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Use up to 12 different terrain deformation weapons in multi-player battles to crush your opponents.
13 Aug 2009
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1:18 Frontal Impact takes place at 64 Km/h, 40% of the width of the car striking a deformable barrier. In the side impact, a mobile deformable barrier impacts the driver's door at 50 km/h. In the pole test, the car tested is propelled sideways at 29km/h into a rigid pole.
6 Sep 2009
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On DVD: . A film fanatic's obsession with finding a complete print of a classic slasher movie leads him and two friends into the backwoods where the film was shot. They realize too late that filming never ended -- the movie's star, the deformed, murderous BABY FACE, and his twisted family continue to film and kill unsuspecting victims. Now our heroes must survive the nightmarish onslaught or become part of the movie forever.
15 Sep 2009
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3:17 <a href="">Aloha Massage School of Massage Therapy </a> in Maui, Hawaii If your massage patient has back pain (upper or lower) related to any of the following, refer them to a medical specialist. • Younger than 20 or older than 55 and getting back pain for the first time. • Pain after a violent injury, e.g. road traffic accident. • Pain is constant and getting worse. • Pain is in the upper part of the spine. • Cancer in the past or at present. • Taking (Cortico)steroids. • Drug abuser, or HIV infected. • Generally unwell or feverish. • Significant weight loss. • Continue to have great difficulty bending forwards. • Nerve related problems other than pain: loss of sensation (especially of the area that would sit on a saddle - so called saddle anaesthesia), loss of power, urinary or bowel incontinence. • Obvious structural deformity of your spine. • Debilitating pain that is not reducing after 4 -6 weeks. http://www.alohamassageschool.
16 Sep 2009
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4 Dec 2009
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For more info visit WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), in cooperation with Stork Craft Manufacturing Inc., of British Columbia, Canada, today announced the voluntary recall of more than 2.1 million Stork Craft drop-side cribs, including about 147,000 Stork Craft drop-side cribs with the Fisher-Price logo. The recall involves approximately 1,213,000 units distributed in the United States and 968,000 units distributed in Canada. CPSC urges parents and caregivers to immediately stop using the recalled cribs, wait for the free repair kit, and do not attempt to fix the cribs without the kit. They should find an alternative, safe sleeping environment for their baby. Consumers should contact Stork Craft to receive a free repair kit that converts the drop-side on these cribs to a fixed side. The cribs’ drop-side plastic hardware can break, deform, or parts can become missing. In addition, the drop-side can be installed upside-down, which can result in broken or disengaged plastic parts. All of these problems can cause the drop-side to detach in one or more corners.
26 Nov 2009
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1:58 Frontal Impact takes place at 64 Km/h, 40% of the width of the car striking a deformable barrier. In the side impact, a mobile deformable barrier impacts the driver's door at 50 km/h. In the pole test, the car tested is propelled sideways at 29km/h into a rigid pole.
2 Dec 2009
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Get these seeds at: and some grow help at Green House Seeds Train Wreck is a real blast. It hits fast, and it hits hard. Train Wreck is an original clone from Arcata, USA. Reversed 100% feminized. Stoney on the body, confusing and trippy on the brain. Ready in 8 weeks, expect a lot of resin and tower-like calyx formation deforming the buds in the final stages of ripening. Production up to 500 grams per square meter. It's cannabis seeds flower outdoor in beginning October, with stretchy branches and long shaped colas. Production up to 70 grams per plant. Train Wreck is a truly powerful smoke.
