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Westside eighth graders and poet Nikki Janzen on their Peace Walk June 7, 2013.

Posted by Milwaukee NNS on 2013-06-10 21:33:14

Tagged: , Education , Artists Working in Education , Community , Peace , Walk , Express Yourself Milwaukee , Peace Walk , Westside Academy , Marina Lee (artist) , Nikki Janzen (poet/artist) , Jahmes Finlayson (performing artist) , Teju Ologboni (storyteller/activist) , Poetry , Art , Quick , Open Mic

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Teju Ologboni performs one of his spoken word pieces about gossip for the Westside eighth graders at Our Next Generation after the Peace Walk.

Posted by Milwaukee NNS on 2013-06-10 21:33:39

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Teju Ologboni performs one of his spoken word pieces about gossip for the Westside eighth graders at Our Next Generation after the Peace Walk.

Posted by Milwaukee NNS on 2013-06-10 21:33:41

Tagged: , Education , Artists Working in Education , Community , Peace , Walk , Express Yourself Milwaukee , Peace Walk , Westside Academy , Marina Lee (artist) , Nikki Janzen (poet/artist) , Jahmes Finlayson (performing artist) , Teju Ologboni (storyteller/activist) , Poetry , Art , Quick , Open Mic

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Gaston Strikes Again!

Gaston Strikes Again!

When you see a sculpture of a woman of these proportions, you know you are looking at a work of Gaston Lachaise… I first saw this sculpture — eight were cast — at the Hirschhorn Museum in Washington DC. New York has one at the MOMA, one at the Brooklyn Museum of Art and a skinnier one at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Another cast is at the Milwaukee Museum of Art.
I cut her off at the hips so I would not be accused of upskirt photography
Gaston Lachaise (1882-1935), Standing Woman/Heroic Woman (1932), detail, bronze, 7’4¼" (2.2m) tall

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Bell XV-3 Tiltrotor VTOL Aircraft Flight Tests ~ 1956 Bell Helicopter



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Early flight tests of the Bell XV-3 Tiltrotor VTOL aircraft, flying in helicopter mode only. Silent.

Originally a public domain film, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied.

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The Bell XV-3 (Bell 200) is an American tiltrotor aircraft developed by Bell Helicopter for a joint research program between the United States Air Force and the United States Army in order to explore convertiplane technologies. The XV-3 featured an engine mounted in the fuselage with driveshafts transferring power to two-bladed rotor assemblies mounted on the wingtips. The wingtip rotor assemblies were mounted to tilt 90 degrees from vertical to horizontal, designed to allow the XV-3 to take off and land like a helicopter but fly at faster airspeeds, similar to a conventional fixed-wing aircraft.

The XV-3 was first flown on 11 August 1955. Although it was limited in performance, the aircraft successfully demonstrated the tiltrotor concept, accomplishing 110 transitions from helicopter to airplane mode between December 1958 and July 1962. The XV-3 program ended when the remaining aircraft was severely damaged in a wind tunnel accident on 20 May 1966. The data and experience from the XV-3 program were key elements used to successfully develop the Bell XV-15, which later paved the way for the V-22 Osprey…

In 1951, the Army and Air Force announced the Convertible Aircraft Program and released the Request for Proposals (RFP) to solicit designs from the aircraft industry. In October 1953, Bell Helicopter was awarded a development contract to produce two aircraft for testing purposes. The original military designation was XH-33, classifying it as a helicopter, but its designation was changed to XV-3 in the convertiplane series. The designation was changed once again in 1962 to XV-3A when the V-prefix was changed to mean VTOL. The leading designers were Bob Lichten and Kenneth Wernicke.

The first XV-3 (serial number 54-147) flew on 11 August 1955 with Bell Chief Test Pilot Floyd Carlson at the controls. On 18 August 1955, the aircraft experienced a hard landing when the rotor developed dynamic instability. Bell attempted to remedy the situation, and flight testing resumed on 29 March 1956 after additional ground runs. Bell continued to expand the flight envelope of the XV-3, but on 25 July 1956, the same rotor instability occurred again. Flight testing of the XV-3 resumed in late September 1956. Then, on 25 October 1956, the aircraft crashed when the test pilot blacked out due to extremely high cockpit vibrations. The vibrations resulted when the rotor shafts were moved 17 degrees forward from vertical. The test pilot, Dick Stansbury, was seriously injured, and the aircraft was damaged beyond repair.

Bell modified the second XV-3 (serial number 54-148) by replacing the three-bladed rotors with two-bladed rotors, and after taking extensive precautions, the second XV-3 began testing at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics’ (NACA) Ames Aeronautical Laboratory wind tunnel facility on 18 July 1957. Flight testing for aircraft #2 began on 21 January 1958 at Bell’s facility. By April, the aircraft had expanded the flight envelope to 127 miles per hour (204 km/h) as well as demonstrating full autorotation landings and 30-degrees forward transitions with the rotor pylons. On 6 May 1958, another instance of rotor instability occurred… As a result of the wind tunnel testing, the rotor diameter was reduced, wing structure was increased and strengthened, and the rotor controls were stiffened.

