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In Week 1 of pregnancy, you won't be pregnant yet! Most women conceive during the 2nd week of their cycle yet the baby's gestational age is based on the end of your last period. *******Pregnancy.Healthguru****/?YT
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A jennet is normally pregnant for about 12 months, though the gestation period varies from 11 to 14 months, and usually gives birth to a single foal. Births of twins are rare, though less so than in horses. About 1.7 percent of donkey pregnancies result in twins.
Although jennets come into heat within 9 or 10 days of giving birth, their fertility remains low and it is usual to wait one or two further oestrous cycles before rebreeding. Because of this and the longer gestation period, donkey breeders do not expect to obtain a foal every year, as horse breeders often do, but may plan for three foals in four years.
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Bel is planning to have a homebirth for her second baby- she has developed Gestational diabetes and this may cause a problem for her
In the womb
An embryo of few weeks inside the mothers womb.
It is in the beginning of its development.
There is a long road ahead.
It is the first step of human development and at this stage it can be confused with the embryo of dog or monkey.
It is connected to the vitelino bag that provides the nutrients that it needs in the first weeks of life.
After about 8 weeks of gestation the vitelino bag loses its function.
The umbilical cord then starts to feed it with nutrients
provided from the mothers body.
While everything happens, it floats, calmly, in the uterus of its mother.
In 16th week of gestation it already has developed the limbs.
The eyes are still closed, but the hands and the feet start to move themselves, even though its mother does not perceive it yet.
Thanks to the ecografia 4D, you can see the features of the baby quite clearly, even its faceial expressions.
At 24 weeks Only the lungs are not completely formed.
My wife (who is in the Gestation Video) hears "Mommy, I need some help"...This is what she finds in the hallway...
Full 44 minutes of Jethro Tull's Thick as a Brick...
And finally just for the hell of it, for anyone interested here's what the newspaper on the cover says :
THICK AS A BRICK
JUDGES DISQUALIFY "LITTLE MILTON" IN LAST MINUTE RUMPUS
THE SOCIETY FOR LITERARY ADVANCEMENT AND GESTATION (SLAG), announced their decision late last night to disqualify eight year old prizewinner Gerald (Little Milton) Bostock following the hundreds of protests and threats received after the reading of his epic poem "Thick as a Brick" on B.B.C. Television last Monday night.
A hastily reconvened panel of Judges accepted the decision by four leading child psychiatrists that the boy's mind was seriously unbalanced and that his work was a product of an "extremely unwholesome attitude towards life, his God and Country". Bostock was recommended for psychiatric treatment following examination "without delay". The first prize will now be presented to runner up Mary Whiteyard (aged 12) for her essay on Christian ethics entitled, "He died to save the little Children".
The Literary Competition, which was for children aged from 7 to 16 years of age, was sponsored by leading national newspapers and received thousands of entries from schools all over Britain. Mr.Humphrey Martin, the Headmaster of Moordale Primary School said Gerald, nicknamed "Little Milton" by his English master because of his poetic ability, was mentally advanced for his age, although inclined on occasions to obscure and verbose assertions which led him to being somewhat unpopular with his schoolmates. He went on to say that without doubt the child had a great future academically and that his progress was unsurpassed in the history of Moordale Primary. Gerald and his parents moved to St. Cleve four years ago from Manchester when Mr. Bostock decided for health reasons to live away from the City. David Bostock now does occasional gardening work while his wife Daphne is well known to the Congregation of St. Cleve Parish Church for her activities in social work and her wonderful buffet lunchroom at the fete last Saturday. Well done, Daphne! Mr. Bostock said this morning of "Little Milton's" disqualification, "We are heartbroken at the way the Judges changed their minds, and the loss of the prize money and scholarship means we shall find difficulty in paying the instalments on Gerald's Encyclopedia Britannica. I shall have to do Dr. Munson's roses next week after all." When he heard of the decision against him, Gerald went to his room and locked the door, "Mrs Bostock and I are sorely vexed at the way this has turned out", said Mr. Bostock of No. 6 Pollit Close, St. Cleve.
Many local residents are also annoyed and hurt by the news and as some consolation to Gerald and his parents the St. Cleve Chronicle prints the full text of the disqualified poem this week on page 7.
