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Video tutorial for crowdsourcing video pattern recognition in Crowdcrafting
 
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This video shows how you can import from Dropbox video clips into Crowdcrafting, to crowdsource the analysis of the video with just a few clicks.
Using convolutional networks and satellite imagery to identify patterns in urban environments
 
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Using convolutional networks and satellite imagery to identify patterns in urban environments at a large scale Adrian Albert (MIT & SLAC) Marta Gonzalez (MIT) Urban planning applications (energy audits, investment, etc.) require an understanding of built infrastructure and its environment, i.e., both low-level, physical features (amount of vegetation, building area and geometry etc.), as well as higher-level concepts such as land use classes (which encode expert understanding of socio-economic end uses). This kind of data is expensive and labor-intensive to obtain, which limits its availability (particularly in developing countries). We analyze patterns in land use in urban neighborhoods using large-scale satellite imagery data (which is available worldwide from third-party providers) and state-of-the-art computer vision techniques based on deep convolutional neural networks. For supervision, given the limited availability of standard benchmarks for remote-sensing data, we obtain ground truth land use class labels carefully sampled from open-source surveys, in particular the Urban Atlas land classification dataset of $20$ land use classes across $~300$ European cities. We use this data to train and compare deep architectures which have recently shown good performance on standard computer vision tasks (image classification and segmentation), including on geospatial data. Furthermore, we show that the deep representations extracted from satellite imagery of urban environments can be used to compare neighborhoods across several cities. We make our dataset available for other machine learning researchers to use for remote-sensing applications. More on http://www.kdd.org/kdd2017/
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Volume Control - Assist Control (VC-AC)
 
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A brief explanation of VC-AC using ventilator waveforms
Views: 3874 Allan Gonzales
CppCon 2017: Alan Bucior “Building Better Worlds: Developing a Procedural City Tool for Alien...”
 
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Building Better Worlds: Developing a Procedural City Tool for Alien: Covenant http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2017 — When MPC was asked to create a massive CG city for the film Alien: Covenant, they looked to leverage procedural generation as a means for iterating on the overall shape and structure of the city, in place of a prohibitively large team of environment artists. After evaluating all the practical third party options, it was ultimately decided that the best option was to build a custom tool to procedurally assist artists' city-building skills. This allowed for rapid iteration on the overall look of the city by striking a balance between manual and procedural techniques. The core algorithms were written in C++ for speed. The user interface was written in Python to accommodate quick feature changes, and a dash of Fabric Engine's KL helped with model import and rendering. This multi-language approach allowed the consistent application of the "best tool for the job" rule, which is a common pattern at MPC, allowing flexible teams with experts in a variety of skillsets. This talk will detail the history and development of MPC's city building tool, "Machi". Alan Bucior, Lead Developer of Machi, reviews the algorithms for city layout and building placement, discusses how to implement algorithms in an artist-driven manner, and shares various insights gleaned through the development process and discussion with stakeholders. — Alan Bucior: Lead Software Developer, MPC Film Alan Bucior is a lead software developer at MPC, with over 20 years of experience developing software in the entertainment industry. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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Model Based Environmental Object Recognition (Open a Fridge)
 
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In this paper we present a framework for combining force and visual feedback in the task space to deal with humanoid interaction tasks like open doors in a real kitchen environment. We present stereo-vision methods for markerless recognition and estimation of environmetal elements for applying force control strategies for compliant execution using a 6D force-torque sensor mounted in the humanoids's wrist. The framework consists of components for model-based self-localization, visual planning, door recognition, grasping based on visual servoing, real time handle tracking and task execution considering force feedback during the physical interaction with the environment. Experimental results on the humanoid robot ARMAR-IIIa are presented. From the Paper: http://www.researchgate.net/publication/224099014_Combining_force_and_visual_feedback_for_physical_interaction_tasks_in_humanoid_robots See all Pdfs: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/David_Gonzalez-Aguirre/publications Notice: This paper won the best paper award in the IEEE conference on humanoids 2009 Paris.
Neuro Hacking Healing Awareness  | The Hologram Podcast™ Ep 16
 
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The Hologram Podcast™ is a youtube podcast where Dr. George Gonzalez DC shares Neuro Hacks and discusses the Quantum Neurology perspective, case studies, and the latest science news with guests from around the world. On this episode of The Hologram Podcast Dr. Gonzalez covers a key principle of Quantum Neurology® Nervous System Rehabilitation: Neurological Recognition. Neurological Recognition is the body’s way of creating a state of healing awareness. Dr. Gonzalez discusses how the body can achieve neurological recognition and the 3 ways in which the body can heal naturally: 1. Innate Healing (the power the body has to heal itself) 2. Self Care Healing 3. Professional Healing Download the Quantum Neurology's free Lympathic Ebook here: https://qnr.infusionsoft.com/app/page/free-lympathic-ebook Get Dr. Gonzalez's book 'Holographic Healing' here: https://www.amazon.com/Holographic-Healing-Nervous-System-Consciousness/dp/0985520701/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1482556840&sr=8-1&keywords=holographic+healing Find a Quantum Neurology trained doctor near you: http://quantumneurology.com/find-a-quantum-neurology%C2%AE-doctor/ Licensed doctors can learn Quantum Neurology at live events or online. Learn more at www.QuantumNeurology.com
Yelawolf - Johnny Cash (Official Music Video)
 
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Get Yelawolf's "Love Story" - http://smarturl.it/YelaLoveStory Sign up for updates: http://smarturl.it/Yelawolf.News Music video by Yelawolf performing Johnny Cash. (C) 2015 Interscope Records http://www.vevo.com/watch/USUV71400880 Best of Yelawolf: https://goo.gl/vy7NZQ Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/ynkVDL #Yelawolf #JohnnyCash #Vevo #HipHop #OfficialMusicVideo
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Ventilator Waveforms
 