11 Dec 2009
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Photographer Roy Hubbard makes a living taking pictures of deformed children. If you like this video vote for it on
17 Dec 2009
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2:34 You are walking down the street one summer day and notice someone in a tank top with horribly disfiguring scars. You think to yourself, "How could they have gotten such scars? Was it from an accident? Was it from surgery?" Are those scars so disfiguring that you are afraid to talk to that person? Disfiguring scars can be terribly embarrassing for the victim. They may be self-conscious about how they appear during the warm months of the year. Have you ever noticed someone at the beach who always wears long sleeve shirts or long pants? It may be that they have disfigurements somewhere on the body that they simply don't want others to see. Injured victims who suffer permanent scars often have lifelong reminders about their accident or medical care. These injuries are compensable. People may comment on the scars, and it may cause significant social discomfort. Watch the video to learn about one client I represented who had awful looking scars. If you know someone who suffered significant injury or deformity, I encourage you to have them explore my website to learn more about how cases like these work in NY. Also, if you have legal questions, I urge you to call me because I can answer your legal questions at 516-487-8207 or by e-mail at I welcome your call. The Law Office of Gerald Oginski, LLC 25 Great Neck Rd., Ste. 4 Great Neck, NY 11021 516-487-8207
24 Dec 2009
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36- AHT Beneficial, 37- Intervals, 38- Whithout Breaks, 39- Monocytes: Is auto-hemotherapy always beneficial? Yes, always! Because the least that can be said is that there is a curve. The Immune System grows from birth; a child is born with a nearly non-functional Immune System. The child receives the last load from the placenta when it contracts and throws a huge amount of antibodies into the child. For 6 (six) months the child lives protected by these antibodies received from its mother. It would be the case that women, during pregnancy, should have auto-hemotherapy for the child to be born with a potentialized Immune System. At the end of this 6 (six)-month period is when childrens diseases start, precisely because the child's immune reserves finish. The child then starts to build its own Immune System, fighting against any attackers around. In this period the vaccination program starts. The vaccine produces the same effect as the attacks produced by diseases: it is the attenuated disease, but in a way that the body doesn't run the risk of becoming ill, unless it is a defective vaccine - but if it is okay it doesn't cause disease, it produces immunity against the disease. Then the child starts to grow, its immune system reaches its peak between the ages of 14 (fourteen) and 16 (sixteen) years when it becomes fully developed. It then stays at this level until around the age of 50 (fifty) to 55 (fifty-five) years. Then the Immune System starts to decline, when the thymus - the gland that controls the whole Immune System starts to atrophy. From this stage on, auto-hemotherapy has a huge value because it will slow down this curve of decline. Then it will be indispensable. There are people who have a less deficient Immune System, others more deficient, depending on their diet. There are people who feed themselves very poorly, with a lack of nutrients that stimulate the Immune System, such as vitamins, mineral salts or proteins, because antibodies are made up of protein. If they have a deficient diet, they will have a deficient Immune System. This is the reason why many people live their lives practically without any disease resisting all the attacks from the environment - and others are always ill. But auto-hemotherapy would help in this case, to counterbalance this deficiency of diet. Are intervals of less than seven-days harmful? Not at all, because it is only from the 5th (fifth) to the 7th (seventh) day that all the blood has been practically reabsorbed. And the immune stimulation that happens because the blood represents a foreign body in the organism and causes the self-activation of the Immune System to reject this blood - is declining. If it is done with smaller intervals, there is no such decline it stays always in the range of 20% (twenty percent) to 22% (twenty-two percent) of macrophages, when the normal rate is 5% (five percent) -, there will be no harm. There is no need, as it will only cause unnecessary discomfort to the patient. Only when I need to keep the patient at top level do I do it every 5 (five) days. Can auto-hemotherapy be done without any breaks? Yes, absolutely. I only recommend a break exclusively to rest the muscles and veins. Do dosage variations of 5 (five) ml, 10 (ten) ml and 20 (twenty) ml also make the rate of monocytes increase? No. The only difference is that, in autoimmune diseases, I sometimes use up to 20 (twenty) ml in the most serious cases. And dividing it in 4 (four) places, applying 5 (five) ml in each arm and 5 (five) ml in each buttock. With this I cause the Immune System to divert from repeatedly attacking its own body instead of fulfilling its function - which is to defend us from attackers -, it is acting against its own body as if it were an enemy. For rheumatoid arthritis, it affects the joints and even creates deformations. I believe it is thinking about complying with a unconscious request to divert mental suffering to a physical area. And with this - while the person is worried about their bones, their deformed fingers the person forgets the problems which motivated the diversion. Suffering physically is terrible, only in order to alleviate mental stress, but this happens, and I have evidence of it.
