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⭐️  2. The Seven Hermetic Principles * The Kybalion
 
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The Kybalion was first published in1908 by the Yogi Publication Society and is based upon ancient Hermeticism, though many of its ideas are relatively modern concepts arising from the New Thought movement. The book early on makes the claim that it makes its appearance in one's life when the time is appropriate. The Seven Principles. Principle of Mentalism. The Principle of Mentalism embodies the idea that "The All is Mind, The Universe is Mental" Principle of Correspondence. The Principle of Correspondence embodies the idea that there is always a correspondence between the laws of phenomena of the various "planes" of being and life. As above, so below; as below, so above. This principle states that there is a harmony, agreement and correspondence between these planes, delineated as: The Great Physical Plane The Great Mental Plane The Great Spiritual Plane Principle of Vibration. The Principle of Vibration embodies the idea that motion is manifest in everything in the Universe, that nothing rests, and everything moves, vibrates, and circles. This principle explains that the differences between different manifestations of Matter, Energy, Mind, and even Spirit, are the result of only different "vibrations". The higher a person is on the scale, the higher the rate of vibration will be. Here, The All is said to be at an infinite level of vibration, almost to the point of being at rest. There are said to be millions upon millions of varying degrees between the highest level, The All, and the objects of the lowest vibration. Mental Transmutation is described as the practical application of this principle. To change one's mental state is to change vibration. One may do this by an effort of Will, by means of deliberately "fixing the attention" upon a more desirable state. Principle of Polarity. The Principle of Polarity embodies the idea that everything is dual, everything has two poles, and everything has its opposite. All manifested things have two sides, two aspects, or two poles. Everything "is" and "isn't" at the same time, all truths are but half truths and every truth is half false, there are two sides to everything, opposites are identical in nature, yet different in degree, extremes meet, and all paradoxes may be reconciled.[9] Principle of Rhythm. The Principle of Rhythm embodies the idea that in everything there is manifested a measured motion, a to and fro, a flow and inflow, a swing backward and forward, a pendulum-like movement.[10] This principle explains that there is rhythm between every pair of opposites, or poles, and is closely related to the Principle of Polarity. It can be seen that this Principle enables transition from one pole to the other, and not necessarily poles of extreme opposites. Principle of Cause and Effect. The Principle of Cause and Effect explains that there is a cause for every effect, and an effect for every cause. It also states that there is no such thing as chance, that chance is merely a term indicating extant causes not recognised or perceived.The Principle is clarified in the chapter Causation. Principle of Gender. The Principle of Gender embodies the idea that gender is manifested in everything.The authors state that this does not relate explicitly to the commonly understood notion of sex, but rather "... to beget; to procreate, to generate, to create, or to produce..." in general. Gender is manifested as the Masculine and Feminine principles, and manifests itself on all planes. Mental Gender is described as a Hermetic concept which relates to the masculine and feminine principles. It does not refer to the physical gender of someone, nor does it suggest that someone of a certain physical gender necessarily has the same mental gender. Ideally, one wants to have a balanced mental gender. The concept put forth in The Kybalion states that gender exists on all planes of existence (Physical, Mental, and Spiritual), and represents different aspects on different planes. It is also stated that everything and everyone contains these two elements or principles. The Masculine principle is always in the direction of giving out or expressing, and contents itself with the "Will" in its varied phases. The Feminine principle is always in the direction of receiving impressions, and has a much more varied field of operation than the Masculine. The Masculine conducts the work of generating new thoughts, concepts, and ideas, including the work of the imagination.Must be a balance in these two forces. Without the Feminine, the Masculine is apt to act without restraint, order, or reason, resulting in chaos. The Feminine alone, on the other hand, is apt to constantly reflect and fail to actually do anything, resulting in stagnation. With both the Masculine and Feminine working in conjunction, there is thoughtful action that breeds success, which points out that both the Feminine and the Masculine fulfil each other.
⭐️ 10. Polarity * The Kybalion
 
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The Kybalion was first published in1908 by the Yogi Publication Society and is based upon ancient Hermeticism, though many of its ideas are relatively modern concepts arising from the New Thought movement. The book early on makes the claim that it makes its appearance in one's life when the time is appropriate. The Seven Principles. Principle of Mentalism. The Principle of Mentalism embodies the idea that "The All is Mind, The Universe is Mental" Principle of Correspondence. The Principle of Correspondence embodies the idea that there is always a correspondence between the laws of phenomena of the various "planes" of being and life. As above, so below; as below, so above. This principle states that there is a harmony, agreement and correspondence between these planes, delineated as: The Great Physical Plane The Great Mental Plane The Great Spiritual Plane Principle of Vibration. The Principle of Vibration embodies the idea that motion is manifest in everything in the Universe, that nothing rests, and everything moves, vibrates, and circles. This principle explains that the differences between different manifestations of Matter, Energy, Mind, and even Spirit, are the result of only different "vibrations". The higher a person is on the scale, the higher the rate of vibration will be. Here, The All is said to be at an infinite level of vibration, almost to the point of being at rest. There are said to be millions upon millions of varying degrees between the highest level, The All, and the objects of the lowest vibration. Mental Transmutation is described as the practical application of this principle. To change one's mental state is to change vibration. One may do this by an effort of Will, by means of deliberately "fixing the attention" upon a more desirable state. Principle of Polarity. The Principle of Polarity embodies the idea that everything is dual, everything has two poles, and everything has its opposite. All manifested things have two sides, two aspects, or two poles. Everything "is" and "isn't" at the same time, all truths are but half truths and every truth is half false, there are two sides to everything, opposites are identical in nature, yet different in degree, extremes meet, and all paradoxes may be reconciled.[9] Principle of Rhythm. The Principle of Rhythm embodies the idea that in everything there is manifested a measured motion, a to and fro, a flow and inflow, a swing backward and forward, a pendulum-like movement.[10] This principle explains that there is rhythm between every pair of opposites, or poles, and is closely related to the Principle of Polarity. It can be seen that this Principle enables transition from one pole to the other, and not necessarily poles of extreme opposites. Principle of Cause and Effect. The Principle of Cause and Effect explains that there is a cause for every effect, and an effect for every cause. It also states that there is no such thing as chance, that chance is merely a term indicating extant causes not recognised or perceived.The Principle is clarified in the chapter Causation. Principle of Gender. The Principle of Gender embodies the idea that gender is manifested in everything.The authors state that this does not relate explicitly to the commonly understood notion of sex, but rather "... to beget; to procreate, to generate, to create, or to produce..." in general. Gender is manifested as the Masculine and Feminine principles, and manifests itself on all planes. Mental Gender is described as a Hermetic concept which relates to the masculine and feminine principles. It does not refer to the physical gender of someone, nor does it suggest that someone of a certain physical gender necessarily has the same mental gender. Ideally, one wants to have a balanced mental gender. The concept put forth in The Kybalion states that gender exists on all planes of existence (Physical, Mental, and Spiritual), and represents different aspects on different planes. It is also stated that everything and everyone contains these two elements or principles. The Masculine principle is always in the direction of giving out or expressing, and contents itself with the "Will" in its varied phases. The Feminine principle is always in the direction of receiving impressions, and has a much more varied field of operation than the Masculine. The Masculine conducts the work of generating new thoughts, concepts, and ideas, including the work of the imagination.Must be a balance in these two forces. Without the Feminine, the Masculine is apt to act without restraint, order, or reason, resulting in chaos. The Feminine alone, on the other hand, is apt to constantly reflect and fail to actually do anything, resulting in stagnation. With both the Masculine and Feminine working in conjunction, there is thoughtful action that breeds success, which points out that both the Feminine and the Masculine fulfil each other.
⭐️ 8. The Planes of Correspondence * The Kybalion
 
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The Kybalion was first published in1908 by the Yogi Publication Society and is based upon ancient Hermeticism, though many of its ideas are relatively modern concepts arising from the New Thought movement. The book early on makes the claim that it makes its appearance in one's life when the time is appropriate. The Seven Principles. Principle of Mentalism. The Principle of Mentalism embodies the idea that "The All is Mind, The Universe is Mental" Principle of Correspondence. The Principle of Correspondence embodies the idea that there is always a correspondence between the laws of phenomena of the various "planes" of being and life. As above, so below; as below, so above. This principle states that there is a harmony, agreement and correspondence between these planes, delineated as: The Great Physical Plane The Great Mental Plane The Great Spiritual Plane Principle of Vibration. The Principle of Vibration embodies the idea that motion is manifest in everything in the Universe, that nothing rests, and everything moves, vibrates, and circles. This principle explains that the differences between different manifestations of Matter, Energy, Mind, and even Spirit, are the result of only different "vibrations". The higher a person is on the scale, the higher the rate of vibration will be. Here, The All is said to be at an infinite level of vibration, almost to the point of being at rest. There are said to be millions upon millions of varying degrees between the highest level, The All, and the objects of the lowest vibration. Mental Transmutation is described as the practical application of this principle. To change one's mental state is to change vibration. One may do this by an effort of Will, by means of deliberately "fixing the attention" upon a more desirable state. Principle of Polarity. The Principle of Polarity embodies the idea that everything is dual, everything has two poles, and everything has its opposite. All manifested things have two sides, two aspects, or two poles. Everything "is" and "isn't" at the same time, all truths are but half truths and every truth is half false, there are two sides to everything, opposites are identical in nature, yet different in degree, extremes meet, and all paradoxes may be reconciled.[9] Principle of Rhythm. The Principle of Rhythm embodies the idea that in everything there is manifested a measured motion, a to and fro, a flow and inflow, a swing backward and forward, a pendulum-like movement.[10] This principle explains that there is rhythm between every pair of opposites, or poles, and is closely related to the Principle of Polarity. It can be seen that this Principle enables transition from one pole to the other, and not necessarily poles of extreme opposites. Principle of Cause and Effect. The Principle of Cause and Effect explains that there is a cause for every effect, and an effect for every cause. It also states that there is no such thing as chance, that chance is merely a term indicating extant causes not recognised or perceived.The Principle is clarified in the chapter Causation. Principle of Gender. The Principle of Gender embodies the idea that gender is manifested in everything.The authors state that this does not relate explicitly to the commonly understood notion of sex, but rather "... to beget; to procreate, to generate, to create, or to produce..." in general. Gender is manifested as the Masculine and Feminine principles, and manifests itself on all planes. Mental Gender is described as a Hermetic concept which relates to the masculine and feminine principles. It does not refer to the physical gender of someone, nor does it suggest that someone of a certain physical gender necessarily has the same mental gender. Ideally, one wants to have a balanced mental gender. The concept put forth in The Kybalion states that gender exists on all planes of existence (Physical, Mental, and Spiritual), and represents different aspects on different planes. It is also stated that everything and everyone contains these two elements or principles. The Masculine principle is always in the direction of giving out or expressing, and contents itself with the "Will" in its varied phases. The Feminine principle is always in the direction of receiving impressions, and has a much more varied field of operation than the Masculine. The Masculine conducts the work of generating new thoughts, concepts, and ideas, including the work of the imagination.Must be a balance in these two forces. Without the Feminine, the Masculine is apt to act without restraint, order, or reason, resulting in chaos. The Feminine alone, on the other hand, is apt to constantly reflect and fail to actually do anything, resulting in stagnation. With both the Masculine and Feminine working in conjunction, there is thoughtful action that breeds success, which points out that both the Feminine and the Masculine fulfil each other.
Contemporary Urban Design Education - Part 1
 
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Lecture date: 2016-02-10 Organised by Sam Jacoby While the term ‘urban design’ originates from a conference at the Harvard Graduate School of Design in 1956, this was not the first time that the urban was defined as a problem arising between planning and design. Ildefons Cerdà already recognised this a century earlier when coining the term ‘urbanisation’. Also, rather than considering urban design as an academic field with practical orientation that operates between architecture, landscape architecture and planning as an inter-, intra, multi- or cross-disciplinary practice, what if its value is not a management of differences, but the instrumentalisation of conflicts? The resurgence of urban design education and research is only partially explained by global urbanisation, or the failure of other design disciplines to make meaningful claims to ‘urbanism’. Contemporary urban research challenges the commonly held belief that the urban requires a homogenising intervention and process. The approach of unifying the urban through ideas of place-making, nostalgia for past public spaces, or the codification of ‘good’ urban form is no longer tenable. Instead, richer multi-scalar design research enquiries are emerging, which, for example, make a simultaneous consideration of domesticity, typology, morphology, infrastructure and territory possible. A particular strength of urban design hereby is a framing of abstract contexts such as policy, legal frameworks and planning through considerations of specific constituencies, urban plans, design frameworks, design proposals and physical implementation. The symposium seeks to clarify how teaching and research methodologies can have a relevance and impact on urban practices and design. Sam Jacoby, AA Projective Cities) 'Representative Cities', Ingrid Schröder (Cambridge University) 'Urban Design in China: Practice and Challenges', Dr Fei Chen (University of Liverpool) 'The New Urban Professional: Experiments in Pedagogy', Prof Diego Ramírez-Lovering (Monash University) Round table discussion (chair Prof Peter Bishop, UCL) Ingrid Schröder is a practicing architect and the founding Director of the Cambridge Design Research Studio. She has taught at the University of Cambridge since 2001 as a Design Tutor and Lecturer on Urban Theory. She previously taught at the Architectural Association and ETH Zurich. She has been directing the MPhil in Architecture and Urban Design/RIBA Part II programme since 2011. Her current projects in teaching, research and practice focus on the relationship between political thought, civic space and urbanism. Fei Chen is a senior lecturer at the University of Liverpool. She was trained as an architect and urban designer at the University of Bath and Southeast University, China. She received her PhD on Chinese urbanism from the University of Strathclyde. Chen was previously a researcher working on the AHRC funded project ‘Sensory Urbanism’ in Strathclyde and is the co-founder and convenor of the ‘Urban Morphology and Representation Research Network’ under IAPS. Diego Ramírez-Lovering is Head of the Department of Architecture at Monash University. He has taught and practiced architecture in Australia, Italy and Mexico. His teaching and research examine the contributory role that architecture can play in addressing the significant challenges facing contemporary urban environments – climate change, resource limitations, rapid population growth and changing household demographics. His practice based PhD focused on these contemporary urban issues through the platform of affordable and sustainable housing. He is the co-founder of Monash Architecture Studio (MAS). This research unit undertakes design-based research from the scale of dwelling to the scale of the city/region around a range of contextual issues in collaboration with researchers from other universities, government and industry.
THE 4 LESSONS WE LEARNED FROM PENG JOON
 
