February 2015

Exhaust Updates

As it turns out, the overlap is missing, rotted away. The header pipe is missing about 4cm, and when trying to take the pipes of, they snapped off on top, while the brackets remained stuck. On the collector side another 4cm broke off as well, exactly where the header goes in. So much for fixing it, replacing is the only option now.

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GBC ThermaBind T500Pro

Binding doesn’t get any simpler! The T500PRO makes frequent and continuous binding simple and quick to do, with a speed of up to 1,000 binds per hour making it perfect for heavy duty usage. Bind up to A4 documents in 40-60 seconds depending on the spine width – the fast binding cycle commences immediately after the insertion of the document and you can bind up to 500 sheets of 80gsm paper using 50mm covers in one go saving valuable time and effort. The extra wide binding channel enables multiple binding of smaller documents whilst the independent cooling tray maximises productivity.

This attractive and ergonomic binding machine has digital electronic controls for ease of use and is supported by auto shut off after 45 minutes and PTC technology that ensures minimal power consumption making it great for the environmentally aware office. Weighing only 5.549kg and sized at 223 (H) x 506 (W) x 263 (D)mm, the machine can be easily stored and transported in any office.

Standard Thermal Binding Covers

Designed for the GBC ThermaBind system, Standard Thermal Binding Covers give a stylish ‘perfect bound’ look to documents. They combine a transparent PVC front to display the title page clearly and a white silk-finish back, forming a totally secure spine with permanently bound pages, and are available in a wide range of sizes to bind up to 440 sheets.

  • Feature a 150 micron, transparent PVC front cover for easy reading of the title page.
  • Come with a Silk White 240gsm back for extra rigidity.
  • Can be stored in conventional archiving folders using a GBC FileStrip (up to 8mm covers only).
  • Available in a wide range of sizes from 1.5mm up to 50mm so you can bind from 15 to 440 sheets.
  • Available in A4 and A5 sizes.

Binding doesn’t get any simpler! With the GBC ThermaBind™ system, you can achieve a perfect-bound ‘paperback book look’ in seconds to give your documents a truly professional, ‘published’ feel.

It’s a perfect example of a complicated professional bindery process made simple for the office user. The secret lies in the unique, pre-formed ThermaBind™ Covers which come loaded with a high contact adhesive strip. The glue penetrates firmly into the fibres of your sheets to form a totally secure ‘spine’, exactly like a paperback book. The spine is integrated into the cover itself to form one unique piece, making the process simple, clean and quick with no need for fiddly holes, tapes or fasteners. The profile of the glue strip is designed in a ‘U’ to ensure that the first and last pages are in contact with the adhesive for 100% page security, making ThermaBind™ ideal for legal, contractual and personnel documents.

Whatever the size of your document, just follow the easy, 3-step ThermaBind™ process to ensure the best results. Simply: 1. Collate all your pages and square them up carefully before inserting them into the correct capacity of ThermaBind™ Cover. 2. Place the collated pages and covers into the unit which must be at ‘ready’ temperature status. The exact duration of each bind will depend on the model of thermal binder used. 3. Wait for the binding process ‘completion signal’ then allow the bound document to cool to ensure maximum bond strength before use (approximately 30 seconds depending on the room temperature).

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Hexagram 37


Hexagram 37: dwelling people; R Wilhelm 37: the family; Hua-Ching Ni 37: family; HDS Gate 37: gate of friendship, the family; S. Reifler 37: the family; J Blofeld 37: the family; S Karcher 37: dwelling people; GeneKey 37: family alchemy



The Expander of Consciousness

Yang-Yin-Yang-Yin Gates: 37-Friendship, 63-Doubt, 22-Openness, 36-Crisis
Mind’s covenant, contract, basic agreement of life being in form.
Mitra is the other divinity associated with the Emotional Center. Here is where Mind learns through possibilities of feeling. Mitra’s questions represent deep concerns humans obsess about, boiling down to: “Will I get what I need?” Dramatic emotional reactions stemming from this uncertainty are the distortion here.
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The Six Mystical Ways

Among the many streams of the Bodygraph, the Mystical Circuit may be among the most magical and heretical. Spare yet highly mutative, this remarkable framework houses our complete mystical history and possible individual mystical and magical potentials.


Its four channels will be familiar to any student of the Bodygraph. However, the Way has an unusual construction, and this unique marriage of content and structure promises a particularly enthralling educational journey.

Together, we will travel its channels, gates, lines, keynotes, and pressures while also addressing the mystical stream as a powerful conditioning force. Since the mystical life of homo sapiens is currently undergoing transformation due to the mutation of the solar plexus, we will also consider the implications of this on the mystical trajectory and conditioning of each class member.

The Way itself will be illustrated with examples from the desert traditions of the Ancient Near East, the Tibetan court of King Trisong Detsen, Camelot/Avalon, and American Transcendentalism. With example chart interpretation, and question and answer periods.



The story of cult film director Alejandro Jodorowsky’s ambitious but ultimately doomed film adaptation of the seminal science fiction novel.

Director: Frank Pavich
Stars: Alejandro Jodorowsky, Amanda Lear, Brontis Jodorowsky, Chris Foss, Christian Vander, Dan O’Bannon, Devin Faraci, Diane O’Bannon, Drew McWeeny, Flor, Gary Kurtz, H.R. Giger, Jean-Paul Gibon, Jean-Pierre Vignau, Michel Seydoux, Nicolas Winding Refn, Richard Stanley

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.

2015 February 19

Palomar 12
Image Credit: ESA/Hubble, NASA

Explanation: Palomar 12 was not born here. The stars of the globular cluster, first identified in the Palomar Sky Survey, are younger than those in other globular star clusters that roam the halo of our Milky Way Galaxy. Palomar 12’s position in our galaxy and measured motion suggest its home was once the Sagittarius Dwarf Elliptical Galaxy, a small satellite of the Milky Way. Disrupted by gravitational tides during close encounters the satellite galaxy has lost its stars to the larger Milky Way. Now part of the Milky Way’s halo, the tidal capture of Palomar 12 likely took place some 1.7 billion years ago. Seen behind spiky foreground stars in the sharp Hubble image, Palomar 12 spans nearly 60 light-years. Still much closer than the faint, fuzzy, background galaxies scattered throughout the field of view, it lies about 60,000 light-years away, toward the constellation Capricornus.

Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (UMCP)
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A service of: ASD at NASA / GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.