Christoph Keller (Künstler)

Christoph Keller (* 1967 in Freiburg im Breisgau) ist ein deutscher Künstler.
Keller studierte von 1987 bis 1992 Mathematik, Physik und Hydrologie in Freiburg Neueste Bogner Skijacken Online Shop, Berlin und Santiago de Chile. Von 1993 bis 1996 war Keller Mitglied der interdisziplinären Gruppe Botschaft e.V. Berlin fußballtrikots sale 2016. Von 1993 bis 1995 studierte er freie Kunst an der HdK Berlin bei Katharina Sieverding, gefolgt von einem postgradualen Studiengang an der Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln. Seit 1994 zahlreiche Ausstellungen im In- und Ausland.
Derzeit lebt und arbeitet Christoph Keller in Berlin.

Ein zentrales Thema der künstlerischen Arbeiten von Christoph Keller ist die Untersuchung der Wissenschaften und ihrer Randgebiete, den sog Billig Bogner Skijacke. Grenzwissenschaften und der Scharlatanerie. Ausgehend von alten wissenschaftlichen Lehrfilmen befasste sich Keller in „Encyclopaedia Cinematographica“ (2001) und „Archives as Objects as Monuments“ (2000) mit der Frage der Ordnung und Dokumentation des Wissens vom Leben. In „Expedition-Bus and Shaman-Travel“ (2002) fußballtrikots sale 2016, bei der ein verspiegelter Campingbus im Mittelpunkt stand, ging es um die Frage, ob die Untersuchung des Fremden – in diesem Fall der Schamanismus – letztendlich stets die eigenen Positionen und Voraussetzungen reflektiert. Im Rahmen des „Cloudbuster-Project“ (2003) reproduzierte er die Experimente Wilhelm Reichs zur Beeinflussung der Atmosphäre mit Orgonenergie . Spätere Projekte untersuchen die Hypnose und Kinematografie („Hypnosis-Film-Project“, 2006) sowie Verschwörungstheorien im Internet („The Chemtrails Phenomenon“ 2006, „The Whole Earth“ 2007).