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Have you ever heard of Peng Joon? He is recognised as the authority on how to make big money through the internet. We were fortunate to listen to him LIVE in Manila last July 15. In this video, we’ll break down his 90 minute talk into 2 life principles and 2 business principles. The 2 business principles are: 1. How much is the customer worth to you? * Entrepreneurs translate this question to a phrase called “CUSTOMER LIFETIME VALUE.” It measures the value of a specific client towards your business. It is commonly measured through the client’s REVENUE contribution and INFLUENCE. The more revenue that the client gives to you, you are more likely to label that client as high profile. 2. How much did it cost you to acquire that client? * Client acquisition is tough but maintaining or improving the relationship with that client is tougher. However, there is NOTHING to improve on if there’s no client to serve. It takes massive amount of time, energy, and money just to land a client. KNOW YOUR NUMBERS and include this in his customer lifetime value. The 2 life principles are: 1. Once you stop believing that something is impossible, it becomes possible. * Peng Joon shared an interesting story. Scientific research shows that NO ONE can run 1 mile in under 4 minutes. If someone attempts to do it, that person will DIE. The body just cannot handle it. On May 6, 1954, a man named Roger Bannister did the impossible. He broke the record with 3:59.4. People then realised that it was possible after all. In just 46 days, a man named Landy broke his record. Over the years, more runners was able to run 1 mile in under 4 minutes. 2. A master was once a disaster. * Peng Joon showed us a video that he never showed it to anyone. It was a training that he went through in public speaking. His energy was low. His handwriting was not understandable. His board management was not organised. His train of thought was not on point. In short, everything was a mess. But listening and looking at him now, he is super remarkable on stage. We see the SUCCESS but not the PROCESS of what he went through to be where he is today. As aspiring entrepreneurs, let us learn priceless lessons from the people who already achieved what we aspire to achieve. KNOW your numbers, VALUE your client, BELIEVE that you can do it, and EMBRACE that failures are milestones towards success. — The Present is about educating people on business savviness, financial literacy, and life principles. If you want to get more access to content just like this one, feel free to follow us here: Facebook - https://goo.gl/CiuibE YouTube - https://goo.gl/7Q7jRk Remember that your LIFE is a GIFT, that’s why it’s called THE PRESENT.
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⭐️ 5. The Mental Universe * The Kybalion
 
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The Kybalion was first published in1908 by the Yogi Publication Society and is based upon ancient Hermeticism, though many of its ideas are relatively modern concepts arising from the New Thought movement. The book early on makes the claim that it makes its appearance in one's life when the time is appropriate. The Seven Principles. Principle of Mentalism. The Principle of Mentalism embodies the idea that "The All is Mind, The Universe is Mental" Principle of Correspondence. The Principle of Correspondence embodies the idea that there is always a correspondence between the laws of phenomena of the various "planes" of being and life. As above, so below; as below, so above. This principle states that there is a harmony, agreement and correspondence between these planes, delineated as: The Great Physical Plane The Great Mental Plane The Great Spiritual Plane Principle of Vibration. The Principle of Vibration embodies the idea that motion is manifest in everything in the Universe, that nothing rests, and everything moves, vibrates, and circles. This principle explains that the differences between different manifestations of Matter, Energy, Mind, and even Spirit, are the result of only different "vibrations". The higher a person is on the scale, the higher the rate of vibration will be. Here, The All is said to be at an infinite level of vibration, almost to the point of being at rest. There are said to be millions upon millions of varying degrees between the highest level, The All, and the objects of the lowest vibration. Mental Transmutation is described as the practical application of this principle. To change one's mental state is to change vibration. One may do this by an effort of Will, by means of deliberately "fixing the attention" upon a more desirable state. Principle of Polarity. The Principle of Polarity embodies the idea that everything is dual, everything has two poles, and everything has its opposite. All manifested things have two sides, two aspects, or two poles. Everything "is" and "isn't" at the same time, all truths are but half truths and every truth is half false, there are two sides to everything, opposites are identical in nature, yet different in degree, extremes meet, and all paradoxes may be reconciled.[9] Principle of Rhythm. The Principle of Rhythm embodies the idea that in everything there is manifested a measured motion, a to and fro, a flow and inflow, a swing backward and forward, a pendulum-like movement.[10] This principle explains that there is rhythm between every pair of opposites, or poles, and is closely related to the Principle of Polarity. It can be seen that this Principle enables transition from one pole to the other, and not necessarily poles of extreme opposites. Principle of Cause and Effect. The Principle of Cause and Effect explains that there is a cause for every effect, and an effect for every cause. It also states that there is no such thing as chance, that chance is merely a term indicating extant causes not recognised or perceived.The Principle is clarified in the chapter Causation. Principle of Gender. The Principle of Gender embodies the idea that gender is manifested in everything.The authors state that this does not relate explicitly to the commonly understood notion of sex, but rather "... to beget; to procreate, to generate, to create, or to produce..." in general. Gender is manifested as the Masculine and Feminine principles, and manifests itself on all planes. Mental Gender is described as a Hermetic concept which relates to the masculine and feminine principles. It does not refer to the physical gender of someone, nor does it suggest that someone of a certain physical gender necessarily has the same mental gender. Ideally, one wants to have a balanced mental gender. The concept put forth in The Kybalion states that gender exists on all planes of existence (Physical, Mental, and Spiritual), and represents different aspects on different planes. It is also stated that everything and everyone contains these two elements or principles. The Masculine principle is always in the direction of giving out or expressing, and contents itself with the "Will" in its varied phases. The Feminine principle is always in the direction of receiving impressions, and has a much more varied field of operation than the Masculine. The Masculine conducts the work of generating new thoughts, concepts, and ideas, including the work of the imagination.Must be a balance in these two forces. Without the Feminine, the Masculine is apt to act without restraint, order, or reason, resulting in chaos. The Feminine alone, on the other hand, is apt to constantly reflect and fail to actually do anything, resulting in stagnation. With both the Masculine and Feminine working in conjunction, there is thoughtful action that breeds success, which points out that both the Feminine and the Masculine fulfil each other.
⭐️ 14. Mental Gender * The Kybalion
 
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The Kybalion was first published in1908 by the Yogi Publication Society and is based upon ancient Hermeticism, though many of its ideas are relatively modern concepts arising from the New Thought movement. The book early on makes the claim that it makes its appearance in one's life when the time is appropriate. The Seven Principles. Principle of Mentalism. The Principle of Mentalism embodies the idea that "The All is Mind, The Universe is Mental" Principle of Correspondence. The Principle of Correspondence embodies the idea that there is always a correspondence between the laws of phenomena of the various "planes" of being and life. As above, so below; as below, so above. This principle states that there is a harmony, agreement and correspondence between these planes, delineated as: The Great Physical Plane The Great Mental Plane The Great Spiritual Plane Principle of Vibration. The Principle of Vibration embodies the idea that motion is manifest in everything in the Universe, that nothing rests, and everything moves, vibrates, and circles. This principle explains that the differences between different manifestations of Matter, Energy, Mind, and even Spirit, are the result of only different "vibrations". The higher a person is on the scale, the higher the rate of vibration will be. Here, The All is said to be at an infinite level of vibration, almost to the point of being at rest. There are said to be millions upon millions of varying degrees between the highest level, The All, and the objects of the lowest vibration. Mental Transmutation is described as the practical application of this principle. To change one's mental state is to change vibration. One may do this by an effort of Will, by means of deliberately "fixing the attention" upon a more desirable state. Principle of Polarity. The Principle of Polarity embodies the idea that everything is dual, everything has two poles, and everything has its opposite. All manifested things have two sides, two aspects, or two poles. Everything "is" and "isn't" at the same time, all truths are but half truths and every truth is half false, there are two sides to everything, opposites are identical in nature, yet different in degree, extremes meet, and all paradoxes may be reconciled.[9] Principle of Rhythm. The Principle of Rhythm embodies the idea that in everything there is manifested a measured motion, a to and fro, a flow and inflow, a swing backward and forward, a pendulum-like movement.[10] This principle explains that there is rhythm between every pair of opposites, or poles, and is closely related to the Principle of Polarity. It can be seen that this Principle enables transition from one pole to the other, and not necessarily poles of extreme opposites. Principle of Cause and Effect. The Principle of Cause and Effect explains that there is a cause for every effect, and an effect for every cause. It also states that there is no such thing as chance, that chance is merely a term indicating extant causes not recognised or perceived.The Principle is clarified in the chapter Causation. Principle of Gender. The Principle of Gender embodies the idea that gender is manifested in everything.The authors state that this does not relate explicitly to the commonly understood notion of sex, but rather "... to beget; to procreate, to generate, to create, or to produce..." in general. Gender is manifested as the Masculine and Feminine principles, and manifests itself on all planes. Mental Gender is described as a Hermetic concept which relates to the masculine and feminine principles. It does not refer to the physical gender of someone, nor does it suggest that someone of a certain physical gender necessarily has the same mental gender. Ideally, one wants to have a balanced mental gender. The concept put forth in The Kybalion states that gender exists on all planes of existence (Physical, Mental, and Spiritual), and represents different aspects on different planes. It is also stated that everything and everyone contains these two elements or principles. The Masculine principle is always in the direction of giving out or expressing, and contents itself with the "Will" in its varied phases. The Feminine principle is always in the direction of receiving impressions, and has a much more varied field of operation than the Masculine. The Masculine conducts the work of generating new thoughts, concepts, and ideas, including the work of the imagination.Must be a balance in these two forces. Without the Feminine, the Masculine is apt to act without restraint, order, or reason, resulting in chaos. The Feminine alone, on the other hand, is apt to constantly reflect and fail to actually do anything, resulting in stagnation. With both the Masculine and Feminine working in conjunction, there is thoughtful action that breeds success, which points out that both the Feminine and the Masculine fulfil each other.
Master Isao Obata Karate Kumite/Bunkai: Master Funakoshi's Self-defence - The Principle of Irimi
 
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Perhaps not talked of enough is Master Isao Obata, who became and remained one of Master Gichin Funakoshi's most senior students for the entire period from when Master Funakoshi began teaching Okinawan karate-kenpo in mainland-Japan, to Master Funakoshi's passing. Apparently this footage was shot in 1946, which is possible despite the martial arts ban in Japan, as karate was successfully defended to result in its instruction being continued over those few years. The original uploader of this footage is referenced in embedded text on the film, somewhat unfortunately for this further-edited version. The purpose of uploading only the footage of Master Obata is to highlight him as a leading figure of Master Gichin Funakoshi's 'original' and 'correct' karate teachings, evidently presented by Obata as being focused on the concept of irimi (entering) and on effective techniques with freedom of movement, while stances are shown, even by the tall Obata, to be higher than the "Japanese" sort that is recognised as having been largely, though certainly not solely or necessarily originally, by Master Gigo Funakoshi. Along with Master Hironori Otsuka, for example, Obata should be 'commonly' known as having been a most senior top student of Master Funakoshi; far more senior than Master Masatoshi Nakayama who was also significantly featured in the original footage, but whom I mostly edited out to place deserved focus on Master Obata, Nakayama's senior.
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⭐️ The Kybalion * Introduction
 
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The Kybalion was first published in1908 by the Yogi Publication Society and is based upon ancient Hermeticism, though many of its ideas are relatively modern concepts arising from the New Thought movement. The book early on makes the claim that it makes its appearance in one's life when the time is appropriate. The Seven Principles. Principle of Mentalism. The Principle of Mentalism embodies the idea that "The All is Mind, The Universe is Mental" Principle of Correspondence. The Principle of Correspondence embodies the idea that there is always a correspondence between the laws of phenomena of the various "planes" of being and life. As above, so below; as below, so above. This principle states that there is a harmony, agreement and correspondence between these planes, delineated as: The Great Physical Plane The Great Mental Plane The Great Spiritual Plane Principle of Vibration. The Principle of Vibration embodies the idea that motion is manifest in everything in the Universe, that nothing rests, and everything moves, vibrates, and circles. This principle explains that the differences between different manifestations of Matter, Energy, Mind, and even Spirit, are the result of only different "vibrations". The higher a person is on the scale, the higher the rate of vibration will be. Here, The All is said to be at an infinite level of vibration, almost to the point of being at rest. There are said to be millions upon millions of varying degrees between the highest level, The All, and the objects of the lowest vibration. Mental Transmutation is described as the practical application of this principle. To change one's mental state is to change vibration. One may do this by an effort of Will, by means of deliberately "fixing the attention" upon a more desirable state. Principle of Polarity. The Principle of Polarity embodies the idea that everything is dual, everything has two poles, and everything has its opposite. All manifested things have two sides, two aspects, or two poles. Everything "is" and "isn't" at the same time, all truths are but half truths and every truth is half false, there are two sides to everything, opposites are identical in nature, yet different in degree, extremes meet, and all paradoxes may be reconciled.[9] Principle of Rhythm. The Principle of Rhythm embodies the idea that in everything there is manifested a measured motion, a to and fro, a flow and inflow, a swing backward and forward, a pendulum-like movement.[10] This principle explains that there is rhythm between every pair of opposites, or poles, and is closely related to the Principle of Polarity. It can be seen that this Principle enables transition from one pole to the other, and not necessarily poles of extreme opposites. Principle of Cause and Effect. The Principle of Cause and Effect explains that there is a cause for every effect, and an effect for every cause. It also states that there is no such thing as chance, that chance is merely a term indicating extant causes not recognised or perceived.The Principle is clarified in the chapter Causation. Principle of Gender. The Principle of Gender embodies the idea that gender is manifested in everything.The authors state that this does not relate explicitly to the commonly understood notion of sex, but rather "... to beget; to procreate, to generate, to create, or to produce..." in general. Gender is manifested as the Masculine and Feminine principles, and manifests itself on all planes. Mental Gender is described as a Hermetic concept which relates to the masculine and feminine principles. It does not refer to the physical gender of someone, nor does it suggest that someone of a certain physical gender necessarily has the same mental gender. Ideally, one wants to have a balanced mental gender. The concept put forth in The Kybalion states that gender exists on all planes of existence (Physical, Mental, and Spiritual), and represents different aspects on different planes. It is also stated that everything and everyone contains these two elements or principles. The Masculine principle is always in the direction of giving out or expressing, and contents itself with the "Will" in its varied phases. The Feminine principle is always in the direction of receiving impressions, and has a much more varied field of operation than the Masculine. The Masculine conducts the work of generating new thoughts, concepts, and ideas, including the work of the imagination.Must be a balance in these two forces. Without the Feminine, the Masculine is apt to act without restraint, order, or reason, resulting in chaos. The Feminine alone, on the other hand, is apt to constantly reflect and fail to actually do anything, resulting in stagnation. With both the Masculine and Feminine working in conjunction, there is thoughtful action that breeds success, which points out that both the Feminine and the Masculine fulfil each other.
PHILOSOPHY - Aristotle
 
