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World is facing energy shortages, due to insufficient production, and Russian aggression towards Europe over Eukrain.
The electricity is the most suitable source is agreed by all most everyone.
Gas, is the other of sources, needs specialists to verify through international politics to an agreement for its best suitability and viability.
The BECHTEL A1B reactors are already in functioning, and has vast capacity and proven highly efficiency.
Why UK, Europe and other countries in an agreement don't create like Bechtel A1B reactors for electricity ?
Regards
Fatema Miah.
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I find that easy to believe - full speed ahead!
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If the names are wrong, then the words have no basis. If words have no basis, then deeds cannot be carried out.
孔子 (Confucius), 論語 (Analects), 13.3
...but “dress coat,” “waistcoat,” “pantaloons”
— in Russian all these words are not;
A.S. Pushkin (translated by V. Nabokov)
Each science (as well as any professional activity) has its own set of terms, polished over the centuries of development of this scientific discipline in each country. The term is not just introduced, it must be established, i.e. understood and used for quite a long time, a certain "critical mass" of people who use it in practice is needed. In the vast majority of cases, the terms are of Latin, Greek or Arabic origin (for example, algebra or chemistry), often borrowed through another language (most often English, German or French) that has an earlier scientific thesaurus. In many cases, in the course of the development of a scientific direction in a particular country, the terms change in accordance with the laws of the national language or even are replaced by their native wors (for example, in Russian solution - rastvor), sometimes native words coexist with borrowed ones (for example, in Russian - concentration - soderzhanie), etc. Of course, the areas of terms use overlap, for example, most physical terms are understandable to a chemist, etc. But often we see how terms from one science "come into fashion" and begin to be used in a completely different area. A vivid example is the word "eco", so in business they "create ecosystems" ... I understand that there are deep analogies between communities of predators and business, but not to the same extent? Or you can see the "chemistry of relationships", etc.
What do you think about this?
Should the terms be unambiguous and well defined (considering that for many used variant of the scientific language does not coincide with the native language), or is their taste (poetic) use in scientific discourse possible?
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Random scientific pseudo nomenclature can still be fun:
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Dear friends!
I hope you are doing well. I recently wrote an article dealing with democracy in Russia. What do you think? Will there be democracy in Russia, what factors are in play? Article can be found here below:
Best wishes Henrik
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The author of the question should have started with the definition of democracy that he adheres to. Dealing with clear formulations, it is easy to prove the thesis. The trouble is that there is a universally recognized definition of democracy, but it only corresponds to the realities in which its authors exist.
In connection with discussions about such phenomena, I always recall a Russian joke: “A military man and a scientist are traveling by train. The road is long, a conversation began and the scientist told the military man about his activities. The military man listened, and then asked: “Well, yes, I understand that you guys are very smart, but then why don't you walk in formation?"
The political system of Russia has only one drawback: the elite do not understand that from time to time it is necessary to change the party in power (out of two real ones as in the USA or Great Britain, or even more of these in other countries), in 4-8-12 years voters simply forget a lot, and the old, familiar evil does not seem so terrible to them. And many have the illusion that the former ruling political force is better than the current one, and that they even worked on the mistakes.
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With the Russian _alaocaruanaa continuation of the war is the world facing a global food crisis?
What are the best solutions to overcome this crisis.
all opinions are valued and appreciated.
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A whole convoy of trucks with Bulgarian, Lithuanian and Latvian numbers follows from Ukraine to Europe. Taking out food, but it will settle in European countries.
The south of Donbass, Zaporozhye region and Kherson region are regions with a favorable climate for agriculture. While the last grain is being furtively exported from the Nazi-occupied territory of Ukraine to the West, the sowing campaign is going on at an accelerated pace. Most likely, the Sea of ​​Azov will have to feed not only itself, but also its former fellow citizens along the Nezalezhnaya this and next year. And there are also two strategically important seaports - Mariupol and Berdyansk, through which metallurgy and agricultural products have traditionally been exported. Now they have seceded from Ukraine and are actually integrating into Russia. The Mariupol port may in the future become a backup for Novorossiysk, taking on part of its load. And let's not forget about even more important capital - human capital. Novorossiya is millions of Russian-speaking hardworking people who can become our new fellow citizens.
Spring field work in the Republic is nearing completion. The planned sowing target for early spring grain crops was overfulfilled by the farmers of the Slavyanoserbsky, Lutuginsky, Antratsitovsky and Novopskovsky regions, and was completely fulfilled by the commodity producers of the Perevalsky region. The sowing of early grain crops in the Krasnodon, Sverdlovsk and Starobelsk regions has almost been completed. For the group of late grain crops, more than 90% of the planned target for sowing buckwheat in the Antratsitovsky and Lutuginsky districts was fulfilled. Agrarians of the Antratsytovsky district exceeded the planned sowing target for millet by 17%. Sowing of corn for grain and green fodder continues at an active pace. More than 70% of the planned target for sowing corn for grain was fulfilled by the farmers of the Melovsky and Slavyanoserbsky districts. The agrarians of Luhansk and certain territories of the Stanichno-Lugansk region have exceeded the plan for sowing corn for grain by 15%, the agricultural producers of the Perevalsky region have almost completed the sowing of corn for grain.
The plan for sowing corn for green fodder was 100% fulfilled by the farmers of the Sverdlovsk and Starobelsk regions.
Within the technological terms, sowing of industrial crops is carried out. The planned target for sowing coriander was fulfilled by 100%, the plan for sowing mustard was overfulfilled by 4%, the plan for sowing soybeans was completed by 62%, and flax by 78%. Sunflower sowing is actively carried out in all regions of the Republic. It should be noted Novopskovsky, Markovsky and Belovodsky districts of the LPR.
For the group of fodder crops, the planned sowing target for annual grasses in the Sverdlovsk region, for perennial grasses - in the Krasnodon and Starobelsk regions was significantly exceeded.
So those who provoked the global crisis, let them worry, but we have nothing to worry about.
Russia, in turn, will sell grain to Asian and African countries that have not imposed sanctions against Russia in the fall. The rush demand for grain is due to the uncertainty in the issue of delivery to the countries of the European Union and the United States. They will suffer in the first place in this matter, because. introduced sanctions on the supply of fertilizers, and the 2022 harvest will be the lowest in the last 40 years.
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There is a concept in Soviet and Russian linguistics such as "speech culture" or "language culture" which means possession of the language norm of oral and written language, as well as "the ability to use expressive language means in different communication conditions". The same phrase denotes a linguistic discipline that is engaged in defining the boundaries of cultural (in the above sense) speech behavior, developing normative manuals, promoting the language norm and expressive language means. (wikipedia).
What is the American equivalent for this concept or is there similar discipline in English-speaking or other countries?
Also there is a similar concept but slightly different concept- "speech culture" which is defined as a set of knowledge, skills and abilities of oral and written speech used in a certain situation of communication and in compliance with the ethics of communication to achieve the desired effect in achieving the goals of communication. I need to find a synonym to this concept too.
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In the Arabic language, the term language culture refers to the sufficient linguistic skill and the limited amount of linguistic knowledge that enables the educated person to express in an easy, straightforward and sound language and to know the secrets of the language in expressing the subtle meanings affecting the recipient, such as artistic, aesthetic and creative expression. Moreover, its integrity from defects and its purification from the impurities that scratch the personality of the addressee, respecting it and not underestimating it, because it is the nation’s heritage and history, so there is no good in a nation whose intellectuals underestimate its civilization, heritage and history represented by language.
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Dear colleagues,
Me and my team are working on corpus alignment issues, and we are trying to find better ways to gloss examples in two languages (Chinese and Russian). Our concerns and options are: 1. If we put sentences in their original languages and just translations, it will not be understandable for those who are not familiar with these languages; 2. If we put transcription (glossing) and translation for every language (i.e. 3 lines for one language, which is 6 or 7 lines for one glossed example, including a line with a proper translation) together with their original version, it can appear bulky and cumbersome; 3. It is possible to put just transcriptions and translations, which will serve the purpose but will lack the original version of sentences discussed.
