Wipas Raksakulthai

Posted by darren - febrero 28th, 2017

Wipas Raksakulthai (Thai: วิภาส รักสกุลไทย; born c. 1973) is a Thai businessman currently serving a sentence for lèse majesté following a Facebook post to his account perceived to criticize King Bhumibol. Wipas has been named a prisoner of conscience by Amnesty International.

Wipas is a Thai “Red Shirt”, a supporter of the United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship, the movement loosely affiliated with deposed prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra. On 29 April 2010, he was arrested at his home in Rayong Province by the Department of Special Investigation on charges of lèse majesté, following a Facebook post to his account allegedly criticizing the king. He was 37 years old at the time of his arrest. Wipas denied that he had made the post, stating that his account had been hacked. In May 2011, The Nation quoted a “reliable source” as saying that Wipas had been released on bail

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The Bangkok Post reported that this was thought to be the first lèse majesté charge against a Thai Facebook user belt pack. A media reform activist described the case as escalating “the climate of fear among [Thai] internet users” and stated that “now many people refrain from revealing their real identities on Facebook.”

In its 2011 Annual Report, Amnesty International criticized the arrest, expressing its concern that “[Thai] freedom of expression is being curbed through the use of the emergency decree, the lese majeste law and the Computer Crime Act.” The organization named Wipas a prisoner of conscience, apparently the first in several decades. An advisor to Amnesty International said he was uncertain why Wipas had been classified as a prisoner conscience while the possibly hundreds of other citizens detained under the lese majeste law had not.

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Ligne Shinkansen Tōkaidō

Posted by darren - febrero 28th, 2017

25 kV – 60 Hz

La ligne Shinkansen Tōkaidō (東海道新幹線, Tōkaidō Shinkansen?) est une ligne à grande vitesse japonaise, affectée au transport de voyageurs entre Tokyo et Osaka. Inaugurée en 1964, il s’agit de la plus ancienne ligne à grande vitesse dans le monde, et de la plus fréquentée du Japon avec 151 millions de passagers en 2007.

Les années suivant la Seconde Guerre mondiale ont été marquées par un regain rapide de l’économie au Japon. Cette croissance économique a généré une forte augmentation de la demande de transport de passagers et de marchandises.

Pour répondre à l’augmentation du trafic, la ligne historique Tōkaidō reliant Tokyo à Osaka est électrifiée en 1956. Mais cela se montre insuffisant et la ligne reste saturée.

Une commission gouvernementale est mise sur pied en 1958, dans le but de trouver une solution permettant d’augmenter le trafic de passagers. Trois choix sont évalués :

Bien qu’étant la plus coûteuse à implémenter, la dernière solution fut retenue, signant la naissance de la ligne Shinkansen Tōkaidō.

Les choix techniques utilisés sur cette ligne font d’elle la première ligne à grande vitesse au monde, et marquent le début de la grande vitesse ferroviaire.

L’alimentation des trains au Japon se fait habituellement avec une tension continue de 1,5 kV.

La puissance électrique utilisée pour tracter une rame de Shinkansen est telle (près de 9 MW), que le courant résultant rendrait la distribution électrique sous 1,5 kV problématique. La solution à ce problème consiste à utiliser une tension électrique supérieure.

Le mode d’électrification retenu fut donc une tension de 25 kV alternative à fréquence industrielle (60 Hz dans cette partie du Japon).

Avec une vitesse de croisière à l’origine de 210 km/h, la reconnaissance de la signalisation placée le long de la voie devient problématique, ce qui nécessite de remonter les informations de signalisation directement à la cabine du conducteur.

La construction de la ligne Shinkansen Tōkaidō a débuté en 1959 et s’est achevée en 1964. Le service commercial a été inauguré le 1er octobre 1964, quelques jours avant les Jeux olympiques de Tokyo de 1964 double glass bottle.

Cette ligne était exploitée par l’entreprise publique Japanese National Railways (JNR) jusqu’en 1987, date à laquelle JNR fut privatisée et découpée géographiquement pour donner naissance à 7 compagnies. Depuis 1987, la compagnie JR Central basée à Nagoya possède et exploite la ligne.

En 2006, la ligne Shinkansen Tōkaidō a rapporté plus de 1000 milliards de Yen (soit 8,8 milliards de dollars).

Les trains sillonnant la ligne Shinkansen Tōkaidō sont répartis en trois classes :

La vitesse de croisière maximale est, en 2012, de 270 km/h. Le trajet de Tokyo à Shin-Osaka (552,6 km) est parcouru en 2 heures 25 par les services Nozomi football shirts to buy.

En avril 2011, 323 liaisons ont été programmées quotidiennement, dont 173 Nozomi, 66 Hikari et 84 Kodama.

Au 17 mars 2012, le matériel roulant de la JR Central circulant sur la ligne se compose de 140 rames, toutes de 16 voitures :

La ligne a aussi été parcourue par les Shinkansen série 0 de 1964 à 1999, les Shinkansen série 100 de 1985 à 2003 et les Shinkansen série 300 de 1992 à 2012.

