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a new recipe
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Making your own bread is very rewarding, and I was inspired to bake a new recipe, seeing Eyewanders Foto‘s beautiful creation of buttermilk bread. Thank you for pointing me to the recipe at Restless Chipotle:

The recipe makes two loaves. I used my two bread machines to knead the dough, omitted the ginger and used all-purpose flour. Now I just need to wait for it to cool down a bit, before slicing and having a taste test!

testing my action camera
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Mobile Hearing Testing – An Induced Reason for Hearing Loss

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People who strain to hear in noisy places, at times shuns to hearing appliances as certain signs of ageing. Loss in hearing can be caused for various reasons. One of the major reasons could be the exposure to recreational and occupational noise that results in the devastating disability. This is an aspect that can be actually cured and preventable. The process of noise induced hearing loss is the effect that is second to the impact of Presbycusis, a process of losing the hearing capability with the gradual effect of ageing.
Shear forces that is caused by any kind sound is said to have an impact on the stereocilia, which is basically the hair cells of the basilar membrane of the cochlea. When extreme, these factors occurs, it is even responsible for causing cell death. Keeping away from further noise exposure inherently stops the additional progression of the damage.
The process of noise-induced hearing loss can however be prohibited by the process of shun. Avoiding undue noise and using mobile hearing testing, at the employees working hut will lead to a better management of the hearing issues. Patients who have been continuously open to the elements of excessive noise supposed to be screened. When the aspect hearing loss is assumed, a systematic history, audiometry along with physical examination should be executed. If any of these examinations reveal indication of hearing loss, recommendation for full Audiologic assessment is suggested.
Research has leaded us to the conclusion that noise is possibly the frequent environmental and occupational peril. As many as 30 million of the total population is exposed to potentially detrimental sound levels in their workplaces. Outside work, many people may tail for recreational activities that can fabricate harmful noise. Hence there is actually many forms of noise that leads to the development of hearing problems.
To define the proper definition o noise it can be said that it is an aspect that is described in terms of two major phase, namely:
1. Intensity, which is again perceived as loudness
2. Frequency which is again perceived as pitch
Both the intensity and the period of noise revelation establish the impending for damage to the hair cells of the inner layer of the ear.
An account of the preventive method:
Even though no specific studies have estimated on the effectiveness of educating patients about noise-induced hearing loss, certain occupational health services can easily screen for extreme noise exposure during the health maintenance visits of the employees. It is considered that both adolescents and their parents should be recommended about the hazards of getting exposure to amplified noise pollution. If an affirmative answer is received from the other side then the organization must opt for such measures that would reduce the effect of excess sound and noise to the employee.
Hence certain facets must always be maintained, they are:
* Hearing testing for all your workers within the period of 6 months from hiring
* Hearing testing within every two years after
* Hearing tests for any worker with abnormal hearing

Mark Daniel is an associated employee with Healthy worker for many years. He has been writing about the mobile hearing testing at the occupational areas and believes that best measures in the genre of occupational health services is provided by us.

What Supernatural Creature Are You?

Take this test to find out which supernature creature you really are. The unfathomable realms of darkness are not only rule by just vampire and werewolf but a variety of creatures, the mere mention of which can make your blood run cold. Find out which of these creatures you are most like.


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DWI Arrests, Field Sobriety Tests, And Gathering DWI Evidence

Evidence collection is the essential function of field sobriety tests.

Beginning in the mid-1970’s, the National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration, otherwise known as NHTSA, began the process of developing roadside tests to help police determine if a driver was intoxicated. Until NHTSA developed these tests, individual police officers used whatever test was taught to them by their training officer. This means the test were not standardized in any way. NHTSA produced studies claiming that the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test, the Walk and Turn, and the One Leg Stand, were the most trustworthy roadside tests in the NHTSA studies. Law enforcement agencies began using these tests as standardized field sobriety tests (FST’s). Moreover, NHTSA set the criteria for failing these tests; with regard to the One Leg Stand and the Walk and Turn, a person need only make two mistakes and they are judge to have failed. Accordingly, there are many sober people who may not pass these tests. I live and work in the St. Louis, Missouri area, so I spoke to a St. Louis DWI lawyer who is experienced in St. Louis DWI defense in an attempt to determine if I should submit to these tests. He believed the tests were designed by NHTSA for failure, and said that in many cases, it is better to refuse these tests.

People facing DWI charges must have an attorney with the knowledge to challenge the tests in court.

Many people believe that they must obey any request made of them by a police officer. As this relates to field sobriety tests, this idea is false. In most states, citizens have a right to refuse these tests. If you are charged with a DWI, and have taken these tests, then you should know that an attorney who is a NHTSA trained field sobriety test administrator and a NHTSA trained field sobriety test instructor can offer a vigorous defense for you. In talking with a St. Louis DWI lawyer who is trained as an administrator and an instructor, I learned there are less than 10 of these attorneys in all of Missouri. When you look for an attorney in your state, look for one that is NHTSA trained to administer and instruct these tests.

Hopefully, this article was an aid for you to achieve a better comprehension of field sobriety tests, their role in a DWI prosecution, and their role for the defense to a DWI charge.

