The creators said they would not remain indifferent to the abuse suffered by these people, after learning first hand the inhabitants of Tifariti maimed by mines and live during encounters with women who fled into exile under the napalm and phosphorus bombs launched by the Alawite army until the day of signature of the ceasefire. Isidro Lopez Aparicio spent 24 hours of cold and wind in a hole two feet deep, Darraa dressed in the traditional costume Saharawi to report the isolation suffered by these people and then climbed onto an elevated platform from which water spray showered the attendees to invite communication and hope.
Pereira Pamen Galician artist accompanied him in this performative action from another hole / platform located about twenty yards away, also dressed in the MELFA, the Saharawi women dress. For more information see this site: Dean Ornish M.D. For its part, Eva Lootz, which described the experience as “beautiful and hard, at once”, posed with her installation “Light for All” the need to promote the development of the Saharawi people, through a program to promote solar energy, to improve their dire living conditions. The National Plastic Arts Prize, which highlighted the contribution of art to the visibility of the conflict, insisted in his reflections on the complexity of the Saharawi cause, the brutal interests at stake in Morocco and other countries on phosphates and other raw materials available in Western Sahara. One of the drivers of Land Art movement, Galician Fernando Casas, instructed his son, Adrian Estarque photographer who developed his proposal “Tifariti blue hole,” a space for reflection and movement of energy created with earth pigments and Saharan -in a small amount, has traveled to Spain to continue its creator Galicia development of this work.
The shoulder is considered the versatile joint in the human body, carries a risk of injury through this biomechanical feature but especially the classic shoulder disorders such as impingement syndrome (bursitis), frozen shoulder, lime shoulder and tendon tear, glenohumeral joint osteoarthritis (Omarthrose) is increasing due to increasing age and athletic activity. But also diseases such as instability and dislocations of the shoulder angle joint and Schulterendoprothesen are becoming increasingly common. Dr. Matthias Muschol, specialist in orthopaedics and Traumatology at the Paracelsus clinic Bremen, specialized already during his assistantship at the Orthopedic University Clinic Kiel on the unusual joint. He received the certificate to the shoulder and Elbow Surgeons 2012 as 6th orthopedic surgeon in Germany from the DVSE (German Association for shoulder and elbow surgery). With his work at the Paracelsus clinic, he is now the first Bremen physician with this quality certificate. To find the right way between conservative and operative therapy challenges the shoulder surgery and better to combine both approaches, according to Dr.
Muschol are the major challenges of shoulder surgery. Conservative treatments have no effect, the orthopedist used especially Arthroscopic surgical procedures (minimally invasive), to minimize tissue damage to achieve a condition stove around. Heavy shoulder dislocations and larger tendon tears surgery, however, (mini-open) due to the quality of the results. Especially the classic shoulder disorders such as impingement (bursitis) syndrome, frozen shoulder, lime shoulder and tendon breaks shoulder arthrosis (Omarthrose) are increasing due to the increasing age and athletic activity. But also diseases such as instability and dislocations of the shoulder angle joint and Schulterendoprothesen are becoming increasingly common. Due to its proximity to the body trunk and head, its large scope of the movement and the mainly soft part conditional joint stability the shoulder joint is affected by many factors, so the recovery time can be very individual. I always tell my patients, no shoulder is like the other, and this also applies to the same patient for the right and left sides! “, so Dr. Muschol.”
Passive House is a happy used term. What exactly is behind it and how to reach these services technically. A passive house can be a log cabin as well as a prefab House but also a wooden house built in massive construction. The passive house name derives rather from the fact, that this House has an adequate environment, without having to use it tools such as heating or air conditioning systems. This House regulates its temperature so passiv-without any influence from the outside. Thus, the passive house particularly in the interest of numerous spenders and climate keeper is because it far exceeds the low energy in its energy budget around. Generally it is in one of these houses a heating of less than 15 kWh per square meter this year.
This optical compactness of the House and its heat protection play a significant role. The use of energy on the part of the natural radiation is used efficiently by means of solar energy and photovoltaics. This gained power, then, is powered by collectors in the normal power grid or saved, which to any waiver must accept with regard to the numerous electronic devices. Custom-built combinations of window filter the direct irradiation and make in the summer cool the living space even in high temperatures without is an external cooling. Cold and drafty air is heated through a heat exchange integrated into the ground, before she enters the House.
Before they can escape through exhaust air cleaner then the prestigious energy part using Gegenstromwarmer is changed again. Thus, the cost-intensive heat sources are saved here thanks to the natural Naturressorcen. Considering the price of electricity development of in recent years to something and this projected on the useful life of a House, the long-term benefits are obvious. The passive house is a house in which all available parallels to commercial energy skillfully combined and used effectively. Robert Hartl