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Related to my previous posting ~~~ Things may look more interesting when you look at them more closely ~~~

PS...no camera was armed to produce this image ;-D

Fondazione Giorgio Cini

San Giorgio Maggiore

Project 32 Is on the box

Minimum groundscape ~ Maximum colors @ the International cottages grounds in Balboa Park ~

From a walk thru the Park with my son this Sunday ;-D

... a continuous adventure and a subject for debates ;-)

( Details from glass vase and metal chair )

Project 32 Is on the box

Project 32 Is on the box

Project 32 Is on the box

~ The view from Shelter Island as the latest storm is leaving San Diego and heading towards Arizona ~ Temperature reached 100F downtown today ~ Record heat for the season !

Project 32 Is on the box

Project 32 Is on the box

Project 32 Is on the box

Project 32 Is on the box

Project 32 Is on the box

Project 32 Is on the box

Project 32 Is on the box

Project 32 Is on the box

Ryoji Ikeda

 

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Book :

 

Suda Yoshihiro

Koyanagi Gallery

2010

 

Limited Edition 1000

 

CD :

 

Alva Noto

Xerrox

Raster - Noton

RN78

 

All Samples Xerroxed by Carsten Nicolai

 

Raster - Noton . Archiv Für Ton Und Nichton

 

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Kraftwerk

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Kling Klang

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Identifier: climatologicalda4753unit

Title: Climatological data, Arkansas

Year: 1896 (1890s)

Authors: United States. Environmental Data Service United States. Weather Bureau

Subjects: Meteorology

Publisher: Asheville, N.C., U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Data Service

Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA: ARKANSAS SECTION November, 1945

 

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Identifier: climatologicalda4753unit

Title: Climatological data, Arkansas

Year: 1896 (1890s)

Authors: United States. Environmental Data Service United States. Weather Bureau

Subjects: Meteorology

Publisher: Asheville, N.C., U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Data Service

Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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DATA: ARKANSAS SECTION^ Daily Temperatures for April, 1946 continued April, 1946 Newport Nirnrod Pam / Oden Okay Ozark Faragoulcl Perry ville Piue Bluff Pucalioiitas Portland Presoott Rogsrs Russell ville St. Charles Soarcy Sheridan Siloam Springs.. Stuttgart Stuttgarl Kvap Sublatro TexnrUana ... Turnpike VValdron Warrt-n White Rock . . Wilson Wynne , Maximumi Minimum\ MaximumI Minimumj Maximumi Minimum) Maximumi Miniravtm\ Maximum1 Minimum MaximumI Minimum\ Maximum ■ i Minimumi) Maximum • ( Minimum\ Maximum • I Minimumi Maximum! ■ 1 Minimum\ Maximum • ) Minimum\ Maximum • ( Minimumi Maximum • i Minimum, i Maximum • I Minimum\ Maximum • • ) Minimum \ Maximum ■• / Minimum Maximum •■ ) Minimum ( Maximum • ■ i MinimumMaximum , Minimum j Maximum ■■ i Jlinimum \ Maximum • • ( Minimum J Maximum ■ • ( Minimum S Maximum • ■ ( Minimum ) Maximum • • I Minimum ( Maximum ■• I Minimum j Maximum • • i Minimum, ) Maximum • J Minimurr^ ../

 

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Daily Biver Stages for April, 1946 Stations fort Smith Van BurKU.. .. Danville Ozark ■ Dardanelle Morrllton ....Little Bock. Pine Bluff Gilbert Black Rock....Forsyth, Mo. .. Cotter Calico Rock ... Batesville Newport Augusta Sugar Loaf Mt.(Georgetown ... Des Arc Clarendon St. Charles Glenwood A rkadelphia Boughton Camden Benton Index Fulton St. Francis St. Francis L.L... Marked Tree .... Parkin Madison Helena Arkansas City

  

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Kraftwerk in Riga Olimpiska Hall, Latvia (Minimum-Maximum Tour 2004)

Lemur realises he's a little under-dressed for the top of a mountain

kraftwerk;minimum-maximum;three glares;three;3;men;face;faces;glare;television;dvd

Borders - Nassau Park Blvd in Princeton, NJ -- additional view

George very generously gave me a heart rate monitor. I have no idea how it works, but the beeps are marvellously annoying!

