1. Q&A 186 - Lyme, Lupus, Fibromyalgia, Gallbladder, Eczema


    from Official Robert Morse / Added

    Questions & Answers 186 - Formula Making - Lyme - Lupus - Fibromyalgia - Rachel’s Mom - Juice Fast = Huge Infected Spots - Vit. D in Scotland - Gallbladder Attacks - Eczema - Controlling Fungal Cravings - Raw cheese, Meat - Sediment in Urine - Body Builder - Glaucoma - Hydration and the Pituitary Gland Disclaimer The information given by Robert Morse in these videos are strictly for education purposes only. They do not involve the diagnosing, treatment or prescribing of remedies for the treatment of diseases. Recommendations made in these recordings are not considered consultations or recommended individual protocols. Individual consultations and protocols through Dr. Morse are given by appointment only via contact through his clinic.

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    • Flooding on the Elwha 2/6/15


      from John Gussman / Added

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      Short clip of the river flooding, taken from the park entrance up to the Elwha campground area.

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      • Elwha River at flood stage 12/9 and 12/10


        from John Gussman / Added

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        short clip of some of the flooding on the river this week.

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        • DR. CYNTHIA PILSKALN, Professor of Oceanography, UMass Dartmouth's SMAST


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          Meet Dr. Cynthia Pilskaln, Professor of Oceanography at UMass Dartmouth's School for Marine Science & Technology. In addition to sharing her passionate journey to becoming an oceanographer, Cindy also talks about the research she is doing at UMass regarding the effects of increased carbon dioxide levels in the world's oceans. Music: "In The City Of Angels" by Olive Musique courtesy of Premiumbeat.com. "Fairy Winds" by Bjorn Lynne, courtesy of Shockwave-Sound.com, Licenses available upon request.

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          • Berezovsk Quarry: work in progress


            from Dmitry Grigoryev / Added

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            This short timelapse film was made during the international Russian-German paleontological expedition in West Siberia Region, near Sharipovo city in the Berezovsk quarry. Film represents technique of screenwashing of the sediment with a high content of clay and taking jackets with fossils. Music: FatBoy Slim - Ya Mama (Push The Tempo)

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            • Bay 101: Stormwater Runoff


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              When rainfall runs across roads, lawns and golf courses, it can pick up pollutants before it enters local waterways. Mike Fritz from the Chesapeake Bay Program explains why so-called “stormwater runoff” is a major source of pollution to the Chesapeake Bay and what we can do to prevent it. Learn more at www.chesapeakebay.net. Produced by Matt Rath Music: "A Moment of Jazz" by Ancelin

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              • Mangatainoka 2014


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                Images from a field trip to the Mangatainoka RIver to explore the role of sediment and phosphorus release on regulating Phormidium (cyanobacteria) blooms. Music: Michael von Frankfurt - Primeiro de Maio

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                • Coordinance


                  from Caleb Marhoover / Added

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                  BFA Thesis Exhibition, March 25-29, 2013 This body of work began with a song about sediments. I have been captivated by earth processes my entire life, so it is of little surprise that, for me, stacks of words are fluidly transposed as layers of stone. I repeat stories to myself and others in order to explain who, exactly, I am. These accumulated vignettes pile up, eventually becoming lithified into a "personal stratigraphy", which is easily and often altered by the metamorphic process of recollection.  My stories feel inescapably interwoven with specific places, because I organize my life more geographically than chronologically. However, through making this work, I have discovered that the locations in which I feel so embedded only truly exist in my mind. Given the coordinates, you could stand in the spots where I was formed, but even then it wouldn't be precise enough. My experiences are a skin grafted across the factual framework of the land, and only when soldered together does a complete image of my home come into focus. I am attempting to plot out those intersections between empiricism and storytelling, and bring them into a physical existence. A great deal of inspiration for this work was taken from my interactions with the Columbus Limestone – a middle Devonian layer of stone in which the ripple marks of an ancient sea floor are preserved. It surfaces in a N-S lying strip through the center of Ohio. I first became familiar with it in the creek beds of my grandmother's farm. Since then, my work has been pervaded by components of wave motion. ----- PETROSYLLABIC RESONATOR ----- This piece generates landscapes from the vibrations of my voice. Materials: (My) Spoken Stories, Pressed Vinyl Disc – 7 minute audio track, Turntable, Speakers (Inside Podium), Boss OC-3 Octave Pedal, Galvanized Steel Sheet, 250W Sub Amp, Bass Shakers, Springs, Bolts, 4'x4'x10" Maple Exterior Casing, Sand ----- SINE & COSINE ----- This piece is a to-scale topographic model of the river valley, floodplain, and flanking hills of my home. GPS: (39.314528,-82.950156), X-axis: 14"=1mi, Y-axis: 4"=100'. Materials: Fourteen 1/4" diameter, 10' long hand-bent steel rods, monofilament. **Sea level = 12" above floor. Video & Editing by Caleb Marhoover

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                  • Sediment Grabber


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                    Marcus created this sediment grabber in order to take samples from the bottom of the gyre in order to analyze the ocean floor to see if plastic can be found.

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                    • From the Field: Linking land and water in brook trout conservation


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                      November 2012: Brook trout play a critical role in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, but without cool, clean water, the fish cannot survive. Working in headwater states, Chesapeake Bay Program partners are promoting land conservation and habitat restoration as ways to clean up local waterways and conserve the iconic species. Produced by Steve Droter Underwater Footage: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Music: "Mille giraffons (Instrumental)" by Löhstana David

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