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  • MUFE Make Up For Ever Lash Fibers updating! Be Rad wants din din! then we're going to play wii sports w/ our friends! (omg I'm so good at frisby golf ya'll!) Today I'm Wearing: Boots. No 7. Lifting and Firming Foundation and a slight amount of palladio transluscent loose rise powder in t zone. Under eyes: bye bye under eye concealer by IT cosmetics and a little BM well rested on top of cheekbones and underneath the corners of the eyes Lips: only a Milani gloss stick in "in a flash" Eyes: Stila "sparkle on lid" nyx jumbo pencil in inner corners/Too faced shadow from the on the go pallete (dont think it has a name but its a bronze brown)/ Nyx dark brown in outer crease Cheeks: Wet n wild mellow wine Contour and outer perimeter of face: bare minerals faux tan Hugs Guys! Off to play wii!
  • OFS ORBITAL Fiber Distribution Cabinet The ORBITAL Fiber Distribution Cabinet (FDC) is an innovative solution especifically designed for Fiber-to-the-X (FTTx) splitter applications. Designed to serve 160, 288 or 576 homes (depending on the version), the ORBITAL FDCs feature OFS' unique splitter module incorporating full spectrum, low loss PLC splitters, while being fitted with low loss, high performance LC and MPO Connectors. OFS' MPO Fannout Jumpers are easily connected from the splitter modules to the subscriber ports, and use OFS' bend-optimized AllWave® FLEX Zero Water Peak (ZWP) Fiber to minimize bending loss. In a dramatically improved fiber distribution design, the ORBITAL FDCs route all subscriber fibers from the splitter modules to a central cabinet, then to subscriber ports arranged in a circular array surrounding the cabinet. In existing neighborhoods or "over-build" situations where subscription rates are uncertain and random, centralizing optical splitters within an FTTx network can enable operators to defer electronic and passive component costs. Traditional "block matrix" splitter patching systems require complex routing of many long jumpers in a confined space through confusing routes, often resulting in a tangled mess as customers are randomly connected. OFS' breakthrough innovations, the ORBITAL FDC, make traditional splitter management designs obsolete, enabling easier subscriber provisioning and increased reliability in high performance FTTx networks. The new ORBITAL FDCs solve the usual ...
  • Full-Spectrum: Natural Fibers, Quilts & the Textile Arts Join The Quilt Show as it shares a preview of "Full-Spectrum" Natural Fibers, Quilts & the Textile Arts. Jack Braunstein has put together this wonderful exhibit at the Binghamton University Art Museum in New York. This show features an eclectic mix of quilt and textile artists. Exhibits include "The Evolution of Natural Fibers," "Vibrations: Color Resonance in Antique Quilts, 1860-1940," and a "Contemporary Quilt Show." Full-Spectrum runs from September 10 - December 5, 2009. Admission is free and there is a free cell phone audio tour. For more information, please visit or www.artmuseum.binghamton.edu.
  • Hair Fibers Visit rma- to see how Scientia Hair Fibers can give you a 30 second hair makeover for thinning hair.
  • Carbon Fiber *I do not own the rights to this video. This is not my video. I got it from to share here in youtube. Explore the inner compounds of a carbon fiber. Carbon fiber is the common name used to refer to plastic reinforced by a graphite textile. Less frequently, the term is used to describe the textile itself, but it is pretty much useless unless embedded in plastic. Carbon fiber is known alternatively as carbon fiber reinforced plastic or carbon fiber composite. Carbon fiber is very expensive, but has a fantastic weight-to-strength ratio. Attempts to put it into mass production have so far failed, due to inadequate demand, the customized nature of most carbon fiber parts, and a lack of skilled craftsmen. The material is employed in high-quality cars, boats, bicycles, and planes, including popular Formula One racecars. Depending on the orientation of the fiber, the carbon fiber composite can be stronger in a certain direction or equally strong in all directions. A small piece can withstand an impact of many tons and still deform minimally. The complex interwoven nature of the fiber makes it very difficult to break. In terms of weight-to-strength ratio, carbon fiber composite is currently the best material that our civilization can produce in appreciable quantities. Introducing carbon nanotubes into the fiber is currently in research stages, and may offer improved ratios of 10 times or greater a space age material indeed. Carbon fibers are chemically grown on ...