What is a proper way to gloss examples with sentences in 2 different languages? Which way of glossing is more suitable for journal publications?
Thank you for your answers.
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You're welcome, good luck with your paper!
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I am studying integral transforms (Fourier, Laplace, etc), to apply them in physics problems. However, it is difficult to get books that have enough exercises and their answers. I have found that in particular the Russian authors have excellent books where there are a lot of exercises and their solutions.
Greetings,
Ender
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Doubtful financial transactions are transactions carried out by customers of credit institutions that are unusual in nature and have signs of a lack of clear economic sense and obvious legitimate purposes. A burning problem of the Russian economy is the large-scale processes for the legalization of funds obtained illegally, which became possible to some extent due to the low control of cash flows.
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Hello, for an article I am looking for maps of the Crimean peninsula (ideally textbooks or atlases) from Russia and Ukraine to compare. Does anyone have appropriate materials or know of suitable contacts (textbook publishers or universities)? Best regards.
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Sorry, I don't have maps of Crimea
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Hello all,
Can you please provide some articles on soviet society? Housing, food ratio, salaries... whatever domain is fine. Also I would need some help with a few specific question. So if you are willing to help me, please add a reply.
Thank you!
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Isn't it better that delivery starts from the beginning and the right to access information?
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If I say "Russian banking" - what would be your impression from the outside of the country? How advanced it is technologically? How well structured it is organizationally? Is it competitive or not? Is it customer-friendly and inclusive?
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you can search in head banks know
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Author expresses polite request to recommend a journal in Comparative Literature which accepts:
i. submissions discussing semi-forgotten poets of Russian fin-de-siecle i.i.submissions discussing a single cycle in enitre ouvre of such figure,
ii. submissions from seemingly unremarkable graduate students
iii. submissions analyzing literature from aesthetical standpoint, with minimal relevance to burning social issues and their solutions, however defined.
[Prehistory: I'm a promising, and so far not much more, graduate student, who managed to not publish anything so far. I have no regrets though, both because world needs more reading and less writing, and simply for looking at my old drafts.]
I'm finishing an article about Nikolay Gumilyov (Николай Гумилёв, Gumilyev, Gumil'ev) - who, surprisingly for several Scopus-listed journals, is not the same person as his son, Lev Gumilyov, and whom I find shockingly understudied and underappreciated. Never particularly popular in the West, today, with interests shifting... well, away from Russian aristocratic aesthetes, he seems to be almost forgotten. Similarly in Central Europe, or at least in Poland, where I come from: before perestroika Gumilyov was "unpublishable" in Soviet Union, so it was difficult to get acquainted with his poetry when knowledge of Russian was fairly widespread, and today hardly anyone knows the language or has much interest in such topics (understandably, yet sadly). In Russia, on the other hand, he has his place in the canon secured, but it comes with a price of being incorporated into the lore of state ideology.
Fortunately, here I am with my article on his Italian Poems. While I think the article is very decent, it's not the most en vogue topic. On top of that, nolens volens, I end up arguing with almost every critic I refer to. And still, I need to publish it to face my supervisor with my head high, and also because turning this great poet into a misspelled footnote to Akhmatova and Mandelsham, or a banner woven from misinterpretations, is un-for-giv-a-ble.
Which leads to my point, as I can no longer ignore the burning question where I'm planning to submit my untimely meditations, composed in English. To make things worse, while I do offer some original input, there is no grand synthesis, the thing is quite specific. Too specific for a generalist journal, I guess, but I could try something on Modernism, or Decadence, or correspondence of arts, or Italy/Italianism. I will be grateful for any suggestions, or at least warnings!
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Call for Proposals for Chapters and Case Studies
Russian as a Foreign Language: Dynamic Teaching for Dynamic Times
Do you teach Russian as a foreign, second, or heritage language? Do you employ fun and engaging strategies instead of or in addition to a textbook that have your students beg for more Russian? Please consider submitting a proposal for a chapter or a case study in the edited volume Russian as a Foreign Language: Dynamic Teaching for Dynamic Times. We would like to hear from various fields and backgrounds of Russian language instruction. Language of publication: English; 1,500 to 5,000 words + references and appendices.
We are equally interested in theory-heavy explorations and submissions that focus on teaching experience for the Case Study practice-oriented part. International teams of co-authors are especially encouraged: please consider reaching out to a colleague outside of your country.
Submit proposals to the editor Svetlana Nuss, University of Alaska, via https://forms.gle/mSVjwczC9AN3mBPG6
Proposal requirements: up to 500-word expression of interest, outlining main arguments and methodology, if applicable.
Timeline:
- Up to 500-word expression of interest due: May 19, 2021
- Notification of acceptance to proceed to chapter/case stage: May 25, 2021
- First draft of chapters/case studies due: July 1, 2021
- Revisions and peer review: draft of chapters/case studies due: July to September, 2021
- Final manuscripts due: mid-October of 2021
- Publication: Spring of 2022
- Case-study submissions follow the same timeline and same general requirements
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Hi, Michal,
Thank you for letting me know and for your interest in the publication!
Sincerely,
Svetlana
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I am doing research paper Russian geopolitical interest at Northern sea route. .Soviet and Arctic had long history from 1930, exploring naval base by Arctic circle as today research develop nuclear icebreaker development experiment of raw materials, fisheries, oil etc. EurAsia trade with China and other as one of reason Russian economy is rebuilding,, but in long run Russian could benefit from climate change. I want discuss different opinion, fact and point some problem it could face problem with other global players.
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The Northern Sea Route (NSR), a growing shipping lane linking South-East Asia with Northern Europe through Arctic waters, is set to become a competitor to the Suez Channel for cargo delivery between these two regions.Since the mid-1930s the Northern Sea Route has been an officially managed and administered shipping route along the northern/Arctic coast of Russia.According to the New York Times, this forebodes more shipping through the Arctic, as the sea ice melts and makes shipping easier. Check the following journal about Russian policy, interest for the northern sea route.
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What are the Russian immigrant families` expectations in terms of school – family collaboration for the lockdown period with schools switching into remoted learning mode?
How can Russian immigrant families in Finland describe the Finnish school`s policy of school – family engagement during the COVID-19 lockdown in the spring 2019?
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Interesting
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In my city, the heat continues for the second week - today it’s +35, and tomorrow weather forecasters promise +37. For a Russian, especially an Ural, this is a very uncomfortable temperature. Everybody who are able to move, go to the shore of a river or lake, but other are tormented.
But I know that in other parts of the world there are +40 and +45 ... How do you survive in such weather?
In my opinion, -35 is better than +35 ... (The Russian is not the one who does not freeze, but the one who dresses warmly ...). My friend said not long ago: Now I want a cold rain, I will put on a raincoat and go for a walk through the puddles. But this is a dream...
NB. Do not offer air conditioning, this temperature in our region is no more than 10 days a year. This is not an effective purchase.
Update: July 15 was new temperature record - +37.7 C in shadow (for this day, previous was fixed in 1931, 89 years ago). Today, July 16, these guys predict 38 (absolute temperature record was fixed at Ekaterinburg July 1, 1911 - 38.8 C)...
Update: July 16 gave new temperatur record. There was 39.1 C in Ekaterinburg. This is absolute record during all time of regular observation (since January 1, 1836).
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we have to travel to there then we can realize about the weather of Russia
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Dear Colleagues!
The main focus of me and the Department, i am honoured to lead at the Southern Federal University (Rostov-on-Don, Russia) is a development of the Teacher Education as well as Teacher Educators at the on-going conditions, resources and restrictions. We try to comprehend, what can a Department of Education and Educational Studies do to respond the 4 main challenges:
1. What are Education, Teacher and all the Metaphysics of European and Russian Cultures in the context of the XXI Century?
