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Underground Great Wall of China

The Underground Great Wall of China is the informal name for the vast system of tunnels China uses to store and transport mobile intercontinental ballistic missiles. Due to the great secrecy surrounding the tunnels, not much information about them is publicly available; this enhances the ICBM's chance of survival in a direct nuclear strike, which enables their use in a second strike unlike ICBMs based in static nuclear silos which do not survive a direct nuclear attack. A report written by a Georgetown University team led by Phillip Karber conducted a three-year study to map out China’s complex tunnel system, which stretches 5,000 km; the report determined that the stated Chinese nuclear arsenal is understated and as many as 3,000 nuclear warheads may be stored in the tunnel network. This hypothetical maximum storage or basing capacity along with Karber's own misconceived fissile production suggestions, resulted in Western media purporting that 3,000 warheads were in the facility; the Karber study went on to state that the tunnels are not to be breached by conventional or low-yield earth-penetrating nuclear weapons such as the B61-11.

816 Nuclear Military Plant Iranian underground missile bases Strategic implications of China's Underground Great Wall, Karber 2011. Hosted by FAS. PDF

Compile and go system

In computer programming, a compile and go system, load, go system, assemble and go system, or load and go system is a programming language processor in which the compilation, assembly, or link steps are not separated from program execution. The intermediate forms of the program are kept in primary memory, not saved to the file system. Examples of compile-and-go systems are WATFOR, PL/C, Dartmouth BASIC. An example of a load-and-go system is the OS/360 loader, which performed many of the functions of the Linkage Editor, but placed the linked program in memory rather than creating an executable on disk. Compile and go systems differ from interpreters, which either directly execute source code or execute an intermediate representation. Advantages of compile-and-go systems are: The user need not be concerned with the separate steps of compilation, linking and executing. Execution speed is much superior to interpreted systems, they are easier to implement. Disadvantages of compile-and-go loaders are: There is wastage in memory space due to the presence of the assembler.

The code must be reprocessed every time. Systems with multiple modules in different languages, cannot be handled within this framework. Compile-and-go systems were popular in academic environments, where student programs were small, compiled many times executed and, once debugged needed to be re-executed. Ahead-of-time compilation Dave Yost’s “compileAndGo” for any compiled language

John Phillips (fighter)

John Phillips is a Welsh mixed martial artist competing in the Ultimate Fighting Championship's Middleweight division. A professional since 2005, he has competed for BAMMA, Cage Rage, Cage Warriors, he is the former BAMMA Middleweight Champion. Phillips faced Jesse Taylor for the latter's first defense of the Cage Warriors Middleweight on May 4, 2013 on the Cage Warriors 54 card. Phillips lost to Taylor via submission early in the first round, his next fight came on March 17, 2018 at UFC Fight Night: Werdum vs. Volkov against Charles Byrd, where both fighters made their UFC debut, he lost the fight via a submission due to a rear-naked choke in round three. Phillips faced Kevin Holland on June 1, 2018 at UFC Fight Night: Blaydes vs. Ngannou 2. Phillips lost via a submission in late in round three. Phillips faced fellow Welshman Jack Marshman on March 16, 2019 at UFC on ESPN+ 5 At the weigh-ins, Marshman weighed in at 188 lbs, 2 pounds over the middleweight non-title fight limit of 186 lbs, he was fined 20% of his fight purse and the bout proceeded at catchweight.

Phillips lost the bout via split decision. In his next fight Phillips faced Alen Amedovski at UFC Fight Night: Hermansson vs. Cannonier on September 28, 2019, he won via knockout in 17 seconds of the first round. This earned him the $50,000 performance of the night bonus. Phillips is scheduled to face Dusko Todorovic on March 21, 2020 at UFC Fight Night 171. List of current UFC fighters List of male mixed martial artists Professional MMA record for John Phillips from Sherdog John Phillips at UFC

Edward Cohen

Edward Aaron Cohen was an Australian merchant and a Victorian colonial politician. He served as Mayor of Melbourne from 1862 to 1863. Cohen was born in the son of Henry Cohen and Elizabeth Cohen. Cohen migrated from England to New South Wales in 1833; as a young man, he was employed by father in his firm H Son. In 1842, Cohen moved to Melbourne and joined in a partnership with B. Francis in an auctioneering enterprise until 1853 where he went to Sydney and created a partnership with his brother and Alexander Fraser until 1864. In 1847, Cohen married Rebecca Benjamin and they had five sons and three daughters. In 1864, Cohen was merchant. Cohen was director of various companies and worked with Benjamin Benjamin, Chairman Colonial Bank. In August 1861, Cohen was elected to the Victorian Legislative Assembly for the seat of East Melbourne, he had run twice before, once in 1857 for the seat of Melbourne and again in 1859 for the seat of West Melbourne however he failed to win either election. Cohen lost his seat in 1865 but regained it again in 1868.

He held this post until he died in East Melbourne, Australia in 1877. Cohen was the Mayor of Melbourne from 1862 until 1863. Solomon, Geulah. "Cohen, Edward Aaron". Australian Dictionary of Biography. Canberra: Australian National University. Retrieved 15 August 2014

Infinity (Journey album)

Infinity is the fourth studio album by American rock band Journey, released in January 1978 on Columbia Records. It was the band's first album with vocalist Steve Perry and the last to feature drummer Aynsley Dunbar. Looking for a stronger lead vocalist, Journey enlisted Robert Fleischman and recorded a few tracks with him, one of which, "For You" appeared on the Time3 compilation album and Fleischman's solo album Perfect Stranger. Fleischman was soon replaced by Steve Perry, due to management differences. Fleischman would resurface as the first singer of the glam metal band Vinnie Vincent Invasion. In "Feeling That Way", Perry dueted with keyboardist Gregg Rolie, who sings lead vocals on "Anytime". "Patiently" was the first song Neal Schon wrote together. Perry wrote the lyrics, in which he expresses the sadness of being on the road and away from home, while expressing admiration for the band's fans, Schon wrote the music for the song. Other popular singles included "Lights" and "Wheel in the Sky".

The latter was co-written with temporary frontman Fleischman. Journey's manager, Herbie Herbert, enlisted English producer Roy Thomas Baker to produce Infinity. Baker produced a layered sound approach, similar to his work with Queen, as demonstrated on tracks such as "Winds of March". In addition, Baker's method of stacked harmonies, notable on several other albums he produced, became trademarks of Journey's sound, he achieved this by having each vocalist sing each harmony part in unison. This had the effect of making three or four voices sound like more, is notable on the songs "Feeling that Way" and "Anytime", which are played in tandem consecutively on radio stations as presented on the album; the addition of Perry gave the band a more mainstream sound, helped Journey attain their highest chart success to date. The song "Patiently" is dedicated to the band Lynyrd Skynyrd, who lost their lead singer and two other band members, as well as multiple crew members in a plane crash in October of 1977, while Journey was recording the album.

Steve Perry – lead vocals Neal Schon – electric and acoustic guitars, backing vocals Gregg Rolie – keyboards, backing and co-lead vocals Ross Valorybass guitar, backing vocals Aynsley Dunbar – drums, percussion Roy Thomas Baker – producer, mixing Geoff Workman – engineer