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Day and night

Day and night


We start with the preparation of creams

Ganache:

Put the whipped cream in a saucepan with the chocolate, broken into small pieces, and mix.

Put the saucepan on low heat and turn it constantly until the chocolate melts, you don't have to boil the whipped cream. The whipped cream does not even heat up well and is removed from the heat.

The mixture is put in the fridge and left for about an hour, when it is coarse and cold enough to be beaten with the mixer. Beat with the mixer at high speed until it thickens, just like normal whipped cream.

Cream:

The starch mixes well with the caster sugar and over it we pour a part of the milk, enough to dilute well without lumps.

We will put the rest of the milk on the fire and when it boils we will add the pieces of aerated white chocolate.

When the chocolate has melted, add the starch mixture, slowly so as not to make lumps.

Stir constantly, over low heat, until it cools down very well. It must be very thick. After it has set well, let it cool.

Meanwhile, rub the butter with the powdered sugar and vanilla sugar.

The butter must be left at room temperature, now the heat helps a lot in summer: D: D

Over the butter rubbed the foam, add little by little the boiled and cooled cream. After I have incorporated the butter with the cream well, let it cool.

Syrup:

Boil the water with the sugar and let it cool. When it has cooled, add the rum, do not put it when it is hot so as not to make the syrup bitter. The syrup is used only when it is cold.

Sheet preparation:

We will prepare simple dough for 3 sheets.

Wash the eggs well, break them in a large bowl, put the sugar on them and beat them well until they double in volume and the sugar has melted.

Mix the flour with the cocoa spoons and incorporate, stirring from the bottom up so that no eggs are left. If you still need to add flour, the dough should have the same consistency as cake dough but a little thicker.

Divide the dough into 3 equal parts and bake over medium heat for 10 minutes. Make the tets with the toothpick before removing the sheets from the oven.

The sheets are cooled and then syruped.

Assembly:

syrup-cream sheet - cream-syrup sheet- ganache syrup sheet.

Leave in the fridge for at least 12 hours and then devour.


Good appetite!


First, look up your birth chart by putting your birth time, date, and location into a free birth chart calculator. Now, find the horizontal line starting on your Rising sign (marked by the letters AC or ASC) in your chart and determine which side of the horizon the Sun is on & mdashor take a look at the part of your chart describing which house each planet is in . If your Sun is above the horizon line or in houses 7 to 12, you have a day chart. If your Sun is below the horizon line or in houses 1 to 6, you have a night chart. Sound complicated? Take a look at Lizzo & rsquos birth chart as an example of a day chart or Taylor Swift & rsquos birth chart as an example of a night chart.

Day or diurnal charts are more outwardly expressive (aka more the star of the show), while night or nocturnal charts are more on the emotionally receptive end of the spectrum (aka the screenwriter behind the scenes). Essentially, in a day chart, the diurnal planets (the Sun, Jupiter, Saturn, and sometimes Mercury) have a stronger influence, and in a night chart, the nocturnal planets (the Moon, Venus, Mars, and sometimes Mercury) rule. (Yeah, don & rsquot forget to check your Mercury! If your Mercury is toward the right of the Sun, it & rsquos diurnal. If it & rsquos toward the left, it & rsquos nocturnal.)

If You Have a Day Chart & hellip

If your Sun is placed above the horizon, you have a day chart. You tend to be more expressive, outgoing, and extroverted. You can act a lot like your Sun sign and you have an energetic and open approach to life. This is especially true if you are a Leo Rising (when the Sun rules your chart) or if your Sun, Jupiter, and Saturn are in diurnal zodiac signs (Aries, Gemini, Leo, Libra, Sagittarius, or Aquarius).

If You Have a Night Chart & hellip

If your Sun is below the horizon, you have a night chart and are on the more reserved, emotional, and receptive side. You shy away from the spotlight and aren & rsquot as much of an open book as your day-chart friends. Your Moon sign may resonate more with you, especially if it & rsquos placed in a nocturnal sign (Taurus, Cancer, Virgo, Scorpio, Capricorn, or Pisces). You tend to lead with your emotions (cue the waterworks!) And you use your intuition before making your next move. If your Moon, Venus, and Mars are also placed in nocturnal signs, they can be positive sources of power for you.