2. What should be a Teacher Education Curriculum, and moreover, what principles should be chosen to make it up?
3. What are Technologies to stimulate continuous professional advance of teachers? Are they obviously IT and AI, or should we treat this concept in a more broad way?
4. How can we treat the management system in general and teacher education to get it a factor of development, not a detention?
We will have discuss these and many other important questions at the platform "Urait" on 13th of January, (15.00 by MSK, 13.00 by CET). Registration is already open here: http://urait.ru/events/1714
ATTENTION, PLEASE: The discussion will be in Russian WITHOUT translation, but if you're not scared with this fact, HEARTFULLY WELCOME!
Sincerely Yours, Alexandre G. Bermous (Dr.of Education, Professor, Head of the Department of Education and Educational Studies at the Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia)
m.tel: +7(904)503-40-18
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Greetings for 2021! I think there are two approaches to this question (1) Teacher education that is timeless (2) Specific requirements of the 21st century. I'll do the second first..
Common thoughts about the specific requirements of the 21st century include - preparing students and teachers for an unknown, constantly, rapidly changing future, characterised by technology, climate and planetary well-being, the development of creativity (creative, new solutions), perhaps a much more radical approach to schooling - changing the walls, locations, curriculum, age groups, individual differentiation.....There are also many teaching pathways - and people are not settled necessarily into these for life - preparing teachers initially for the next 5-10 years maybe as much as can now be done. It is not a 'one-off'.
The timeless requirements of teaching for which teacher education needs to help prepare are: That teachers are committed to the wellbeing and development of each child entrusted to them, that they can be flexible in their educative approaches, that they are themselves continuing learners, committed to their own development as human beings, that they are curious, thoughtful, caring, and have the personal resources to cope with a variety of students, all of whom will need versatility, patience, insight. If people are going to 'train' to teach - it is not a mechanistic, methodological matter only - it is deeply personal.
My research is about a 'holistic principle' for education and therefore teacher education in the 21st century: That children (students) and their learning, and the universe in which human beings participate are viewed from a 'whole' perspective. This perspective is fundamental to contemporary teacher education. Best. N
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Has interest in this historically important figure survived the collapse of the Soviet Union?
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If you look at JSTOR a simple search can be filtered by date, so from 1991 to 2010 a search of 'Chernyshevsky revolution' yields 190 results, while from 1971 to 1990 it yields 329. If really interested in the question you would want to examine the material qualitatively in more detail but that suggests that academic interest has lessened. At first glance this looks a little faster than might be accounted for simply by decreasing relevance due to the passage of time, so perhaps there has been a re-evaluation in some subfield.
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Vopr Kurortol Fizioter Lech Fiz Kult. 2001 May-Jun;(3):15-8.
[Laser therapy of elderly patients with pneumonia].
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Lutaĭ AV, Egorova LA, Shutemova EA.
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The aim of the study was to evaluate the efficiency of laser therapy included into the treatment of pneumonia in the elderly. A follow-up included the analysis of their clinical status and external respiratory function, pulmonary blood flow, and immunological parameters in 2 matched groups of pneumonia patients aged 60 to 72 years. Low-intensity laser therapy (transcutaneous sliding contact procedure) was used as part of routine treatment in one of the groups. The findings demonstrate that non-drug treatment had an undeniably positive impact. There was an earlier regress of clinical symptoms and a sound recovery of functional parameters. In the absence of side effects of this method, these data allow infrared laser therapy to be recommended for rehabilitation of elderly patients with pneumonia.
Sov Med. 1989;(7):22-6.
[Intravenous laser therapy in multimodal treatment of acute pneumonia].
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Korochkin IM, Platonova TK, Kapustina GM, Belov AM, Alekseeva OG.
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Such therapy has been administered to 70 patients with acute pneumonias. 25 patients on traditional therapy have made up the reference group. The effects of laser therapy on the clinical picture, status of the coagulation system cellular and plasma factors, fibrinolysis, and on the blood stream at the site of the pneumonic involvement have been examined in the patients with acute pneumonias in single tests and after a course of treatment. Intravenous laser therapy has had a favourable effect on the clinical course of acute pneumonias, accelerating the terms of pneumonia resolution and promoting and earlier and more complete restoration of the blood stream and normalization of the hemostasis, in contrast to routine therapy.
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Photomed Laser Surg. 2010 Dec;28(6):763-71. doi: 10.1089/pho.2009.2638.
Low-level laser therapy associated to N-acetylcysteine lowers macrophage inflammatory protein-2 (MIP-2) mRNA expression and generation of intracellular reactive oxygen species in alveolar macrophages.
de Lima FM1, Villaverde AB, Albertini R, de Oliveira AP, Faria Neto HC, Aimbire F.
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OBJECTIVE:
The aim of this work was to investigate the low-level laser therapy (LLLT) effect on alveolar macrophages (AM) activated by oxidative stress and lipopolysaccharide (LPS).
BACKGROUND DATA:
LLLT has been reported to actuate positively relieving the late and early symptoms of airway and lung inflammation. It is not known if the increased MIP-2 mRNA expression and intracellular reactive oxygen species (ROS) generation observed in acute lung inflammation (ALI) can be influenced by LLLT.
MATERIALS AND METHODS:
Rat AM cell line (AMJ2-C11) was cultured with LPS or H(2)O(2) and laser irradiated. MIP-2 mRNA and ROS production in the AM were evaluated by Real Time-PCR and the 2',7'-dichlorofluorescin diacetate (DCFH-DA) respectively. The NF-κB protein in the AM was measured by the enzyme linked immunoassay method. To investigate the antioxidant effect of laser, the AM were prebathed with N-acetylcysteine (NAC) and then irradiated with laser. LLLT was also studied in the presence of an inhibitor of NF-κB (BMS 205820). In addition, the effect of LLLT on NF-κB protein was investigated.
RESULTS:
LLLT attenuated the MIP-2 mRNA expression and intracellular ROS generation after LPS or H(2)O(2). When the AM were pretreated with NAC, the laser effect was potentiated. BMS 205820 suppresses the effect of LLLT on MIP-2 mRNA expression and ROS generation, stimulated by LPS or H(2)O(2). On NF-κB transcription factor, both the LLLT and NAC reduced this protein in the AM exposed to LPS or H(2)O(2). The synergistic effect between LLLT and NAC on the reduction the NF-κB was also evidenced.
CONCLUSION:
Results indicate that there is a synergistic action of LLLT with NAC on MIP-2 mRNA expression from LPS- or H(2)O(2)-stimulated AM, and that both ROS intracellular generation and NF-kB signaling seem to be involved.
PMID:21142721; DOI: 10.1089/pho.2009.2638
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Low Level Laser Therapy as a treatment for Covid-19 may seem a bit futuristic, but in today's crazy pandemic-driven world, it may take this kind of 'out of the box' thinking to get us through this crisis.
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My colleagues and I issue a journal "Social Phenomena". It is an nonprofit independent platform for scholars who support the open science movement and wish to share their knowledge with others. The mission of our journal is to help authors share their ideas with the Russian-speaking scientific audience. We translate all articles into Russian and publish them for free in open access. We also do not charge authors any fees because we believe that there is no place for commerce in science.
The theme of the next issue is "Giftedness: the conditions and factors". We welcome all authors from various branches of science who are interested in this topic and want to make their research open to fellow Russian scholars.
The additional info is in the attached file and here http://journal.socialphenomena.org/en/
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Very interesting
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With the current breakthrough in research by the Russians & in lieu of the fact that most public schools & businesses would resume normal activities, is it advisable for parents to allow their children flaunt the COVID-19 safety rules because there is a cure available?
Is it even safe to leave home for school without wearing the face mask or just hanging it beneath the jaws like most individuals do out of ignorance?
