Decomposed body recovered from him
The self-styled tantrik S. Karthikeyan (31), who performed pooja in the presence of a highly-decomposed dead body of a young woman, has been detained under the Goondas Act.
Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent of Police, the District Collector, K. Nandakumar, issued orders detaining him under the Act. He was immediately lodged in the Central Prison in Tiruchi on Saturday.
The police arrested four others — Deepika alias Nasima (21), who was said to be Karthikeyan’s wife, S. Sathishkumar (28) car driver, who drove the car used for the transport of the body from a burial ground in Chennai to the M. M. Nagar in Perambalur where the tantrik was staying, Vinothkumar, M. Dhanraj and S. Karthik, graveyard workers. Based on a complaint about the foul smell emanating in the area, neighbours alerted the police about a fortnight ago. The Town police have registered a case under Sec. 270 (Malignant act likely to spread infection of disease dangerous to life), Sec. 417 (Cheating), Sec. 506 (Criminal intimidation), Sec. 297 (Tresspassing into burial place) and Sec. 109 (Abetment). They all were remanded to custody.
Karthikeyan, in collusion with the graveyard workers, had brought the body of a girl from Chennai to Perambalur. He claimed he needed the body to converse with “the spirits” and to assuage the influence of “evil spirits”.
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Thank you for that, as always.
I shit myself at work about four hours ago, it was only moderately awkward.
Then after that there were these horrible women who were fighting in the parking lot, and then the door man told me to drive around the building and they would be in the bushes by the little one man no handle side door. They were so well hidden in the bushes I thought it was a myth, I couldn't even see them in there, but eventually the door man came back around and pointed them out
All of this is pointless taxi babble. It's because I am still at work this second. It's what we talk about with other drivers. Sorry
So we get the women out of the bushes. They break the molding off the inside of the car door. They sob and kiss each other, they accuse me of going the wrong way. The one giving me directions is having some consistent brain problem where when she means "left" she says "fight" yes like FIGHT CLUB..."Go fight! Go fight!"
Anyway so we get there. It was good work on my part to find the place too. Then they start yelling I have their car keys. No I do not. I search the car thoroughly.
Obviously the car keys are back at the bar in the bushes they like so well.
This is a boring story, sorry about that. I told the boss IF YOU GET ANY PHONE CALLS from senseless women concerning car keys, do not entertain their scenario.
A team of engineering researchers has made a fundamental advance in controlling so-called soft robots, using magnetic fields to remotely manipulate microparticle chains embedded in soft robotic devices. The researchers have already created several devices that make use of the new technique.
"By putting these self-assembling chains into soft robots, we are able to have them perform more complex functions while still retaining relatively simple designs," says Joe Tracy, an associate professor of materials science and engineering at North Carolina State University and corresponding author of a paper on the work. "Possible applications for these devices range from remotely triggered pumps for drug delivery to the development of remotely deployable structures."
The new technique builds on previous work in the field of self-assembling, magnetically actuated composites by Tracy and Orlin Velev, the INVISTA Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at NC State.
For this study, the researchers introduced iron microparticles into a liquid polymer mixture and then applied a magnetic field to induce the microparticles to form parallel chains. The mixture was then dried, leaving behind an elastic polymer thin film embedded with the aligned chains of magnetic particles.
"The chains allow us to manipulate the polymer remotely as a soft robot by controlling a magnetic field that affects the chains of magnetic particles," Tracy says.
Specifically, the direction of the magnetic field and its strength can be varied. The chains of iron microparticles respond by aligning themselves and the surrounding polymer in the same direction as the applied magnetic field.
Using this technique, the researchers have created three kinds of soft robots. One device is a cantilever that can lift up to 50 times its own weight. The second device is an accordion-like structure that expands and contracts, mimicking the behavior of muscle. The third device is a tube that is designed to function as a peristaltic pump – a compressed section travels down the length of the tube, much like someone squeezing out the last bit of toothpaste by running their finger along the tube.
"We're now working to improve both the control and the power of these devices, to advance the potential of soft robotics," Tracy says.
The researchers have also developed a metric for assessing the performance of magnetic lifters, such as the cantilever device.
"We do this by measuring the amount of weight being lifted and taking into account both the mass of particles in the lifter and the strength of the magnetic field being applied," says Ben Evans, co-author of the paper and an associate professor of physics at Elon University. "We think this is a useful tool for researchers in this area who want to find an empirical way to compare the performance of different devices."
More information: Marissa M. Schmauch et al. Chained Iron Microparticles for Directionally Controlled Actuation of Soft Robots, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2017). DOI: 10.1021/acsami.7b01209
Cats love to make peep-holes in mini-blinds,that is really true
hello dog fish, mojo and lex.......hope you all are well.thank you, I am well...if you are the same ol' Smokey it has been a while, PRAISE GOD.
“Obviously I’ve made a lot of mistakes