the US awaits.


== 2 of 2 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 11:15 pm
From: "Mike Jacoubowsky"


The forecast gets updated every couple of hours, and every couple of
hours it gets worse.

High of 38 degree & snow. Low of 29 during the early morning. Rain the
day prior, thus ice likely. If the stage were just three days earlier,
the high would have been 66F. And sunny.

As much as I enjoy the race beginning in Northern California (where I
live), you gotta wonder if it makes sense. The weather in Southern
California is absolutely better, hands down, during winter & spring than
Northern California. Don't get me wrong; it's very nice here, and our
idea of terrible weather is almost laughably nice compared to what most
of the country gets. But for an epic bike race, it's just not
predictable enough to count on, particularly if you want to include the
Sierras.

This isn't Italy; cycling and cycling fans are nowhere near as die-hard
because we've always had it pretty easy. The "fun" of hiking up a long
road into the mountains while it's snowing just isn't that appealing to
most. We're wimps. We expect people to feel sorry for us when the
richest of the rich have their houses washed into the Pacific Ocean
while the rest of the country is dealing with tornados and floods.

This year's ToC has already had two stages altered substantially due to
landslides (one of which, admittedly, was in Southern California) and
now I just gotta wonder what sort of contingency plans they have in
place for the Lake Tahoe stage.

--Mike-- Chain Reaction Bicycles
www.ChainReactionBicycles.com

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TOPIC: Who can do the math on this ? Wouter
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== 1 of 6 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 3:00 pm
From: Anton Berlin


You have a 160 lb cyclist going 35-40 mph hit his "pedal" (toes, foot
ankle shin etc) into an immovable object (the stone wall)

In my fucking experience something like this would have happened
before (or as a part of) the pedal breaks off the spindle or the
spindle breaks or the crankarm breaks or the crank rips off the bottom
bracket or the bottom bracket itself breaks.

What makes more sense is that his left handlebar caught on the top of
the wall causing a violent steer to the left that then made a pivot
point of the front hub and launched him face first into the pavement.
(also notice his facial deformation after the crash.)

So the forces at play were the conversion of most of his forward mass
and speed into an arc extending 3ft ish from his front hub and into
the pavement. Violent indeed.

Reminds me of the spill that Bart Bell and Tom Brinker took on the
back of the tandem out in Colorado Springs in 1987ish. I was shocked
to see them alive after that. I can't recall who was the stoker that
night but they were slammed into the concrete in a way that give me
chills today.

PS ( I am not confusing this with the 92 Nats crash)


== 2 of 6 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 4:18 pm
From: Amit Ghosh


On May 10, 6:00 pm, Anton Berlin <truth_88...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> You have a 160 lb cyclist going 35-40 mph hit his "pedal"  (toes, foot
> ankle shin etc) into an immovable object (the stone wall)
>
> In my fucking experience something like this would have happened
> before (or as a part of)  the pedal breaks off the spindle or the
> spindle breaks or the crankarm breaks or the crank rips off the bottom
> bracket or the bottom bracket itself breaks.

dumbass,

riders strike pedals on the ground all the time. when that happens it
doesn't break the pedal or crank, it lifts their rear wheel or their
entire bike.

it's not hard to imagine that weylandt clipped that low wall and it
flung him into the opposite wall.


== 3 of 6 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 4:24 pm
From: Vagina Gorilla


On May 10, 6:18 pm, Amit Ghosh <amit.gh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On May 10, 6:00 pm, Anton Berlin <truth_88...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > You have a 160 lb cyclist going 35-40 mph hit his "pedal"  (toes, foot
> > ankle shin etc) into an immovable object (the stone wall)
>
> > In my fucking experience something like this would have happened
> > before (or as a part of)  the pedal breaks off the spindle or the
> > spindle breaks or the crankarm breaks or the crank rips off the bottom
> > bracket or the bottom bracket itself breaks.
>
> dumbass,
>
> riders strike pedals on the ground all the time. when that happens it
> doesn't break the pedal or crank, it lifts their rear wheel or their
> entire bike.
>
> it's not hard to imagine that weylandt clipped that low wall and it
> flung him into the opposite wall.