Socialistische Partij Anders

Die Socialistische Partij Anders (sp.a) anhören Wellensteyn Jacken outlet?/i – Untertitel: Sociaal Progressief Alternatief – ist eine sozialdemokratische politische Partei in Flandern (Belgien).
Die erste sozialistische Partei Belgiens war die “Flämischen Sozialistische Arbeiterpartei” (Vlaamsche Socialistische Arbeidspartij (VSP)), die 1885 in der gesamtbelgischen Belgischen Arbeiterpartei aufging.
Im Jahre 1978, 101 Jahre nach der Gründung der VSP schlugen die flämischen (Socialistische Partij, SP) und französischsprachigen wallonischen Sozialisten (Parti Socialiste 2016 fußballtrikots, PS) wieder eigene Wege ein Discount Puma Fußballschuhe mit hoher Qualität. Erster Vorsitzender wurde Karel Van Miert.
Die Socialistische Partij (SP) war für einen sehr langen Zeitraum Juniorpartner der CD&V. In diese Zeit fällt eine Bestechungsaffäre, die den damaligen NATO-Generalsekretär Willy Claes von der Socialistischen Partij sein Amt kostete.
Unter dem Parteivorsitzenden Steve Stevaert (2003–2005) fand eine Erneuerung der Partei statt, die sich nun sp.a nannte. Die sp.a arbeitete eng mit der linksliberalen Partei Sociaal-Liberale Partij zusammen. Dieses Kartell bestand von 2003 bis 2008.
Nachdem Steve Stevaert am 1. Juni 2005 Gouverneur der Provinz Limburg wurde, übernahm Caroline Gennez bis zur Wahl eines neuen Vorsitzenden (im Oktober 2005) zeitweilig den Parteivorsitz. Als im Januar 2009 der Linksliberale Bert Anciaux sich der Partei angeschlossen hatte, verkündete die Partei die Änderung ihres Namens in Socialisten en Progressieven Anders. Der Unmut darüber in der Partei führte dazu, dass der alte Name behalten und durch den Untertitel Sociaal Progressief Alternatief ergänzt wurde nike soccer Ausrüstungen Online-Shop 2016.
Bei den flämischen Wahlen 2009 erhielt die sp.a 15,3 Prozent der Stimmen. Sie trat in eine Regierung mit Christdemokraten und Flämisch-Nationalen ein und stellt drei Minister.
Niederländische Sprachgruppe: CD&V | Groen | N-VA | Open Vld | sp.a | Vlaams Belang
Französische Sprachgruppe: cdH | Ecolo | FDF | MR | PP | PS | PTB/PvdA
Belgien: Parti socialiste · Socialistische Partij Anders | Bulgarien: Bălgarska Socialističeska Partija | Dänemark: Socialdemokraterne | Deutschland: Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands | Estland: Sotsiaaldemokraatlik Erakond | Finnland: Suomen Sosialidemokraattinen Puolue | Frankreich: Parti socialiste | Griechenland: Panellínio Sosialistikó Kínima | Irland: Labour | Italien: Partito Socialista Italiano · Partito Democratico | Kroatien: Socijaldemokratska partija Hrvatske | Litauen: Lietuvos socialdemokratų partija | Luxemburg: Lëtzebuerger Sozialistesch Aarbechterpartei | Malta: Partit Laburista | Niederlande: Partij van de Arbeid | Norwegen: Arbeiderpartiet | Österreich: Sozialdemokratische Partei Österreichs | Polen: Sojusz Lewicy Demokratycznej · Unia Pracy | Portugal: Partido Socialista | Rumänien: Partidul Social Democrat | Schweden: Socialdemokraterna | Slowakei: SMER – sociálna demokracia | Slowenien: Socialni demokrati | Spanien: Partido Socialista Obrero Español | Tschechien: Česká strana sociálně demokratická | Ungarn: Magyarországi Szociáldemokrata Párt · Magyar Szocialista Párt | Vereinigtes Königreich: Labour · Social Democratic and Labour Party | Zypern: Kinima Sosialdimokraton
Assoziierte Parteien Albanien: Partia Socialiste e Shqipërisë | Bosnien und Herzegowina: Socijaldemokratska partija Bosne i Hercegovine | Bulgarien: Partija Bălgarski Socialdemokrati | Island: Samfylkingin | Mazedonien: Socijaldemokratski Sojuz na Makedonija | Montenegro: Demokratska Partija Socijalista Crne Gore · Socijaldemokratska Partija Crne Gore | Schweiz: Sozialdemokratische Partei | Serbien: Demokratska Stranka | Türkei: Barış ve Demokrasi Partisi · Cumhuriyet Halk Partisi 
Parteien mit Beobachterstatus Ägypten: Ägyptische Sozialdemokratische Partei | Andorra: Partit Socialdemòcrata | Israel: Awoda· Meretz | Lettland: Latvijas Sociāldemokrātiskā Strādnieku partija · Sociāldemokrātiskā partija „Saskaņa“ | Marokko: Union Socialiste des Forces Populaires | Moldawien: Partidul Democrat din Moldova | Nordzypern: Cumhuriyetçi Türk Partisi | Palästinensische Autonomiegebiete: Fatah | San Marino: Partito dei Socialisti e dei Democratici | Tunesien: Ettakatol

Base aérienne 709 Cognac-Châteaubernard

Géolocalisation sur la carte : France
La base aérienne de Cognac Châteaubernard (BA709) est située à 6 km au sud de Cognac, sur la commune de Châteaubernard dans le département de la Charente.
La base possède un aérodrome et abrite l’école de pilotage de l’armée de l’air (EPAA).
L’aérodrome est utilisé par la base aérienne mais est également ouvert au trafic national commercial sandro femme, au trafic commercial non régulier, aux avions privés, aux IFR et aux VFR.
L’aéroport civil qui se trouve dans la base est géré par la Chambre de commerce et d’industrie de Cognac maillots de foot en ligne.