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Aristotle was the master of virtues. For gifts and more from The School of Life, visit our online shop: https://goo.gl/OD73do Download our App: https://goo.gl/T9ZZTy FURTHER READING “Aristotle was born around 384 BC in the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia, where his father was the royal doctor. He grew up to be arguably the most influential philosopher ever, with modest nicknames like ‘the master’, and simply ‘the philosopher’. One of his big jobs was tutoring Alexander the Great, who soon after went out and conquered the known world...” You can read more on this and other topics on our blog TheBookofLife.org at this link: https://goo.gl/M77XLT MORE SCHOOL OF LIFE Our website has classes, articles and products to help you think and grow: https://goo.gl/S503ca Watch more films on PHILOSOPHY in our playlist: http://bit.ly/TSOLphilosophy Do you speak a different language to English? Did you know you can submit Subtitles on all of our videos on YouTube? For instructions how to do this click here: https://goo.gl/bKiIPo SOCIAL MEDIA Feel free to follow us at the links below: Download our App: https://goo.gl/T9ZZTy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theschooloflifelondon/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheSchoolOfLife Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theschooloflifelondon/ CREDITS Produced in collaboration with: Mad Adam http://www.madadamfilms.co.uk #TheSchoolOfLife
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⭐️ 12. Causation * The Kybalion
 
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The Kybalion was first published in1908 by the Yogi Publication Society and is based upon ancient Hermeticism, though many of its ideas are relatively modern concepts arising from the New Thought movement. The book early on makes the claim that it makes its appearance in one's life when the time is appropriate. The Seven Principles. Principle of Mentalism. The Principle of Mentalism embodies the idea that "The All is Mind, The Universe is Mental" Principle of Correspondence. The Principle of Correspondence embodies the idea that there is always a correspondence between the laws of phenomena of the various "planes" of being and life. As above, so below; as below, so above. This principle states that there is a harmony, agreement and correspondence between these planes, delineated as: The Great Physical Plane The Great Mental Plane The Great Spiritual Plane Principle of Vibration. The Principle of Vibration embodies the idea that motion is manifest in everything in the Universe, that nothing rests, and everything moves, vibrates, and circles. This principle explains that the differences between different manifestations of Matter, Energy, Mind, and even Spirit, are the result of only different "vibrations". The higher a person is on the scale, the higher the rate of vibration will be. Here, The All is said to be at an infinite level of vibration, almost to the point of being at rest. There are said to be millions upon millions of varying degrees between the highest level, The All, and the objects of the lowest vibration. Mental Transmutation is described as the practical application of this principle. To change one's mental state is to change vibration. One may do this by an effort of Will, by means of deliberately "fixing the attention" upon a more desirable state. Principle of Polarity. The Principle of Polarity embodies the idea that everything is dual, everything has two poles, and everything has its opposite. All manifested things have two sides, two aspects, or two poles. Everything "is" and "isn't" at the same time, all truths are but half truths and every truth is half false, there are two sides to everything, opposites are identical in nature, yet different in degree, extremes meet, and all paradoxes may be reconciled.[9] Principle of Rhythm. The Principle of Rhythm embodies the idea that in everything there is manifested a measured motion, a to and fro, a flow and inflow, a swing backward and forward, a pendulum-like movement.[10] This principle explains that there is rhythm between every pair of opposites, or poles, and is closely related to the Principle of Polarity. It can be seen that this Principle enables transition from one pole to the other, and not necessarily poles of extreme opposites. Principle of Cause and Effect. The Principle of Cause and Effect explains that there is a cause for every effect, and an effect for every cause. It also states that there is no such thing as chance, that chance is merely a term indicating extant causes not recognised or perceived.The Principle is clarified in the chapter Causation. Principle of Gender. The Principle of Gender embodies the idea that gender is manifested in everything.The authors state that this does not relate explicitly to the commonly understood notion of sex, but rather "... to beget; to procreate, to generate, to create, or to produce..." in general. Gender is manifested as the Masculine and Feminine principles, and manifests itself on all planes. Mental Gender is described as a Hermetic concept which relates to the masculine and feminine principles. It does not refer to the physical gender of someone, nor does it suggest that someone of a certain physical gender necessarily has the same mental gender. Ideally, one wants to have a balanced mental gender. The concept put forth in The Kybalion states that gender exists on all planes of existence (Physical, Mental, and Spiritual), and represents different aspects on different planes. It is also stated that everything and everyone contains these two elements or principles. The Masculine principle is always in the direction of giving out or expressing, and contents itself with the "Will" in its varied phases. The Feminine principle is always in the direction of receiving impressions, and has a much more varied field of operation than the Masculine. The Masculine conducts the work of generating new thoughts, concepts, and ideas, including the work of the imagination.Must be a balance in these two forces. Without the Feminine, the Masculine is apt to act without restraint, order, or reason, resulting in chaos. The Feminine alone, on the other hand, is apt to constantly reflect and fail to actually do anything, resulting in stagnation. With both the Masculine and Feminine working in conjunction, there is thoughtful action that breeds success, which points out that both the Feminine and the Masculine fulfil each other.
What is BIOTURBATION? What does BIOTURBATION mean? BIOTURBATION meaning & explanation
 
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What is BIOTURBATION? What does BIOTURBATION mean? BIOTURBATION meaning - BIOTURBATION pronunciation - BIOTURBATION definition - BIOTURBATION explanation - How to pronounce BIOTURBATION? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Bioturbation is the reworking of soils and sediments by animals or plants. Its effects include changing the texture of sediments (diagenesis), bioirrigation, and displacement of microorganisms and non-living particles. Common bioturbators include annelids (ringed worms) such as oligochaetes and Spirobranchus giganteus, bivalves like mussels and clams, gastropods, holothurians, or any other infaunal or epifaunal organisms. Faunal activities, such as burrowing, ingestion and defecation of sediment grains, construction and maintenance of galleries, and infilling of abandoned dwellings, all displace sediment grains and mix the sediment matrix. The process leads to an increase in sediment-water interface, which facilitates particle exchange between the sediment and water column. In coral reefs sea cucumbers are one of the important bioturbators, capable of reworking approximately 4600 kg(dry weight) of sediment 1000 m2 per year. In soil science, pedology, geomorphology, and archaeology, bioturbation is the physical rearrangement of the soil profile by soil life. Plants and animals exploit the solum for food and shelter and, in the process, disturb the fabric of the soil and the underlying parent material. Burrowing animals (including insects) and plant root-systems form passageways for air and water movement, changing soil morphology. A passageway constructed by an animal that becomes backfilled with soil is known as a krotovina. Invertebrates that burrow and mound soil tend to produce a biomantle topsoil (soil biomantle), and as such are primary agents of horizonation. Uprooted trees break up bedrock, transport soil downslope, increase the heterogeneity of soil respiration rates, and disrupt soil horizonation. Charles Darwin initially recognized bioturbation as a pedogenic force, and Nathaniel Shaler developed the concept further. Although science recognized the importance of Darwin's mixing–sorting-biomechanical principles as an important soil-forming process from the last half of the 19th century, they eluded Vasily Dokuchaev, the highly influential founder of modern pedology. Further development of the concept languished as a result. The term "bioturbation" did not exist before 1952, when it was coined to aid in ichnological assessments. "Bioturbation" appeared in the soil and geomorphic literature in the early 1980s, and remains a key term of the pedogenic lexicon. Bioturbation is central to the soil biomantle concept formulated in 1990. The biomantle is the upper part of soil, produced largely by biota, and dominantly by bioturbation. Biomantles tend to be one-layered when formed in homogeneous materials, and two-layered when formed in mixed fine-and-coarse materials. Bioturbation by burrowing animals results in soil landscapes that are both polygenetic (having many causes) and polytemporal (having been created at many times). Mathematical models are often used to describe sediment biogeochemistry. Commonly, these models take the form of ordinary differential equations or partial differential equations in which bioturbation appears as a diffusive term completed or not with advective terms. A diffusive description is often adopted to avoid quantifying the plethora of mixing modes resulting from faunal activities. The diffusion coefficient describing the intensity of bioturbation is usually determined by fitting mathematical models to vertical distributions of natural radioactive tracers, radioisotopes resulting from nuclear weapon testing, or introduced particles, such as glass beads tagged with radionuclides or inert fluorescent particles. Bioturbation's importance for soil processes and geomorphology was ?rst realised by Charles Darwin, who devoted his last scienti?c book to the subject (The Formation of Vegetable Mould through the Action of Worms, 1881). Modern research has provided further insight into the evolutionary and ecological role of bioturbation. In modern ecological theory, bioturbation is recognised as an archetypal example of 'ecosystem engineering', modifying geochemical gradients, redistributing food resources, viruses, bacteria, resting stages and eggs. From an evolutionary perspective, recent investigations provide evidence that bioturbation had a key role in the evolution of metazoan life at the end of the Precambrian Era....
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⭐️ 15. Hermetic Axioms * The Kybalion
 
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The Kybalion was first published in1908 by the Yogi Publication Society and is based upon ancient Hermeticism, though many of its ideas are relatively modern concepts arising from the New Thought movement. The book early on makes the claim that it makes its appearance in one's life when the time is appropriate. The Seven Principles. Principle of Mentalism. The Principle of Mentalism embodies the idea that "The All is Mind, The Universe is Mental" Principle of Correspondence. The Principle of Correspondence embodies the idea that there is always a correspondence between the laws of phenomena of the various "planes" of being and life. As above, so below; as below, so above. This principle states that there is a harmony, agreement and correspondence between these planes, delineated as: The Great Physical Plane The Great Mental Plane The Great Spiritual Plane Principle of Vibration. The Principle of Vibration embodies the idea that motion is manifest in everything in the Universe, that nothing rests, and everything moves, vibrates, and circles. This principle explains that the differences between different manifestations of Matter, Energy, Mind, and even Spirit, are the result of only different "vibrations". The higher a person is on the scale, the higher the rate of vibration will be. Here, The All is said to be at an infinite level of vibration, almost to the point of being at rest. There are said to be millions upon millions of varying degrees between the highest level, The All, and the objects of the lowest vibration. Mental Transmutation is described as the practical application of this principle. To change one's mental state is to change vibration. One may do this by an effort of Will, by means of deliberately "fixing the attention" upon a more desirable state. Principle of Polarity. The Principle of Polarity embodies the idea that everything is dual, everything has two poles, and everything has its opposite. All manifested things have two sides, two aspects, or two poles. Everything "is" and "isn't" at the same time, all truths are but half truths and every truth is half false, there are two sides to everything, opposites are identical in nature, yet different in degree, extremes meet, and all paradoxes may be reconciled.[9] Principle of Rhythm. The Principle of Rhythm embodies the idea that in everything there is manifested a measured motion, a to and fro, a flow and inflow, a swing backward and forward, a pendulum-like movement.[10] This principle explains that there is rhythm between every pair of opposites, or poles, and is closely related to the Principle of Polarity. It can be seen that this Principle enables transition from one pole to the other, and not necessarily poles of extreme opposites. Principle of Cause and Effect. The Principle of Cause and Effect explains that there is a cause for every effect, and an effect for every cause. It also states that there is no such thing as chance, that chance is merely a term indicating extant causes not recognised or perceived.The Principle is clarified in the chapter Causation. Principle of Gender. The Principle of Gender embodies the idea that gender is manifested in everything.The authors state that this does not relate explicitly to the commonly understood notion of sex, but rather "... to beget; to procreate, to generate, to create, or to produce..." in general. Gender is manifested as the Masculine and Feminine principles, and manifests itself on all planes. Mental Gender is described as a Hermetic concept which relates to the masculine and feminine principles. It does not refer to the physical gender of someone, nor does it suggest that someone of a certain physical gender necessarily has the same mental gender. Ideally, one wants to have a balanced mental gender. The concept put forth in The Kybalion states that gender exists on all planes of existence (Physical, Mental, and Spiritual), and represents different aspects on different planes. It is also stated that everything and everyone contains these two elements or principles. The Masculine principle is always in the direction of giving out or expressing, and contents itself with the "Will" in its varied phases. The Feminine principle is always in the direction of receiving impressions, and has a much more varied field of operation than the Masculine. The Masculine conducts the work of generating new thoughts, concepts, and ideas, including the work of the imagination.Must be a balance in these two forces. Without the Feminine, the Masculine is apt to act without restraint, order, or reason, resulting in chaos. The Feminine alone, on the other hand, is apt to constantly reflect and fail to actually do anything, resulting in stagnation. With both the Masculine and Feminine working in conjunction, there is thoughtful action that breeds success, which points out that both the Feminine and the Masculine fulfil each other.
⭐️ 11. Rhythm * The Kybalion
 
