1858 – Current Three years after the admission of Minnesota into the Union as the 32nd U.S. state, explode the American Civil War in 1861 against 11 states in the U.S. South, which had split the country and formed Confederate States of America. Minnesota was the first state to offer troops to the Union to fight the Confederates. In August 1862, while occurring relatively far from the State the major battles and conflicts of the Civil War, the Sioux made a major attack on the communities inhabited by Americans of European descent. In this attack, the Sioux killed over 500 people and destroyed several communities and plantations. Minnesota militia and U.S. forces finally defeated the Sioux. After the Civil War’s end, Minnesota was in a period of high growth and economic prosperity.He built large numbers of mills to process the wheat grown in the region, factories were built in Minneapolis, and railways came to connect Minnesota with the rest of the country. Besides, the state government, along with the railway companies, was interested in attracting more people to the region. The government of Minnesota and railway companies large amounts of leaflets distributed in Europe, especially in the newly united Germany and Scandinavia. Large numbers of European immigrants, mostly Germans, and to a lesser extent, Norwegian, Swedish and Irish, settled in the State between the 1870s and 1890s. In the early 1880s, the discovery of vast iron deposits in Minnesota. Several more would be discovered in 1890, and even later, in the late 1910s. The iron ore quickly became one of the main sources of government revenue. Family of Minnesota in 1890.In 1889, William W. Mayo and his two sons founded a medical clinic, the Mayo Clinic (Mayo Clinic) in Rochester. The clinic became well known in the state, and finally the family in May turn what initially was a small clinic in a hospital. Currently, the Mayo Clinic is one of the medical research world’s most prestigious. In 1894, a major fire broke out in the woods of Minnesota, known as the Great Hinckley Fire. The fires spread over nearly a thousand square kilometers of forest, killing approximately 400 people and nearly a million dollars in damages. Subsequently, in 1918, there would be another great fire, claiming again death of about 400 people, and this time, causing more than 25 million in damages. The period of great prosperity and economic growth in Minnesota would be extended until the mid-1920s.However, this prosperity, for the most part, enjoyed only the railroad companies (who charged a lot for the transport of products produced in Minnesota to other regions of the country), and banking institutions and politicians. During the 1890s and 1900s, large numbers of farmers, miners and industrial workers joined trade unions and cooperatives. After the First World War, which significantly increased sales of iron ore and agricultural products, and encouraged the industrialization of the state-these groups would join together to form the Agrarian-Labor Party, which supported small farmers and workers industrial. The first politician of that party to become governor of Minnesota, Floyd B. Olson was elected Governor of the State in 1931.Minnesota went on to face the first signs of economic recession during the 1920s because of low prices and low demand for agricultural products and iron ore produced in Minnesota. Many farms were severely indebted. This deeper recession worsened the Great Depression of the 1930s, when domestic demand for the two major sources of state revenue-wheat and iron ore had fallen sharply across the country. Large numbers of workers lost their jobs. About 70 of workers who worked in the mining of iron, for example, were dismissed. Many farmers, who were dealing with the debt, low prices, drought and plagues of grasshoppers, wereforced to abandon their farms and move to the cities.The government of Minnesota and the United States conducted various programs to provide socio-economic and public buildings in an attempt to minimize the effects of the Depression in the state. Meanwhile, mining companies began extracting iron primarily taconite, a type of iron is cheaper and lower quality, which currently constitutes about 30 of the iron produced in Minnesota.
GEAR The pulleys and gearing have the problem of displacement, especially when efforts are to transmit are high. In these cases they are used to enable transmission gears with high precision efforts. The gears are pairs of gears that are strung between them, so that turning the other one rotates counterclockwise.They are used to multiply or reduce the forces to change direction and to increase or decrease the rotational speed of the shaft on which are placed. So if we have two different sized gears that are embedded in the same plane, but will the small wheel turns the big wheel at the same time. Thus, if the big wheel drag the small, get a speed increase and, conversely, if the small wheel that drags large, get a speed smaller. There are four basic types of gears.
