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February 20, 2018

Mainline Cell Homemade Boilie Bait Recipes And Expert Ingredients For Big Carp And Catfish!}

Submitted by: Tim F. Richardson

There are many carp and catfish recipes but some ingredients and combinations make all the difference between catching the biggest fish, or none at all! Some ingredients and additives, liquids and flavour components really seriously put you ahead, (as in Mainline Cell boilies!) Read on to find out more and transform your homemade baits and your big fish catches fast!

Bread, peanut butter and Marmite paste baits are about as simple and as instant as one could possibly imagine a carp bait to be; and this combination really works very well indeed! This is especially when such bait is made with added emulsified mixed nut oil for instance, (or using hemp oil plus additional betaine for the colder months!) In fact in many ways homemade Marmite paste is even better than expensive readymade boilies like Mainline Cell!

This is because of the characteristic paste openness and soluble form achieved by blending Marmite with other suitably soluble additives and ingredients. Additionally Marmites active properties and formless nature can tempt even the wariest of carp into making a mistake! Such bait is totally instant and requires zero pre-baiting which is a common feature of the truly great baits!

One of the simplest alternative bait recipes I have used is based upon hydrolysed salmon protein liquid which is an extremely viscous product and helps binds bait together yet has excellent soluble nutritionally stimulating factors. When making a homemade Cell-type boilie, this additive in powder and liquid form really makes a big difference, as do tuna meal for instance and squid meal. All of these deliver alternative amino acid profiles compared to the often-used Cell readymade and really give you an edge over wary fish!

Other aspects of such a recipe are gram flour (chick pea flour) used instead of the commonly-used soya flour. I have used ordinary white or whole meal wheat flour for years since before the days when the hard form durum wheat (semolina) can into fashion. Try using this find white powder instead of full fat or de-fatted semolina.

Another aspect is premium grade salmon oil, emulsified using a liquid lecithin at 10 percent rate per volume of oil. I aim to use a maximum of for instance 20 milliliters of oil per kilogram of base mix. Another part is hydrolysed salmon protein powder; for example used at for instance a 50 grams per kilogram base mix rate.

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Micronised maize is another aspect; it binds and hardens baits. But I only use a low level of this. Maize is one of the commonest-used bait ingredients. Another part of this recipe is sesame seeds in whole and in creamed form. The creamed form is called Tahini and is excellent. I find Tahini mixed with Marmite is an excellent blend in simple or more complex baits.

Betaine is one of the most talked about but under-used additives. I use it as much for its internal properties as anything else. Choose forms which upon adding to cold water, disappear instantly!

Marmite is one ingredient many old school anglers have been using in all their baits for years to make their baits enzyme-active due to the probiotic nature of Marmite (yeast extract.) When teamed with molasses meal and gram flour or yellow pea protein for example, you have something very special going on which is very similar to that which occurs within Cell readymade baits, (and is equally as productive!)

Molasses meal is a fantastic ingredient which has been used for decades and can be exploited in literally any bait! I really rate it, for its activation properties of baits, its feed-inducing betaine content, its special pigments and more! Alternative examples of flours to use include flaxseed flour, tapioca flour, potato starch and corn starch. These all work, together as binders.

To make your bait active which improves the solubility and digestion and stimulatory properties and vital functions of your bait you can incorporate and multi-purpose enzyme compound, such as that supplied by Feedstimulants (online,) which has a range of feed stimulants and palatability factors, enhancers, emulsified essential oils and much more. (This is a range purposely based on and inspired by my carp and catfish bait recipe secrets formulation ebooks series.)

One of the earliest carp baits I ever made in the seventies was custard powder paste. Elements of it included corn starch. It also included caseins, sugars and salts, and vanilla flavour. Wheat gluten is also very useful. It used to be a standard part of special paste baits in the seventies before milk proteins really took over binding functions. They were predominantly soluble pastes and were and still are exceptionally effective.

Many people ask me about my unique no-egg bait approach and comment on the formlessness of my baits and the diversity of the surfaces and textures I produce to fool fish thus making it much more difficult for them to sort out hook baits. But really what matters is what my baits are composed of and that which they are giving out into solution in the water column.

These substances and concentrations in combination pre-stimulate fish and pre-condition their receptors. Such aspects are vital because once my baits have been detected and fish are pre-stimulated and already in the early stages of feeding behaviours even before finding the physical baits, then once fish are in the immediate proximity of my hook baits then they really have passed beyond normal feeding caution already!