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Many of the viewers who heard Gerald read his work on the "Young Arts" programme on B.B.C. 2 felt that it was not one poem but a series of separate poems put together merely to appear impressive. Many of the viewers' complaints were centred around "Little Milton's" use of a four letter (Continued on Page 4, Col.6)
FLUTE CONCERT AT PARRIT ROOMS
A concert by the Hyde Close Flute and Cello Ensemble was held in the Parrit Rooms, Flood Street, St. Cleve, on Tuesday night. A sensitive and, dare one say, passionate, performance was rendered by the five musicians but was spoilt at times by an exceedingly restless and shifyt audience. The ensemble is well known and liked for its spirited and extroverted style, but some of the quieter and more meaningful passages were lost on the otherwise enthusiastic audience. The music included two scotions of the Tycho Asavrick Suite in F major by Jeffrey Teller and a contemporary piece by Ena Sanderone. I-S-M
Fifty-two year old Sarah Pickles of the High Street, St. Cleve, cut her head when she tripped over while walking in the High Street, St. Cleve
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Produced by : Sri Venkateswara group of Institutions, Ettimadai, Coimbatore
Directed by. T.R.Vijay Anand
Music: Al Rufian
Vocals: Vijay Yesudas, Srimathumitha, Georgina & Dr. Ani
Edited by Prakash
Colorist: Rajesh, Prasad EFX, Chennai
Associates: RMS.Ramnathan & Sukumaran Sundar
Photography: Sukumaran Sundar
Asst cinematography: Karthikeyan Sundaram
Asst Editor: Vinothsridhar
Asst Directors: Karthik Manikandan & Mohan Pradeep
Note : Every montage/footage used in this video is the sole property of Sri Venkateswara Group of Institutions, Ettimadai, Coimbatore. Each and every frame has been shot personally by the team. Not even a single shot is taken from the internet. .
Sri Venkateswara Group of Institutions, a renowned institute for MBA & MCA in Coimbatore humbly dedicates to the nation a beautifully crafted English video song, fondly called SIMPLY INDIA, encouraging the myriad Indian youth's tireless pursuits of success.
Joining hands with Sri Venkateswara Group of Institutions , Director TR Vijay Anand of S16 Flicks who has already delivered three video albums has come to the fore to deliver this phenomenal rendering.
The outcome of such a meritorious teamwork can only be simply gratifying. The embellishments on the team are as follows: the music acquires form in the hands of Al Rufian, the music director while his work springs to life with the daintily designed verses of Zhaa. The song springing to life, gains vivacity through the voices of popular playback singers Vijay Yesudas, Srimathumitha, Georgina & Dr.Ani. P.G. Shegy has done the cinematography while Prakash.S with his magic hands aptly assisted by Vinothsridhar tethered the video. Prasath.S, the designer do need special mention here. Sukumaran Sundar the zestful shutterbug worked as the Associate Cinematographer and Photographer in this project.
The key attraction of this album is that they have been personally shot over 28 locations across the country while capturing the varied culture, arts and sport forms ( Kathakali & Rekla race, for a sample) in its original flavour. The inclusion of the third gender as a part of this awe inspiring video while giving them rightful recognition, to which the society needs to rise up to, needs a special mention.
Although it is not apparent, one can find all elements of national pride, such as the peacock, tiger, banyan tree, hockey and the like, subtly weaved into the soul of this video.
'Think of the unthinkable' is what we can infer from this album. Efforts have been taken towards incorporating the sentiments of Indians living in foreign soil. Shots from various parts of the globe such as Dubai, Singapore, Georgia, United States, New Zealand, Germany, Australia United Kingdom etc form part of this video, giving it the wholesomeness.
Out of the 83 days which is the project's gestation period, 50 days were devoted to shooting at various locations, starting on Diwali 2012.
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A video compilation of pics set to music that I have made in honor of our son. Spencer was born still November 15, 2005 at 35weeks gestation.
I have no rights to the songs used. The music rights belong to Mercy Me & Selah.
After months of high pitched begging, Rarity finally takes Sweetie Bell out for some gem collecting.
(Parody of Rhythm Heaven Fever's "Hole in One" game for the Wii)
Edit: Holy crap this is some long description. Read on if you dare.
Greetings once again all and thank you for all your comments, likes, favorites, and such on all of my videos while I was away. I haven't been able to check in on this account for a few months so if you have sent me an email or response and haven't heard back I apologize for not being able to answer them, something I will try to make up for in the following week.
Alright... info on the video itself... Man, you guys, I wanted to RAGE QUIT this video so many times. SO MANY. Right out the gate I had issues getting the sound portion in an acceptable state. Once I made the choice to apply custom sounds to the sound-free music version, I struggled something fierce trying to find all the sounds I needed to make it work. You'd be surprised how hard it is to find the proper sound effects that aren't covered by background noise.