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A simplified explanation of ventilator waveforms
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Jennifer Zallen (MSKCC / HHMI): Building multicellular structures: New roles for Toll receptors
 
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https://www.ibiology.org/ibiology/building-multicellular-structures-development-new-roles-toll-receptors.html How do cells know where to move during development? Zallen shows that Toll receptor expression directs cell movement during axis elongation in Drosophila embryos. Talk Overview: A major challenge in developmental biology is to understand how cells move and interact to form complex multicellular structures. Dr. Zallen’s laboratory uses multidisciplinary approaches to study how tissue architecture is dynamically established and remodeled during development. This talk describes the discovery of a system of spatial information that organizes cell movements in the developing fruit fly embryo to elongate the body axis from head to tail. Interestingly, the global positional code is provided by an ancient family of Toll-related receptors that are widely used for pathogen recognition in the innate immune system. This research elucidates general principles that link molecular signals to the physical forces and collective cell behaviors that establish tissue structure, and may help to reveal how errors in these processes contribute to birth defects and cancer in humans. Speaker Biography: Dr. Zallen is a Member and Professor at Sloan Kettering Institute and an Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. She received her A.B. in Biology from Harvard University and her Ph.D. with Dr. Cori Bargmann at the University of California, San Francisco. She did her postdoctoral research with Dr. Eric Wieschaus at Princeton University and joined the faculty at Sloan Kettering Institute in 2005. Dr. Zallen has been awarded a Damon Runyon Postdoctoral Fellowship, a Burroughs Wellcome Fund Career Award in the Biomedical Sciences, a March of Dimes Basil O’Connor Starter Scholar Research Award, and a Searle Scholars Award. She was a W.M. Keck Foundation Distinguished Young Scholar in Medical Research from 2007 to 2012 and an HHMI Early Career Scientist from 2009 to 2015. Learn more about Dr. Zallen’s research at these websites: https://www.mskcc.org/research-areas/labs/jennifer-zallen http://www.hhmi.org/scientists/jennifer-zallen
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Stanford Engineering team invents sensor that uses radio waves to detect pressure changes
 
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Device developed by Stanford engineers is used to monitor brain pressure in lab mice as prelude to possible use with human patients; future applications of this pressure-sensing technology could lead to touch-sensitive “skin” for prosthetic devices.
Guidelines to Creating Emotional Triggers: Joy & Trust (in Web Design) by Gabby Seropian ISE 290
 
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Guideline video assignment for ISE 290 How to create the emotional triggers JOY and TRUST implemented in your website. - created using PowToon - http://www.powtoon.com/
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Android Architecture Principles by Lukasz Czarnecki
 
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Presentation by Lukasz Czarnecki who speaks about Past & Present of Android app architecure and shares his view on Software Development Kit vs Model View Presenter. Where: SMT office at Kosciuszki 29, Wroclaw When: 22.09.16 Share your opinion about the video. Any comment will be valuable for us! You can find Łukasz Czarnecki on twitter: https://twitter.com/m4ch3t3666
Views: 145 iDroids Guild
Book Review Judit Polgar teaches Chess 1 - How I beat Fischers Record
 
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Check out my Chessable Repertoires: Black vs 1 d4 based on the Benko Gambit: https://goo.gl/V8cNHo White based on 1 c4 (English/Reti Opening): https://goo.gl/BR2FpN Support the Channel by donating: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=8SVSSDEUXZPPN Check Out: http://www.chessclub.com/refer/id/164288 Check all my playlists: http://www.youtube.com/user/Chessexplained/playlists Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ChessExplained Meet me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/christof.sielecki
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Polar & Non-Polar Molecules: Crash Course Chemistry #23
 
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*** PLEASE WATCH WITH ANNOTATIONS ON! SOME INACCURACIES IN GRAPHICS ARE NOTED AND CORRECTED IN ANNOTATIONS. THANKS! *** Molecules come in infinite varieties, so in order to help the complicated chemical world make a little more sense, we classify and categorize them. One of the most important of those classifications is whether a molecule is polar or non-polar, which describes a kind of symmetry - not just of the molecule, but of the charge. In this edition of Crash Course Chemistry, Hank comes out for Team Polar, and describes why these molecules are so interesting to him. You'll learn that molecules need to have both charge asymmetry and geometric asymmetry to be polar, and that charge asymmetry is caused by a difference in electronegativities. You'll also learn how to notate a dipole moment (or charge separation) of a molecule, the physical mechanism behind like dissolves like, and why water is so dang good at fostering life on Earth. -- Table of Contents Charge Assymetry & Geometric Asymmetry 01:33 Difference in Electronegatives 01:49 Hank is Team Polar 00:33 Dipole Moment 03:49 Charge Separation of a Molecule 04:12 Like Dissolves Like 04:41 Water is Awesome 05:10 -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support CrashCourse on Subbable: http://subbable.com/crashcourse
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Eccentricity edge graphs from HDR images for object recognition by humanoid robots
 
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ABSTRACT: A novel structural and statistical approach for model-based visual object recognition using geometric radiance saliencies is presented. The approach acquires accurate high dynamic range images to properly capture complex heterogeneously lighted scenes. Based on these images, the receptive radiance saliency is computed through a Gabor kernel set. This oriented saliency is used to extract and refine the radiance edge-graphs. Subsequently, the combination of two distributions, (i) the topological connectivity and (ii) the spatial arrangement of the subpixel nodes provides a propitious insight into the underlying geometrical composition of the radiance edges. The proposed characterization of the combined distribution profitably unveils and simultaneously segments the geometric edge primitives. Finally, uncovering the complementary geometric patterns and reinforcing the structural regularity is accomplished by the proposed extended perceptual organization. Experimental evaluation with the humanoid robot ARMAR-III is presented. From the Paper: http://www.researchgate.net/publication/224211528_Eccentricity_edge-graphs_from_HDR_images_for_object_recognition_by_humanoid_robots See full Pdf: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/David_Gonzalez-Aguirre/publications
What is Systematics and Cladistics?
 
