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American Institute of Physics

The American Institute of Physics promotes science and the profession of physics, publishes physics journals, produces publications for scientific and engineering societies. The AIP is made up of various member societies, its corporate headquarters are at the American Center for Physics in College Park, but the institute has offices in Melville, New York, Beijing. The focus of the AIP appears to be organized around a set of core activities; the first delineated activity is to support member societies regarding essential society functions. This is accomplished by annually convening the various society officers to discuss common areas of concern. A range of topics is discussed which includes scientific publishing, public policy issues, membership-base issues, philanthropic giving, science education, science careers for a diverse population, a forum for sharing ideas. Another core activity is publishing the science of physics in research journals and conference proceedings. Member societies continue to publish their own journals.

Other core activities are tracking employment and education trends with six decades of coverage, being a liaison between research science and industry, historical collections and physics outreach programs, supporting science education initiatives and supporting undergraduate physics. One other core activity is as an advocate for science policy to the U. S. Congress and the general public; the AIP was founded in 1931 as a response to lack of funding for the sciences during the Great Depression. It formally incorporated in 1932 consisting of five original "member societies", a total of four thousand members. A new set of member societies was added beginning in the mid-1960s; as soon as the AIP was established it began publishing scientific journals. The AIP has a subsidiary called AIP Publishing dedicated to scholarly publishing by the AIP and its member societies, as well on behalf of other partners. Andrew Gemant AwardThe Andrew Gemant Award is awarded to a person who has made substantial cultural, artistic, or humanistic contributions to physics.

The award is named after the physicist Andrew Gemant. Tate Medal for International Leadership in PhysicsPresented for distinguished service to the profession of physics by a non-U. S. National Compton Medal for Leadership in PhysicsPresented for distinguished statesmanship in science Prize for Industrial Applications of PhysicsSponsored by General Motors, the award is presented biennially to publicize the value of physics research in industry Dannie Heineman Astrophysics PrizeThe Dannie Heineman Prize for Astrophysics, sponsored jointly with the American Astronomical Society, recognizes accomplishments in theoretical astrophysics. Named in honour of the Belgian-American engineer Dannie Heineman. Dannie Heineman Mathematical Physics PrizeThe Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics, sponsored jointly with the American Physical Society, recognizes accomplishments in mathematical physics Abraham Pais Award for History of PhysicsThe Abraham Pais Prize for History of Physics recognizes outstanding scholarly achievements in the history of physics.

Named in honour of the science historian and particle physicist Abraham Pais. Meggers Project AwardAwarded biennially for projects designed to improve high school physics Fluid Dynamics PrizeRecognizes outstanding achievement in research with demonstrated major impact on the discipline, jointly sponsored with the American Physical Society's Division of Fluid Dynamics Institute of Physics PACS Science Writing Award SPIE Joan Warnow-Blewett AIP website Member societies of the AIP AIP journals AIP Scitation website, which host academic articles of journals published by societies members of AIP, by societies who decided to host their articles on the platform American Center for Physics website

Benjamin Johnson (judge)

Benjamin Johnson was a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Arkansas. Born on January 22, 1784, in Johnson Station in what is now Scott County, District of Kentucky, Johnson read law, he entered private practice in Kentucky. He was a planter in Kentucky, he was a Judge of the Kentucky Circuit Court. He was a Judge of the Superior Court of Arkansas Territory from 1821 to 1836. Following the admission of the State of Arkansas to the Union on June 15, 1836, Johnson was nominated by President Andrew Jackson on June 27, 1836, to the United States District Court for the District of Arkansas, to a new seat authorized by 5 Stat. 50. He was confirmed by the United States Senate on June 29, 1836, received his commission the same day, his service terminated on October 1849, due to his death in Lexington, Kentucky. Benjamin Johnson at the Biographical Directory of Federal Judges, a public domain publication of the Federal Judicial Center

Anton Mavretič

Anton Mavretič was a Slovene electrical engineer who worked in the United States. Mavretič was research associate at the Center for Space Physics at Boston University, he has been a corresponding member of Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts since June 2007. In 1985 he founded his consulting firm SIAT of Boston LLC. Mavretič worked for the MIT Center for Space Research under contract for NASA from 1972 to 1979 and contributed to the development of plasma spectrometers for Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 projects. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from University of Denver, December, 1959 Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from University of Denver, June, 1961 Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University, December, 1968 http://www.bu.edu/dbin/csp/people.php?id=536 http://www.freepatentsonline.com/4354562.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlE8N9tweS4

Loch Eck

Loch Eck. It is seven miles long. Apart from Loch Lomond, it is the only occurring habitat of the Powan. Besides powan, the loch has salmon, sea trout, brown trout and arctic charr. Loch Eck is within the Argyll Forest Park which, is itself part of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, it is close to the Benmore Botanic Garden and the Benmore Outdoor Centre, which uses the loch and its surrounding for outdoor learning. A pathway runs along the west side of the loch, gives access to the Paper Caves, set in the steep hillside with caving access to a platform set above a steep scarp within the cave. A legend holds that the Argyll family documents were hidden in the caves when the 9th Earl of Argyll was arrested, to prevent his lands from being made forfeit; the loch is an impounding reservoir with a concrete dam measuring.87 metres high. The dam was completed in 1973. Loch Eck now supplies the freshwater to much including Dunoon. In July 2013, two dogs died due to algal bloom present in the loch.

