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This instructional video by Scuba**** is an overview of how a diver adjustable and non-adjustable regulator works. The adjustable regulator has an adjustment knob on the side which directly effects how the diaphragm moves inside the regulator, and a venturi knob which regulates how the air circulates in the diaphragm.
This instructional video by Scuba**** will show you how to properly clean your regulator after a day of diving. You can keep it clean and in good condition if you rinse it with fresh warm water to remove all the salt. It will also help if you have the ability to attach it back to a tank and blow all the remaining water out. As always, a yearly inspection at your dive shop is needed.
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Great information, some humor and a great question from a reader about how to keep iron levels regulated with you're a vegan or vegetarian and you're not eating red meat.
I also take on the popular diet book "Eat This, Not That".
BTW: If you have a health question please go ahead and either post it directly in the comments box or go up top to the "Ask Kev" tab and ask away. I'll be answering your questions on the show!
Regulation, food standards, the Australian organic food industry and labeling, all received a thorough going-over at the 9th Annual Food Regulations and Labelling Standards Conference in Sydney.
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This is about Investor Confidence. If you – the investor – feel confident the securities markets are fair – you’re gonna spend money. Businesses will get to use that money. There will be growth. But if the public “loses confidence” in the system – and suspects insiders are manipulating things – no one’s gonna want to invest. Buh-bye cash flow! Adios economic growth! Here in the U.S., economists think the public IS confident – and it shows…in the cornucopia of capital in the market. An always-evolving regulatory system keeps players in check….regulators at the federal and state level, inside the industry itself. Because frankly, it’s not the damage one cheater can do in a dishonest deal…it’s the damage to the confidence of investors that can really devastate a market.
*******www.therenegadehealthshow**** - So after I posted the organic food vs. conventional food episode demonstration...
I received a bunch of questions about how you can trust that the food you're getting is organic.
Well, if you're shopping in the grocery store, you have to watch out for these lax FDA regulations and loopholes that might leave you with a mouthful of pesticides and other nasty things!
This is some important information, so go ahead and see for yourself...
This circuit can be used as a regulated clean DC power supply to drive a laser diode or any device that requires between 1.2 and 36 volts of DC.It will produce up to 1.5 amps.The input voltage is up to 36 volts DC.The following video is just a rough guide to go along with the schematic.
A former Treasury Secretary, Lawrence Summers sees the value in smart regulations.
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Congress authorized the creation of 401(k) plans in 1981, and today they’re governed by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Although the government sets general regulations for 401(k) plans, plan administrators and employers may follow these regulations in a variety of ways.
For example, regulations allow 401(k) plans to permit hardship withdrawals, but 401(k) plans don’t have to do so. Employers can also match your plan contributions in varying amounts, or not at all.
As a result, when you enroll in a 401(k) plan, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with your plan’s policies. Your plan administrator or employer will probably offer a welcome packet explaining everything you need to know.
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Watch this 3-minute video to learn more about the new USPS Move Update regulations that went into affect on November 23rd, 2008.
There has been a lot of debate over the lack of transparency in the credit default swap market and its regulation.
In this episode of Inside The Deal Suzanne Stevens speaks with Paul Hastings partner Robert Claassen about the creation of a central clearinghouse to regulate the market.
The Bush administration has implemented a rule that will allow individual health care providers to deny patients vital health care information and services based on their own personal biases, without the patient even knowing. A woman's ability to manage her own health care is at risk of being compromised by politics and ideology.
Planned Parenthood Federation of America has fought back by filing a lawsuit with Planned Parenthood of Connecticut in the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut, asking the court to invalidate the administrative regulation finalized in December by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Regulatory review is one of four key recommendations made Wednesday by the National Venture Capital Association at its annual meeting in Boston. In Part 2 of The Deal's Behind the Money video conversation with NVCA president Mark Heesen, we talk about the regulatory climate for VC.
"The last decade has been characterized by a series of broad sweeping regulations aimed at curbing serious abuses within the financial system but fraught with unintended consequences for small pre-public and public companies," says Heesen, pointing to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and the Global Settlement to Regulation Fair Disclosure of 2000 as the chief culprits.
"The NVCA strongly supports regulation and protecting investors where necessary but does not support a 'one-size-fits-all' regulatory approach," Heesen says.
After months of soliciting input from leaders in all aspects of technology dealmaking, the NVCA outlined remedies for addressing the capital markets crisis for U.S. venture-backed companies. The proposals ask venture capitalists, investment banks, accounting firms, law firms, stock exchanges and the federal government to consider a variety of steps, including new ways to link buyers and sellers of private company stock, using a wider variety of service providers including investment banks and accounting firms, and pushing for tax policies that could boost VC investment. (Pipeline subscribers can learn more about the NVCA's recommendations here.)
Watch the video below or download it from iTunes. Click here for Part 1 of our video conversation with NVCA president Mark Heesen, when he talks about the lack of exits for venture-backed companies
Regulation, not deregulation is part of the cause for the mess we are in.
Deregulation did not cause Congress to give billions to failed banks
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