Operation of a turbojet engine Main article: Also called a turbojet. The gases generated by the gas turbine, to be expelled, providing the bulk of engine thrust. It was the first form of turbojet system and was invented by Frank Whittle, who conceptualized this innovative form of propulsion in the late thirties. By being repeatedly rejected by the British Air Ministry as it would violate the Treaty of Versailles aeronautical developments that prevented war or military purposes, Whittle published his theories in various scientific journals, while in 1935 the company founded Power Jets which is committed to operating their new engine. Ironically, the German engineer Hans von Ohain inspired Whittle’s publications, is the first to succeed in building a jet engine for a manned mission under the patronage of Dr.Ernst Heinkel, however like Whittle, the project was rejected by the Luftwaffe for different reasons despite having three different prototypes fully tested (I-178, I-280 and I-162 Salamander), and the company Messerschmitt was awarded the authorization to construct a fighter powered by a jet engine, the famous Messerschmitt Me-262, the first airplane pilot and production not to be propelled by turbines. It would create the most advanced jet engine of World War II, the He S 011. After the Second World War, the Rolls-Royce company leading the development of turbojet engines in the mid-forties, and later General Electric and Westinghouse companies were used to produce variants of these engines in the U.S..Pratt Whitney was the first U.S. company to produce a completely new engine with U.S. development, the Pratt Whitney J-57, awarded the Collier Trophy Award as the “greatest achievements of North American Aviation. The turbojet was the first jet engines used in commercial and military aviation. Had a greater unprecedented power that allowed the development of larger aircraft to fly at higher altitudes and high speed. Thanks to its notion of turbojet powered engines are popularly known as “jet engines”. Its long, narrow shape like a barrel or cigar, allowing more aerodynamic profile and more efficient aircraft designs. Unlike a reciprocating engine, its power is not measured in horsepower produced but in pounds of thrust, and the ability to produce thrust is affected by much higher altitudes than piston engines because of the high internal speed of operation and compressing the air that drive.The vast majority of the first types of turbojet produces centrifugal momentum, because the air compression is done by centrifuging the air circulating inside the engine. Today they are obsolete because of its high sound and low fuel efficiency and are only found in vintage aircraft and military.
Economic reasons Another argument is the high cost of nuclear energy. According to this argument nuclear power has only been able to survive thanks to public subsidies. The World Council for Renewable Energy estimates that the nuclear industry has received about 1 trillion dollars (adjusted to present value) of public money in the world, while the set of renewable energy has not received more that 50,000 million dollars. Today, the generation of electricity through nuclear energy is more expensive than wind, comparable in price to the hydroelectric and cogeneration to wood gas, but cheaper than photovoltaic and the thermal fossil fuel plants (including combined cycle).But the costs of renewables are decreasing rapidly because of progress in increasing efficiency and reducing costs. The European study “Externe”, devoted to external costs associated with electricity production technologies all indirect components (called externalities), states that only wind energy has lower external costs than nuclear, and hydropower has costs lower or higher depending on the country. The remaining electricity production systems would always higher external costs. The cost of radioactive waste management in Spain (which is paid through the electricity tariff and the companies who require their services, whether electrical, hospitals, research laboratories, etc. ), as calculated by the National Radioactive Waste Company SA in its 6th General Radioactive Waste Plan, will be about 13,800 million.This calculation extends to the year 2070 