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RB-905 Radar Detector and Laser Jammer Tester – Enables You to Test Your Radar Detector or Laser Jammer With This Police Lidar Gun Simulator

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Had another trip to Wallington for their food fair today and also a wander about in the woods…
We also bought some early xmas presents which are really cool too… I *might* put some photos up of them ‘cos I’m pretty sure the people they’re for don’t look at my stream…

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Hardy Star Survives Supernova Blast (NASA, Chandra, 03/20/14)
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When a massive star runs out fuel, it collapses and explodes as a supernova. Although these explosions are extremely powerful, it is possible for a companion star to endure the blast. A team of astronomers using NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and other telescopes has found evidence for one of these survivors.

This hardy star is in a stellar explosion’s debris field – also called its supernova remnant – located in an HII region called DEM L241. An HII (pronounced "H-two") region is created when the radiation from hot, young stars strips away the electrons from neutral hydrogen atoms (HI) to form clouds of ionized hydrogen (HII). This HII region is located in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a small companion galaxy to the Milky Way.

A new composite image of DEM L241 contains Chandra data (purple) that outlines the supernova remnant. The remnant remains hot and therefore X-ray bright for thousands of years after the original explosion occurred. Also included in this image are optical data from the Magellanic Cloud Emission Line Survey (MCELS) taken from ground-based telescopes in Chile (yellow and cyan), which trace the HII emission produced by DEM L241. Additional optical data from the Digitized Sky Survey (white) are also included, showing stars in the field.

R. Davies, K. Elliott, and J. Meaburn, whose last initials were combined to give the object the first half of its name, first mapped DEM L241 in 1976. The recent data from Chandra revealed the presence of a point-like X-ray source at the same location as a young massive star within DEM L241’s supernova remnant.

Astronomers can look at the details of the Chandra data to glean important clues about the nature of X-ray sources. For example, how bright the X-rays are, how they change over time, and how they are distributed across the range of energy that Chandra observes.

In this case, the data suggest that the point-like source is one component of a binary star system. In such a celestial pair, either a neutron star or black hole (formed when the star went supernova) is in orbit with a star much larger than our Sun. As they orbit one another, the dense neutron star or black hole pulls material away its companion star through the wind of particles that flows away from its surface. If this result is confirmed, DEM L241 would be only the third binary containing both a massive star and a neutron star or black hole ever found in the aftermath of a supernova.

Chandra’s X-ray data also show that the inside of the supernova remnant is enriched in oxygen, neon and magnesium. This enrichment and the presence of the massive star imply that the star that exploded had a mass greater than 25 times, to perhaps up to 40 times, that of the Sun.

Optical observations with the South African Astronomical Observatory’s 1.9-meter telescope show the velocity of the massive star is changing and that it orbits around the neutron star or black hole with a period of tens of days. A detailed measurement of the velocity variation of the massive companion star should provide a definitive test of whether or not the binary contains a black hole.

Indirect evidence already exists that other supernova remnants were formed by the collapse of a star to form a black hole. However, if the collapsed star in DEM L241 turns out to be a black hole, it would provide the strongest evidence yet for such a catastrophic event.

What does the future hold for this system? If the latest thinking is correct, the surviving massive star will be destroyed in a supernova explosion some millions of years from now. When it does, it may form a binary system containing two neutron stars or a neutron star and a black hole, or even a system with two black holes.

A paper describing these results is available online and was published in the November 10, 2012 issue of The Astrophysical Journal. The authors are Fred Seward of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, MA; P. Charles from University of Southampton, UK; D. Foster from the South African Astronomical Observatory in Cape Town, South Africa; J. Dickel and P. Romero from University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM; Z. Edwards, M. Perry and R. Williams from Columbus State University in Columbus, GA.

NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., manages the Chandra program for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington. The Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory in Cambridge, Mass., controls Chandra’s science and flight operations.

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Image credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/SAO/F.Seward et al; Optical: NOAO/CTIO/MCELS, DSS

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I’ve got my eye on you!
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Testing a home made macro kit on a one dollar bill.

I put together a reverse lens macro kit which consisted of:

Canon 28-90 Zoom Lens (From a film Rebel G EOS)
Canon Body Cap
55mm UV Filter

I cut out the center of the body cap, glued the 55mm Filter onto it, then screwed on the lens.

I’d actually just finished gluing the filter to the bodycap. As soon as it was dry, I looked for the first thing at hand to test it out and pulled a dollar bill out of my pocket.

The bill was not flat it was kinda wavy which is why the eye is in focus but the nose is blurred. At full size, you can see the fibers in the bill.

There is no aperture control, only shutter spped and the DOF is minuscule but the macros are extreme!! More pics to follow.

Thanks to my friend Matt for all the help.

Streaking Through Pegasus
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While out testing my new Nikon D5100 at night I got lucky! There was no meteor shower on, so this was just a random meteor doing it’s thing, right through my field of view!

BTW, the very bright ‘star’ next to the tree is the planet Venus, and you can just make out the Andromeda galaxy as an oval-shaped smudge in the top right corner of the shot.

6 Things You Should Unlearn From Your Driving Test

The traditional driving test is an archaic system that’s desperately in need of an update. So with that in mind, here are six driving test techniques that you should forget as soon as you get your license!
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