Dumbass. Which would hit first, his handlebar or a pedal ?

Strike pedal? Like in a criterium ? A glancing blow while
cornering ? Not even close.


== 4 of 6 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 4:41 pm
From: ilan


On May 11, 1:24 am, Vagina Gorilla <vaginagori...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On May 10, 6:18 pm, Amit Ghosh <amit.gh...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> > On May 10, 6:00 pm, Anton Berlin <truth_88...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > > You have a 160 lb cyclist going 35-40 mph hit his "pedal"  (toes, foot
> > > ankle shin etc) into an immovable object (the stone wall)
>
> > > In my fucking experience something like this would have happened
> > > before (or as a part of)  the pedal breaks off the spindle or the
> > > spindle breaks or the crankarm breaks or the crank rips off the bottom
> > > bracket or the bottom bracket itself breaks.
>
> > dumbass,
>
> > riders strike pedals on the ground all the time. when that happens it
> > doesn't break the pedal or crank, it lifts their rear wheel or their
> > entire bike.
>
> > it's not hard to imagine that weylandt clipped that low wall and it
> > flung him into the opposite wall.
>
> Dumbass.  Which would hit first, his handlebar or a pedal ?
>
> Strike pedal?  Like in a criterium ?  A glancing blow while
> cornering ?  Not even close.

Voight had almost as bad an accident in the 2009 Tour without hitting
anything in particular.

-ilan


== 5 of 6 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 5:49 pm
From: Choppy Warburton


On May 10, 6:41 pm, ilan <ilan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On May 11, 1:24 am, Vagina Gorilla <vaginagori...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > On May 10, 6:18 pm, Amit Ghosh <amit.gh...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > On May 10, 6:00 pm, Anton Berlin <truth_88...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > > > You have a 160 lb cyclist going 35-40 mph hit his "pedal"  (toes, foot
> > > > ankle shin etc) into an immovable object (the stone wall)
>
> > > > In my fucking experience something like this would have happened
> > > > before (or as a part of)  the pedal breaks off the spindle or the
> > > > spindle breaks or the crankarm breaks or the crank rips off the bottom
> > > > bracket or the bottom bracket itself breaks.
>
> > > dumbass,
>
> > > riders strike pedals on the ground all the time. when that happens it
> > > doesn't break the pedal or crank, it lifts their rear wheel or their
> > > entire bike.
>
> > > it's not hard to imagine that weylandt clipped that low wall and it
> > > flung him into the opposite wall.
>
> > Dumbass.  Which would hit first, his handlebar or a pedal ?
>
> > Strike pedal?  Like in a criterium ?  A glancing blow while
> > cornering ?  Not even close.
>
> Voight had almost as bad an accident in the 2009 Tour without hitting
> anything in particular.
>
> -ilan

Wasn't that road undulations and then he lost control. Much more of a
sliding crash.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxNzgTlqdEg


== 6 of 6 ==
Date: Tues, May 10 2011 5:54 pm
From: Victor Kan


On May 10, 7:41 pm, ilan <ilan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Voight had almost as bad an accident in the 2009 Tour without hitting
> anything in particular.

Voigt fell to the side and slid a long way, so his kinetic energy
dissipated much more gradually and over much more of his body
(including his face/head). It sounds to me like Weylandt took a much
more sudden, forceful, brief impact to his face/head :-(.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:13855 Healthcare law gets friendly hearing in appeals court

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http://www.latimes.com/health/la-na-health-virginia-20110511,0,6482260.story

Three judges in the U.S. 4th Circuit, all Democratic appointees,
indicate they're likely to uphold the Obama administration's new
healthcare law.

By David G. Savage, Washington Bureau

May 11, 2011
Reporting from Richmond, Va. —

The Obama administration received a friendly hearing for its defense
of the new national healthcare law from three judges of the U.S. 4th
Circuit Court of Appeals, all of whom were Democratic appointees.

By their comments and questions Tuesday, the judges signaled they were
likely to uphold provisions in the law that require virtually all
Americans to have health insurance by 2014 or pay a penalty.

In December, a federal district judge here became the first to strike
down the new healthcare law as unconstitutional. The hearing Tuesday
was the first before a federal appeals court.