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Turboslim Day and Night & # 8211 wat manufacturers beloven?

& # 8220Turboslim. Dag & # 8220is een biologisch complex voor dagelijks gebruik. De grootste activiteit en effectiviteit van de actie komt tot uiting in de periode van 10 tot 18 uur van de dag. Waargenomen activatie van metabole processen, effectieve verwijdering van oedeem en toxines ..

Het stimuleren van vetverbranding en het omzetten in energia voorkomt onbedwingbare trek naar koolhydraatrijke voedingsmiddelen, maar ook naar voedsel in het algemeen.

& # 8220Turboslim. Nacht & # 8220werkt op vergelijkbaar met & # 8221 Turboslim. Dag & # 8220patroon. Het belangrijkste verschil is de tegenovergestelde chronologische actieperiode. Dienovereenkomstig wordt de taak van het medicijn teruggebracht tot het gebruik van menselijke slaap, als een manier om gewicht te verliezen ..

Regelmatig gebruik van het supplement elimineert de avondlust, versnelt metabolische processen en stimuleert de ochtendreinigingsprocessen van het lichaam ..

Een belangrijk voordeel van de nachtversie van Turboslim is het blokkeren van het proces van assimilatie van vetten en hun onmiddellijke terugtrekking ..

De parallelle toepassing van dag en nacht variaties Turboslim stelt u in staat om 24 uur per dag gewicht te verliezen!


How To Tell If You Have A Day Or Night Chart In Astrology

Knowing the difference between the charts could better explain your zodiac sign.

There's so much to learn when it comes to studying your birth chart - and once you start, you'll quickly realize that there's a lot more cosmic action influencing your astrological personality than just the sun sign you read your horoscopes for. However, sun signs in astrology are still super important, as the sun represents the core of who you are throughout your life. Knowing the difference between day charts and night charts in astrology can help you learn more about your personal cosmic profile - and can help explain why some people's zodiac sign traits are way more obvious than others'.

To know if you have a day chart vs. a night chart, you'll need to look at your birth chart (which you can do by grabbing your exact birth date, time, and location, and plugging it into an online birth chart calculator). The chart is a circle divided into 12 houses of the zodiac, which you may already be familiar with - but this chart also functions as a sort of & quotclock, & quot too.

You can think of the line going across the middle of the chart (or the axis that shares the first and seventh house cusps) as the horizon line. The point on the left (east) side of the horizon denotes your ascendant sign (abbreviated as ASC) and first house cusp, and that point represents the & quotsunrise & quot of your chart - while the point on the right (west) side of the horizon line (DSC) represents the & quotsunset & quot of your chart. Now, let’s look at the Y axis of the chart (or the line that runs perpendicular to the horizon, from the top of the chart to the bottom, forming the tenth and fourth house cusps). The highest point is your midheaven sign and the cusp of your tenth house, and it represents high noon - while the very bottom point on this axis where your fourth house cusp is located is the & quotmidnight & quot of your chart.

So from here, it's easy to see that the top half of the chart above the horizon line (containing houses seven through 12) is the & quotday & quot half of the chart, while the bottom half of the chart below the horizon line (containing houses one through six) is the & quotnight & quot half of the chart. Now, let’s look at the luminary in charge of the day and night cycle: the sun itself. Where is the sun in your astrology chart? If it's above the horizon, you have a day chart, and if it's below, you have a night chart. Easy peasy.

But what does it mean? While the concept of day and night charts is based on approaches that were used more often in ancient forms of astrology rather than modern-day practice, it's still an interesting way to see how your sun sign (as well as your other signs in astrology ) expresses its energy in the unique way that makes your cosmic profile one-of-a-kind. And while there are lots of factors that can influence the way your zodiac sign shows up in your personality, looking at day charts vs. night charts is a simple and fun way to gain perspective.


Day and night - Recipes

New International Version
God called the light "day," and the darkness he called "night." And there was evening, and there was morning - the first day.

New Living Translation
God called the light & # 8220day & # 8221 and the darkness & # 8220night. & # 8221 And evening passed and morning came, marking the first day.

English Standard Version
God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And there was evening and there was morning, the first day.