The purpose of free baits to programme receptor sites in advance of fish actually investigating your hook baits is of paramount importance and the true purpose of free baits in my experience. This is just one aspect which I cover in very great depth in my one to one personal bait tuition, quite apart from how to make baits alive and keep them active in real time as you are fishing hook baits and applying free baits, and such probiotic and prebiotic aspects seriously make all the difference to catches.

I have found after 25 years of using HNV and BNV food bait theory that there is another paradigm, a newer one which defeats the old, and this is a new way of designing and applying, evolving and specifically testing baits for guaranteed success, which Ive been developing and refining and proving through my bait tuition and ebook readers for over 8 years.

This is part of what I teach to those people with an open mind in my 1 to 1 bait tuition personal one day intensives. The people that generate the best questions are often complete beginners to bait making because these people have fewest preconceptions and the least limited mindsets!

Over the past 10 years I have aimed to get the message of the true power of making your own totally uniquely potent homemade baits out there across the world. This has been via my Facebook page and website, my Baitbigfish youtube bait secrets and bait recipe videos as well as through my Carp food column called Why do carp like that?” in Crafty Carper magazine, which Frank Warwick really encouraged me to do.

Instant flavoured baits and food baits are not the only bait paradigms and there are more and these are seriously good for the fish; which is why they are so very effective! Revealed in my unique readymade bait and homemade bait carp and catfish bait secrets ebooks is far more powerful information look up my unique website (Baitbigfish) and see my biography below for details of my ebooks deals right now!

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UBS sees net income jump 15 percent

Tuesday, May 3, 2005

Swiss banking giant UBS today reported better than expected first-quarter results – but warned investors that full year results could be hit by weaker investment banking revenues.

First-quarter net profit stood at 2.625bn Swiss francs (US$2.19bn; €1.7bn) up 15% from last year’s 2.28bn Swiss francs. Assets under management grew to 2.36 trillion Swiss francs (US$1.97 trillion; €1.53 trillion); an increase of 21.2bn Swiss francs on last year.

Despite the solid performance, CFO Clive Standish told the media “Clearly we have seen a slowing of the markets over the quarter, particularly in March… There is a perceptible slowdown in markets as we speak.” Reacting to the pessimism, UBS shares dropped 1.5%.

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Pope concludes visit to US with Mass at Yankee Stadium

Monday, April 21, 2008

Sunday was the last day of Pope Benedict XVI’s six-day visit to the United States. The first event was a visit to the World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan, New York City, New York.

The Pope rode his Popemobile down a ramp, to the bottom of the site. Accompanied by Cardinal Edward Egan, the archbishop of New York, he knelt at a rectangular pool and prayed silently for the victims of the September 11 attacks. Then he held up a single lit candle, before he began to speak.

“Turn to your way of love those whose hearts and minds are consumed with hatred,” the Pope said. “Grant that those whose lives were spared may live so that lives lost here may not have been lost in vain.”

“God of peace, bring your peace to our violent world; peace in the hearts of all men and women and peace among the nations of the earth,” he said. Afterwards, he met with family members of 16 of the victims and also with four of the rescue workers.

“I didn’t really have anything to say to him,” George Bachmann, a now-retired fire fighter, who broke his back and suffered burns as a first responder. “Being in his presence was enough for me.”

In the afternoon on Sunday, Benedict XVI travelled to The Bronx to hold Mass at Yankee Stadium, which is the home stadium for the New York Yankees baseball team. The stadium has been the scene of papal Masses by Paul VI in 1965 and John Paul II in 1979.

The Popemobile entered the stadium at 2:19 p.m. EDT (UTC-4) and drove around the baseball field in front of the crowd of over 57,000.

“Your pastoral visit is for all of us gathered here in New York a blessing for which we are all grateful,” said Cardinal Egan in his introduction. “It is an extraordinary privilege to be allowed to tell you what a deep and appreciated grace your presence is for all of us.”

Benedict XVI told the crowd that the Mass was “a summons to move forward with firm resolve to use wisely the blessings of freedom, in order to build a future of hope for coming generations.”

During the homily, the Pope said “The Gospel teaches us that true freedom, the freedom of the children of God, is found only in the self-surrender which is part of the mystery of love. Only by losing ourselves, the Lord tells us, do we truly find ourselves.” He also touched on the subjects of peace, human rights and religious freedom which had been hallmarks of his previous addresses while in the United States.

It also marked the 200th anniversary of the archdioces in New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Louisville, which were all created in April 1808.