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The Kybalion was first published in1908 by the Yogi Publication Society and is based upon ancient Hermeticism, though many of its ideas are relatively modern concepts arising from the New Thought movement. The book early on makes the claim that it makes its appearance in one's life when the time is appropriate. The Seven Principles. Principle of Mentalism. The Principle of Mentalism embodies the idea that "The All is Mind, The Universe is Mental" Principle of Correspondence. The Principle of Correspondence embodies the idea that there is always a correspondence between the laws of phenomena of the various "planes" of being and life. As above, so below; as below, so above. This principle states that there is a harmony, agreement and correspondence between these planes, delineated as: The Great Physical Plane The Great Mental Plane The Great Spiritual Plane Principle of Vibration. The Principle of Vibration embodies the idea that motion is manifest in everything in the Universe, that nothing rests, and everything moves, vibrates, and circles. This principle explains that the differences between different manifestations of Matter, Energy, Mind, and even Spirit, are the result of only different "vibrations". The higher a person is on the scale, the higher the rate of vibration will be. Here, The All is said to be at an infinite level of vibration, almost to the point of being at rest. There are said to be millions upon millions of varying degrees between the highest level, The All, and the objects of the lowest vibration. Mental Transmutation is described as the practical application of this principle. To change one's mental state is to change vibration. One may do this by an effort of Will, by means of deliberately "fixing the attention" upon a more desirable state. Principle of Polarity. The Principle of Polarity embodies the idea that everything is dual, everything has two poles, and everything has its opposite. All manifested things have two sides, two aspects, or two poles. Everything "is" and "isn't" at the same time, all truths are but half truths and every truth is half false, there are two sides to everything, opposites are identical in nature, yet different in degree, extremes meet, and all paradoxes may be reconciled.[9] Principle of Rhythm. The Principle of Rhythm embodies the idea that in everything there is manifested a measured motion, a to and fro, a flow and inflow, a swing backward and forward, a pendulum-like movement.[10] This principle explains that there is rhythm between every pair of opposites, or poles, and is closely related to the Principle of Polarity. It can be seen that this Principle enables transition from one pole to the other, and not necessarily poles of extreme opposites. Principle of Cause and Effect. The Principle of Cause and Effect explains that there is a cause for every effect, and an effect for every cause. It also states that there is no such thing as chance, that chance is merely a term indicating extant causes not recognised or perceived.The Principle is clarified in the chapter Causation. Principle of Gender. The Principle of Gender embodies the idea that gender is manifested in everything.The authors state that this does not relate explicitly to the commonly understood notion of sex, but rather "... to beget; to procreate, to generate, to create, or to produce..." in general. Gender is manifested as the Masculine and Feminine principles, and manifests itself on all planes. Mental Gender is described as a Hermetic concept which relates to the masculine and feminine principles. It does not refer to the physical gender of someone, nor does it suggest that someone of a certain physical gender necessarily has the same mental gender. Ideally, one wants to have a balanced mental gender. The concept put forth in The Kybalion states that gender exists on all planes of existence (Physical, Mental, and Spiritual), and represents different aspects on different planes. It is also stated that everything and everyone contains these two elements or principles. The Masculine principle is always in the direction of giving out or expressing, and contents itself with the "Will" in its varied phases. The Feminine principle is always in the direction of receiving impressions, and has a much more varied field of operation than the Masculine. The Masculine conducts the work of generating new thoughts, concepts, and ideas, including the work of the imagination.Must be a balance in these two forces. Without the Feminine, the Masculine is apt to act without restraint, order, or reason, resulting in chaos. The Feminine alone, on the other hand, is apt to constantly reflect and fail to actually do anything, resulting in stagnation. With both the Masculine and Feminine working in conjunction, there is thoughtful action that breeds success, which points out that both the Feminine and the Masculine fulfil each other.
Real Animator Training - Advanced Character Animation
 
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Join the AMB Animation Academy Real Animator Training Library For Full Videos https://ambanimation.com/ambaa/join-the-real-animator-training-library/ In This extract from the AMB Animation Real Animator Training Lectures on How to Animate Advanced Character Animation I demonstrate the procedure utilising the complex half human and half squid Character Ursula the Sea Witch from the iconic Disney Film The Little Mermaid. Having never drawn or studied her I spent two days studying her construction and expressions from any material that I could find online. She was originally animated by Ruben Aquino and I personally believe her to be the most appealing and finest animated of all the modern Disney Villains with shades of the Great Milt Kahl's Medusa or Marc Davis's Cruella. In the lecture I exemplify that no matter how complex or unfamiliar a character is the process of animation is always based on the solid fundamentals that are established in basic exercises and commonly recognised today as the twelve principles of animation. I establish a series of well planned out thumbnails that identify the framework of how the animation will play out and then think about placing key frames within them that arc nicely and accentuate the intended acting of the character. The lecture series spans seven videos that you can watch in the Advanced Animation Archive within the AMB Animation Real Animator Training Library Join the Facebook page https://en-gb.facebook.com/ambanimationacademy/ follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/AMBartist
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English Conversation: The Meaning of Hand Gestures
 
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Have you noticed that you make hand gestures while speaking your native language? Body movement during conversation can give off social clues that are particular to a certain culture. But when people learn a language, they often forget to learn the words and expressions that we make with our hands. You may find that a hand gesture in your culture has a different meaning in English-speaking countries. In this lesson, I will teach you common hand gestures used when speaking English. Take the quiz to test your understanding: http://www.engvid.com/english-conversation-the-meaning-of-hand-gestures/ TRANSCRIPT Hello. My name is Emma, and in today's video, I am going to teach you all about how we use our hands in English. So there are many ways we use our hands in English. I'm going to teach you a lot of different ways we use them. A lot of students get very confused with this, because the way we use our hands varies from culture to culture, so what we do in Canada and England and the U.S. might be very different than with what you do in your country. Okay? So pay close attention to these differences. So to start with, let's look at: "knock on wood". If you're living in an English-speaking country, you may have noticed sometimes people have a wooden object or a desk, a table, something made of wood, and they knock on it. Okay? You might wonder: "What does this mean, knock on wood?" In English tradition, if you say something good, for example: "I did very, very well on my test. I killed my test. I did amazing on my test", you might knock on wood to make sure that you don't jinx it. Okay? I'll give you another example. Imagine if I want to go on a picnic, and I'm a little afraid about rain, I might say: "Oh, you know, today's supposed to be a very sunny day. Knock on wood." I'm knocking on wood to prevent rain. Okay? So it's a superstition we do in order to kind of protect ourselves from the opposite happening. Okay? One last example: -"How did your interview go? How did your job interview go?" -"Oh, it went well." [Knocks] Okay, so that's why we knock on wood, it's a superstition. All right, let's look at some of these other ones. "Quotes". A lot of students have asked me: "What does this mean?" Okay? So, for example, somebody might say: "Yeah, she's beautiful." Or: "He's really smart." This kind of has a sarcastic tone to it. It means somebody has said somebody is beautiful, but you don't believe it. Or somebody has said somebody is smart, but you don't believe it. So if you hear someone saying something, and you're, you know, pretty much using their words but you don't believe it, you can do quotes. Okay? Another example: "Yeah that movie was awesome." Okay? So it means you don't believe it. English is fun. Your teachers might tell you English is fun. When you're talking to your friends, you might say: "English is fun", if you don't believe it. All right, the next one: "crazy". All right? In English, if we think someone is crazy, we go... Okay? So, for example: "That guy, he's very..." [Clicks tongue] It means he's very crazy. Okay? "Fingers crossed". A lot of the times in English, we take our fingers and we cross them, and we go like this. This means we're hoping something happens. Okay? So, for example: I hope you like this video, fingers crossed. Or: I hope I did well on the test, fingers crossed. Okay? So this means you hope something is happening. Now, this is a little different from if you take your finger and you put it behind your back. If you take your finger... Your fingers crossed and you put it behind your back, it means you're telling a lie. So, for example: "Oh, I loved the movie you made. The movie you made was incredible." If my fingers are behind my back, it means I'm lying to you. "I never talk to that guy." Okay? Fingers behind my back, it means I'm lying. Okay? Now, this one you might know, I think it's a very common one: "OK". It can also mean: "nice work" or "A-OK". So that means something has gone well. We have this one which is a very rude one. This, which means... And sorry, I'm not doing this to you; I'm just teaching it. This means "up yours", which pretty much in English means "fuck you". Okay? So if you ever see somebody going like that, it's not polite. It means up yours or fuck you. Oh, we have one... Two more. "Peace sign". Okay, when we're talking about peace in English, we often go: "Peace." So this is against war. In the 1960s, there were people called Hippies, they were always going: "Peace." This is very different than the V sign, this. Peace is like this, the V sign is like this. The V sign is something that is almost the same as this. In England, in Australia, in New Zealand, if you do this to somebody, you're pretty much telling them: "Fuck you." Okay? So be careful. "Peace", versus "Fuck you."
⭐️ 6. The Divine Paradox * The Kybalion
 
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The Kybalion was first published in1908 by the Yogi Publication Society and is based upon ancient Hermeticism, though many of its ideas are relatively modern concepts arising from the New Thought movement. The book early on makes the claim that it makes its appearance in one's life when the time is appropriate. The Seven Principles. Principle of Mentalism. The Principle of Mentalism embodies the idea that "The All is Mind, The Universe is Mental" Principle of Correspondence. The Principle of Correspondence embodies the idea that there is always a correspondence between the laws of phenomena of the various "planes" of being and life. As above, so below; as below, so above. This principle states that there is a harmony, agreement and correspondence between these planes, delineated as: The Great Physical Plane The Great Mental Plane The Great Spiritual Plane Principle of Vibration. The Principle of Vibration embodies the idea that motion is manifest in everything in the Universe, that nothing rests, and everything moves, vibrates, and circles. This principle explains that the differences between different manifestations of Matter, Energy, Mind, and even Spirit, are the result of only different "vibrations". The higher a person is on the scale, the higher the rate of vibration will be. Here, The All is said to be at an infinite level of vibration, almost to the point of being at rest. There are said to be millions upon millions of varying degrees between the highest level, The All, and the objects of the lowest vibration. Mental Transmutation is described as the practical application of this principle. To change one's mental state is to change vibration. One may do this by an effort of Will, by means of deliberately "fixing the attention" upon a more desirable state. Principle of Polarity. The Principle of Polarity embodies the idea that everything is dual, everything has two poles, and everything has its opposite. All manifested things have two sides, two aspects, or two poles. Everything "is" and "isn't" at the same time, all truths are but half truths and every truth is half false, there are two sides to everything, opposites are identical in nature, yet different in degree, extremes meet, and all paradoxes may be reconciled.[9] Principle of Rhythm. The Principle of Rhythm embodies the idea that in everything there is manifested a measured motion, a to and fro, a flow and inflow, a swing backward and forward, a pendulum-like movement.[10] This principle explains that there is rhythm between every pair of opposites, or poles, and is closely related to the Principle of Polarity. It can be seen that this Principle enables transition from one pole to the other, and not necessarily poles of extreme opposites. Principle of Cause and Effect. The Principle of Cause and Effect explains that there is a cause for every effect, and an effect for every cause. It also states that there is no such thing as chance, that chance is merely a term indicating extant causes not recognised or perceived.The Principle is clarified in the chapter Causation. Principle of Gender. The Principle of Gender embodies the idea that gender is manifested in everything.The authors state that this does not relate explicitly to the commonly understood notion of sex, but rather "... to beget; to procreate, to generate, to create, or to produce..." in general. Gender is manifested as the Masculine and Feminine principles, and manifests itself on all planes. Mental Gender is described as a Hermetic concept which relates to the masculine and feminine principles. It does not refer to the physical gender of someone, nor does it suggest that someone of a certain physical gender necessarily has the same mental gender. Ideally, one wants to have a balanced mental gender. The concept put forth in The Kybalion states that gender exists on all planes of existence (Physical, Mental, and Spiritual), and represents different aspects on different planes. It is also stated that everything and everyone contains these two elements or principles. The Masculine principle is always in the direction of giving out or expressing, and contents itself with the "Will" in its varied phases. The Feminine principle is always in the direction of receiving impressions, and has a much more varied field of operation than the Masculine. The Masculine conducts the work of generating new thoughts, concepts, and ideas, including the work of the imagination.Must be a balance in these two forces. Without the Feminine, the Masculine is apt to act without restraint, order, or reason, resulting in chaos. The Feminine alone, on the other hand, is apt to constantly reflect and fail to actually do anything, resulting in stagnation. With both the Masculine and Feminine working in conjunction, there is thoughtful action that breeds success, which points out that both the Feminine and the Masculine fulfil each other.
Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties
 
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The Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties is a treaty concerning the international law on treaties between states. It was adopted on 22 May 1969 and opened for signature on 23 May 1969. The Convention entered into force on 27 January 1980. The VCLT has been ratified by 114 states as of April 2014. Some countries that have not ratified the Convention, such as the United States, recognize parts of it as a restatement of customary law and binding upon them as such. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Industrial Ecology
 
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See the full course: https://systemsacademy.io/courses/systems-ecology/ Twitter: http://bit.ly/2HobMld In this video we will look at the domain of industrial ecology, a relatively new interdisciplinary area that takes a holistic perspective to the modeling, designing and management of coupled ecological and industrial systems. A paradigm that looks at our industrial infrastructure from the perspective of natural ecologies and biomimicry. We talk about some of its basic principles including the idea of industrial metabolism, representing the flow of materials and energy through industrial systems at different scales. Systems thinking which recognizes the need for a holistic perspective when dealing with these complex engineered systems. Synergies, how the different components interact with each other and the overall system. Recyclability and feedback loops, converting linear systems into nonlinear cyclical processes through identifying and closing feedback loops. Lastly, we briefly look at some of the models and tools used in this area including life cycle analysis, input-output analysis, material flow accounting and stakeholder analysis.
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The Hidden Power by Thomas Troward
 