MinimumMaximum Latvijan academy of art students project for Milanno salonesatellito 2007 and greenhouse stockholm 2007,participaction with KIKI project

Identifier: climatologicalda4753unit

Title: Climatological data, Arkansas

Year: 1896 (1890s)

Authors: United States. Environmental Data Service United States. Weather Bureau

Subjects: Meteorology

Publisher: Asheville, N.C., U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Data Service

Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA: ARKANSAS SECTION^ Daily Temperatures for April, 1946 continued April, 1946 Newport Nirnrod Pam / Oden Okay Ozark Faragoulcl Perry ville Piue Bluff Pucalioiitas Portland Presoott Rogsrs Russell ville St. Charles Soarcy Sheridan Siloam Springs.. Stuttgart Stuttgarl Kvap Sublatro TexnrUana ... Turnpike VValdron Warrt-n White Rock . . Wilson Wynne , Maximumi Minimum\ MaximumI Minimumj Maximumi Minimum) Maximumi Miniravtm\ Maximum1 Minimum MaximumI Minimum\ Maximum ■ i Minimumi) Maximum • ( Minimum\ Maximum • I Minimumi Maximum! ■ 1 Minimum\ Maximum • ) Minimum\ Maximum • ( Minimumi Maximum • i Minimum, i Maximum • I Minimum\ Maximum • • ) Minimum \ Maximum ■• / Minimum Maximum •■ ) Minimum ( Maximum • ■ i MinimumMaximum , Minimum j Maximum ■■ i Jlinimum \ Maximum • • ( Minimum J Maximum ■ • ( Minimum S Maximum • ■ ( Minimum ) Maximum • • I Minimum ( Maximum ■• I Minimum j Maximum • • i Minimum, ) Maximum •

  

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Identifier: bellsystemtechni19amerrich

Title: The Bell System technical journal

Year: 1922 (1920s)

Authors: American Telephone and Telegraph Company

Subjects: Telecommunication Electric engineering Communication Electronics Science Technology

Publisher: [Short Hills, N.J., etc., American Telephone and Telegraph Co.]

Contributing Library: Prelinger Library

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assumed that theincidence for ages under 10 is the same as in the 10-19 group. Thismay not be strictly true, but is a sufficiently good approximation forthis purpose. For ages above 60 a minimum estimate was obtainedby assuming that the incidence of hearing loss is the same as in the50-59 group, and a maximum estimate by assuming 100 per centincidence above age 60. The actual value may be expected to besomewhere between these limits, which are shown in Table 13. Except for the reservations stated in the first four paragraphs ofthis section, it is believed that the data of Figs. 3, 4, and 5 and Tables2, 3, 4, 5, and 13 should apply fairly closely to the U. S. population asa whole. They may also be applied to groups in the population whoare not specialized in regard to any factor related to hearing. It wouldbe unsafe to apply them to a group of very low or unusually higheconomic status, college graduates, unskilled laborers, foreign groups, * Loc. cit. 552 BELL SYSTEM TECHNICAL JOURNAL

 

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0 10 20 30 40 HEARING LOSS IN DECIBELS 60 Fig. 5—Percentage of people, both men and women, in the age range 10-59 havinga hearing loss greater than any given value. TABLE 13Percentage of People Having Hearing Loss of 25 db or More Frequency 440, 880 1760 3520 7040 Ages 10-59 All ages MinimumMaximum 3.8 411 4.5 512 12 1218 18 18 22 etc. without further knowledge of the relation between hearing andthe factor in which the group was unusual. Accuracy of the Hearing TestThe participation of the visitors in the test was entirely voluntary,and nothing is known from the test records concerning their reasons RESULTS OF THE WORLDS FAIR HEARING TESTS 553 for taking the test. Observation indicated that the great majorityof people took the test seriously, and made a conscientious attempt totest their hearing. It was noticed that a very small percentage of the people, mostlyin the youngest age group, altered their scores by filling in all of themissing numbers before having them photographed, thu

  

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