Crane

17 Feb 19
hiding in plain sight

How will Dandan fare against the tiger-crocodile?

17 Feb 19
Essence by Ashley November

Tonight I am writing this blog as I sit in the high desert in beautiful Utah. I am sending this blog early to share with you that tonight (~60 hrs prior to the Full Moon) is a great time to notice any triggers that happen under a Full Moon. Under this Virgo Full Moon, may find yourself […]

17 Feb 19
Tai Chi and Chi Kung Notes

  Archeological discoveries during the last several decades have found ample evidence that calisthenics and breathing exercises were practiced as early as the Chou Dynasty (circa 1100-221 B.C.). Tai Chi probably developed out of ancient forms of Tao-ln and Chi Kung exercise combined with internal circulation of energy and breath, and the popular martial applications […]

17 Feb 19
Imperialist Values in Music

Source: Hidden Island When I first heard about the assignment of this blog post, I’m not going to lie, I felt a bit intimidated. My professor in our last seminar meeting suggested that we write about a certain adaptation of Shakespeare’s play The Tempest that we were thinking about using four our next essay due […]

17 Feb 19
NatureFold

On Friday we rode back from school through the woods.  It was a beautiful day, and we decided to stop at the sand dunes for a while.  The sand dunes are an abandoned sand mine in the Grunewald.  There is a small pond at the bottom of them where I have seen Little Grebes (Tachybaptus […]

17 Feb 19
rage. creation - joy

I don’t much care for poetry. But I have loved a poet. Thirty years is a enough to have a life and grow to adulthood, but it doesn’t feel like enough for a friendship that I expected to last to old age. I met my friend Ellis in that blinding dawn of adulthood that seems […]

17 Feb 19
trollheaven

On the short term this is not possible. The reason is, that the work humans are doing in a factory is highly complicated. It is work, can’t be done by mechanical machines, for example to fill large amount of sugar into a food production line. Often this work needs a lot of knowledge about the […]

17 Feb 19
trollheaven

The answer is complicated and it is yes and no at the same time. So we have to explain the details. It is correct, that from a technical point of view it is possible to build biped robots. That are dog-like machines who can walk. The technology was developed in the 1980s, it is tested […]

17 Feb 19
Piled Life

Like most, we didn’t come to stay. Unlike most, we certainly could have stayed. First though, we needed to find a place to stay.

17 Feb 19
Obscurum Per Obscurius

Continuing my birding adventure, I decided to go to a wetland about 20 minutes from the Anupratap colony. Wetlands in Rajasthan host several migratory birds over the winter (Check out Bharatpur). First “celebrity” we encountered the way was an Indian Peafowl sitting on the fence of the nuclear power plant. About 7:30 AM, just as […]

17 Feb 19
GTA Real Estate Pros

The Best Homes for Sale – Across the GTA – Feb 15 All of the top homes for sale are right here, as of Feb. 15th 2019. You don’t want to miss these homes! Street and Town MLS Code Link 7 Longevity Rd, Brampton W4357917 7 Longevity Rd, Brampton 37 Ridley Gdns, Toronto W4359218 37 […]

17 Feb 19
trollheaven

In a previous blogpost, I have explained, that model predictive control needs a prediction engine. The future position of the ball at the beam needs to be estimated without the usage of the normal bullet or box2d engine. How can such a prediction model be created? In the literature, some authors are suggesting that neural […]

17 Feb 19
The Cinemaholic

Treehouse Detectives is South Korean-American animated Kids’ TV, Education & Guidance series directed by BJ Lee. The first season premiered on 8th June 2018. The series follows around the adventures of a brother and sister named Toby and Teri who team up to help their animal friends to solves mysterious cases with the help of […]

17 Feb 19
Stabroek News

Brothers United ended the three year reign of Showstoppers in the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ West Demerara/East Bank Demerara Championship, defeating the home side 1-0 on penalty kicks on Friday in the finale at the Pouderoyen Tarmac. In front of a mammoth partisan crowd, the Crane based outfit led by star acquisition Andrew Murray […]

17 Feb 19
Hutch's photoblog

The Shard at night I liked the way The Shard looked in this light. The cranes in the foreground provided a bit of interest. This is the tried and tested black and white conversion with colour pulled through. The image isn’t quite as sharp as I’d like… but I didn’t have a tripod and it […]