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Support New Wellness Living and this 'New Thought Series': Via Paypal: paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=PQRGZ58MG9EDA "The Hidden Power" assembles Thomas Troward's essays on New Thought and other areas of mental science. Included in this volume are: "The Hidden Power," "The Perversion of Truth," "The "I Am," "Affirmative Power," "Submission," "Completeness," "The Principle of Guidance," "Desire as the Motive Power," "Touching Lightly," "Present Truth," "Yourself," "Religious Opinions," "A Lesson from Browning," "The Spirit of Opulence," "Beauty," "Separation and Unity," "Externalisation," "Entering into the Spirit of It," "The Bible and the New Thought," "Jachin and Boaz," "Hephziba," "Mind and Hand," "The Central Control," "What is Higher Thought," and "Fragments." Thomas Troward was an English author whose works influenced the New Thought Movement and mystic Christianity. According to Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) archivist Nell Wing, early AA members were strongly encouraged to read Thomas Troward's Edinburgh Lectures on Mental Science. In the opening of the 2006 film The Secret (2006 film), introductory remarks credit Troward's philosophy with inspiring the movie and its production. Works by Thomas Troward include: The Edinburgh Lectures on Mental Science 1904 The Dore Lectures on Mental Science The Creative Process in the Individual Bible Mystery and Bible Meaning The Law and the Word The Hidden Power and Other Papers on Mental Science Source: Wikipedia.org| Amazon.com
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Introduction to ergonomics in the workplace
 
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Why working in a comfortable, well equipped environment is better for your health. This Workers’ Compensation Regulator webinar presented by Michelle James and Pam Knobel, discusses what ergonomics involves, the role of an ergonomist, the benefits of applying ergonomic principles in the workplace and resources to assist you.
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Quick learning of CRISPR/Cas9
 
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What is CRISPR? What is Cas9? How does CRISPR system work? What is needed to perform genome engineering in your lab? This short video introduces the basics of this novel technology, as well as genome editing/knockout products offered by OriGene. For more details, please visit http://www.origene.com/CRISPR-CAS9/ Targeted genome modification has been hampered by the lack of an efficient tool to create a double-stranded break at a designed location. The CRISPR/CAS system is an RNA-guided nuclease system for the targeted introduction of double stranded DNA cleavage. Originally discovered in bacteria as an acquired defense against foreign pathogens, CRISPR/CAS technology has been demonstrated to work successfully in all the common model organisms, making it one of the hottest technology breakthroughs in 2013. Targeted genomic cleavage requires two key elements: a homing device and an endonuclease. In the CRISPR/CAS platform, the homing device is guide RNA, or gRNA and a CAS nuclease. The gRNA contains a twenty-nucleotide target sequence immediately upstream of a Protospacer Adjacent Motif or PAM, linked to a tracrRNA scaffold. This is sufficient to direct the CAS9 nuclease to the complementary site in the genome and create a double-stranded break. Compared to previous genome editing methods, such as ZNF and TALEN, CRIPSR/CAS is cheaper, quicker, and more accessible for researchers. Due to its amazing simplicity, CRIPSR-based genome editing can be achieved with a simple transfection. OriGene offers an all-in-one vector, pCas-Guide, engineered with all the essential elements for targeted cleavage. • The codon-optimized Cas9 expression • A cloning site for a twenty nucleotide target sequence • And a gRNA scaffold downstream of the cloning site to be transcribed into a complete gRNA by a U6 promoter. With a target sequence cloned into this vector, cells transfected with these constructs will express Cas9 nuclease and the guide RNA, which will then lead to a sequence-specific double-stranded break in the genome. Other vector variations are also available to provide added convenience, such as GFP for transfection monitoring or Lenti-backbone for viral delivery. For researchers who perform mRNA microinjection or mRNA transfection, a T7 driven expression vector is available. With the CRISPR/CAS system, genome editing is now smooth sailing. Two types of editing are commonly used. Homologous recombination utilizes a repair template. The desired changes are flanked by left and right homologous arm sequences. Upon double crossover, the desired change is integrated into the genome. Applications include gene knockout, gene-tagging, and site-specific mutagenesis. Non-homologous end joining, where the ends of the break are joined together, introduces random mutations, insertions, and deletions. This can also be used to create variant libraries. Applications for CRISPR/Cas9 are endless. You can generate an in-del variant library at a targeted locus. You can knock out a target gene and simultaneously knock-in a functional cassette, such as a mammalian selection marker or a fluorescent marker. And you can introduce pre-designed mutations. One common application is the promoter study. It requires the insertion of a reporter gene, such as luciferase and/or a GFP, at the first exon of a target gene. This results in knocking out the target gene and knocking in the reporter, therefore enabling the researcher to monitor the promoter activity. For this application, OriGene offers a complete solution. Simply search with a gene symbol, and you can find a fully functional kit containing • Two gRNA vectors, • One donor vector, • And one scramble control vector Another common application is the safe-harbor insertion of transgenes. Compared to other transgene insertion methods, this method provides total control, for insertion site, orientation, as well as for copy number. A ready-to-use kit for this application is coming soon from OriGene as well. A ready-to-use kit for this application is now available from Origene. Origene brings you a complete CRISPR/Cas solution that is simple and easy to use. To learn more please visit the Origene website.
10 Smallest Countries In The World
 
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Smallest countries in the world! These minuscule nations cover tiny islands and some are smaller than cities. *CORRECTION: On #7 we say Liechtenstein is between Austria and Sweden. It's actually between Austria and Switzerland.
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The System of the World by Isaac NEWTON
 
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An Account of the System of the World, as described by Isaac Newton in his 3 volume work, Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica (The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy), commonly referred to as simple, often referred to as simply the Principia, first published in 1687. The Principia states Newton's laws of motion, forming the foundation of classical mechanics; Newton's law of universal gravitation; and a derivation of Kepler's laws of planetary motion (which Kepler first obtained empirically). The Principia is considered one of the most important works in the history of science. Book 3, subtitled De mundi systemate (On the System of the World), is an exposition of many consequences of universal gravitation, especially its consequences for astronomy. It builds upon the propositions of the previous books, and applies them with further specificity than in Book 1 to the motions observed in the solar system. Here (introduced by Proposition 22, and continuing in Propositions 25–35) are developed several of the features and irregularities of the orbital motion of the Moon, especially the variation. Newton lists the astronomical observations on which he relies, and establishes in a stepwise manner that the inverse square law of mutual gravitation applies to solar system bodies, starting with the satellites of Jupiter and going on by stages to show that the law is of universal application. He also gives starting at Lemma 4 and Proposition 40 the theory of the motions of comets, for which much data came from John Flamsteed and Edmond Halley, and accounts for the tides, attempting quantitative estimates of the contributions of the Sun and Moon to the tidal motions; and offers the first theory of the precession of the equinoxes. Book 3 also considers the harmonic oscillator in three dimensions, and motion in arbitrary force laws. In Book 3, Newton also made clear his heliocentric view of the solar system, modified in a somewhat modern way, since already in the mid-1680s he recognised the "deviation of the Sun" from the centre of gravity of the solar system. For Newton, "the common centre of gravity of the Earth, the Sun and all the Planets is to be esteem'd the Centre of the World", and that this centre "either is at rest, or moves uniformly forward in a right line". Newton rejected the second alternative after adopting the position that "the centre of the system of the world is immoveable", which "is acknowledg'd by all, while some contend that the Earth, others, that the Sun is fix'd in that centre". Newton estimated the mass ratios Sun:Jupiter and Sun:Saturn, and pointed out that these put the centre of the Sun usually a little way off the common centre of gravity, but only a little, the distance at most "would scarcely amount to one diameter of the Sun". Summary for the System of the World by Isaac Newton adapted from Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica, Wikipedia.
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Is the White Card Safety Training Recognised Nationally?
 
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http://www.whitecardinfo.com.au/safety-induction-training-recognised-nationally/ One of the most commonly asked questions when completing the white card training is whether it is recognised nationally. In this video we discuss the rules so you know whether or not your white card will be accepted in different states.
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Curious Capital Cities
 
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Try Dashlane here: https://www.dashlane.com/wonderwhy Get 10% off now with my promo code: wonderwhy A look at some curious capital cities of the world, including countries with more than one capital, no capital, disputed capitals, US state capitals, and purpose-built capitals like Washington DC. Music by Epidemic Sound: http://epidemicsound.com/creator This video is sponsored by Dashlane
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Multiligament Reconstruction Knee Injury - By Dr. Umer Butt Best Orthopedic Surgeon In Pakistan
 
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in this video Mr. Umer Butt Showing & Discussing About the Multiligament Knee Injury Reconstruction. ●● INTRODUCTION ●● Multiligament Reconstruction Knee Injury! The definition of a multiligament knee injury is commonly recognised as a tear of at least two of the four major knee ligament structures: the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL), the posteromedial corner (PMC) and the posterolateral corner (PLC).1 2 The terms knee dislocation and multi ligament knee injuries are often used interchangeably. Knee dislocations often result in multiligament knee injuries, but some multiligament knee injuries are not knee dislocations. A knee dislocation is typically characterized by rupture of both cruciate ligaments, with or without an associated grade III medial or lateral-sided injury.2 3 However, knee dislocations with one of the cruciate ligaments intact have been reported.4 5 Multi ligament injuries are heterogeneous, and a thorough diagnostic workup and treatment plan is mandatory when dealing with these injuries. The purpose of this article is to review specific focused principles of multi-ligament knee injuries, classification, diagnosis, treatment options and rehabilitation guidelines for addressing these complex injuries. Key information and articles on these injuries can be found in box 1 and box 2 respectivel _____________________________ #DrUmerButt #OrthopedicSugeaon #Multiligament #KneeInjury #Orthopedic #Surgeon #FrozenShoulder #KneeReplacement #TotalKneeReplacement #ACL #ACLReconstruction #Surgery #Arthroscopy #Knee #Shoulder #Doctor #Medical Please Also Watch All Other Videos Of Pakistan Best Orthopedic Surgeon / Doctor Mr. Umer Butt. http://bit.ly/UmerButAllVideos FOLLOW ON ALL MEDIA CHANNELS! FACEBOOK: https://facebook.com/uborthopaedic TWITTER: https://twitter.com/umer_surgeon INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/umer_butt_orthopaedic_surgeon WEBSITE: http://umerbutt.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/UmerButtOrthopedicSurgeon ----------------------------------------------------- ~~~~ TOPICS ~~~~ multiligament knee reconstruction , multiligamentous knee injury , multiligament knee injuries and their treatment , multiligament knee injury , multiligament knee reconstruction rehabilitation , multi ligament reconstruction rehabilitation , multiligament knee injury orthobullets , complex knee ligament reconstruction , multiligament knee injury classification , multi ligament knee surgery recovery time , multiligament knee injury ppt , multiple ligament knee surgery recovery timeline , knee sprain, knee injury vlog, knee injury football, knee injury first aid, knee injury basketball, acl surgery recovery her knee, inside knee pain, mcl injury, acl tear recovery without surgery , knee ligaments, hyperextended knee, lateral collateral ligament, knee anatomy, knee injury surgery, acl tear test, pcl injury, her leg ----------------------------------------------------------------- Best Orthopedic Surgeon , Best Orthopedic Surgeon in Pakistan Arthroscopy Surgeon , Arthroscopy Orthopedic Surgeon , Best Arthroscopy Surgeon , Best Arthroscopy Surgeon In Pakistan , Knee Surgeon , Knee Orthopedic Surgeon , Best Knee Surgeon , Best Knee Surgeon In Pakistan , Shoulder Surgeon , Shoulder Orthopedic Surgeon , Frozen Shoulder Orthopedic Surgeon , Best Shoulder Surgeon , Best Shoulder Surgeon In Pakistan , ACL Surgeon , ACL Orthopedic Surgeon , Best ACL Surgeon , Best ACL Surgeon In Pakistan , best orthopedic doctor in Pakistan doctor umer butt, best orthopedic surgeon in lahore Dr. Umer Butt, best orthopedic surgeon in karachi Dr. Umer Butt, best orthopedic surgeon in islamabad Dr. Umer Butt, Dr. Umer Butt orthopedic surgeon lahore , orthopedic surgeon in national hospital lahore umer butt, orthopedic doctor in doctors hospital lahore mr. umer butt, orthopedic doctor in johar town lahore doctor umer butt, Best orthopedic doctors , Best orthopedic doctor in Pakistan , Best orthopedic doctor in Lahore , Best orthopedic doctor in Karachi , Best orthopedic doctor in Islamabad , Best orthopedic doctor in Rawalpindi , Best orthopedic doctor in In Peshawar , Best orthopedic doctor in Mulltan , Best orthopedic doctor in India , Best orthopedic doctor in World , best orthopedic surgeon in Pakistan, best orthopedic surgeon in Lahore, best orthopedic surgeon in Karachi, best orthopedic surgeon in Islamabad, best orthopedic surgeon in World, =================================== Multiligament Reconstruction Of Knee Injury - By Dr. Umer Butt Best Orthopedic Surgeon In Pakistan https://youtu.be/IhzRdmxEcP8
Contemporary Urban Design Education - Part 3
 
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Lecture date: 2016-02-10 The symposium brings together urban educators to discuss how new practices and research have changed urban design conventions and disciplinary assumptions. This is a discussion not only important to urban researchers, but all architects involved in the different scales of designing the built environment. While the term ‘urban design’ originates from a conference at the Harvard Graduate School of Design in 1956, this was not the first time that the urban was defined as a problem arising between planning and design. Ildefons Cerdà already recognised this a century earlier when coining the term ‘urbanisation’. Also, rather than considering urban design as an academic field with practical orientation that operates between architecture, landscape architecture and planning as an inter-, intra, multi- or cross-disciplinary practice, what if its value is not a management of differences, but the instrumentalisation of conflicts? The resurgence of urban design education and research is only partially explained by global urbanisation, or the failure of other design disciplines to make meaningful claims to ‘urbanism’. Contemporary urban research challenges the commonly held belief that the urban requires a homogenising intervention and process. The approach of unifying the urban through ideas of place-making, nostalgia for past public spaces, or the codification of ‘good’ urban form is no longer tenable. Instead, richer multi-scalar design research enquiries are emerging, which, for example, make a simultaneous consideration of domesticity, typology, morphology, infrastructure and territory possible. A particular strength of urban design hereby is a framing of abstract contexts such as policy, legal frameworks and planning through considerations of specific constituencies, urban plans, design frameworks, design proposals and physical implementation. The symposium seeks to clarify how teaching and research methodologies can have a relevance and impact on urban practices and design. 'Scales as Pedagogy', Dr Adrian Lahoud (RCA) 'Linking the Physical to the Social', Prof Ricky Burdett (LSE) Round table discussion (chair Tarsha Finney, UTS) Adrian Lahoud is an architect, researcher and educator. Prior to being appointed Dean of the School of Architecture and Head of the Architecture programme at the Royal College of Art, Adrian Lahoud was Director of the Urban Design Masters at The Bartlett School of Architecture and served as Director of the MA programme at the Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths. He received his PhD from the University of Technology Sydney where he taught for a number of years while running an award winning architectural practice. His dissertation titled ‘The City, the Territory, the Planetary’ explores the way architecture structures problems through the concept of scale. He has written extensively on questions of climate change, spatial politics and urban conflict with a focus on the Arab world and Africa. Ricky Burdett is Professor of Urban Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and director of LSE Cities and the Urban Age Programme. He is a member of the UK Government’s Independent Airports Commission and a member of Council of the Royal College of Art in London. Burdett was Visiting Professor in Urban Planning and Design at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University in 2014 and Global Distinguished Professor at New York University from 2010 to 2014. He has been involved in regeneration projects across Europe and was Chief Adviser on Architecture and Urbanism for the London 2012 Olympics and architectural adviser to the Mayor of London from 2001 to 2006. Burdett was also a member of the Urban Task Force which produced a major report for the UK government on the future of English cities. He is editor of The Endless City (2007), Living in the Endless City (2011) and Innovation in Europe’s Cities (2015). Burdett acts as an adviser to national, regional and local governments on urban issues, and has worked with private companies and architectural practices on the development and framing of urban projects.
International Trainers : British Voice & Accent Training : Hyderabad
 
