i cannot stop repeating this to myself lol
there no such thing as a lost object but unsystematic searches. it is saying really that the object is in the place it was put but we’re not searching correctly..
it’s simple but i love it and now think this to myself when i cannot find something and say nevermind i will correct my search later and tend to calm down.. Remember keep calm.
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Light is not required
and may slow or hamper the speed of germination. There are many methods for supplying these requirements and in this article we shall examine several of them.
Paper towel method of marijuana seed germination
This popular method requires a paper towel (or paper napkin or tissue paper) cut in half with each half folded in half. Place one half on a small dish and moisten. Both halves of the paper towel should be damp, but not dripping wet. If you have over-watered, be sure to squeeze out any extra moisture.
Place your seeds on the towel and allow roughly ½” of space between them so that the roots do not get tangled. Cover with the other half of the paper towel making sure it is in contact with the seeds.
Finally, place an inverted dish of the same size and type as the bottom dish on the top. This is to keep the marijuana seeds in the dark and the humidity high.
Get a thick kitchen-style paper towel and wet it thoroughly. Make sure it isn’t dripping though;
Place the blunt end of the seed onto the towel and leave it making sure it does not get any direct sunlight. You don’t have to cover the first piece of towel with another piece;
Keep the seeds at about 70°F to 85°F (21°C – 29.4°C) like at the top of the refrigerator (a warm zone). Make sure the towel never dries out or you will kill the seeds;
Check them twice a day until you see the seed case split and the emergence of a tiny root at the bottom and a white shoot at the top;
Usually all viable seeds will have opened within 48 hours;
Be very careful handling them at this point. They are very fragile;
Once you can see the root and shoot, plant the seeds on their sides in the growing medium of your choice.
Make a small hole ready for them rather than forcing them in with your fingers. Plant them about half an inch (1.25cm) deep, cover them gently with the growing medium and give them water, but not too much.
Check every 24 hours –
Most seeds will ‘crack’ (break the outer hull) in 1 to 7 days. Once the tap root is ¼” to ½” long the seeds will be
48 – 72 hours –
The first small root tip which is known as a radical will form as the water is absorbed into the seed;
10 – 14 days –
You start to see the first roots appear;
21 – 30 days –
The best seeds are rooted by this stage and any that are not will grow slowly and poorly and are probably not the best to keep.
I can’t really say that OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) is a ‘specialist’ subject of mine! I do recall reading some literature somewhere
though which did look at percentages of people with OCD that are also addicted to some sort of substance.
I am unsure of the in’s and out’s of how each would affect each other, although I can see that for someone with OCD, it could be even harder
to come off something that they are addicted to. People with OCD tend to get into strict routines. These can be really simple things. Before we go
out of the house, it is normal for most people to check that the doors are locked, the oven is off, cigarettes are extingished etc. Someone with OCD
may check them twice ‘just to be sure’ or ‘because thats just what they have to do’.
I remember one case of OCD that I saw where someone was obsessive about cleanliness.
They would boil the kettle at least twice before using it to ensure there were no germs and this was just one little part of the ‘making a cuppa’ routine.
Because ofthis, it would take nearly an hour to make a brew!
These little things then become habbit, a routine or a list of events that cannot be broken. Changing that routine is like forgetting to
breathe. It doesn’t feel right and the more the mind dwells on them, the more it is compelled to do them.
As a result of this (and I’m guessing here – with a little science thrown in!) that if someone with an addiction to lets say Solpadeine,
also has OCD, taking those tablets would form part of that routine. It wouldn’t just be a case of breaking a mental and physical addiction to the drug,
but breaking a routine that is associated with an underlying disorder…. If you see what I mean…..Phew!
Well paracetamol can cause:
* skin rashes
* blood disorders
*swollen pancreas. These have occasionally happened in people
taking the drug on a regular basis for a long time.
Codeine is alot worse:
* stomach bleeding
* kidney and liver damage
* tiny pupils, blurred vision, poor night vision
* lowered heart rate, blood pressure and breathing
* disorientation, hallucinations
* sexual problems agitation, tremors, and seizures
These are general side effects but the long term effect which
is most likely is addiction. I guess it’s dependant on how much you
take and over how long a period of time.
So don’t go on a solpadeine binge!
To make a computer do anything, you have to write a computer program.
To write a computer program, you have to tell the computer, step by step, exactly what you want it to do.
The computer then “executes” the program, following each step mechanically, to accomplish the end goal.
When you are telling the computer what to do, you also get to choose how it’s going to do it.
That’s where computer algorithms come in. The algorithm is the basic technique used to get the job done.
Let’s follow an example to help get an understanding of the algorithm concept.
Let’s say that you have a friend arriving at the airport, and your friend needs to get from the airport to your house.
Here are four different algorithms that you might give your friend for getting to your home:
The taxi algorithm:
Go to the taxi stand.
Get in a taxi.
Give the driver my address.
The call-me algorithm:
When your plane arrives, call my cell phone.
Meet me outside baggage claim.
The rent-a-car algorithm:
Take the shuttle to the rental car place.
Rent a car.
Follow the directions to get to my house.
The bus algorithm:
Outside baggage claim, catch bus number 70.
Transfer to bus 14 on Main Street.
Get off on Elm street.
Walk two blocks north to my house.
All four of these algorithms accomplish exactly the same goal, but each algorithm does it in completely different way.
Each algorithm also has a different cost and a different travel time. Taking a taxi, for example, is probably the fastest way, but also the most expensive.
Taking the bus is definitely less expensive, but a whole lot slower. You choose the algorithm based on the circumstances.
In computer programming, there are often many different ways — algorithms — to accomplish any given task.
Each algorithm has advantages and disadvantages in different situations.
Sorting is one place where a lot of research has been done, because computers spend a lot of time sorting lists.
Here are five different algorithms that are used in sorting:
If you have a million integer values between 1 and 10 and you need to sort them, the bin sort is the right algorithm to use.
If you have a million book titles, the quicksort might be the best algorithm.
By knowing the strengths and weaknesses of the different algorithms, you pick the best one for the task at hand.
I really loved my iphone4 it was fast on the internet and great for music, video and pictures. well when you have had enough entertainment and just want to make a simple phone call to your friend it packed up or rather you could be talking to your friend and it will just suddenly cut you off or the voice is so terrible you just cannot tell what each other is saying. as a Mobile Phone it was crap.. absolutely terrible but as a Smart Phone or (little computer) it was perfect…
anyone care to join in on this subject?