En 1938, création d’un terrain d’aviation militaire sur la commune de Châteaubernard, à la demande de la ville de Cognac.
En juin 1940, l’armée Française quitte le camp, dont les aménagements ne sont pas encore terminés. La Luftwaffe occupera les lieux de 1940 à 1944 et continuera les travaux.
À partir de 1943, les aviations alliées bombardent la base allemande qui sera évacuée et partiellement détruite en août 1944 par l’occupant.
La reconstruction est entreprise dès la Libération. En 1945 sera créée la base école 705.
À la suite du départ de l’école pour le Maroc, la base est transformée en 1950 en base aérienne : BA 135.
En 1961, la base accueille de nouveau une école de pilotage et devient la BA 709.
En 1992, la base reçoit le nom du Commandant Ménard (1909-1945).
En 2006, l’armée de l’air externalise la maintenance de ses avions-école qu’elle confie à l’entreprise EADS. Cette dernière crée à cette occasion une filiale locale nommée CASSIDIAN AVIATION TRAINING SERVICES (anciennement ECATS). En plus des Epsilon basés sur la BA 709, EADS intègre de nouveaux outils pour la formation des pilotes : les avions Grob G 120A et les simulateurs FNPT2 2016 soccer jerseys en ligne.
L’école de pilotage de l’armée de l’air (EPAA) est implantée sur la base aérienne maillots de foots. Dans cette école, les futurs pilotes de chasse ou de transport de l’armée de l’air française apprennent à voler pour la première fois.
La base accueille par ailleurs l’Escadron de drones 1/33 Belfort qui met en œuvre des drones Drones Harfang et Reaper.
La BA 709 abrite également la patrouille acrobatique Cartouche Doré depuis 1989.
En 2016, la base aérienne accueillera l’École d’Aviation de Chasse, en provenance de la base aérienne 705 Tours.
L’aérodrome accueille un aéro-club, les Ailes Cognaçaises, constitué de trois sections : Aéromodélisme, Vol à Voile, Vol à moteur.

Rescue Me (Fontella Bass song)

“Rescue Me” is a rhythm and blues song first recorded and released as a single by Fontella Bass in 1965 Cheap MAX & Co. Online Sale. The original versions of the record, and BMI, give the songwriting credit to Raynard Miner and Carl William Smith, although many other sources also credit Bass herself as a co-writer. It would prove the biggest hit of Bass’s career, reaching #1 on the R&B charts for four weeks and placing at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100. “Rescue Me” also peaked at number eleven on the UK Singles Chart.

According to writer Robert Pruter in his book Chicago Soul, the song emerged from a songwriting and rehearsal, or “woodshedding”, session at Chess Records: ” ‘Rescue Me’ was a terrific example of the Chess studio system at its finest Free People Daisy Dress… One Saturday in August 1965, Bass was sitting in a rehearsal studio with producers-writers Carl Smith and Raynard Miner. They were fooling around with the song when arranger Phil Wright walked in, and the ensuing four-way jam session brought forth ‘Rescue Me’. [Billy] Davis produced the side…” Bass claimed that, although Smith, Miner and Davis had assured her that her contribution to authorship of the song’s lyrics would be acknowledged

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Bass recorded the song in three takes at Chess Studios in Chicago. Minnie Riperton provided background vocals, and Maurice White and Louis Satterfield, later of Earth, Wind & Fire, were on drums and bass respectively. Other musicians on the record included Pete Cosey and Gerald Sims on guitar, Leonard Caston on piano, Sonny Thompson on organ, and Charles Stepney on vibes. According to Bass, the call-and-response moans heard in the song were unintentional. In an interview with The New York Times in 1989, she said, “When we were recording that, I forgot some of the words.. MAX & Co. Dresses Online. Back then, you didn’t stop while the tape was running, and I remembered from the church what to do if you forget the words. I sang, ‘Ummm, ummm, ummm,’ and it worked out just fine.”
The information regarding accolades attributed to “Rescue Me” is adapted from acclaimedmusic.net.
(*) designates lists that are unordered.
“Rescue Me” was one of the songs deemed inappropriate by Clear Channel following the September 11, 2001 attacks.
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On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog

“On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog” is an adage which began as a cartoon caption by Peter Steiner and published by The New Yorker on July 5, 1993. The cartoon features two dogs: one sitting on a chair in front of a computer, speaking the caption to a second dog sitting on the floor. As of 2011, the panel was the most reproduced cartoon from The New Yorker, and Steiner has earned over US$50,000 from its reprinting.

