As the result of a chance encounter with design students studying the impact of the olympics on the unique area of Hackney Wick, Colin Priest has organised their work in to an exposition to coincide with the London Festival of Architecture

The prospect of urban change and the everyday negotiation of regeneration can be uniquely witnessed in Hackney Wick right now. Cut off by the infrastructural margins of the A12, the Lea River and the Greenway path, the area has become a peripheral periphery, a working island nevertheless. Signifcant as an influential creative urban community on the edge of Olympic

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Comparative study of methods of washing and efficient removal of flux residues. Part 1

In the electronics industry to remove water-soluble flux residues widely used processes based on pure deionized water. However, the latest industry developments and customer experience have shown that these aqueous processes no longer provide the required levels of cleanliness and do not guarantee the long-term reliability of the assembly.


Systems wash with deionized (DI) water is becoming increasingly difficult to meet the requirements of cleanliness associated with increasing packing density of modern printed designs, the miniaturization of components and the increasing use of low-profile components. In addition, significantly increased the use of lead-free solders require higher temperature reflow. This

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Is There An ES sound?

Gibson’s ES models offer a ‘woodier’ sound than a straight solidbody, but there’s pretty much nothing they can’t do. If you play in a hardcore metal band, you can leave an ES in the store – but otherwise they’ve been made famous across a melange of great guitar music.

The first Electric Spanish, the ES-150, is best heard played by Charlie Christian. The Genius Of The Electric Guitar (4CDs) is a superb primer for early guitar solos. Elvis Presley’s Sun Sessions showcases Scotty Moore’s work on various ES’s, notably the ES-295. As for other deep-bodied ESs in a later, different

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The medieval mosaics of Rome. 7th century.

Of all the monumental scenery of Rome. founded in the VII century, it has survived only a few. The situation is similar to the works of this period in Byzantium. Based on these few examples left in its original form it can be judged that the artistic processes taking place in Rome at this time, represent a gradual departure from the Byzantine influences and the formation of their own style based on the ancient traditions of the city of Saint Peter and processing borrowed ideas shapes and motifs introduced by other cultural centers of the Christian East. The scenery apses

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Comparative-historical method in linguistics

Comparative-historical study of languages ​​in general, uses a variety of special techniques-techniques. It seems appropriate in this general complex system of scientific methods of comparative-historical research, not forgetting about its integrity, provide separate special tricks for closer consideration.

Comparative-historical method will make and unrelated languages, unless they are still genetically identical units. For example, this method is applicable to a joint study of the German language and zapadnofinskih as words such as Finnish. kuningas, rengas, kultaHT.n., historically, respectively identical DVN. kuning, yes. cyning, Disley. hringr, DVN. and yes. bring, of gul, Disley. gull, DVN. and yes. gold and so on.

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Is the universe a loop?

Aaron Hardy

Cosmologists have given serious thought as to whether our universe is curved rather than flat. In a flat universe, two parallel lines running next to each other will never meet. That seems sensible, but were we to draw two parallel lines on Earth they would eventually coincide at the poles. That is because the Earth is curved.

If the universe were looped, like a doughnut, then in theory if you travelled far enough you would loop around and end up where you began. Light would also do the same thing, so in theory, if the universe were small

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Comparative «sadovedenie»


— Do you think of the program, which operate kindergartens in Poland and Russia look like?

— Yes, they are similar to their approach to work with young children and philosophical justification of this approach.

— Does the Polish general government program, which should work for kindergarten? Or each kindergarten working on its program?

— No single government program for all kindergarten we have. Programs lot. Each kindergarten can choose the one he likes. It is possible to modify the selected program. You can even write your own. But there are certain requirements of the Ministry of Education, which

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Is the space between planetary systems the same as the space between galaxies?

Amanda Ellis

That depends on where it is. Contrary to popular belief, space is not a true vacuum. It’s filled with gases and dust, elements and molecules of all kinds. In our Solar System the space between planets contains a smattering of dust left over from the birth of the planets. On rare occasions, from very dark sites, you can actually see this dust as it reflects sunlight – we call it the zodiacal light.

There is more gas in the space between the stars. Measurements show that the Sun is currently passing through a small tuft of hydrogen gas,

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Special BMP — 800 L

Jig-class household is equipped with quite a powerful 800-watt motor. Tool handle kerf in the tree depth up to 100 mm in steel — 10 mm.

Located on top of the body setting dial indicates the presence of an electronic system with which the user can select the desired frequency range moves. At the bottom of the housing of the pendulum action switch stages.

The model number of the notable features for its class. For example, the saw blade can be installed without an auxiliary tool. The support base is made of a casting, which adds to the stiffness of

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Iraqi Air Force To Get Seabird Seekers

ARMY BRIGADIER General Mark Kimmitt, Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) deputy operations director of Multinational Force Iraq, announced in Baghdad on June 15 the purchase of the first two aircraft for the new Iraqi Air Force. The Seabird Aviation Jordan Seeker SB7L-360 surveillance aircraft are the first of 16 to provide a reconnaissance capability following a hurried tender process.

Delivery of the first two aircraft to Basra is scheduled for mid-July, giving the company a very tight deadline to deliver new-build aircraft, mission-specified avionics, communications and surveillance systems, aircrew and ground support personnel training, as well as assemble logistics support packages.

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