Regardless of how they rule, the appellate judges are not likely to
have the final word. Two other federal appeals courts are to hear
arguments on the same issue in the next month, and the Supreme Court
is almost certain to consider the constitutionality of the healthcare
law in the year ahead.

At issue is whether Congress has the power to regulate the national
health insurance market by requiring all those who can afford
insurance to pay for coverage.

The Constitution gives Congress broad authority "to regulate commerce"
and to "make all laws which shall be necessary and proper" to carry
out that power. Citing those provisions, the administration's lawyers
argued that requiring everyone to pay for insurance is necessary if
insurers are required to accept all buyers.

Otherwise, said Acting Solicitor Gen. Neal Katyal, people could wait
and "buy insurance on the way to the hospital."

Judge Andre Davis, an Obama appointee from Maryland, seemed to agree.
Congress has the "practical power" to make the regulation work. And it
is a "slam dunk" to say it is necessary for everyone to participate,
he said.

Judge James Wynn Jr., another Obama appointee, said Congress saw the
issue as a matter of personal responsibility. "Citizens use
healthcare. Someone has to pay for it," he said.

Under the rules of the 4th Circuit, judges are picked to sit on
particular cases by "a computer program designed to achieve total
random selection," the court said. The third member of the panel,
Judge Diana Motz of Maryland, is a President Clinton appointee.

The judges heard two cases. One was brought by Virginia Atty. Gen. Ken
Cuccinelli, a Republican, who said he was acting on behalf of
Virginians who did not want to buy health insurance. But his lawyer
struggled to explain how the state had the legal standing to challenge
the healthcare mandate, which applies to individuals.

"We have sovereign standing," said Duncan Getchell Jr., the state's
solicitor general. "That gives us a ticket into federal court."

All three judges made skeptical comments and strongly hinted they
would toss out Virginia's suit.

The second case was brought by Liberty University, a Christian school
founded by the Rev. Jerry Falwell, and its plaintiffs include
individuals who object to the healthcare law. Even Katyal agreed these
plaintiffs had standing to sue.

But Liberty lawyer Mathew Staver did not fare much better. He argued
that his clients were "inactive bystanders," not participants in
interstate commerce. Therefore, they are beyond the reach of federal
regulation, he argued.

The three judges said Congress had made the reasonable assumption that
virtually everyone would need healthcare sometime in life. And very
few can afford the cost of a catastrophic accident, they said.

Katyal said hospitals and taxpayers had to pay about $43 billion a
year to cover the medical expenses of people who have no insurance.
That adds $1,000 a year to an average family's healthcare costs, he
said.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:13853 HPVflash: A news update from the PATH cervical cancer prevention team

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Subject: HPVflash: A news update from the PATH cervical cancer prevention team
To: avnishjolly@yahoo.com
Date: Wednesday, 11 May, 2011, 2:01