En 2010 sells goalkeeper gloves australia, le trafic annuel de la ligne Shinkansen Tōkaidō était estimé à 141 millions de passagers après avoir connu un pic de fréquentation en 2007 avec 151 millions de voyageurs transportés.

N : Nozomi – H : Hikari – K : Kodama

Une nouvelle ligne plus rapide, la Shinkansen Chūō (中央新幹線?), est actuellement à l’étude pour une ouverture en 2025 après dix ans de travaux.

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Masquerade (theatre group)

Posted by darren - febrero 28th, 2017

Masquerade – the Performance Group is a Chennai based English theatre group. It is one of the few theatre groups in Chennai that survive without commercial financial sponsorship or funding from business houses or the likes, backed by public faith and smaller donorships from patrons, parents of tweens and teens who pay for training workshops. Public performances are rarely priced and income from performances are invariably through hat collections, done consciously as a tool to gauge audience appreciation of the show.

Since 2000, the group has been extensively working with youth both at schools and through private workshops. Since 2009, through its youth & teen theatre initiative, Masquerade Youth Theatre (MYT), Masquerade has been conducting Camp Neuve, an annual three week summer workshop that trains teens between ages 13 and 19 years. This leads to an eventual production featuring the workshop participants. Since 2009, through its The Bear and Beanbag Children’s Theatre, the group has also been involved in presenting story performance sessions to tweens ages 7 to 11, and in conducting theatre and story telling workshops for children in conjunction with hobby centers and after-school experience centers in Chennai.

Masquerade – the Performance Group was conceived in 1993 and launched in June 1994. It debuted with its first performance of Hugo von Hofmannsthal’s Elektra (English translation) at Sittrarangam, a little thatched-roof performance structure inside the Island Grounds that overlooks the War Memorial, near Anna Square.

Founded on the lawns of Max Mueller Bhavan (Chennai), at the Bhavan’s Khader Nawaz Khan Road erstwhile premises, the group was a result of six individuals from various walks of society ranging from ballet dancing to accountancy, costume designing to teaching and research and their common passion towards live theatre art. In a city where English theatre happened originally among a few high-in-the-social ladder aficionado of theatre art then, Masquerade, in the company of a few of its ilk aspiring amateur English theatre youth groups, strove to erase an elitist view of English theatre in Chennai.

With inspirational support from the late Herr Klaus Schindler (then Director) and Herr Franz Xaver Augustin (then Language Dept Head) at Max Mueller Bhavan, Chennai, Masquerade’s first theatre performance was an experimental adaptation of Austrian playwright Hugo von Hofmannsthal’s Elektra. To further foster Masqerade’s theatrical vigour gray football socks, under their artists’ support program, Masquerade’s Artistic Director was sponsored to an internship at Oldenburg Staatstheater with ITI Berlin extending an artist stipend. In its early years, during the 1990s, many of Masquerade’s productions were German plays performed in English. Besides Hofmannsthal’s Elektra (1994), the group added Duerrenmatt’s Romulus the Great (Ides of March 1995 production); Incident at Twilight by the same author (September 1994); and a retro trip through modern and contemporary German drama featuring seminal excerpts from Wedekind’s Spring Awakening, Buechner’s Leonce and Lena, Brecht’s Arturo Ui and Botho Strauss’s plays (June 1995), Buechner’s Leonce and Lena (1997), Guenther Grass’s The Plebeians Rehearse Their Uprising (1998) and The Broken Jug (Kleist) to its German-based repertoire.

In the year 1998, the group also produced Bertolt Brecht’s two Lehrstuecke – The Measures Taken and He Who Said Yes tenderize steak, He Who Said No. The group predominantly worked on the lawns of Max Mueller Bhavan for its rehearsals during this period. Although the group produced several other works of drama literature from English playwrights, such as Confusions (Alan Ayckbourn) and The Ruffian on the Stair (Joe Orton), during this period, the influence of German literature and theatre is evident in its performance style. This had more to do with its Artistic and Creative Director, Dr. S. Krishna Kumar, who spent major periods of his training and learning in Magdeburg, Berlin and Oldenburg, Germany.

Through the 1990s and the early part of the new millennium, the group had a staggering output of around 50 productions (200+ performances), story performances and performative story readings for children, a vast body of poetry readings in conjunction with the Culture Cafe – British Council, Chennai, and collaborations with virtually every local English and parallel Tamil theatre group. Masquerade’s members had also exhaustively lent their hands in support to travelling domestic and international repertories in a technical as well as backstage capacity. In 2003, Masquerade hosted Curtain Raiser’s Kandor (from Malta) featuring the duo of Patrick Vella and Claire Agius, who travelled to India from Edinburgh Fringe and performed in Chennai and Cochin.

At the turn of the century, the group had three very notable productions to its credit. Its 1999-2000 production of Alan Bennett’s Kafka’s Dick fabric razor, 2000 production of David Mamet’s Oleanna and Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night (in collaboration with the India’s oldest amateur English theatre group the Madras Players, 2002) underlined the group’s status of an important English theatre group of the city.

Later in 2004, 10 years after Masquerade’s inception, when the group decided to found Chennai’s first youth theatre group Landing Stage, Electra was again the debut performance.

