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Shock Wave (A Virgil Flowers Novel)
The thrilling new Virgil Flowers novel from the #1 New York Times-bestselling author.
The superstore chain PyeMart has its sights set on a Minnesota river town, but two very angry groups want to stop it: local merchants, fearing for their businesses, and environmentalists, predicting ecological disaster. The protests don't seem to be slowing the project, though, until someone decides to take matters into his own hands.
The first bomb goes off on the top floor of PyeMart's headquarters. The second one explodes at the construction site itself. The blasts are meant to inflict maximum damage-and they do. Who's behind the bombs, and how far will they go? It's Virgil Flowers's job to find out . . . before more people get killed.
HOMENAGEM ao Dia Internacional das Abelhas...***...HOMAGE for International Day of the Bees
03 de Outubro, Homenageamos o Dia Internacional das Abelhas. Abelha e a denominacao comum de varios insetos pertencentes a ordem Hymenoptera, da superfamilia Apoidea, subgrupo Anthophila, aparentados das vespas e formigas. O representante mais conhecido e a Apis mellifera, oriunda do Velho Mundo, criada em larga escala para a producao de mel, cera e propolis. As especies de abelhas nativas das Americas (Novo Mundo) nao possuem ferrao. A maioria destas pertence a tribo Meliponini. Os individuos adultos se alimentam geralmente de nectar e sao os mais importantes agentes de polinizacao. As abelhas polinilizam flores de cores monotonas, escuras e pardacentas (todos os tipos de flores). Uma abelha visita dez flores por minuto em busca de polen e do nectar. Ela faz, em media, quarenta voos diarios, tocando em 40 mil flores. Com a lingua, as abelhas recolhem o nectar do fundo de cada flor e guardam-no numa bolsa localizada na garganta. Depois voltam a colmeia e o nectar vai passando de abelha em abelha. Desse modo a agua que ele contem se evapora, ele engrossa e se transforma em mel. A abelha tem cinco olhos. Sao tres pequenos no topo da cabeca e dois olhos compostos, maiores, na frente. Uma abelha produz cinco gramas de mel por ano, para produzir um quilo de mel, as abelhas precisam visitar 5 milhoes de flores e consomem cerca de 6 a 7 gramas de mel para produzirem 1 grama de cera. Uma colmeia abriga de 60 a 80 mil abelhas. Tem uma rainha, cerca de 400 zangoes e milhares de operarias. Se nascem duas ou mais rainhas ao mesmo tempo, elas lutam ate que uma morra. A abelha-rainha vive ate 5 anos, enquanto o resto so vive 48 dias. Apenas as abelhas femeas trabalham. Os machos podem entrar em qualquer colmeia ao contrario das femeas. A unica missao dos machos e fecundar a rainha. A rainha voa o mais que pode e e fecundada pelo macho que conseguir ir ate ela, esse voo se chama: voo nupcial. Depois de cumprirem essa missao, eles nao sao mais aceitos na colmeia. Quando existe pouco mel na colmeia, os machos param de trabalhar e vao embora. *** October 03, Homage for International Day of the Bees. Bee is the common name of several insects belonging to the order Hymenoptera, superfamily Apoidea, Anthophila subgroup, kin of wasps and ants. The best known member is the Apis mellifera, originated in the Old World, created largely for the production of honey, beeswax and propolis. The native bees of the Americas (New World) have no sting. Most of these belong to the tribe Meliponini. The adults feed on nectar and often are the most important pollinators. Bees polinilizam dull-colored flowers, dark and drab (all types of flowers). A bee visiting flowers for ten minutes in search of pollen and nectar. She does, on average, forty flights a day, playing in 40 000 flowers. With the language, the bees collect nectar from the bottom of each flower and keep it in a bag located in the throat. After returning to the hive and the nectar from bee will bee. Thus it contains the water evaporates, it thickens and becomes honey. The bee has five eyes. Three small at the top of the head and two compound eyes, larger in front. A bee produces five grams of honey per year to produce one pound of honey, bees must visit 5 million flowers and consume about 6-7 grams of honey to produce 1 gram of wax. A hive is home to 60 to 80 thousand bees. It has a queen,400 drones and about thousand workers. If two or more queens are born at the same time, they fight until one dies. The queen bee lives up to five years, while the rest live only 48 days. Only female bees work. Males can enter any hive as opposed to females. The sole task of male is to fertilize the queen. The Queen flies the more that can and is fertilized by the male who can go to it, that flight is called: nuptial flight. After fulfilling this mission, they are no longer accepted in the hive. When there is a little honey in the hive, the males stop working and leave.
Andy Flower and Grant Flower
Andy Flower The elder of two Test-playing brothers, Andy Flower was for a long time Zimbabwe's only batsman of true Test quality in all conditions. For a period of about two years from the start of 2000 he was so phenomenally consistent that he has no rival as the best player in Zimbabwe's history. His wicketkeeping, though, was sometimes less dependable, and probably suffered from the added strain of having to lead the side. He had two stints as captain, leading Zimbabwe to their first Test victory against Pakistan in 1994-95, and then becoming the first Zimbabwean to lead a Test tour of England, in 2000. An assured player of fast bowling since his early days as an opener, Flower matured into one of the best players of spin in the world, and on the Indian tour early in 2001 he made 540 runs for twice out. By then, he had gone from underrated over-achiever to a recognised star, with a spell at No. 1 in the international ratings. Opposing bowlers targeted him accordingly and after a phenomenal Test against South Africa at Harare, when he made 142 and 199 not out, he suffered a rare slump. Off the field, Flower is a keen student of Zimbabwe's history, of which he is now a notable part. He announced his retirement from international cricket after a turbulent 2003 World Cup, which started with an unprecedented protest by Flower, and his equally brave team-mate Henry Olonga, about what they called the "death of democracy" in Zimbabwe. Flower played for Essex from 2002 until 2006, and enjoyed a season in South Australia in 2003-04. He was joined at Essex by his brother Grant in 2005, and they became the first brothers to score first-class centuries for the county in the same innings against Lancashire that year. But injury ruled him out of the 2007 season, and when the offer came to become England's assistant coach, he retired and took it. Grant Flower The younger brother of Andy Flower, Grant is an experienced top-order batsman who began his career as an opener but then slipped down to No. 6 after success there in one-day internationals. Grant has the stubborn temperament needed to play long innings, but he is also a powerful hitter when required. He is also a brilliant fielder anywhere close to the wicket, and a handy left-arm spinner at one-day level, although his bowling action has been questioned occasionally. After an impressive start to international cricket, including 82 on his debut against India in October 1992 and an unbeaten double-hundred in Zimbabwe's first ever Test win, his average in both forms of the game has gradually crept down. Asked to burden the batting on the 2003 England tour after his brother Andy's retirement, he failed to lead his side out of trouble, except for matchwinning 96 not out at Trent Bridge in the NatWest Series. A broken thumb ruled him out of the 2003-04 Australian tour, meaning that for the first time in 15 years, the name `Flower' will not be on a full Zimbabwe team scoresheet. He emerged during the dispute between the Zimbabwe board and the rebel players as spokesman for the latter, speaking his mind with courage. An introverted but amiable character, he is a fitness fanatic and spends hours in the gym. In 2004 he announced his retirement from international cricket, although that had already in effect been sealed by the dispute between the rebels and the ZCU, and signed a contract with Essex, where Andy had already established himself.