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Lessons learned from Peru HPV vaccine demonstration project
PATH, Instituto de Investigacion Nutricional (IIN), and Ministerio de Salud de Peru, Estrategia Sanitaria Nacional de Inmunizaciones (MINSA) have published HPV Vaccination in Latin America: Lessons Learned from a Pilot Program in Peru.
The report summarizes results from the HPV vaccination program implemented by PATH, IIN, and MINSA through the HPV Vaccines: Evidence for Impact project. HPV vaccine was made available to all girls aged nine years or older in grade five in selected parts of the country. The purpose of the study was to investigate operational issues related to HPV vaccination of young adolescent girls, aimed at identifying effective, and cost-effective, strategies.
The paper will be useful for policymakers and program managers around the world, and especially in Latin America, who are designing public-sector HPV vaccination programs.
In the coming months, additional "lessons learned" reports will be published from the other three PATH project countries--India, Uganda, and Vietnam--along with a guide to overall lessons and helpful resources from all four countries. Stay tuned for more!
Alliance for Cervical Cancer Prevention summarizes new evidence on cervical cancer screening
The Alliance for Cervical Cancer Prevention (ACCP) has published a new fact sheet summarizing recent data on cervical cancer screening approaches for low-resource settings. This summary presents evidence published since ACCP's 2009 article on alternative screening approaches.
New evidence continues to support the feasibility and accuracy of screening technologies that are alternatives to resource-intensive Pap smears. Comprehensive prevention programs that include human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination of young adolescent girls before exposure to HPV, timely screening with HPV testing or visual inspection for mid-adult women, and appropriate treatment can dramatically reduce cervical cancer mortality.
The United Nations includes cervical cancer in two landmark documents
The United Nations and its public health arm, the World Health Organization, are urging member states to take action to address cancer. They highlight cervical cancer as a priority in two important new documents.
As part of the April 11-15 United Nations 44th Commission on Population and Development session titled "Fertility, Reproductive Health and Development," members recognized women's rights to access quality health services. The Resolution from the meeting includes robust language and political commitment related to cancer prevention and control:
"OP15. Urges Member States, with, when needed, the appropriate technical and financial support from development partners, to design and implement national cancer control plans and strategies that encompass prevention, early detection, treatment and palliation of cancers of the male and female reproductive systems, especially prostate, breast and cervical cancers, and to strengthen existing health services and health systems to increase the capacity to detect these cancers at earlier stages and allow prompt access to quality treatment;"
Later in the month, at the first Global Ministerial Conference on Healthy Lifestyles and Noncommunicable Disease Control in Moscow, the World Health Organization released the "Global status report on noncommunicable diseases." In the report, cervical cancer gets a top mention. In fact, screening and treatment for cervical cancer were touted as a "noncommunicable disease best buy"--in other words, a very cost-effective intervention! The emphasis on women's cancers represents an enormous step forward in addressing these diseases. This is important because United Nations and World Health Organization attention can stimulate action, including allocation of resources for expanding cervical cancer screening and treatment and HPV vaccination.
The emphasis on women's cancers represents an enormous step forward in addressing these diseases. This is important because United Nations and World Health Organization attention can stimulate action, including allocation of resources for expanding cervical cancer screening and treatment and HPV vaccination.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:13853 Free mirror of the Supercourse

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From: Ronald E. LaPorte, PhD <SUPER2@pitt.edu>
Subject: Free mirror of the Supercourse
To: super1@pitt.edu
Date: Wednesday, 11 May, 2011, 4:23

Supercourse Newsetter

5 7 2011

www.pitt.edu/~super1/

Dear Friends,

The Supercourse has be come a "good" virus, as it infecting the world, sharing with all centers most of the world's knowledge of global health.  It has been very impressive at to the interest of sharing with you most of the world's literature in Global Health. In just 7 days we have centers in 54 countries the Supercourse for free on their servers.  Please see if the country that you are living is mentioned below, if not, contact us to be the first national global health resource in your country.  If there already is a mirrored server in your country, be the first to bring global health to your college, or center.  If you would like to join this global health mirror club, please write to us at super1@pitt.edu. Here are the countries.

Armenia, Australia, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Cameron, Canada, China, Cuba, Egypt, Gambia, Georgia, Guatemala, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Kuwait, Lebanon, Macedonia, Malaysia, Malawi, Mexico,  Moldavia, Mongolia, Nepal, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Palestine, Poland, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Russia, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain Sri Lank, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia United Kingdom, United States, Yemen, Vietnam, Zambia

If  you have friends in countries that who do not have a mirrored server, please send this to them, and invite them to contact me, Ron LaPorte (ronaldlaporte@gmail.com)

Statistics Supercourse:  I am heading to present at the Eastern Mediterranean Region of the International Biometric Society. It has been 40 years since I taught statistics, and now I will be presenting to world's experts. Professor Zelen invited me as he is interested in building a statistical supercourse, which is sorely needed.  Most countries have only a handful of people trained in statistics, despite large scale data collection.  For every Doctor of Statistics there are about 1000 medical doctors.  Please let me know if you would be interested in helping to build a Statistical Supercourse

Skype and the Supercourse:  Recently we have been asked to present at different international conferences and universities about the Supercourse.  We have a large team who can present about the Supercourse in different languages over Skype. We prefer not to present in the middle of the night.  If your conference or University would like us to present, please contact us at Super1@pitt.edu.

