The boys match set the pace with an early kick off where they posted the goalless result two days after edging out Barcelona side Sant Gabriel 2-1 in their second friendly match. The result meant that they have only lost once in the three build up matches they played when they went down 3-5 to second division side Reus.“It was a good match and we are happy for the draw, our aim was to put in practice what the coaches have been teaching us and we did that exactly, we now go home with a lot of experience and hopefully we will be here this time playing for professional clubs,” All-Stars captain Mohammed Abdirahim stated.However, it was the girls who shone this time round following their 2-0 defeat to Barcelona side Sant Gabriel girls as they bounced back to thrash Tecnofutbol with Ndhiwa Queens starlet Cynthia Ogada netting twice to inspire the girls side only lose one match in the three build up they played.“I am very happy to end the friendly with a win, this means that we have succeeded in what he coaches have been teaching us, we dedicate this win to them,” Ogada, who was the top scorer in Nyanza region with six goals said after the match.The team, that was scouted by La Liga coaches from the eight regions in Nyanza, Western, Rift valley, Eastern, North Eastern, Central, Coast and Nairobi have had a 10-day training camp in Salou, Barcelona, Spain where they have been taught football skills, tactical approach to the game among many more.The team is slatted to depart for Kenya on Thursday night where they will join their respective teams ahead of he national finals set for June in Meru.-Alex Isaboke is reporting from Salou, Spain-0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Chapa Dimba All-Stars wrap up Spain stay with big winSALOU, Spain, May 15 – The Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom All-Stars team wrapped up their Spain tour with a bang after displaying impressive performance to see the girls rip apart home team Tecnofutbol Ladies 6-0 as their boys counterpart held hosts Nastic Tarragona 0-0 in their final friendlies played in Cambrils, Spain on Wednesday.The team entered the match, after having a tour at the Espanyol Stadium in the morning as part of their training programme.
Ever since Darwin, brain size has been the measure of human nature (e.g., 03/27/2007, 05/27/2009). Except for some anomalies with Neanderthal and Cro-magnon skull sizes, the iconic march of human evolution showed growing upright posture accompanied by increasing brain size (example on Daily Mail), and brain size was used to discriminate between races on the presumption it was a measure of intelligence. It is not clear, therefore, what to make of a question on PhysOrg, “Are brains shrinking to make us smarter?” It seems evolutionists want to have it both ways. Larger brains are evidence of evolution; smaller brains are evidence of evolution. Does the new claim muddy the waters of brain size as the measure of increasing human intelligence? The article tries to draw links between brain size as a function of body mass, or of population size, but it’s not clear any trend is detectable. In fact, the article later admits that brain size is not well linked to intelligence. Brian Hare (Duke U) said, “But the downsizing does not mean modern humans are dumber than their ancestors – rather, they simply developed different, more sophisticated forms of intelligence.” The article ended by Hare hoping that humans will express their inner bonobo. Chimps are more aggressive and violent. “Humans are both chimps and bobos [sic] in their nature and the question is how can we release more bonobo and less chimp,” he said. “I hope bonobos win… it will be better for everyone.”This comedy show is brought to you for your Superbowl halftime entertainment. Imagine if the Steelers were able to set the rules so that no matter which goal the ball landed on, they would win – and they could get away with it, because they bought off all the referees. The Packers can’t complain because if they don’t play according to those rules, they are accused of practicing religion instead of Football. The cameramen aim the cameras to make the Steelers look good and the Packers bad, and the commentators have their talking points down to make it all look enlightened and progressive. Anyone who complains this is unfair gets Expelled from the stadium.(Visited 8 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0