Masquerade has currently completed 20 seasons and is close to 80+ productions. The group has branched off into supporting the growth of teen and tween theatre activity in the city, with its Masquerade Youth Theatre (2009) and the Bear & Beanbag Children’s Theater (2010).

Masquerade was instrumental in setting up and promoting Natak, an inter-collegiate theatre festival. The first season of Natak was in 2000, which saw participants from various city colleges. The following year saw entries from colleges across India. Students were given the platform to design, plan and execute the entire production. Students were provided professional support by the Masquerade team in areas of light and sound design and execution, as well as with backstage support and planning. A stipend was paid to the teams to minimize the financial burden. A standard set of lights and sound equipment, paid for by Masquerade, was made available to the teams in designing their shows.

Natak gave the first platform for many of Chennai’s emerging talent, several of whom were active performers on Chennai’s stage as well as its famed film industry – Kollywood today. These included Abhinav Suresh (Crea-Shakthi), Nikhila Kesavan (the Madras Players), Aruna Ganeshram (Visual Respiration) and Andrea Jacob (actress). A majority of stage to screen acting talents of today’s Tamil film industry have had a brush with Masquerade’s theatre oeuvre at some point or other. These include Karthik Kumar (Evam), Karthik Srinivasan (TMK) (Sideways), Shankar Sundaram (the Madras Players), Paul Mathew, Yog Japee (theatre Y), Mathivanan Rajendran & Rajiv Rajaram (Stray Factory) and RJ/TV anchor Jagan.

Performances are social and community-oriented. Masquerade introduced “Three @ Twenty”, a community theatre initiative to promote new writers, in 2006.

An important feature of the group’s presence is its celebration of World Theatre Day on March 27, each year. Since 2002, the group has celebrated the special day with a performance or hosting a production for another company or curating a festival, as they did in 2010 with “ACT 1”, a festival of solo performances featuring some of the city’s best performers across Tamil, English and Hindi theatre.

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Christian Annan

Posted by darren - febrero 28th, 2017

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Il compte 10 sélections en équipe nationale depuis 2014. Il joue actuellement pour le club hongkongais du Kitchee.

Christian Annan est convoqué pour la première fois par le sélectionneur national Kim Pan-gon pour un match des éliminatoires de la Coupe d’Asie 2015 face au Viêt Nam le . Il sort à la 30e minute à la place de Lam Hok Hei (défaite 3-1).

Il compte une sélection et zéro but avec l’équipe de Hong Kong depuis 2014 water bottles for sale.

Le tableau ci-dessous résume les statistiques en match officiel de Christian Annan durant sa carrière de joueur professionnel sock ties football.

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Exposition universelle, internationale et coloniale

Posted by darren - febrero 28th, 2017

De Exposition universelle clothes fluff remover, internationale et coloniale was een wereldtentoonstelling die in 1894 in de Franse stad Lyon werd gehouden in het parc de la Tête d’Or aan de noordrand van de stad. De tentoonstelling werd onder meer bekend door de aanslag op de Franse President tijdens zijn bezoek op 24 juni 1894. President Sadi Carnot bezweek een dag later aan zijn verwondingen.

De tentoonstelling is opgezet in het verlengde van een project om in 1892 een nationale tentoonstelling te houden. Om een grotere interval te creëren tot de wereldtentoonstelling van 1889 in Parijs werd de uitvoering twee jaar opgeschoven.

Het project kreeg achtereenvolgens verschillende werknamen, namelijk: “l’Exposition internationale et coloniale de Lyon, en 1894”, “Exposition nationale de Lyon en 1894”, “l’Exposition universelle de 1894”, “Exposition internationale et coloniale”. De tentoonstelling viel samen met die van Antwerpen.

De tentoonstelling werd gemarkeerd door een metalen koepel met een diameter van 242 meter en een hoogte van 55 meter. Daarnaast waren er diverse thema paviljoens op het terrein te vinden; Onderwijs (palais de l’enseignement), Parijs, het département Rhône en de stad Lyon, Geloof (palais des arts religieux), Economie (palais de l’économie sociale), Schone kunsten, Landbouw what is the best way to tenderize meat, Arbeid, Spoorwegen, Bouwkunde en Bosbouw running hip bag. Daarnaast waren de Franse koloniën vertegenwoordigd met verschillende paviljoens; Algerije (palais de l’Algérie), Tunesië (palais de la Tunisie), Zuidoost-Azië (palais de l’Indochine) en Frans West-Afrika (palais de l’Afrique occidentale).

De tentoonstelling trok 3,8 miljoen bezoekers, het succes van de tentoonstelling leidde tot de naamswijziging van de aangrenzende woonwijk van Tête d’Or in Tonkin de Villeurbanne. Hiermee werd verwezen naar Noord-Vietnam (Tonkin) destijds onderdeel van Frans Indochina en kwam men tegemoet aan de hang naar het exotische van de koloniën onder de bewoners van de wijk.

