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Happy Tuesday everyone! We are one day closer to the weekend! Before we jump into today's post, I have a confession to make. I have never blogged about my child's birthday parties. Like ever. I am aware that this may make me the absolute worst Pinterest mom in the history of motherhood and I can live with that.
Wait! Don't stop reading! I promise, it's not as bad as it sounds.We have two fur babies, Miss Friski & Fendi Foo, who are the best kitten mittens known to man - at least one of them is. Fendi Foo, J, & Miss Friski Miss Friski is the most obedient pet, EVER. If you don't like cats, I promise that she will change your mind - it has happened on several occasions. She's just that magical. At a conference years ago, I recall Judges and administrators around a large table discussing what they perceived as the challenge of adjudicating medical disputes. I learned about Louisiana's medical dispute resolution process at a similar conference. The proponents of various "resolution processes" for medical claims presented and discussed their solutions. Typically, these programs involve the engagement of a panel or list of physicians to resolve medical disputes. The Louisiana program was also discussed in detail, as was the Florida "expert medical advisor" or "EMA" process. But the Louisiana system engages no panel of physicians, but "a" physician. From Bigfoot Conundrum on youtube, check out this appearance of Cliff Barackman educating the public on bigfoot. Russ by far the worst. A bill back for a second round before the Alaska lawmakers would require legislative approval for a large-scale metallic sulfide mine operation within the watershed of the Bristol Bay Fisheries Reserve. Such authorization would take the form of a duly enacted law finding that the proposed large-scale mining operation would not constitute danger to the fisheries within the Bristol Bay Fisheries Reserve. The focus of the bill, while not mentioned by name, is the proposed Pebble copper, gold and molybdenum mine at the headwaters of the Bristol Bay watershed. Hunter Dickenson Inc. , a diversified global mining group based in Vancouver, British Columbia, has spent millions of dollars on the project to date, in hope of getting the mine permitted and into the operational phase. HDI, whose Alaska subsidiary is the Pebble Limited Partnership, in Anchorage, contends that the mine can operate in harmony with the watershed that is home to the world's largest run of wild sockeye salmon. Thousands affiliated with the seafood industry, environmental entities and the recreational fishing and hunting industries disagree, contending that the mine poses great risk to salmon habitat. Andy Josephson, D-Anchorage, is optimistic about its chances of making it to the House floor during this session. Geran Tarr, D-Anchorage. At first a curiosity, now scientists are starting to see that these condensates may not only pry open the inaccessible quantum world for us but they might offer us a wide variety of new breakthrough technologies as well. Meanwhile the techniques used to create and maintain matter in this ultra-cold condensed quantum state have steadily improved. Life on Earth relies on the fact that one substance in particular, water, exists in these three states within a relatively narrow temperature range. Generally speaking, atoms are most tightly packed within solids, less so in liquids and farther apart still in gases, but when collections of atoms are subjected to pressure this trend can reverse. As you might know, increasing the pressure of a gas, liquid or solid will also increase its temperature. Not all plasmas are hot and dense like this, but the Sun's hydrogen/helium plasma is a good example. Plasmas can also be diffuse cold ionized gases such the those that populate interstellar nebulae. Just a hunch. Emily Turner /KPIX reporter. Now they nest just a few miles from where I live in Chesterton, Cambridge and I see them occasionally from my bedroom window' BJ. Citadel Securities to trade Treasuries on Tradeweb. She needs a nest. Foregrounding the avian imagery in Brontë's masterpiece, Jane Eyre, join us for a vibrant new production in tandem with Hastings Arts Forum's exhibition, The Jane Eyre Project. A free exhibition also in St Leonards on Sea, Hastings Arts Forum's artists will be working in the gallery over the two weeks, evolving the project. Early booking essential. Nine years ago today, I sat in a hospital room hooked up to monitors, with the crushing knowledge that my sweet fourth son's life was near it's end. I was taken for a midnight ultrasound to take a look at the umbilical cord as it was suspected that the blood flow was beginning to slow to his body.
My greatest wish was to meet him alive.I was told it was a long shot, but the doctors promised they'd try. The ultrasound confirmed that our time was running out and I was bombarded with decisions.
Big decisions.I am not by nature a decisive person, anyone who knows me knows that any decision causes me pretty great anxiety. .