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Dear Dr. Peter Etaware ,
in my opinion we must not let our guard down and it is essential to be able to know the situation around us (monitoring of the infection) and reasonably adapt to it both in the workplace (... or at school) but also in free time. In Italy, where the situation is "partially" under control and the presence in the workplace is recovering, as has happened in schools, we absolutely must not forget what happened in the past. The spacing rules are the base, mask (if it is not possible to spacing mandatory both in open and closed places) and personal hygiene related to disinfection of public places have been maintained and I hope we are followed by citizens, at least those who have civic sense . This way we can try to have more time ... in the hope that an adequate vaccine will be developed, tested and distributed.
Best regards, Pierluigi Traverso. (CNR.IAS-Genoa-Italy)
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Could you recommend any literature on the intercultural aspect of prosody in women's political speeches, please? It can be in English, German, Russian, or Spanish.
Thank you!
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You can read: Hughes, Linda K. The Cambridge Companion to Victorian Women's Poetry || Prosody, 2019.
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The major powers are locked in a global race for a vaccine that President Trump, Mr. Putin and China’s president, Xi Jinping, are treating as a proxy war for their personal leadership and competing national systems. The United States, with an effort called Operation Warp Speed, and China have poured billions into the pursuit, and health officials worry that Russia is trying to snatch a victory by cutting corners.
By skipping large-scale clinical trials, the Russian dash for a vaccine has raised widespread concern that it is circumventing vital steps — and potentially endangering people — in order to score global propaganda points.
Russia’s vaccine sped through early monkey and human trials with apparent success. But Moscow was cautioned just last week by the World Health Organization not to stray from the usual methods of testing a vaccine for safety and efficacy.
Beyond that, the United States, Canadian and British governments have all accused Russian state hackers of trying to steal vaccine research. Russian officials have denied the accusations, and say their vaccine is based on a design developed years ago by Russian scientists to counter the Ebola virus.
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Certainly, part of the control of superpowers is controlling the management of crises, so one of the most important issues that make countries strong in their political decisions are health and medical issues.
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Dear Sir/Madam, A research item has been added to my name. i suspect it is fraud as it is all in russian and several of the authors are non-russians.
Deleted research item The research item mentioned here has been deleted
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Ase, inasmuch as this may be unfortunate, I guess, as a corrective measure, you can write to the editor of the journal to try and rectify the anomaly. Contacting the corresponding author and stating that you wish to be dissociated from being included in the publication could also provide a way out. Hope it is resolved. Good luck.
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Dear Research Gate team! I’ve been trying to discuss my “WZ Scatter” Experiment Proposal for CERN with Russian researcher whom RG SUGGESTED as a possible Contact a while ago. This researcher (VK) in his replies to my messages decided for some UNCLEAR REASON to “transform” my first name GEORGE to his liking and keeps using HIS VERSION of my name WITHOUT PAYING ANY ATTENTION to the SIGNATURE of my messages! Whether this is a result of a WIDESPREAD LACK of SELF-RESPECT among Russians or PART of KREMLIN’S CAMPAIGN against Russian DISSIDENTS it is hard to tell.. I do NOT APPRECIATE his “customizations” of my first name and therefore would like you to get in touch with him and REMIND HIM of the need for RESPECT for others we happen to enjoy in CIVILIZED WORLD! Best regards, George Matveev www.matveev.se P.S. two of his recent messages (with links) which I FIRST noticed on Sunday 28 June appeared on RG as if sent 9 and 8 DAYS ago! Which seems to indicate that some sort of MANIPULATION was involved. Just for your information.
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If someone does not respect you, you don't respect in return, because:
" Respect begets respect".
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I study contextual factors (including cultural factors) that determine the socio-emotional development of children aged 10 and 15 years. This study is part of the SSES international study - The Study on Social and Emotional Skills. Are there any similar studies on russian samples?
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Do you have any formal explantion of that term? The characteristic features, method for establishing? Relation to the lithostratigraphy? Any published sources?
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A svita in Russian usage is broadly comparable to a formation (and is often translated as such) However, while a formation is formally defined as a mappable unit within a hierarchy of Supergroup-Group-Formation-Member-Bed, there is no formal definition of a svita. It is just a general stratigraphic term for a "middle-sized" mappable/correlatable stratigraphic unit.
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An article by Irek Sabitov, a Russian journalist, and myself will appear in the Winter 2020 edition of the U.S. Navy War College Review. Our article concerns the April 1969 North Korean downing of a U.S. Navy EC-121 spy plane in the Sea of Japan.
It’s a well-known Cold War story, but seen from both the U.S. and Soviet sides... with a twist.
On April 15, 1969, the U.S. and Soviet Union took part in a rare, 4-day, joint search-and-rescue (SAR) operation to locate and retrieve the bodies off a U.S. Navy EC-121 spy plane that was shot out of the sky by North Korean fighters.
And yet, despite the fact that three Soviet destroyers took part in this SAR operation, and a Soviet sailor (who we interviewed) said he personally placed human remains into plastic bags and then transferred those body parts to a U.S. ship (USS Turner), the Russians were never given credit for recovering of the dead airmen’s remains and their transfer to U.S. custody.
The draft of a speech to be given by President Nixon five days after the shootdown failed to mention the Russians.
Following the incident, the U.S. Navy handed out photos of the recovered wreckage and coffins of the two EC-121 crewmen’s bodies pulled from the sea. But again, none of the photos’ captions mentioned the Russians.
The photo of a Soviet destroyer (taken by a U.S. Air Force Reserve aircraft) appeared on the front page of the New York Times on April 17, 1969. There was mention of how the destroyer’s whaleboat was to pick up “debris,” but nothing about human remains.
After the recovery effort had ended, a newly-declassified top-secret DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency) memorandum described the SAR operation. But, once again, there was no mention of the Russians.
Had the President of the United States and the U.S. Navy deliberately kept the Soviet role in this episode of Cold War history from the American public?
Editorial Board, Journal of Oriental Studies (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow) Editorial Board, Journal "Vostok”
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سيدي العزيز بيل
لو لم تكن مؤامره لانتهت الحرب بينهما ولم تستمر لأكثر من سنتان على الأكثر ولكنهم عملوا على تقسيم العالم بينهما ليسيطروا عليه
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I study contextual factors (including cultural factors) that determine the socio-emotional development of children aged 10 and 15 years. This study is part of the SSES international study - The Study on Social and Emotional Skills. Are there any similar studies on russian samples?
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Undoubtedly the topic you want to study is very interesting and valid. For now I have two suggestions. You could refer in your study to the ecological theory of Urie Bronfenbrenner (who was born in Russia), who studies the influence of the environment on the development of the person (and especially of the child). Perhaps it would be better to use the name pre-adolescents or early adolescence by age you have indicated and not children. Good job. Zbigniew
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Now days the springs revolution to change goverments in arab countries are more than before,and this philosophy is now happening in many countries, In political philosophy, the right of revolution (or right of rebellion) is the right or duty of the people of a nation to overthrow a government that acts against their common interests and/or threatens the safety of the people without cause. Stated throughout history in one form or another, the belief in this right has been used to justify various revolutions, including the French Revolution, the Russian Revolution, and the Iranian
So can this happens now in many countries?,
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The spring in IRAQ,Lebanon and Algeria is in progress to change the laws,elections and prime minister away from corruption and money stolen from budget,This needs time and masses of nation will win at last ,they give more sacrifices,and country will be liberated from blood suckers.
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Kazan federal University has a similar project and it could be interesting to share the results.
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The Potential-project is so far a national project. Thanks for your interest.
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Part of my researsh works are in Russian and Hebrew.
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Many of the RG members add their works in Russian, Arab, Hebrew, Spain, Italian and other languages. But it would be better if you add your texts also in English translation. My best regards to you!
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Dear authors, It is possible to translate your publication into Russian and publish it in the Russian Homeopathic Journal with a link to the original?
