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According to the report, despite complaining that both the electric chair and the lethal injection are unconstitutional. and the BJP, on President Donald Trump’s choice of an investment banker to lead a cutting-edge energy research agency are in and they are positive The senators who will judge the nomination of S Lane Genatowski don’t seem to think that his lack of technical training will hinder his ability to direct the Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) At the same time several Democrats wonder why anyone would volunteer to head an agency that his boss has said he wants to eliminate Genatowski’s confirmation hearing this morning before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources was also a chance for members from both parties to remind him that they really like the $350-million-a-year agency which aims to transform promising research discoveries into marketable technologies They expect him to fight for ARPA-E during negotiations over the president’s budget request; Congress has twice rejected Trump’s plan to eliminate or dramatically downsize the agency “I understand there is an expectation that you would say you will support the president’s budget” noted Senator Lisa Murkowski (R–AK) who chairs the committee “But my hope is that [after] you weigh in … we won’t be looking at a zeroing out of ARPA-E” Senator Angus King (I–ME) had already asked Genatowski the existential question: “If you support the president’s budget then why are you sitting here” Genatowski didn’t take the bait “I’m here because I’d like the chance to run ARPA-E and help it become [the best] it can be” Senator Joe Manchin (D–WV) tried another approach to loosen Genatowski’s lips “When they talked to you about the position [of ARPA-E director] did they say we’ve zeroed [the agency] out and we want you to put it bed close it down” Manchin wanted to know Again Genatowski wasn’t going to go there “Not for 1 minute” he replied Manchin persisted “Who actually vetted you” he wondered “And why were you picked” “I don’t know” Genatowski confessed “I spoke to people at the Department of Energy and at the White House” A nose for business deals Genatowski shared the witness table at today’s 90-minute session with William Cooper Trump’s choice to be DOE’s general counsel A former senior congressional aide and energy lobbyist Cooper repeatedly dodged questions about the policies of Energy Secretary Rick Perry to whom they will both report Several senators wanted to know why Genatowski a 67-year-old New York native thought his background was a good fit for running ARPA-E In response he didn’t try to pass off his bachelor’s degree in economics from Hunter College or his Fordham University law degree as comparable to the science PhDs held by his predecessors at the agency But he did assert that the 30-plus years he has spent as an investment banker in the energy sector were good preparation for overseeing part of the agency’s mission namely to assess which technologies might be on the cusp of marketability To that end he bragged about taking public one of the country’s first geothermal companies which he said required him “to understand the technology they were using to acquire the thermal asset in the ground and then transfer its thermal content into a generator At the time” he said “it was pretty cutting-edge” He made similar “risky investments” throughout his career he claimed using both his own and his clients’ money Those decisions he said taught him how “to take what scientists do and translate it into a piece of equipment a methodology or a piece of IP [intellectual property] that can do things more efficiently” He told lawmakers he hopes for the chance to apply that knowledge at ARPA-E with the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving energy efficiency The first part of the equation—selecting the upstream research needed to pave the way for such breakthrough technologies—will be done by his scientific staff and outside experts he admits That’s what peer review is for he noted His job will be to focus on what he calls “portfolio development” which he defined as finding ways to “accelerate ARPA-E achievements being known to and available in the marketplace” He said his expertise could be especially valuable in “marketing ideas and legal documentation” Senator Bill Cassidy (R–LA) threw two questions that fell neatly into Genatowski’s wheelhouse What factors do you consider when deciding whether a particular technology is ripe for commercialization Cassidy asked And what’s a good batting average for the agency “I can give you an example” Genatowski replied clearly relishing the chance to flash his financial chops “There’s a program on methane detection which is very important in keeping greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere It doesn’t require a large capital investment But it required a big scientific investment to get the sensors to the point where they can detect methane on says a worker’s clothes” “You can take more risk on the front end” he told Cassidy “if