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A missing tiger was searched in Houston for almost a week and finally found
Jose Ramos saw a tiger in his yard.
He picked up the phone, took a few pictures of the animal and posted them on a local forum, where the photos quickly caught the attention of another sheriff's assistant who lived nearby.
The policeman arrived at Ramos' house and aimed his gun at the animal, waiting for reinforcements to arrive.
American scientists have found that about 70% of emotional reactions to certain situations can be called universal for the inhabitants of the planet
The researchers trained the algorithm to recognize 16 types of facial expressions associated with various categories of emotions (fun, anger, awe, concentration, confusion, contempt, satisfaction, desire, disappointment, doubt, delight, interest, pain, sadness, surprise, triumph).
The scientists then matched the facial expressions with the contexts and scenarios in which they appeared in different parts of the world. As a result, they found striking similarities in the way people living in different geographical and cultural realities use facial expressions in different social contexts (experiencing certain events).
When analyzing the videos, it turned out that people all over the world are equally delighted during fireworks, celebrate at weddings, wrinkle their eyebrows with concentration during martial arts, experience pain when lifting weights and triumph in sports competitions.
BAY KIDS CLUB IS NAVIGATES THROUGH OUTBREAK
Oregon and Washington's dissolution of schools has required educators to be innovative in communicating with learners.
And like other services for education the problem wasn't any unique.
On Tues, Taylor Gilbert of Bay Socialites visited AM Plus to discuss how well the group is handling the outbreak.
PORTLAND IS RELAXING ITS STAY AT HOME EMERGENCY ORDER FOR UNESSENTIAL BUSINESS
On Mon, the day of a simulated emergencies-Council meeting, the Committee agreed that it would no longer implement aspect of the directive that prevented unessential companies from sending out goods or enabling pick-up on the roadside.
The initial town-wide directive created uncertainty of whether companies, including bookshops and yarn retailers, considered unessential, might deliver items via the mailbox or provide kurbside pick-up.
Portland-Councilman Tae Chong claims it's about seeking a practical way to redevelop.
"I don't really want to admit that any company is more important than others. As soon as we have a standardized way of keeping workers secure and people safe that is what I am searching for," retorted Chong.
The complete committee will debate the gauge at its Apr Twenty-seven meeting.
City administrators gave a notice that parks would be closed if the public did not comply with the social distance policy.
PORTLAND - It's been a fantastic weekend, and Portland Parks is still running, but the city officials are urging people to obey social distance policy.
Mark with Portland Parks and Entertainment indicated that if the public did not comply with the social distance rules that we have to close parks.