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When you live on the 8th storey of a 16 storey building, you are not able to detect if a tremor is happening. This video shows a good way to detect tremors.
21 Sep 2007
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Corey Kronengold, Sr. Director of Corporate Communications at Tremor Media, discusses what PR people are doing wrong when it comes to using video online. Recorded at PRSA’s T3PR Conference.
17 Sep 2008
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*******shop.happyhardcore****/View/22213/ Joey Riot - Bassline Tremor on Lethal Theory records a uk hardcore, bouncy, happy hardcore record label. This track is the A2 side of LETHAL002
7 Jan 2009
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*******www.beet.tv/2009/02/tremor-media-raises-18-million-venture-funding.html New York based Tremor Media, an online video advertising network and technology platform, has raised $18 million in additional venture funding, the company announced today. In June I interviewed Jason Glickman, CEO. I've republished the interview today. Here's the take on the news by Liz Gannes at NewTeeVee. -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
24 Feb 2009
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See entire video here: *******www.factualtv****/documentary/Parkinsons-Stopping-The-Tremors Parkinson's disease was named after the London doctor James Parkinson who, in 1817, described the course of the disease from shaky, faltering movements through to immobility and often dementia. In the late 1960s scientists found that the brains of Parkinson's patients lack a chemical called dopamine. This discovery led to the development of the first successful treatment for the disease —synthesised L-dopa, a drug that becomes dopamine in the brain.
12 Mar 2009
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Http://www.protonepedals**** Kaspar Galli of The Sultans of Swing demonstrate the versatility of the P.E. Delay+ and the Optic Tremor
24 Jun 2009
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College Station Chiropractor Dr. David Bailey *******baileyhwc**** uses cold laser therapy to help essential tremor and other movement disorders. Dr. Bailey is a board certified chiropractic orthopedist at Bailey Health & Wellness Center in Bryan College Station Texas. 979-822-2225
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Earthquakes and tremors are a real part of living in Los Angeles, California and the surrounding area. Make sure your prepared with Tremor Ready, Incorporated. We're locally owned and operated and have been in business for over 18 years. We offer everything from earthquake retrofitting and concrete foundation repairs and replacement to 24/7 emergency services.
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*******www.doctordavidclark**** This patient had already seen a top specialist in Chicago..who did nothing for him. Dr. David Clark THE PLACE FOR ANSWERS™ Functional Neurologist Functional Endocrinologist Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist Vestibular Rehab Specialist 214-341-3737 ------------------------ Blog: *******drclark.typepad**** ------------------------- Twitter: *******www.twitter****/DrDavidClark ---------------------- Facebook: *******budurl****/DrClarkonFacebook
8 Dec 2009
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We've always i felt that a cat somehow knows when we're not feeling well and even where it hurts. Got a headache and a cat just seems to wrap around your head. A stomachache and a cat can't seem to get off your abdomen. And purrs and purrs and purrs! It was always believed that a cat's purr was relaxing or stress reducing . now science has shown that the cat's purr is much more than just relaxing. Remember that it's not just the sound of purring that's important but more the tremor or vibration it produces. Interestingly, science has known for many years that vibrations at specific levels or frequencies cause healing changes in the body. They can, for example, induce bone growth and regeneration. Bone fractures heal faster and weakened bones begin to strengthen and rebuild. Also, in the higher frequency ranges, the production of the body's own natural anti-inflammatory compounds increases thereby reducing joint pain and swelling. There is further evidence of muscle, tendon and ligament repair within these frequency ranges as well, which has led to some popularity in sports medicine and gyms around the world, especially in the former Soviet Union where so much of this research was conducted. But it took researcher Elizabeth von Muggenthaler of the Fauna Communications Research Institute in North Carolina (FCRI), a specialist in the field of bioacoustics, to put it all together. Bioacoustics is the study of the frequency, pitch, loudness, and duration of animal sounds as it relates to the animal's behavior. Based on her research, she proposes that nature has endowed all kinds of felines with an evolutionary healing advantage in the simple act of purring. The Science Behind the Purr She recorded and then measured the purr of forty-four felids (members of the cat family) including cheetahs, ocelots, pumas, domestic cats, and servals. Cats, from your house pet to lions and tigers in the wild, generally purr in the range of 20 to 140 Hertz (Hz). Some are as high as 150 Hz but the average housecat comes in at about 25 and 50 Hz. Research has already shown that exposure to frequencies at that same 20 and 50 Hz level induces increased bone density. In one study, for example, chickens were placed daily on a vibrating plate for 20 minutes, which resulted in stronger bone growth (National Geographic January, 2001 p. 11). Further, in 1994, Dr. Chen and his associates, working with rabbits, determined that frequencies of 25 and 50 Hz promoted bone strength by 20%, stimulating both the mechanism and speed of fracture healing (Chen et al, 'The Effects of Frequency of Mechanical Vibration on Experimental Fracture Healing'. Chinese Journal of Surgery, 32 (4), 217-219, 1994). There's even a popular saying amongst veterinarians, "If you put a cat and a bunch of broken bones in the same room, the bones will heal." There is also substantial documentation that low frequency vibration induces pain relief and healing of tendons and muscles, and cats purr at those very same frequencies. Vibrational Purr Therapy? The extrapolation of this research may prove vital. Studies continue regarding tissue exposure to frequencies between 20-50 Hz. For example, Dr. Clinton Rubin in a 1999 study discovered that such exposure creates the robust striations of increased bone density, suggesting applications for osteoporosis, particularly in post-menopausal women and the elderly. But it's the cat's "healing by association" that most people find interesting: that ability of a cat to sympathetically help cure illnesses in people simply by being around them. Studies have also shown that owners, especially senior citizens, who have cats have lower blood pressure and can live longer than humans who don't own pets. Many individuals swear they can ease or completely eliminate their migraine headaches simply by lying down with a purring cat next to their head. Can't hit that minimum recommended daily dose of bone-enriching calcium? Maybe grabbing the nearest cat and holding it close may just prove to be the answer to brittle-bones. Having surgery? Perhaps after coming home, keeping a cat nearby will reduce your recovery time. So, go get a cat. Keep it happy and purring. You're both likely to be healthier and you'll have a great friend who truly understands how you're feeling. tags:Head Theatre naked rabbit tim maloney funny hamlet Gizmo Flushes Kitty Dance How to Wash A Cat - By Bud Herron Talking (more)
