Test Run

A few nice test yours images I found:

Test Run
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Image by darkday.
On your marks, get ready, GO…! Miss D prepares for the drain Olympics by doing some test runs through the pipes

Test Your Nevada Clout
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Image by TravelNevada
Are you a Nevada expert? Put your Silver State savviness to the test in TravelNevada’s “Test Your Nevada Clout” online promotion, and you could get a Garmin Geko 201 and other goodies in a Nevada swag bag.
By June 30, visit this link: travelnevada.com/discover/adventures/test-your-nevada-clo…

You’ll get details on the contest as well as 24 Nevada photographs to identify. Email your answers — and best guesses! — to the TravelNevada content manager at TravelNevadaQuest@gmail.com.

Among the participants, the three entries to hold the largest number of correct guesses wins. Should there be a tie, winner(s) will be drawn at random to receive TravelNevada swag bags with a Garmin Geko 201 Geocache Personal Navigator, a one-year subscription to Nevada Magazine, a TravelNevada USB flash drive and other goodies.

Photo by: Sydney Martinez/TravelNevada

Access only test route

Look out for the access only sign when taking your test at the Newcastle Driving Test Centre at Trentham.
Tricky, but remember when you’ve passed your test its up to you to read road signs.
So when your on your test, remember check your mirrors, signal right and act on the signs and turn right when safe to so….Good luck

this is a TEST
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10 Mind Tricks Riddles and Trick Questions for Kids and All

10 Mind Tricks Riddles and Trick Questions for Kids and All

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5 Useful Ovarian Cancer Tests

Ovarian cancer is contracted by around 7,000 women in the UK each year. It generally affects older women and develops when the cells of the ovary start to grow in a rapid and out of control way. There are a number of symptoms associated with ovarian cancer including a bloated stomach, irregular periods and abdominal pain. If you notice any of these symptoms then you should go see your doctor right away. They will then be able to perform the necessary tests. In this article I will be discussing five of these tests.

1) PHYSICAL EXAM:- The first ovarian cancer test your doctor will recommend is a physical exam. This will be performed by either your doctor or a gynaecologist and will involve them placing one or two gloved fingers in to the vagina. They will then put their other hand on the lower abdomen to feel the position, shape and size of the ovaries. If this test reveals any abnormalities your doctor will then suggest further testing.

2) BLOOD TEST:- Certain types of ovarian cancer produce a protein called CA125. Therefore, a blood test that reveals higher than normal levels of this protein may be an indicator for this type of cancer. However, there are other conditions such pelvic inflammatory disease that can cause blood levels of CA125 to be elevated so whilst this test can indicate ovary cancer it is not a certainty.

3) ULTRASOUND SCAN:- This test involves using sound waves to build an image of your ovaries. This image can then be investigated to see if your ovaries look normal. It can also reveal whether any lumps found are fluid or solid. If any sold lumps are found they may be cancerous and will require further investigation.

4) LAPAROSCOPY:- This ovarian cancer test involves a small incision being made in the abdominal wall whilst you are under general anaesthetic. An instrument called a laparoscope (a thin, flexible tube with a camera on the end) is then inserted in to this incision and this transmits an image of your ovaries on to a screen. Your doctor can then look at this image for any abnormalities which could potentially be cancerous. Most laparoscopes can also be used to take a tissue sample and these tissues can then be tested in a laboratory to see if they are cancerous.

5) ABDOMINAL FLUID ASPIRATION:- A swollen stomach is a potential sign of ovary cancer. If your stomach does become swollen then this fluid will need to be removed. To do this your doctor will give you a local anaesthetic, insert a long, thin needle in to your abdomen and drain the fluid in to a container. This fluid can then be examined in the laboratory for the presence of cancer cells.

I hope this article has given you a greater understanding of the possible tests for ovarian cancer. This type of cancer is much more treatable in the early stages so if you have any reason to believe you may be suffering from this disease go and ask your doctor about testing. They will then be able to recommend the most suitable test and determine whether you have contracted ovary cancer.

Whilst every intention has been made to make this article accurate and informative, it is intended for general information only. Ovarian cancer is a very serious, life threatening condition and you should discuss any concerns, treatments or lifestyle changes fully with your doctor.

