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Santiago Calatrava Collects Critics as Well as Fans But these days, even as Mr. Calatrava’s eye-catching PATH station creeps toward completion in Lower Manhattan, he is often cast as a villain here in Valencia. One local politician runs a Web site called Calatravatelaclava, which loosely translates as, “Calatrava bleeds you dry.” Santiago Calatrava Collects Critics as Well as Fans
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Lapis lazuli Lapis lazuli Lapis lazuli (/ˈlæpɪs ˈlæzjʉlaɪ/ or /ˈlæzjʉli/ LAP-iss LAZ-zew-lie/lee,[1]) (sometimes abbreviated to lapis) is a deep blue semi-precious stone that has been prized since antiquity for its intense color. Lapis lazuli was being mined in the Sar-i Sang mines[2] and in other mines in the Badakhshan province in northeast Afghanistan as early as the 7th millennium BC,[3] Lapis beads have been found at neolithic burials in Mehrgarh, the Caucasus, and even as far from Afghanistan as Mauritania.[4] It was used for the eyebrows on the funeral mask of King Tutankhamun (1341–1323 BC).[5] At the end of the Middle Ages, lapis lazuli began to be exported to Europe, where it was ground into powder and made into ultramarine, the finest and most expensive of all blue pigments.
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The Physiology of Body Weight Regulation: Are We Too Efficient for Our Own Good? The Physiology of Body Weight Regulation: Are We Too Efficient for Our Own Good? Abstract In Brief Understanding the physiology behind the regulation of body weight can help clinicians treat and educate obese patients.
Operation Drumbeat: German Nazi U-boats Off the American Coast, 1942 Operation Drumbeat: German Nazi U-boats Off the American Coast, 1942 Drumbeat, at least in theory, had been planned as far back as 1897. Germany had always been fascinated with attacking America, a land insulated and buffered by two oceans. There was a desire to “break” this immunity. Thus, in 1897, when Hitler was a mere boy of eight years, the German military planners first proposed a mostly naval operation against the East Coast of the U.S. Planning continued and by 1898, a more detailed vision had been constructed that focused on a naval bombardment and landing troops on Long Island along the Chesapeke Bay.
“Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” “That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,” said the Cat. “I don’t much care where –” said Alice. Personal Development Plan – Examples, A Template and Guide Personal Development Plan – Examples, A Template and Guide
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Optimizing Your Wife To optimize our selection strategy, taking into account the different utilities of all the possible candidates, let us assign a weighting factor g(v) to each candidate. One simple weighting factor is to simply set g(v) = v, which is to say, we assign a value of 1 to candidate “1”, and we assign a value of 2 to candidate “2”, and so on. What is the expected value of goodness for any given strategy? Since we’ve set g(v) = v, this will also give the expected value of v. Obviously with k = 0 or k = 7 (corresponding to the strategies of always choosing the first candidate or always choosing the last candidate, respectively), we have an equal probability, 1/N, of selecting each of the N candidates, so the expected value is Optimizing Your Wife
post written by: Marc Chernoff Email It’s fairly easy to find a well written book or online article. But it’s not always easy to find one with genuine value that you connect with. That’s because, these days, books and online articles are a dime a dozen. 18 Great Reads That Changed My Life

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It was January 2010, and investigators with the International Atomic Energy Agency had just completed an inspection at the uranium enrichment plant outside Natanz in central Iran, when they realized that something was off within the cascade rooms where thousands of centrifuges were enriching uranium. Natanz technicians in white lab coats, gloves and blue booties were scurrying in and out of the “clean” cascade rooms, hauling out unwieldy centrifuges one by one, each sheathed in shiny silver cylindrical casings. Any time workers at the plant decommissioned damaged or otherwise unusable centrifuges, they were required to line them up for IAEA inspection to verify that no radioactive material was being smuggled out in the devices before they were removed. The technicians had been doing so now for more than a month.
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Posted on Thursday June 18, 2009 by Staff Writers By Sarah Russel Unless you’re enrolled at one of the best online colleges or are an elite member of the science and engineering inner circle, you’re probably left out of most of the exciting research explored by the world’s greatest scientists. But thanks to the Internet and the generosity of many universities and online colleges, you’ve now got access to the cutting edge theories and projects that are changing the world in this list below. If you’re looking for even more amazing lectures, check out our updated list for 2012 with more talks from great minds. General 100 Incredible Lectures from the World's Top Scientists

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Six Things Education Can Learn From Neuroscience | Science on GOOD Six Things Education Can Learn From Neuroscience | Science on GOOD Neuroscience studies a very complex system: the brain. Much has been learned through formal research of the brain, especially due to the advent of brain imaging technologies which afford increased breadth of research using human subjects. That said, what we know remains very limited, given the complexities of both the organ and the practical application of research findings. However, we can point to six findings that give us new and profound insight into our grey matter. 1.
Animation Adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G), and thymine (T) are the components of nucleic acid that make up DNA. In 1950, Erwin Chargaff published a paper stating that in the DNA of any given species, the ratio of adenine to thymine is equal, as is the ratio of cytosine to guanine. This became known as Chargaff's ratio, and it was an important clue for solving the structure of DNA. DNA Animations

From Sand to Processor or How a CPU is made - Intel

It is hard to believe that a modern processor (CPU) is the most complex product in the world. What is so complex in this piece of metal? In this article I will try to explain how a modern processer (CPU) is made from the sand. Processor Manufacturing It takes about $ 5 billion dollars to build a processor manufacturing factory. This factory approximately has 4 years to return the invested funds in its technology, before it will start making the profit.

» 12 Essential Rules to Live More Like a Zen Monk

“We have more possibilities available in each moment than we realize.” - Thich Nhat Hanh By Leo Babauta I’m not a Zen monk, nor will I ever become one. However, I find great inspiration in the way they try to live their lives: the simplicity of their lives, the concentration and mindfulness of every activity, the calm and peace they find in their days. You probably don’t want to become a Zen monk either, but you can live your life in a more Zen-like manner by following a few simple rules.
“What Is The Core?” Core Ab Muscles | Exercises For Core Strength Core abdominal muscles are often referred to a variety of exercises. “Keep your core pulled in!”, “Engage your core!”, and “Tighten up your core!”, are all common commands in fitness and workout classes. So what exactly are they talking about?
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