Peter Steiner, a cartoonist and contributor to The New Yorker since 1979, said the cartoon initially did not get a lot of attention, but later took on a life of its own, and that he felt similar to the person who created the “smiley face”. In fact, Steiner was not that interested in the Internet when he drew the cartoon

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, and although he did have an online account, he recalled attaching no “profound” meaning to the cartoon; it was just something he drew in the manner of a “make-up-a-caption” cartoon.
In response to the comic’s popularity, he stated, “I can’t quite fathom that it’s that widely known and recognized.”
The cartoon marks a notable moment in the history of the Internet. Once the exclusive domain of government engineers and academics, the Internet was now a subject of discussion in general interest magazines like The New Yorker. Lotus Software founder and early Internet activist Mitch Kapor commented in a Time magazine article in 1993 that “the true sign that popular interest has reached critical mass came this summer when the New Yorker printed a cartoon showing two computer-savvy canines”.
The cartoon symbolizes an understanding of Internet privacy that stresses the ability of users to send and receive messages in general anonymity. Lawrence Lessig suggests “no one knows” because Internet protocols do not force users to identify themselves; although local access points such as a user’s university may, this information is privately held by the local access point and not an intrinsic part of the Internet transaction

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A study by Morahan-Martin and Schumacher (2000) on compulsive or problematic Internet use discusses this phenomenon, suggesting the ability to self-represent from behind the computer screen may be part of the compulsion to go online. The phrase can be taken “to mean that cyberspace will be liberatory because gender, race, age, looks, or even ‘dogness’ are potentially absent or alternatively fabricated or exaggerated with unchecked creative license for a multitude of purposes both legal and illegal”, an understanding that echoed statements made in 1996 by John Gilmore, a key figure in the history of Usenet. The phrase also suggests the ability to “computer cross-dress” and represent oneself as a different gender, age, race, etc. On another level, “the freedom which the dog chooses to avail itself of, is the freedom to ‘pass’ as part of a privileged group; i.e. human computer users with access to the Internet”.
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, The New Yorker’s cartoon editor, “The cartoon resonated with our wariness about the facile façade that could be thrown up by anyone with a rudimentary knowledge of html.”
The cartoon has inspired the play Nobody Knows I’m a Dog by Alan David Perkins. The play revolves around six different individuals unable to communicate effectively with people in their lives who find the courage to socialize on the Internet, protected by their anonymity.
The Apple Internet suite Cyberdog was named after this cartoon.
A cartoon by Kaamran Hafeez published in The New Yorker on February 23, 2015 features a similar pair of dogs watching their owner sitting at a computer, with one asking the other, “Remember when

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Light in My Darkness

Light in My Darkness is a book, originally published in 1927 as My Religion, written by Helen Keller when she was 47 years old. The book was written as a tribute to Emanuel Swedenborg whom Helen regarded as “one of the noblest champions true Christianity has ever known.” This book is regarded as Helen’s Keller’s spiritual autobiography in which she openly declares that “the teachings of Emanuel Swedenborg have been my light, and a staff in my hand and by his vision splendid I am attended on my way.”
The original publication was loosely put together and hastily printed by Doubleday, Page. Nevertheless it sold well in 1927 and has remained in print ever since. In 1994, Ray Silverman, a Swedenborgian minister and literary scholar, thoroughly revised and edited My Religion, organizing the eight unwieldy sections of the first edition into twelve distinct chapters with subheadings to clarify their contents. Furthermore jack wolfskin jacket, important materials not present in the first edition were added to elucidate and expand the original text. Other revisions included modernization of several words and phrases, substitution of inclusive language where appropriate, correction of spelling and typographical errors, alteration of punctuation to conform to modern standards, and emendation of a few historical inaccuracies. Extra paragraph breaks were added and a very few passages that distracted from the main messages were delicately pruned. It should be emphasized, however, that these revisions were negligible next to all that was retained.
In 2000 a second edition of Light in My Darkness was published which included an article that was originally published in Guideposts Magazine in 1956—when Helen was 76 years old. The article, which was reprinted by Guideposts in 1995, is significant in that it establishes the fact that Helen Keller was indeed a lifelong Swedenborgian mcm tasche. It is in this article that she writes, “Since my seventeenth year, I have tried to live according to the teachings of Emanuel Swedenborg. By ‘church’ he did not mean an ecclesiastical organization, but a spiritual fellowship of thoughtful men and women who spend their lives for a service to mankind that outlasts them. He called it a civilization that was to be born of a healthy jack wolfskin jackets, universal religion—goodwill, mutual understanding, service from each to all, regardless of dogma or ritual.”
Also included in the 2000 edition is a quote from Helen’s last published book, Teacher (1955). In it she speaks of her undimmed enthusiasm for Swedenborg’s teachings. She does this by first quoting the American poet, Walt Whitman who wrote: “O Spirit, as a runner strips/ Upon a windy afternoon/ Be unencumbered of what troubles you–/ Arise with grace / And greatly go, with the wind upon your face.”
Helen then adds, “In that state of exhilaration I had accepted the teachings of Emanuel Swedenborg, had drunk in his interpretation of the Bible, fearless, reverent, yet as unconfined as the sun, the clouds prada shoes, the sea.”
The change in title from My Religion to Light in My Darkness is significant. The new title is taken from one of Helen’s poetic statements in which she declares, “I know that life is given us so that we may grow in love. And I believe that God is in me as the sun is in the color and fragrance of the flower, the Light in my darkness, the Voice in my silence.”
To conclude, Light in My Darkness is a kind of “spiritual memoir” describing Helen Keller’s lifelong connection to the teachings of Emanuel Swedenborg. Readers were divided by those impressed by her faith and those disappointed that the famous deafblind activist advocated Swedenborgianism rather than a more “mainstream” religion.