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Leonid Kosmodemyansky
Chief Editor
Russian homeopathic journal
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The Aurum Project Research Team would appreciate if you could ensure that the translation is conducted using an accredited translator to ensure the veracity of the content.
To reference our poster presented at the HRI Conference (June 2019) you could cite the Abstract Reference from the HRI publication of abstracts (check their website for the links) and you could also use the doi for the poster content from ResearchGate - it will go directly to the poster we shared on this site.
If you would like to discuss this further please feel free to send me an email or private message me.
Kind regards,
Dr Celeste Salter (on behalf of the Aurum Project Research team)
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Chess Influence on Brain?
Want to transform your brain and make better decisions? Learn chess, a game synonymous with intelligence and brain power. It's been proven by numerous studies to help a variety of mind skills and has been growing in popularity around the world. 
According to a World-Chess-Federation-sanctioned YouGov polling studyfrom 2012, 70% of adults have played chess at some point in their lives, with the number of worldwide chess players estimated to be above 605 million. The percentage of active chess players stood at 15% in the US, 23% in Germany, and 43% in Russia. A whopping 85 million played chess in India, buoyed by the popularity of the former world chess champion Viswanathan Anand. 
Some more recent stats from the organizers of the 2014 world chess championship report that 1.2 billion viewers watched that competition. 
How do you play chess? To be very brief: it’s a board game played by two opponents, each with 16 pieces, who use strategic thinking to put the opponent's king piece under an attack from which it cannot escape, called a “checkmate”. 
Chess is an ancient game, at least 1500 years old. It likely originated in India, derived from the strategy game chaturanga. Chess went through a number of forms but eventually its rules were standardized and world championships began to be held in the 19h century. The current world chess champion is Norwegian Magnus Carlsen, who recently defended his title against the Russian Sergey Karjakin. The women’s chess champ is Hou Yifan from China.
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Hello everyone! I am PhD student of Gubkin Russian state university of oil and gas.
How can I disable this dialog appear, which showed when I was switching simulation mode? 
And how disable this dialog appear? It doesn't allow to make automatisation of simulation case!
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Hi,
Try this:
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The role of science in building the modern-day society is so enormous without any hitherto of doubt that the blind can feel and the deaf can see. Application of scientific knowledge is pivoted in formulating the social structures of any kind through the local and industrial production to all levels of education (Markova, 2017). The values attached to science by society is a reflection of inevitable scientific knowledge application in satisfying the basic needs of human beings and improving quality of life and well-being. Despite the utility of science through application of its knowledge in the society the big questions remain: What constitutes scientific knowledge? What are the unique features of scientific knowledge that make it different from other types of knowledge? In the next few paragraphs, I will attempt to address these questions.
Questions on the nature of scientific knowledge is philosophical and it is imperative to treat it as such. Therefore, the type of knowledge science is can be explained from the epistemological perspective which primarily concerns with the theory of knowledge in general. Despite the much effort that have been expended towards identification of constituents of scientific knowledge among educational philosophers there seems to be no universal agreement. However, some components such as statements, concepts, hypotheses, theories, methodology, etc., stand out in scientific practices. In an attempt to explain these components of scientific knowledge and their interrelationships, an overview of two epistemologies will be provided. These are the epistemology developed by Popper (2002) and that of Bunge (1998a, 1998b).
In the conceptualization of scientific knowledge, Popper sees statements as cardinal constituents and tools to describing concepts (basic or universal) coupled with associated relationships. In his view, a statement could be singular – describing experimental observation, or universal – all-inclusive based on experience. It is by default necessary for concepts to feature in scientific statements. Accordingly, a singular statement encompasses the description of an occurrence – real phenomenon – which in turn could form a building block for an event-similar occurrence which differ only in space or time. A special kind of statement is a hypothesis while a law is a unique type of universal statement. Another major component of scientific knowledge is a theory – a collection of scientific statements. Finally, a special kind of theory is a methodology (Hars, 2001; Popper, 2002). These components sum together constitute Popper’s epistemology of scientific knowledge.
Another perspective of the kind of knowledge science really is can be understood from Bunge’s epistemology of scientific knowledge. According to Bunge (1998a, 1998b), ideas and facts are basic building blocks of a scientific knowledge of an object. Scientific ideas can be broken into factual hypotheses or observational hypotheses. A factual hypothesis requires creativity as it is not often extracted from data. Another component of scientific knowledge as described by Bunger are problems which could be solved using formula that encompasses concepts and variables. Data generated by scientific experience (e.g., measurement, observation and experiment) could be linked to hypotheses towards forming theories. Hence, theories are collection of hypotheses which can be deeper than one and other.
From the foregoing paragraphs it is evident that a scientific knowledge could be conceived of as a systematically synthesis of ideas about an object, occurrence, phenomenon or event through hypotheses that are subjected to testing using measurement, observation, experiment and refined accordingly for a rational explanation (theory) of the phenomenon. These features-ideas, hypothesizing, experimentation, methodology, theorizing, etc., coupled with its empirical integration make scientific knowledge different from other types of knowledge.
It will be a good idea if your thoughts can be captured in the comment section. Thank you.
References
Bunge, M. A. (1998a). Philosophy of science, volume 1: From problem to theory. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishing.
Bunge, M. A. (1998b). Philosophy of science, volume 2: From explanation to justification. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishing.
Hars, A. (2001). Designing scientific knowledge infrastructures: The contribution of epistemology. Information Systems Frontiers, 3(1), 63–73.
Markova, L. A. (2017). The Turn in Social Investigations of Scientific Knowledge. Russian Studies in Philosophy, 55(1), 26-36. doi:10.1080/10611967.2017.1296290
Popper, K. (2002). The Logic of Scientific Discovery (6th ed.). London: Routledge.
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In my opinion, scientific knowledge differs from other types of knowledge, data, information, etc., primarily by the following features:
1. Scientific knowledge is fully objective, verified by independent scientific research. The course of the conducted research, applied research methods and their nature and research issues should be determined objectively by scientists, ie independently of other entities and institutions.
2. Scientific knowledge should serve people, solve key problems of civilization development, should inspire to develop cooperation between people, etc. New scientific research should be undertaken on topics that were diagnosed with opportunities or threats to the development of human civilization but also natural environment, sustainable development, etc. .
3. Scientific knowledge can not be used in media propaganda, propaganda carried out by dominant companies and corporations as well as other pressure groups. Scientific knowledge should not be used in the media to falsify the image of reality for citizens, in order to create a specific ideology resulting from the interest of a specific company or institution operating anti-social.
4. Scientific knowledge inspires to ask more questions and to seek answers by conducting scientific research using increasingly new research tools and new technologies. Scientific knowledge should inspire to conduct further scientific research, to formulate questions and research theses on topics crucial for the development of human civilization but also the natural environment, sustainable development, etc.
5. Scientific knowledge should be extended through objectively, ethically, socially-led scientific research. In order to make scientific knowledge objectively enriched with new content, institutions that finance the conduct of scientific research can not affect the course and results of scientific research.
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We are only starting in Russian Far East to use our network of camera traps to investigate ungulates -tiger prey. I would be very obliged to get more information about methodologies. Yury, deputy director of science of Land of Leopard national park
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@ Neha Awasthi
Dear Neha,
Thank youy for your prompt reply. We shall read proposed papers and try to follow your project.