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This video compares systematics and cladistics to a non-biological example. The idea is to help students understand the logic behind these concepts and why systematics is so important in biology. Table of Contents: 00:00 - Intro to this video 00:14 - Imagine you are a king 00:52 - Groups based on hair color 01:11 - First Quiz 02:42 - Second Quiz 03:05 - Revising the tree 04:16 - What is cladistics? 05:06 - Challenges in the field of systematics
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TouchTokens: Guiding Touch Patterns with Passive Tokens
 
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TouchTokens: Guiding Touch Patterns with Passive Tokens Rafael Morales González, Caroline Appert, Gilles Bailly, Emmanuel Pietriga CHI '16: ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Session: Everyday Objects as Interaction Surfaces Abstract TouchTokens make it possible to easily build interfaces that combine tangible and gestural input using passive tokens and a regular multi-touch surface. The tokens constrain users' grasp, and thus, the relative spatial configuration of fingers on the surface, theoretically making it possible to design algorithms that can recognize the resulting touch patterns. We performed a formative user study to collect and analyze touch patterns with tokens of varying shape and size. The analysis of this pattern collection showed that individual users have a consistent grasp for each token, but that this grasp is user-dependent and that different grasp strategies can lead to confounding patterns. We thus designed a second set of tokens featuring notches that constrain users' grasp. Our recognition algorithm can classify the resulting patterns with a high level of accuracy (greater than95%) without any training, enabling application designers to associate rich touch input vocabularies with command triggers and parameter controls. DOI:: http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2858036.2858041 WEB:: https://chi2016.acm.org/ Recorded at the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems in San Jose, CA, United States, May 7-12, 2016
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Z-Day London 2013 | Global Strategy | Link Up and Work Together to succeed!
 
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----------------------------------------- PRESENTATION: Together - How we can solve the world's problems by utilising our 'Collective Wisdom'. PURPOSE: To highlight how simple it really is, for humanitarian focused individuals, groups and organisations to address ALL of the world's problems through unity and working together. FOCUS: Humanitarian Individuals, Groups and Organisations ALREADY possess the capacity to put an end to wars, poverty, economic corruption, greed, environmental destruction, human rights abuse, etc...effectively...all of the world's major problems! How? By LINKING UP & WORKING TOGETHER! This action does not require political approval or cost anything at all. It is nothing more than a SIMPLE CHOICE! A decision. The individual organs of the human body all benefit because they 'work together for the common good of the whole body'. Humanity must do the same - starting with the humanitarian sector. Can any person genuinely claim that they care about the world, if at the same time, they are not prepared to 'work together' with their fellow man? You have the power to truly change the world today if you'll simply link up with your fellow man. Truly - an end to war, poverty, and every other global problem is entirely within your reach! So PLEASE - let's stop struggling to change the world alone - and start to truly work together as a people. To link up and show your support for a unified world, simply visit either of the following sites. www.onepeopleoneworld.net (currently under development) www.teamhumanity.com The Event: Z-Day 2013, London Location: London South Bank University Date: 16th March, 2013 Our thanks to everyone on the London Zeitgeist Team for the opportunity to share these ideas, with special thanks to James Phillips, Mark Liberman and Christian Mason for all their support. Z-Day is an annual, global event held in recognition of the necessity to transition away from the current unsustainable and volatile socio-economic system toward a more sustainable and rational Natural Law / Resource-Based Economic Model capable of assimilating emergent understandings. The Zeitgeist Movement advocates the implementation of a global system of resource management based upon physical referents and scientific principles rather than arbitrary monetary exchange. We do not aim to blindly persuade or coerce but rather to present evidence. The evidence gathered in the fields of biology, ecology, environment, economic, history, human behaviour, education, physical and mental health, and many, many others, when combined into a comprehensive thinking pattern, or 'train of thought', should allow the logic of this necessary transition to become self-apparent. www.TheZeitgeistMovement.com www.ZDayGlobal.org www.TheZeitgeistMovementuk.com This Invitational Talk was presented by Grant Dive. He has over 30 years experience with the 'Psychology of Humanity' and dedicates his life to helping humanity unite and work together as 'One People - for the common good of all'.
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WMUH 2018   Kathleen Rockland
 