  • 3M™ One Pass Fiber Pathway Duct - Application Tool - Training 3M™ One Pass Fiber Pathway Duct is a horizontal cable pathway and drop cable solution installed simultaneously in one pass around a hallway perimeter. Designed for use in brownfield Multi Dwelling Units (MDUs) serviced by FTTH networks. Also suitable for hotels, hospitals, schools and small businesses it utilizes 3M adhesive technology to adhere duct to wall and compatible with a variety of wall surfaces. Available in a variety of lengths and pre-loaded with 6 or 12 fibers and factory terminated at one end with SC connectors (optional). Suitable for indoor use only.
  • fuzz noir - human fiber coming from scalp this is a report of a video of wormlike fibers coming from the skin on my scalp. this was taken two days after shaving head. video was shot fresh from the shower, air-dried as to not have any contact with environmental factors such as clothing, towels, etc. i am reposting hoping to hear of someone else that has this. or do we all have this stuff when viewed under black light? i can scratch my skin and bring the stuff up from beneath the dermal layer. it doesnt seem right...
  • Prebiotic Fiber - Feed Your Friendly Probiotics With Yummy Prebiotics! Digestive Regulation Complex. A Key To pH Balancing Is Prebiotic Support Of Your Digestive Tract! Looking to make the healthy flora in your intestinal tract flourish? Your success will be found through supplementing your diet with pHion Prebiotic Fiber. Prebiotics are simply non-digestable fibers that act as a food source for probiotics. Since it is highly recommended that you consume probiotics on a daily basis, such as the pHion Probiotic Blend, then lets make sure we are setting them up for success by feeding them what they need. By supplementing with pHion Prebiotic Fiber, your body will be able to maximize the overall effectiveness of all probiotics you are consuming in the day. Plus, adding pHion Prebiotic Fiber to your daily diet will not only support sound digestive health, its also a great way to increase your overall fiber intake. With over 5 grams of fiber per serving, pHion Prebiotic Fiber delivers more than 20% of the recommended daily intake. Thats the same amount of fiber in a tablespoon of flax powder and a bowl of oatmeal combined! Helps re-colonize the intestinal tract. pHion Prebiotic Fiber contains the prebiotic inulin, which is scientifically documented to increase the number of beneficial bifidobacteria in the colon threefold! Provides more than 20% of the recommended daily intake of fiber. As an added benefit, pHion Prebiotic Fiber provides over five grams of fiber per serving - thats more than 20% of the ...
  • Turn washed fleece into spinning fiber with wool combs This video shows how to use wool hand combs to clean your washed fleece. With a little practice, you can turn washed fleece into fluffy clean clouds ready to spin or card into batts or roving. Many people confuse carding with combing, this video will show you exactly what combs are for! Combs have been used through the ages different forms to remove debris from animal fibers.
  • Fast and Slow Twitch Muscle Fibers Visit me at When you are into bodybuilding, running or fitness training in general, you may have heard the terms before "fast twitch" and "slow twitch" muscle fibers. But what are they actually? And should you actually incorporate exercises to specifically target these in your training and workouts? In this video we are going to have a look at what they do, if slow or fast twitch fibers make you bigger, what type bodybuilders, marathon runners and sprinters benefit from, if through training you can influence how much of each type you have and if that is really necessary. Me and Freddie say thanks for watching and visiting!
  • Reading Knitting Patterns : Knitting Yarn & Fiber Different types of fiber will make different stitches in knitting. Learn about fibers in knitting with tips from a professional knitting instructor in this free video about understanding knitting patterns. Expert: Pam Grushkin Bio: Pam Grushkin learned to knit at a young age, and she now teaches knitting both independently and through yarn shops. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
  • BMW CFRP (Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic) Manufacturing Plant and Process via 10 minute video behind the scenes at the BMW CFRP (Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic) manufacturing plant and carbon fiber construction process. Discussions at http
  • Weaving the Lexus LFA's Carbon Fiber A-Pillar is Mesmerizing One of only two such machines in the world. Fibers are impregnated with resin and woven together to form a super-strong bond. This Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) is a composite material that is stronger, stiffer and lighter than steel after it cures. One can only speculate on how much this filament winding machine cost to produce. No wonder the Lexus LFA is in the $400000 price range.