“It’s like Jesus Christ visiting America,” Clemens Semon, 50, a resident of Ozone Park, Queens who immigrated from Ivory Coast told The New York Times. “You see how many pack together, come together to see him? He’s a unifier, he brings hope and peace.”

Vice President Dick Cheney and his wife Lynne Cheney joined the Pope for the farewell ceremony at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. Senator and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton had been expected, but did not attend. They were even mentioned in Cheney’s prepared remarks.

“You’ve encountered a nation facing many challenges, but with more blessings than anyone could count,” Cheney said in his five-minute speech. “All Americans respect your message of peace, justice and freedom.”

In the Pope’s remarks, the pontiff mentioned the visit to the World Trade Center site, “My visit this morning to Ground Zero will remain firmly etched in my memory.” His last comment as he turned to leave was, “May God Bless America.”

Benedict XVI waved goodbye from the doorway of his AlitaliaShepherd One” at 8:40 p.m. EDT.

The papal airplane “Shepherd One” touched down at Rome Ciampino Airport, Italy, at 10:40 a.m. CEST (UTC+2) on Monday.

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February 19, 2018

New Jersey real estate investor charged with $2 million theft

Friday, March 20, 2009

The owner of a New Jersey real estate investment firm has been charged with using $2 million of his company’s money for construction at his home and other projects not related to work.

Gary Klein, owner of the Asbury Park-based REI Group Inc., surrendered himself to police after a Monmouth County grand jury indicted him on one count of theft by deception charges.

The charges were the result of a three-year investigation into his practices. Klein, 45, of Colts Neck Township, faces up to 10 years in state prison if convicted. Klein was released Friday after posting $75,000 bail.

Klein attracted clients by telling them he would invest their money in projects that would result in returns of 12 and 85 percent. Prosecutors said the actions mirrored those of a Ponzi scheme.

Robert Weir, Klein’s attorney, said the operation was not a Ponzi scheme, but legitimate business investments that went bad as the economy declined. Weir also said Klein hired a receiver to try and return the investors’ money once the investments started to go sour.

“It’s a shame that a business that experienced a turn in the real estate market is now being treated as a criminal problem. That was not Mr. Klein’s intent,” Weir said to The Star-Ledger.

Weir said the investments were used for building rehabilitation projects in Asbury Park and the construction of Florida condominium complexes, but authorities said Klein used the money to repay earlier investors who were cashing out, as well to help build his own home.

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About 7 percent of Americans have appendicitis which appears when the appendix becomes inflamed and filled with puss. The appendix is small, finger-shaped and is projected out from the colon on the right-hand side. The pain that begins around the navel and then shifts to the lower-right abdomen consists the main symptom of appendicitis.

The pain may increase over a period of 12-24 hours and may be many severe. People between the ages of 10 and 30 may develop an appendicitis which requires surgery. The surgical removal of the appendix (appendectomy) represents the standard treatment for appendicitis. In many cases the recover is fast. A long heal is the cause of a ruptured appendix.Serious complications such as an infection of the abdominal lining or a walled-off area of infection are the causes of an appendix that’s not promptly treated. Sometimes a ruptured appendix may be fatal. A variety of symptoms may represent the appendicitis causes. An aching pain around the navel that often shifts to the lower-right abdomen is the most obvious symptom of appendicitis.As the inflammation of the appendix spreads to nearby tissues and the pain become sharper and more severe. Usually the pain tends to settle in the lower-right abdomen above the appendix; this kind of pain is known as McBurney’s point. This point is situated between the navel and the right pelvic bone. But the location may be different depending on the age and position of the appendix.Especially young children presents symptoms in different places. A gentle pressure helps the body to relax and a release often causes a worse pain. The pain may be release if the position of the body is changed. For example the knees are pulled up toward the chest. The symptoms are the following: nausea and sometimes vomiting, loss of appetite and a low-grade fever that starts after other symptoms appear.The fact that appendicitis occurs and how it occurs it can’t be precisely specified. When food waste and a hard piece of stool (fecal stone) is trapped the length of the appendicitis rises. Appendicitis may appear after an infection, especially a gastrointestinal infection or after other types of inflammation. For those types of symptoms the appendix may become filled with puss. If is not immediately treated the appendix may rupture.In case of acute appendicitis the appendix needs an appendectomy. A single long abdominal incision may be performed by the surgeon. This method uses the laparoscopy surgery: a few small abdominal incisions. In the laparoscopic procedure the surgeon inserts a laparoscope, a pencil-thin tube with its own lighting system and miniature video camera into the abdomen through a hollow instrument (cannula). A small incision is required.The video camera produces a splendid view of the inside of the abdomen. This allows the surgeon to see the surgery in detail. For removing the appendix the surgeon uses tiny instruments inserted through several other small abdominal incisions. The laparoscopic allows a faster recover. But for the cases when the infection spreads beyond the appendix, a larger incision is necessary. Intravenous antibiotics will be received in the hospital during the recover.Many methods of surgeries has been improved and they provide a lot of ways for currying appendicitis. This permits people to recover faster day by day.