Berean Study Bible
God called the light & # 8220day, & # 8221 and the darkness He called & # 8220night. & # 8221 And there was evening, and there was morning & # 8212the first day.

King James Bible
And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.

New King James Version
God called the light Day, and the darkness He called Night. So the evening and the morning were the first day.

New American Standard Bible
God called the light & # 8220day, & # 8221 and the darkness He called & # 8220night. & # 8221 And there was evening and there was morning, one day.

NASB 1995
God called the light day, and the darkness He called night. And there was evening and there was morning, one day.

NASB 1977
And God called the light day, and the darkness He called night. And there was evening and there was morning, one day.

Amplified Bible
And God called the light day, and the darkness He called night. And there was evening and there was morning, one day.

Christian Standard Bible
God called the light & # 8220day, & # 8221 and the darkness he called & # 8220night. & # 8221 There was an evening, and there was a morning: one day.

Holman Christian Standard Bible
God called the light "day," and He called the darkness "night." Evening came and then morning: the first day.

American Standard Version
And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And there was evening and there was morning, one day.

Aramaic Bible in Plain English
And God called the light the day, and the darkness he called the night, and it was evening and it was dawn, day one.

Brenton Septuagint Translation
And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night, and there was evening and there was morning, the first day.

Contemporary English Version
and named the light "Day" and the darkness "Night." Evening came, then morning - that was the first day.

Douay-Rheims Bible
And he called the light Day, and the darkness Night and there was evening and morning one day.

English Revised Version
And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And there was evening and there was morning, one day.

Good News Translation
and he named the light "Day" and the darkness "Night." Evening passed and morning came - that was the first day.

GOD'S WORD & reg Translation
God named the light [day], and the darkness he named [night]. There was evening, then morning — the first day.

International Standard Version
calling the light "day," and the darkness "night." The twilight and the dawn were day one.

JPS Tanakh 1917
And God called the light Day, and the darkness He called Night. And there was evening and there was morning, one day.

Literal Standard Version
and God calls the light & # 8220Day, & # 8221 and the darkness He has called & # 8220Night & # 8221 and there is an evening, and there is a morning & # 8212 [the] first day.

NET Bible
God called the light "day" and the darkness "night." There was evening, and there was morning, marking the first day.

New Heart English Bible
And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. There was evening and there was morning, one day.

World English Bible
God called the light "day," and the darkness he called "night." There was evening and there was morning, one day.

Young's Literal Translation
and God calleth to the light 'Day,' and to the darkness He hath called 'Night' and there is an evening, and there is a morning - day one.

Numbers 20:29
When the whole congregation saw that Aaron had died, the entire house of Israel mourned for him thirty days.

Psalm 65: 8
Those who live far away fear Your wonders You make the dawn and sunset shout for joy.

Psalm 74:16
The day is Yours, and also the night You established the moon and the sun.

And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.

Genesis 8:22 While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.

Psalm 19: 2 Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge.

Psalm 74:16 The day is thine, the night also is thine: thou hast prepared the light and the sun.

And the evening and the morning were.

Genesis 1: 8,13,19,23,31 And God called the firmament Heaven. And the evening and the morning were the second day & # 8230

And the evening and the morning. --Literally, And was an evening and was a morning day one, the definite article not being used till Genesis 1:31, when we have "day the sixth," which was also the last of the creative days.

The word "evening" means a mixture. It is no longer the opaque darkness of a world without light, but the intermingling of light and darkness (comp. Zechariah 14: 6-7). This is followed by a "morning," that is, a breaking forth of light. Evening is placed first because there was a progress from a less to a greater brightness and order and beauty. The Jewish method of calculating the day from sunset to sunset was not the cause, but the result of this arrangement.