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"What Makes Us Human: From Genes to Machines", June 2018, Jerusalem: Are there human-specific neuroanatomical features and where would we find them? Kathleen Rockland, Boston University, USA Data on human-specific neuroanatomical features are still distressingly sparse and nonsystematic. At the cellular level, so far there is little evidence of human-specific cell types, at least at the light microscopic level. Von Economo cells, once an attractive candidate, have been found in multiple species; and large cells, such as Betz and Meynert cells, are primate specializations, but not human specific (unless in quantitative population ratios or other characteristics). At a finer level, cell-type specializations may yet be found; for example, in ion channels and receptor distributions. Physiological experiments in fact indicate membrane specializations (G. Eyal et al., 2016; V. Szegedi et al., 2016), and biophysically relevant specializations in synaptic machinery are documented at the ultrastructural level. Morphometric analyses have identified multiple cell specific criteria such as, for cortical pyramidal cells, larger soma, a larger dendritic arbor, and more spines - properties construed as indicative of greater input convergence and “integrative” capacity (G. Elston, 2001, 2011; S. Bianchi et al., 2013). Similar analyses could in principle be applied more widely to other cell types, across cortical layers and areas, with the expectation that human-specific morphometric features (as are well established for astroglia) might be found. Precision morphometric investigations, still in early stages, already demonstrate new facets of synaptic specializations and neuropil organization. Dense reconstructions from 3-D electron microscopy reveal features of circuitry precision (e.g., P. Fernandez-Gonzalez et al., 2017; Schmidt et al., 2017), which both provide objective criteria for comparisons across cortical areas and species, and hint at new functional principles. Another rich vein for investigation is the axonal architecture and, in specific, the relationships of intrinsic and extrinsic collateral projections. The facts and principles of axonal divergence (as opposed to input convergence at dendrites) are technically difficult to access, requiring intracellular fills or injections of low titre virus. From available data, all from experimental animals, we know that 1) not all pyramidal neurons have extrinsic projections (is there a larger or smaller number of these in humans?), 2) pyramidal neurons have a variable number of intrinsic and extrinsic collaterals (in rat: Kita and Kita, 2012), and 3) extrinsic projections, as visualized at the light microscopic level, have a highly variable configuration even within one system (Rockland, 2002, 2015). The numbers and identify of postsynaptic targets, for intrinsic and extrinsic collaterals, are unknown for any neuron. We don't know if there is an ordered variability, per area, per species, although this seems reasonable to suppose. Intrinsic cortical collateralization is somewhat better investigated, since this is accessible to in vitro studies; and partial data indicate distinct laminar patterns and spatial distributions (for rodent layer 6: A. Thomson, 2010). A recent study in cat visual cortex, however, indicates that a single neuron can have a surprising mix of both myelinated and unmyelinated intrinsic collaterals (G. Koestinger et al., 2017). How these parameters vary in humans and their functional significance are presently unknown. What can we conclude about human specific neuroanatomical features? First, that the answers are still pending, but that we have a better idea of places to look and better tools for investigating. Second, that specialization may be a series of modifications where incrementally altered structures and interactions result in richer repertoires and combinatorics (“complexity”). A concluding thought? A dominating concept in the field has been “stereotyped,” but “diversified” may be a more appropriate framework of inquiry, especially for the complex human brain.
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Taikyoku Aikido 太曲合気道 with Ellis Amdur
 
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Taikyoku Aikido is based on Ellis Amdur's observation that all of aikido can be ‘mapped’ on one of five vectors, which conform rather closely to the ikkyo through gokyo aikido techniques. Because we are focusing on over-arching principles, we use the term Taikyoku (太曲 - “great themes”). Taikyoku is a subject of a larger study, being carried out by training brothers such as Budd Yuhasz, who has been focusing on these vectors as a media to explore both internal training and body-to-body grappling/striking, and Robert Van Valkenburgh, who, in addition to these same concerns has been applying taikyoku within a context of traditional hapkido. The video that follows is extracted from a several day seminar on taikyoku aikido. It is not an exhaustive exposition on this subject, and we are releasing it just to give interested people an opportunity to view what we believe is an intriguing perspective on aikido training. We had not planned on making a video, so we’ve done the best we can extracting salient points from the record of a stationary video camera. Technically, you will observe elements of the aikido techniques of Kuroiwa Yoshio, Nishio Shoji and Terry Dobson, Ellis Amdur's three main influences. This is not, however, intended as another aikido ‘style.’ Rather, we regard it as an open-source system, one that should prove useful to any practitioner. Our goal is to create a training methodology that will enable practitioners to become more powerful and adaptable, particularly in freestyle conditions, without having to abandon or alter the aikido form that they already practice. This can prove invaluable in learning kaeshiwaza (countering techniques) and atemijutsu (“hitting body,” – in other words, training your entire body to give your opponent forceful impact upon contact). Finally, although this is not a system of ‘internal training,’ a subject of considerable interest to some, those interested in this type of study can easily use these movement vectors to ‘contain’ one’s internal training so that it is applicable within an aikido context. For more information on Taikyoku Budo (太曲武道), contact: Ellis Amdur: http://edgeworkbooks.com/ or http://kogenbudo.org/ Budd Yuhasz: http://www.taikyokubudo.com/ Robert Van Valkenburgh: http://holisticbudo.com/ or http://kogendojo.com/ Jevin Orcutt: Contact Info Coming Soon
IT IS DONE!  technique can help you achieve your desires (audiobook)
 
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Please, donate and get 15 free e-books by R.D https://www.paypal.me/ljubavniromani/10 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- The first time Richard Dotts learnt about the significance of the word “Amen” frequently used in prayers… goosebumps welled up all over his body and everything clicked in place for him. Suddenly, everything he had learnt up to that point about manifestations made complete sense. What if the word we commonly use to end our prayers today is not merely added as an afterthought, but meant to be a powerful manifestation tool in the first place? What if it is actually the most important part in any prayer? What was going through the minds of those ancient spiritual masters when they said words similar to “amen”? Does that word really hold the final step to fulfilling our desires? In It Is Done!, bestselling author and spiritual explorer Richard Dotts explores the hidden significance behind these three simple words in the English language. Three words, when strung together and used in the right fashion, holds the keys to amazingly accurate and speedy manifestations. In his usual candid, illuminating style which has made him a seven time Amazon bestselling author, Dotts devotes the first half of this book to explain his 10-year struggle with the Law of Attraction, and how he struggled to leave behind his habit of incessant worrying and fearful thoughts. “I was constantly worried about things going wrong even when everything was going right. I was afraid that one day, I would run out of money and bad things would happen to me,” writes Dotts candidly in one of the chapters. Then Dotts quickly moves to show the reader how they can break free from the 4 major blocks that prevent manifestations from occurring in their own lives, and how these blocks are often so pervasive that we do not even realize they are there. Because these “unseen” blocks feel so familiar to us, we often do not recognize that they are standing between us and our greater good. Get rid of these major blocks, and the manifestations come quickly and effortlessly for you regardless of what manifestation techniques you use. Learn as Dotts recounts the story of Mark, an old friend whom he has shared these techniques with and whom, within a short span of time managed to achieve incredible financial success in his life. Also learn about the story of other individuals, whose unwillingness to trust in the process led to continued failure and disappointments for them. Dott astutely points out that the difference between these two groups of individuals lies not in manifestation abilities, but in their abilities to work past and get around these 4 major manifestation blocks. Finally in the second half of this book, Dotts leads readers through the “It is Done!” process in greater detail. Learn how to apply the technique to greatly compound the effectiveness of any manifestation technique you are currently using, be it more conventional techniques such as affirmations, visualizations or even more new-age techniques such as Matrix Energetics, EFT or Quantum Healing. There is no need to change whatever you are currently doing to reap benefits from “It is Done!” Whatever you are currently doing, the “It is Done!” technique can help you achieve your desires and dissolve any blocks that stand in the way even faster. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ஜ۩۞۩ஜ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ▓▓ ░░ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE & LIKE ░░ ▓▓ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ஜ۩۞۩ஜ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
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Chapter 9 - 2 of 2 Electrons in atoms and the Periodic Table
 
