colt .45 1911 trigger mechanism an animation of how the trigger mechanism of a colt 1911 works. Cross-posting this from Google Videos. sterling roth.Mexicoxican@ URL :
Tipranavir Mechanism Mechanism of action of a novel HIV drug called Tipranavir.
We Blasted Mechanism Official Video directed by Valdjiu new video from blasted mechanism with sylvia Rijmer and miguel borges
Neaera - Mechanisms of Standstill Letra: A Nation Chose It's Side A Vote that Justifies Corruption, Deceit, Torture Blind Faith in Selfish Leaders Whose Only Religion is Greed Imposing (their) Beliefs on the World ***ed Picture of Democracy Trade Your Freedom For the Illusion of Safety Is it so Much Easier to Bow? In a State of Control This Tendency to Trust in What Controls You Has Left Your Nation Paralyzed Trade Your Freedom A Constant Climate of Fear Maintained by the Power Hungry The Abolition of Free Will A Divided People's Truth Isolated from the Eyes of the World The Ministry of Thought Blessing or Curse? What a Choice to Make What a Signal to Send to the World [Chorus]
Create-A-Bed Murphy Bed Mechanism Information about murphy beds and how to build one of your own.
Scotch Yoke Mechanism Scotch Yoke is a mechanism for converting the linear motion of a slider into rotational motion or vice-versa. The piston or other reciprocating part is directly coupled to a sliding yoke with a slot that engages a pin on the rotating part.
CisPlatin: Mechanism of Action (Old - SD) Cisplatin is in a class of drugs known as platinum-containing compounds used to treat various types of cancers including metastatic testicular and ovarian tumors. The molecule was first discovered in 1845, but did not receive FDA approval until 1978. Today it is known as the "penicillin of cancer drugs," because it is so effective for many different cancers. There are three key players involved in Cisplatin's mechanism: (1) Cisplatin, (2) DNA (3) and an HMG Protein. Most Cisplatin enters the body through active transport, but some molecules are passively defused through the cell membrane. Once in the nucleus, Cisplatin can form an adduct with two consecutive guanine bases within a strand of DNA. The molecule loses its chlorine atoms in exchange for the nitrogen atoms of the target guanines. Cisplatin can bond more tightly with nitrogen because nitrogen balances the platinum charge more effectively than chlorine. It is this adduct-induced DNA bend that allows binding of proteins which contain the high mobility group, HMG domain. Once the protein is bound to the DNA, it inserts a wedge-like phenyl group of phenylalanine 37 into the widened minor groove created by the bend. The tightly bound HMG protein causes destacking of the nucleotide bases, resulting in the DNA helix becoming kinked. In this way, Cisplatin can be thought of as a monkey wrench in the DNA repair system. With the HMG protein bound to the DNA, the modified strand is not repaired properly and so the cell ...
Virtual Reconstruction of the Antikythera Mechanism (by M. Wright & M. Vicentini) Virtual model of the (still) mysterious Antikythera Mechanism by Mogi Vicentini based on the theoretical and mechanical model by Michael Wright. Find Mogi Vicentini at www.mogi- and Michael Wright at (coming soon). Uploaded to YouTube with permission of M. Vicentini for this Heritage Key blogpost heritage- Copyright: Mogi Vicentini and Michael Wright.
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Blasted Mechanism "Start To Move" Novo video Blasted Mechanism
Kinetic Art Sculpture - Prototype Mechanism #2 Mechanical kinetic sculpture featuring wooden gears and other mechanical parts also made from wood. Matt black wood frame (cut into 8 separate pieces) with clear perspex front. Driven by electric motor.
Blasted Mechanism - Battle of Tribes produzido por samurai cut directed by Valdju and direction of photo. by rui afonso
The Greek Antikythera Mechanism The Antikythera mechanism, is an ancient mechanical calculator (also described as the first known mechanical computer) designed to calculate astronomical positions. It was recovered in 190001 from the Antikythera wreck, but its complexity and significance were not understood until decades later. It is now thought to have been built about 150100 BC. Technological artifacts of similar complexity did not reappear until the 14th century, when mechanical astronomical clocks appeared in Europe.
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Blender Tutorial - Theo Jansen Mechanism 3D Animation More Updates: I found the .blend file! My hard drive got wiped out but it was on the backup disk. Scroll down for the link. This was blender 2.45 I think. Some of the keys have changed and I expect they will continue to change. There is also a better way "to use a bone as an IK target (without creating an empty), select the target bone first, then hold down SHIFT and select the bone at the tip of your IK chain. Pressing CTRL+I and choosing "To Selected Bone" from the popup menu sets the tip bone to use the target bone for its IK target. Note that the target bone cannot be a part of the bone chain that will have IK." Thanks, Theo Jansen, for the inspiration and the wonderful kinetic sculptures: http We are truly standing on the shoulders of giants. Thanks, dwyllie, for modelling the mechanism in Geometer's Sketchpad. I used a screen capture of his video as a template: I used this linkage for my wheel-less bicycle animation, and this no-wheels skateboard: My website: Blender is a free 3D animation creation program you can download from http The oft requested .blend file: Thisvideo is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic license. In short: you are free to share and make derivatives of this work under the conditions that you appropriately attribute it. Any of the above conditions can be waived if you get permission from the copyright holder. This ...