Pledging My Time

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“Pledging My Time” is a blues song written and recorded by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan for his 1966 album Blonde on Blonde. The song was recorded on March 8, 1966, in Nashville, Tennessee, with veteran Nashville musicians and Canadian guitarist Robbie Robertson. “Pledging My Time” was released the next month by Columbia Records as the B-side of the single “Rainy Day Women#12 & 35”, a hit record in both the United States and Great Britain. The two songs also led off Blonde on Blonde, which was officially released on May 16, 1966, and today is considered among the best albums of all time.

“Pledging My Time” is a 8-bar blues song various writers link to the influences of Chicago blues legends Elmore James and Muddy Waters, as well as Mississippi Delta greats Robert Johnson and the Mississippi Sheiks. Dylan was first exposed to the blues as a teenager during the 1950s. He wrote and recorded a handful of blues songs for his early acoustic albums, but began focusing on the genre with his 1965 album Highway 61 Revisited, which featured several electric blues tracks.
Early in the fall of 1965, about a month after Highway 61’s release, Dylan was back in Columbia’s New York studios to begin work on his next album. After five sessions that stretched into early 1966 and produced only one usable track, Columbia producer Bob Johnston convinced Dylan to move the recordings to Nashville, where Johnston had previously worked at Columbia’s studios on the legendary Music Row.
Dylan, who was on the North American leg of his 1966 World Tour, arrived in Nashville in mid-February with only a couple new songs in mind and only two musicians from the New York sessions, guitarist Robbie Robertson and organ player Al Kooper. Johnston assembled a studio band that included some of Nashville’s top session men, including drummer Ken Buttrey, keyboardist Hargus “Pig” Robbins, bassist Henry Strzelecki gucci outlet, and guitarists Charlie McCoy Free People Online Sale, Wayne Moss and Joe South.
After three days of recording with his new ensemble, Dylan left Nashville to play eight dates that took him from New England to Canada to Florida. He returned to Music Row, and on March 8 the group laid down three new songs, “Absolutely Sweet Marie”, “Just Like a Woman” and “Pledging My Time”. Only two full takes of “Pledging My Time” were recorded, the second being the master. (The first take was released on The Bootleg Series Vol. 12: The Cutting Edge 1965–1966 in 2015.) Dylan wrapped up recording with two more sessions that week.
“Pledging My Time” was released the next month, in April, as the B-side of “Rainy Day Women#12 & 35”. The single reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #7 on the UK Singles Chart. Blonde on Blonde was issued as a double album in mid-May with “Rainy Day Women” and “Pledging My Time” as its first two tracks. In 2003, the album was ranked #9 in Rolling Stone magazine’s “500 Greatest Albums of All Time” issue.
“Pledging My Time” opens with Dylan’s harmonica hermes birkin, as do 10 other of the 14 songs on Blonde on Blonde. The song proceeds at a slow pulsing pace set by Ken Buttrey’s drumming adidas deutschland, with Robbie Robertson’s guitar and Hargus “Pig” Robbins’ piano creating the song’s heavy Chicago blues sound. According to writer Andy Gill, the song has a “smoky late-night club ambiance”, while author Oliver Trager in Keys to the Rain: The Definitive Bob Dylan Encyclopedia describes the singer as sounding “reluctant, fatigued, and maybe even a little stoned”.
Gill observes that following the “goodtime goofing” of “Rainy Day Women #12 & 35”, the first track on side one, “‘Pledging My Time’ sets the humid, emotionally oppressive tone” for the rest of the album. The song’s lyrics center on a boyfriend pledging himself to his girl, “hopin’ (she’ll) come through, too.” The imagery includes the singer’s “poison headache,” a hobo stealing his lover, the thought of the relationship not working out, and the stuffy room where everyone’s gone except for him and his girlfriend and he “can’t be the last to leave”.
In his book Wicked Messenger: Bob Dylan in the 1960s, critic Mike Marqusee writes that the closing verse “hints at a dark betrayal that is both portentous and frighteningly devoid of meaning”:
Well they sent for the ambulance And one was sent Somebody got lucky But it was an accident Now I’m pledging my time to you Hopin’ you’ll come through too.
The stanza’s “somebody got lucky” offers a clue as to one of the song’s inspirations. Marqusee and Trager both point to the similarity between “Pledging My Time” and Robert Johnson’s “Come on in My Kitchen”, especially regarding the line in Johnson’s song, “some joker got lucky”.
Ah the woman I love Took from my best friend Some joker got lucky Stole her back again You better come on in my kitchen Babe it going to be rainin outdoors
Other likely influences include the Elmore James classic “It Hurts Me Too” and the Mississippi Sheiks’ “Sittin’ on Top of the World”.
Dylan neglected “Pledging My Time” in concert performances for over two decades. In 1987 he revived the song along with several others he had not previously performed live in a series of six concerts with The Grateful Dead. He also included the song in his tour that year with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. When Dylan began his Never Ending Tour in 1989, “Pledging My Time” was on the set list, and he continued performing it in concert through the late 1990s.
The song was first covered by the Japanese psychedelic band The Apryl Fool in 1969 for their lone, self-titled album. Luther “Guitar Junior” Johnson recorded a version of the song in 1999 that appeared on several blues compilations, including three Dylan tributes. In addition, American singer-songwriter Greg Brown recorded “Pledging My Time” for Nod to Bob, a 2006 album by various artists issued on the occasion of Dylan’s 65th birthday.