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At the end of this module you will be able to: a) Understand and explain the key characteristics of the Bohr model of the atom b) Understand and explain the key characteristics of the quantum-mechanical model of the atom. c) Write electron configurations and orbital diagrams for atoms. d) Identify valence electrons and core electrons. e) Write electron configurations for an element based on its position in the periodic table. f) Recognize that the chemical properties of elements are largely determined by the number of valence electrons they contain and g) Identify and understand periodic trends such as atomic size, ionization energy, and metallic character.
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Evolution of Instructional Materials
 
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Directed and Edited by: Zsarina Oliva Produced by: Zsarina Oliva Voice-over by: Zsarina Oliva Cameramen: Edson Castillo Chantal Pancho Sheila Pusing Kaye Prestoza Joseph Addenbrooke Research Team and Scriptwriters: Jacqelou Tuyor Hannah Portrias Sheila Pusing Joseph Addenbrooke Analyn Vacunawa Zsarina Oliva Interviewers: Hannah Portrias Kaye Prestoza Analyn Vacunawa Sheila Pusing Chantal Pancho Special thanks to: Random Interviewees Ms. Annie Jane Racca Ms. Karen Oliva Hezekiel Grace Oliva Ms. Eunice Rivera -Grade 10 English Teacher -6 years of teaching, 2009-present -Attended Microsoft Education Ambassadors Training Mrs. Annie Gedo Cruz -Grade 10 English Teacher -Graduated from Philippine Normal University -Attended Seminars like Project TEACH Mr. Rein Gonzales -has an experience in teaching in Cambodia -teaching in ACS Pasig City Credits to all the informations, pictures and background music from youtube, pdf's and google Rizal Technological University Pasig Campus English Department PCED-02-501a 3rd year English Majors TeamWarriorsProductions English 109 Preparation to Instructional Materials Prof. Lynn Besa 08-30-17
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Artificial Intelligence Machine Learning Big Data | Neil Jacobstein | Exponential Finance
 
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How machine learning and data analytics are revolutionizing credit, risk, and fraud, and changing the overall financial services landscape.
The Human Microbiome: Emerging Themes at the Horizon of the 21st Century (Day 2)
 
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The Human Microbiome: Emerging Themes at the Horizon of the 21st Century (Day 2) Air date: Thursday, August 17, 2017, 8:15:00 AM Category: Conferences Runtime: 07:32:24 Description: The 2017 NIH-wide microbiome workshop will strive to cover advances that reveal the specific ways in which the microbiota influences the physiology of the host, both in a healthy and in a diseased state and how the microbiota may be manipulated, either at the community, population, organismal or molecular level, to maintain and/or improve the health of the host. The goal will be to seek input from a trans-disciplinary group of scientists to identify 1) knowledge gaps, 2) technical hurdles, 3) new approaches and 4) research opportunities that will inform the development of novel prevention and treatment strategies based on host/microbiome interactions over the next ten years. Author: NIH Permanent link: https://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?23423
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Reconociendo Patrones Tácticos 😏 con GM Rafael Leitão  (Webinar Repetición)
 
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Descubre cómo los maestros encuentran hermosas combinaciones con la ayuda de los patrones tácticos y úsalos para detectarlas en tus propias partidas. ♕ 10 SECRETOS DE UN GM: https://www.ichess.es/10gmsecretos ♕ MÁS: http://www.facebook.com/iChessNET/ | http://twitter.com/profesorajedrez/
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The Opening Session of the Obama Foundation Summit: Our Common Hope for Our Communities
 
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Though we may come from different backgrounds and hold different beliefs, we are united in our desire to build a better future for our communities. In this session, hear from practitioners bound together by a shared conviction that our best days are ahead of us, as long as we put in the work.
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2015 AAA Invited Session: AMERICAN INDIAN METAPHYSICS
 
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Amidst the bluster of his critique of the discipline, Vine Deloria Jr. systematically developed a philosophical analysis that married reverse anthropology with ontography with critical ecology, well before these approaches had entered mainstream anthropological conversations. His texts—notably "God is Red" and "Metaphysics of Modern Existence"—frequently operated on two levels. First, Deloria sought to outline the ontological commitments to place within Native American traditions. In doing so, he leveled the analytical field: Chief Luther Standing Bear was accorded a symmetrical intellectual position to Alfred North Whitehead, for instance, and European communities were evaluated for the degree to which they had evolved toward Native America (rather than the other way around). Second, Deloria sought to outline the parallel commitments to history within European and Euro-American traditions in a way that made this preoccupation seem foreign and strange. Standing in the position of a native looking back, he targeted the alterity of those who claim to have transcended their indigeneity—who claimed a temporal position rather than a spatial position—as part of an overtly critical project designed to provincialize “the West.” This session has been convened to engage Deloria both as a formative voice in the struggle for what Viveiros de Castro refers to as ontological self-determination, and as a critic of the metaphysical moorings of a Western tradition that includes the anthropological project. Insofar as Deloria's intervention hinges on the relative priorities of history and place, the panel situates this engagement within existing archaeological debates (archaeology being deeply implicated in the perpetuation of a Western chronological imaginary that transforms sites into eras and places into histories). But the goal is to reposition Deloria's philosophy within anthropology more broadly. As the most influential Native American intellectual of the twentieth century, who lived much of his life in the Denver area, Deloria's work continues to dislodge and defamiliarize anthropological thought in transformational ways.
STATE / CHANGE: The 2018 MFA Interaction Design Thesis Festival
 