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Stronie Śląskie

Posted by darren - febrero 28th, 2017

Stronie Śląskie (niem. Seitenberg) – miasto w województwie dolnośląskim, w powiecie kłodzkim, siedziba gminy miejsko-wiejskiej Stronie Śląskie.

Położone na ziemi kłodzkiej. W latach 1975–1998 miasto administracyjnie należało do województwa wałbrzyskiego.

Miasto było znanym ośrodkiem przemysłu szklarskiego dzięki Hucie Szkła Kryształowego „Violetta”, założonej w 1864 i postawionej w stan upadłości w 2008 r. Najbardziej lesista gmina w Polsce, bogata w unikatową florę i faunę.

Według danych z 31 marca 2011 miasto liczyło 6086 mieszkańców.

Stronie Śląskie to niewielkie uprzemysłowione miasto w szerokiej i rozgałęzionej dolinie rzek: Białej Lądeckiej, Morawki i Siennej Wody. Cztery pasma górskie wydzielają dolinę running waist pouch, w której leży Stronie Śląskie: od północy Góry Złote, od południowego wschodu Góry Bialskie, od południa Masyw Śnieżnika zaś od zachodu góry Krowiarki.

Miejscowość nosiła nazwę Seitenberg i była niewielką wsią położoną obok znacznie większego Schreckendorf – dzisiejszego Strachocina. Wieś znana była wówczas z niewielkiego pałacyku królewny Marianny Orańskiej oraz manufakturowej huty ręcznie zdobionego szkła Oranienhütte. Rozwój przemysłu umożliwiło wybudowanie w 1897 r. linii kolejowej do Kłodzka.

W maju 1945 Seitenberg zajęty został przez wojska radzieckie. Miejscowość przyłączono następnie do Polski, wysiedlając jej dotychczasowych mieszkańców do Niemiec. Wobec braku historycznej nazwy słowiańskiej, Polacy początkowo nazywali miejscowość Żybocin, jednak w 1946 r. wprowadzono urzędowo obecną nazwę, nawiązującą znaczeniowo do formy niemieckiej (Seitenberg = „stronna góra”). Wieś zyskała na znaczeniu na przełomie lat 40. i 50 water bottle online. XX wieku. Rozrosła się dzięki odkrytym w okolicy złożom fluorytu i rud uranu. Mimo że wydobywania rud uranowych zaprzestano dość szybko, a nieopłacalne kopalnie zasypano, to po inwestycji pozostało spore osiedle mieszkaniowe Morawka.

Dalszy rozwój zapewniła Stroniu znaczna rozbudowa huty szkła oraz rozpoczęcie wydobycia marmurów na skalę przemysłową. Dzięki temu w 1967 r. Stronie otrzymało prawa miejskie włączając w swój obręb wsie Strachocin oraz Goszów. Huta Szkła Kryształowego „Violetta” (spółka akcyjna) była głównym pracodawcą miasteczka obok zlokalizowanego tu wojewódzkiego szpitala psychiatrycznego.

Obecnie gmina stawia na turystykę – leży w pięknym krajobrazowo regionie, jest najbardziej lesista w Polsce, posiada sporo ciekawych miejsc. Przemysł powoli zanika na korzyść rekreacji i sportu. Główną atrakcję stanowi tu odkryta w latach 60. XX w. Jaskinia Niedźwiedzia w Kletnie. Od kilku lat okolica przyciąga turystów dobrymi warunkami narciarskimi, m.in fabric defuzzer. dzięki kompleksowi wyciągów na Czarnej Górze. Turystyce sprzyja także malowniczość górskich pejzaży, bliskość szczytu Śnieżnika oraz znanego uzdrowiska Lądka-Zdroju.

Piramida wieku mieszkańców Stronia Śląskiego w 2014 roku.

Cała gmina leży na terenie Śnieżnickiego Parku Krajobrazowego i jego otuliny. Park utworzono w 1981 r. dla ochrony górskiego krajobrazu. Na terenie gminy utworzone są cztery rezerwaty:

Według rejestru Narodowego Instytutu Dziedzictwa na listę zabytków wpisane są:

inne zabytki:

Czarna Góra w Siennej, blisko 10 kilometrów tras narciarskich (4 trasy z homologacją FIS), 3 koleje krzesełkowe, 7 talerzyków oraz 3 taśmy bieżne dla początkujących, poza tym znajdziemy liczne atrakcje nie tylko w sezonie zimowym tj: kolej krzesełkowa czynna cały rok, najdłuższa w Polsce zjeżdżalnia grawitacyjna ok. 900 metrów czynna cały rok, wieża widokowa na szczycie Czarnej Góry oraz trasy do uprawiania ekstremalnego kolarstwa górskiego np. Downhill, Freer

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Głównym węzłem komunikacyjnym okolicy jest miasto powiatowe Kłodzko football on tee, od którego prowadzą do Stronia dobrze utrzymane asfaltowe szosy. Do miasteczka można dojechać od północy z Kłodzka, Lądka-Zdroju i Złotego Stoku. Od zachodu prowadzi droga z Bystrzycy Kłodzkiej i Międzylesia. Ze Stronia można wygodnie dojechać do wszystkich okolicznych wsi asfaltowymi drogami.