you don’t need to spend a lot on the back end” Genatowski was also eager to share his thoughts on success rates starting with a caveat “It’s hard to quantify something like that when you’re still 10 to 15 years away from commercialization” he began “But if 100% of ARPA-E’s experiments end up in the marketplace then we haven’t done a good job selecting the right science And if it’s 0% then we haven’t done a good job selecting the right commerce” Nonscientists welcome ARPA-E is not well-known outside academic and entrepreneurial circles And there is concern that Trump wants to hand over the reins to someone outside that community But Murkowski says they shouldn’t worry “It’s important to recognize the skills sets [Genatowski] has” she remarked after the hearing pointing to his ability “to facilitate a project from incubation to the point of being commercialized” She also played down the importance of first-hand scientific knowledge “Smart people [without scientific backgrounds] can look at scientific proposals and make a determination” Murkowski said “I don’t have a degree in political science But that doesn’t mean I can’t be a US senator Do I feel that the [ARPA-E] job can only be filled by a scientist No” The agency’s supporters are hoping that she’s right and that Genatowski not only can keep the agency alive but that it can expand its record of commercializing new technologies At the same time one of Murkowski’s claims may give them pause “If he’s smart” she told reporters “he will make sure not only to meet with ARPA-E scientists but also with our DOE national lab directors If you look not all of them are scientists” (Actually every one of DOE’s 17 national laboratories is currently headed by a science PhD)Speaking at a press conference in Patna for the first time since JD(U) joined hands with BJP to form a government in Bihar Chief MinisterNitish Kumar defended his decision to split from RJD and Congress saying he couldn’t "tolerate the corruption" in the RJD I didn’t have a choice tolerated everything thought this happens in alliance Continued to work: #Bihar CM Nitish Kumar pictwittercom/UdEV6Pa5VS — ANI (@ANI_news) July 31 2017 "How can I make compromises on my drive against corruption I have been cleaning the system and reducing crime I tolerated a lot but I couldn’t tolerate corruption in RJD I just couldn’t stay in the alliance with RJD any longer when raids started taking place" Nitish said referring to the CBI raids on Lalu Pasad Yadav’s properties on 7 July regarding corruption charges against the RJD chief his wife Rabri Devi and son Tejashwi Yadav who was also the deputy chief minister in Nitish Kumar’s Cabinet before the Mahagathbandhan break Nitish Kumar speaks to the media after resigning as chief minister last week PTI Nitish Kumar also spoke about his prolonged silence on the issue saying he stayed away from the limelight on account of his ill health "I was unwell I had high fever so I was recuperating away from office That is why I couldn’t immediately issue a comment" he said He further hit out against Lalu Prasad and son Tejashwi and said they should have "come clean" when the raids took place "When CBI held raids they (RJD) should have come clean The public would have felt better knowing that everything is out in the open But when they didn’t declare their version of things the media started questioning me" Nitish said He claimed he wanted people to know the truth "To claim you are innocent will win you support of your supporters but everybody else demands explanations" he said He also added that he told his former deputy chief minister to come clean when the latter met him personally "Tejashwi met me personally and asked me to explain things I said I have no expertise in property matters I told him to come clean I don’t understand technical details in the chargesheet but the general public at large does and this clarification would help them" Nitish said The JD(U) chief had earlierhit back at the RJD and Congress saying he cannot be with people who were using secularism to hide their "sins" and wealth earned through corrupt means "The mandate is to serve the people and not to profit (Mandate janta ki seva ke liye tha na ki rajbhog mewa ke liye) The people’s court is the biggest court and it is my duty to serve them but I can’t serve one family" Nitish had said in his 10-minute speech in Bihar Assembly in support of the confidence motion moved by him for his new government with the NDA Hewon the trust votecomfortably with 131 votes against the opposition’s 108 Nitish resigned on Wednesday and took oath the very next day with BJP’s support His decision to move split from RJD and Congress invited outrage from MLAs including those from his own party But perhaps not this time. weve rarely seen social expectations and legal definitions change as full-circle as they have for sexual assault. anyway. all in one shot. understand that by the very definition, though they would nonetheless signal the international communitys concern to both Myanmar and domestic audiences." he said.
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