The injuries caused by conducted energy weapons such as stun guns, shock batons, and cattle prods.
Disruption of structural continuity of the body as a result of the discharge of firearms.
The origin of life. It includes studies of the potential basis for life in organic compounds but excludes studies of the development of altered forms of life through mutation and natural selection, which is BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION.
Hostile conflict between organized groups of people.
Any of the ruminant mammals with curved horns in the genus Ovis, family Bovidae. They possess lachrymal grooves and interdigital glands, which are absent in GOATS.
An amphetamine derivative that inhibits uptake of catecholamine neurotransmitters. It is a hallucinogen. It is less toxic than its methylated derivative but in sufficient doses may still destroy serotonergic neurons and has been used for that purpose experimentally.
A central nervous system stimulant and sympathomimetic with actions and uses similar to DEXTROAMPHETAMINE. The smokable form is a drug of abuse and is referred to as crank, crystal, crystal meth, ice, and speed.
Diseases of domestic and mountain sheep of the genus Ovis.
Injuries caused by electric currents. The concept excludes electric burns (BURNS, ELECTRIC), but includes accidental electrocution and electric shock.
Agents of the law charged with the responsibility of maintaining and enforcing law and order among the citizenry.
A species of sheep, Ovis aries, descended from Near Eastern wild forms, especially mouflon.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Small-arms weapons, including handguns, pistols, revolvers, rifles, shotguns, etc.
The nettles plant family of the order Urticales, subclass Hamamelidae, class Magnoliopsida. Many have stinging hairs on stems and leaves. Flowers are small and greenish in leaf axils. The fruit is dry and one-seeded.
Persons including soldiers involved with the armed forces.
Warfare involving the use of living organisms or their products as disease etiologic agents against people, animals, or plants.
Weapons that are capable of a high order of destruction and/or of being used to destroy large numbers of people. It includes NUCLEAR WEAPONS, and biological, chemical, and radiation weapons.
A weapon that derives its destructive force from nuclear fission and/or fusion.
An interactive process whereby members of a community are concerned for the equality and rights of all.
An operating division of the US Department of Health and Human Services. It is concerned with the overall planning, promoting, and administering of programs pertaining to health and medical research. Until 1995, it was an agency of the United States PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE.
Critical and exhaustive investigation or experimentation, having for its aim the discovery of new facts and their correct interpretation, the revision of accepted conclusions, theories, or laws in the light of newly discovered facts, or the practical application of such new or revised conclusions, theories, or laws. (Webster, 3d ed)
A branch of law that defines criminal offenses, regulates the apprehension, charging and trial of suspected persons, and fixes the penalties and modes of treatment applicable to convicted offenders.
Organized efforts to insure obedience to the laws of a community.
A plant family of the order Eucommiales, subclass Hamamelidae, class Magnoliopsida (some botanists have classified this in the order Hamamelidales or Urticales). Eucomia is an elmlike tree of central and eastern China. Leaves are alternate; deciduous flowers are solitary and unisexual and lack petals and sepals. The male flowers have 6 to 10 stamens and female flowers have one ovary of two carpels, one of which aborts during development so the fruit (a dry, winged structure) contains only one seed. The latex is a source of RUBBER. Tochu tea is an aqueous extract of Eucommia ulmoides leaves and a popular beverage in Japan. (Mutat Res 1997 Jan 15;388(1):7-20).
The air-dried exudate from the unripe seed capsule of the opium poppy, Papaver somniferum, or its variant, P. album. It contains a number of alkaloids, but only a few - MORPHINE; CODEINE; and PAPAVERINE - have clinical significance. Opium has been used as an analgesic, antitussive, antidiarrheal, and antispasmodic.
Physicians who serve in a medical and administrative capacity as head of an organized medical staff and who also may serve as liaison for the medical staff with the administration and governing board.
The collection, preparation, and distribution of news and related commentary and feature materials through such media as pamphlets, newsletters, newspapers, magazines, radio, motion pictures, television, and books. While originally applied to the reportage of current events in printed form, specifically newspapers, with the advent of radio and television the use of the term has broadened to include all printed and electronic communication dealing with current affairs.
The attitude of a significant portion of a population toward any given proposition, based upon a measurable amount of factual evidence, and involving some degree of reflection, analysis, and reasoning.
The collection, writing, and editing of current interest material on topics related to biomedicine for presentation through the mass media, including newspapers, magazines, radio, or television, usually for a public audience such as health care consumers.
Publications printed and distributed daily, weekly, or at some other regular and usually short interval, containing news, articles of opinion (as editorials and letters), features, advertising, and announcements of current interest. (Webster's 3d ed)

Sudden cardiac arrest and death following application of shocks from a TASER electronic control device. (1/1)


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An LED control device for configuring a phase-cut dimming system includes an LED and a switch. The LED control device configures the conduction status of the switch so as to supply power to the LED according to an input signal. The LED control device further detects whether the input signal is phase-cut. When the input signal is phase-cut, the LED control device stores the signal values of the internal circuits. Afterward, when the input signal is not phase-cut, the LED control device restores the stored signal values so that the internal circuits may resume to the previous operation status rapidly.
TY - JOUR. T1 - Performance evaluation of excavator control device with EMG-based fatigue analysis. AU - Oh, Kyeong Won. AU - Kim, Dongnam. AU - Hong, Daehie. PY - 2014/2/1. Y1 - 2014/2/1. N2 - Among the many types of construction equipment, excavators have been widely used due to their versatility in various operations such as digging, crushing, and breaking, etc. In order to achieve more intuitive and intelligent control of the excavator, a new control device has recently been developed to replace the conventional joystick installed in excavators. This paper focuses on a performance evaluation method for this control device in order to determine its feasibility. The fatigue analysis method based on Electromyography (EMG) is utilized to evaluate the control performance of the devices with the assumption that fatigue can be the most critical criterion when determining an appropriate control device. Fatigue was determined by analyzing the EMG amplitude as well as the frequency spectrum. In order ...
The support includes a board having a plurality of parallel grooves on its upper surface and a bracket fixed along the groove for attachment of a movable control device and a pedal and the bracket is first attached to a desired position in the groove of the board, So that the control device and the pedal are fixedly positioned on the bracket so that other control devices can be attached. The groove of the board has a flange for supporting the attachment element of the bracket along the upper edge of the groove.
The control device is used to control delivery of fluids from a multi-fluid delivery system during a medical injection procedure. The fluid delivery system includes an injector used to deliver injection fluids to a patient. The control device is operatively associated with the injector for controlling discrete flow rates of injection fluids delivered to the patient. The control device includes a housing, first and second actuators associated with the housing, and an electronic substrate disposed within the housing and having a conductive pattern. The first actuator is operatively associated with the conductive pattern. The conductive pattern includes a plurality of predetermined digital values corresponding to discrete flow rates of injection fluids to be delivered by the injector. The second actuator is operatively associated with the electronic substrate and initiates output signals to the injector corresponding to desired mixture ratios of the injection fluids to be delivered by the injector.
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Yoesh: Yes Id had same experience in uk, at different locations too it seems. Both at night in bed, would like to know what it is. Suspect microwave weapon. Also had a dream based psychic type attack with hypnosis routines and domination of my will centre to convince myself I was strangling myself and helplessly dying under their control. I forced awake to see a pulsing light filling my dark bedroom (could have been my pulse super-racing in my eyeballs if it was not an energy weapon). Id have put it down to being a nightmare except for fact it took an intense hour to get my arms to move and then work with my will again. and the top part of my head was an energetic mess... never had sleep paralysis in that way. The top 2 inches of my brain were fried for two weeks and I got much worse symptoms with it every time I tried to look at disclosure info - like Id been programmed not to by the attack. Only cleared up after two weeks when I saw a healer who said my head chakras were extremely painful ...
By Darrell L. Ross, Ph.D. The use of the TASER , conducted energy weapons (CEWs) has increased in popularity among law enforcement and correctional
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A vibration control device 1 in accordance with the present invention is provided with a liquid lever mechanism 4 which has an action member 5, a liquid chamber 6 and a driving plate 7, and is used for enlarging a displacement, a piezo-actuator 2 which can be displaced in a direction so as to change the volume of the liquid chamber 6, and a rubber vibration isolator 3 which is placed between the liquid lever mechanism 4 and the piezo-actuator 2 in series therewith. This vibration control device 1 has a low natural frequency so that it has a superior passive vibration-blocking performance at high-frequency bands, while maintaining a superior active vibration-blocking performance at low-frequency bands, and also makes it possible to achieve a small size.
A fluid control device (10) for use with a syringe and at least one medicinal vessel (28). The fluid control device includes a first port (13), a second port (12) for receiving the syringe, a third port (17) including an adaptor (20) having a fluid conduit member (24) extending into the interior of the medicinal vessel (28) when attached thereto and a flow control member (20′) selectively disposable from a first flow control position enabling a flow path between a first pair of two ports (12, 17) and second flow control position enabling a flow path between a second pair of two ports (12, 13). The flow control member (20′) is coupled to one, of the ports for manipulation between its flow control positions.