Molecular Mechanism of ATP synthesis Current model based on structural data, largely from the Walker lab, and biochemical data from various labs.
The Mechanism of Prozac - HD • Prozac is an antidepressant of the SSRI, or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor class. Typical of SSRIs, Prozac increases the level of usable serotonin in the brain. High levels of Serotonin are correlated with good moods, as serotonin is largely responsible for mood regulation. But sometimes, moods can suffer if serotonin levels are too low. This animation shows how Prozac inhibits the reuptake of serotonin, thus yielding more usable serotonin for receptor binding. • Prozac's active mechanism is found within Neurons, our brains' cells. Neurotransmitters, like Serotonin, are the chemicals that make communication between theses cells possible. This communication takes place in the spaces between neurons known as Synapses. • This scene shows a presynaptic neuron on top, a postsynaptic neuron below, and the gap of synaptic space in between. The three proteins essential to serotonin's mechanism our shown in yellow, while the neurons' other proteins are rendered less prominently. • In its uninhabited mechanism, Serotonin moves circuitously from the presynaptic vesicle to the postsynaptic receptor protein where it temporarily binds. • Excess serotonin is either deactivated at the synapse by metabolizing enyzems such as monamine oxidase, or retaken back through the serotonin transporter reuptake protein as highlighted here. • Here is a detailed view of the membrane bound serotonin transporter protein based on a 2008 article in Science. As you can see, this transport ...
Blasted Mechanism - Destiny? Play And See The newest video from Blasted Mechanism recorded live in Oporto.
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Blasted Mechanism "The atom bride theme" didgeridoo
Kinetic Art Sculpture - Prototype Mechanism #1 Mechanical kinetic sculpture featuring wooden gears and other mechanical parts also made from wood. Matt black wood frame with clear perspex front. Driven by electric motor.
Antikythera Mechanism Part 2: by Nature Video New interpretations of the Antikythera Mechanism reveal that it could be used to predict eclipses, and that it had a dial recording the dates of the ancient Olympiads. The 2000-year-old box of intricate gearwork provides a glimpse of the engineering prowess of the Hellenic world. The team discuss their results here.
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Mechanism of Action Animation for Rituxan, a drug manufactured and marketed by Genentech Award-winning Mechanism of Action Animation (MOA) Video produced by NIA Creative on behalf of Genentech, demonstrating how their drug Rituxan works to eliminate cancer cells.
Bugatti Veyron Engine Mechanism
Mechanism verification for SPACEWARP mini I wire-work properly from now on.
Funny Mechanism This is not my video, I found it on some site, but it's great video and I was should upload it on youtube
Algorithmic Mechanism Design Google Tech Talks August 15, 2007 ABSTRACT One of the challenges that the Internet raises is the necessity of designing distributed protocols for settings where the participating computers are owned and operated by different owners with different goals. Over the last decade or so there has been much research that aims to address these issues using ideas taken from the micro-economic field of mechanism design. In this talk I will survey the current state of the field: how mechanism design is applied in computational settings, how far can classical ideas go, and what are the challenges for further research. Among the applications discussed will be combinatorial auctions, cost sharing, scheduling,...
Lego Antikythera Mechanism The Antikythera Mechanism: bit.ly is the oldest known scientific computer, built in Greece at around 100 BCE. Lost for 2000 years, it was recovered from a shipwreck in 1901. But not until a century later was its purpose understood: an astronomical clock that determines the positions of celestial bodies with extraordinary precision. In 2010, we built a fully-functional replica out of Lego. Sponsored by Digital Science: www.digital- a new division of Macmillan Publishers that provides technology solutions for researchers. Available under a CC-BY-3.0-Unported license. Antikythera Mechanism Research Project www.antikythera-mechanism.gr
Antikythera Mechanism Part 1: by Nature Video New interpretations of the Antikythera Mechanism reveal that it could be used to predict eclipses, and that it had a dial recording the dates of the ancient Olympiads. The 2000-year-old box of intricate gearwork provides a glimpse of the engineering prowess of the Hellenic world. The team discuss their results here.