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The description is: STATE / CHANGE, the 2018 MFA Interaction Design Thesis Festival at SVA, is a celebration of work from interaction design graduates who declare their thesis explorations in a public forum. On stage are talks from graduate students in interaction design—a group of designers, engineers, storytellers, musicians, entrepreneurs, and inventors—who present work that connects ideas to the human experience.
Views: 1585 School of Visual Arts
DIY Coin Sorting Machine from Cardboard
 
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DIY Coin Sorting Machine from Cardboard For this project you need cardboard, cutting knife and glue. The most important part - to measure needed coins and cut right holes :) If you like this video don't forget to subscribe :) Music: "Circus Waltz - Silent Film Light" Kevin MacLeod. Creative Commons Attribution (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100291. http://incompetech.com/
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Distinguishing between similar objects based on geometrical features in 3D perception
 
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In this study, we propose a meta-classifier to identify and distinguish between objects with confusable geometry, similar in appearance, colors and dimensions. The suggested classifier is able to differentiate successfully between 3D point clouds with a high degree of similarity extracting parameters such as 3D features from the surface of the cluster, absolute geometrical boundaries and also color distributions. Objects are until now detected based on its Viewpoint Feature Histograms (VFH) with the downside of being scale independent, making difficult the segmentation of items with simile geometry. Furthermore, this paper discusses several distance metrics to choose which one fits most with VFH descriptors. We present several experiments that validate the model and corroborate the meta-classifier here proposed. Authors: J. García Bueno, A. Martin Clemente, M. González-Fierro, L. Moreno and C. Balaguer
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LOVE STRIP - Episodio # 4: LAS NOCHES Y LOS DÍAS DE PEPE GONZÁLEZ (HD)
 
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- Spanish and Catalan original version with English subtitles. - Se recomienda activar los subtítulos en castellano para las secuencias habladas en catalán. - Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED THIS IS A NON PROFIT VIDEO MADE FOR INVESTIGATION AND EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ALL RIGHTS TO ANY MATERIAL USED REMAIN THE PROPERTY OF THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS Una co-producción de Ivantesa y La Casa Fantasma. Edición: Alejandro Mediavilla, Niña Martirio y Adrian Awes. Realización: Tony Macousqui
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Introduction to Spark SQL, Spark MLlib and GraphX | Session 28 | Big Data Hadoop Spark | CloudxLab
 
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( Big Data with Hadoop & Spark Training: http://bit.ly/2ISG9lx ) This CloudxLab Introduction to Spark SQL, Spark MLlib and GraphX tutorial helps you to understand Spark SQL, MLlib and GraphX in detail. Below are the topics covered in this tutorial: 1) Creating DataFrames From Hive Table 2) Setting up Distributed SQL Engine 3) Introduction to Machine Learning 4) Applications of Machine Learning 5) Machine Learning - Types & Tools 6) Introduction to Spark MLlib 7) Movie Lens Recommendation - Collaborative Filtering in Spark MLlib 8) Introduction to GraphX 9) What is Graph? 10) Examples of Graph Computation 11) Pagerank using GraphX Subscribe to our channel to get video updates. Hit the subscribe button above. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cloudxlab Twitter: https://twitter.com/cloudxlab LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cloudxlab Check our complete Hadoop & Spark playlist here: http://bit.ly/2IE6HGq - - - - - - - - - - - - - - How does it work? 1. This is a 60+ hour online instructor-led course 2. With the course, you get access to real-time distributed production cluster so that you can learn by doing hands-on 3. Cluster comes with all the tools preinstalled so that you can focus on learning than wasting time in setting up the cluster 4. Each topic consists of videos, assessments, questions and case studies to make sure you master the topic 5. The course is compatible with CCA175, HDP Certified Developer, HDP Certified Developer: Spark certifications 6. We have a 24×7 support and forum access to answer all your queries throughout your learning journey 7. At the end of the training, you will work on real-life projects on which we will provide you a grade and a verifiable certificate! 8. Optionally, Subscribe to 1:1 mentoring sessions and get guidance from industry leaders and professional - - - - - - - - - - - - - - About the Course CloudxLab's Big Data with Hadoop & Spark online training is designed to help you become a top Big Data developer. You will learn Hadoop and Spark to drive better business decisions and solve real-world problems. During this course, our expert will help you in 1. Introduction to Big Data 2. ZooKeeper 3. HDFS 4. YARN 5. MapReduce Basics 6. Write your own MapReduce programs 7. Analyzing and processing data with Pig and Hive 8. Schedule jobs using Oozie 9. NoSQL and HBase 10. Importing data with Sqoop and Flume 11. Implement best practices for Hadoop development 12. Introduction to Apache Spark 13. Introduction to Scala 14. Spark RDD and RDD operations 15. Writing and deploying Spark applications 16. Common patterns in Spark data processing 17. Data Formats - JSON, XML, AVRO, SequenceFile, Parquet, Protocol Buffers, RCFile 18. DataFrames and SparkSQL 19. Machine Learning with Spark using Spark MLlib 20. Introduction to GraphX 21. Work on real-life projects - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Who should go for this course? This course is for anyone who wants to become expert in Big Data with Hadoop and Spark and progress in the career. Ideally, this course will help professionals in the following groups 1. Analytics professionals 2. BI /ETL/DW professionals 3. Project managers 4. Testing professionals 5. Mainframe professionals 6. Software developers and architects 7. Recent graduates passionate about building a successful career in Big Data - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Why Learn Hadoop and Spark? As humans, we are immersed in data in our every-day lives. As per IBM, the data doubles every two years on this planet. The value that data holds can only be understood when we can start to identify patterns and trends in the data. Normal computing principles do not work when data becomes huge. There is massive growth in the big data space, and job opportunities are skyrocketing, making this the perfect time to launch your career in this space. In this specialization, you will learn Hadoop and Spark to drive better business decisions and solve real-world problems Please write back to us at [email protected] or call us at +1 (412) 568-3901 (US) or 080 - 4920 2224 (IN) for more information. Customer Review: Jose Manuel Ramirez Leon, Data Engineer, PwC - I signed up for CloudxLab's Big Data with Hadoop and Spark course. I went through all of the material, which includes very well narrated videos and very clear slides. I finally had to tackle a project in spark were I had to work hard to complete it and finally got my certificate. As I already said, they were very attentive and knowledgeable in their support throughout the whole course. I am going to use the site to prepare for the CCA175 exam now. I thoroughly recommend CloudxLab for anyone who needs to learn Spark, Hadoop, and the whole Big Data ecosystem
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Evaluation of Portland-Limestone Performance Cements
 
