Electric Fireplace with Mantel
Mantel-style electric fireplace provides a natural looking flame. No trips to the woodshed or messy ashes to clean.
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RhythmRhythm speeds up the blood pusrsree, breathing rate and pulse. Soon the body canâ€™t resist the temptation to jump into action. Beta waves in the brain make a person react to the rhythm, first slowly, then progressively quicker, as the rhythm dictates. These vibrating impulses travel through the spinal cord towards the arm and leg muscles. Like a puppet on a string, the body wants â€" then starts to move. An upbeat tempo like â€śJesus Christ, Superstarâ€ť leaves you with no choice: what begins with toe tapping and finger snapping, drives you to jump out of your chair to dance.Elisabeth Miles, who authored the book â€śTUNE YOUR BRAIN: Using music to manage your mind, body and moodâ€ť (Berkley Books) states that rhythmic movements create endorphins in the brain. These chemicals are the creators of the â€śfeel-good feelingsâ€ť.Itâ€™s therefore no coincidence, that the rhythmic bells at Christmas or the rapping of the drums at Nazi rallies, the cling-clang of the Hare Krishna or the pounding on a hollow tree trunk by a medicine man usurp a communal response to follow a leader. Call it the pied-piper syndrome.Adding happy lyrics to a rhythmic tune eases the primary intention of helping to memorize the music. But by no means are lyrics the most important of the two. Rhythm alone is enough to create the pied-piper effect. In the days that the liturgy was in Latin, songs were not understood by the masses. The tunes, however were easily assimilated, despite the absence of comprehension, because the melodies were hummed and the rhythm clapped which drilled the music into the churchgoerâ€™s memory. Often gospel lyrics were corrupted with the native language to resemble a childlike nonsensical nursery rhyme.Researchers discovered that music doesnâ€™t have to be happy to make a lasting effect on people. (I think suddenly of â€śThe Loreleiâ€ť in â€śThe Holocaustâ€ť). Sad, somber, melancholic, downbeat and depressing melodies, like the ones droned to death at funerals set people at ease and bring comfort and humbleness, as long as they are aesthetically high rated. â€śIt is perceived as pleasurable, despite the sad contentâ€ť remarks Valerie Stratton, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology at the Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Stratton goes on to say that listening to smooth hum-like Gregorian chants is an effective method of relaxation, whether during group therapy or while on a solo walk in the woods. This explains the effect monasteries have had for centuries on the condition of mental patients. The soothing, simple, predictable rhythm patterns lower the blood pusrsree and muscle tension and slow the heart beat from a regular 75 beats a minute to a mere 50.Dr. Stratton also refers to the so called â€śMozart-effectâ€ť: a background of Mozart sonatas has proven to improve performance on space-time reasoning tests. Unfortunately, the opposite has been evidenced to be true too. Tests suggest that overstimulating rhythms, with little or no creative value, stifle the perception and concentration of the test takers. When lyrics with incoherent subliminal messages were added, and repeated at high frequency, test takers were driven to annoyance and aggressive behavior.Like with the visual arts, religion has made efficient use of music throughout history. Even the denominations that forbid music in their services use the influence of rhythm on a personâ€™s mood by means of the preacherâ€™s speech pattern. A short-long boom and drone scheme of syllables by a preacherâ€™s voice draws attention just as a concussion instrument does. The speech pattern is lessened to a basic beat. It is just as suggestive as the rhythm produced by a musical instrument and invites the congregation to join in with hand clapping, knee-jerking and hip swaying.Foremost though, religious leaders have made use of upbeat and downbeat music to alter the mood of the masses to fit their intentions and expectations, whether it be for saintly celebrations as an escape from the misery of poverty or for the preparations of war. Whether a musical composition is stormy and pounding or serene and fatigued, the church shepherds will go to great length to turn that tune into the right rhythm for their sheep to march on. by Arif posted on Saturday, December 12, 2015
My Grandad lived on
My Grandad lived on a farm when they didn't have electricity. They had what they caleld a wind charger and the wind did blow but the lead acid batteries required constant maintenance .I also have experience on solar panels in the Ecuadorian jungle. It was decided we needed a microwave and mobile repeater on top of one of the mountains and it would be some time before we could get a road up there . Well it is cloudy and we calculated our solar panels at 20% sunlight. That part was good but after about a year of good operation a small tornado tore all the solar panels off and throed them off the top of the mountain. It takes a lot of panels to generate enough power for low wattage repeaters. To be of any value to a car u would need to pull a trailer the size of a 18 wheeler,and they would need to be tied down good. Then there is the weight of the heavy batteries,it takes something to move that. by Veri posted on Sunday, December 13, 2015
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in a perfect world the etlctriciey would come from Solar, aero-electric and hydro-electric production. How ever currently much of it will come from dirt burners and nuclear power. The big tech to watch and the one that shows most promise is that of the Hydrogen Fuel Cell. The chemical conversion of hydrogen to etlctriciey shows alot of promise and will be a viable product in 10-15 years. GM already has a platform for a new car (series of cars) that utilizes this technology. besides something that many people haven't thought of is turning a car into a mobile turbine that can recharge its own batteries as it runs far fetched I know but theoretically possible. http://sbubqsjex.com [url=http://xbqzul.com]xbqzul[/url] [link=http://oebilgzhx.com]oebilgzhx[/link] by Amanda posted on Tuesday, December 15, 2015
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