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Paragliding Over the Sequatchie Valley — 52 Things 52 Weeks

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I like to add some variety to my adventures. Some weeks my New Thing can be done during a quiet evening at home. Other weeks it involves running and jumping off of a cliff. This week was the latter. I have had my eye on paragliding since I first tried hang gliding a few years […]

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Load, Balance and Performance notes. — s4337253

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Load Factor Operating above the maximum weigh (wt) limitations compromise the structural integrity of the aircraft and impairs performances… Load factor is the ratio of max load that the aircraft can sustain to the gross weight of the aircraft… measured in G’s (the acceleration of gravity)… excessive G-forces can be experienced in steep turns or […]

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Lincolnshire Lancaster Day 02.10.2016 — andrewscottsite

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Not much you can say other than…amazing. Having attended a number of similar days in the past I knew the routine and the usual suspects from the Battle of Britain Memorial flight performed admirably in lovely clear blue skies. The star of the show, as expected, was our very own Lancaster Bomber PA474, or Thumper […]

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Smartphone use can hinder children’s reading skills

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The authors of the study of 8,000 children say long periods of unsupervised time using the internet, watching TV or playing computer games have a negative impact on students.

Children who have smartphones and spend long periods of time playing computer games are performing relatively poorly in reading and maths, new research shows.

The findings are contained in a study of 8,000 children in 150 primary schools across Ireland which assessed students’ reading and maths performance.

Overall, the study found that parents have a major impact on their children’s performance, with pupils performing better in homes where there are rules over completing homework.

Access to technology is not necessarily a negative factor. For example, children who have access to broadband and educational games perform better than those who do not…

http://www.irishtimes.com/news/education/smartphone-use-can-hinder-children-s-reading-skills-1.2809453

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