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INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR MONITORIHG THE STATE OF THE NATURAL ENVIROPMENT ACCORDIHG TO THE RUSSIAN SATELLITE
Svetlana V. Veretekhina1, Tatyana V. Karyagina2, Kornyushko V.F.3, Burlyaeva E.V4, KolybanovK.Ju.5, Elena V. Potekhina6, Elena G. Shmakova7
1 Department of Information Systems, Networks and Security, Faculty of Information Technologies, Russian State Social University, Moscow, Russia. E-mail: veretehinas@mail.ru
2Department of mathematics and computer science, faculty of information technologies, Faculty of Information Technologies, Russian State Social University, Moscow, Russia. E-mail: zolinatv@mail.ru
3M.V. Lomonosov Institute of Fine Chemical Technologies, MIREA – Russian Technological University, Moscow, Russia. E-mail: vfk256@mail.ru
4M.V. Lomonosov Institute of Fine Chemical Technologies, MIREA – Russian Technological University, Moscow, Russia. E-mail: burlyaeva@mirea.ru
5M.V. Lomonosov Institute of Fine Chemical Technologies, MIREA – Russian Technological University, Moscow, Russia. E-mail. E-mail: cyrk@mitht.ru
6Department of mathematics and computer sciencе, Faculty of Information Technologies, Russian State Social University, Moscow, Russia. E-mail: pivnevasv@rgsu.net
7Department of Information Systems, Networks and Security, Faculty of Information Technologies, Russian State Social University, Moscow, Russia. E-mail:ShmakovaEG@rgsu.net
*corresponding author email: veretehinas@mail.ru
Abstract: In the study of the authors the technology of monitoring the environmental situation according to satellite data. The authors reviewed the satellites of the leading countries of the world: Russia, USA, UK, Canada, India, Korea, Japan, China, France, Brazil, Spain. The share of the countries Israel, Italy, Argentina, Chile, Venezuela in the launch of space programs was determined. When choosing a methodology for the study of environmental monitoring according to satellite data, the authors used methods of measurement, description, modeling. The main purpose of the work is the use of satellite data to determine the ecology of the area. Detection of air, water and soil pollution. In the first part of the work identified and classified all types of pollution. Determined their impact on humans. Summed up the theoretical material for decision-making modeling of ecological situations (A. S. Modelski). It is revealed that an important aspect of the preservation of personal and environmental resources is the presence of a clean environmental situation. The sources of infection were identified and grouped. An example of environmental monitoring in the Russian Federation from space is given. The project of the Government program "Digital economy" on space monitoring "Kazakhstan"is described. The main purpose – the analysis of ecology on a photograph from space of agricultural grounds and water resources of Kazakhstan (the river, lake, pond, channels with irrigation water) is defined. The example of monitoring the ecological status of the selected lake Baikal shows mail pollution. According to the satellite images, the time of cleaning the contaminated area was determined. natural processes in the observed areas or objects. The authors ' studies have revealed solutions to the socio-economic problems of the Russian Federation and international cooperation. For peaceful purposes, the Government of the Russian Federation decides to approve a legislative document on the planning of space surveys, the reception, processing, storage and dissemination of remote sensing Data from civil spacecraft of high resolution (less than 2 meters).RF Government decree of June 10, 2005. N 370. In the methods of the study are described from which server to take the information from NASA. The processes of automated information processing are described. The work of the Copernicus atmosphere monitoring Service is described, the site of useful information is specified. In conclusion, the authors determined that environmental information is required promptly. A person can receive such information only at the expense of satellite data. Humanity is increasingly putting at the service of remote sensing data of the Earth. It was discussed that the control of air, water and soil should be carried out only on high-resolution images. The study identified countries that invest in space monitoring. Countries control the environment.
Keywords: the definition of ecological status, space monitoring, remote sensing data of the earth, the satellite Sentinel-1A, environment of air, water, soil, studies of Russian state University of Moscow.
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Hello Svetlana, I can.
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Actually, In Vietnam coal industry, we have been using Russian and Poland method for determination of coals incubation period. The basic theory of those method was the measurement of coal oxidation value in the adiabatic condition. However, the accuracy of this parameter was not so well in compare with the fact. Therefore, I would like to ask for your way to determination this parameter. Thank you in advance for your attention.
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During the project of thick-seam at Khotadih colliery, we came to know about an interesting fact/finding that the incubation period of coal seam that has been considered over the period of experience has been overshadowed by different external parameters related to ventilation and other factors like frictional ignition temperature. We have successfully encountered the problem of spontaneous heating in that mine and find out the effect of exogenous factors as mentioned above for actual evaluation of incubation period. In this regard we also can help you in dealing with the problem in determining incubation period of the coal. If you want we also can collaborate in this regard.
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Sergei Lavrov, Russian Foreign Minister, has asserted that:
'The West has lost its monopoly over the globalisation process.' Have the liberal values of Western civilisation lost their power and influence. If so, what will emerge?
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Ronaldo, so do I. My point of course concerned the issue and nature of debate.
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Hi fellow researchers in cognitive lingustics. I am currently finishing my book on the teaching of phrasal verbs from an Applied Cognitive Construction Grammar framework. In order to reach the widest audience possible, I would like to translate the book's one-page preface into several languages, starting with Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese) and Russian. If anyone is interested, please, download the attached file (other languages are also welcome). It goes without saying that the sources of the selected translations will be included in the book (plus a big "thanks" in the acknowledgements section). In addition, I will send a free interactive PDF of the book to those who generously collaborate with me in this task. Thanks to those interested.
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Applied Cognitive Construction Grammar (ACCxG) describes an approach to pedagogical grammar that stresses the pivotal role of speaker-meaning rather than the definition of an exhaustive inventory of constructions available to speakers in the linguistic system.
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The list of simulation software is available at
Please visit the corresponding website if you do not understand Russian.
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The list will be helpful, especially if they are categorized by the type and application. If there is an overarching organization for simulation software (government or commercial), a link to that organization or main points of contact can be useful.
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Hello, Tatiana Chichinina and I.R. Obolentseva,
I am what is called a ' senior' geophysicist.
I worked in Soviet Union with Leonid Brodov in 1980 about 3C seismic, shear waves ... and azimuthal anisotropy.
Even met with Gal'perin once.
I have hust discovered your article:
" Fifty years of seismic anisotropy studies in Russia
  • October 2010
  • Russian Geology and Geophysics 51(10):1133-1146 ",
I would enjoy chatting with you and I.R. Obolentseva on this subject.
Best regards
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The first method have applications in engineering scale while the other one in crustal and wider scale.
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However, there is a text in Russian, and if you manage to read, then you will get acquainted with a wonderful pre-quantum model of gravity.
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Colleagues, could you tell me, how do you define the term “tourist flow” and what is the method of counting it? In the Russian Federation, the process of creating a tourist flow calculation method is underway and I will be grateful for information on this issue.
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Hi;
I hope the file attached give the definitional clarity for you. There exist tourism satellite accounting methodology and some examples. Follow them.
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Dear Colleagues!
There is an interest to participate in the project. I have fees in ethanol from different Russian species Nicrophorus. There is a single article in Russian. May I find or send if there is interest. If you are interested in writing everything in detail.
Sincerely, Sergey Pushkin
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sounds interesting, we're currently sequencing mites from different populations to screen for cryptic variation. Mites from Russia would be very interesting to look at - why don't you drop me an email? Volker.Nehring(at)biologie.uni-freiburg.de
Cheers,
Volker
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Hello, everyone.
Recently, I tried to deteremine by titrimetry the esterification degree (ED) of pectin in our lab.
That is usual sutff as one titulate a pectin solution with NaOH till pH 8.5, add more NaOH, saponify for 2 hours, add HCl till neutralization and then titulate again with NaOH. This shoud give you free and esterified carbonyl groups in pectin. Should!! As my results indicated a 8% esterified pectin which is awfully low. Analysis of comercial pectin indicated a 15% ED. Any ideas what I might be doing wrong?
Thanks
Reference used:
BOCHEK, A. M.; ZABIVALOVA, N. M.;
PETROPAVLOVSKII, G. A. Determination of the
esterification degree of polygalacturonic acid. Russian
Journal of Applied Chemistry, v. 74, n. 5, p. 775-777,
2001.
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Hello, everyone. Thanks to all that took time to read and answer my question. I have managed to correct my procedure and results are consistent now. Seems like the problem was with the acid soluction concentration. My advise: never forget the basics. Best wishes.