0016] A second aspect of the present invention provides a control device of an inverted pendulum type mobile apparatus having a travelling motion unit capable of moving on a floor surface, an actuator which drives the travelling motion unit, a base body mounted with the travelling motion unit and the actuator, and a payload supporting part for a user fixed to the base body so as to be tiltable with respect to the perpendicular direction. The control device of an inverted pendulum type mobile apparatus of the second aspect of the present invention comprises: a reclination detector configured to detect a reclining state where the user has the body thereof supported by the base body with a foot thereof standing on the floor when the mobile apparatus is in halt; a tilt angle measuring element configured to generate an output according to an actual tilt angle of the base body; and a travelling motion unit controller configured to determine a manipulated variable for control which is configured to ...
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A pressure control device for a vehicle comprises an electronic control unit and a valve device for controllably connecting a compression ch
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Disclosed is an electronic control apparatus comprises: a PCB configured to electrically control each part of the vehicle and have at least one through-hole in a side; a connector cover includes a con
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A building automation system (BAS) architecture is disclosed. The BAS comprises, in one embodiment, an architecture comprising a communication network and having a dynamic extensibility capability and an automatic configuration capability; an engine communicatively coupled to the communication network; and at least one control device communicatively coupled to the communication network, the control device being known or unknown to the engine. The engine can be adapted to selectively implement the dynamic extensibility capability to establish communications with and to control both known and unknown control devices. The engine can be further adapted to selectively implement the automatic configuration capability to determine at least one characteristic of both known and unknown control devices. A method of adding a control device to a building automation system (BAS) by dynamically extending and automatically configuring an architecture of the BAS is also disclosed.
They use Echelon, Tempest, microchips, implants, see through wall radar, obtain informants, neighbors, and co-conspirators to harass, discredit, and harm an individual. Victims loose their families, jobs, homes, and cars. Ultimate goal to destroy a persons life which will isolate them from family, friends. The isolation is needed to have access to the person to conduct many of the experiments on them. The second phase is the assaults of Directed Energy Weapons. After a victim becomes isolated from everyone in the world. The victim now having feelings of regret, remorse, of loss, trauma, and are drained and broken emotionally and physically. During this time many have been implanted with microchips. Many begin experiencing extreme pain to their head. Some hear voices. Then pain is delivered to various other parts of their bodies.. The pain is delivered by Directed Energy Weapons. Directed Energy Weapons. Some of the weapons were known as non-lethal weapons. They use such weapons as extremely low ...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- TASER International, Inc. (Nasdaq: TASR), a market leader in advanced electronic control devices announced today that it received
A review of case reports published April 30 in the journal Circulation indicates that being shocked in the chest with an electronic control device or stun
MARDELA SPRINGS, Md. - Three children were beaten, forced to eat dog feces and locked in the closets of a Maryland home for months, Maryland State Police said.. The children - ages 8, 9 and 10 -- were assaulted with an electronic control device and beaten by two women using belts and extension cords, police said.. Amanda R. Wright, 29, and her girlfriend, Besline Joseph, 25 were arrested Wednesday at their home in Mardela Springs, Maryland, and charged with multiple counts of child abuse.. Investigators said the women mostly kept the children confined to closets or the basement of their home. They also threatened the children with death if they told anyone about the abuse, police said.. Police were led to the home by a tip of suspected child abuse.. The children, who had bloody noses, bruises and cuts when officers found them, had been eating a diet of bread, oatmeal and water for at least six months, police said.. Both women are facing at least four counts of child abuse and two assault ...
An emergency breathing device including a hood having use and storage configurations, which when compactly wrapped proximate to an oxygen control device for storage is recoverable for use. In use configuration, the hood is capable of being worn upon a users head, which substantially surrounds the users head. Hood surface beneath the users head includes an opening lined with elastic material, which forms a seal about the users neck at the opening when the hood is donned. An oxygen control device connected to a hood includes a valve body, an actuator, and an oxygen bottle. The valve body provides airflow communication with the interior of the hood, and the oxygen control device is connected to a plumbed breathable oxygen supply through a plumbed source disconnect means removably connected to the valve body. When connected, the oxygen control device permits airflow from the plumbed breathable oxygen supply and valve body to the interior of the hood. A cam within the valve body rotates with the
A disclosed marking control device controls a marking device to mark a target image on a thermoreversible recording medium by applying a laser beam includes a marking position determination unit dividing the image into plural marking lines, and determining their marking positions; a marking order determination unit determining a marking order to mark the marking lines in mutually opposite directions; an adjusting unit adjusting a distance between a first ending point and a second starting point to be longer than a distance between a first starting point and a second ending point, or adjusting laser power applied to a second starting point side of the second marking line to be lower than the laser power applied to a second ending point side of the second marking line; and a marking instruction generator unit generating marking instructions including the marking positions of the marking lines and the marking order thereof.
An improved emission control device of the type comprising a substrate contained within a metallic housing. The substrate is positioned within the housing and in use a gas is directed through the substrate by a gasket. The improvement provides several embodiments for reduced frequency of substrate failure and reduced wear on the gasket in use.
A control device of a motor used in, for example, electric power steering control of a vehicle has to monitor the operation thereof to execute such a processing as stopping the control without delay upon detection of error. However, conventional monitoring devices have a disadvantage of taking a long time period the detection or not being able to detect an error of no output. A three-phase inverter circuit 52 having a substantially constant operation period is employed. The inverter 52 outputs an output waveform also at the moment of not driving the motor 2. An inverter period monitoring circuit 555 is provided to monitor a period of the output waveform. When the period comes to be too large or too small as compared with a carrier period of the inverter, an alarm is outputted, and control of the inverter is stopped.
Several lawsuits have been filed recently that allege permanent or semi-permanent birth control devices are causing medical problems among women who have had them implanted. A recen...
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A control device for footwear, such as an athletic shoe, including a body having a base with relatively flat upper and lower surfaces and a wall extending upwardly around a heel portion to extend along both a medial and lateral portion to an end. The body is formed of plastic to be yieldable, but relatively sturdy for support of the foot in a neutral plane and control roll of the foot during a running cycle.
An exposure control device for flash photography having a first program mode wherein an exposure time is fixed at the flash synchronizable shutter speed and a diaphragm aperture value is changed at a high brightness region according to the brightness of an object to be photographed, and a second program mode or flash photography wherein the diaphragm aperture value and the exposure time within a flash synchronizable shutter speed are changed within a wide range of the brightness of the object to be photographed, and a combination of the diaphragm aperture value and the exposure time gives an exposure predetermined by taking the flash light emission into consideration. The exposure control unit is capable of carrying out the exposure control in the first or second program mode selected by a manually operated mode selecting unit.
0035]Corresponding to another advantageous embodiment, provisions may be made for the control device 4 to prompt the driver of the vehicle 1 via the operating means 5 in case of an interim stop to continue to permit, i.e., release the present normal operation of the fuel cell system 2, or to start the switch-off procedure or a shortened switch-off procedure. Via the operating means 5, the control device 4 can likewise permit the selection of bringing the fuel cell system 2 into the standby mode or to continue to operate it in said standby mode. The particular polling may be triggered, for example, by the actuation of a switching means 9. This is an ignition lock of the vehicle 1 in the simplest case. The switching means 9 is thus connected to the internal combustion engine 3 or to a corresponding engine control device in every case. In addition, the switching means 9 is connected here to the control device 4, to the operating means 5 and here also to the navigation means 6. The switching off of ...
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Thank you Anthony Patch. 2016 Live RichieFromBoston Lissa -- Theyre altering our realties with electromagnetics, magnetic, super conduction power. Its how theyre controlling humanity with an earth cataclysm at the doorsteps (pole-shift/space debris/Noahs flood). Theyve got all of us on a super computer--we are individual nodes/avatars: those involved DWAVE, LOCKHEED, CERN (Google/Facebook/NASA CIA NSA…
Im writing this article because I only recently came to fully understand the purpose behind Nano particles and Smart Dust being absorbed by all of us via inhalation of chemtrail fallout and from contaminated grocery store food (including organically grown food) where the crops pick up and absorb the same Nano particles and Smart Dust that we are breathing in. In addition, food sources are intentionally being sprayed with Nano technology.
demolished.. Very, very, very likely. See, for example, 2. The demolition was accomplished using conventional explosives, thermite or thermate.. Very likely. Personally, I think Steve Jones and others at STJ911 have done some convincing work.. 3. The demolition was accomplished using directed energy weapons.. Very unlikely. I read Dr. Wood and Morgan Reynolds papers. Ive read the papers at the Journal for 9/11 Studies. I think the papers at the Journal for 9/11 Studies refute the factual claims in the first set of papers.. THAT IS NOT TO SAY that I dont believe that directed energy weapons may exist. Former secretary of defense Cohen has said on the record that weather-modification and earthquake-producing technology exists. See (I used to have the original DoD link, but cant locate it right now) . And I think Tesla made a lot of discoveries. So, Im not in any ...
An optical cursor control device, for example, an optical mouse, is adapted to use its array sensor to capture image intensity data associated with barcodes. The image intensity data and associated x-y position data is processed to recreate the barcode image and then is decoded to deliver data to a process running on an associated computer. An apparatus and method are disclosed as well as alternatives to reduce the amount of data sent between the cursor control device and the computer.