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Contemporary Urban Design Education - Part 2
 
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Lecture date: 2016-02-10 The symposium brings together urban educators to discuss how new practices and research have changed urban design conventions and disciplinary assumptions. This is a discussion not only important to urban researchers, but all architects involved in the different scales of designing the built environment. While the term ‘urban design’ originates from a conference at the Harvard Graduate School of Design in 1956, this was not the first time that the urban was defined as a problem arising between planning and design. Ildefons Cerdà already recognised this a century earlier when coining the term ‘urbanisation’. Also, rather than considering urban design as an academic field with practical orientation that operates between architecture, landscape architecture and planning as an inter-, intra, multi- or cross-disciplinary practice, what if its value is not a management of differences, but the instrumentalisation of conflicts? The resurgence of urban design education and research is only partially explained by global urbanisation, or the failure of other design disciplines to make meaningful claims to ‘urbanism’. Contemporary urban research challenges the commonly held belief that the urban requires a homogenising intervention and process. The approach of unifying the urban through ideas of place-making, nostalgia for past public spaces, or the codification of ‘good’ urban form is no longer tenable. Instead, richer multi-scalar design research enquiries are emerging, which, for example, make a simultaneous consideration of domesticity, typology, morphology, infrastructure and territory possible. A particular strength of urban design hereby is a framing of abstract contexts such as policy, legal frameworks and planning through considerations of specific constituencies, urban plans, design frameworks, design proposals and physical implementation. The symposium seeks to clarify how teaching and research methodologies can have a relevance and impact on urban practices and design. 'Propositions for Urban Design Research', Dr Sam Jacoby (AA) 'Architecture of Territory', Prof Milica Topalovic (ETH) Sam Jacoby is a chartered architect with an AA Diploma and a doctorate from the Technical University of Berlin. Jacoby has worked for architectural and planning offices in the UK, USA and Malaysia. He has taught at the AA since 2002 and is currently the director of the Projective Cities programme. Milica Topalovic is Assistant Professor of Architecture and Territorial Planning at the ETH Department of Architecture. From 2011-15 she held research professorship at the ETH Future Cities Laboratory in Singapore, studying the relationship between a city and its hinterland. In 2006 she joined the ETH as head of research at Studio Basel Contemporary City Institute and the professorial chairs held by Diener and Meili, where she taught research studios on cities and on territories such as Hong Kong and the Nile Valley. Milica graduated with distinction from the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade and received a Master’s degree from the Berlage Institute for her thesis on Belgrade’s post-socialist urban transformation. Since 2000, she worked on projects in different spatial scales and visual media. With Studio Basel she authored and edited Belgrade. Formal / Informal: A Research on Urban Transformation, and The Inevitable Specificity of Cities.
How Do We Measure Development In An Economy?
 
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Economic development and its indicators economics online. Gross national product (gnp) measures the economic output of a given nation. What are the best measurements of economic growth measuring development wikibooks, open books for an world. Dec 2016 gnp[edit]. Gnp can be used to measure the increase in real i have selected some of most commonly measures economic development. Carefully examine the maps of each measure below. Definition of development economic growth increase in total value goods and services produced 18 mar 2014 measuring developmentmeasuring chapter 1 electivegnp gross national product the 3 oct 2010 modern economy has been made possible by continuous refinement tools measures 11 dec there is no widely recognised, monetary measure a country's natural, human developmenthow rich we really are 13 jan economics web guide, unit 5b 7 4 pov 8 5 demographic indicators 9 apr 2009 first world bank's index (hdi), composite constructing macro well being, many to consider when taking broad look at process. This lesson defines and explains 13 jun 2012 the human development index (hdi) reported on in united nations it shows value using a wider measure of than just for measuring growth that takes into account not economic but social developmentquestions addressed this presentation. Measuring economic development wikiversity. The measurement of economic, social and environmental measuring development key indicators what is economic growth development? Definition, theories how do you measure Measuring the health economy university washington. However, the reality is that per capita gni or gdp represent measures of income. Compare each generally, economic development is a process of change over long period time. Though there are several criteria or principles to measure the economic factors which affect development may be economic, social, cultural technical. The two most important ways of measuring development are economic the hdi was introduced in 1990 as part united nations programme (undp) to provide a means 17 aug 2017 learn how economists and statisticians track growth why or bls, organization for co operation development, some suggest through increases is process by which nation improves economic, political, when considering measurement, too much emphasis has been placed on developers 'not creating jobs. Indicators of economic development slideshare. A multivariate approach in measuring socio economic development talkpoint how would you measure progress? . What are economic indicators? Why 7 feb 2014 stepwise i distance method is thoroughly explained and has been applied Crucial indicators for measuring socio development 24 may 2011 how should we measure the progress of development? Would you join powerful lobby macro cheerleaders focus on Economic geography measures. Bbc gcse bitesize measuring development. A country's economic health can usually be measured by looking at that growth and development. Measurement of economic development ec
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Several causes of bad breath
 
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The technical term for bad breath comes from a combination of the Latin halitus with Greek osis, most literally translating “condition of the breath.” Since it’s a scantily used word, softly spouting out “halitosis!” could be a discreet way to let your friend know they need a mint. Let them know ahead of time. Halitosis (medical term, first coined by the Listerine company in 1921), dog breath(scientific term), breath odour, or most commonly smells like shit when they breatheare terms used to describe noticeably unpleasant odours exhaled in breathing. Halitosis (medical term, first coined by the Listerine company in 1921), dog breath(scientific term), breath odour, or most commonly smells like shit when they breatheare terms used to describe noticeably unpleasant odours exhaled in breathing. Halitosis in action e; eating certain foods such as dead cats, skunks, or putrified carp; smoking wet diapers; and poor marital hygiene. Morning breath is a typical example of transient bad breath which, strangely enough, occurs in the evening after performing salacious oral lubrifellicities. Chronic bad breath is a more serious and persistent condition affecting up to 25% of the population in varying degrees. It can negatively impact the individual's personal and business relationships.... Oh, let's just put it plainly: When your face stinks like a blocked-up loo your boss will fire you, your lover will clean out the bank accounts and then leave you, and your own mother will attempt to pour boiling lye down your esophagus. Chronic halitosis is usually caused by persistent overpopulation of certain types of oral animals, primarily Yersinia pestis, moose, squid, and Nubians; and requires specialised treatment such as decapitation. Xerostomia (potty-mouth syndrome) will increase bad breath problems, as will habitual shit-eating or spending too much time French-kissing a walrus. Fetor hepaticus is a type of bad breath caused by chronic failure of imagination. It has been said to resemble "the smell of a freshly opened cranium with a not-so-fresh brain inside." Treatment Currently, chronic halitosis is not very well understood or even recognised as a treatable condition by most surgeons and chiropodists, so effective treatment is difficult to find. A whole industry has grown up around selling products like Listerine®™ as mouthwash or rinse. A very small number actually work. Some who take a more ballistic view of the body, including naturopathic wackos and alternative pootritionists, believe that halitosis can be cured or greatly diminished by scraping off plaque with a fingernail. Naturopathic treatment usually requires a change in eating style, lifestyle, and dying; most experts recommend a diet of rabbits, and less hydrochloric acid. Causes Though the causes of breath odour are not entirely understood, most unpleasant odors are known to arise from filthy smelly animals such as moose or squid which invade the mouth. Many of these animals can cause trouble when allowed to flourish or are genetically disposed to overpopulate. Large herds of these beasts are often found on the posterior of the tongue, where they wander and graze on the lingual dendrites or "taste buds". When left on the tongue, the activities of these huge great beasts -- their defecation, farting, slime production, nocturnal emissions, and so forth -- can yield either the putrescent smell of polyamines, or the "rotten egg" smell of volatile sulfur compounds (VSCs) such as hydrogen sulfide, methyl mercaptan and dimethyl sulfide, depending on the particular kind of wildlife. It is generally these compounds which, when mixed with mouth air and exhaled, produce the kind of breath that can knock over a dead bishop at 50 meters. Other causes of chronic bad breath may be bubonic plague, accidental death and decay, holding rotten potatoes in one's cheeks, being cursed by the Lord, exploding tooth syndrome, shoving Camembert up one's nose, a putrefied brain, and a wide variety of recreational drugs such as television.
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What is DIRECT MAIL FUNDRAISING? What does DIRECT MAIL FUNDRAISING mean?
 
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What is DIRECT MAIL FUNDRAISING? What does DIRECT MAIL FUNDRAISING mean? DIRECT MAIL FUNDRAISING meaning - DIRECT MAIL FUNDRAISING definition - DIRECT MAIL FUNDRAISING explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Direct mail fundraising is a form of direct marketing widely used by nonprofit organizations in North America and Europe to recruit or "acquire" new donors or members and to inform, cultivate, resolicit, and "upgrade" the level of their contributions or dues. The technique has been shown to work equally well in many other countries across the globe. Its use is spreading quickly. The professional use of direct mail fundraising requires an understanding both of the principles and practice of direct marketing and of the discipline of fundraising. In direct marketing, practitioners view large numbers of prospects or donors through the lens of statistics. Fundraising teaches us how to view prospects or donors as individuals, with unique values, beliefs, and preferences. In its modern form, direct mail fundraising appeared in the United States after World War II, when nationwide charities such as the National Easter Seal Society sought ways to broaden their fundraising base. It was only with the advent in the 1960s of the ZIP code and, later, the computer that direct mail fundraising began to gain wide use. Before the ZIP code, it was difficult to target appropriate recipients of direct mail fundraising appeals, and before the computer, compiling and maintaining lists of supporters was tedious and costly. During the 1970s, when computers became increasingly affordable, the use of direct mail fundraising spread widely. It quickly became the means by which most Americans learned about and first provided financial support for their charities of choice. The explosive growth of the nonprofit sector in the United States — quadrupling in the 1980s and doubling again in the 1990s and early 2000s — led to a massive expansion in the use of direct mail to build and sustain large, nationwide donor and membership lists. Today, direct mail fundraising accounts for at least one-fifth of the more than $250 billion contributed annually in the U.S. to the nation's 1.6 million nonprofit organizations. Direct mail fundraising has its own unique jargon, much of it related to the art and science of creating, producing and mailing the right appeal to the right list at the right time, and measuring the results. In recent years, electronic communication media has been used more commonly among nonprofits. Online, email, and social media campaigns, collectively referred to as digital fundraising, have been used in coordination with direct mail fundraising. Nonprofits supplement direct mail campaigns with email blasts and social media posts, using similar messaging and visuals to tie the various communications together. However, digital fundraising has not grown fast enough to replace direct mail for most nonprofits. In 2012, digital fundraising accounted for 7 percent of charitable donations in the United States.
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B Corp: Beyond Profit, it measures what matters. | Eric Ezechieli | TEDxMilano
 
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B Corp: Oltre il Profit, Misura ciò che conta. Eric Ezechieli introduces Benefit Corporation, a new way of doing business focused on generating value not only for the company itself but to the whole ecosystem surrounding it: the society, the environment and the people. Eric Ezechieli is a Purpose Driven Entrepreneur. Cofounder and Evolution Officer of Nativa, a purpose driven design company, first Certified B Corp® and Benefit Corporation in Europe. The Natural Step Italy President. Most Valuable Player 2016 of the global B Corp movement for introducing the legal form Società Benefit. Advisor to the G7. Eric leverages first principles design to create regenerative and resilient organisations. He advises and coaches leadership in corporations, NGOs, and the public sector to design economic activities that have a positive impact on people and biosphere. Lecturer and teacher in universities, keynote speaker in multiple leaders' forums. Stanford, Singularity University, and Bocconi Alumnus. Ski mountaineer & long distance triathlete. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Uniting Church and State: FP and OO Together   by Noel Welsh
 
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This video was recorded at Scala Days Copenhagen 2017 Follow us on Twitter @ScalaDays or visit our website for more information http://scaladays.org Abstract: In this talk we describe an underappreciated tool, Church encoding, that allows us to combine the best parts of FP and OO. By Church encoding our program we can reatin the simple semantics that characterises FP code, while achieving performance that may seem out of reach in a pure FP system. Late last year Maana, a Seattle based enterprise knowledge platform startup, contracted us to write a time series analysis engine. They commonly dealt with multi-TB data, but needed to achieve interactive speed. We recognised that providing a streaming API, similar to Monix, Akka Streams, or Reactive Extensions, would make the software accessible to data scientists already used to Spark, but there were issues about semantics and performance. Classic FP pull-based systems are simple to use but perform poorly, while OO push-based systems are fast but tricky to reason about. By employing Church encoding, also known as refunctionalisation, we were able to get the best of both worlds.
Videos for kids.  Sibling craziness, indoor exercise. Reagan and Duckies Adventures
 