  • Dr. Wing Sung on New Hemp Fiber Naturally Advanced Technologies' Lead Scientist Won Life Sciences Achievement Award for the Cleantech Sector. Essentially, he found a way to make hemp a much more viable alternative to cotton by increasing the versatility of the hemp fibers on a molecular level. Here he discusses how he did it.
  • GFRC Construction - Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Corey Turcotte, GFRC Construction and Mike Cavanaugh, Gulfstream Manufacturing Group, Inc. making up a few GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) samples in Saginaw Michigan. GFRC Construction - Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete GFRC is an ultra-strong composite made of Portland cement infused with randomly dispersed glass fibers that reinforce the concrete and increase its load-bearing capacity. GFRC can be used wherever a light, strong, weather resistant, attractive and fire retardant material is required. GFRC can be used as wall panels, window surrounds, spandrels, column covers, soffits, cornices, brackets, quoins, railings, pilasters, copings, domes, etc. GFRC Construction, Inc. Manufacturer of custom GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) products. Including professional computer aided design staff, mold making and casting. GFRC architectural window surrounds, columns, coping, window sills, domes, etc. GFRC panels & cladding: wall panels, window units, soffits, sunscreens, fascia panels, etc. GFRC Amenities: planters, benches, tables, fountains, bollards, rock formations, trees, etc. Special Applications: Applications for defense Wall Panels: GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) cast panels EIFS (Exterior Insulation and Finish System) field apply Cultured Stone field apply
  • Spinning Luxury Fiber with Judith MacKenzie AVAILABLE AT Spinners today have such an abundance of fiber choices, sometimes it's hard to know where to begin -- and to know how to handle these precious materials once you have them in your hands. In this extensive treatment of the best the fiber world has to offer, Master Spinner Judith MacKenzie shares what she's learned from deep experience in both craft and industry, with a hands-on teaching style that will give you inspiration, confidence, and good results. This three-disk set covers: ·Silk, from cocoon to top to noil to magnificent blends ·Alpaca, both huaycaya and suri ·Camel ·Llama ·Paco-vicuña ·Yak ·Bison ·Cashmere ·Quiviut You'll learn how to prepare each fiber, how to spin it, how to finish your yarn, and the fascinating history and lore of each.
  • FIBERS CATEGORIZATION-MORGELLONS THANKS TO THE MORGELLON COMMUNITY WHO HELPED WITH THIS PROJECT!
  • Amazing Angelina Basics Betty Blais describes techniques for using Hot Fix Angelina fibers in fiber art projects.
  • Making Cordage From Plant Fibers 1 of 4 Cordage making by Dino Labiste video by Bob Gillis; For more see:
  • Spinning Nanofibers: Army Chemists Create Tiny Fibers With Huge Potential. Fabric is made by weaving fibers into cloth - which is then sewn into the shirts and pants that you wear every day. Now, at the Army research lab in Natick, Mass., research chemist Kris Senecal is investigating ways to use the tiniest of fibers - called nanofibers - to help people stay healthy. Each nanofiber is 50 times finer than a strand of spider silk. Scientists can combine these nanofiber webs, or mats, with antibodies that will capture germs and bacteria that could make people sick. But that's not all these scientists are dreaming about, Kris says. "I would like to see textiles that you could actually have fun with" - maybe using them with electronics so people can plug their MP3 players into their shirts, for example. "It's just thinking out of the box."