An ergonomic mouse-like cursor control device is disclosed that does not assume any specific posture of hand and fingers. The device provides for freedom of hands movements rather than supports the h
A plan, subject to the approval of the Air Pollution Control Officer which will cause the equipment or source generating the emissions to be taken out of service during a natural gas shortage or curtailment, until approved fuel is restored to the Air Pollution Control Device; or ... Electromagnetic (radiation) weapons are a type of directed energy weapons which use electromagnetic radiation to deliver heat, mechanical, or electrical energy to a target to cause various, sometimes very subtle, effects. They can be used against humans, electronic equipment, and military targets generally, depending on the technology.. Electromagnetic radiation weapons are a type of directed energy weapons which use electromagnetic radiation to deliver heat, mechanical, or electrical energy to a target to cause various, sometimes very subtle, effects. They can be used against humans, electronic equipment, and military targets generally, depending on the technology. Now, there are electron amnesia beams and magnetophosphene guns that make you see stars; hand-held VLF (20-35KHz) infrasound generators that trigger nausea, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. Brilliant Eyes surveillance satellites are equipped with multispectral scanners, ...
Contemporary cybernetics began as an interdisciplinary study connecting the fields of control systems, electrical network theory, mechanical engineering, logic modeling, evolutionary biology and neuroscience in the 1940s; the ideas are also related to the biological work of Ludwig von Bertalanffy in General Systems Theory. Electronic control systems originated with the 1927 work of Bell Telephone Laboratories engineer Harold S. Black on using negative feedback to control amplifiers.. Early applications of negative feedback in electronic circuits included the control of gun mounts and radar antenna during World War II. The founder of System Dynamics, Jay Forrester, worked with Gordon S. Brown during WWII as a graduate student at the Servomechanisms Laboratory at MIT to develop electronic control systems for the U.S. Navy. Forrester later applied these ideas to social organizations, such as corporations and cities and became an original organizer of the MIT School of Industrial Management at the ...
By Pilar Alcazar A Cell is like a Mall The cell membrane in a cell is like the theft control devices at the mall because the cell membrane prevents certain things from entering and exiting, while the theft control devices prevent certain items from leaving. The nucleus is like the mall management office because mall management controls the mall and stores files, while the nucleus controls the cell and stores plans for DNA. The cytoplasm is like the people in the mall because cytoplasm fills the cell like how people fill a mall. The ribosomes are like the ...
A pressure-sensitive control device for a simulated vehicle in a video game or simulator. In the preferred embodiment a brake pedal control device is implemented having a strain gauge which senses the strain in the material of the brake pedal. This strain is amplified by a differential amplifier having a self-adjusting input circuit with a long time constant which causes any variations in the input voltage not due to changing strain on the brake pedal to be applied to both inputs of a differential amplifier in common mode, thereby cancelling the effect thereof. Only voltage differences resulting from variations in the strain on the brake pedal are amplified by the differential amplifier and output for use by the video game or simulator.
July 26, 2007 - St. Jude Medical Inc. announced that the FDA has granted clearance for the 7F Proxis Embolic Protection System, a system designed to extract debris that may become dislodged when an intervention, such as delivering a stent, is performed on patients who have previously undergone a heart bypass procedure using a saphenous vein graft (SVG). The Proxis Embolic Protection System provides protection proximally, or upstream, from an SVG blockage. As stenting may dislodge debris that flows downstream, thus increasing the risk of heart attack, stroke or other complications, the embolic protection system is engineered to extract dislodged debris. Additionally, the Proxis Embolic Protection System allows cardiologists to remove dislodged debris floating in the bloodstream ...
Microwave burns are burn injuries caused by thermal effects of microwave radiation absorbed in a living organism. In comparison with radiation burns caused by ionizing radiation, where the dominant mechanism of tissue damage is internal cell damage caused by free radicals, the primary damage mechanism of microwave radiation is thermal, by dielectric heating. Microwave damage can manifest with a delay; pain and/or signs of skin damage can show some time after microwave exposure. The depth of penetration depends on the frequency of the microwaves and the tissue type. The Active Denial System (pain ray) is a less-lethal directed energy weapon that employs a microwave beam at 95 GHz; a two-second burst of the 95 GHz focused beam heats the skin to a temperature of 130 °F (54 °C) at a depth of 1/64th of an inch (0.4 mm) and is claimed to cause skin pain without lasting damage. Conversely, lower frequencies penetrate deeper; at 5.8 GHz the depth most of the energy is dissipated in the first ...
Sabersonic: As Ive recently been finding out, directed energy weapons also have various and complex ways to damage a target other than direct heating. As a material heats, its vapor pressure increases - this is the pressure developed as the surface evaporates. When the vapor pressure exceeds the ambient pressure, you can get significant wind velocities as the jet of evaporate rockets away from the surface. This has many consequences. For one, like a rocket, in imparts a reaction force on the illuminated material. If the reaction force is high enough, the material can break, resulting in the laser blasting off a disk that flies inward (or at least tangential to the surface, away from the direction of laser radiation. The disk may also fragment in the process). Further, a jet can cause any melted zone to break up into droplets, which are then carried away by the jet. The jet and droplets can erode more material as they shoot out of the hole. Also, if the vapor pressure exceeds the yield ...
SUMMARY / COMMENTS: Ottawa police to get more 1000 more tasers on a two-year trial period. The Ottawa Police Services Board unanimously approved the expanded rollout and purchase of additional Conducted Energy Weapons (CEWs), also referred to as Tasers, to front-line patrol officers during a two-year study. Included will be the development a policy that will include training […]. ...
STMicroelectronics offers an AEC-qualified integrated chipset for the ECU (Electronic Control Unit) up to 48V electric BLDC traction motors. The key building blocks of STs proposal are an SPC5 32-bit automotive MCU based on the Power Architecture family, an L9907 BLDC pre-driver and 100V MOSFETs for the bridge-inverter implementation.. L9907 is a smart power device realized in STs advanced BCD-6s technology. It is able to drive all PowerMOS transistors for 3-phase BLDC motor applications.. The circuit is suitable to operate in environments with high supply voltage such as double battery. Supply related pins are capable of withstanding up to 90V.. Moreover, the device is able to control the six pre-driver channels independently. In this way it is possible to implement all kinds of electric motor control strategy.. The integrated boost regulator provides sufficient gate charge for all PowerMOS down to a battery voltage of 6V. All pre-drivers have dedicated connections with the MOSFET sources. ...
The optical device comprises at least two optical elements (M1, M2 ; L1, L2, L3 ; L1, M2) which are of variable focal length and include multilayer structures, at least one source of voltage (47) for the multilayer structures and electronic control means for controlling the voltage applied to the respective multilayer structures of the optical elements of variable focal length as a function of the magnification desired for the optical device.
Leardon Solutions designed, prototyped, and qualified the Nutreve 3500 low level laser therapy consumer product. This product includes a light-emitting laser diode electronic control system with 35 650nm diodes controlled to maintain under 5mW power output each. This system, used in the Nutreve 3500 laser hair therapy consumer product, is driven from either AC power or a Li Ion battery and has forced-air cooling to prevent diode overheating conditions. The user interface includes power on/off, play/pause, and a 15 minute countdown timer with visual display.. ...
CLC Concept Type II Mini Wireless Controlled Electronic Helicopter is an up-to-date high-tech product. It consists of three major sections: helicopter mechanical structure (including fuselage, main rotor), electronic control equipment (including battery, electronic mixed controller, and gyroscope), and remote control unit (including remote transmitter, receiver, and servo). It can simulate most flying attitudes of modem helicopter, such as hanging in the air, rolling, yawing, and moving forwars and backward. It offers unimaginable flying performance and flying performance and flying time period to help you make your flying dream come true. At the same time, it is compact, and easy to operate. In particular, its unique framework structure with high strength offers high crash-resistance beyond comparison of any other model helicopter, cutting your flying cost considerably. This device uses 9.6V rechargable Ni-MHbattery for power supply. The wingspan of main rotor is 510mm, the length of fuselage ...
This report is a revision and update of CIE 115-1995 Recommendations for the Lighting of Roads for Motor and Pedestrian Traffic. Since it was issued in 1995 power consumption and environmental aspects have become more important and at the same time, the improved performance of luminaires and lamps, and especially the introduction of electronic control gear, has made it possible to introduce adaptive lighting for roads for motorised traffic, conflict areas and areas for pedestrians. A structured model has been developed for the selection of the appropriate lighting classes (M, C, or P), based on the luminance or illuminance concept, taking into account the different parameters relevant for the given visual tasks. Applying for example time dependent variables like traffic volume or weather conditions, the model offers the possibility to use adaptive lighting systems.. The publication replaces CIE 115-1995 Recommendations for the Lighting of Roads for Motor and Pedestrian Traffic.. The ...
In Fuel Injection Simplified, Part 1, we explored the purpose and benefits of modern fuel injection. In this article, well identify fuel injection system parts. The heart of the modern fuel injection system is the electronic control unit (sometimes called engine control module), a computer better known as the ECU (or ECM). The ECU is essentially a box of stored maps, that is, programmed-in, three-dimensional records of the engines fuel and ignition requirements for several sets of anticipated conditions. The ECU has the job of taking inputs from around the vehicle and matching up the resulting overall picture with one of its built-in maps. The ECU gets the necessary inputs from sensors. Sensors are the most plentiful parts in the fuel injection system; they are its nerve endings, so to speak. All sensors convert the physical conditions of pressures, temperatures, throttle opening and gear position into electrical references. The pressure and temperature sensors do this by accepting a small ...