Tom Parker owns and operates a number of useful fitness resources and websites. You can learn more about the various ovarian cancer tests and how improving your fitness can help you prevent cancer by visiting his Free Fitness Tips Blog

Cool Only Your Test images

Some cool only your test images:

Trigger-Happy Star Formation (NASA, Chandra, 8/12/09)
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Image by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center
This composite image, combining data from the Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Spitzer Space Telescope shows the molecular cloud Cepheus B, located in our Galaxy about 2,400 light years from the Earth. A molecular cloud is a region containing cool interstellar gas and dust left over from the formation of the galaxy and mostly contains molecular hydrogen. The Spitzer data, in red, green and blue shows the molecular cloud (in the bottom part of the image) plus young stars in and around Cepheus B, and the Chandra data in violet shows the young stars in the field.

The Chandra observations allowed the astronomers to pick out young stars within and near Cepheus B, identified by their strong X-ray emission. The Spitzer data showed whether the young stars have a so-called "protoplanetary" disk around them. Such disks only exist in very young systems where planets are still forming, so their presence is an indication of the age of a star system.

These data provide an excellent opportunity to test a model for how stars form. The new study suggests that star formation in Cepheus B is mainly triggered by radiation from one bright, massive star (HD 217086) outside the molecular cloud. According to the particular model of triggered star formation that was tested — called the radiation- driven implosion (RDI) model — radiation from this massive star drives a compression wave into the cloud triggering star formation in the interior, while evaporating the cloud’s outer layers.

The labeled version of the image shows important regions in and around Cepheus B. The "inner layer" shows the Cepheus B region itself, where the stars are mostly about one million years old and about 70-80% of them have protoplanetary disks. The "intermediate layer" shows the area immediately next to Cepheus B, where the stars are two to three million years old and about 60% of them have disks, while in the "outer layer" the stars are about three to five million years old and about 30% of them have disks. This increase in age as the stars are further away from Cepheus B is exactly what is predicted from the RDI model of triggered star formation.

Different types of triggered star formation have been observed in other environments. For example, the formation of our solar system was thought to have been triggered by a supernova explosion, In the star- forming region W5, a "collect-and-collapse" mechanism is thought to apply, where shock fronts generated by massive stars sweep up material as they progress outwards. Eventually the accumulated gas becomes dense enough to collapse and form hundreds of stars. The RDI mechanism is also thought to be responsible for the formation of dozens of stars in W5. The main cause of star formation that does not involve triggering is where a cloud of gas cools, gravity gets the upper hand, and the cloud falls in on itself.

Image credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/PSU/K. Getman et al.; IRL NASA/JPL-Caltech/CfA/J. Wang et al.

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p.s. You can see all of our Chandra photos in the Chandra Group in Flickr at: www.flickr.com/groups/chandranasa/ We’d love to have you as a member!

“They flew ’em right off the line, right from the parking lot”
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Image by BuffaloChuck
Curtiss-Wright P-40B/C Warhawk/Tomahawk/Kittyhawk Production in Buffalo, Kenmore Avenue Plant, winter 1941

This image proves an urban legend that P-40s (and perhaps other aircraft types) were flown right off the assembly line from the parking lot at Curtiss’ Kenmore Avenue plant. Apparently, due to production demand and space limitations at the Kenmore Avenue factory location, the craft were test-flown to the Buffalo Airport for final checkout and delivery.

Photographer: Dmitri Kessel, Life Magazine

© Time Inc. For personal non-commercial use only. Photos can be found online at: images.google.com or at www.life.com. (Search using both "Curtiss" and "Buffalo" keywords at both sites.)

Notes: I have attempted to correct any irregularities in the originally posted photos. You may notice the occasional ‘Life’ logo is shown backwards or upside-down. This is intentional. Many of the originally posted photos were backwards or otherwise mis-oriented. In addition, captions were often inaccurate, so these were corrected where possible—and I’ve liberally added my own comments. Hope you enjoy!

Nice All Your Testing photos

Check out these all your testing images:

J-2X Engine Prepares for Testing (NASA, J-2X, SLS, 02/11/13)
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Image by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center
A J-2X engine, right, is being transported to the A-2 Test Stand at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi.

Image credit: NASA/SSC

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More about the J-2X Engine Development:

There’s a Flickr photoset about the J-2X egnine development, if you’d like to know more: www.flickr.com/photos/28634332@N05/sets/72157625345364038/

These official NASA photographs are being made available for publication by news organizations and/or for personal use printing by the subject(s) of the photographs. The photographs may not be used in materials, advertisements, products, or promotions that in any way suggest approval or endorsement by NASA. All Images used must be credited. For information on usage rights please visit: www.nasa.gov/audience/formedia/features/MP_Photo_Guidelin…

My Beautiful Girl
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Image by futurowoman
It’s ‘Roid Week 2011!!!!!!!!!