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is terrific and cutting egde scientific result. I know
as an independently thinking talentad astrophysicist.
My complemets with new step in fighting prejudeces!
Ildus Nurgaliev,
Here are some notes of myselfe in the same context.
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actually galaxies maintain their structure for as far back as we can see. Clusters maintain their cluster as far back as we can see. Nevertheless no one claims eternal results for anything in the Universe. That is not the point of dark matter or visible matter.
In addition x-ray emission is still gravitationally bound in clusters. True Zwicky did not include x-rays or other wavelengths, but his result holds firm for visible matter.
Karan R.Takkhi Spiral galaxies cannot be compared to planetary systems. There is different physics involved. Spiral galaxies rotate differentially all the way from center to edge in such a way that the rotation curve is flat. Planetary systems have a Keplerian curve. There is no rotation problem. A Mestel disk has a flat rotation curve without dark matter. Other potentials also produce flat curves. There is no missing mass in the Milky Way.
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The Theory of Relativity is incorrect because the force of the interaction of two charges depends on the distance between the charges and on their relative velocity. Dimensions, time and mass do not depend on the velocity of movement of the charges.
All the phenomena of the electrodynamics of moving bodies are calculated simpler and more precisely with the help of a force that depends on distance and velocity [1] - [4], than with the help of the Theory of Relativity.
References
1. Smulsky, J.J. 1994. The Electromagnetic and Gravitational Actions (The Non-Relativistic Tractates). Novosibirsk: "Science" Publisher. 225 p. (In Russian). http://www.ikz.ru/~smulski/ElGrVz2.pdf.
2. Smulsky, J.J. 1999. The Theory of Interaction. Novosibirsk: Publishing house of Novosibirsk University, Scientific Publishing Center of United Institute of Geology and Geophysics Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences. 293 p. (In Russian) http://www.ikz.ru/~smulski/TVfulA5_2.pdf.
3. Smulsky, J.J. 2004. The Theory of Interaction. Ekaterinburg, Russia: Publishing house "Cultural Information Bank". 304 p. http://www.ikz.ru/~smulski/TVEnA5_2.pdf.
4. Smulsky, J.J. 2014. Electrodynamics of moving bodies. Determination of forces and calculation of movements. Saarbrucken, Germany: "Palmarium Academic Publishing". 324 p. ISBN 978-3-659-98421-1. (In Russian). http://www.ikz.ru/~smulski/ElMovBdJ.pdf.
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Dear Joseph,
I reached the very same conclusion. You will find on pages 2 to 4 of this recently published paper the exact reason why SR is incompatible with electromagnetism, which should confirm your conclusion.
SR and GR alike are unable to account for the existence of electric charges.
Best Regards
André
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Dear friends,
We are going to start a new journal that will publish all articles in two languages: original version in Russian and translated version in English. The both versions will contain the similar title and abstract in English.
Unfortunately I can't get any information about how Scopus treat the multilingual versions of the same paper? Will original and translation be indexed as one work or as separate ones?
And shall we use the same DOI for original and translation?
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Dear Dmitry, I think that problems with papers in Russian are the same in both cases, i.e. how to adapt papers in Russian for Scopus reguirements.
Good luck with a new journal!
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For groups generated by homomorphisms of parity, such a connection exists. See the preprint (in Russian):
Perhaps you have other examples of such a connection. Please share your thoughts on this matter.
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Poincare group (the first fundamental group) of equivalent or homotopic topological spaces are isomorphic. The same for higher dimensional fundamental groups of the topological spaces.
Hope the attached paper is helpful to follow the commutator
of the essential groups of Poincare and Lorentz.
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Dear Dr. Valery Tuchin, My name is J.A.Delgado Atencio.
I appreciate Very Much How to Cite This Document:
Editor’s Introduction: Optical Methods for Biomedical Diagnosis
Valery V. Tuchin Saratov National Research State University National Research Tomsk State University Institute of Precision Mechanics and Control, Russian Academy of Sciences.
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It looks like an intro to this multi-volume monography: http://spie.org/Publications/Book/2219613 (don't 100% sure, but the SPIE numbers are the same), and should be cited as chapter in the multi-volume book in the citation systems.
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Looking for different grass biomass estimation methods?
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From the point of view of mathematics, there seems to be no obstacle for a noncompact manifold to be embedded in a closed manifold (for example, the winding of a torus everywhere densely filling a torus). However, this is not enough, since such an investment must be "revived", that is, populated with material objects and made to move them. It seems that this area is open for research, but I will be happy if you indicate to me the work corresponding to this topic. In turn, I can offer you a drop, which has the form of a 7-dimensional sphere, which is populated by a vector field of velocities of particles of a continuous medium. In this model, the topological singularities of a vector field should serve as material objects (particles), since linear vector fields form the Dirac matrix algebra. However, interesting consequences of this model from the viewpoint of physics also arise in the two-dimensional case. Thus, in the study of a random walk along broken lines of a winding of a classical sphere, one can obtain a generalized one-dimensional Schrödinger equation.
Mathematical notes on the nature of things (in Russian)
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Dear Igor,
I think that you are thinking in the theorem of Banach-Tarski, which goes against our common sense and in fact it corresponds to cut with parts having without measure.
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Today I can not go to www.researchgate.net. Do all Russian users have such a problem, or only the customers of TELE2 and MTS?
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Добрый день, Руслан. Последние несколько дней постоянно испытываю трудности с доступом к сайту. Пользуюсь услугами МТС.
I've been having problems with accessing Researchgate over the last few days. And yes, I am an MTS unhappy customer.
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A couple of reviewers have asked me to take out tweets that may have been posted by "Russian bots" from my dataset before the analysis. Such tweets supposedly undermine the results. This has led me to wonder:
1) Is there a way to do that? How would you even know that particular tweets are posted by bots (or specifically "Russian" bots)?
2) Bots, Russian or otherwise, posting on social media is not a new phenomenon. I've been to conferences where bot developers are hailed for automating the posting process. I haven't come across any social data analyses that take steps to remove posts by bots. So why is this suddenly a concern? And, supposing there are going to be ways to remove bot posts, does this new issue undermine the validity of previous research using social data that did not remove bot posts?
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Thank you, Jaime, Alexander, and Philip. These are very helpful responses and I am glad my questions provoked a discussion about the solution as well as the larger issue. My second question was honestly rhetorical. I know that the 2016 election generated a lot of concern about bots and reviewers, too, are therefore anxious about how they might affect analyses of social data, especially about political issues. I just find it ridiculous that bots (or any tech) are viewed as a problem when they undermine the American political process.
Before that, when the same or similar technologies were used by Americans/Europeans to disrupt politics around the world, they are viewed as a boon for democracy. Even now, I don't think anyone will question the validity of all those 100,000 studies that claim Twitter and Facebook enabled the Arab Spring and protests in Latin America etc. No one will ask whether those revolutions were also driven by (American/Western) bots — just as no one questions the role of American/Western governments in destabilizing Iraq, Syria, Libya, and so on while blaming everyone else for the violence. It's amazing how scholars, supposedly the vanguard of critical and independent thinking in a society, are driven by the same ideological impulses that drive governments.
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What is the system of issue of Russian Rubles? How much have currency the Bank of Russia can issue at a particular time? Is Ruble backed by gold reserves or issued against holding of government securities? In what proportion?
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Russia will diversify its industrial base beyond the production of energy and step in neglected consumer markets. It even boosted its foreign reserves, by buying huge amounts of US debt (treasury securities).
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I need to segment English, French, Russian words into syllables to measure the word length. I now use Pyphen (a python package) for this task, but the results are not very satisfying.Simple sampling test shows that segmentation error rate is about 15%. Furthermore, 7% results are wrong even with the number of syllables. Is there a better method or tool for this task? Thanks in advance.