Lecture - 11 Enzyme Mechanisms II Lecture Series on BioChemistry I by Prof.S.Dasgupta, Dept of Chemistry, IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEl visit nptel.iitm.ac.in
Gleevecs mechanism of Action The animation begins by introducing the Philadelphia Chromosome, the result of a reciprocal translocation between chromosomes 9 and 22. More specifically the breakpoint cluster region (BCR) of chromosome 22 is fused with part of the Abelson (ABL) gene on chromosome 9. The resulting BCR-ABL genetic domain now located within chromosome 22 and codes for a mutant tyrosine kinase also known as BCR-ABL. Under normal circumstances tyrosine kinase proteins respond to external cellular messaging proteins, and ultimately initiate a series of reactions that culminate in cellular replication. Conversely, BCR-ABL is constitutively active, meaning it does not require activation by the aforementioned cellular messaging proteins in order to stimulate cellular replication. This results in acceleration of cell division, an inhibition of DNA repair, overall genomic instability, and the fatal blast crisis characteristic of chronic myelogenous leukemia. The animation progresses to introduce Gleevec (imatinib), the first in a class of drugs that specifically target and competively inhibit the ATP binding site on BCR-ABL tyrosine kinase. This prevents the ABL domain from phosphorylating the tyrosine residue, and as a result preventing the proliferation of hematopoietic cells that express BCR-ABL. Therapy with imatinib results in a dramatic reduction of tumor clone cells and the occurrence of blast crisis', through targeted drug treatment which leaves health cells unscathed. Created by: Nelson ...
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BT - The Antikythera Mechanism This is a music video for BT's The Antikythera Mechanism--it is NOT the official video, but rather a student project I completed from start to finish in about 3 days. I did not capture any of the video myself. (Director/Designer of "The Antikythera Mechanism" footage: Scott Pagano; Original Music by BT; Original Video:
The Mechanism of Cisplatin (New -HD) Cisplatin is in a class of drugs known as platinum-containing compounds used to treat various types of cancers including metastatic testicular and ovarian tumors. The molecule was first discovered in 1845, but did not receive FDA approval until 1978. Today it is known as the "penicillin of cancer drugs," because it is so effective for many different cancers. There are three key players involved in Cisplatin's mechanism: (1) Cisplatin, (2) DNA (3) and an HMG Protein. Most Cisplatin enters the body through active transport, but some molecules are passively defused through the cell membrane. Once in the nucleus, Cisplatin can form an adduct with two consecutive guanine bases within a strand of DNA. The molecule loses its chlorine atoms in exchange for the nitrogen atoms of the target guanines. Cisplatin can bond more tightly with nitrogen because nitrogen balances the platinum charge more effectively than chlorine. It is this adduct-induced DNA bend that allows binding of proteins which contain the high mobility group, HMG domain. Once the protein is bound to the DNA, it inserts a wedge-like phenyl group of phenylalanine 37 into the widened minor groove created by the bend. The tightly bound HMG protein causes destacking of the nucleotide bases, resulting in the DNA helix becoming kinked. In this way, Cisplatin can be thought of as a monkey wrench in the DNA repair system. With the HMG protein bound to the DNA, the modified strand is not repaired properly and so the cell ...
Antikythera mechanism working model.mov Curator Michael Wright shows off his model of the Antikythera mechanism. The Antikythera mechanism is an ancient Greek clockwork machine found in a shipwreck, that has taken more than a century to decipher. Wright's handmade reconstruction is the first to include all the known features of this complex device. For more information see .
Chemistry Tutorial 9.01a: Reaction Mechanism This video goes through the process of chemical reactions, from the effective collisions to the pathway a reaction takes.
Mechanism of a self reset wheel The magnet is not used.
Blasted Mechanism - All the way the new and astonishing Blasted Mechanism's videoclip
Crank Slider Mechanism .
Christian defense mechanism to disbelief This is a clip from episode 575 of "The Atheist Experience" TV show Watch the TV show at www.atheist-
Imaging the Antikythera Mechanism Google Tech Talk March 5, 2010 ABSTRACT Presented by Tom Malzbender. The Antikythera Mechanism is an astronomical mechanical computer built by the ancient Greeks in 200 BCE and resides in the National Archeological Museum in Athens. In 2005, Dan Gelb and I travelled to Athens to apply our Reflectance Transformation methods to the device in the hopes of uncovering faint writing on its surface. The trip - part of an international collaboration described in the Dec. 2009 issue of Scientific American - was a success and subsequent epigraphers have been able to decipher enough new writing to allow researchers to understand what the device was and how it operated. I will give an overview of both our imaging method and the Antikythera Mechanism itself. Tom Malzbender is a senior research scientist at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories. Tom works at the intersection of computer graphics, computer vision and signal processing and has developed the techniques of Reflectance Transformation, Polynomial Texture Mapping (PTM) and Fourier Volume Rendering. He also developed the capacitive sensing technology that allowed HP to penetrate the consumer graphics tablet market. His PTM methods are used by the National Gallery in London, the Tate Gallery and in the fields of criminal forensics, paleontology and archeology. Tom is on the program committees for several 3D graphics and vision conferences. More information can be found at .