This is my beautiful whippet girl, Laika. I shot this photo back in February 2011 as a test shot for the Impossible Project. <3

Test shot for the Impossible Project
Using PX-680 ß-1
aka PX 680 Color Shade Beta Test Film
Production Date 3 Feb 2011

Camera: SX-70 Alpha 1, Model 2
No ND filter
Dial set all the way over on the black side

Thank so much for putting this in the Flickr blog!

Teach First Certificate: All you need to know; all your students need to know Reviews

Teach First Certificate: All you need to know; all your students need to know

Teach First Certificate: All you need to know; all your students need to know

This book is for you if

•you’ve never taught Cambridge First Certificate before
•you want to know the most efficient techniques for getting your students through the exam, even if you’ve taught it before
•you want to be able to advertise your services as an expert in First Certificate

The best way to learn to teach Cambridge First Certificate, is to take students through an entire course. Most schools I’ve worked at don’t offer much in the way of addition


eggPlant for IPTV testing

The past few years have witnessed a phenomenal growth in digital cable and satellite services and it has changed the television landscape dramatically. But the introduction of Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) poised to offer more interactivity to television viewers. With more and more people getting connected to the Internet it is time that television also moves online and this is what exactly IPTV does. It lets you watch all your favourite TV shows, serials and channels online. The global IPTV subscriber base has been growing rapidly since 2005, at an average annual growth rate of 103.0%. By the end of 2009 global IPTV subscriber base was at 37.6 million and it is fore-casted that by 2014 the global subscriber base will go up to 267.9 million. It’s no wonder that telecom companies are spending millions on this as it will help them control voice, data, and video simultaneously.

When people talk about IPTV, they are talking about watching television shows with smoother, high resolution and lag free pictures, something that surpasses digital cable. To ensure customer satisfaction, network utilization, failure prediction, and validation of performance, testing of IPTV systems become crucial but testing of IPTV poses some unique challenges in itself. Testing of IPTV systems involves running multiple tests as these systems are capable of transmitting mixed media content and verifying multiple media encoding processes.

As IPTV systems transmits audio, video and text graphics the challenge it possesses is that each type of content is processed before transmission. But audio and video processing functions can result in delays which can jeopardize the final output. Furthermore when media is transmitted through IPTV systems it goes through several conversions, usually Lossy media compression is used. The media transmitted goes through a series of encoding and decoding and each time the media is converted, additional distortion occurs which affects the final output. Moreover as the data travels through the internet in the form of encrypted data packets so there is also the inability of measuring its quality.

eggPlant, an automated test tool from Test Plant is able to overcome these challenges and help the media industry deliver rich content to users. eggPlant is a graphical user interface (GUI) test tool capable of running multiple tests simultaneously across multiple browsers, devices and platforms. Being a GUI test tool eggPlant uses leading-class image recognition technology to compare the outcomes with expected results. The image recognition technology of eggPlant is capable of locating variances in expected results to the level of changes in color tones, not just changes in colours, icons, and text thus resulting in higher accuracy of test results and making it best suited for IPTV testing.

The IPTV market is rapidly growing and is expected to grow to $ 46.5 billion by 2014. New innovations in data transmission and user demand is fuelling the growth of IPTV making fast, accurate and affordable testing of IPTV systems a priority.

We’re going back to 2009 to revisit Jason’s test of the Ford Focus RS.

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Scarface: The World is yours (AMD E-450 Windows 10 Test)

CPU: AMD E-450 APU 1.65 GHz {DUAL CORE} (Overclocked @ 3.30 GHz) Sony Vaio VPCYB35AG (Y-series NoteBook)
GPU: AMD Radeon HD 6320 (Overclocked @ 1650 GHz)
OS: Windows 10 PRO 1511 Build 10586 (64-bit)
HDD: 5400 rpm SATA II
Ram: 8 GB DDR3 1600
Dedicated Video Memory: 384 MB
Shared System Memory: 3712 MB
Pagefile: 5120 MB
Total Available Graphics Memory: 4096 MB
Total Available System Memory: 3691 MB

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practicing ukulele in my dorm room. the model is kala KA-CEM
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