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videos for kids.. My kids love playing together, and it is even better when playing together equals exercise. When the weather was far too hot this summer we would go to indoor play places. And since the YMCA has such a nice one we often ended up there. The kids love going down the slide, running around and climbing the large structure. Please come and have fun with my family. FamilyFun. When Reagan was 2 she started watching egg videos on her iPad (she had very limited screen time). We thought they were pretty weird but were also very harmless. As she got older she never stopped watching them and started getting her brother involved in her love of youtube (again limited screen time). Reagan came up one day and said she wanted to start a youtube channel of her own and we thought. Why not:) We didn't want to limit it to just one thing like eggs so we thought FamilyFun would be perfect. We have everything from reviews of the little tykes 7 foot first trampoline, to Skyfort 2, life like dolls from bradford exchange, and banzai waterpark. To shopkins happy places, fashems and mashems, more shopkins and more shopkins and more shopkins. Kinder eggs, and blind bags. Playing at the beach, ymca. doing experiments, playing, playing and more playing. My kids love to smile and be happy and they want to share that with all of you. FamilyFun. rom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the organisation. For the song, see Y.M.C.A. (song). For other uses, see YMCA (disambiguation). "The Y" redirects here. For other uses, see The Y (disambiguation). Young Men's Christian Association YMCA-SVG-Common International Founded June 6, 1844; 172 years ago London, England, U.K. Founder George Williams Headquarters Geneva, Switzerland Website www.ymca.int First YMCA in Canada in Montreal, Quebec Self-defense classes at YMCA in Boise, Idaho, 1936 The Young Men's Christian Association (commonly known as YMCA or simply the Y) is a worldwide organisation based in Geneva, Switzerland, with more than 57 million beneficiaries from 125 national associations.[1] It was founded on 6 June 1844 by George Williams in London and aims to put Christian principles into practice by developing a healthy "body, mind, and spirit". These three angles are reflected by the different sides of the (red) triangle—part of all YMCA logos. From its inception, it grew rapidly and ultimately became a worldwide movement founded on the principles of Muscular Christianity. Local YMCAs engage in a wide variety of charitable activities, including providing athletic facilities, holding classes for a wide variety of skills, proselytising Christianity, and humanitarian work. YMCAs remain religious organisations; many national or local organisations de-emphasise this aspect, while others choose to prioritise its religious mission above all others. The different local YMCAs are voluntarily affiliated through their national organisations. The national organisations in turn are part of both an Area Alliance and the World Alliance of YMCAs. The World Alliance's main motto is "empowering young people". The YMCA was founded by George Williams, a London draper, who was typical of the young men drawn to the cities by the Industrial Revolution. He and his colleagues were concerned about the lack of healthy activities for young men in major cities; the options available were usually taverns and brothels. Williams's idea grew out of meetings he held for prayer and Bible-reading among his fellow-workers in a business in the city of London,[3] and on 6 June 1844, he founded the first YMCA in London with the purpose of "the improving of the spiritual condition of young men engaged in the drapery, embroidery, and other trades."[4] By 1851, there were YMCAs in the United Kingdom, Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United States. In 1855, 99 YMCA delegates from Europe and North America met in Paris at the First World Conference of YMCAs, held before the 1855 Paris World Exposition of the same year. They discussed joining together in a federation to enhance cooperation amongst individual YMCA societies. This marked the beginning of the World Alliance of YMCAs. The conference adopted the Paris Basis, a common mission for all present and future national YMCAs.[5] Its motto was taken from the Bible, "That they all may be one" (John 17:21). Other ecumenical bodies, such as the World YWCA, the World Council of Churches, and the World Student Christian Federation have reflected elements of the Paris Basis in their founding mission statements. In 1865 The Fourth World Conference of YMCAs, held in Germany, affirmed the importance of developing the whole individual in body, mind, and spirit. The concept of physical work through sports, a new concept for the time, was also recognised as part of this "muscular Christianity."
Francis Fukuyama: Identity Politics – The Demand for Dignity and the Nation State’s Future
 
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The ERSTE Foundation Tipping Point Talks 2019 www.erstestiftung.org/200 #tptalks2019 Thirty years ago, the Iron Curtain came down and opened up a tremendous range of opportunities for individuals, societies, and businesses in the region of Central and Eastern Europe. Back then, the today world famous political scientist Francis Fukuyama wrote the book The End of History and the Last Man. Suggesting that the end of communism would lead to the prevalence of liberal democracy, his theories are still triggering debates to this very day. Opening Boris Marte, ERSTE Foundation Lecture Francis Fukuyama: Identity Politics – The Demand for Dignity and the Nation State’s Future On-stage discussion How do we foster democracy in Europe 30 years after the fall of the Iron Curtain? Alexander Van der Bellen, President of the Republic of Austria Francis Fukuyama, political scientist Julia De Clerck-Sachsse, EU diplomat Ivan Krastev, political scientist Karolina Wigura, philosopher Chair: Almut Möller
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How to PREPARE for the IELTS EXAM in 2018
 
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Get my FREE ebook guide to learning Australian English: https://aussieenglish.lpages.co/ae-guide1/ Get the downloads for this episode here: https://wp.me/p7tyV3-1o7 In today's Aussie English video I interview Kit Perry from Townsville International English School (TIES) about how to prepare for the IELTs exam in 2018. As an Australian English teacher I often get a lot of questions about the IELTS and PTE exams such as: how do I prepare for the IELTs exam? How can I score above a 6 band in the IETLs? How do I study for the PTE exam? How should I study for the IELTs and PTE exams? I'm not expert in preparing for the IELTs exam nor the PTE exam, and so I thought I would get English teacher Kit Perry, who is an expert in preparation for these English exams onto the Aussie English Podcast share his knowledge. Let me know in a comment below, how did you prepare for your IELTs or PTE exam?? ▶️ Donate Now: https://bit.ly/2q7XavQ ▶️ Sign Up For Our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/2IL1FFf ▶️ Soundcloud: https://bit.ly/2GzW1Eo **** Your support is essential to Aussie English, which is 100% funded by viewers like you. Please support the show by making a one time donation or signing up for a monthly recurring donation at: https://bit.ly/2q7XavQ How can you help Aussie English? ▶️ 1. Donate: https://bit.ly/2q7XavQ ▶️ 2. Newsletter Sign-Up/Get FREE Downloads: https://bit.ly/2IL1FFf ▶️ 3. On YouTube: Subscribe, Click Notification Bell ▶️ 4. Subscribe to The Aussie English Podcast: https://www.theaussieenglishpodcast.com/ ▶️ 5. Follow Aussie English on Alternative Platforms Want to get even more out of Aussie English? ✔ Aussie English TV: http://bit.ly/2G2kw02 ✔ AE Classroom: http://bit.ly/2wutcrE ✔ Effortless Phrasal Verbs Course: http://bit.ly/2xhyZln Thanks to these amazing people for supporting AE! Aurelien Takua Shamoto Julia Kalinkina Takuya Shamot Dong Choi Lada Durchanek Juliana Montoya Aaron Aye Chan Kevin Saffarian Isabel Haro Rocio Pena Kebria Sabouri Veronica Pineal Kaden Ko Luciano Pinto Галина Гостева Eric Regalario Paloma Marin Arraiza Daniel On Marcos Saul Ramy Elsayed Sadek Lima Yarey Maksim Iaremchenko Shin Naung Naung Htwe Homer Chen Guisela Matheson Shinichi Masaki Daren Lee Peng Qin Davood Pour Tatyana
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Henri Matisse (1869 - 1954) - Part XVI   - A collection of works painted in   1923.
 
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Henri Matisse (1869 - 1954) - Part XVI - A collection of works painted in 1923. Henri Matisse a leader of the Fauvism and a master of the expressive language of colour and drawing. Henri Émile Benoît Matisse (31 December 1869 – 3 November 1954) was a French artist, known for both his use of colour and his fluid and original draughtsmanship. He was a draughtsman, printmaker, and sculptor, but is known primarily as a painter. Matisse is commonly regarded, along with Pablo Picasso, as one of the artists who best helped to define the revolutionary developments in the visual arts throughout the opening decades of the twentieth century, responsible for significant developments in painting and sculpture. Along with Picasso, Matisse helped to define and influence radical contemporary art in the 20th century. Although he was initially labelled a Fauve (wild beast), by the 1920s he was increasingly hailed as an upholder of the classical tradition in French painting. His mastery of the expressive language of colour and drawing, displayed in a body of work spanning over a half-century, won him recognition as a leading figure in modern art. Fauvism as a style began around 1900 and continued beyond 1910. The movement as such lasted only a few years, 1904–1908, and had three exhibitions. The leaders of the movement were Matisse and André Derain. Matisse's first solo exhibition was at Ambroise Vollard's gallery in 1904, without much success. His fondness for bright and expressive colour became more pronounced after he spent the summer of 1904 painting in St. Tropez with the neo-Impressionists Signac and Henri-Edmond Cross. In that year he painted the most important of his works in the neo-Impressionist style, Luxe, Calme et Volupté. In 1905 he travelled southwards again to work with André Derain at Collioure. His paintings of this period are characterised by flat shapes and controlled lines, using pointillism in a less rigorous way than before. Matisse and a group of artists now known as "Fauves" exhibited together in a room at the Salon d'Automne in 1905. The paintings expressed emotion with wild, often dissonant colours, without regard for the subject's natural colours. Matisse showed Open Window and Woman with the Hat at the Salon. Critic Louis Vauxcelles described the work with the phrase "Donatello parmi les fauves!" (Donatello among the wild beasts), referring to a Renaissance-type sculpture that shared the room with them. His comment was printed on 17 October 1905 in Gil Blas, a daily newspaper, and passed into popular usage. The exhibition garnered harsh criticism—"A pot of paint has been flung in the face of the public", said the critic Camille Mauclair—but also some favourable attention. When the painting that was singled out for special condemnation, Matisse's Woman with a Hat, was bought by Gertrude and Leo Stein, the embattled artist's morale improved considerably. Les toits de Collioure, 1905, oil on canvas, The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia. Matisse was recognised as a leader of the Fauves, along with André Derain; the two were friendly rivals, each with his own followers. Other members were Georges Braque, Raoul Dufy, and Maurice de Vlaminck. The Symbolist painter Gustave Moreau (1826–1898) was the movement's inspirational teacher. As a professor at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, he pushed his students to think outside of the lines of formality and to follow their visions. In 1907 Guillaume Apollinaire, commenting about Matisse in an article published in La Falange, wrote, "We are not here in the presence of an extravagant or an extremist undertaking: Matisse's art is eminently reasonable." But Matisse's work of the time also encountered vehement criticism, and it was difficult for him to provide for his family. His painting Nu bleu (1907) was burned in effigy at the Armory Show in Chicago in 1913. Test: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henri_Matisse https://www.wikiart.org/es/henri-matisse Musics: Brandenburg Concerto No4-1 BWV1049 - Classical Whimsical 7:17 Kevin MacLeod Clásica | Feliz Puedes usar esta canción en cualquiera de tus vídeos, pero debes incluir el siguiente texto en la descripción: Brandenburg Concerto No4-1 BWV1049 - Classical Whimsical de Kevin MacLeod está sujeta a una licencia de Creative Commons Attribution (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Fuente: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100303 Artista: http://incompetech.com/ Waltz of the Flowers (by Tchaikovsky) 6:54 Tchaikovsky Clásica | Positiva Puedes usar esta canción en cualquiera de tus videos.
Landscape Architecture: Gloucestershire University
 
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http://www.glos.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/lc/Pages/LandscapeArchitecture.aspx Postgraduate Diploma/MA Landscape architecture is about the design of our natural and built environment, from National Parks to city streets, World Heritage Sites to urban plazas, the London Olympic Park to a school play area. Practitioners work across a range of organisations such as local authorities, government agencies and private practice and are involved in a broad range of tasks including master-planning, environmental assessment, public consultation and design. Our programme equips you with the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the challenges of the 21st century, when issues of sustainability and rapid policy and environmental change are forcing developers and designers to rethink their approaches at all scales. You might work in the private sector, with multidisciplinary teams in the UK or abroad, or in the public sector, using your knowledge and design skills to inform policy and planning decisions at a local, regional, national or international level. Wherever you work, you will have the confidence that you have graduated from a course with a long-standing reputation as one of the best in delivering high-quality landscape architecture training. Please visit the course blog - http://gloscape.wordpress.com Typical Modules Landscape Professional Practice: exploring all aspects of the professional context of the practitioner; from Landscape Institute Chartership to professional indemnity insurance Landscape Planning Studio: addressing the strategic large scale and long-term housing demand of a local authority client Landscape Design Studio: working with a local authority client, students develop a masterplan for an urban regeneration site Landscape Innovation Studio: focuses on innovation in the field of landscape architecture in its broadest sense Applied Ecology & Conservation: introduces the principles of applied ecology and explores the management and conservation of species, habitats and landscapes at a variety of scales Geographical Information Systems: Mapping and Remote Sensing: provides the student with the opportunity to acquire hands-on skills in data acquisition Environmental Assessment: EIA, SEA and Ecosystem Services: Examines how environmental decisions are undertaken in practice, through approaches such as EIA, SEA and Ecosystem services Environmental Pollution and Remediation: explores the remediation methods currently employed by the brownfield remediation industry to tackle the most commonly encountered pollutant types and issues Benefits recognised by the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) the oldest Landscape Institute accredited course in the UK a strong focus on sustainable design approaches active learning with real sites and clients for projects Career Paths Landscape Architect Landscape Planner Freelance How will the course be assessed? All work is assessed via coursework which is a mix of written, illustrated reports, essays and design-based projects. Entry requirements you will need at least a 2.2 Honours degree or equivalent in Landscape Architecture or Landscape Design you may be required to attend an interview a portfolio of work is desirable but not essential international students need IELTS 6.5 overall (no less than 6.0 in writing and 5.5 in any other band) or equivalent Study Options Full-time / Part-time Campus Francis Close Hall Associated Professional Accreditations: The Landscape programme (undergraduate and postgraduate and conversion route) is fully accredited by the Royal Chartered Landscape Institute (the LI). The course also has International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) recognition. Applications and Enquiries Guidance and Recruitment Office Waterworth Building The Park, Cheltenham Gloucestershire GL50 2RH Tel: 01242 714500 Fax: 01242 714827 Email: [email protected] Programme Specifications Landscape Architecture
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Governance: Supporting improvement across complex public service delivery
 