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Astronomers find changes in Saturn’s rings

Wednesday, September 7, 2005

Astronomers have discovered that Saturn’s D ring, the innermost of Saturn’s 15 rings, has grown dimmer in the past 25 years and sections have moved up to 125 miles inward toward the planet. This discovery was made after astronomers compiled results predominantly from the Voyager 2 spacecraft, which passed Saturn in 1981, and the Cassini-Huygens probe which entered Saturn’s orbit last year.

Other rings were found to be rotating slower than had previously been estimated with computer models. It was also discovered that the matter composing the rings is of far more widely varying temperatures than had been expected. Sections of Saturn’s F ring were also recognised as breaking apart and reforming, depending on the location of one of Saturn’s moons.

The rings, which are now iconic to Saturn, and known to be common to all Jovian planets in general, were first observed in 1610 by Galileo. The rings have recently become a subject of scientific interest to modern astronomers who believe they are similar in structure to the dust which orbited the Sun, in a similar pattern, and formed the planets some 4.5 billion years ago.

This, and other Cassini-related discoveries, were discussed at a meeting of the American Astronomical Society‘s division of planetary sciences on Monday.

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British government scraps planned rules on pay equality

Saturday, December 4, 2010

The British Conservative-Liberal Democratic coalition government has scrapped plans by the previous government to change the rules on equal pay between men and women.

The previous Labour government included a provision in the Equality Act 2010—Section 78—to allow the government the option to introduce regulations that would require companies to publish details of the difference in pay between male and female employees. If the government had activated such regulations, they would have come into force in 2013. The current government have decided not to activate this requirement and instead will only ask businesses to provide this data voluntarily and will set an “aspiration” to dramatically increase the number of women in senior positions in business.

Lynne Featherstone, the Liberal Democrat MP and coalition Equalities Minister, in announcing the plans stated that the government wishes “to move away from the arrogant notion that government knows best, to one where government empowers individuals, businesses and communities to make change happen.”

Featherstone announced the policy at the School of Management at Cranfield University, who have conducted research finding that only 12.5% of directors of FTSE 100 companies are women, up from 12.2% last year—”glacially slow” progress according to business commentator David Prosser.

Featherstone justified not implementing the pay audits due to the economic costs: “Right at this moment of financial peril to the nation is perhaps not the moment to introduce mandatory pay audits.”

This breaks with a Liberal Democrat manifesto commitment, as well as contradicting Featherstone’s own words two years ago in support of the audit: “A voluntary audit system for private industry is hardly worth the paper it’s printed on. We need to know when the government actually plans to step in if progress isn’t made.”

Women’s groups and trade unions have condemned this move. Dave Prentis, the general secretary of UNISON, Britain’s second largest trade union, said that this is an example of the government “stripping down its commitment to equality”.

It is a disgrace that women are still getting paid less than men. This move threatens to turn the clock back on all the progress already made with equal pay.

Prentis continued: “It is a disgrace that women are still getting paid less than men. This move threatens to turn the clock back on all the progress already made with equal pay.”

Ceri Goddard, the chief executive of the feminist campaigning group the Fawcett Society, condemned the plans: “The persistent gap in pay between men and women is one of the starkest examples of inequality in the UK today. The government’s decision not to bring into force section 78 is a huge disappointment and means this injustice will continue for a long time to come. The government has today consigned another generation of women to lower pay. Their proposal to rely only on voluntary business action on pay isn’t just naive, it sends a dangerous signal that tackling discrimination against women is a choice, not a requirement.”

Yvette Cooper, Featherstone’s shadow minister on the Labour benches, called the news “another broken promise from the government” and said that “scrapping Labour’s plan to increase transparency in pay is a backwards step for women’s equality.”

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Constitutionality of DNC Florida primary to be decided in appeal

Thursday, March 20, 2008

The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta, Georgia agreed to hear Victor DiMaio’s suit against the Democratic National Committee on Monday. Dimaio sued the DNC over their decision to ignore the results of Florida’s Democratic primary.