and does not include costs or revenues for subsequent years (the radiotoxicity of the waste is maintained for tens of thousands of years). In Germany the State pays the costs of direct waste (spent fuel rods) citation needed , contaminated materials in power plants and the extraction of plutonium and uranium and other radioactive waste, such as generated in hospitals or universities, and storage costs of these wastes, because the industry lacks sufficient funds to do so citation needed . Construction costs of nuclear plants has traditionally been much higher than estimated.In the U.S., a survey of 75 of its reactors shows that construction costs were more than 322 of budget. In India, the country with recent experience in building nuclear reactors, their last 10 installations have exceeded their budgets by an average of 300 . Part of the increase in construction costs due to increased time required for it: the average required 66 months to mid-70s has past practice in an average of 82 months (almost 7 years) between 2000 and 2005. The cost of decommissioning nuclear power stations has shown being much higher than expected. For example, the decommissioning of Yankee Rowe (Massachusetts, USA) cost about 450 million, compared with 120 million originally envisaged. Although so far few plants have been dismantled in the coming years many will reach the end of their lives laid down and must be dismantled.According to the Secretariat of the International Renewable Energy Conference 2004, nuclear energy is the energy source that generates less employment per unit of energy produced. Less than any renewable energy. is excluded from the financial mechanisms of the Kyoto Protocol, which imposes penalties on companies issuing the greenhouse gases, since nuclear power indirectly generates. This decision was finalized in July 2001, at the Bonn Summit of the Framework Convention on Climate Protection. Nuclear power plants can not be insured only by private insurers. In 2005, the maximum amount of insurance for a nuclear plant in the U.S. was 300 million.
NATURAL RESOURCES 1. DEFINITION: Natural resources are the materials of nature that humans can use to meet their needs (eg food, clothing, housing, education, culture, recreation, etc.).. Natural resources are the source of raw materials (such as timber, minerals, oil, gas, coal, etc..), Transformed to produce goods used widely. 2.CLASSIFICATION: Natural resources are of many types and can be classified by their durability, divided into: RENEWABLE, where they can be exploited and non-renewable indefinitely: when finite and inexorable trend exhaustion. The revolving nature of a resource can be qualified: There are renewable resources that are by definition inexhaustible on a human scale, such as: or solar energy, or wind, or or tidal energy since, regardless of their intensive use, always available spontaneously. But among these there are some resources are exhaustible, whose availability depends on the degree of utilization of the same, since it sets the pace of recovery of the resource. or Among the latter are in inland water resources, either for direct consumption or for production of energy: dams can store only a finite amount of water depends on natural inputs to the watershed, which is renewed periodically, and which marks the maximum utilization rate to be reached before exhausting the appeal and have to stop using until recovery. or Something similar occurs with timber resources, as forests and forest plantations where the trees that are raw materials for construction and paper making, should not be exploited at a rate exceeding their regeneration capacity ( see forest management). Nonrenewable natural resources. They exist in the earth’s crust in finite quantities of these materials which can be exploited by man, this limited availability implies the need for material recycling systems, savings and alternatives to its use (especially for fuel, which can not be recycled) that do not compromise the development and quality of life of human societies. (See also Sustainable development). These are: or mineral resources, among which may also have or fossil fuels (coal or oil). Microsoft Encarta 2006. 1993-2005 Microsoft Corporation.All rights reserved.
