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Hurricanes It’s easy to get caught up in what you think of as «the sand in your stocking» holiday traditions: the Christmas shopping, the holidays, etc. But every year I am inspired anew by the amazing things people do in the name of creativity. This year I got inspired by a very creative organization that I think you should consider supporting. The fund below is set up by an organization called Hurricanes, «an international nonprofit that sends a group of volunteers to the same hurricane-ravaged community each year to provide care for people with disabling injuries and disabilities.» Their goal is simple: to give hope, health, and dignity back to those affected by a storm or disaster. They’ve been active in the community for over a decade, and in September they’ll go in search of funding to continue and expand their efforts. So far, they’ve done great work! And maybe you, too, can make a difference by looking for opportunities to act through kind and charitable people? Every little bit counts! If you need me, I’m coming for you. You can help me be rescued by treating Hurricanes as you would rescue yourself, by looking for ways to provide them with funding to continue their work.Elongation of the subepidermal zone of human epidermis in vitro by human dermal fibroblast-conditioned medium. The synthesis and metabolism of proteinase inhibitors (PI) and stratum corneum (SC) components was assessed in human subepidermal skin biopsies cultured under various conditions. Maximum PI synthesis was measured after 12-24 h of culture. The highest rate of PI synthesis was found in skin biopsies cultured in the presence of a 1:1 mixture of human fetal serum and newborn calf serum, growth hormone or prolactin. The rate of synthesis was 30-40% higher in human adult fibroblasts than in newborn calf fibroblasts. Exposure of skin biopsies to human dermal fibroblast-conditioned medium for 3 days resulted in a 51.4% increase in the mean rate of PI synthesis (from 26 +/- 3 to 37 +/- 6 units/mm2/12 h, mean +/- S.D.; P less than 0.01) but had no effect on the ability of transepidermal water loss to induce net water flow (greater than 90% of control levels). This response was not blocked by cycloheximide. In comparison, fibroblast-condition

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Spatial attention and scene representation of art-viewing: Evidence from a mental imagery task. The meaning of art resides in the way we represent a visual scene to ourselves, integrating it with our memories, emotions and personality. We can carry out tasks of mental imagery of works of art (MAIs), that is, perform imaginary mental manipulation of the scene that the work represents. However, it is still unknown whether these kinds of mental representations have different characteristics from actual experiences of viewing art, or whether the spatial features of mental representations are similar to the spatial characteristics of the artworks themselves. The goal of the present study was to investigate the neuropsychological representation of paintings by means of MAIs. In particular, we examined whether the MAIs of a painting are made through mental representation of its spatial features or whether the spatial representation is instead spatially coherent. We measured the gaze positions of the participants in the viewing condition (as they viewed a computer-generated, interactive, original painting by Uesugi, «Five Paths in Shibuya») and in the MAI condition (in which they were asked to imagine mentally the same painting). Our data show that the MAI and viewing conditions differ, but spatial coordination of mental representations is greater than the spatial coordination of images themselves, suggesting that mental representations have strong spatial aspects, even if they are far from being veridical experience.Q: Cauchy’s Integral Formula on a subset of $[0,\infty)$ If we take a complex function $f(z)$ on a set $D\subseteq \mathbb{C}$ and $D$ is a subset of the plane then the definition of the integral and the Cauchy Integral Theorem says that if $D$ is bounded then the integral and Cauchy integral are the same. But what if $D$ is only a subset of the plane? Can we still use the Cauchy Integral Theorem? If so, does the same hold on a countably infinite union of domains in the plane, $D=\bigcup_{i=1}^\infty D_i$? A: Any bounded domain $D \subset \mathbb{R}^2$ admits a «Radon measure» in the sense of Amérys Tenenbaum: Introduction to analytic and probabilistic number theory, Exercises 3.4.3. And

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OS: Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000 (32/64 bit) Processor: Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon XP Memory: 512MB+ (RAM) Graphics: Geforce 8600 or Radeon Xpress 200 Hard Drive: 1GB How to Install/Uninstall RGE: Click here to download RGE Click here to download the installer If you find any bugs, errors or if there are any issues with the program (error, crash, etc.), please post it