Miasto jest skomunikowane autobusami z Lądkiem-Zdrojem, Kłodzkiem, Bystrzycą Kłodzką, Nową Rudą, Świdnicą, Wałbrzychem, Wrocławiem i Kudową-Zdrojem. Stronie jest ostatnią stacją linii prowadzącej z Kłodzka przez Lądek-Zdrój. W gminie funkcjonują dwa turystyczne przejścia małego ruchu granicznego dla pieszych i rowerzystów na szczycie Śnieżnika oraz dla ruchu samochodowego na przełęczy Płoszczyna powyżej wsi Nowa Morawa.

Kursy pasażerskie na linii kolejowej z Kłodzka są czasowo zawieszone (2006.07.17).

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Hong Kong Third Division League

Posted by darren - febrero 28th, 2017

Hong Kong Third Division League is the fourth-highest division overall in the Hong Kong football league system under the organisation of Hong Kong Football Association goalkeeper jersey online.

Starting from the 2012–13 season, the two divisions of Hong Kong Third Division League will merge into one. Teams of Third Division League in the 2012–13 team are the 2 final round losing team and the 3rd to 10th placed teams of Hong Kong Third A Division League, along with the 3rd and 4th placed teams of Hong Kong Third District Division League. The remaining teams from Hong Kong Third A Division League and Hong Kong Third District Division League will compete in Hong Kong Fourth Division League in the 2012–13 season cool goalkeeper gloves.

Before the 2012–13 season, it was divided into two parallel leagues: Hong Kong Third ‘A’ Division League and Hong Kong Third ‘District’ Division League watertight pouch. The first one was competed by club teams while the later one was played by teams sent by each District Council of Hong Kong. The top two teams in each league entered into the Third Division League Final Round to compete for the two promotion places to Hong Kong Second Division League.

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Subject 13

Posted by darren - febrero 28th, 2017

Subject 13” is the 15th episode of the third season of the American science fiction drama television series Fringe, and the 58th episode overall. Inspired by fan reaction to the show’s previous flashback episode, “Peter”, “Subject 13” occurs 25 years before the show’s current timeline goalkeeper uniform set, in 1985 a few months after “Peter”. The episode, with scenes set in both the prime and the parallel universe, explore Walter and Elizabeth Bishop’s attempts to return Peter to the parallel universe using the Cortexiphan-induced abilities of young Olivia Dunham, while Walternate in the parallel universe struggles to deal with the kidnapping of his son.

Showrunners Jeff Pinkner and J. H. Wyman, as well as consulting producer Akiva Goldsman wrote the episode, while producer Frederick E. O. Toye worked as the director. Guest actress Orla Brady returned to reprise the role of Elizabeth, while Chandler Canterbury, Karley Scott Collins, and Chris Bradford made their first guest appearances. On its initial broadcast in the United States on February 25, 2011, an estimated 4.0 million viewers tuned in. Critical reception to the episode was overwhelmingly positive. It was ranked the third best episode of the entire series by Entertainment Weekly.

“Subject 13” is set in 1985, a few months after the events of “Peter”, during which Walter (John Noble) brought the parallel universe’s version of his son Peter into the prime one to cure him of a genetic disease. In the following months, Peter (Chandler Canterbury) doubts he is from the prime universe, and attempts to drown himself in Reiden Lake, believing it the way to his universe. Elizabeth (Orla Brady), Walter’s wife, worries for the boy, and takes him with her to Jacksonville, Florida, where Walter is studying the effects of the nootropic drug on several children. Walter and Elizabeth agree they need to return Peter to the parallel universe for both the child’s sanity and to prevent that universe from discovering theirs.

In the parallel universe, Walternate’s (Noble) position as national security czar makes Peter’s disappearance a major news story. Walternate falls into a deep depression, unable to explain how his child has been kidnapped by someone that looked exactly like him. Elizabeth coaxes him out of his depression and he returns to Bishop Dynamic in Florida to continue his job.

One of Walter’s subjects is young Olivia Dunham (Karley Scott Collins), aka “Subject 13”. Walter suspects Olivia’s stepfather (Chris Bradford) is abusing her based on bruises she carries and frightening drawings in her sketchbook, but Olivia refuses to talk about it. One night, as Olivia is about to be struck by her stepfather, she temporarily finds herself in a different place; the next day, she draws in her sketchbook a picture of what she saw in the other place: a zeppelin (which are a common mode of transportation in the alternate universe). Walter realizes that Olivia crossed over to the parallel universe

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, and can be the means for returning Peter. Walter puts Olivia under several tests to try to coax her to cross over, eventually eliminating all emotions but fear as the triggering mechanism. He arranges a traumatic test for Olivia, but instead of crossing over, she exhibits pyrokinesis and sets the room afire. In the confusion of extinguishing the blaze, she disappears.

