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This latest defense tactic comes in the face of a perjury charge expected to be brought against the Attorney General after Robert S. Mueller III, head of the FBI, offered Congress testimony that directly contradicted testimony from the A.G. A subpoena has been issued to Karl Rove as Congress is searching for further clarification of related issues.
A brief New York Times overview is here: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/27/washington/26cn
describes a woman who recieved an overdose living for twenty two days after the overdose knowing she was going to die.
In addition to the human element, regulators reviewing the cases cite the lack of sanity checks embedded into the pump as an issue that needs to be addressed. Yet another example of technology designed without proper validation testing to account for human error.
The nurses involved in most of these cases are not being disciplined. Regulators cite systematic failures that should have been addressed when the procedures and technology were implemented.
Apparently solar flares follow 'coronal loops.' These loops funnel acoustic signals much like a pipe organ does — leading the reporter to liken the sun's corona to a musical instrument.
From TFA: "These loops can be up to 100 million kilometres long and guide waves and oscillations in a similar way to a pipe organ," said Dr Youra Taroyan, from the Solar Physics and Space Plasma Research Centre (SP2RC) at the University of Sheffield.
Other info here : the sun's corona is up to 300 times hotter than the surface of the sun. There is some basic explanation of this phenomenon. Also some suggestions that these discoveries may help work out earth based fusion kinks...