8 Jan 2010
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This is the VOA Special English Health Report, from Vitamin D helps bones and muscles grow strong and healthy. Low levels of vitamin D can lead to problems like rickets and osteoporosis. Rickets is a deformity mainly found in children. Osteoporosis is the thinning of bone, a common problem as people, especially women, get older. Studies in recent years have suggested that vitamin D may also have other uses. Studies have shown that low levels of D may increase the risk of heart attacks in men and deaths from some cancers. Other studies have shown that people with rheumatic diseases often have low levels of D. The easiest way to get vitamin D is from sunlight. The ultraviolet rays react with skin cells to produce the vitamin. But many people worry about skin cancer and skin damage from the sun. So they cover their skin or wear sunblock or stay out of the sun. Also, darker skinned people produce less vitamin D than lighter skinned people. Production also decreases in older people and those living in northern areas that get less sunlight. Not many foods naturally contain vitamin D. Foods with high levels include oily fish such as salmon, tuna and mackerel, and fish liver oils. Boston University researchers reported in two thousand seven that farmed salmon had a lot less vitamin D than wild salmon. Small amounts of D are found in beef liver, cheese and egg yolks. And some people take dietary supplements containing the vitamin. But most of the D in the American diet comes from foods like milk with the vitamin added. These days, more doctors are testing for vitamin D levels in their patients. But as research continues, some experts worry that if people take too much D, it might act as a poison. Also, skin doctors warn people to be careful with sun exposure because of the risk of skin cancer. How much vitamin D does a healthy person need? Nutrition experts who advise the American government set the current recommendations in nineteen ninety-seven. The daily amount is two hundred international units from birth through age fifty. Then it rises to four hundred I.U.s through age seventy, and six hundred for those seventy-one and older. But some groups say these amounts are not high enough. The nutrition experts are taking another look at how much vitamin D and calcium people should get. The Institute of Medicine of the National Academies expects to release a report by this coming May. And thats the VOA Special English Health Report. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 23Sep2009)
23 Jan 2010
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Here is the entire Dr. Arthur Jones video: This inability for the DNA code to account for body plans is also clearly shown by extensive mutation studies to the DNA of different organisms which show "exceedingly rare" major morphological effects from mutations to the DNA code. Stephen Meyer - Functional Proteins And Information For Body Plans - video Hopeful monsters,' transposons, and the Metazoan radiation: Excerpt: Viable mutations with major morphological or physiological effects are exceedingly rare and usually infertile; the chance of two identical rare mutant individuals arising in sufficient propinquity to produce offspring seems too small to consider as a significant evolutionary event. These problems of viable "hopeful monsters" render these explanations untenable. Paleobiologists Douglas Erwin and James Valentine “Yet by the late 1980s it was becoming obvious to most genetic researchers, including myself, since my own main research interest in the ‘80s and ‘90s was human genetics, that the heroic effort to find the information specifying life’s order in the genes had failed. There was no longer the slightest justification for believing that there exists anything in the genome remotely resembling a program capable of specifying in detail all the complex order of the phenotype (Body Plan)." Michael John Denton page 172 of Uncommon Dissent This includes the highly touted four-winged fruit fly mutations: ...Advantageous anatomical mutations are never observed. The four-winged fruit fly is a case in point: The second set of wings lacks flight muscles, so the useless appendages interfere with flying and mating, and the mutant fly cannot survive long outside the laboratory. Similar mutations in other genes also produce various anatomical deformations, but they are harmful, too. In 1963, Harvard evolutionary biologist Ernst Mayr wrote that the resulting mutants “are such evident freaks that these monsters can be designated only as ‘hopeless.’ They are so utterly unbalanced that they would not have the slightest chance of escaping elimination through natural selection." - Jonathan Wells Darwin's Theory - Fruit Flies and Morphology - video As well as "cloning" studies: "There is now considerable evidence that genes alone do not control development. For example when an egg's genes (DNA) are removed and replaced with genes (DNA) from another type of animal, development follows the pattern of the original egg until the embryo dies from lack of the right proteins. (The rare exceptions to this rule involve animals that could normally mate to produce hybrids.) The Jurassic Park approach of putting dinosaur DNA into ostrich eggs to produce a Tyrannosaurus rex makes exciting fiction but ignores scientific fact." The Design of Life - William Dembski, Jonathan Wells Pg. 50 If that wasn't enough, the Human Genome Project really put the last nail in the coffin for "Genetic Reductionism": DNA: The Alphabet of Life - David Klinghoffer Excerpt: But all this is trivial compared to the largely unheralded insight gained from the Human Genome Project, completed in 2003. The insight is disturbing. It is that while DNA codes for the cell's building blocks, the information needed to build the rest of the creature is seemingly, in large measure, absent. ,,,The physically encoded information to form that mouse, as opposed to that fly, isn't there. Instead, "It is as if the 'idea' of the fly (or any other organism) must somehow permeate the genome that gives rise to it." Higher Levels Of Information In Life - Stephen Meyer - video Psalm 139:15 My frame was not hidden from You, When I was made in secret, And skillfully wrought in the depths of the earth; Jeremiah 1:5 Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart;,, The Coding Found In DNA Surpasses Mans Ability to Code - Stephen Meyer Stephen Meyer - Molecular Machines & Information Eighty percent of proteins are different between humans and chimpanzees; Gene; Volume 346, 14 February 2005: Chimpanzee? 10-10-2008 - Dr Richard Buggs - research geneticist at the University of Florida ...Therefore the total similarity of the genomes could be below 70%. Do Human and Chimpanzee DNA Indicate an Evolutionary Relationship? Excerpt: the authors found that only 48.6% of the whole human genome matched chimpanzee nucleotide sequences. [Only 4.8% of the human Y chromosome could be matched to chimpanzee sequences.] Mathematically Defining Functional Information In Molecular Biology - Kirk Durston - short video Entire video: Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis
8 Apr 2011
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Generations of selective breeding, driven by the desire for higher financial gain, have deformed her body to produce milk in far greater quantities than she would require nourishing her young. The modern scientifically bred and fed dairy cow, can yield 30 – 40 liters of milk per day - about ten times more milk than her calf would need.
25 Feb 2010
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Bunions - Podiatrist in Passaic, NJ A bunion is a bone deformity caused by an enlargement of the joint at the base and side of the big toe (metatarsophalangeal joint). Bunions form when the toe moves out of place. The enlargement and its protuberance cause friction and pressure as they rub against footwear. Over time, the movement of the big toe angles in toward the other toes, sometimes overlapping a third toe (known as Hallux Valgus). The growing enlargement or protuberance then causes more irritation or inflammation. In some cases, the big toe moves toward the second toe and rotates or twists, which is known as Hallus Abducto Valgus. Bunions can also lead to other toe deformities, such as hammertoe. Many people with bunions suffer from discomfort and pain from the constant irritation, rubbing, and friction of the enlargement against shoes. The skin over the toe becomes red and tender. Because this joint flexes with every step, the bigger the bunion gets, the more it hurts to walk. Over time, bursitis or arthritis may set in, the skin on the bottom of the foot may become thicker, and everyday walking may become difficult—all contributing to chronic pain. Wearing shoes that are too tight is the leading cause of bunions. Bunions are not hereditary, but they do tend to run in families, usually because of a faulty foot structure. Foot injuries, neuromuscular problems, flat feet, and pronated feet can contribute to their formation. It is estimated that bunions occur in 33 percent of the population in Western countries. Treatment for Bunions Because they are bone deformities, bunions do not resolve by themselves. The goal for bunion treatment is twofold: first, to relieve the pressure and pain cause by irritations, and second to stop any progressive growth of the enlargement. Commonly used methods for reducing pressure and pain caused by bunions include: The use of protective padding, often made from felt material, to