Peter, discovering a picture of white tulips in Olivia’s book, is able to find her nearby. After they introduce themselves, Olivia admits to being scared of going home to her stepfather. Peter tells her to trust Walter and to face her fear, and then returns her to the child care center, to everyone’s relief. As Olivia waits for her stepfather, she sketches a picture of her and Peter in her book. As her stepfather is about to arrive, Olivia decides she must tell Walter about him, and rushes to his office. Olivia, in tears, hands Walter the sketchbook, explaining about her stepfather’s abuse and that she knew she had crossed over to the parallel universe. She is interrupted by a sound from behind her: it is Walter. Olivia had temporarily entered the parallel universe and spoken to Walternate. Walter takes Olivia to her stepfather, but warns the man that he will be reported to social services if Olivia is harmed again.

Elizabeth and Peter return to Reiden Lake, and Peter eventually comes to call Elizabeth his mom, but Elizabeth becomes forlorn after she realizes the lie she has been maintaining for the last few months. The episode ends in the parallel universe, where Walternate has reviewed Olivia’s sketchbook, including her latest picture of her and Peter; now aware of the parallel universe, Walternate gains new resolve to get his Peter back.

“Subject 13” was co-written by co-showrunners Jeff Pinkner, J. H. Wyman and consulting producer Akiva Goldsman, while former Fringe producer Frederick E. O. Toye directed. It was the first episode Toye directed since the first season. In an interview with TV Guide, Pinkner and Wyman revealed they had known Olivia and Peter met as children for a long time, but did not decide to show this to the audience until they wrote the episode. Wyman described Elizabeth Bishop’s successful lie at making Peter believe she is his real mother as “the beginning of the end for her,” as her character will ultimately commit suicide.

Olivia’s abusive stepfather, whom she non-fatally shot when nine years old, makes his first appearance in “Subject 13”. In early January 2011, TVline’s Michael Ausiello exclusively reported that Fringe was casting for an actor to play the part. Several news sources later in early March noticed on the Internet Movie Database that actor Chris Bradford had been cast. The casting report later turned out to be true, as Bradford appeared in the episode. Chandler Canterbury appeared in the episode as a young Peter Bishop, a role previously played by Quinn Lord in the second season episode “Peter”. Karley Scott Collins also made a guest appearance as a younger version of Olivia Dunham.

Actor John Noble, who played two versions of a younger Walter in both “Peter” and “Subject 13”, described the process it took to make him appear years younger in an interview with Digital Spy:

“Our makeup lady, particularly for the second flashback, worked out some terrific techniques to get the skin softer so it loses the wrinkles and so forth. This year we’ve come up with some terrific technology. And [I have] a beautiful handmade wig which at that stage was the right length – should we go on further we’d need to trim it back. We’ve looked at it really carefully. As we become more efficient it’s generally about three or four hours in makeup”.

As with other Fringe episodes, Fox released a science lesson plan in collaboration with Science Olympiad for grade school children, focusing on the science seen in “Subject 13”, with the intention of having “students learn about adaptation and how the process helps organisms survive in their specific ecological environment.”

The show reuses the 1980s-styled introduction sequence from “Peter”. One scene set in the prime universe is at a toy store and shows many vintage toys of that period, including toys from Ghostbusters, Battlestar Galactica, and G.I. Joe, as well as an Atari 2600 entertainment system. There, a boy can be seen playing the 1982 video game Joust. Before her stepfather strikes her, young Olivia is seen reading the book Winter’s Tale by Mark Helprin. Among the tests Walter puts Olivia through is the Project Christmas block test (“The Indicator”) from Alias, another television series created by Fringe executive producer J.J. Abrams. In the parallel universe, Walternate is credited with making the Star Wars program work, leading to his role as the national security czar. The episode also features a reference to the DC Comics character Green Lantern, dubbed Red Lantern in the parallel universe, as noted by Peter.

One of the other identified students at the daycare center is Nick Lane, whose adult character appears in the episodes “Bad Dreams” and “Over There”. In parallel with William Bell’s founding of the technology company Massive Dynamic in the prime universe, Walternate has founded Bishop Dynamic in the parallel universe, situated in Jacksonville. The field of white tulips revisits the theme of the episode “White Tulip” from Season 2, where Walter believes that seeing a white tulip is a sign of God’s forgiveness of his actions. The video of Olivia setting fire to the lab, as well as the setting of the nursery school where the Cortexiphan experiments took place, are references to the second season episode “Jacksonville”.

“Subject 13” first aired on the Fox network in the United States on February 25, 2011. It retained similar viewership from the previous week’s episode, “6B”, with an estimated 4.0 million viewers and a 1.5 ratings share among those aged between 18 and 49. In that demographic, “Subject 13” helped Fox tie with CBS for first place, though Fox placed in fourth among total viewers where to buy authentic jerseys. Time shifted viewing increased the episode’s ratings among adults by 53 percent to a 2.3 ratings share.

The episode received almost universal critical praise. Andrew Hanson from the Los Angeles Times called it one of his favorite Fringe episodes due to the “incredible” opening, Brady and Noble’s “outstanding” performances, and the scene with Olivia unknowingly talking to Walternate. Like Hanson, Ken Tucker from Entertainment Weekly also praised the actors’ performances, and thought it was “one of the most moving and revelatory episodes in the series’ short history”. Though he felt the episode did not quite match up to “Peter”, Ramsey Isler from IGN rated “Subject 13” an 8.5/10. He believed the opening to be “tense and surprising” and praised the child actors’ performances. Finally, he thought the scene in which Olivia accidentally encounters Walternate was a “brilliant plot twist that ties a lot of things together”.