The first day. --A creative day is not a period of twenty-four hours, but an? On, or period of indefinite duration, as the Bible itself teaches us. For in Genesis 2: 4 the six days of this narrative are described as and summed up in one day, creation being there regarded, not in its successive stages, but as a whole. So by the common consent of commentators, the seventh day, or day of God's rest, is that age in which we are now living, and which will continue until the consummation of all things. So in Zechariah 14: 7 the whole Gospel dispensation is called "one day" and constantly in Hebrew, as probably in all languages, day is used in a very indefinite manner, as, for instance, in Deuteronomy 9: 1. Those, however, who adopt the very probable suggestion of Kurtz, that the revelation of the manner of creation was made in a succession of representations or pictures displayed before the mental vision of the tranced seer, have no difficulties. He saw the dark gloom of evening pierced by the bright morning light: that was day one. Again, an evening cleft by the light, and he saw an opening space expanding itself around the world: that was day two. Again darkness and light, and on the surface of the earth he saw the waters rushing down into the seas: that was day three. And so on. What else could he call these periods but days? But as St. Augustine pointed out, there was no sun then, and "it is very difficult for us to imagine what sort of days these could be" (De Civ. Dei, xi. 6, 7). It must further be observed that this knowledge of the stages of creation could only have been given by revelation, and that the agreement of the Mosaic record with geology is so striking that there is no real difficulty in believing it to be inspired. The difficulties arise almost entirely from popular fallacies or the mistaken views of commentators. Geology has done noble service for religion in sweeping away the mean views of God's method of working which used formerly to prevail. We may add that among the Chaldeans a cosmic day was a period of 43,200 years, being the equivalent of the cycle of the procession of the equinoxes (Lenormant, Les Origines de l'Histoire, p. 233).

Verse 5. - And God called (literally, called to) the light Day, and (literally, to) the darkness he called Night. "None but superficial thinkers," says Delitzsch, "can take offense at the idea of ​​created things receiving names from God. The name of a thing is the expression of its nature. If the name be given by man, it fixes in a word. the impression which it makes upon the human mind but, when given by God, it expresses the reality, what the thing is in God's creation, and the place assigned it there by the side of other things. " The things named were the light and the darkness not the durations, but the phenomena. The names called were day, yore, and night, layela, which, again, were not time-measures, but character-descriptions. Ainsworth suggests that yore was intended to express "the tumult, stir, and business of the day," in all probability connecting it with yam, which depicts the foaming or the boiling of the sea and that layela, in which he seems to detect the Latin ululare, is indicative of "the yelling or the howling of wild beasts at night." Gesenius derives the former from the unused root yore, which signifies to glow with heat, while the latter he associates with lul, also unused, to roll up, the idea being that the night wraps all things in obscurity. Macdonald sees in the naming of the creatures an expression of sovereignty and lordship, as when Adam named the beasts of the field. And the evening and the morning were the first day. Literally, And evening was and morning was, day one. Considerable diversity of sentiment prevails with regard to the exact interpretation of these words. On the one hand, it is assumed that the first creative period is here described as an ordinary astronomical or sidereal day of twenty-four hours' duration, its constituent parts being characterized in the usual way, as an evening and a morning. In the judgment of Kalisch and others the peculiar phrase, "Evening was, and morning was," is simply equivalent to the later Hebrew compound "evening-morning" (Daniel 8:14), and the Greek & # x3bd & # x3b7 & # x3c7 & # x3b8 & # x1f75 & # x3bc & # x3b5 & # x3c1 & # x3bf & # x3bd (2 Corinthians 11:25), both of which denote a natural or civil day, though this is challenged, in the case of the Hebrew compound, by Macdonald. The language of the fourth commandment (Exodus 20:11) is also appealed to as removing, it beyond the sphere of doubt that the evening and the morning referred to are-the component sections of an earthly day. As to the proper terminus a quo of this initial day, however, the advocates of this interpretation are at variance among themselves Delitzsch taking the terms ereb (literally, "the setting," from arab,

(2) to set, to depart, like the sun)

and boker (literally, "the breaking forth," from sola, to cleave, to open) in an active sense, and applying the former to the first fading of the light, and the latter to the breaking of the dawn after the first interval of darkness has passed, thus reckoning the creative days from daybreak to daybreak while Murphy and Kalisch, who agree with him in regard to the days as ordinary solar days, declare they must be reckoned, Hebraico more, from sunset to sunset. But if the first day commenced with an evening or obscure period (Has ereb no connection with arab, to mix? May it not describe the condition of things when light and darkness were commingled?), That can be discovered only in the chaotic darkness out of which the light sprang. Hence, on the other hand, as it seems improbable that this was of no more than twelve hours' duration, and as the presumption is that the light-period would be commensurate in length, it has been argued that day one was not a sun -measured day, but a period of indefinite extent. Of course the length of day one practically determines the length of all the six. If it was a solar day, then they must be considered such. But as the present sidereal arrangements for the measurement of time were not then established, it is clearly gratuitous to proceed on the assumption that it was Hence, neither is it to be accepted without-demonstration that they were not likewise periods of prolonged duration. It is obvious they were if it was and that it was appears to be suggested by the terms in which it is described. This conclusion, that the creation days were long periods, and not simply solar days, is confirmed by a variety of considerations.

