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MEMS are devices that integrate mechanical elements, sensors, actuators, and electronics on a common silicon substrate. Many typically have dimensions in the 1 micron to 100 m…icron range. They have proven to be a key enabling technology of developments in areas such as transportation, telecommunications and health care, but the range of MEMS applications covers nearly every field. The most significant advantage of MEMS is their ability to communicate easily with electrical elements in semiconductor chips. Other advantages include small size, lower power consumption, lower cost, increased reliability and higher precision. / (1) IC Technology used: Integrated multiple and more complex functions on a chip, to form a monolithic system(sensors+processing+ actuators), Miniaturization with no loss of functionality, Improved Performanc. / (2) Batch Fabrication: Reduced Manufacturing Cost & Time. / (3) Microcomponents make the system faster, more reliable, more portable, cheaper, low power consumption, easily & massively employed, easily maintained & replaced. / (4) Easy to integrate into systems or modify. / (5) Little harm to environment and capable of incorporating. / (6) Exploitation of new physics domains. (MORE)
In Tai Chi
Tai chi (also known as t'ai chi' ch'uan, or taijijuan) is an ancient form of Chinese martial arts created as a form of self defense, as well as a system for increasing health …and longevity. Tai chi consists of gentle exercises performed with slow, methodical, and graceful movements. Research has shown that tai chi has numerous health benefits, and can help reduce stress, anxiety, and depression.Tai chi began thousands of years ago in China, and has been handed down for generations through different families. Tai chi is believed to have originated from the Taoist master Chang San-Feng, who spotted a snake and a crane fighting, and noticed their coiling and fluid movements. Other accounts suggest that master Chang created tai chi as a style of moving meditation for monks who would often neglect their bodies while spending hours each day in sitting meditation. Tai chi has numerous styles, which have been elaborated upon through the generations, and each contain their own distinct flavor. Originally comprised of 13 postures, more recent iterations of tai chi now contain over 128 postures.Tai Chi is believed to be effective at helping the body heal and relax through a process of releasing energetic blockages. The movements of tai chi are built around the understanding that within all of life exists a unifying energy field, and that mental, emotional, and physical imbalances are the result of energetic blockages within a person's energy field. Tai chi is believed to bring greater awareness to the energy field in the body, increasing the flow of energy within, and helping to release stagnant energy. Considered a style of moving meditation, tai chi helps to slow the breath, calm the mind, and increase energy.Stress is believed to be a major contributing factor to numerous diseases, including heart disease, high blood pressure, compromised immune system functioning, and ulcers. The slow, methodical movements of tai chi help regulate breathing, promote circulation, increase physical relaxation, calm the nervous system, reduce the release of stress hormones, and release endorphins in the brain.Researchers from Tufts Medical Center in Boston systematically evaluated studies that focused on the psychological effects of tai chi. The results of the meta-analysis (which included approximately 3817 participants in over 40 studies) found that there was a significant reduction in stress, anxiety and depression, as well as an increase in self-esteem and feelings of well-being among study participants. In another study performed at the University of California, Los Angeles, researchers examined the effects of tai chi on participants suffering from tension headaches. 47 participants were either assigned 15 weeks of regular tai chi, or to a wait-list control group that was not assigned tai chi. The tai chi group exhibited a significant reduction in their headache pain, and an increase in their energy levels, social functioning, mental health, and well-being.There are numerous ways to begin learning tai chi. Many community centers, martial art studios, and yoga studios offer ongoing tai chi classes. Qi gong, a close relative to tai chi, is another energy practice that is commonly offered. Classes are held in a group setting, with instructors guiding the students through particular positions and exercises, focusing on breathing and mental stillness. It is possible to hire tai chi teachers for individual sessions, but this option can tend to be a bit pricier over time. There are also numerous websites and videos online with tai chi and qi gong instruction.Tai chi translates as "supreme ultimate fist," and was originally used in conjunction with forms of martial arts. With a deep interrelatedness to Chinese spirituality, important concepts of tai chi were often referenced by the spiritual master Lao Tzu in many of his writings.Tai chi is a safe and gentle form of exercise and moving meditation that has been shown to have numerous health benefits, including stress relief. Easy to learn, tai chi can be practiced most anywhere, and is a great way to build community, while increasing physical and emotional health. (MORE)
In Tai Chi
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In Pad Thai
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The original Mai Tai was created by Victor J. Bergeron in 1944 and brought to Hawaii in 1953. It is a sweet, delicious drink that is enjoyed by people like you everywhere even… if they are not able to relax on a beach or enjoy the spirit of the Hawaiian Islands. This is the original recipe and is sure to allow you to have a little escape to the Hawaiian Islands to feel the spirit of Aloha!Combine all of the ingredients in the order listed in an old-fashioned, rocks or a short tumbler glass.Stir with a swizzle stick or a straw if a swizzle stick is not on hand.Garnish with a tasty slice of pineapple, a cherry or both.This classic and well-known drink is a popular favorite among all beach-goers as well as those who want a small taste of paradise. There are many variations, such as adding a bit of grenadine syrup or adding pineapple juice, but nonetheless, this is a smooth, sweet and refreshing drink however you stir it.The Victor Bergeron who invented the Mai Tai is none other than Trader Vic, founder of the famous bar and restaurant chain. The original formula has undergone some subtle variations over the years, and other bars claim their own versions of the popular cocktail. (MORE)
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