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    Chapter One: A Brief History of Stop Motion Animation “The Humpty Dumpty Circus” (1897) is a show to go down in history, literally. The short film by Albert E. Smith and J. Stuart Blackton, founders of Vitagraph Studios, was the first American short film to use stop-motion techniques. The film featured acrobats and animals dancing within a circus that came to life. Unfortunately, no footage has survived the test of time, apart from a few archived images. The animation was created, according to…

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    Newton’s law of motion is virtually in every aspect of your life. Many students complete the K-12 education system and are not educated on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). A large portion of the education system in the United States is slowly adapting to the ever changing world of science and technology. Going forward, STEM graduate workers drive our nation’s innovation and competitiveness by generating new ideas, new companies and new industries. STEM jobs are the jobs…

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    process of changing dance schools. Choosing between two dance schools feels like the hardest decision I have ever had to make: Just Dance Studio or Artistry in Motion? I have been at a serious crossroad trying to choose between the two. My mom gave me the benefits of making the final choice between the two, and I have chosen Artistry in Motion. When I started with Just Dance Studio, I dance Jazz, Modern, Hip-Hop, and Ballet during my first season and I loved it. During my second season I took…

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    countries. Transitioning from a slow motion opening scene to a rapid ending pace, the film uses facial expressions and grim tasks to exemplify the struggle the change brought upon the people. The song “Rise Up” by Andra Day sends a message to rise above. In the film and the song, change is pinpointed; rising above it through lyrics and the workers not giving up, the tempo in both increasing and the melody moving up and down in the media. Reggio’s film begins with slow motion video of workers…

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    For example, when we find that a client has limited range of motion in their right arm. We have an obligation to inform the client as well as writing it down on the medical intake form. Suggesting different ways to improve the range of motion, would still be under our scope of practice. Another example could be finding a bruise somewhere on their body. The client failed to mention the bruise in the pre-chat…

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    Agenda Summary

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    was called to order at 10:00 a.m. The first order of business was the approval of the Agenda. Mr. Kirkland made a motion to accept the Agenda as written. Ms. Demers seconded, motion carried. The next item was the approval of the Minutes from the September 13th Annual Membership Meeting. Mr. Mack made a motion to approve the Minutes as written. Ms. Demers seconded, motion carried. Next on the Agenda was the Audited Financial Report. Ms. Olejnik and Ms. Stefanski were in…

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    The 1983 study by Zihl, Von Cramon and Mai investigates motion blindness, or akinetopsia. The patient suffering with this disorder had a very limited perception of visual motion, motion in depth, apparent motion and did not see motion after effects. Brain damage, specifically bilateral, posterior brain damage, can sometimes result in disturbed perception of color and, as in the case of L.M., motion. More specifically, the area that was damaged was assumed to be the posterior part of the middle…

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    The movie commences with upside down images and faces imprinted on its memory. We observe yellow fog and trees which precede a napalm air strike. We find a soldier face which is pained and disillusioned. This depicts war everywhere. The soldiers merge with another soldier and disappear into the forest. The soldier is tormented and possessed; he looks at his image in the mirror and grins to destroy it. He wraps himself in his blood, and this reminds us of his face painted with mad. In this scene,…

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    a Physical Therapist at Performance in Motion. She works with clients who have sustained serious injuries and need rehab. Alexis and the team at Performance in Motion also work with populations who aren’t injured are seeking to improve their sports performance. I chose Alexis because a friend of mine was seriously injured while weight training and they told me about how grateful they were that did physical therapy with Alexis. I went to Performance in Motion, introduced myself to Alexis and told…

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    Np-Dimer Lab Report

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    NPs in similar diameters of 60 and 67 nm (with ratio 1:1.1), respectively, at different fs-laser illumination times (repetition rate 1kHz; fluence 2.4 mJ/cm2) (see the trajectory in Fig. S6 and Movie S2). Notably, at this low fluence, the continuous motion is induced by the accumulation of the repeated pulse heating, as the heating from one single pulse is insufficient. Before illumination, the NP-dimer is stabilized in the liquid cell by the weak substrate attraction (first image of Fig. 4A).…

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