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In the present paper some results of investigations of nanoparticles from five DI gasoline cars are represented. The measurements were performed at vehicle tailpipe and in CVS-tunnel. Moreover, five variants of vehicle - GPF were investigated. These results originate from the project GasOMeP (Gasoline Organic & Metal Particulates), which focused on metal-nanoparticles (including sub 20nm) from gasoline cars with different engine technologies. The PN-emission level of the investigated GDI cars in WLTC without GPF is in the same range of magnitude very near to the actual limit value of 6.0 × 1012 #/km. With the GPFs with better filtration quality, it is possible to lower the emissions below the future limit value of 6.0 × 1011 #/km. There is no visible nuclei mode and the ultrafine particle concentrations below 10mm are insignificant. Some of the vehicles show at constant speed operation a periodical fluctuation of the NP-emissions, as an effect of the electronic control ...
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Not only can RNA be used on a unitary basis to direct cellular actions, it can also be used as a component in constructing gene networks that serve as sophisticated molecular control devices like switches and circuits. Christina Smolke (Stanford) presented research using RNA to build synthetic controllers, for example a ribozyme-based device that can be used to detect metabolites non-invasively, a ribosome binding site-based device that can degrade harmful chemicals into neutral products, and a splicing-based device that can be used to target cell death [3]. A potential application was discussed using a synthetic RNA device to regulate cell signaling and T-cell proliferation in mammalian cells [4]. Alan Arkin (UC Berkeley and LBNL) suggested desirable ways to increase the complexity of synthetically generated devices, for example, assembling complexity from the constituent properties of the materials that is modular or context-free in deployment, and by having diverse RNA control elements on a ...
In pre-clinical safety studies, drug-induced vascular injury (DIVI) is defined as an adverse response to a drug characterized by degenerative and hyperplastic changes of endothelial cells and vascular smooth muscle cells. Inflammation may also be seen, along with extravasation of red blood cells into the smooth muscle layer (i.e., hemorrhage). Drugs that cause DIVI are often discontinued from development after considerable cost has occurred. An in vitro vascular model has been developed using endothelial and smooth muscle cells in co-culture across a porous membrane mimicking the internal elastic lamina. Arterial flow rates of perfusion media within the endothelial chamber of the model induce physiologic endothelial cell alignment. Pilot testing with a drug known to cause DIVI induced extravasation of red blood cells into the smooth muscle layer in all devices with no extravasation seen in control devices. This engineered vascular model offers the potential to evaluate candidate drugs for DIVI early in
The study is a prospective, multi-center, historical-controlled clinical evaluation of the Trident® X3 Polyethylene insert. The device is commercially available in the United States where the study is being conducted. The study device, the Stryker Orthopaedics Trident® X3 polyethylene insert, is used for the replacement of the bearing surface of the acetabulum to relieve pain, instability, and the restriction of motion due to degenerative bone disease, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, trauma, or failure of other devices. The control device, the Stryker Orthopaedics N2VAC polyethylene insert, is also used for the replacement of the bearing surface of the acetabulum to relieve pain, instability, and the restriction of motion due to degenerative bone disease, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, trauma, or failure of other devices ...
A Maine woman sued a health center and a birth control devices manufacturer after the device failed and she became pregnant. A Maine Supreme Judicial Court ruled last week that the woman, Kayla Doherty, could not claim damages. According to reports, Doherty visited a health center supported by federal funds in 2012
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08 blood-alcohol level two hours after the Sept. 23, 2011, wreck.. The prosecutor said Ms. Pippins 13-year-old daughter suffered injuries to her clavicle and finger as well as cuts from broken glass. Her three-year-old son had injuries from being thrown against his seat belt.. Ms. Pippin died after being taken to a hospital.. Guin was indicted for vehicular homicide by intoxication, vehicular assault, reckless endangerment, unlawful use of hand-held telephone while driving, violation of traffic control device and driving under influence (2nd Offense). Ms. Pippin was an employee at McKee Foods for more than 19 years. She was a 1990 graduate of Hixson High School and was a member of Hamilton Community Church, SDA. Guin, who was also injured in the wreck and now walks with a limp, was previously on house arrest. However, he was taken back to jail over the weekend after authorities said he violated terms of the home confinement. ...
A Particle Number (PN) limit for Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) vehicles was introduced in Europe from September 2014 (Euro 6b). In addition, further certification to Real Driving Emissions (RDE) is planned [1] [2], which requires low and stable emissions in a wide range of engine operation, which must be durable for at least 160,000 km. To achieve such stringent targets, a ceramic wall-flow Gasoline Particulate Filter (GPF) is one potential emission control device. This paper focuses on a catalyzed GPF, combining particle trapping and catalytic conversion into a single device. The main parameters to be considered when introducing this technology are filtration efficiency, pressure drop and catalytic conversion. This paper portrays a detailed study starting from the choice of material recipe, design optimization, engine bench evaluation, and final validation inside a standard vehicle from the market during an extensive field test up to 160,000 km on public roads ...
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... conducted An Independent Review of the Adoption and Use of Conducted Energy Weapons by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police that ... since the possibility of serious injury or death exists whenever the weapon is deployed. It is a brand of conducted ... "immediately restrict the use of the conducted energy weapon (CEW)" by reclassifying it as an "impact weapon." The commission ... The Report reviews how the RCMP made the decisions to introduce the conducted energy weapons, training, policies and procedures ...
All existing nuclear weapons derive some of their explosive energy from nuclear fission reactions. Weapons whose explosive ... and India-have conducted thermonuclear weapon tests. Whether India has detonated a "true" multi-staged thermonuclear weapon is ... These bombings caused injuries that resulted in the deaths of approximately 200,000 civilians and military personnel. The ... Weapons designed to threaten large populations or to deter attacks are known as strategic weapons. Nuclear weapons for use on a ...
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Because the Atomic Energy Act of 1946 prohibited sharing information on nuclear weapon design, a method known as "negative ... The French military conducted almost 200 nuclear tests at Mururoa and Fangataufa atolls over a thirty-year period ending in ... In both Algeria and French Polynesia there have been long standing demands for compensation from those who claim injury from ... "Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD): Nuclear Weapons". Origin of the Force de Frappe (Nuclear Weapon Archive ...
Damage due to current is through tissue heating and/or electroporation injury. For most cases of high-energy electrical trauma ... Electroshock weapons are incapacitant weapons used for subduing a person by administering electric shock to disrupt superficial ... Animal experiments conducted during this time suggested that alternating current was about twice as dangerous as direct current ... Electrical injury is a physiological reaction caused by electric current passing through the body. The injury depends on the ...
Accounting for all types of nuclear tests, official counts show that the United States has conducted 1,054 nuclear weapons ... nuclear weapons, nuclear power, nuclear waste and geothermal energy.[3] In regions near U.S. nuclear sites, downwinders may be ... A consolidated lawsuit brought by two thousand Hanford downwinders for personal injury against the contractors that ran Hanford ... Nuclear weapons testing#Nuclear testing by country *^ "Gallery of U.S. Nuclear Tests". The Nuclear Weapon Archive. 2001. ...
Tasers A TASER conducted energy weapon (CEW) is a handheld weapon that fires two small dart-like electrodes which remain ... injuries or death. The current X26 model automatically stops five seconds after the trigger is depressed and then the trigger ... The report is called An Independent Review of the Adoption and Use of Conducted Energy Weapons by the Royal Canadian Mounted ... Kiedrowski Report[dead link] "An Independent Review of the Adoption and Use of Conducted Energy Weapons by the Royal Canadian ...
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Then, if a hard link fails in a manner that transfers or releases energy, energy can't be transferred into other weapon systems ... Those who remained worked on levitated and hollow pits and conducted weapon effects tests such as Crossroads Able and Baker at ... Radiation injuries to Marshall Islanders and Japanese fishermen made that fact public and revealed the role of fission in ... In a two-stage thermonuclear weapon the energy from the primary impacts the secondary. An essential energy transfer modulator ...
Its equipment and weapons are then at the forefront of military technology. In 1919, the fort was occupied by the French army. ... Its water tank could hold 600 m and it had 3 diesel engines of 20HP each, to provide the energy needed for its operation. The ... On September 26, bombers of the 19th Tactical Air Force conduct an air strike on the forts of Metz, dropping bombs of 500 kg ... But the first three rounds are fired too short, making several deaths and injuries among his own ranks, and the following ...
The NIOSH Occupational Energy Research Program's mission is to conduct relevant, unbiased research to identify and quantify ... facility or a facility that contracted with DOE to produce nuclear weapons or components, known as Atomic Weapons Employers ( ... to contribute scientific information for the prevention of occupational injury and illness; and to adhere to the highest ... When conducted properly, dose reconstruction is a scientifically valid process for estimating radiation dose received by an ...