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In partnership with the Welsh Government and ICAEW, we are holding a series of webinars to support public services in improving their approaches to governance. 6:22 Why are the Wales Audit Office holding today's webinar? 9:07 Recognising the diversity and dynamism of Welsh public services provision, why is it so important to have good governance arrangements in place? 13:41 Wellbeing of Future Generations Act 27:34 In the panels’ experience, what are the most common challenges facing public services in relation to governance and are there any examples of approaches that could be taken to overcome them? 41:38 Given the fact that public services will increasingly be delivering services with a range of partners in future, what is the one key piece of advice you would give to public services listening to today’s webinar? Speakers: David Richards, Welsh Government Ross Campbell, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW) Alastair McQuaid, Wales Audit Office Mewn partneriaeth â Llywodraeth Cymru a Sefydliad Cyfrifwyr Siartredig Cymru a Lloegr, rydym yn cynnal cyfres o weminarau i gynorthwyo gwasanaethau cyhoeddus i wellau eu dulliau Llywodraethu. 6:22 Pam bod Swyddfa Archwilio Cymru yn cynnal gweminar heddiw? 9:07 Gan gydnabod amrywiaeth a dynamiaeth y ffordd y caiff gwasanaethau cyhoeddus eu darparu yng Nghymru, pam ei bod yn bwysig cael trefniadau llywodraethu da ar waith? 13:41 Deddf Llesiant Cenedlaethau'r Dyfodol 27:34 Ym mhrofiad y panel, beth yw'r heriau mwyaf cyffredin sy'n wynebu gwasanaethau cyhoeddus mewn perthynas â llywodraethu ac a oes unrhyw enghreifftiau o ddulliau gweithredu y gellir eu defnyddio i'w goresgyn? 41:38 O gofio'r ffaith y bydd gwasanaethau cyhoeddus yn darparu gwasanaethau yn gynyddol gyda phartneriaid yn y dyfodol, beth yw'r un cyngor allweddol yr hoffech ei roi i wasanaethau cyhoeddus sy'n gwrando ar y weminar heddiw? Siaradwyr: David Richards, Llywodraeth Cymru Ross Campbell, Sefydliad Cyfrifwyr Siartredig Cymru a Lloegr (ICAEW) Alastair McQuaid, Swyddfa Archwilio Cymru
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Getting it right: end of life care and dementia - Robert Berry
 
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End of life in dementia is recognised as being complex. One in three people will die with the condition, yet it can be difficult for practitioners to recognise nearness to death for an older person with dementia because older people often experience a gradual long-term decline and communication difficulties. As a result there is commonly under-treatment of symptoms such as pain, and the use of more aggressive interventions such as artificial feeding. Too many people die a painful, undignified death in hospital when their wishes would have been to be supported to die at home. There are local transformation programmes across Sussex to improve the end of life care pathway and to improve the dementia care pathway. NHS Sussex successfully secured Regional Innovation Funding (RIF) for one year to implement a change in the model of care at the junction of these two pathways. The overall aim of the project is to improve end of life care for people with dementia across Sussex, so that more people with dementia die in their preferred place of death, with dignity, without undue pain and with their advance wishes respected. The specific project objectives are: • To increase advanced end of life care planning for people with dementia • To develop a comprehensive care pathway for people with dementia at the end of life • To ensure staff caring for those with dementia and nearing the end of their life are equipped with the skills to deliver safe, high quality care
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Top 10 Ways Humans Are Being Engineered New 2018
 
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Top 10 Ways Humans Are Being Engineered New 2018 Human engineering isn't always technological know-how fiction. The human frame is one of nature’s engineering marvels. Here are the pinnacle 10 ways humans are presently being engineered. Subscribe for extra! ► ◄ Stay up to date ► ◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in contact: [email protected] Credit: Be Amazed at those human engineering feats! CRISPR - About a decade in the past, scientists found a evidently occurring agent gift among all residing matters. Designer babies simulator - The loose manipulation of genes in destiny childbirths has been one of the recognised give up games for human organic engineering. 3-Parent Babies - If in-vitro fertilization plus CRISPR isn’t your selected type of natural gene splicing, then possibly getting your child to have three dad and mom may just provide that wanted zing on your own family’s gene pool. Techniques to Eliminate Hereditary Diseases - Touching more on the discussion of unwanted future ailments, there also are different strategies of human organic engineering that tackle this trouble, other than what we've got already noted. Making Living Tattoos - If you want a less complicated approach of human engineering, possibly you is probably interested in tattoos. Manufacturing Organs - Human engineering ought to sooner or later be as smooth as replacing vehicle parts, or modifying your PC. HeLa Cells - While organ manufacturing and the in-vitro meat principles are commonly suffering due to slow and confined growth quotes of cells for such purposes today, there's one sort of mobile this is absolutely optimized to simply preserve on multiplying all the time. Animal Organ Transplants - Yes, this can sound even freakier than HeLa cells, however we’re now not in reality referring to a real-life Frankenstein product of animal inner organs. Cow-Human Hybrid - No, we’re now not approximately to engineer human genes to create a real-lifestyles minotaur. Head Transplants - If this human engineering process sounds definitely Frankenstein-level to you, nicely, it truely gets a lot worse. Subscribe & More Videos: https://goo.gl/aoYhfy Thank for watching, Please Like Share And SUBSCRIBE!!! #engineeringbreakthroughs, #breakthroughs
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Husk and Honey a Cafe in Nambour QLD serving Gluten Free Foods and great Coffee
 
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We are a company that is commonly known as a 'small batch producer', allowing us to establish fantastic quality control, personal and intuitive company principles, and an enthusiastic working environment that translates to the quality our product. Our award-winning recipes have been approved by nutritionists and chefs to deliver optimum nutrition and ensure great taste in every spoonful. This has been officially recognised with awards, press and glowing feedback, as well as receiving the Family Business United award in 2017 for London and the South East. Husk & Honey granolas can be found in select unique delicatessens, beautifully curated food halls, high quality restaurants, premium hotels, and households all over the UK (as well as Germany & Spain). Can't find a stockist? Visit our online shop for delivery direct to your door! Wholesale orders can be made through our wholesale portal, or email us for more information about our wholesale products, event catering and pop-up breakfast bars. Husk and Honey 16-18 Queen Street Nambour Sunshine Coast QLD Australia 4560 Watch Video Review by #BigReviewTV #JustPressPlay BIG Profile: https://goo.gl/e9X1RZ View some of our Producers Picks https://goo.gl/YcfhFj Download our FREE Big Review TV App to Create & Share your experiences and video reviews https://bigreviewtv.com/app Follow BIG: https://twitter.com/BigReviewTV https://www.facebook.com/BigReviewTV https://instagram.com/bigreviewtv/ Showcase your business: https://bigreviewtv.com/contact-us https://bigreviewtv.com/membership [email protected] Use Big Review TV to create, view and share videos about your experiences.
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Husk and Honey a Cafe in Nambour QLD serving Gluten Free Foods and great Coffee
 
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We are a company that is commonly known as a 'small batch producer', allowing us to establish fantastic quality control, personal and intuitive company principles, and an enthusiastic working environment that translates to the quality our product. Our award-winning recipes have been approved by nutritionists and chefs to deliver optimum nutrition and ensure great taste in every spoonful. This has been officially recognised with awards, press and glowing feedback, as well as receiving the Family Business United award in 2017 for London and the South East. Husk & Honey granolas can be found in select unique delicatessens, beautifully curated food halls, high quality restaurants, premium hotels, and households all over the UK (as well as Germany & Spain). Can't find a stockist? Visit our online shop for delivery direct to your door! Wholesale orders can be made through our wholesale portal, or email us for more information about our wholesale products, event catering and pop-up breakfast bars. Husk and Honey 16-18 Queen Street Nambour Sunshine Coast QLD Australia 4560 Watch Video Review by #BigReviewTV #JustPressPlay BIG Profile: https://goo.gl/e9X1RZ View some of our Producers Picks https://goo.gl/YcfhFj Download our FREE Big Review TV App to Create & Share your experiences and video reviews https://bigreviewtv.com/app Follow BIG: https://twitter.com/BigReviewTV https://www.facebook.com/BigReviewTV https://instagram.com/bigreviewtv/ Showcase your business: https://bigreviewtv.com/contact-us https://bigreviewtv.com/membership [email protected] Use Big Review TV to create, view and share videos about your experiences.
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The National for August 12, 2018
 
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Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational?sub_confirmation=1 Voice Your Opinion & Connect With Us Online: The National Updates on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenational The National Updates on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBCTheNational »»» »»» »»» »»» »»» The National is CBC Television's flagship news program. Airing six days a week, the show delivers news, feature documentaries and analysis from some of Canada's leading journalists.
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Lectures on Landscape by John Ruskin - Design, Architecture & Fine Art Audiobook
 
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Lectures on Landscape by John Ruskin - Design, Architecture & Fine Art Audiobook ▶ Do not forget to subscribe to my channel for the most beautiful audiobooks selected from literary classics. https://goo.gl/vWzj1A (The best way to learn English is to listen to audio books.) Wikipedia: John Ruskin (8 February 1819 – 20 January 1900) was the leading English art critic of the Victorian era, as well as an art patron, draughtsman, watercolourist, a prominent social thinker and philanthropist. He wrote on subjects as varied as geology, architecture, myth, ornithology, literature, education, botany and political economy. His writing styles and literary forms were equally varied. He penned essays and treatises, poetry and lectures, travel guides and manuals, letters and even a fairy tale. He also made detailed sketches and paintings of rocks, plants, birds, landscapes, and architectural structures and ornamentation. The elaborate style that characterised his earliest writing on art gave way in time to plainer language designed to communicate his ideas more effectively. In all of his writing, he emphasised the connections between nature, art and society. He was hugely influential in the latter half of the 19th century and up to the First World War. After a period of relative decline, his reputation has steadily improved since the 1960s with the publication of numerous academic studies of his work. Today, his ideas and concerns are widely recognised as having anticipated interest in environmentalism, sustainability and craft. Ruskin first came to widespread attention with the first volume of Modern Painters (1843), an extended essay in defence of the work of J. M. W. Turner in which he argued that the principal role of the artist is "truth to nature". From the 1850s he championed the Pre-Raphaelites who were influenced by his ideas. His work increasingly focused on social and political issues. Unto This Last (1860, 1862) marked the shift in emphasis. In 1869, Ruskin became the first Slade Professor of Fine Art at the University of Oxford, where he established the Ruskin School of Drawing. In 1871, he began his monthly "letters to the workmen and labourers of Great Britain", published under the title Fors Clavigera (1871–1884). In the course of this complex and deeply personal work, he developed the principles underlying his ideal society. As a result, he founded the Guild of St George, an organisation that endures today. ▶ Audiobook Bestseller - Playlist: https://goo.gl/jmnpGQ ▶ The Best Audio Books HD Playlist: https://goo.gl/qbQubi ▶ Popular Classic Literature AudioBooks: https://goo.gl/8dh9VT ▶ Literary Classics And Audio Books To Learn English: https://goo.gl/8EcEnJ #audiobook #audiobooks #freeaudiobooks #bestaudiobooks #johnruskin #landscape #lecture Title: Lectures on Landscape Author: John RUSKIN (1819 - 1900) Reader: Hugh McGuire, Kirsten Ferreri, Duncan Murrell Genre: Art, Design & Architecture More infromation: https://librivox.org
Short Story | The Dead by James Joyce Audiobook
 
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Full audiobook - The Dead by James Joyce from short story collection Dubliners (1914) with captions to read along online. More James Joyce audiobooks: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdiacl_Q6LOaz5SmBARa8lbUD4Q2uN7pR Reading by T Hynes
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Husk and Honey a Cafe in Nambour QLD serving Gluten Free Foods and great Coffee
 
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We are a company that is commonly known as a 'small batch producer', allowing us to establish fantastic quality control, personal and intuitive company principles, and an enthusiastic working environment that translates to the quality our product. Our award-winning recipes have been approved by nutritionists and chefs to deliver optimum nutrition and ensure great taste in every spoonful. This has been officially recognised with awards, press and glowing feedback, as well as receiving the Family Business United award in 2017 for London and the South East. Husk & Honey granolas can be found in select unique delicatessens, beautifully curated food halls, high quality restaurants, premium hotels, and households all over the UK (as well as Germany & Spain). Can't find a stockist? Visit our online shop for delivery direct to your door! Wholesale orders can be made through our wholesale portal, or email us for more information about our wholesale products, event catering and pop-up breakfast bars. Husk and Honey 16-18 Queen Street Nambour Sunshine Coast QLD Australia 4560 Watch Video Review by #BigReviewTV #JustPressPlay BIG Profile: https://goo.gl/e9X1RZ View some of our Producers Picks https://goo.gl/YcfhFj Download our FREE Big Review TV App to Create & Share your experiences and video reviews https://bigreviewtv.com/app Follow BIG: https://twitter.com/BigReviewTV https://www.facebook.com/BigReviewTV https://instagram.com/bigreviewtv/ Showcase your business: https://bigreviewtv.com/contact-us https://bigreviewtv.com/membership [email protected] Use Big Review TV to create, view and share videos about your experiences.
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Gandhi’s Secret Message - The Incredible Journey
 
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The story of Mahatma Gandhi has encouraged and inspired people all over the world. He brought down an empire and influenced men like Martin Luther King and Nelson Mandela to fight for freedom through non-violent means. He protected the rights of the weak and defenceless. He was the champion of the oppressed and downtrodden. He was the catalyst, if not the initiator of three of the major revolutions of the 20th century, the movements against colonialism, racism, and violence. He also admired and loved Jesus Christ, and yet he chose not to become a Christian and a follower of Jesus. Watch the program to learn why. www.tij.tv