1. Interference

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    The concept of Interference, following its most modern point of view by David Deutsch. David Deutsc was born in Haifa, Israel. Studied Physics at Cambridge and Oxford Universities. After several years at the University of Texas at Austin, returned to Oxford, where now lives and works. Since 1999 had been a non-stipendiary Visiting Professor of Physics at the University of Oxford, where I am a founder member of the Centre for Quantum Computation at the Clarendon Laboratory.

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    • C: Targeting Basics (Trauma, Triggers) VOD

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      from Sharon Schwartz / Added

      The basic targeting approach used in this protocol is facilitated by using a symbolic, metaphorical monster. In this segment, the concepts of simple and complex trauma, central to using the 8 Phase AIP EMDR protocol are reviewed along with the explanation of triggers and how they transition behaviors into symptomatic episodes. The contextual driver, witnessing, an often overlooked form of trauma formation is exposed.

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      • Disappearance in a few ms of the interferential effects of the superposition of statuses, due to Environmental Decoherence

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        Imagine a physical object a few kg heavy. Its even and odd aspects have equal classical components and opposite quantum interferences. By subtracting their Wigner functions, the interferential features are separated, evidencing their quantumness. Following the same procedure as in another Video on the same subject, here is presented the evolution of this signal over 50 ms which exhibits the fast decay, due to decoherence, of a pure interference pattern (adapted by video credit CNRS, Laboratoire Kastler Brossel).

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        • Final Project Prototype

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          Final project prototype using an Arduino Fio with an xbee connected to wirelessly send serial data from sensors to another xbee attached to a xbee explorer. Sensors on board are an accelorometer, a potentiometer, a wind sensor, a button, and a range finder. These are then ran into a Max patch.

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          • Button Box Demo

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            from asha blue / Added

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            I made a button box that lets 30 buttons control the triggering of 30 different sounds via Max/MSP using an Arduino mega and a hand built box.

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            • Physics of Triggering

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              In the Electronic Inspectors (Bottling Controls) and in the field of Industrial Automation, however operatively-dressed Triggers play the role of elementary measurement instruments. Simpler than any single-channel (e.g. the High Frequency fill level inspection) or multi-channel (e.g., camera-based inspections) analog variable measurement system. To understand what really an Electronic Inspector is, we are going to analise their most basic ever present inspection, using it to simplify the approach to the wider field of Measurement. In the celebrated Oxford Dictionaries of the English language, a Trigger is defined as: “an event that is the cause of a particular action, process, or situation”. It is immediately clear that Trigger's concept derives by the idea of Event, but not so evident that the Oxford Dictionaries’ definition is circular. On practice, an “Event as a cause of other Events”, what in the following shall become clear. Intuitively, each one of us feels ready to answer the key question: “What is an Event ?” Desiring to understand what really is a Trigger, we look at Physics and its definition of Event. Electronic Inspectors are devices whose main task is to classify objects like: bottles, cans, crates, cases, caps, etc., after having compared the result of the physical measurement of at least one physical property of the objects, with limits established by us. After this, it is evident that Physics is not foreign to Bottling Controls, rather its core. Music: hydroscope by Gallery Six (http://soundcloud.com/gallery-six)

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              • Triggering

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                Triggering bottles' with LASER photosensors Music: hydroscope by Gallery Six (http://soundcloud.com/gallery-six)

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                • CROSSED LINES

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                  from Endless Meghan Warner / Added

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                  When Freddie crosses Angel's line, she crosses his. Escalation leads to the final line that Freddie must decide which way to cross - the line between life and death. Written, directed by: Endless Meghan Warner Produced, edited by: Cooper Griggs Shot by: Will Gordh Starring: Jason Thomas as Freddie, Joey Nicole Thomas as Angel, Eric Larsen as Ray, Janet Vincent Lee as Ma Shot on a Panasonic HVX 200 camera

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                  • One Last Bite

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                    A short film depicting the mental and emotional struggle of an eating disorder in an avant garde way. An eating disorder is never confined to a person or body type. On the other side of struggle, the love for one's body is a hopeful outcome. Shot on Super 8 film. Music: Explosions in the Sky: Postcards from 1952. Spoken words: from the novel "Skinny" by Ibi Kaslik

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                    • ~PI764E

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                      i wouldn't watch if you have a weak stomach

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