My initial concepts for the video altered pretty greatly from what the version you see here turned out. Sweetie Bell (or the tiny monkey in the actual game) was originally going to be Spike, but after the Sisterhooves Social episode, I couldn't help myself (and yeah, that probably gives you an idea how long this video was in gestation for).
In keeping with the original game, I was desperately searching for that grunting noise the big, mandrill monkey made, but every instance of that was covered with background noise, and the Diamond Dog never made any such sound to make up for it, so in my search to found an adequate replacement, I ran into Rarity's "Wah-hah-HA!" and it instantly seemed like the most obvious thing ever.
In the game, the ball does not always bounce directly on the pole, it'll land and spin on the ground before hitting it. I originally plotted it to where there was a funnel where the hole would be, making it not possible for the ball/gem to "roll" in there, so I finished the sound portion of the video with that in mind (also the "rolling" sound effect from the game was also too covered in BG noise to properly extract). During the animation part, I realized that was kind of dumb looking so I changed it back to just a normal hole, but it was too late to change the sounds to reinstate the rolling gem/balls. So if you were wondering why the game and this don't match up exactly, that'd be why.
Two other things I wanted to include but didn't-
A scene with Diamond Jake and... Diamond Boss(?) setting up *WHY* Rarity is golfing gems into a hole instead of just their still pictures during that "Meanwhile" screen.
Rainbow Dash bouncing a ball in time with the music in the background to serve the same purpose Twilight did in the Peckish Pony video.
This video was simply taking too long to get out of the gate and I decided it was for the best to cut those out just so I didn't actually rage quit and give up on it mid-way through.
And that'd about the gist of it I guess. I think I am done with the Rhythm Heaven + Pony videos. Thanks to everyone who wanted ACTUAL game versions of these things but I think if I look at any of these flash files for a minute longer I'm going to go crazy. You are welcome to make those Step Mania type of dealies and use these sound tracks for other such shenanigans, but I have no plans to further elaborate on any of these save for maybe HD versions of the videos for when I get the equipment that would allow me to do so.
That's not to say I'm done making ANY videos. Oddly enough, the thing I want to make the most next is a full, 11ish minute EPISODE, written, animated, and voice acted all from scratch (yeah, as if the 1 to 3 minute ones weren't bad enough right..?). Part of me also kind of wants to do some minor streaming in order to show off the inner workings of these current videos and give some pointers to the Flash animators in training out there, but I dunno where'd I'd even start with that.
Anyway, I need a bit of a breather and have some UMvC3 (Xbox) I got for Xmas but haven't had the time to play yet. CyberBen27 is my screen name, but if you're going to fight me, just know I'm AWFUL.
May 1 2013 - end times news update 4-12-13 - Breaking News Labs Mixing Human DNA with Animal DNA
2013 BREAKING NEWS WARNING TO HUMAN RACE human-animal genetic hybrid or chimera Human dog thousands of labs worldwide with animal human experiments this is sick and funded by the world Governments.Do your research what the UN is preparing to do between now and 2025 worldwide. Gods Judgement what will happen 2013 WW# WWIII World war 3 We are in the end times last days the medical field is playing god DANGEREOUS times we are living Part Human part animal genetic hybrids A parahuman or para-human is a human-animal Genetic engineering human-animal genetic hybrid or chimera hybrid or chimera. Scientists have done extensive research into the mixing of genes or cells from different species, e.g. adding human (and other animal) genes to bacteria and farm animals to mass-produce insulin and spider silk proteins, and introducing human cells into mouse embryos. Para humans have been referred to as "human-animal hybrids" in a vernacular sense that also encompasses human-animal chimeras. The term parahuman is not used in scientific publications. The term is sometimes used to sensationalize research that involves mixing biological materials from humans and other species. It was used in a National Geographic article to describe an experiment in 2003, during which Chinese scientists at the Shanghai Second Medical University successfully fused human cells with rabbit eggs *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Human-animal_hybrid. According to Daily Mail, as of 2011, more than 150 human-animal hybrid embryos were created in British laboratories since the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008. DEVELOPMENTS IN THE CREATION OF ANIMAL-HUMAN MIXTURES: 5. Animal-Human Transgenesis 6. Animal-Human Gestation 6.1. Placing a human embryo into an animal 6.2. Placing human sperm into an animal
6.3. Placing an animal embryo into a human 6.4. Placing animal sperm into a woman