Warnings were posted advising that people and animals should avoid contact with the water. A similar incident occurred again in June 2019. List of reservoirs and dams in the United Kingdom ARGYLL AND BUTE COUNCIL RESERVOIRS ACT 1975 PUBLIC REGISTER Gazetteer for Scotland - Historical Perspective for Loch Eck Map sources for Loch EckArgyll Forest Park The Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park Gaelic place names of Scotland

List of Metropolitan League seasons

The Metropolitan League ran for twenty-two seasons between 1949–50 and 1970–71. Eight new clubs joined the league in its second season. One new club, Bedford Town reserves, joined the league prior to the start of the 1955–56 season. Two new clubs joined the league prior to the start of the 1956–57 season. One new club, Canterbury City, joined the league for the 1959–60 season. Two new clubs joined the league for the 1960–61 season. Five new clubs joined Division One, whilst Crawley Town reserves replaced their first team, who had moved up to the Southern League. An additional four new clubs joined the league for the 1964–65 season. Barnet reserves Brentwood Town Hatfield Town Sheppey United Three new clubs joined the league for the 1966–67 season. Four new clubs joined the league for the 1968–69 season: Bletchley Town Romford reserves Stevenage Athletic Wellingborough Town Three new clubs joined the league for the start of the 1969–70 season. At the end of the season four clubs moved up to the Southern League as it added a new second tier division, splitting the previous Division One into Division One North and Division One South

Big Brother VIP (Israeli season 2)

HaAh HaGadol VIP 2 started on May 10, 2015. This is the second VIP season of the Israeli version of the Big Brother series, after a first one back in 2009; the show with some changes. For example, in Big Brother VIP the show's duration is shorter and the housemates were Israeli celebrities. Ariana Melamed is a journalist, she has two children. When she was 8 years old, she was stayed in the bed for 3 years, she loves to read. She was kicked out from every place she worked from IDF, she is the biggest critic of Big Brother but she wants to see how it is from inside. She thinks. Israel Goodovitch is an architect, he was "street boy" as a kid but he always pretends to be a nice boy with clean hands. He wanted to work in the theater but his father doesn’t approve it, he is architect of many stadiums. He hates someone to pull his strings, he doesn’t want to leave the planet without to try everything. Itzik Zohar is a footballer and sports commenter, he loves football since he is young. He loves to be a star, he likes the hair style of George Michael.

He fixed his first football shoes. On age of 17 he was top footballer, he got slap in the face when he got trauma on the leg, he thinks that it happens when a man thinks that he is bigger than life. Katya Gali is a model, she was born in Moscow. In the past her family thinks that to be smart is better than to be beautiful and she left Russia, she starts modeling in London, etc. She met her husband in England, they moved to Israel. But her husband wasn’t happy, he involved her with heroin. She want to leave him but she is afraid to stay alone, so she becomes drug addict. Everything in her family life starts to fall down, she becomes homeless. She continues to fight. Moshik Afia is a singer, he is divorced without children. He was married for two years, he has success with a song, get a lot of money but he spent them fast and the money are past. Now he "doesn't live in a movie" anymore, he hates unnecessary hair on his body. He is sensitive, he watches telenovelas and cry easy. Moty Gilady is an actor, he found his talent of imitation from young age.

His first wife died at 46. He confessed how hard it was when he knew what will happen in his home and to go on stage and to make the public laugh. After her death he thought that he will never return to the stage but his children gave him strength to do so. Natalie Attaya is an model, she spent many years in trying to like herself. She hates the word "relationship". In marriage she feels, she prefers piece swimsuit than bikini. She wants to be in Big Brother. Nir "Niro" Levy is an actor, he wasn't the best student or the beauties boy. A girl told him "why you not become an actor". Another girl in America told him the same and he started to work on it, he had a romance with a girl who looks like Nicole Kidman. She was rich but one day she "kicked" him out, he doesn't have idea. Rotem Aizak is a journalist, she likes Beyonce. In her childhood she never believes, she likes to write articles about sex. She doesn’t believe in monogamy, she searches for mister big…heart. She is tough girl, her father asked her "Who will be your boyfriend?

Ballerina?" Shir Elmaliach is a model. She is model since she was 17, she wants to have blue eyes. When she was little girl she wanted to be a singer, she is together with her husband since she was in school, he is the only man in her life. If she is the first evicted, it will be shame for her, she is afraid to not fall from the stairs. Stav Strashko is a trans model, she was born in Ukraine. Her family came to Israel, she was quiet kid, she loved to play with dresses but with robots. When she became a model she said to herself, she has a boyfriend. The men flirt with her on the street but she hates it when someone opens the door of her car, thinking that she will do something with him, she doesn't like. Stella Amar is a writer. In America she is famous with the name Stella Ellis. Jean-Paul Gaultier discovers her in the early 1990s and she becomes his muse. Stella Ellis was featured in Italian Vogue, French Vogue, Glamour, Oprah's magazine and many others, she has participation in projects of George Madonna.

She writes the book "Size Sexy" for the women which doesn’t know how to accept themselves and wants to show that a woman can be a model if she is not abnormally thin woman. ^Note 1: Shir entered first in the house and received a secret task from Big Brother. She was hidden in the Diary Room and she watched the promo videos of every housemate which enters after her, her task was to say, according of what she thinks from the promos, who will be the first evicted and who will be the winner. After the entering of the housemates she announced her decision in Diary Room. According to Shir, Israel will be the first evicted and Katya will be the winner; because of that, Israel was automatically nominated and Katya will live in a special area of the house, where she'll have luxury. ^Note 2: Israel, Niro, Moty and Itzik were nominated. However as a new housemate, Stella had the power to replace him, she replaced him with Shir. ^Note 3: Rotem, Ni