1. In the creation record itself (Genesis 2: 4) the term is employed with an obvious latitude of meaning standing for light as opposed to darkness (ver. 5) day as distinguished from night and for a period of twenty-four hours, as in the phrase "for days and years" (ver. 14) and again for the whole creation period of six days, or, as is more probable, for the second and third days (Genesis 2: 4).

2. General Scripture usage sanctions this interpretation of the word day as a period of indefinite duration gg Zechariah 14: 6, 7, which speaks of the time of our Lord s coming, and-indeed of the entire gospel dispensation, as & # x5d9 & # x5d5 & # x5dd & # x20 & # x5d0 & # x5b6 & # x5d7 & # x5b8 & # x5d3 unus dies, ie a day together unique, the only day of its kind (Delitzsch) and characterizes it as one of God's days, "known to the Lord," as if to distinguish it from one of man's ordinary civil days (cf. Deuteronomy 9: 1 Psalm 90: 4 Psalm 95: 8 Isaiah 49: 8 John 9: 4 Hebrews 13: 8 2 Peter 3: 8).

3. The works ascribed to the different days can with difficulty be compressed within the limits of a solar day. Taking the third day, e. g., if the events assigned to it belong exclusively to the region of the supernatural, nothing need prevent the belief that twenty-four hours were sufficient for their accomplishment but if the Divine modus operandi during the first half of the creative week was through " existing causes "(even vastly accelerated), as geology affirms that it was during the second half, and as we know that it has been ever since its termination, then a considerably larger space of time than twice twelve hours must have been consumed in their execution. And the same conclusion forces itself upon the judgment from a consideration of the works allotted to the sixth day, in which not only were the animals produced and Adam made, but the former, being collected in Eden, were passed in review before the latter to be named, after which he was cast into a sleep by Jehovah Elohim, a rib extracted from his side and fashioned into a woman, and the woman presented to him as a partner.

4. The duration of the seventh day of necessity determines the length of the other six. Without anticipating the exposition of Genesis 2: 1-4 (q. V.), It may be said that God's sabbatic rest is understood by the best interpreters of Scripture to have continued from creation's close until the present hour so that consistency demands the previous six days to be considered as not of short, but of indefinite, duration.

5. The language of the fourth commandment, when interpreted in accordance with the present theory, confirms the probability of its truth, If the six days in Exodus 20:11 are simply natural days, then the seventh day, in which God is represented as having rested from his creative labors, must likewise be a natural or solar day and if so, it is proper to observe what follows. It follows

(1) that the events recorded in the first five verses of Genesis must be compressed into a single day of twenty-four hours, so that no gap will remain into which the short-day advocates may thrust the geologic ages, which is for them an imperative necessity

(2) that the world is only 144 hours older than man, which is contrary to both science and revelation

(3) that the statement is incorrect that God finished all his work at the close of the sixth day and

(4) that the fossiliferous remains which have been discovered in the earth's crust have either been deposited there since man's creation, or were created there at the first, both of which suppositions are untenable. But now, if, on the contrary, the language signifies that God labored in the fashioning of his cosmos through six successive periods of indefinite duration (olamim, aeons), and entered on the seventh day into a correspondingly long period of sabbatic rest, we can hold the opposite of every one of these conclusions, and find a convincing argument besides for the observance of the sabbath in the beautiful analogy which subsists between God s great week of olamim and man's little week of sun-measured days,