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Brooke W. Smartz, Technical Service Engineer, Holcim (US) Inc., Parker, CO; and Todd Laker, Holcim (US) Inc. The construction products of tomorrow will require not only durability but also sustainability. Buildings and infrastructure will be measured by cost, quality, and environmental impact. Portland-limestone cements are products that can help the concrete industry achieve its goal of concrete being the product of choice. This session will cover the past, present, and future of limestone cements.
The 2017 Goldsmith Awards Ceremony with Jorge Ramos
 
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Keynote Address Jorge Ramos Journalist and Author Television Anchor for Univision and Fusion
Day two of Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing
 
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The Washington Post brings you live coverage and analysis of day two of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing. Read more: https://wapo.st/2Q75ubx. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2qiJ4dy Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/washingtonpost Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/washingtonpost/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/washingtonpost/
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LIVE: Confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh (Day 2)
 
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Confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett #Kavanaugh (Day 2, PArt 1) - LIVE at 9:30am ET on C-SPAN3, C-SPAN Radio & online here: https://cs.pn/2NRS3KW
Views: 119319 C-SPAN
Kendrick Lamar - Ignorance Is Bliss
 
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Kendrick Lamar O.D 9/15/10 Written by Kendrick Lamar Dir by dee.jay.dave & O.G Michael Mihail
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Baseball Hitting | How to Hit the Outside Pitch
 
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Complete Swing Hacking Video Guide ► https://www.hitterish.com/video-guide ◄ Hitterish.com provides training centered around the movements of the best hitters in the world. Traditional coaching will not produce world class baseball swing mechanics. Attention to detail is necessary for recognizing and duplicating the movements of the best hitters. Incorporating these movements into your swing is the key to maximizing your ability as a hitter. Every hitter has their own individual style. But there are certain characteristics that EVERY great hitter has in common. There are several core principles to teaching a world class baseball swing. Understanding the difference in movement patterns can explain why and how a hitter will struggle to hit at the next level. By looking at the best hitters in the world, we can see the correlations in their swing movements. The more great hitters you watch, the more clearly you are able to these correlations in swing movements. Check out the rest of the videos on this channel at https://www.youtube.com/hitterish?sub_confirmation=1
Views: 4828 Hitterish.com
LIVE: Professor Christine Blasey Ford & Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh testify (Day 1)
 
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The Senate Judiciary Committee hears testimony from Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Professor Christine Blasey Ford about her allegations that Judge Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her while the two were teenagers.
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LIVE: Confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh (Day 3)
 
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Confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett #Kavanaugh (Day 3) - LIVE at 9:30am ET on C-SPAN3, C-SPAN Radio & online here: https://cs.pn/2NXalKI
Views: 256698 C-SPAN
Lecture 1 Introduction to Digital Image Processing
 
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Lecture Series on Digital Image Processing by Prof. P.K. Biswas , Department of Electronics & Electrical Communication Engineering, I.I.T, Kharagpur . For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in.
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Lola Sheppard and Mason White, "Undisciplined"
 
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Every act of architecture is simultaneously a declaration and realignment of its disciplinarity. Architecture’s recent history seems best characterized by a dizzying swing from the project of autonomy to various forms of transgression. A centrifugal pull toward the discipline’s exterior, in the last decade, may have shifted the balance in favor of transgression and realigned the discipline’s center; but this extrinsic architecture remains ill defined. This talk by Lola Sheppard and Mason White will present methodology, or what they call “detective work,” and recent projects that attempt to locate and assert the undisciplined as a spatial practice. Sheppard is an associate professor at University of Waterloo. White is an associate professor at University of Toronto. Together, they are Lateral Office. The work of Lateral Office has been exhibited in numerous venues across the United States and Canada, as well as Germany, Iceland, England, and the Faroe Islands, with clients and collaborators including the City of Memphis, City of Reykjavik, City of Toronto, Metis Garden, Harbourfront Centre, Culture and Heritage Nunavut, and Holcim Foundation among others. Lateral Office are co-authors of "Pamphlet Architecture: Coupling / Strategies for Infrastructural Opportunism" published by Princeton Architectural Press; and authors of the forthcoming book "Many Norths" published by Actar. Lateral Office have been recognized with several awards and merits including: the 2012 Arctic Inspiration Prize; the 2011 Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction Gold Award; and the 2011 Emerging Voices award from the Architectural League of New York. The firm was selected to represent Canada with a project called "Arctic Adaptations" at the 2014 Venice Biennale in Architecture, where they received Special Mention - a first for Canada at the Architecture Biennale.
Views: 1525 Harvard GSD
Black Mold, EMF & EMR indoor contamination & pollution.
 
