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Pattern Block Rock - adding whole numbers to make rhythms - The Pattern Block Rock activity connects your knowledge of geometric shapes and equivalency to musical notes and rhythms. Simply choose your pattern blocks and press play — your pattern will transform into a musical composition you can see and hear! Here's how it works:
The compilation of species will continue to be updated at irregular intervals. All species listed here have been documented, and links are added whenever I can find spare time for updating. These images are made for illustrative purposes, not as artistic statements per se. However, there are lots of food for thought in the convoluted ways Nature expresses itself, so for once the artist can step backand let the subjects speak for themselves. "Das Ding an Sich" to paraphrase Kant, or Eigenvalue of Nature. If you are unfamiliar with the botany, just select any species indicated as having a "strong" response to learn how this looks.
As we mentioned in the introduction, this section is going to introduce two new symbols to your vocabulary. Parentheses are used in English to set aside a comment or an idea ( like this ) . In math, parentheses set aside a few terms and operations. The whole point of parentheses is to say "Do this first!" Sometimes they might be very important to the order of operations and your answer totally depends on them.
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Future Shock is a book written by the futurist Alvin Toffler in 1970. In the book, Toffler defines the term " future shock " as a certain psychological state of individuals and entire societies. His shortest definition for the term is a personal perception of " too much change in too short a period of time ".
My name is Taylor Wilson and I am a teenage nuclear scientist. I am obsessed with all things nuclear and radioactive and conduct research in related fields. My research interests include Applied Nuclear Physics and Nuclear History. I collect all manner of radioactive items and artifacts, and visit historical nuclear sites. See my About Me page for more information. You can browse through the site with the navigation bar above.
For international orders, please add an extra $10 for shipping. I just completed a project called Everything is a Remix . If you haven't seen it, please do check it out because I think it's more persuasive than anything I can possibly say here. I'd now like to introduce you to my next project, which, with your help, I'd like to launch this election year of 2012.