Some of the latest transfer speculation involving Chelsea. Chelsea could sell Kenedy this summer, Goal.com say.The 21-year-old wide-man impressed for the Blues when given a chance last season but has not made a league appearance for them since.He played just once during a loan spell at Watford earlier in the campaign and since returning in January has made one appearance for Chelsea, against Brentford in the FA Cup. Hammers could buy Batshuayi – MirrorChelsea could sell Michy Batshuayi to West Ham, the Daily Mirror say.The Hammers wanted to sign the Belgium striker prior to his move to Stamford Bridge from Marseille last summer and have since expressed an interest in taking him on loan.The Mirror say Chelsea have little interest in a loan deal and the newspaper suggests Batshuayi could move to east London on a permanent basis.Alves linked againEmbed from Getty ImagesChelsea have again been linked with Juventus’ veteran right-back Dani Alves.The Sun have picked up on more reports in Spain claiming Blues boss Antonio Conte is keen to bring the 34-year-old to Stamford Bridge this summer.Alves has another year of his contract at Juve left to run. More Lukaku speculationEmbed from Getty ImagesSpeculation over the future of Romelu Lukaku goes on, with the Everton striker continuing to be linked with Chelsea and Manchester United.The Daily Star declare that United are “ready to go to war” with Chelsea over the Belgian and plan to table an £85m bid.The newspaper claim United’s former Blues boss Jose Mourinho wants his club to pull out all the stops to sign Lukaku.A ‘United source’ is quoted as saying: “The manager…has made it clear he wants Lukaku at United.“The club’s board are right behind him in the transfer market and will do everything in their power to give him what he wants.“If this means going head-to-head with Chelsea and Roman Abramovich then so be it, because the manager wants some more marquee signings.”The player recently posted on Twitter what appeared to be a response to the ongoing speculation over his future.Some media these days are annoying man…. 😓— R.Lukaku Bolingoli10 (@RomeluLukaku9) May 7, 2017As long as i didn’t make a public statement about my situation please stay out of my business ok? #☀️…— R.Lukaku Bolingoli10 (@RomeluLukaku9) May 7, 2017Conte wants Morata, Sun claimEmbed from Getty ImagesAccording to The Sun, Chelsea’s pursuit of Lukaku is being driven by technical director Michael Emenalo, with Conte convinced that Real Madrid’s Alvaro Morata would be a better fit.It is claimed that Conte wants the club’s hierarchy to back him by bringing in Morata.Conte is said to have been boosted by reports from Spain that Morata is unsettled at Real and could look to move on this summer.Blues confident on Bakayoko – MailEmbed from Getty ImagesChelsea are confident that they can beat stiff competition to the signing of Tiemoue Bakayoko, the Daily Mail say.The Monaco midfielder, 22, has reportedly been lined up for a £30m move to Stamford Bridge.Manchester United, Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Juventus are also said to be interested in him. Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Drink This Before Bed, Watch Your Body Fat Melt Like Crazy x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
(Visited 542 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 Here’s a collection of recent news about the extinct creatures that fascinate everyone: the dinosaurs.Before There Were Dinosaurs, This Triassic ‘Lizard King’ Ruled Antarctica (Live Science). Would you believe the continent of Antarctica, now a frozen waste, was once a lush land of forests and large beasts? An archosaur found in Antarctica must have been four to five feet in length. Evolutionists were surprised how, according to their moyboy timeline, this beast rebounded so quickly after their so-called Permian Extinction. It only took one or two million years! Wow! Snap your fingers, and in an instant of geological time you get archosaurs walking on the land, pterosaurs flying overhead, and ichthyosaurs swimming through the oceans. That’s Darwin magic.The 210-million-year-old Smok was crushing bones like a hyena (Science Daily). What’s a smok? It’s the name given to a type of archosaur found in Poland. But how much can you tell from coprolites (fossil dung)? The divination experts see a bone-crushing predator, even though “it is not fully clear whether it was a true dinosaur or a dinosaur-like precursor.” They had to add some Darwin Flubber to say that the fossil indicates “similar feeding adaptations being independently acquired at the beginning and end of the age of dinosaurs.”What’s the World’s Largest Dinosaur? (Live Science). Answer: Argentinosaurus. It weighed in at 77 to 90 tons. The tallest contender is likely Giraffatitan, a 40-foot-tall beast from Tanzania. There is some uncertainty in these estimates. After all, nobody saw them alive. Most of the guesses come from single bones.The very first dinosaurs probably evolved in South America (New Scientist). Dinosaur fossils are found all over the world, but some think the southern hemisphere, probably South America, got them first. To come to that conclusion, Brazilian scientists “examined six dinosaur evolutionary trees published over the last 20 years – including the radically different one published last year.” Are they just trying to win one for the home turf?Opal-Filled Fossils Reveal Timid, Dog-Size Dinosaur That Lived Down Under (Live Science). This fossil was found in a bucket of opals. It’s very rare to find an opalized dinosaur. The only place in the world may be Wee Warra, near the town of Lightning Ridge in New South Wales. Opal is a silica mineral that under certain circumstances can form rapidly. The opalized fossil came from an opal mine and was recognized by someone looking in the bucket. Paleontologists think this one was about the size of a sheep dog. Sheep dogs are not timid, though.