CNN’s Henry Hanks wrote the episode “is reason enough to bring this series back for another season,” and praised Noble’s performance as Emmy-worthy; Hanks also loved the “genius” musical score written by composers Michael Giacchino and Chris Tilton. Noel Murray from The A.V. Club graded the episode with an A-, explaining that, like the other reviewers, he loved the opening sequence with Peter on the lake, the newest mythology details, as well as how Walternate discovered the prime universe. Murray also loved the “mood” of the episode, but had minor problems with the plot, as he thought it was now harder to believe Olivia, Peter, and Walter were strangers to each other in the first season. James Poniewozik of Time magazine concluded that the episode “was not the revelation that ‘Peter’ was, though a phase-shifting Olivia’s mistaking of Walternate for Walter was one of the series’ most mindblowing moments (and, again, a Lostian bit of disorienting sleight of hand). But it was again an effective detour in which Fringe reminded us that time has parallels just as space does, and that the past is emotionally overlaid on the present just as its Over There is overlaid on our world.”

TV.com staff highlighted “Subject 13” as one of the best television episodes of the 2010–11 United States network television schedule. Jeff Jensen of Entertainment Weekly named “Subject 13” the third best episode of the series, explaining “The nighttime scene between the two kids (well played by Chandler Canterbury and Karley Scott Collins) in the field of white tulips might be the most memorable scene in all of Fringe. ‘Subject 13’ is also one of the great parallel universe episodes, too, charting the shattering impact of Peter’s abduction on both sets of Walter and Elizabeth (Orla Brady). ‘Subject 13’ was so essential, so emotionally wrenching.” IGN found the episode to be the fifth best of the series.

At the 33rd Young Artist Awards, Chandler Canterbury received a nomination for Best Performance In a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actor 11-13, but lost to Austin Michael Coleman of House M.D. and Baljodh Nagra of R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour.

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Shenyang JJ-1

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Die Shenyang JJ-1 ist ein zweisitziger chinesischer Strahltrainer und die erste Konstruktion der Shenyang Aircraft Corporation nach deren Gründung triathlon running belt. Sie sollte die Lücke zwischen dem Basistrainer und einem Einsatzmuster auffüllen.

Die Konstruktion begann im Oktober 1956. Es entstand eine Ganzmetallkonstruktion mit Tiefdeckerflügeln und Einziehfahrwerk. Die beiden Besatzungsmitglieder saßen hintereinander, die Lufteinläufe befanden sich an den Rumpfseiten und speisten eine einzelne Zentrifugalturbine.

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George Fordyce

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Sir George Fordyce (* 18. November 1736 in Aberdeen, Schottland; † 25. Mai 1802 in London) war ein schottischer Arzt und Chemiker.

George Fordyce wurde im Jahre 1736 bei Aberdeen geboren. Sein Vater George Fordyce senior war Eigner eines kleinen Landgutes namens Broadford, das in der Nähe der Stadt Aberdeen lag, er starb kurze Zeit vor seiner Geburt. Sein Großvater (fraglich 1663–1733), ein Propst aus Aberdeen, gehörte zu einer Großfamilie mit zwanzig Kindern, von denen mehrere auch öffentlich bekannt wurden, etwa David Fordyce (1711–1751) einem schottischen Philosophen und Professor der Philosophie. Seine Großmutter, und seines Großvaters zweite Ehefrau, war die Elizabeth Fordyce (1688–1760), Tochter des Revd. David Brown (1663–1704) und der Katherine Blackwell († 1717).

In Foveran, (Aberdeenshire) begann er seine schulische Ausbildung und setzte diese in der Folge am Marischal College in Aberdeen fort, das er mit dem akademischen Titel des Master of Arts im Alter von 14 Jahren verließ.

Fordyce war entschlossen Medizin zu studieren, zunächst wurde er aber von seinem Onkel, dem Arzt Dr. John Fordyce, aus Uppingham, in Rutlandshire auf den medizinischen Beruf vorbereitet. Später folgte der Besuch der Universität in Edinburgh, University of Edinburgh wo er vom Jahre 1754 bis 1758 Medizin studierte. Fordyce schloss sein Studium im Oktober 1758 mit einer Inaugural-Dissertation De Catarrho, (Dissertatio medica inauguralis, de catarrho. (…) Ad diem 13 Octobris meridie, loco solito), ab.

Hier war er unter anderem Schüler von William Cullen (1710–1790), der auch sein Interesse an der Chemie, der Materia medica, aber auch tiefere Einblicke in die praktische Medizin weckte. Von Edinburgh aus ging er zunächst nach London, wo er bei William Hunter (1718–1783) seine anatomischen Kenntnisse erweiterte und im Chelsea Physic Garden seine pharmakologischen und botanischen. Im Jahre 1759 besuchte er für kurze Zeit Bernhard Siegfried Albinus (1697–1770) in Leyden auch hier zu dem Zwecke seine Anatomiekenntnisse vertiefen zu können.