Due to severe injury, he was grafted with cybernetic implants by doctors on the Kyln, where he was sentenced. The eye implant ... Ship is a sentient energy form. She most often exists in the form of a starship but can alter her structure at will. She can ... Star-Lord's chosen weapons are two Kree sub-machine guns with various types of ammunition, including explosives. After escaping ... Quill is outraged, and NASA orders his return to Earth and discharge for his conduct. Instead, he steals a scout ship, returns ...
Environmental cleanup has been an ongoing issue for the Department of Energy in Oak Ridge. The Y-12 plant was listed as an EPA ... In the years after World War II, it has been operated as a manufacturing facility for nuclear weapons components and related ... "Type A Accident Investigation of the December 8, 1999, Multiple Injury Accident Resulting from the Sodium-Potassium Explosion ... conducted a Christian peace ritual before they were stopped by a lone guard. The security breach prompted private experts to ...
... to cause injury or death, places any biological agent or toxin as a weapon near the facilities of a railroad in order to derail ... of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 (42 U.S.C. § 2284); and 49 U.S.C. § 46502 (source: 18 U.S.C. § 2339) 18 U.S.C. § 2339(a) 18 U. ... conducting a damage assessment, and restoring the data, program, system, or information to its condition prior to the offense, ... 18 U.S.C. § 175 was amended to define the use of a biological agent, toxin, or delivery system as a weapon, other than when it ...
The tests conducted by MSNBC were the same type of tests used by U.N. weapons inspectors. U.S. officials said that they planned ... No injuries are reported. An Iraqi suicide bomber, driving a taxi, kills four U.S. soldiers in an attack. U.S. forces kill ... The International Atomic Energy Agency's chief, Mohamed ElBaradei, reiterates a statement he made on March 31 that only the ... biological and nuclear weapons site. U.N. weapons inspectors visited the plant at least nine times, including as recently as ...
A study conducted in 1996 was conducted to see how far the radioactive effects were felt across eastern Europe. Lake ... A preliminary assessment of major energy accidents, 1907-2007, Energy Policy 36 (2008), pp. 1802-1820. M.R.StJ. Foreman, ... The two weapons killed approximately 120,000 to 140,000 civilians and military personnel instantly and thousands more have died ... 5 fatalities, 13 injuries. March 1984: Radiation accident in Morocco, eight fatalities from overexposure to radiation from a ...
His primary weapons are a pair of collapsible steel tonfas which have several hidden compartments containing chains and ... Hibari possesses strong amounts of wave energy, so much so that when his future self uses normal rings, they shatter shortly ... In an annual survey conducted by Japanese music distributor Recochoku, Hibari has been named the number one anime character ... dealing a critical blow before collapsing due to his previous injuries. Iemitsu Sawada later chooses Hibari to be the holder of ...
... the Health and Environmental Effects of Nuclear Weapons Production and Testing and worked with the Institute for Energy and ... They organized a team to conduct meticulous scientific research based on data collected by Japanese colleagues who had studied ... and radiation injuries. The doctors sounded a medical warning to humanity: that nuclear war would be the final epidemic; that ... IPPNW launched the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) in 2007, and is now the lead medical NGO ...
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... conclude that he could use the entire globe of the Earth to conduct electrical energy. During his time at his laboratory, Tesla ... Tesla described it as a defensive weapon that would be put up along the border of a country and be used against attacking ... The full extent of his injuries was never known; Tesla refused to consult a doctor, an almost lifelong custom, and never fully ... he was on the verge of producing proof of a new form of energy. He claimed it was a theory of energy that was "violently ...
They listed weapons of mass destruction, or weapons with indiscriminate effect, or of a nature to cause superfluous injury or ... of Energy Handbook, "Primer on Spontaneous Heating and Pyrophoricity" Archived 3 March 2016 at the Wayback Machine., Chapter " ... Authorities conducted an epidemiological study in 2000 of those believed to be affected by the accident. The study concluded ... Nuclear weapons[edit]. Main article: Nuclear weapons design. Depleted uranium can be used as a tamper, or neutron reflector, in ...
This weapon, the Bordkanone BK 7,5, was the most powerful forward-firing weapon fitted to a production military aircraft during ... However, even a near miss with rockets could cause damage or injuries to "soft targets" and patrols by Allied rocket-armed ... "energy fighter": ideal for high-speed dive-and-climb tactics, including strafing attacks. Its armament of eight 0.50 caliber ... of low intensity conflicts in the post-World War II era has also expanded need for these types of aircraft to conduct counter- ...
... killing them in the process and deriving enormous magical energy. Moreover, the mages themselves can deliver the energy to any ... This method is fast, but can produce inferior goods if not conducted with skill and effort. By artisans, who work by hand and ... A variant on this technique is also used by medical mages, who can slow down people suffering from serious injury in order to ... The project included over a hundred mages working on a secret project for Kuusamo to create a new magical weapon. Due to the ...
In Texas there is energy for and against new bathroom bills by various groups of Christians.[102] ... this is reinforced by the architectural design and heteronormative gendered codes of conduct that are still present within the ... "How The Religious Right Learned To Use Bathrooms As A Weapon Against Justice". Think Progress. Retrieved October 24, 2016 ... Toilet-related injuries and deaths. *Toilet training. *Toilet Twinning. *Unisex public. *Vacuum truck ...
Kucinich opposed a planned regional radioactive waste dump, and has long advocated renewable energy and efficient energy use.[ ... "Bashar-al Assad tells Dennis Kucinich that jihadists used chemical weapons in Syria (video)". Retrieved 2018-02- ... he sued a Capitol Hill cafeteria for damages after a 2008 incident in which he claimed to have suffered a severe injury when he ... "I believe the Vice President's conduct of office has been destructive to the founding purposes of our nation. Today, I have ...
... the first ionisation energies and atomisation energies of the alkali metals. Because the first ionisation energy of the alkali ... Experiments are usually conducted using only small quantities of a few grams in a fume hood. Small quantities of lithium may be ... This led to four deaths and serious injuries from radiation exposure. Together with caesium-134, iodine-131, and strontium-90, ... Small amounts of caesium-134 and caesium-137 were released into the environment during nearly all nuclear weapon tests and some ...
Baez asked an FBI analyst about the paternity test the FBI conducted to see if Lee was Caylee's father. She told the jury the ... "We know by our observations that it's a red flag when a child has not been reported to authorities with injury, there's foul ... "Casey Anthony prosecutor says duct tape "murder weapon"", Reuters, June 10, 2011. ... energy and manpower looking for Caylee Marie Anthony. This search went on from July through December, over several months, ...
Monster Energy Outbreak Tour 2012 (November 16 - December 16, 2012). References. *^ Suicide Silence signs with Nuclear Blast ... During Music as a Weapon as well as the band's Cleansing the Nation tour, they began to perform the songs "No Time to Bleed", " ... It was announced by Orange County Coroners Office that he had suffered severe injuries incurred from a motorcycle accident. One ... The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza and Conducting from the Grave.[26] ...
The NIH conducts its own scientific research through its Intramural Research Program (IRP) and provides major biomedical ... Energy. *Office of Science (DOE SC). *Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) ... Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake (NAWS). *Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). *Marine Corps Combat Development Command (MCCDC) ... National Center for Injury Prevention and Control. *Food and Drug Administration. *Health Resources and Services Administration ...
A study conducted in 1996 was conducted to see how far the radioactive effects were felt across eastern Europe. Lake ... Energy Policy. p. 6.. [dead link] *^ Hugh Gusterson (16 March 2011). "The lessons of Fukushima". Bulletin of the Atomic ... "The Nuclear Weapon Archive. 6 August 2001.. *^ "Radiation Exposure Compensation System Claims to Date Summary of Claims ... 5 fatalities, 13 injuries.[14]. *March 1984: Radiation accident in Morocco, eight fatalities from overexposure to radiation ...
The calculations are taken from data collected regarding fallout from the nuclear weapons tests conducted at the Nevada Test ... "International Atomic Energy Agency. Retrieved 14 March 2011.. (thermal neutron fission) *^ Effluent Releases from Nuclear Power ... I. Characterization of a liposome model and injury by myeloperoxidase, hydrogen peroxide, and halides". Journal of Immunology. ... Draft Report on a Feasibility Study of the Health Consequences to the American Population from Nuclear Weapons Tests Conducted ...
More recent models use an energy balance approach that take into account the following factors to compute Qm, the energy ... Snow affects warfare conducted in winter, alpine environments or at high latitudes. The main factors are impaired visibility ... Ice dams may result in damaged building materials or in damage or injury when the ice dam falls off or from attempts to remove ... especially vehicles and weapons.[99] ... "Duke Energy. Archived from the original on December 20, 2016. ...
Engel, Sophia Barbara (2005). Racing the wind: Water economy and energy expenditure in avian endurance flight. University of ... A lack of field observations limit our knowledge, but intraspecific conflicts are known to sometimes result in injury or death. ... use a sharp spur on the wing as a weapon. The steamer ducks (Tachyeres), geese and swans (Anserinae), the solitaire (Pezophaps ... in an experiment conducted in the 1950s, a Manx shearwater released in Boston in the United States returned to its colony in ...