Concentrated solar still

A concentrated solar still is a system that uses the same quantity of solar heat input (same solar collection area) as a simple solar still but can produce a volume of freshwater that is many times greater. While a simple solar still is a way of distilling water by using the heat of the sun to drive evaporation from a water source and ambient air to cool a condenser film, a concentrated solar still uses a concentrated solar thermal collector to concentrate solar heat and deliver it to a multi-effect evaporation process for distillation, thus increasing the natural rate of evaporation. The concentrated solar still is capable of large-scale water production in areas with plentiful solar energy Billige Nike Fotball Jerseys online 2016.

The concentrated solar still can produce as much as 20x more water than the theoretical maximum of a standard solar still and in practice 2016 Adidas fotball utstyr online, can produce as much as 30x the volume. For instance, with a solar collection area of 10 acres, a standard solar still operating at a typical 25% efficiency may produce as much as 27.8acre-ft/yr in a region with an average daily solar irradiation value of 21.6MJ/m². A concentrated solar still can produce more than 750acre-ft/yr in the same region with the same collection area.
The concentrated solar still implements a method for recovering the latent heat of the distillate vapor not captured and reused by a standard solar still. This is done by using multiple stages of evaporation in series (see multiple-effect evaporator). The latent heat of the distillate vapor produced in the n-1 stage (or effect) is recovered in the nth stage by boiling the leftover concentrated brine from the n-1 stage which produces distillate vapor whose latent heat will be recovered in the n+1 stage by boiling the leftover concentrated brine from the nth stage. Since brine is continuously concentrated in each stage, its boiling point will continue to rise under standard conditions. To overcome the boiling point elevation of the brine rabatt Puma fotballsko cleats utløp 2016, each evaporator stage operates at a lower pressure than the previous stage, which effectively reduces the boiling point, allowing for sufficient heat transfer to take place in each stage. This process can be repeated until the distillate conditions are sufficiently degraded (i.e., pressure and temperature are very low and the distillate vapor volume is very large).
The final evaporation stage produces distillate vapor that is considered to be at very poor state conditions. This vapor can either be condensed in a final condenser, in which case its latent heat will be shed as waste, or it can be condensed by using a heat pump Billige Nike Fotball Jerseys online 2016, in which case its latent heat (or a portion of it) can be recovered. In the latter case, the heat pump effectively “upgrades” the state conditions of the latent heat to more usable conditions (higher temperature and pressure) by performing work (e.g., compression). The conditions can be sufficiently upgraded such that the recovered heat can be used to provide additional heat for evaporation in the first effect.

