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Thursday, October 2, 2014

Upgrade Urban Isolation Units

Upgrade Urban Isolation Units


Upgrade Urban Isolation Units

Posted: 02 Oct 2014 01:34 PM PDT

Per news accounts, there are four advance isolation units in the US of A. Two of these are in low populated states. Doesn't it make more sense to update and upgrade isolation units in urban and more populous areas since there is a greater likelihood of an Ebola infected patient diagnosed in those places?

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Deadlier than Ebola

Posted: 02 Oct 2014 01:22 PM PDT

Two preventable killers cause more fatalities than Ebola in the 3 most affected states (Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea). Those two killers are:
1. Car fatalities (4,000)
2. Malaria (6,000)
More background at http://francistapon.com/Travels/Advice/Don-t-Worry-Too-Much-About-Ebola

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Ebola question

Posted: 02 Oct 2014 01:10 PM PDT

What if jihad decides to launch ebola as a weapon of mass destruction in the USA?

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Ebola Concerns

Posted: 02 Oct 2014 11:58 AM PDT

Jannet Walsh of Murdock, Minn., asks questions about the Ebola disease.

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Day 5 at Occupy: Students keep hope alive

Posted: 02 Oct 2014 10:03 AM PDT

On Day 5 of the Occupy movement the main financial district of Central Hong Kong is still blocked.
Students are getting creative with arts and crafts to spread the message of democracy. They are coming up with slogans, logos, artwork and craftwork to encourage people to keep the word out.

 

Since there is not response from the Govt. yet students are also motivating each other by walking around and holding plaques with the message to not leave until the Govt. speaks.

 

A Mobile Democracy movement has also been set up where professors from universities are educating the demonstrators about political standpoint.

 

Although the energy levels are getting subdued, the hope is still alive.

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HK Protests

Posted: 01 Oct 2014 05:01 PM PDT

Causeway bay base camp

 

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Fremont Fire in Seattle

Posted: 01 Oct 2014 02:06 PM PDT

Saw a thick black pillar of smoke coming from across Lake Union. Walked down to the lake to get this shot. Apparently Asko Processing building caught fire, luckily everyone got out okay.

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Day 4 at the Umbrella Revolution

Posted: 01 Oct 2014 12:01 PM PDT

After witnessing day 4 of the Occupy movement in Hong Kong it would be right to say that the students carrying out the demonstration have set an example for any protest in the world.
By collecting the trash, providing refreshments, medical supplies, spraying water and singing songs to keep their spirits high it was an atmosphere that displayed resilience and peace..
Today being Gandhi's Birthday, the Mahatma would be proud of the values of these students.

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Madness - RAW and untouched

Posted: 01 Oct 2014 04:27 AM PDT

One of my all-time favorite and popular photos, sharing it as it came off the camera's memory card before being processed in Adobe Camera RAW with further tweaking in Photoshop. The final version can be found in the link below, demonstrating the power of post processing.

http://www.losttracksoftime.com/p658205584/e2b362b69

Enjoy,
Matthew

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Wonderful Fall Colors, Aspen CO

Posted: 30 Sep 2014 12:51 PM PDT

Went on a day trip to Aspen, Colorado.
The fall colors are in full peak, got some great photos.

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Historic Train

Posted: 30 Sep 2014 08:46 AM PDT

The Cumbres and Toltec train is one of the few surviving coal/steam trains in the country. It operates between Chama, NM and Antonito, CO and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The railroad was used in the opening sequence of the film "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" in a flashback of a young Indiana Jones.
The railroad as it operates today was an extension of the Denver and Rio Grande railroad that served gold and silver mining at the turn of the twentieth century in the southern Rocky Mountains nearby.

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