If the orca pod is large, its members may sometimes be able to kill adult female sperm whales and can at least injury an entire ... Most of the sound energy is then reflected off the frontal sac at the cranium and into the melon, whose lens-like structure ... "Dress and Weapons of the Melanesians: Ornament", The History of Mankind. London: MacMillan. Accessed 21 October 2009. ... "Scientists conduct first simultaneous tagging study of deep-diving predator, prey". Stanford Report. Retrieved 6 November 2008 ...
"Breeding Lethal Weapons of Mass Destruction Sanctioned". Save Our Snowy. Retrieved 9 May 2009.. ... A 20-year study of the dingo's diet was conducted across Australia by the federal and state governments. These examined a total ... Australian Government: Dept of Environment & Energy. 15 December 2017. Retrieved 6 May 2018.. ... and only a few sheep manage to recover from the severe injuries. In the case of lambs, death can have many causes apart from ...
Pressure training is conducted in a 2-day course including classroom and lab training: The first test is for the ability to ... " - Submarine Officer (Nuclear Submarines) : Nuclear Energy : Careers & Jobs". navy. Retrieved 11 January 2012.. ... Candidates with ruptured eardrums are removed from the testing cycle until healed, depending on the severity of the injury. ... the submarine service did not fire weapons in anger for very many years. The BGM-109 Tomahawk Land Attack Missile (TLAM) was ...
After sustaining numerous injuries to the point of Porco being unable to heal himself, Porco learns the truth of his brother's ... Fritz presided over the trial of Erwin Smith where he was dozing through it as the other nobles actually conduct the trial. He ... Hange also invents new special weapons for the Scouts to use, such as a barrel that fires multiple grappling hooks to capture ... Although all Titans generate enormous amounts of heat and energy when transforming, the Colossus Titan takes this to the next ...
suggests even lower impact energy thresholds for remote neural injury to the brain. In analysis of experiments of dogs shot in ... He conducted many live animal experiments after his tour of duty. On the subject of wound ballistics theories, he wrote: If I ... AK-47: the weapon that changed the face of the war, Larry Kahaner, John Wiley and Sons (2007) p. 32 ... Suneson, A; Hansson, HA; Seeman, T (1990). "Pressure Wave Injuries to the Nervous System Caused by High Energy Missile ...
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  • Although studies by law enforcement agencies have found that the deployment of CEDs reduced injuries to officers and suspects, [3] a significant number of individuals have died after CED exposure. (
  • He initially tried to resist arrest but was subdued when officers deployed a conducted energy weapon. (
  • A more recent academic study suggested police use of conducted electrical weapons in the United States was less risky to police officers than hands-on tactics, and showed officer injury rates equal to use of chemical sprays such as oleoresin capsicum. (
  • However, when police combined conducted electrical weapons with use of other weapons, officers were four or five times more likely to be injured than when using a baton or chemical spray. (
  • A built-in antenna transmits HD video over dedicated 4G LTE cellular networks, while another feature triggers the camera to start recording and alerts command staff once an officer has fired their weapon, a possible corrective to the problem of officers forgetting to switch them on . (
  • It was conducted to produce practical information that can help LEAs establish guidelines that assist in the effective design of Conducted Energy Device (CED) deployment programs that support increased safety for officers and citizens. (
  • A medical research team trying to define the number and nature of civilian injuries at the hands of peace officers has deplored the lack of reliable single-source information on that topic. (
  • A groundbreaking pilot study of more than 9,700 officers, aimed at determining whether it's feasible to establish a national reporting system for police injuries, has revealed a wealth of intriguing facts about LEOs hurt on duty. (
  • Long Range Acoustic device mounted on police vehicle, 2004 Republican National Convention, New York City Swedish police in riot gear, carrying an extended telescopic baton A Taser X26 making an electrical arc between its two electrodes Pepper spray training Exploded tear gas canister in the air Until the development of non-lethal weapons, police officers around the world had few if any non-lethal options for riot control. (
  • 4 R E S E A R C H I N B R I E F / M A y About this report This study looked at injuries that occur to law enforcement officers and citizens during use-of-force events. (
  • Officers are also trained to use various other force techniques and weapons to overcome resistance. (
  • This study found that when officers used force, injury rates to citizens ranged from 17 to 64 percent, depending on the agency, while officer injury rates ranged from 10 to 20 percent. (
  • The study s most significant finding is that, while results were not uniform across all agencies, the use of pepper spray and CEDs can significantly reduce injuries to suspects and the use of CEDs can decrease injuries to officers. (
  • Injuries also cost money in medical bills for indigent suspects, workers compensation claims for injured officers or damages paid out in legal settlements or judgments. (
  • During the middle of the 19th century, police officers in New York and Boston relied on less-lethal weapons, mostly wooden clubs. (
  • The police officers apparently took Clifford Grevemberg's trouble communicating and emotional response to being handled - hallmarks of autism - as evidence of disorderly conduct, a charge for which the teenager was later cleared. (
  • But sworn officers are granted power and weapons in order to keep the peace. (
  • The use of taser should be permitted to extend that such use is necessary to police officers should have some understanding of the effects that using weapon is likely to have upon a suspect before using the weapon. (
  • With the use of them they no one else but the police officers are liable for injuries caused by a taser if there were ever to be one. (
  • To gain control of the individual police officers use varying physical control techniques and/or non-deadly force equipment such as aerosols, conducted energy weapons (CEW), impact weapons, bean bangs, projectiles, and other devices, depending on the circumstances. (
  • Since the launch of our first TASER device, public safety officers have saved more than 200,000 lives from death or serious injury using TASER conducted energy weapons in situations where lethal force could have been used instead," says Smith. (
  • Between December 30, 2016, and February 9, 2017, at least three C.I.A. officers working under diplomatic cover in Cuba had reported troubling sensations that seemed to leave serious injuries. (
  • Over 28% of the officers assaulted suffered personal injury. (
  • When officers were assaulted with personal weapons 29.8 % suffered injuries. (
  • President Obama's subsequent actions lent even more credibility to key elements of the Jones report as he began disassembling the nuclear command structure in the United States military by firing the two top generals in charge of America's nuclear weapons and then letting go of over 30 top military officers in charge of security for the nukes controlled by this country. (
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  • Atlas of carried out electric Weapon Wounds and Forensic Analysis offers a entire ebook just about carried out electric Weapon (CEW) wounds and signature markings created via this type of weapon. (
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  • Gunshot wounds result from the transmission of kinetic energy from the bullet to the tissue with which it collides, with greater projectile speed leading to greater damage 1-3 . (
  • and (iii) wounds or injuries caused by a knife or other sharp or pointed instrument. (
  • According to a 2010 study titled "Police Use of Force, TASERs and Other Less-Lethal Weapons", over 15,000 law enforcement and military agencies around the world used tasers as part of their use of force continuum. (
  • TASERS) as well as lightning injuries. (
  • Conducted Electrical Weapon (CEW): A weapon, including Tasers, designed primarily to discharge electrical charges into a subject that will cause involuntary muscle contractions and overrides the subject's voluntary motor responses. (
  • Police Use of Force, Tasers and Other Less-Lethal Weapons. (
  • 3 May 2011 Police Use of Force, Tasers and Other Less-Lethal Weapons Findings and conclusions of the research reported here are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official positions or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice. (
  • These include less-lethal weapons such as pepper spray, batons or conducted energy devices (CEDs) such as Tasers. (
  • 5 P o l I C E U S E o F F o R C E Geoffrey P. Alpert, Michael R. Smith, Robert J. Kaminski, Lorie A. Fridell, John MacDonald, and Bruce Kubu police use of Force, tasers and other Less-Lethal Weapons About the Authors Geoffrey P. Alpert, Ph.D., is professor of criminology and criminal justice at the University of South Carolina. (
  • Conductive Energy Devices (CEDs), or Tasers as they're more commonly known, are powerful electrical weapons used by the police with the aim of subduing those they are used against. (
  • As such, when used as a distance-control-weapon, against violent suspects or other individuals who pose an imminent risk to life or very serious injury, Tasers have the potential to be an effective method of policing. (
  • Tasers are dangerous and even sometimes lethal and could cause death or grievous bodily injury. (
  • Stabs were conducted under both high and low kinetic energy conditions, in an effort to replicate the usual impact forces associated with thrusting spear vs. long-range projectile weapon systems, respectively. (
  • While accidental injury or attack with a thrusting spear or knife cannot absolutely be ruled out, the position, angulation, and morphology of the lesion is most consistent with injury by a low-mass, low-kinetic energy projectile weapon. (
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  • Therapeutic conduct regarding facial damage is based on the analysis of the projectile and the treatment of bone factures. (
  • Non-lethal weapons, also called less-lethal weapons, less-than-lethal weapons, non-deadly weapons, compliance weapons, or pain-inducing weapons are weapons intended to be less likely to kill a living target than conventional weapons such as knives and firearms. (
  • The advanced Taser also has a comparable or lower injury rate than other less-lethal weapons. (
  • Although firearms are still standard issue, law enforcement agencies are again stressing the use of less-lethal weapons rather than firearms. (
  • Since the 1990s, a group of dedicated Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies have been testing less-lethal weapons to see if they would be effective for any of the department's missions, including patrol, corrections, and crowd control. (
  • At present, less-lethal weapons are a fact of life. (
  • The most widespread less-lethal weapons are chemical agents dispersed in aerosol form. (
