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13 Oct 2014

Jazz musicians take over Hopkins band shell when municipal band season ends | The MidWeek

Horst Punzmann from the Research School of Physics and Engineering said in a phys.org report. No one could have guessed this result. Using wave generators, a wave tank and a ping pong ball, the team was able to figure out the size and rate of waves necessary to shift the balls movement in any given direction including against the movement of the waves themselves. We found that above a certain height, these complex three-dimensional waves generate flow patterns on the surface of the water, Professor Michael Shats said. Thetractor beamis just one of the patterns, they can be inward flows, outward flows or vortices. The team reportedly used advanced particle tracking tools to discover the surface currents generated by the waves, but no current mathematical theory is able to fully explain the successful experiments, according to Punzmann. Its one of the great unresolved problems, yet anyone in the bathtub can reproduce it, Punzmann said.
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Navdy Projects Apps onto Your Car’s Windshield - TIME

GPS system Reading Eagle: Tim Leedy | Long-term lane restrictions on the Bingaman Street Bridge over the Schuylkill River in southwest Reading began Monday. Reading Eagle: Jeremy Drey | Long-term lane restrictions on the Bingaman Street Bridge over the Schuylkill River in southwest Reading began Monday. Reading Eagle: Jeremy Drey | Long-term lane restrictions on the Bingaman Street bridge over the Schuylkill River in southwest Reading began Monday.
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Lane restrictions begin on Bingaman Street Bridge | Reading Eagle - NEWS

Itll be available early next year, with pre-order pricing set at $299 until early September of this year. The regular price will be $499. Thats expensive, yes, but I like the idea of being able to take it quickly from car to car (I have 13 cars*). And just a quick note that the company is using a Kickstarter-like pre-funding system wherein it collects the money from pre-orders to help fund the production of the product. The whole early next year thing could be a moving target. Heres a demonstration video of the Navdy in action: *We actually only have one family car, and my wife drives it most often.
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DeKALB Spend enough time in the local community and you might bump into one of the 18 members of Jazz In Progress , a local community jazz band under the direction of David Lehman. Show up at Hopkins Band Shell at the right times and youll see them all together. Related Links Womens chorus finds inspiration at music festival The band will perform free concerts at the band shell at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug.
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