DiMaio claims that excluding Florida’s Democratic voters and allowing some states to vote earlier than others violates the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The DNC countered that they have the power to exclude any state that does not follow their rules, and that the Supreme Court has repeatedly upheld the right of political parties to make and enforce their own rules as protected by the Freedom of Association in the First Amendment. The DNC’s rules currently allow early primaries to be held in only four states: Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, and South Carolina.

The appellate court’s decision could take more than a month. Whichever way this court decides, the losing party is expected to petition the U.S. Supreme Court to review the question.

Meanwhile, a furor is brewing inside the Democratic Party over what will be done with the delegates representing the voters of Florida and Michigan. Schemes to offer an inexpensive mail-in revote in Florida have been abandoned by the Florida Democratic Party as being at risk of vote tampering.

A plan to distribute Florida’s delegates among the candidates was proposed Wednesday by Florida state senators Steven Gelleras and Jeremy Ring. The plan recommends seating half of Florida’s 210 delegates based on the votes cast in Florida’s primary. Their remaining delegates could be allocated evenly or in proportion to each candidate’s national tally.

The Michigan legislature was considering a re-run of the Michigan Democratic primary for June 3rd but Barack Obama questioned the legality of the planned vote. The Michigan legislature adjourned for spring recess today (Thursday) before reaching a decision which has effectively ended the possibility of a re-vote on June 3rd. Last minute deals are still possible but the re-ballot would have to occur before June 10 to comply with DNC rules.

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February 18, 2018

Mars rover engineers build test sandbox

Sunday, May 8, 2005

Mars rover engineers have built a test bed simulating the condition of the Mars Rover Opportunity, which became stuck in a Martian sand dune on April 26. The test bed uses a combination of materials including play sand for children’s sandboxes, diatomaceous earth for swimming pool filters, and mortar clay powder.

Opportunity dug into soft sand to wheel-hub depth as it drove over a dune about one-third meter (one foot) tall and 2.5 meters (8 feet) wide. “We’ve climbed over dozens of ripples, but this one is different in that it seems to be a little taller and to have a steeper slope, about 15 degrees on part of its face,” said Mark Maimone, a Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) rover mobility engineer. Tests will be conducted using an Earth-bound twin of the rover and the simulated Martian dune to determine how to best maneuver Opportunity out of the predicament before transmitting commands to the actual vehicle.

“We choose to proceed cautiously, so we don’t expect to begin actually driving out of the dune before next week, possibly later,” said Jim Erickson, rover project manager at JPL. “Both Opportunity and Spirit have already provided many more months of scientific exploration than anyone expected. By taking good care of them, we hope to keep them exploring for more months to come. Tests so far have sustained our optimism about Opportunity’s ability to drive out of this dune, but we have more testing ahead to understand how robust that capability is.”

Engineers constructed a simulated dune last week using sand that was already at JPL’s rover testing facility and put a test rover into a similar dug-in position. The test rover had no difficulty driving away, even when sunk belly-deep. However, that sand offered better traction than the finer, looser material that appears to make up the surface at Opportunity’s current position. “We needed to do tests using material more like what Opportunity is in, something that has a fluffier texture and cakes onto the wheels,” said JPL rover engineer Rick Welch, who is leading the tests.

Based on images of wheels and wheel tracks from Mars, Dr. Robert Sullivan of Cornell University, a rover science team member, working with engineers in the JPL test bed, helped match the properties of the test sand as closely as possible with those of the sand beneath Opportunity, “We found that when the wheels dig in, the material we’re using does stick to the wheels and fills the gaps between the cleats, but it doesn’t stick when you’re just driving over it. That’s good because it’s the same as what we see in the images from Opportunity,” Sullivan said. Experiments show that the test rover, after some initial wheel-spinning, can drive out of the more powdery material.

The team went to several home supply and hardware stores to find enough bags and boxes of the ingredients to make more than 2 tons of the simulated Mars sand for the more realistic mobility tests, according to JPL rover mobility engineer Jeff Biesiadeckia.

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Report urges Kenya to ban plastic bags

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They are cheap, useful, and very plentiful, and that is exactly the problem, according to researchers. A report issued on Feb. 23 by a cadre of environment and economics researchers suggested that Kenya should ban the common plastic bag that one gets at the checkout counter of grocery stores, and place a levy on other plastic bags, all to combat the country’s environmental problems stemming from the bags’ popularity.

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