Gustave Bord

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Gustave Bord (1852-1934) est un historien de la Révolution et essayiste français connu pour ses opinions antimaçonniques.

Il est né de Sylvain Bord, entrepreneur de travaux publics Massif Bogner Ski, et de Joséphine Jazerat. Il épouse à Saint Nazaire le 26 juillet 1880 Jeanne-Dolorès Lefebvre des Vallières dont il a deux fils : Georges (1881) et Jacques (1882) tous deux nés en cette même ville

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. Ses premières études historiques ted baker robes 2016, entreprises déjà dans la “Revue de la Bretagne et de la Vendée”, concernent cette région, tels “Saint Nazaire sous la Révolution” (1881) et principalement “La prise de la Bastille et les conséquences de cet évènement dans les provinces jusqu’aux journées des 3-5 octobre 1789” (1882). Légitimiste convaincu et animé d’une grande foi chrétienne, il est l’un des cinq membres du parti monarchiste qui assistent aux obsèques du comte de Chambord en 1883. La même année, il fonde avec Charles d’Héricault la “Revue de la Révolution” et publie (1884-1885), en collaboration avec lui, deux importantes séries de “Documents pour servir à l’histoire de la Révolution Française”. Il essaie aussi de préciser “La vérité sur la condamnation de Louis XVI” (1885). Vingt cinq ans plus tard, il publiera une série d’œuvres maîtresses dont “La conspiration révolutionnaire de 1789 bogner ski wear, les complices, les victimes” (1909) ainsi que “La Franc-maçonnerie en France, des origines à 1815″ (1909), et peu après, une série d'”Études sur la question de Louis XVII. Autour du Temple (1792-1795)”, en 4 volumes parus en 1912 où il conclut à la survivance du Dauphin. Bien que fortuné du fait de son héritage, il ne parvient pas à mener conjointement l’entreprise de son père et ses travaux en histoire. Les dépenses considérables nécessitées par ses recherches l’ayant presque ruiné à la veille de la grande guerre, il est contraint de céder à bas prix des objets d’art et la plus grande partie d’une collection de documents et autographes sur La Révolution et de s’établir à Saint-Malo en tant que professeur d’histoire au collège libre. En 1907, il perd un œil mais n’en poursuit pas moins son inlassable travail d’érudition. Il a ainsi recours, de façon régulière, à “L’Intermédiaire des chercheurs et curieux” fondé et dirigé par son ami Georges Montorgueil, et collabore à divers journaux et périodiques, principalement “Le Salut” de Saint-Malo. Au cours des années 1913 et 1914, il fournit à la “Revue internationale des sociétés secrètes” une série consacrée aux “Illuminés de Bavière” et entretient, aux côtés de Charles Nicoullaud et face à René Guénon, alias “Le Sphinx”, une polémique autour de l’énigme des “Supérieurs inconnus”. Après la guerre, en hommage à ses mérites d’historien, l’Académie Française lui verse une modeste subvention durant quelques années. Il est mort à Saint-Malo le 21 avril 1934 en laissant une œuvre qui ne compte pas moins de vingt-cinq ouvrages et plaquettes. Ses derniers ouvrages, édités en 1930, sont : “Grandes et petites légendes”, “Barfleur et La Hougue” crampons de football de puma pas cher, “Restauration des Stuart” et “La maison du dix-huit brumaire” en collaboration avec L.Bigeard.
D’opinion royaliste, et de tendances contre-révolutionnaires il fonde un comité royaliste cantonal à Saint-Nazaire. Il collabora à la Revue internationale des sociétés secrètes.
Il soutint que la franc-maçonnerie était une secte religieuse matérialiste, professant une doctrine humanitaire internationale et se superposant aux autres religions Pour lui, la Maçonnerie se fonde principalement sur deux idées forces : l’égalité et la fraternité. Il théorisa que si l’on supprimait la première, la Maçonnerie disparaîtrait immédiatement. Il soutient que la maçonnerie était la principale coordinatrice de la Révolution française, mais il fut l’un des premiers à affirmer l’inexistence d’un complot judéo-maçonnique.

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