Queries erased arguments do not work well I mean for cases like this. The point is that we have a series of arguments and, finally, a librarian must make the leap and decide “who has won.” The problem is that this jump is impossible to give: We are defenders of the relevance and irrelevance defenders. No argument is ostensibly better than another and, although one librarian has finally decided to delete it, another in his place might have decided to keep it. The truth, I prefer the old system of voting. It is more objective. Filipo (Talk) 08:53, 8 August 2008 (UTC) I think it’s time to sink my teeth into this. I know it’s a very delicate matter, but at this stage, with several years of filming, I understand that this can not be free to continue using ethical criteria to decide what is encyclopedic and what not.The question, in my opinion, maybe I should go through a more demanding when it comes to meeting the Verifiability policy, surely the foundation of everything we have here. Thus, failure to comply with this policy (which would happen by specifying this project) could be the decisive criterion for deleting items. I repeat that this is complicated, but now that Philip opened this thread has given me thinking about it, because obviously the conclusion he has come into the present system is quite obvious deletion. – Camima (Talk) 09:14, 8 August 2008 (UTC) “Totally agree with Phillip. Mejor voting. Save time and user conflicts, as in cases where there is no agreement, it is difficult to assess whether our arguments are better than our opponents, that this procedure we face.Not only regards the relevance-as well noted Camima-if not the entire process of participation here, that should be addressed once and limit what, who, how and how many there are both smudge-professional-queries can be erased open, and make it clear that the proponents who would remain the responsibility to demonstrate the burden of proof, it is they who should argue individually and not automatically with the insertion of templates, because this project is hindered if remains what they intend to delete. Now there’s a real abuse that touches demonstrate procedural innocence certainly is sometimes destroy a solid foundation for building good, but it was always better and harder, as you know the architects, adding that remove, that’s why there is always time.Whenever I have clearer than what users are valuable here-far more than articles, and that we limit the opportunities for conflict between us will help us continue to grow that consultations must use delete with caution, that the free is large and there is room enough for everyone … and we have much time left to do better. Urdangaray (Talk) 11:51 8 August 2008 (UTC) It seems totally illogical to delete that character, and it seems to me a contempt for people who waste their time voting and arguing, when then will be a unilateral decision single person. And it is not like ls comparisons, but that has more relevance Wartortle, to name only one of the more than 200 pokemon! is in Wikipedia, a person of flesh and blood known for the vast majority of a country, it is almost insulting.Pacoperez (Talk) 12:48, 8 August 2008 (UTC) The problem is not erased queries by argument, but the criteria of relevance, such as Camima points. Think of the kind of free we want. Certainly it is an affront to clear comparative Pochol n when full of Pokemon, which are a few simple drawings. Go ahead I do not think any of the two cases have any relevance encyclopedic. But not only are the characters in the show business that are irrelevant, nor pokemons: these are the wrestlers Wrestling, porn actresses, actors dubbing the unknown bands, local businesses, minority sports … Right now I’m arguing with a user who wants to hang an article about a darts club. One of the pointers in Spain, appears to be well known. Why darts club is not relevant and a third-team football if If there is clear relevance criteria would not have to be constantly discussing these points, the problem is that there is not.The latest macro-half and it was subsequently not developing a clear policy on which to draw. Over there is where I think they should start without haste, lest we miss out on any course, a survey looking at not the criteria of relevance, but the assumptions on which they should vote, trying to be as comprehensive as possible and, once achieved, apply to the letter.
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An article in the Colombian magazine COLOMBIA MEDICA 2005 touches the issue of patient safety with a good introduction to understand the problem. http://colombiamedica.univalle.edu.co/Vol36No2/cm36n2a10.htm The clinical safety of patients: understanding the problem Astolfo Franco, MD Assistant Professor, School of Public Health, Faculty of Health, Universidad del Valle, Cali.Published March 15, 2005 Unexpected deaths of patients in hospitals across the United States of America (USA) in the mid-1990s, as the Libby Zion case a girl of 18 who died a few hours after his admission to one of the health care centers in New York as a result of a drug interaction between an antidepressant he was taking and a narcotic analgesic that he was given at the hospital, or that of Betsy Lehman died in 1994 at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute from an overdose of cyclophosphamide for transplantation bone marrow, the government took the Clinton administration ordered the creation of a committee to investigate the quality of health care in this pa s1.This mandate has continued during the Bush administration and its need has been reinforced by the report as the most recent cases of Josie King, a 2-year-old who died in the Johns Hopkins University Hospital from an overdose of morphine when was in a convalescent phase of burns and