Noch im gleichen Jahre 1759 kehrte er nach England zurück und beschloss sich erneut in London als Arzt und Dozent niederzulassen. Er hielt eine Reihe von Vorlesungen über Chemie. Im Jahr 1764 begann er auch eine Vorlesungsreihe über die Materia medica und die Praxis der Physik. Fordyce hielt diese viel besuchten Vorträge über einen Zeitraum von fast 30 Jahren.

Am Dienstag den 25. Juni 1765 erhielt Fordyce sein Lizentiat des College of Physicians, Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians.

Fünf Jahre später wurde die Stelle eines Arztes am St. Thomas Hospital durch den Tod von Mark Akenside (1721–1770) vakant. Fordyce war neben anderen ein Kandidat der sich letztlich im Wettbewerb mit Sir William Watson durchsetzte. Am Mittwoch des 11. Juli 1770 erhielt er diese Position und behielt sie bis zu seinem Tode.

Im Jahr 1774 wurde er zum Mitglied des Literary Club gewählt, und im Jahre 1776 zum Mitglied der Fellow of the Royal Society hier schrieb er mehrere Aufsätze in der Philosophical Transactions.

Ebenfalls in diesem Jahre, im Januar 1774 wurde Fordyce und andere von Charles Blagden, dem Sekretär der Royal Society, zu dessen Hitzeresistenz-Experimenten eingeladen.

Im Jahre 1787 wählte man ihn ex speciali gratia (lat. aus besonderer Gnade) zum Mitglied der Royal College of Physicians. Die Mitgliedschaft im College of Physicians, war eine große Ehre little shaver, weil damals in der Regel nur Absolventen der englischen Universitäten Anspruch auf die Gemeinschaft hatten. Er hielt im Jahr 1791 die Harveian Oration. Die Harveian Oration ist eine jährliche Vorlesung, die seit 1656, am Royal College of Physicians of London gehalten wird.

Obgleich William Black als einer der eigentlichen Begründer der evidenzbasierten Medizin betrachtet werden kann, wurde die Verbindung der Begriffe Evidenz und Medizin erstmals von Fordyce in einem von ihm 1793 publizierten Artikel An Attempt to Improve the Evidence of Medicine vorgenommen.

Fordyce nahm im Jahre 1788 eine wichtige Rolle bei der Zusammenstellung des neuen Arzneibuchs Pharmacopoeia Londinensis ein. Im Jahr 1793 unterstützte er die Bildung einer Gesellschaft zur Verbesserung des medizinischen und chirurgischen Wissen. Fordyce war auch ein durchaus spekulativer Denker, der sich mit den Kräften der Affinität und wie sie zwischen den kleinsten Teilchen der Materie wirkten beschäftigte. Er entwickelte eine unfertige Version zur Atomtheorie vor dreißig Jahren vor John Dalton (1766–1844) seine eigene Theorie (Dalton-Modell 1803) hierzu formulierte. Er spekulierte über die Zahl der Teilchen, die sich miteinander kombinieren und wie dabei die Gewichte von Substanzen in die Kombinationen von Teilchen zusammenpassen würden tenderize steak.

Fordyce führte chemisch, experimentelle Untersuchungen, etwa zur bzw. gegen die Phlogistontheorie durch. Er untersuchte die Massenzunahme bei Kalzination von Metallen (was gegen die Phlogiston-Theorie sprach), stellte fest, dass Säuren und Basen neutrale Salze bilden, falls sie in bestimmtem Massenverhältnis sind und benutzte 1792 als Erster Alkalihydroxid bei der Säure-Base-Titration (statt wie bis dahin üblich Kaliumcarbonat).

Fordyce soll zunächst als praktizierender Arzt nicht erfolgreich gewesen sein

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, was man zum Teil auch auf seine vernachlässigte äußere Erscheinung und Kleidung zurückführte. Im späteren Leben praktizierte er hingegen erfolgreich, bis seine Gesundheit ihn zwang seine ärztliche Tätigkeit aufzugeben.

Im Jahre 1762 heiratete er die Tochter von Charles Stuart bottle belt running, Esq., Konservator der schottischen Privilegien in der. Vereinigten Niederlande, Esq., conservator of Scots privileges in the United Netherlands. Er war der Vater von zwei Söhnen die jung starben, George als Kind und William ertrank in der Themse im Alter von elf Jahren. Nur die beiden Töchter überlebten ihn. Eine seiner Töchter, Mary Sophia Fordyce heiratete Samuel Bentham (1757–1832) (den Bruder von Jeremy Bentham) während Margaret niemals verheiratet war. Sein Porträt ist im St. Thomas Hospital ausgestellt, und wurde von Thomas Phillips (1770–1845) im Jahr 1796 geschaffen.

Er starb an Folgeerkrankungen, die mit Gicht (Hyperurikämie) assoziiert waren am 25. Mai 1802 in seinem Haus in Essex Street, Strand in London und wurde in St. Anne’s Church in Soho begraben.

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