27 May 2007
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Rudy, played by veteran character actor Conrad Bachmann ("The West Wing" and "Tremors"), gives Diane practical advice on how to handle her husband's business schemes. Her mother Helen, played by Patty McCormack (Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee for "The Bad Seed" and a regular on "The Sopranos"), questions Diane about her fear of how things could be if she would only dare to dream. For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder****
2 Aug 2007
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Aug 16, 2007, 6:31 GMT Lima - A magnitude-7.9 earthquake and dozens of aftershocks shook central coastal Peru late Wednesday, killing at least 48 people and smashing homes, local media reported. At least 350 people have also been injured, the reports said, citing local officials. At least 20 people died and 200 were injured in the province of Ica alone, the worst hit by the quake, Lima newspapers reported. Damage was extensive there in the most powerful earthquake Peru had seen in 50 years as well as in the provinces of Canete and Chincha, identified by the Peruvian Geophysical Institute as the epicentre of the quake. Dozens of houses collapsed and people were taken to hospital, news reports said. In Ica city, a church had also collapsed, and many of the province's fatalities were caused when its cupola fell. The 160,000 residents of the city were also without electricity as firefighters and other rescue workers looked through the rubble in the dark for survivors. Damage was limited in Lima, but the quake caused panic and chaos there. Thousands fled onto the streets from apartments and offices. Telephone service was cut and windows shattered. Hospitals there reported treating injuries caused by broken glass and patients suffering shock and panic. Two people died in Lima of heart attacks. The quake was felt not only along Peru's coast but also in the country's Andean region and rainforests and into Ecuador and Brazil. The full extent of the damage and casualties were not yet known, but all of Peru's hospitals were put on emergency alert by the Health Ministry. The quake, which was centred just off the coast, prompted the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre to issue a warning for the west coast of South America. Before the notice was cancelled a few hours after the quake hit, evacuations of coastal communities were ordered in Peru and Colombia. A witness in Lima, Fernando Calderon, told CNN that the ground rumbled for two minutes before a large shake came. People fled into the streets for safety from high-rise buildings. Many people were preparing to sleep in their cars in the midst of the Peruvian winter. The tsunami warning affected Peru, Chile, Ecuador and Colombia. Lesser tsunami warnings - called a watch - were issued for Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador, Mexico and Honduras. The tsunami centre anticipated trouble because some of the temblors were rather shallow, at a depth of 30 or 40 kilometres, and more likely to cause ocean waves. Geological experts said a small wave was generated by the quake and was detected in the open ocean, but it was not large enough to cause damage, prompting the tsunami warnings and watches to be withdrawn. The US Geological Survey measured the initial quake at 7.9 on the Richter scale while Peru's Institute for Geophysics measured it at 7.5. The initial, most powerful shock struck at 6:41 pm (2341 GMT) and sent about two minutes of tremors running from its epicentre near the city of Pisco, about 45 kilometres west-north-west of Chincha Alta, Peru, and 145 kilometres south-south-east of Lima, the US Geological Survey said. Its depth was about 41 kilometres. Shudders ranging from magnitude 5.8 to 7.5 and as deep as 178 kilometres followed in its wake. President Alan Garcia appealed for calm and called an emergency session of his cabinet overnight. Schools were ordered closed Thursday and all police officers were called out onto the streets. Hospitals were ordered to treat all patients without exception. Health Ministry doctors had been on strike when the quake struck, but they immediately called off their work stoppage to treat the injured. Hernando Tavera, spokesman for the national Geophysical Institute, said the quake was the strongest to shake Peru in a half-century and the institute expected strong aftershooks over the next four to seven days. The magnitude of Wednesday's earthquake matched that of the most deadly natural disaster Peru has every seen, a 1970 magnitude-7.9 tremor centred on the northern coast that caused a landslide and killed 47,000 people. Its strength was less that the magnitude-9 tremor that set off the Indian Ocean tsunami that left 230,000 people dead or missing on December 26, 2004. source: *******news.monstersandcritics****/americas/news/article_1343731.php/Powerful_earthquake_rattles_Peru_killing_at_least_48
16 Aug 2007
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Producers' Commentary - Rudy, played by veteran character actor Conrad Bachmann ("The West Wing" and "Tremors"), gives Diane practical advice on how to handle her husband's business schemes. Her mother Helen, played by Patty McCormack (Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee for "The Bad Seed" and a regular on "The Sopranos"), questions Diane about her fear of how things could be if she would only dare to dream. For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder****
4 Sep 2007
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Asterpix Hypervideo Enables Clickable Hotspots; ExpoTV Partners With Tremor Media To Use Videopinions For Ad Campaigns; Ford Challenge Invites Drivers To Swap Cars; BrightSpot And Lance Armstrong Foundation Let Viewers Watch Ads To Fight Cancer.
28 Nov 2007
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