6. Geology declares that the earth must have been brought to its present condition through a series of labors extending over indefinitely long epochs and, notwithstanding the confident assertion of Kalisch and others that it is hopeless to harmonize science and revelation, the correspondence between the contents of these geologic ages and those of the Mosaic days is so surprising as to induce the belief that the latter were, like the former, extended periods. First, according to geology, traveling backward, comes the Cainozoic era, with the remains of animals, but not of man next is the Mezozoic era, with the remains of fish and fowl, but not of animals and underneath that is the Palaeozoic era, with its carboniferous formations, but still with traces of aquatic life at its beginning and its end. Now, whether the vegetation of the third day is to be sought for in the carboniferous formations of the Palaeozoic age (Hugh Miller), or, as is more probable, in the age which saw the formation of the metamorphic rocks (Dawson), the order disclosed is precisely that which the Mosaic narrative affirms was observed first plants, then fish and fowl, and finally animals and man so that if the testimony of the rocks be admissible at all upon the subject, it is unmistakably in favor of the long- period day.

7. The opinion of neither Jewish nor Christian antiquity was entirely on the side of the natural-day theory. Josephus and Philo lent their sanction to the other view. Origen perceived the difficulty of having a firs. t, second, and third day, each with an evening and a morning, without the sun, moon, and stars, and resolved it by saying that these celestial luminaries were appointed "& # x3bf & # x1f54 & # x3ba & # x3b5 & # x3c4 & # x3b9 & # x20 & # x3b5 & # x1f34 & # x3c2 & # x20 & # x1f04 & # x3c1 & # x3c7 & # x3b1 & # x3c2 & # x3c4 & # x1fc6 & # x3c2 & # x20 & # x1f20 & # x3bc & # x1f3 # x20 & # x3c4 & # x1f74 & # x3c2 & # x20 & # x3bd & # x3c5 & # x3ba & # x3c4 & # x1f78 & # x3c2 & # x20 & # x1f00 & # x3bb & # x3bb & # x20 & # x3b5 & # x1f34 & # x1f2 # x3c7 & # x3b7 & # x3bd & # x20 & # x3c4 & # x1fc6 & # x3c2 & # x20 & # x1f21 & # x3bc & # x1f73 & # x3c1 & # x3b1 & # x3c2 & # x20 & # x3ba & # x3b1 & # x3 & # x20 & # x3b1 # x3ba & # x3c4 & # x1f79 & # x3c2 ('Com. in Genesin,' 1:16). Augustine similarly writes, "Qui dies cujusmodi sint, ant perdifficile nobis, ant etiam impossibile est cogitare, quanto magis dicere Illorum autem priores tres sine sole peracti sunt, qui quarto die factus refertur "('De Civitate Dei,' lib. 11: 6, 7). Bode likewise remarks," Fortassis hic diet nomen totius temporis nomen est, et omnia volumina seculorum hoc vocabulo includit. "

8. Heathen cosmogonies may also be appealed to as an indirect confirmation of the preceding evidence. Egyptian, Persian, Indian, and Etruscan legends represent the elaboration of the world as having been accomplished in a series of ages of prolonged duration. "God created in the first thousand years heaven and earth in the second the vault of heaven in the third the sea and the other waters of the earth in the fourth the sun, moon, and stars in the fifth the inhabitants of the air, of the water, and of the land and in the sixth man, "is the creation story of Etruria and although in itself it has no validity, yet, as a traditional reflection of the Mosaic narrative it is not entirely destitute of weight.

He called
& # 1511 & # 1464 & # 1443 & # 1512 & # 1464 & # 1488 (q & # 257 & # 183r & # 257)
Verb - Qal - Perfect - third person masculine singular
Strong's 7121: To call, proclaim, read

And there was
& # 1493 & # 1463 & # 1469 & # 1497 & # 1456 & # 1492 & # 1460 & # 1497 & # 1470 (way & # 183h & # 238-)
Conjunctive waw & # 124 Verb - Qal - Consecutive imperfect - third person masculine singular
Strong's 1961: To fall out, come to pass, become, be

and there was
& # 1493 & # 1463 & # 1469 & # 1497 & # 1456 & # 1492 & # 1460 & # 1497 & # 1470 (way & # 183h & # 238-)
Conjunctive waw & # 124 Verb - Qal - Consecutive imperfect - third person masculine singular
Strong's 1961: To fall out, come to pass, become, be


China has completed the Wuhan hospital and will receive patients starting Monday

The new building was completed in record time, in just seven days, write BBC journalists.