Jessica Santillan, a 17-year-old who, during a double heart-lung transplant, he transfused the wrong blood type which caused acute rejection and secondary brain death This Committee and many others have the following objectives that are worth highlighting: Establish a national fund to create national leadership in patient safety and a research agenda in areas related foresight. Identify and learn from mistakes in clinical care occurred through a mandatory reporting system. Create safe systems in health institutions and implement safe practices. Create standards expected in a consensus among professionals, insurers and providers. The first major product of this committee appeared in early 2000 when the Institute of Medicine of the United States reported the final results of an investigation conducted on medical errors in 30.195 patients in hospitalaria4 form. The report called “To err is human” concluded that between 44,000 to 98,000 people die annually in hospitals in this country as a result of errors that occur in the processes of care. Of these deaths, 7,000 occur specifically as a result of errors in the medication administration process. These numbers placed immediately to the medical error mortality in the USA as the eighth leading cause, even over mortality caused by traffic accidents, breast cancer or AIDS.These figures have been questioned by some authors who report that the report did not conclude that all deaths are by medical error, but the clinical status of patients was so severe that just going to die. In March 2002 the World Health Organization (WHO) at its 55th World Assembly reported very high rates of adverse events for various developed countries of between 3.2 and 16.6 6 corroborating the major problem existing in the global arena. If you add to the thousands of people as a result of the error did not die but were left with a temporary or permanent disability, the problem takes almost epidemic dimensions, for which WHO launched the Global Alliance for Security Paciente7 Clinic.
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The Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University was created in 1936 by Dada Lekhraj, a person who dedicated the diamond business. It was a deeply spiritual person and heavily accented towards spiritual values. In that year he was sixty years old when he started having some remarkable experiences about the identity of being, the soul. These experiences began to make his life since that time. They felt a state of peace, calm, spiritual love and feelings of brotherhood. Never adopted the role typical of self-actualizing beings, gurus, sages, spirit guides, etc.. He claimed that no human being can play the role of God that no human being should be presented to others as God. God is the Supreme Soul, the ocean of all qualities, of Love, Happiness, Peace, Wisdom. Since the establishment of the Organization, women were inspired and shaped by Brahma Baba to develop their lives and take leadership roles based on spirituality.Brahma Baba particularly rejected the notion that only men could reach a higher spiritual life through the practice of purity. These guiding principles are still maintained today. Anyone, regardless of gender, who wanted to adopt a spiritual life was and is welcome. (2) For the individual, the focus is the study and practice of Raja Yoga mation, this becomes a method to activate our inner spiritual qualities that the change in the being can become a real experience. For people who regularly practice Raja Yoga mation, the study is divided into four parts or areas: knowledge of internal and external aspects of human life: the practice of daily mation, the conscious assimilation of the features and values that promote quality performance and non-violent service to humanity. Students tend to be vegetarians.To achieve a spiritual state, and full communion with God, it promotes a lifestyle based on non-violence, respect and love for all living beings and nature. This consists of the daily practice of mation, listening and sharing knowledge and wisdom of Raja Yoga, attitude of service and generosity, celibacy, vegetarianism and not smoke or drink alcohol. Students at the University Brahma Kumaris incorporate one or more of these practices into your lifestyle according to their own understanding and will. These practices are a mandatory condition never to continue attending courses and seminars offered by BK. The headquarters of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University Universal is located between the mountains in the town of Mount Abu, in the Aravali mountain range in northwest India, Rajasthan.Its popular name is “Madhuban”, which means “Forest of Honey.” (3) The Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University is an international nongovernmental organization (NGO) with general consultative status in ECOSOC Nations United since 1998 and UNICEF since 1983. Also affiliated with the Department of Public Information United Nations. Brahma Kumaris provides a spiritual framework and advice in the context of their relationship with the United Nations, as well as to groups, causes and agencies. In India, the Brahma Kumaris is particularly marked by its charitable programs for villages administered by the J. Wattammull Memorial Global Hospital and Research Center (GHRC) (Global Hospital which serves the local community and generally to all who need them) established in 1991 and located at Mount Abu. Brahma Kumaris in 2004 established the GV Mody Rural Health Care Center Eye Hospital (Hospital specializing in ophthalmology) located at Abu Road.Programs and activities are also supported from outsideIndia by The Janki Foundation for Global Health Care, the UK, and the Point of Life Foundation (Point of Life Foundation, POL), USA.