  • The Role of Less- Lethal Weapons in Law Enforcement. (
  • These tools are called less-lethal weapons and non-lethal weapons. (
  • This paper will look at a few of these Less-lethal weapons and their applications in Law Enforcement. (
  • The pressure to add new less lethal weapons to police arsenals became tremendous in the mid-eighties. (
  • Today, a wide array of less lethal weapons has found their place in law enforcement and many have military applications as well. (
  • 5 BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE Why less lethal weapons, what is their purpose and where do they fit in? (
  • The injuries caused by conducted energy weapons such as stun guns, shock batons, and cattle prods. (
  • National guards or policing forces charged with quelling riots were able to use only batons or similar club-like weapons, or bayonet or saber charges, or fire live ammunition at crowds. (
  • Its advanced Taser weapon offers improved performance over other less-lethal force options used by law enforcement agencies. (
  • Analysis of the lesions produced in the pig ribs, along with examination of goat ribs subjected primarily to high kinetic energy stabs from an independent experiment, revealed consistent differences in damage patterns between the two conditions. (
  • In the case of Shanidar 3, the lack of major involvement of more than one rib, the lack of fracturing of the affected and adjacent ribs, and the lack of bony defects associated with the lesion (such as wastage, hinging, and radiating fracture lines) suggests that the weapon that wounded him was carrying relatively low kinetic energy. (
  • Kinetic impact projectiles (KIPs), commonly called rubber or plastic bullets, are CCWs that are designed to incapacitate individuals by inflicting pain or sublethal injury. (
  • Axon says the spiral darts fly straighter and faster than previous TASER darts, and they also hit with double the kinetic energy. (
  • Handling is dependent upon type of weapon, bullet's disfiguring characteristics, kinetic energy, place of impact as well as patient' s general health circumstances. (
  • Knowledge on factors such as impact velocity, release rate of kinetic energy, retardant effect, bullet design, bullet mass, type of weapon and ballistic coefficient is essential to proper treatment 6,9 . (
  • The U.S. firearms regulator, the ATF, stated that the Air TASER conducted energy device was not a firearm. (
  • A loaded weapon with a live round in the chamber was recovered at the scene, Chatterbok said, describing the weapon as an "improvised firearm. (
  • According to police, the man is expected to be face several charges, two of which are possession of a weapon dangerous to the public and careless use of a firearm. (
  • Deadly Force, also known as Lethal Force: Any use of force likely to cause death or serious physical injury, including the use of a firearm, carotid neck hold, or strike to the head, neck or throat with a hard object. (
  • It would therefore be reasonable to provide the officer with the means to protect himself, which is less then the lethal force of a firearm and a greater force then personal weapons. (
  • In recent years, electro-muscular-disruption technology - also known as conducted-energy devices (CEDs) or stun guns or by the trade name Taser ® - has become the less-lethal device of choice for a growing number of law enforcement agencies. (
  • In 2003, TASER International introduced the Taser X26 ® , the conducted-energy device most widely used by law enforcement today. (
  • A 2009 report by the Police Executive Research Forum in the United States found that police officer injuries dropped by 76% in large law enforcement agencies that deployed taser devices in the first decade of the 21st century compared with those that did not use them at all. (
  • Hutson, H Range, Conducted Electrical Weapon Use by Law Enforcement: An Evaluation of Safety and Injury , The Journal of Trauma, 22 December 2009, doi: 10.1097/TA.0b013e3181b28b78. (
  • Conclusions: Significant injuries related to 6 years of law enforcement CEW use [1,101 individuals] in one city were rare. (
  • Taser International, Inc. develops, assembles and markets less-lethal, conducted energy weapons primarily for use in the law enforcement and corrections market. (
  • AAXN ), the global leader in connected law enforcement technologies, today announced that it will unveil a new TASER weapon and body camera at the 125th International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida. (
  • The concept of using a less-lethal weapon to meet this goal is not new in law enforcement and probably started in the mid-19th century with the first issued wooden club or baton. (
  • 6 The United States Department of Justice and the National Institute of Justice published the results of several funded studies to develop less and non- lethal weapons for law enforcement use. (
  • Amounts credited to such fund shall be available, subject to appropriation, for the purposes of implementing, enhancing or maintaining a state firearms information system, for improving local law enforcement access thereto and for improving the quality of record keeping of weapons transfers pursuant to sections 121 to 131P , inclusive, of chapter 140. (
  • In the first study of its kind, a research team has comprehensively documented the risk of barbed darts from conducted electrical weapons penetrating the eyes of suspects. (
  • New technologies raise questions During the past 20 years, new technologies have emerged that offer the promise of more effective control over resistive suspects with fewer or less serious injuries. (
  • The IAEA suspects that Iran conducted research there for the development of a nuclear warhead. (
  • During its flight, the weapon was also successful in striking an extremely small ballistic target, simulated by an 82mm steel ball travelling at a speed of 50m/sec, confirming the tactical viability of laser weapons usage in future C-RAM operations, even in adverse weather conditions. (
  • In the extensive interview below hosted by Alfred Lambremont Webre, Dr. Horton attempts to bring to bear her vast knowledge of the capabilities of energy weapons, and awaken us to the fact that these are the true modern weapons of warfare of today, not the ballistic weapons that we still see portrayed in movies and talked about in geopolitical conflicts. (
  • Beta burn - beta radiation induced skin damage Blast effects - The impacts caused by the shock wave of energy through air that is created by detonation of a nuclear device. (
  • Combined injury - Victims of the immediate effects of a nuclear detonation are likely to suffer from burns and physical trauma, in addition to radiation exposure. (
  • An early above ground weapons detonation at the Nevada Test Site. (
  • Nonetheless, although exposure to CEDs is not risk free, NIJ's medical panel found no conclusive medical evidence in current research that indicates a high risk of serious injury or death from the direct effects of CED exposure. (
  • The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) today invited its partners, stakeholders, and the public to join in honoring the National Day of Remembrance, Oct. 30, 2009, for the U.S. uranium and nuclear weapons workers who served their country during the Cold War Era. (
  • NIOSH conducts scientific and technical support under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act. (
  • More information about NIOSH's scientific and technical support under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act can be found at . (
  • NIOSH is the federal agency that conducts research and makes recommendations for preventing work-related injuries, illnesses, and deaths. (
  • He said that he handles some aspect of approximately 75% to 80% of all individual dose reconstructions conducted by NIOSH. (
  • DOL), the Department of Energy (DOE), and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), which is part of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). (
  • By virtue of our mandate to conduct research and make recommendations for the prevention of work-related injury and illness, NIOSH work touches a wide array of workplaces and occupations. (
  • Knowing this, many may still be surprised to learn that NIOSH provides scientific support to a Congressionally-mandated program that dispenses compensation and medical benefits for nuclear weapons workers who may have developed certain work-related illnesses. (
  • As you will read in this blog post, the NIOSH Office of Compensation Analysis and Support (OCAS) assists with implementing a program created by the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act of 2000 by completing dose reconstructions and other technical activities. (
  • Our experience with risk assessment combined with our previous work with uranium miners and the research conducted by the Health Effects Research Branch made NIOSH the logical choice. (
  • The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) established its Office of Compensation Analysis and Support (OCAS) in 2001 after Congress passed the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act of 2000 (the Act). (
  • If DOL determines that the energy worker (1) had the potential for workplace radiation exposure and (2) had developed cancer, then the claim is forwarded to NIOSH for a dose reconstruction before DOL makes its final compensation decision. (
  • Under the Act, dose reconstruction is an accepted scientific method used by NIOSH to determine the amount of radiation a worker likely received while employed at a DOE facility or an Atomic Weapons Employer (AWE) facility. (
  • Under the Act, NIOSH was responsible for developing the methods for conducting dose reconstruction. (
  • When conducting a dose reconstruction, NIOSH may use personal radiation exposure data such as film badge readings, urine sample data, incident reports, medical x-rays, and employment history, as well as other information such as co-worker data, environmental exposure records, and process records. (
  • Nevertheless, given the inherent risks associated with the misuse of the weapon, including its potential to cause or contribute to deaths, we call for its deployment to be restricted, and very tightly monitored and controlled. (
  • We conducted a systematic review of the available literature on deaths, injuries and permanent disability from rubber and plastic bullets, as well as from bean bag rounds, shot pellets and other projectiles used in arrests, protests and other contexts from 1 January 1990 until 1 June 2017. (
  • There is an urgent need to establish international guidelines on the use of crowd-control weapons to prevent unnecessary injuries and deaths. (
  • Most other departments publish limited data in their annual reports, usually without data about injuries or deaths. (
  • This program conducts the largest early lung cancer detection project in occupational health in the country through the application of low-dose helical CAT scanning. (
  • Since 2000, the WHPP Early Lung Cancer Detection (ELCD) Program has provided low-dose chest CT scans to U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) workers, with the primary purpose of detecting lung cancers early. (
  • Although research has been conducted on the benefit of CT screening for early lung cancer detection since the early 1990s, this was the first randomized control trial to study the mortality benefit from low-dose CT screening for lung cancer. (