Huoshenshan Hospital is 25,000 square meters and is one of two large hospitals now being worked on by Chinese authorities to treat those suspected of being infected with coronavirus.

On Sunday, the hospital will be fully equipped and handed over to doctors, and the first patients will arrive here starting Monday.

The hospital has a capacity of 1,000 beds.

CCTV, China's leading public television, broadcast live footage from the site, which was an extraordinary success. More than 40 million people watched the stream.

The popularity of these broadcasts led to an unusual situation: construction equipment became celebrities overnight and was chosen by nicknames from viewers.

Concrete mixers have been named, for example, & # 8222The King of Cement & # 8221, & # 8222The Great White Rabbit & # 8221 and & # 8222The White Compressor & # 8221.

(Credit Image: © Xiao Yijiu / Xinhua via ZUMA Wire)

Spitalul este construit după modelul spitalului Xiaotangshan, ridicat în Beijing în 2003 pentru a ajuta la combaterea virusului Sars.

Spitalul Xiaotangshan a fost ridicat în şapte zile şi se crede că a bătut recordul mondial pentru cel mai rapid construit spital. Cea mai mare parte a lui este construită din prefabricate.


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Day/Night Terminator (daily)

The line that separates day and night is called the terminator. It is also referred to as the "grey line" and the "twilight zone." It is a fuzzy line due to our atmosphere bending sunlight. In fact, the atmosphere bends sunlight by half a degree, which is about 37 miles (60 km). It is commonly thought that while half of the Earth is covered in darkness, the other half is covered in sunlight. This is actually not true because of the bending of the sunlight results in the land covered by sunlight having greater area than the land covered by darkness.

The shape of the terminator curve changes with the seasons. This difference is especially noticeable when the terminator curve from an equinox is compared to the terminator curve from a solstice. There are three different datasets that show the terminator during 2007. In 2007, the spring equinox was March 21, the fall equinox was September 23, the summer solstice was June 21, and the winter solstice was December 22. During the equinox, the sun can be observed directly over the equator. This means that day and night are approximately the same length. The equinox is also thought of as the start of spring and fall. Because at equinox there is no tilt of the Earth with respect to the sun, the terminator line is parallel to the axis of the Earth and to lines of longitude. The solstice occurs when the Earth's axis tilts most toward or away from the sun, causing the sun to be further north or south of the equator than any other time. The shortest day of the year is winter solstice and the longest day is summer solstice. When the Earth is tilted away from the sun, the sun appears south of the equator and when the Earth is titled toward the sun, the sun appears north of the equator. During solstice, the terminator line is at its greatest angle with respect to the axis of the Earth, which is approximately 23.5 degrees.

This dataset shows the terminator through the entire year with has one image for each day, so that the changes in the terminator angle are easy to see.


Day and night craft

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  • Day and night template – find it at the end of the post
  • Two paper plates : black, white and light blue
  • Paint brush
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Glue (optional)

How to make a day and night craft

Start by tracing a line in the middle of a paper plate. Paint half of the paper plate black.

Add a few water drops to your white paint and dip the paint brush into the paint. Add the stars by placing the paint brush over the black half of the paper plate and tapping gently on the paint brush. It’s not a problem if white paint ends up on the other half of the paper plate. We will cover that half with light blue paint.

Set the night sky paper plate aside to dry completely. In the meantime, download the day and night template and cut out the moon, clouds and sun.

Paint the other half of the paper plate light blue.

Glue the sun and white cloud onto the blue half and the moon sleeping on the cloud onto the black half. The sun and moon need to face each other.

Trace a line in the middle of the second paper plate. Use the scissors to cut out a window in one half of the paper plate, above the middle line. I find it easier to use a craft knife to cut through a paper plate but craft knifes are sharp so this is an adult only step.

Use a hole punch to make a hole in the middle of the second paper plate, along the middle line.

Place the second paper plate on top of the painted paper plate and use a pencil to mark through the hole the middle of the painted paper plate. Use the pencil to make a hole.

Connect the two paper plates with a paper fastener.


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