The XV-3 resumed flight testing at Bell’s facility on 12 December 1958. On 18 December 1958, Bell test pilot Bill Quinlan accomplished the first dynamically stable full conversion to airplane mode, and on 6 January 1959, Air Force Captain Robert Ferry became the first military pilot to complete a tiltrotor conversion to airplane mode. Flight testing at the Bell facilities was completed on 24 April 1959, and the aircraft was shipped to Edwards Air Force Base. The military flight testing of the XV-3 began on 14 May 1959…

Following the completion of the joint service testing, the aircraft was returned to the Ames facility… Testing would continue through July 1962 as NASA and Bell completed wind tunnel testing to study pitch-flap coupling exhibited by the tiltrotor in an effort to predict and eliminate the aeroelastic dynamic rotor instability (referred to simply as pylon whirl) that had caused problems throughout the program…

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Mind’s Road To God, Saint Bonaventure, Full-Length Catholic Audiobook



Many historians, theologians, and philosophers consider Bonaventure’s essay a masterpiece among the shorter works of medieval philosophy. It contains Bonaventure’s interpretation of a vision St. Francis of Assisi had. In the vision, St. Francis receives the wounds of Christ from a six-winged seraph. As Bonaventure saw it, the six wings symbolized six steps along the road to perfection and the divine. The steps or stages he details integrates the Neoplatonic hierarchy of being with Christian doctrine concerning God’s relationship with his creation.
Saint Bonaventure (Italian: San Bonaventura; 1221 – 15 July 1274),[1] born Giovanni di Fidanza, was an Italian medieval Franciscan, scholastic theologian and philosopher. The seventh Minister General of the Order of Friars Minor, he was also Cardinal Bishop of Albano. He was canonised on 14 April 1482 by Pope Sixtus IV and declared a Doctor of the Church in the year 1588 by Pope Sixtus V. He is known as the “Seraphic Doctor” (Latin: Doctor Seraphicus). Many writings believed in the Middle Ages to be his are now collected under the name Pseudo-Bonaventure.
Bonaventure was formally canonised in 1484 by the Franciscan Pope Sixtus IV, and ranked along with Thomas Aquinas as the greatest of the Doctors of the Church by another Franciscan, Pope Sixtus V, in 1587. Bonaventure was regarded as one of the greatest philosophers of the Middle Ages.[11]
His works, as arranged in the most recent Critical Edition by the Quaracchi Fathers (Collegio S. Bonaventura), consist of a Commentary on the Sentences of Lombard, in four volumes, and eight other volumes, including a Commentary on the Gospel of St Luke and a number of smaller works; the most famous of which are The Mind’s Road to God (Itinerarium mentis in Deum), an outline of his theology or Brief Reading (Breviloquium), Reduction of the Arts to Theology (De reductione artium ad theologiam), and Soliloquy on the Four Spiritual Exercises (Soliloquium de quatuor mentalibus exercitiis), The Tree of Life (Lignum vitae), and The Triple Way (De Triplici via), the latter three written for the spiritual direction of his fellow Franciscans.
The German philosopher Dieter Hattrup denies that Reduction of the Arts to Theology was written by Bonaventure, claiming that the style of thinking does not match Bonaventure’s original style.[12] His position is no longer tenable given recent research: the text remains “indubitably authentic”.[13][14] A work that for many years was falsely attributed to Bonaventure, De septem itineribus aeternitatis, was actually written by Rudolf von Biberach (c. 1270 – 1329).[15]
For St. Isabelle of France, the sister of King St. Louis IX of France, and her monastery of Poor Clares at Longchamps, St. Bonaventure wrote the treatise, Concerning the Perfection of Life.[1]
The Commentary on the Sentences, written at the command of his superiors when he was twenty-seven,[11] is Bonaventure’s major work and most of his other theological and philosophical writings are in some way dependent on it. However, some of Bonaventure’s later works, such as the Lectures on the Six Days of Creation, show substantial developments beyond the Sentences.

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Why Do Cameras Do This? (Rolling Shutter Explained) – Smarter Every Day 172



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LEARN COLORS CARS Parachuting into the sea w/ Superheroes Fun Animation for Children and Babies



LEARN COLORS CARS Parachuting into the sea w/ Superheroes Fun Animation for Children and Babies
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Superheroes testing their own cars in the sky. Funny learning video for kids to learn colors with colored superheroes: Spiderman, Hulk, Frozen Elsa, Wolverine, Venom, Joker, Goku and Superman fun destruction on high speed 3D cartoon and nursery rhymes for babies and toddlers.

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