7. Animal-Human Hybrid Embryos 7.1. Embryo containing cells made up of both human and animal chromosomes 7.1.1. Non-human eggs into which human nuclei are inserted
Frog-Human Hybrid Entities 7.1.2. Animal-Human chromosome transplant Mouse-Human Hybrids 7.2. Non-human eggs stripped of their chromosomes into which human nuclei are inserted Gametal Cow-Human Hybrid Embryos Gametal Rabbit-Human Hybrid Embryos 7.3. Mixing of Animal and Human Gametes Genetic Human-Hamster Hybrid Embryos 18/10/2010 Ethics of animal-human mixtures
schb*******/.../report - animal-human ... 2/22 8. Animal-Human Chimeras
8.1. Animal-Human Chimeras Created Through Xenotransplantation 8.2. Animal-Human Embryonic and Fetal Chimeras 8.2.1. Incorporation of Human Stem Cells into Post-natal Animals 8.2.2. Incorporation of (1) Human Stem Cells into Post-blastocyst Stages of Non-human Embryos or (2) Non-human Stem Cells into Post-blatocyst stages of Human Embryos Genetic Human-Mouse Chimeric Fetuses Genetic Sheep-Human Chimeric Fetuses Genetic Monkey-Human Chimeric Fetuses
Genetic Pig-Human Chimeric Fetuses 8.2.3. Incorporation of (1) Human Pluripotent Stem Cells into a Non-Human Blastocyst or its Preliminary Embryonic Stages or
(2) Non-human Pluripotent Stem Cells into a Human Blastocyst or its Preliminary Embryonic Stages Genetic Human-Mouse Chimeric Embryos Glossary
References Nevertheless, mixtures between biological species are relatively rare in nature, and most such entities would be less 'fit' than their progenitors. With respect to animal-human mixing, no evidence of any entities being born has ever been recorded but new developments in crossing the species barrier may no longer limit animal-human mixtures to the domain of mythology. Indeed, procedures have recently been developed by scientists which mix human and animal biological elements to such an extent that it questions the very concept of being entirely human. For example, concern for animal-human mixtures was raised in 2001 by the UK Animal Procedures Committee which indicated in its Report on Biotechnology that though questions may exist as to the likely fate of such animal-human mixtures, there may be a deeper repugnance at the thought of their very existence. Indeed, The Regulation of New Biotechnologies and published in 2004, that the crossing of the animal-human boundary was, in some respects, quite complex and subtle but that the mixing of human and animal tissues and materials was not by itself objectionable. In other words, in the context of therapy and preventive medicine, the President's Council accepted that the transplantation of animal parts to replace defective human ones could be considered as ethical. Moreover, the Council had no overriding objection to the insertion of animal-derived genes or cells into a human body - or even into human foetuses - where the aim would be to address a serious disease in the patient or the developing child. 18/10/2010 Ethics of animal-human mixtures schb*******
THE GESTATION (english subtitle)
Sketch nº5 dibujos animados de educación sexual para niñs y menos niñs.
dibujos y realización Jaime Pascual
This was the first time for me to film the elusive bobcat here in South Florida. Bobcats live throughout North America and are adaptable predators, which inhabits the wooded areas as well as the swampland here in Florida. They are smaller than the Canadian Lynx and twice as large as the domestic cat. It has distinctive black bars on its forelegs and a black-tipped, stubby tail, from which it derives its name. Though the bobcat prefers rabbits and hares, it will hunt anything from Insects and small rodents to deer. Prey selection depends on location and habitat, season, and abundance. Like most cats, the bobcat is territorial and largely solitary, although there is some overlap in home ranges. It uses several methods to mark its territorial boundaries, including claw marks and deposits of urine or feces. The bobcat breeds from winter into spring and has a gestation period of about two months. Bobcat vs Python filmed by Heiko Kiera aka Ojatro in 2011
Garter snakes do not lay eggs. Like many other snakes including boas, they are ovoviviparous. Ovoviviparity, ovovivipary, or ovivipary, is a mode of reproduction in animals in which embryos develop inside eggs that are retained within the mother's body until the offspring have fully developed. The eggs incubate while still inside the mother. This is a Thamnophis ordinoides (Northwestern Garter Snake) giving birth to 6 live babies. Gestation (actually, incubation) takes 60-90 days.
Audrey Jean was born 15 weeks early at just 25 weeks gestation due to severe pre-eclampsia and severe IUGR. At birth she weighed only 12 ounces (350 grams) and was 10 inches in length. The doctors gave us very little hope in her survival. But the minutes turned into hours and hours into days. She surpassed all expectations. After 93 days in the NICU, we brought our beautiful, healthy baby girl home. This video is a photo journal capturing our journey with Audrey from birth through her first 8 months of life! Her journey is truly remarkable. Enjoy!