  • Toppik Hair Building Fibers Organic hair building fibers... comes in 8 different colors can be ordered on: Amazon
  • Garden Girl TV: How to Card Angora Fiber for Spinning and Knitting Patti shows you how to use hand carders to prepare your angora fiber for spinning. This video is available through closed captions in nearly all lanugages, so share with the world. Subscribe to FULL TRANSCRIPTION I have got my basket of Angora here and, I am just going to grab a clamp of it. I do not want to take too much. I am going to be hand carding the angora and these are the Ashford hand carders. They have a fine needled carding cloth here and what I do with the angora is I just start on the bottom, and I continue moving it across and filling in the rest of the hand carder. Now, I do not want to use too much on the brush here and now I am just starting at the bottom and really transferring the angora on to the other brush here. And, the goal in carding and hand carding is to really line up the fibers together in a row and make them all in a row and make them all parallel to each other. So, that right there that is the first pass. Now, I want to keep doing it again. I like doing it at least three times, so when I have got a good quality fiber to start with, I can get away with just carding it and transferring it from brush to brush three times. This is my second time and as I am going through, I am looking and I am being aware, okay, are there any vegetable matters such as hay or is there any kind of dirt or flecks of whatever that I do not want in the yarn? So that was the second pass. Now I am going to do the third pass and I am ...
  • Fiber Preparation for Hand Spinning Part 3 Continuation of fiber preparation for hand spinning - working with purchased roving which includes super wash, hand painted Faulkland, Wensleydale and a carded batt of wool and Alpaca. Special emphasis on working with rovings that require splitting and predrafting to allow for the best spinning.
  • HairCubed® New Line - Hair Fiber Thickener Spray (Organic + Water Proof) Hollywood Secret hair cubed New Line that is made with all organic and %100 water proof. Recommended by doctors with scalp protection, Hair Fiber Thickener Spray (Organic + Water Proof) HairCubed® open the Hollywood Secret for thinning hair. what to do? try the product with 30 day money back GUARANTEE!!
  • Morgellons Part_2 Nightline -Morgellons, Inhaled Chemtrail Nano Fibers and CDC Complicity. This is probably the most important issue in the world today as the fibers in chemtrails are nano-scale size, fall to the ground and is breathed in by every living thing. That means these web-like dust fibers are at least 1/10 the thickness of a human hair. They're encased in a material that when come in contact with moisture and breathed in, they begin a replicating process in which they grow and start taking over whatever or whoever is the host. Have you noticed all the insects missing? I sure have noticed the bees and birds missing even before they announced it. Birds, bees, bats, trees, fish, and yes... humans. Basically all living things. That is why so many millions of bees, bats, and birds have died in recent years. The bat deaths theyve called white mouth syndrome, but if you look at the photos of the dead bats, you see white fibers all over their mouths and noses which obviously suffocated them. Just 1 month ago on Dec. 31, 2009, this was written in the local east coast Connecticut paper. "The die-off of bats in Connecticut and other Northeastern states is now so severe that federal wildlife officials consider it "the most precipitous decline of North American wildlife caused by infectious disease in recorded history." Yet have you heard this in your local news reports? Sounds much more important than Brad Pitt and the Super Bowl to me! As for the bees, and what they've called Colony Collapse Disorder and have tried to blame on GMO, microwaves, etc. I am sure ...
  • Carding Cotton Punis, Basic Fiber Preparation #4 Cotton Punis are tight little rolls of carded cotton that are a delight to spin not only on a traditional Takli, but on any kind of spinning instrument, including a spinning wheel. They are quick and easy to make and while cotton is traditional, I like to make punis out of other fibers as well.
  • From Fibers to Finished Composite Components (english) We are SGL Group - The Carbon Company. We encompass the complete value chain of carbon fiber products - from precursor via carbon fibers, fabrics and prepregs to finished CFRP composite parts.
  • HAIR CUBED ® - Official Hair Building Fibers Spray Hair Cubed .!!! If you want a real product ( ORIGINAL) that can be easy to use and not make your hair comes off because of blocking hair by - not organic dust -- APPLIED on your hair... this is the Hollywood product that used for the celebrity -and otters...-- hair cubed ...
  • Patagonia Partner: Teijin Fibers Ltd., Matsuyama, Japan Patagonia customers can return their old polyester Capilene® and fleece to us for recycling. Our partner Teijin uses their EcoCircle™ recycling process to depolymerize polyester and make new polyester fiber that can be made into another garment. The Patagonia Footprint Chronicles allows you to track the environmental impact of a specific Patagonia product from design through delivery. Watch more at .
