"I love propaganda posters from that period, the imagery is great. For some reason though I've always thought the Soviets were streets ahead of the west when it came to design!
Check out these Soviet posters.
There was also some…"
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"Hi Dutch Dastard
I do a lot of this kind of exercise (army) and have a similar history of knee joint injuries, although probably not as bad as yours sound, and fortunately no back problems.
Speaking from my own experience then (and how applicable…"
""The comparisons are interesting, but be cautious about using them to draw broad conclusions. We use our news judgment to pick the facts we’re going to check, so we certainly don’t fact-check everything. And we don’t…"
"In my professors email he said to focus on the actuators
In His words,
"Both systems (home heating and eye) are examples of closed-loop feedback systems. Sensors within the eye detect light intensity and too much or too little…"
"Rusty, I think you should start the week with your larger muscle groups first (chest, back, legs) followed by the smaller muscle groups (shoulders, arms). How long have you been lifting? If you're new, I would recommend a simpler general 3 day…"
"Going with Kit here. The Heater gets constant feedback and regulates the temperature steady. If the temperature to low it the heat goes up, if the temperature is to high the heat goes down.
As for the eye... dont know how eyes work but basically i…"