eliminate the friction against shoes and help alleviate inflammation and skin problems. Removal of corns and calluses on the foot. Changing to carefully-fitted footwear designed to accommodate the bunion and not contribute toward its growth. Orthotic devices—both over-the-counter and custom made—to help stabilize the joint and place the foot in the correct position for walking and standing. Exercises to maintain joint mobility and prevent stiffness or arthritis. Splints for nighttime wear to help the toes and joint align properly. This is often recommended for adolescents with bunions, because their bone development may still be adaptable. Surgical Treatment Depending on the size of the enlargement, misalignment of the toe, and pain experienced, conservative treatments may not be adequate to prevent progressive damage from bunions. In these cases, bunion surgery, known as a bunionectomy, may be advised to remove the bunion and realign the toe. Visit our website:
25 Feb 2010
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Diabetic Foot Care - Podiatrist in Passaic, NJ According to the American Diabetes Association, about 15.7 million people (5.9 percent of the United States population) have diabetes. Nervous system damage (also called neuropathy) affects about 60 to 70 percent of people with diabetes and is a major complication that may cause diabetics to lose feeling in their feet or hands. Foot problems are a big risk in diabetics. Diabetics must constantly monitor their feet or face severe consequences, including amputation. With a diabetic foot, a wound as small as a blister from wearing a shoe that's too tight can cause a lot of damage. Diabetes decreases blood flow, so injuries are slow to heal. When your wound is not healing, it's at risk for infection. As a diabetic, your infections spread quickly. If you have diabetes, you should inspect your feet every day. Look for puncture wounds, bruises, pressure areas, redness, warmth, blisters, ulcers, scratches, cuts and nail problems. Get someone to help you, or use a mirror. Here's some basic advice for taking care of your feet: Always keep your feet warm. Don't get your feet wet in snow or rain. Don't put your feet on radiators or in front of the fireplace. Don't smoke or sit cross-legged. Both decrease blood supply to your feet. Don't soak your feet. Don't use antiseptic solutions, drugstore medications, heating pads or sharp instruments on your feet. Trim your toenails straight across. Avoid cutting the corners. Use a nail file or emery board. If you find an ingrown toenail, contact our office. Use quality lotion to keep the skin of your feet soft and moist, but don't put any lotion between your toes. Wash your feet every day with mild soap and warm water. Wear loose socks to bed. Wear warm socks and shoes in winter. When drying your feet, pat each foot with a towel and be careful between your toes. Buy shoes that are comfortable without a breaking in period. Check how your shoe fits in width, length, back, bottom of heel, and sole. Avoid pointed-toe styles and high heels. Try to get shoes made with leather upper material and deep toe boxes. Wear new shoes for only two hours or less at a time. Don't wear the same pair everyday. Inspect the inside of each shoe before putting it on. Don't lace your shoes too tightly or loosely. Choose socks and stockings carefully. Wear clean, dry socks every day. Avoid socks with holes or wrinkles. Thin cotton socks are more absorbent for summer wear. Square-toes socks will not squeeze your toes. Avoid stockings with elastic tops. When your feet become numb, they are at risk for becoming deformed. One way this happens is through ulcers. Open sores may become infected. Another way is the bone condition Charcot (pronounced sharko) foot. This is one of the most serious foot problems you can face. It warps the shape of your foot when your bones fracture and disintegrate, and yet you continue to walk on it because it doesn't hurt. Diabetic foot ulcers and early phases of Charcot fractures can be treated with a total contact cast. The shape of your foot molds the cast. It lets your ulcer heal by distributing weight and relieving pressure. If you have Charcot foot, the cast controls your foot's movement and supports its contours if you don't put any weight on it. To use a total contact cast, you need good blood flow in your foot. The cast is changed every week or two until your foot heals. A custom-walking boot is another way to treat your Charcot foot. It supports the foot until all the swelling goes down, which can take as long as a year. You should keep from putting your weight on the Charcot foot. Surgery is considered if your deformity is too severe for a brace or shoe. Visit our website:
27 May 2010
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