  • Textile Fibers Burning Test The burning test is a simple way to identify fibers. With this test, you can easily distinguish natural fibers from artifical, cellulosic (plant - cotton, flax, hemp etc.) from protein (animal - wool, cashmere, silk) fibers. If you plan doing burning tests, do not forget your safety measures!
  • Fiber optic cables: How they work Bill uses a bucket of propylene glycol to show how a fiber optic cable works and how engineers send signal across oceans. You can learn more about the companion volume for series #4 at
  • Amazing Glass Fibers The world's biggest airliner is light but tough thanks to incredible glass fibers. Airbus A380 : THURS MAY15 9P et/pt :
  • Physics & Electromagnetism : What Are Fiber Optics? Digital transfer of information along optical fibers is much more efficient than when electrical wires are used. Discover how fiber optics are used to transmit light, and turn it into electrical signals with help from a science teacher in this free video on fiber optics. Expert: Steve Jones Contact: Bio: Steve Jones is an experienced mathematics and science teacher. Filmmaker: Paul Volniansky
  • Fiber Optical Cable+ Splice Works This video shows you how optical cables been spliced. FIST-GCOG2: www.raynet.hu That are Single Mode fibers. The core is 9µm thin! You can make up to 200km long lines, and you can transfer many Gbit/s... Have fun! More here:
  • Making Cordage From Plant Fibers 4 of 4 Cordage making by Dino Labiste video by Bob Gillis; For more see:
  • What is Single Mode Fiber? www.fiberoptics4 This video explains single mode fiber in plain English. You will learn light ray theory and waveguide theory of fiber mode. Before going further, you should know the typical structure of a single mode fiber. The left illustration shows that single mode fiber has a core with a diameter of 8 micron, a cladding with a diameter of 125um, and a buffer with a diameter of 250um. The core and cladding are made of fused silica, a type of glass, and the buffer is typically acrylic. The right illustration shows how a glass fiber guides light. Lights enter into the core and is guided along the fiber. What is a single mode fiber exactly? This picture shows a simplified light ray explanation. The top two fibers are multi-mode fibers. Multimode fibers can have a core diameter ranging from 50 microns to 200 microns or even more. The typically light ray explanation is that the core size is large enough, so that multiple light rays can enter into the core at different angles and are guided along the fiber. Here, different light rays at different angles are called different fiber modes. Since multimode fibers can guide many modes, that is why there are called MULTI Mode fiber. On the other hand, the bottom fiber is a single mode fiber. The typically light ray explanation is that the core is so tiny, that only one light ray which is perpendicular at the core interface can enter into the core and is guided. Since there is only one mode, that is why it is called SINGLE ...
  • Chem Webs Nano Fibers Part II Jerry Neimen watched chem webs falling fro the sky. We asked if he could carefully capture them and send to our Lab affiliate (Caroline Carter of Cyprus)to have the sample tested. Two weeks later, the package arrived, and was tested in her lab, and it tested positive for Morgellons Fibers. WE WARN each and everyone of you ! Please do not touch a Chemtrail Web. Caroline broke out in a M*** rash on her face, and Jerry (who had sent a hair sample as well) tested positive for Morgellon's Disease, otherwise know to our team as GMOD (Genetically Modified Organism Disease). This film is the actual photos in the lab. Please, if anyone you know has symptoms of Morgellons Disease, contact us at [email protected] ASAP to be tested. Caroline Carter will test you free of charge.
  • Cotton q-tip fibers moving Cotton q-tips move too with Morgellons!
  • Characteristics of Fabric Types : All About Natural Fiber Fabrics Learn all about natural fibers and fabrics with expert textiles tips in this free fashion designvideo clip. Expert: Marti Swanson Bio: Marti Swanson is a versatile professional with a background as a fashion designer, University instructor, entrepreneurial business owner (in the fashion and beauty industry), and a mother. Filmmaker: kyle saylors
  • HOW TO DYE WOOL FIBER WITH KOOL AID Using an easy method and microwave, Grace continues teaching about her Kool aid Rainbow method to dye wool roving with that is safe for kids and fun. Dyes are permanent but smell fruity for a little while! ENJOY!
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