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I don't know this Python package, but the name suggest it is used to hyphenate words. English hyphenation is not based on syllables and syllable boundaries, though; so that might explain why the error rate is quite high (if this is how Pyphen works). German hyphenation rules work with actual syllables but it has some extra rules (partly outdated) that forbid certain vowel-only syllables, e.g. "E-le-fant" ("Ele-fant" is preferred, although the word still has 3 syllables of course).
You might want to specify, if you're segmenting written words or spoken words (audio recordings). I don't have a solution, but perhaps there are some dictionary databases you could mine that include syllable breaks in their phonetic/phonemic transcription. Something like /ˈɛ.lə.fənt/ where the number of periods +1 gives you the number of syllables.
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Some researches show that using povidone-iodine against TYLCV virus gives positive effect .Plants continue to grow and blooming.I also tried to aply this method for our plants in our greenhouse.The research took 6 week.There are 445 plant in one row in our grrenhouse.27 of them were infected with TYLCV .At the end of the research this number did not change-the amount of infected plants did not increase.Onward 4th week they began to grow and blooming.But our chief agronomist desided to eliminate those plants.That is why we could not see the result.I would like to ask,if anyone have related research?
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I'm interested in the historic roots and the current economic background.
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Добрый день!
Попытайтесь найти старую книгу Ганзелки и Зикмунда "По Кордильерам" -- там между строк прописано про эмиграцию из Европы в Боливию во время Второй мировой войны и после. Во время Второй мировой войны впускали в основном евреев из Германии, но часть из них были эмигрантами из России 1917-1921 гг. Были еще две волны --1920-е гг.-- отдельные белоэмигранты (в основном, казаки), добрались до Латинской Америки, и 1940-е гг. -- перемещенные лица из Европы также добирались до Боливии. Про эмиграцию 1920-1930-х гг. можете посмотреть старые русские зарубежные газеты.
Успехов!
Гурков И.Б.
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Preferences of Russian tourists in destinations change every year due to socio-economic and political factors. In this regard, there is an urgent issue of choosing places for recreation in the near future.
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I agree with Luis. I think that nature and culture tourism will continue to increase.
Europe will again be one of the most popular tourism destinations. I also think that the interest to far eastern coutries will be continue. In the Middle East, the situation does not seem to change much.
The number of Russian tourists coming to Turkey will be increased again. However, this situation became very sensitive. It can be shaped at any time according to the political relationships.
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At the moment, this is more of a personal interest than a direct research question.
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Hi Samantha,
Below I am listing few resources that might be of interest:
The Computational Propaganda Project: http://comprop.oii.ox.ac.uk
Digital Forensics Lab: https://medium.com/dfrlab
NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence: https://www.stratcomcoe.org/publications
I hope this helps!
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Has anyone looked into the problems about the different approaches used by China and Russia to the untraditional challenges (terrorism, extremism, separatism) in Central Asia? Some are saying that China focuses more on the economic methods, when Russia focuses on political methods.
In addition, China acts according to Marxism, when Russia is using another different theory.
What are the problems brought by these divergences, and will it put serious obstacles for the two countries in promoting deeper cooperation in Central Asia?
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Hi Jiyau,
As a physical geographer I can't give you scientific evidence, but as I am quite familiar with Central Asia I can attest that the general differeniation you have given seems to be accurate.
On the science and cooperation level Russia is the traditional partner - has always been there (well, at least since the late 19th century) and is well connected through Academy of Science institutes and Universities. And I guess that there are also close ties between Russian and Central Asian ministries.
China on the other hand is the new kid on the block and is trying to push into the region quite aggressively (and I do not mean this in a negative way). China invests greatly into public infrastructure (building roads, mountain passes, tunnels, petrol station networks etc.) - probably with two main goals in mind - building goodwill with the Central Asian governments and with developing the rural regions of Central Asia (e.g. the Pamir and Tian Shan mountain regions) for resource exploitation (China also buys mining rights left and right). But China also invests heavily into the scientific infrastructure - e.g. financing laboratory equippment and research projects. Much (most?) of what China is doing in Central Asia seems to be focused on the economic benefit (securing markets and much needed resources) and you might want to look into the "One Belt One Road" Initiative which is the overarching framework for China's policy in Central Asia.
I hope that helps a little bit.
All the best,
Michael
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I accessed a Russian paper " The Use of Lanthanides for the Reconstruction of Phanerozoic and Proterozoic Sedimentation Environments Exemplified by Sections in the Cover and Basement of the East European Platform" entitled (in attachment). I have decided to follow its pattern and all the parameters which author has used in the same. But I am facing a problem during plotting and calculating the parameters because of not availability of raw data in this paper, for example if I want to calculate the ∑Ce/∑y ratio, but what is the mean of ∑Ca:(La-Eu) values similarly, if I want to draw climate interpreter diagram i.e La-(Nd+Sm)+ Y+dYdiagram here, I don't know whether the data is normalised or not. I tried to access the refered Journal i.e. Yu. A. Balashov, Geochemistry of Rare Earth Elements Nauka, Moscow, 1976) [in Russian] but I could not found it.
therefore, you are requested, please share the ideas regarding the aforesaid parameters or its related materials.
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Dear Shamsuddin,
I have never heard that this book has ever been issued in english. Anyway, you may list through the book to table 63. It starts on page 208 of the book or on page 106 of the pdf. There you get the whole range of elements and the ∑Ce/∑Y ratio calculated based on these. Concentration unit is grams per ton.
I hope this will be of some use to you.
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Thomas
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Have you any Russian article on this argument? 
Many thanks
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Rada
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Dear Rada,
Would you like to precise what kind of systems are interesting for you?
Best wishes.
Valery
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Is there a conventional translation for the term 'load shedding' in data stream mining and data stream management systems?
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Hi!
How do you like "разгрузка" or "сброс нагрузки"...
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Who could give the main meaning of the title, and the most important elements of the two first sections. Covered this study the whole Russia? and what was the time horizon/period?
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wow, this was fast. thank you so much!!!
actually, the question was asked by Adrian Aebischer who works on birds of pray.
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http://masterrussian.com/vocabulary/most_common_words_2.htm , Quizlet, Anki and other sites have lists that claim to be the top 1,000, but there is no indication of how the lists have been derived. I am looking for a list from the RNC (but I can't download from there, because the list is too big, i.a.), Ideally, the list would have English (or German or Spanish) translations and parts of speech or other indications of the actual meaning of the words clear (e.g., so that a word like "bank" is river bank or money bank, or whether "too" is also or overly.
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There is an old (and questionable) paper “Word Frequency As a Philosophical World Picture” (=worldview) in: Учение Якова Абрамова в изложении его учеников. Составление и предисловие М. Н. Эпштейна Л О Г О С. Ленинградские
международные чтения по философии культуры. Книга 1. Разум. Духовность. Традиции. Л., Издательство Ленинградского университета, 1991, сс. 223-231 (http://www.emory.edu/INTELNET/fs_frequency.html). Unfortunately, I don’t know a special contrastive research devoted to Top 1,000 Frequency First Meanings, or Top 1,000 Frequency Second Meanings, and so on. I’ll be happy to read it.
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I believe it was invented by Dr. Fritz J. Hansgirg, an Austrian chemist and metallurgist, in 1935-1936. He then filed patents for the process in Japan, Germany, Austria, Canada, Great Britain and in the U.S. The process then fell into Russian hands in September 1945 when Soviet forces occupied Japanese-occupied Hungnam, North Korea at the end of WWII. (See attached) 
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Dear Bill (Mr Streifer),
I found evidence, that Dr. Fritz Johann Hansgirg has developed the carbothermic magnesium process at the Montanuniversität Leoben (the Austrian Mining University), which is not far away from Graz. Obviously there he was called Hans Hansgirg. Hans, in Austria is the common short form of Johann. Therefore he is mentioned there as Dr. H. Hansgirg (attached).
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Ruediger
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