‘Treasure trove’ of dinosaur footprints found in southern England (Phys.org). 85 “incredibly detailed” dinosaur footprints have been found near Sussex. The discoverers of these “extremely rare” trace fossils of iguanodons, ankylosaurs, stegosaurs and sauropods admit that circumstances of preservation have to be special. “The ground needs to be ‘sticky’ enough so that the footprint leaves a mark, but not so wet that it gets washed away.” But they also must be covered up before the next wave erodes them. These ones are “so well-preserved that fine detail of skin, scales and claws is easily visible.”‘Miracle’ Dinosaur Whose Bones Survived Being Blown Up Discovered in Italian Alps (Live Science). How did a large dinosaur get up to the Italian alps? It’s quite a tale. The discovery “thrilled scientists, who deduced that the dinosaur’s body ended up in the sea, where marine critters nibbled on its bones before it was buried. Then, it was lifted up toward the heavens as the Alps began forming about 30 million years ago.” Anyone see a Flood alternative here? After all, evolutionists believe in miracles, too:“It is a miracle that it survived such a long chain of events: drifting away to the sea, then floating, sinking, being scavenged by marine animals, reworked by sea bottom currents, buried, uplifted within a mountain chain, and eventually blown up by human explosives,” study lead researcher Cristiano Dal Sasso, a curator of vertebrate paleontology at the Milan Natural History Museum, told Live Science.Most animals do not drift, float, then fossilize. They quickly decay and all their parts are scavenged. They are not typically buried at the bottom of the sea. Whatever happened must have happened quickly.Could Evolution Ever Bring Back the Dinosaurs? (Live Science). Answer: No. Both creationists and evolutionists can agree on that. But evolutionists, being master storytellers, love speculating anyway. With the Stuff Happens Law at their disposal, anything could happen.Jamal Nasir, a geneticist at the University of Northampton in the United Kingdom, said he wouldn’t rule out the idea of dinosaurs evolving back from the dead. In his opinion, evolution isn’t fixed or planned. In other words, anything could happen. “Evolution is largely stochastic [randomly determined], and evolution doesn’t necessarily have to go in a forward direction; it could have multiple directions.”Of course, in evolutionists’ consensus opinion, birds are dinosaurs, so they didn’t die out in the first place.Darwinians are still working their puzzle (see “How not to work a puzzle,” 5 Feb 2013). They have their framework, and can move things around as long as the moyboy Darwin framework doesn’t change and they don’t run out of Darwin Flubber. With those things, a little Darwin magic and the Stuff Happens Law, they can explain anything. Instant pterosaurs? No problem. Instant archosaurs, ichthyosaurs and sauropods are easily be explained. The SHL can even take dinosaurs from the seafloor to the top of the Alps. Just say the magic words, “It evolved.”Wouldn’t it be nice to take the Darwin glasses off while looking at dinosaur evidence? Try it.
Arunima Sinha in hospital.Finally, the government has woken up to the plight of volleyball player Arunima Sinha, who lost her leg for resisting a robbery. Arunima, who had been pushed off a moving train by robbers in Uttar Pradesh on Monday, will get a job.The government was shaken out of its slumber only after Arunima snubbed the paltry compensation of Rs 25,000 offered by the sports ministry on Wednesday. Now the railways has said that it will offer her a job.In addition to that, Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports Ajay Maken on Thursday also clarified that what he offered on Wednesday was only interim compensation. Now, his ministry has released an additional Rs two lakh as medical relief to her, with the assurance that even more money would be given, if needed.”I have written to the Home Minister to give her job in CISF. If needed, we will give more relief and attempts to get her job in other ministries as well. We are releasing Rs two lakh as medical relief to her,” Maken said.Maken also slammed the UP government and the railways, saying, “The UP government had more responsibility in this regard. They should try to catch culprits and given more compensation. Even the Railway Ministry could provide her job.”Following her fall, one of Sinha’s legs had to be amputated below the knee. The other leg suffered multiple fractures as she was hit by a train passing on the adjacent track. The accident occurred near Bareilly station during her journey from Lucknow to Delhi on the Padmavati Express. Sinha had on Wednesday said she was a victim of attempted robbery. “They tried to snatch my chain. I resisted and got into a fight. Suddenly, they pushed me off the train,” she said.advertisementRailway board offers helpRailway Board chairman Vivek Sahay has said not only will his department offer her compensation, but will also work towards rehabilitating her. Sahay added that the railways have begun looking for a non-governmental organisation to ensure prosthetic aid for the hapless victim. Arunima, who was crippled for life after allegedly being pushed off a moving train in UP, was offered just Rs 25,000 as ex-gratia by the Union sports ministry. An enraged Sinha on Thursday turned down the government’s financial assistance – shortly after it was announced by Ajay Maken, MoS with Independent Charge for Youth Affairs and Sports. The 23-year-old demanded a government job to compensate for her career loss. Sinha had to face more humiliation on Thursday when the Government Railway Police (GRP) brushed aside her claim that she fell off the train during a scuffle with robbers.