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Black Mold, EMF & EMR indoor contamination & pollution. GMO Zombie Apocalypse! http://youtu.be/oLXkqM87XGw Subscribe 2 holistic health http://youtube.com/certifiedhealthnut Troy Casey explains his experience and research on black mold, mold contamination, fungus, EMF & EMR Electromagnetic Radiation etc. WORK WITH TROY, become a Wellness Entrepreneur: http://wetrivita.com/14335246 WATCH THIS VID FOR MORE IN DEPTH INFO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_wxM6IAF1I Support my work: Order Amazon Herbs from TriVita here: http://tiny.cc/6027rw Troy's Facebook http://fb.com/chn333 Troy's business channel http://www.youtube.com/mrtroycasey Troy's Twitter http://twitter.com/MrHealthNut
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HLS in the World | Women Refugees and Why Law Matters
 
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For more than 30 years, the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic (HIRC) has influenced the development of U.S. and international refugee law and assisted people from around the world fleeing serious human rights abuses. HIRC is also involved in appellate and policy advocacy at the local, national, and international levels. During the bicentennial summit, HIRC Director and Clinical Professor Deborah Anker LL.M. ‘84 and HIRC Assistant Director and Assistant Clinical Professor Sabrineh Ardalan ‘02 hosted a panel titled “Women Refugees and Why Law Matters,” which brought together former HIRC clients, as well as immigration policy makers, HIRC students, alumni, and clinical faculty and instructors to discuss the evolution of gender asylum law. Their talk was part of the HLS in the World bicentennial summit which took place at Harvard Law School on Friday, October 27, 2017. Read more: http://200.hls.harvard.edu.
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2015 AAA Invited Session: INDIGENOUS ANTHROPOLOGY
 
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EMERGENT PRAXIS AGAINST ANTHROPOLOGICAL DELIRIUMS There is something strangely familiar in the current tension between Indigenous praxis and its critics. In the second decade of the 21st century Indigeneity is simultaneously celebrated as “engaged practices of self-determination against daily traumas of colonial domination” (Perley 2014:53) and denigrated as relying “on obsolete anthropological notions and on a romantic and false ethnographic vision” (Kuper 2005:218). The celebratory interpretation offers a reconfiguration of Manuel's vision for an Indigenous Fourth World thriving alongside European colonial societies while the denigratory interpretation highlights the lasting effect of colonial deliriums as Western domination and dispossession of Indigenous Peoples. It has been over forty years since George Manuel envisioned an Indigenous Fourth World (1974) and Vine Deloria Jr. critiqued anthropology (1969[1988]). Manuel's two optimistic visions that colonial/settler societies were 1.) finally turning toward a more indigenous view of their colonial settlements and that 2.) they “may be beginning to work their way out of a value system based on conquest and competition” (266) have not come to pass. Today's imperial deliriums have reached a global scale and subjugate all peoples to the oppressive burdens of global imperialism. Meanwhile, Vine Deloria Jr.'s admonition that anthropologists “get down from their thrones of authority and PURE research and begin helping Indian tribes instead of preying on them,” (1969:100) has had a significant impact on anthropologists and their work in Indian communities. Unfortunately, the prospects for the emergence of Indigenous anthropology are undermined by residual colonial deliriums of anthropology. One of colonial anthropology's original deliriums was the “invention” of primitive peoples (Kuper 1988). That delirium has returned as a neo-imperial critique of Indigeneity as the “reinvention of primitive peoples” (Kuper 2005). The irony of Kuper's neo-imperial critique is his failure to imagine the inversion of the familiar from the strange; the constructed from the authentic; the imaginary from the real when viewed from the Indigenous experience. The participants on this round table engage the implications of colonial deliriums in anthropology and the emergence of Indigenous anthropology. Are Indigenous anthropologists doomed to articulate their understanding of Indigenous worlds within the constraints of “Western culture theory” as Kuper suggests? Or, are there Indigenous idioms that neo-imperialists can understand and accept? Do Western imaginaries of epistemology and ontology have salience and utility for Indigenous praxis? Or, do such imaginaries have corollary concepts that can heal colonial deliriums of conquest and competition? Can this round table discussion provide the critical catalyst for the emergence of an Indigenous anthropology that signals the end of imperial anthropology?
Archaeology and Futurity Conference Session 2: Collapsed Pasts, Present Urgencies, & Horizons
 
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Friday, April 15, 2016 Session 2: Collapsed Pasts, Present Urgencies, & Horizons Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World In a particularly troubling academic climate that is witnessing departmental amalgamation and a relative dearth in full-time faculty hires, how does the discipline of archaeology envision its future? What is its role beyond the walls of the academy? Should archaeology be useful and, if so, for what purposes? This conference addresses archaeology’s potential role in contributing to pressing world problems including climate change, economic inequality, human rights, neocolonialism, and militarism. This conference also seeks to address how futurity plays a role in how archaeologists confront the past in the present. Through a departure from linear time, this conference will explore alternative notions of time, material vestiges of the past in the present, and embodied experiences that transcend temporalities. If we accept that archaeology is a discipline about the present, how are we to think about time and futurity? Session Participants: Krysta Ryzewski (Wayne State University) "Detroit 139: Archaeology and the Future-Making of a Post-Industrial City" *this talk is not publicly available. François Richard (University of Chicago) "African Futures Past: Material Horizons of Peasant Expectations in Senegal" Shannon Novak (Syracuse University) "Unpacking the Pews at Spring Street: Corporeal Congregations and Asynchronous Lives" Andy Roddick (McMaster University) "Changing Practice and Sedimenting Futures: Reflections from Lake Titicaca, Bolivia" **Some images used by presenters are copyrighted materials NOT owned by individual presenters. In these cases, images are depicted under the terms of fair use.
Views: 439 Brown University

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