Lecture of the Week: Global Nursing Health by Kawkab Shishani

http://www.pitt.edu/~super1/lecture/lec42011/001.htm

The idea that health is a human right was articulated in the United Nation's Universal Declaration of Human Rights, created over 50 years ago at the inception of the organization. This idea is of pivotal importance in the development of the science of global health. Nursing students need to be aware of the impact they can make on the global health in the future. Lecture of the week is based on our previous lecture "Global Health So far So Near", but giving it a wonderful spin from a nursing prospective. In addition to Nursing view of health, this lecture gives an interesting historical perspective about famous nurses who shaped this wonderful profession in previous centuries. This lecture describes how Nursing supercource provides a platform to share educational material that is evidence-based to improve global nursing education. If nursing, public health, and medical students work together, we can change global health. 

If you are interested in joining the nurse's supercourse, contact Dr. Shishani at Kawkab.shishani@gmail.com

 

It appears that most of you did not receive the last newsletter on mirroring.  We are therefore sending this to you again, as we argue that the Supercourse is Snow White.

Mirror Mirror on the Wall, Who is the fairest of them all (from Snow White)

In the classic story of Snow White, the mean step mother had a magic mirror that told her that Snow White was the fairest which sent the Queen into a rage with the mission to kill Snow White.

When we ask the Magic Mirror as to who is the fairest web page in Global Health, the answer is of course the Supercourse!!  Before 2012 we plan to give to all institutions a magical Supercourse Mirror, which will make Global Health alive in your institution.  We are planning to have at least one Supercourse Mirror in every country in the world by the end of this year.  We would like to give to you a magic Supercourse mirror to bring global health to you and your students.

A magical Supercourse global mirror is a very simple.  We provide all 4802 lectures of the Supercourse for your server, your library, or your PCs.  This is free and is a present of Global Health from the 2000 authors of lectures in the Supercourse.  With this you will have muchof the world's knowledge about global health in your university, library or ministry of health, and the lectures are yours and you can call it yours, e.g. the University of Hanoi Supercourse.   You  have the foundation for a Global Health Program in a "flash"

We provided a means where you can easily download all of our lectures into a server, PC, DVD, memory stick.  The HTML files are not large.  Then every 3 months, we update the Supercourse lectures for you so that your university remains current. Your faculty can also contribute their lectures to your Supercourse and you can translate these into any language..  You can give your students and your children, global health from Mongolia, Sudan, Canada, and Brazil.. Our most famous mirrored server is at the library of Alexandria which receives 10% of the hits at the library, with millions of visits per year.

A man's manners are a mirror in which he shows his portrait.  Goethe 

There are several advantages of a Mirrored Supercourse:  Your faculty will have the most up to date teaching materials on global health in your country.  Also this immediately demonstrates that your university is building a global health program.  In many countries, the speed of searching is improved.  It is  easy to download. Also, many new people will visit your site.  In addition we do not know if the Supercourse can survive in the next few years, but if we are in all the countries of the world, the Supercourse can continue.  It is completely transparent, free, and no strings attached.  You also join an elite club, global institutions who are working together for global health.

The Supercourse gains by establishing a presence in all countries. Also, this will continue to help us with our goal to double the amount of training in Global Health and Prevention in your country and the world. The more awareness about the Supercourse, the more awareness of global health.

At the end of Snow White, the wicked step mother poisons Snow White, it is thought that she dies, and the dwarves carry her away.  At the same time a rich, handsome prince uses the latest prevention approaches and kisses Snow White, and she becomes alive spitting out the apple that was choking her.  What a great happy ending showing the success of the supercourse for improving global health in pretty women and 7 short people going to work.  Our Russian Prince, Eugene Shubnikov, M.D. is proud to kiss the server in your center and bring it alive with global health and prevention. You can reach Prince Shobnikov at super1@pitt.edu.  The instructions for downloading the supercourse are:  http://www.pitt.edu/~super1/assist/download.htm


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> The properties and applications of single-molecule DNA sequencing

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Cancer Biology (3rd Edition)  library.nu #357141

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                                           I need the following ebooks and paper. Please upload or provide me the link.

Cancer Biology

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