(F tima Baeza, Episode 1 – present). Emergency nurse who later became chief of emergency nurse. From always had very bad luck in the emotional terrain he never chose the right man, she had several boyfriends, but the emergence of the Central Maca changes her life, she turns out to be his great love. Both are married and decide to have a child, with Maca you become pregnant. After birth the baby, Maca achieves full reconciliation with his family, with which it will spend some time. The distance and loneliness make Esther strengthen its friendship with the doctor of Samur Raul, who has a one-night stand, the result of which she becomes pregnant. The news caused tough times in marriage to the late 12th season and Maca leaves early in the next, but resume their relationship. At the end of the thirteenth season gives birth to her daughter Patricia, the result of infidelity Maca Raul.The child suffers a serious illness whose only solution seems to be that Esther and Raul have another child together to serve as a donor baby. Esther becomes pregnant again, while Maca is unfaithful to Vero. Finally, Esther Maca leaves and this begins a formal relationship with Vero, but between each other it seems that there is still something. After maternity leave, returns to the hospital with optimistic attitude and even willing to get along with Vero. A trip to Paris suggests it may have a new partner. This person is Bea, a married woman who ends up leaving her husband for the nurse and the beginning a relationship that arouses the jealousy of Maca. Later, though resists returning with Maca, closing with Bea and reconciling with the pediatrician. When things between Maca and Esther seemed back on track reappears Bea, who threatens suicide if Esther did not come back with it.Collides with Fernando, a doctor who was a teacher of Maca, and he disagreed with his vision of how to help the third world, while able to maintain a cordial relationship with Vero. It was a great friend of Rustie, who was in love with her until the arrival of Queen, which became jealous and made a declaration and have a slip with it. Had other boyfriends before Ramon, a resident with drug problems and a disabled boy, Juan, which he helped when he was left in a wheelchair but that ended up leaving. It also had a suitor, Jose Luis, a cancer patient who loved her. Also, got along very well with Elisa, but Esther had wanted to be friction as head nurse, and Eleanor, with whom he shared apartment, her best friend Teresa and the reverse is not had a good relationship with Bego a. Each doctor in the Hospital will have a lot of respect as a person and professional, Esther has lots of character and always speaks her mind.
yabbies Creek is the neighborhood closest to Summer Bay, where several characters are going to dinner, shopping or watching a movie. yabbies Creek Police Station – The nearest police station to Summer Bay. This was often used when Nick Parrish lived in Bay, after his departure, was only occasionally when Joel Nash became the police chief. The station began to be more regular when the stalker appeared Bay and began terrorizing residents in 2004, Detective Peter Baker was on the case. Some former members of the station were the sergeants Bob Barnett, Chris Hale, Darren McGrath, the sheriff Terri Garner, Pia Corelli, Inspector Mike Carter and Sheriff Jack Holden, who was killed accidentally shot by his partner while in Angelo Rosetta persecution.Currently working at the station the Sergeant Lara “Fitzy” Fitzgerald (now is out on maternity leave), Sgt Charlie Buckton, Sheriff Ken Harper and George Watson. Northern Districts Hospital – the nearest hospital to Summer Bay, which moved during the earthquake. Currently working there Dr. Rachel Armstrong and nurses Nurse Julie Cooper and Gloria. Some former workers were Drs Kelly Watson and Charlotte Adams, doctors Lachlan Fraser, James Fraser and Flynn Saunders, nurse Eve Jacobsen and Sam Tolhurst. Yabbies Creek High – Ric Dalby she attended before he was expelled as Nick Smith who was expelled from Summer Bay High for a time when he was accused of molesting Angie Russell, all becomes clear later. In the early years the school had a rivalry with Summer Bay High.