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

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

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      from Chesapeake Bay Program Added 4,826 29 1

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

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        from John Gussman Added 13.7K 17 3

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

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        • Pinback - Sediment (Official Video)

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          from Temporary Residence Ltd. Added 207 6 0

          Artist: Pinback Track: Sediment Album: Information Retrieved Video Written, Directed, Shop & Chopped by Michael Foxtrot Johnson Visual Effects by Dan Wallace More Films by Michael Johnson: http://www.youtube.com/mosesfoxtrot http://www.vimeo.com/mosesfoxtrot Order CD/LP: http://shop.temporaryresidence.com/trr179 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/information-retrieved/id560183281 Amazon: http://amzn.com/B008YEX5ZG ©2013 Temporary Residence Ltd

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          • Flooding on the Elwha 2/6/15

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            from John Gussman Added 7,737 5 7

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

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            • Sculpture 1 - Sediment

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              from Holger Förterer Added 807 3 0

              Sediment is an interactive panoramic projection of virtual sculptures that I created between 2011 and 2013. It's my first approach to sculpture. Everything is just projected by light, nothing is really there. The idea of Sculpture 1 - Sediment developed under the impression of old temple reliefs from Thailand and Cambodia.The depicted divinities, dancers, fabulous creatures and historical figures have strongly occupied and moved me. It was therefore very obvious to me to show a relief of life-sized figures on the drawn-out screen of a panorama. In the work KÀ I used virtual lighting for the first time. In one scene I project a stone surface onto the stage. The stage is moving and the stone is lit following a virtual light source. Now, almost ten years later, I chose an opposing approach. The observer carries a torch with virtual light. The movements of the torch submerge a virtual relief of stone figures in light and shadow. The physical nature of the figures can be experienced by the movement of the light. I have tried to work with the things one does not see. The observer decides where the confined torch light shines and what remains in darkness. On one hand the torch only lights a small portion of the figures and their relationships towards each other. One can never see the whole picture. On the other hand the light of the torch reveals where the observer glances. The observer cannot look privately upon an object anymore. Other people in the room see what the light illuminates and which path it takes. By the things that are omitted, one can see what shall remain hidden. The poses of the figures came into being during two separate sessions with a male and a female nude model. Both were captured by a 3D-camera in various momentary snapshots. Most postures emerged from cooperative improvisation upon feelings and actions that were sketched in writing beforehand and by the anticipation of a partner or counterpart who wasn't there yet at that point of time. Only the following collage of the sculptural snapshots established the final relationship between and among the figures. The creation of the collage itself was more of an intuitive investigation into possible interactions between the figures and their surroundings than the realization of a specific concept. Animals and mythical creatures of the projection are owed to magical thinking. I did not revolve around the depiction of religious content but rather the possibility of a metamorphosis of the body. The animal recordings were taken in the State Museum of Natural History Karlsruhe. The stone in the background is created synthetically by fractal noise. Elevations and indentations were incorporated in the stone wall to carry the figures or give them more room. The work received its name very late. The term sediment primarily denotes a certain type of rock that is created by erosion and subsequent compression. Here the term also stands for fragmentary unconscious pictures that accumulate and consolidate in the subconscious over the years, for the composition of an overall picture from fragmented pieces. Inspiration: Ida Nordpol, Rainer Kuhn Models: Jasmin Brozio, Axel Jahn Assistance: Ida Nordpol Assistance retouche: Tom Hahn Voices: Ida Nordpol, Holger Förterer Naturkundemuseum Karlsruhe: Dr. Eduard Harms, Martin Hörth Support torch recordings: Katja Löffel Support torch construction: Felix Kaiser, Napoli-Design, Mirko Fraß Audio equipment: Frank Halbig ZKM PanoramaLabor: Bernd Lintermann, Derek Hauffen, Silke Sutter Support hardware: Computer Consult Wening Torch holder: Matthias Gommel Support optics: Lensation GmbH Human resources: Kilian Ochs, Frederik Busch, Johann Korndörfer Special thanks to the team at Beyond 2013 edit: uploaded a shorter video version on July 21st 2014

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              • Dirt Time: Straw Types

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                from BW Added 872 2 0

                This segment is one of the 'bonus feature' extra, if you will, for our 'Big Cover Up' episode of Dirt Time. What do you do when you have large areas of exposed soil and a limited time to button it all up? Well, in the Big Cover Up, we take you through the options. We have 4 major techniques (RECPs, Hydromulch, Straw blowing and Compost) that we are going to explain, compare and install. It's a very cool episode, you won't want to miss it! Find out a lot more at www.watchyourdirt.com www.blink-works.com

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                • Land Lost and Gained: Exploring the Mississippi Delta's West Bay

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                  from CGEE Hamline Added 202 2 0

                  This visit by boat to West Bay in the Mississippi Delta, south of where the road stops about 80 miles downstream of New Orleans, explores an area where coastal wetlands are being restored through a diversion project. Coastal wetlands in southern Louisiana are disappearing at a rate of about an acre per hour. Changes to the Mississippi River's flow to accommodate commercial navigation and control flooding have largely restricted the river's sediment-rich waters to the river channel. This has been accomplished through construction of levees, which prevent the river from flooding surrounding wetlands during high water. Without regular additions of sediment, the wetlands are slowly sinking, or subsiding. The West Bay diversion is restoring sediment and returning biologically rich wetlands to areas that had become largely open water.

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                  • ExpressBlower - Truck Tour

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                    Jason Wedmore of ExpressBlower takes us on a tour of his truck. Filmed on location at the Erosion Control Training Facility in Redding, CA. ExpressBlower was on site to assist in the filming of our 'Big Cover Up' Episode for the training series 'Dirt Time' See more at www.WatchYourDirt.com www.blink-works.com

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                    • Coordinance

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                      from Caleb Marhoover Added 369 2 1

                      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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