  • The man suffered a gunshot wound, possibly to the shoulder, as well as injuries consistent with dog bites. (
  • The aim of the present research was to conduct a bibliographic review and expose our experience in maxillofacial gunshot wound treatment. (
  • Clinically, patients having suffered gunshot injuries may exhibit signs of shock, neurological impairment, rapidly expanding hematoma and obstruction of the airways. (
  • We find that these projectiles have caused significant morbidity and mortality during the past 27 years, much of it from penetrative injuries and head, neck and torso trauma. (
  • Similar weapons, tactics, techniques and procedures are employed by police forces domestically in riot control, prisoner control, crowd control, refugee control, and self-defense, where the terminology of "Less-than-Lethal" is often used. (
  • This guidance was developed by a Federal interagency committee with representation from the Executive Office of the President (Homeland Security Council and Office of Science and Technology Policy), the Departments of Defense, Energy, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, Transportation, Veteran's Affairs, the Environmental Protection Agency, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. (
  • The task force consisted of representatives of the Departments of Defense, Energy, Labor, Health, Education and Welfare, the Veterans Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency. (
  • Much of the original proof that fluoride is safe for humans in low doses was generated by A-bomb program scientists, who had been secretly ordered to provide "evidence useful in litigation" against defense contractors for fluoride injury to citizens. (
  • In 2017, almost 128 000 Palestinians had been coping with disabilities in Gaza based on the Palestinian Central Bureau of Figures, constituting 6 nearly.4% of Gazas human population of 2 million people.1 Amputation accidental injuries CM-272 from explosive attack weaponry are raising in Gaza.2 The Palestinian aswell as worldwide medical communities have lengthy warned of potential harmful health ramifications of novel weapons applied to Gaza. (
  • More than 3.3 million darts from conducted energy weapons, including thousands that likely were contaminated with Staphlococcus aureus bacteria, have penetrated human skin. (
  • The pistol-shaped weapons use nitrogen gas to fire sharp darts which can penetrate 5cm of clothing, up to seven metres. (
  • 50,000 volts of electricity is then conducted down wires connecting the darts and the Taser gun. (
  • The U.S. no longer conducts nuclear tests, and only a few subcritical (no nuclear yield) experiments are being conducted at the Nevada Test Site. (
  • [1] For many years, police leaders have sought alternatives to lethal force and better methods to subdue individuals to limit injuries and death. (
  • The first Taser conducted energy weapon was introduced in 1993 as a less-lethal force option for police to use to subdue fleeing, belligerent, or potentially dangerous people, who would have otherwise been subjected to more lethal force options such as firearms. (
  • It is often understood that unintended or incidental casualties are risked wherever force is applied, but non-lethal weapons try to minimise the risk of casualties (e.g. serious/permanent injuries or death) as much as possible. (
  • Non-lethal weapons are used in policing and combat situations to limit the escalation of conflict where employment of lethal force is prohibited or undesirable, where rules of engagement require minimum casualties, or where policy restricts the use of conventional force. (
  • Non-lethal weapons may be used by conventional military in a range of missions across the force continuum. (
  • Non-lethal weapons may also be used to channelize a battlefield, control the movement of civilian populations, or to limit civilian access to restricted areas (as they were utilized by the USMC's 1st Marine Expeditionary Force in Somalia in 1995). (
  • Recognizing the need to limit the escalation of force, research and development of a range of non-lethal weapons has since been undertaken internationally by governments and weapons manufacturers to fill the need for such weapons. (
  • Before the general availability of early military non-lethal weapons in the mid 1990s, war-fighters had few or no casualty-limiting options for the employment of scalable force and were continually at risk whenever lethal force was prohibited during sensitive missions[citation needed]. (
  • When police in a democracy use force and injury results, concern about police abuse arises, lawsuits often follow and the reputation of the police is threatened. (
  • In the field - Our Smart Weapons offer a less-lethal intermediate use of force response, our body-worn and in-car cameras collect video evidence to capture the truth of an incident, and our mobile applications enable simplified evidence collection. (
  • Data provided to VICE News by the RCMP, which handles local policing in rural parts of the country, shows that 28 people died after being shot by the federal police force between 2010 and 2014, with dozens more suffering injuries. (
  • Three avenues of testing ensure the HE portion of stockpile performance: core surveillance testing of operational weapon HE function, enhanced surveillance to test the effects of aging on HE, and testing of replacement and specialized HE components. (
  • Part of what is happening in the atmosphere above us involves the Pentagon's secret space weapons program, designed for strategic, operational and tactical levels of war. (
  • In 2018, TASER 7 conducted energy device was released, the seventh generation of TASER devices from Axon. (
  • And, at a personal level I worried that my interview, which focused on the question of why the Atomic Energy Commission funded some of the Yanomami research expeditions, would survive the editing process. (
  • The original secret version-obtained by these reporters-of a 1948 study published by Program F scientists in the Journal of the American Dental Association shows that evidence of adverse health effects from fluoride was censored by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) -considered the most powerful of Cold War agencies- for reasons of national security. (
  • Electrical Weapons & Fires: How Big Is The Risk, Really? (
  • When the probes make contact with the target, the weapon transmits powerful electrical pulses along the wires and into the body of the target through up to two inches of clothing. (
  • This episode of CRACKCast covers Rosen's Chapter 142, Electrical and Lightning Injuries. (
  • The episode will thoroughly differentiate the different types of electrical injuries in terms of recognition and management. (
  • Testing is not indicated for victims of low-voltage electrical injuries who are asymptomatic or have minimal local symptoms and physical evidence of burn injury. (
  • Patients who present with altered mentation or significant symptoms are evaluated in a manner similar to that used for victims of high-voltage electrical injury. (
  • How does this relate to potential for injury from electrical and lightning injuries? (
  • As the formula indicates, voltage is not the only factor responsible for damage, but it is often the only property that is known in cases of electrical injury. (
  • Arcing: Activating a conducted electrical weapon (CEW) without discharging the probes or making contact with a subject, to serve as a warning to the subject. (
  • Drive Stun: The process of applying energy to a subject through the terminal on a cartridge or conducted electrical weapon. (
  • The electrical shocks and pulses are excruciatingly painful, and can often cause a person to fall to the ground, in some instances leading to serious injury especially when falling on hard surfaces or from a height. (
  • It has been suggested that a CEW (conducted electrical weapon) exposure could elicit a stress response that could cause ExDS (excited delirium syndrome). (
  • Kroll M, Brave M. TASER® conducted electrical weapons. (
  • The water base helps with faster decontamination and any fears associated with conducted electrical weapons. (
  • The use of chemical agents has declined with the advent of Conducted Electrical Weapons (CEW), such as those from TASER International. (
  • 2 Physics of Electrical Injury 12. (
  • An electrochemical cell is a system consisting of an anode, cathode, and an electrolyte, plus such connections (electrical and mechanical) as may be needed to allow the cell to deliver or receive electrical energy. (
  • to better understand the circumstances surrounding the traumatic injury suffered by Shanidar 3, we conducted controlled stabbing experiments with replicas of Mousterian and Levallois points directed against the thoraces of pig carcasses. (
  • Massive quantities of fluoride- millions of tons- were essential for the manufacture of bomb-grade uranium and plutonium for nuclear weapons throughout the Cold War. (
  • bomb-grade uranium and plutonium for nuclear weapons throughout the Cold War. (
  • When that did not work, police deployed a conducted energy weapon - commonly known as a Taser - and then several bean-bag rounds. (
  • These technologies aren't completely new: A similar sensor Axon released last year is meant to activate cameras once a weapon is drawn from its holster. (
  • Per the most recent agreement, Ho dedicated at least 32 hours per month to studying Axon products, most of which focused on the company's signature weapon, the Taser stun gun. (
  • At the booth, conference-goers can get hands-on with the TASER weapon along with other new and existing product offerings on the Axon network. (
  • Axon, the Delta Logo, TASER, and Smart Weapons are trademarks of Axon Enterprise, Inc., some of which are registered in the US and other countries. (
  • Late last year Axon ( ) approached Klement about its new TASER 7 conducted energy weapon (CEW). (
  • Patients with electrocardiographic signs of cardiac injury or dysrhythmias, or with evidence of significant local injury, should be monitored for at least 6 hours in the ED, observation unit, or inpatient setting. (
  • If the cartridge is picked up by an unsuspecting person and carried in a pocket, a buildup of static energy could activate the cartridge, causing the probes to be propelled, police said. (
  • In fact, the most reliable studies were conducted by local residents like Jane Lee and Mary Osborne, who went door-to-door in neighborhoods where the fallout was thought to be worst. (
  • The bomb program's fluoride safety studies were conducted at the University of Rochester, site of one of the most notorious human radiation experiments of the Cold War, in which unsuspecting hospital patients were injected with toxic doses of radioactive plutonium. (
  • The fluoride studies were conducted with the same ethical mind-set, in which "national security" was paramount. (
  • Arrestee's injuries were associated with their active behaviors of resistance during the arrest and continued resistance after restraint. (
  • This is also why one must be careful connecting low resistance to injury. (
  • In this case, the greatest injury was to the highest resistance region. (
  • In an interview I conducted with Dr. Jim Garrow on May 4, 2014, the ex-CIA official was adamant that the Chinese plan to use EMP weapons against the United States in order to bring any organized resistance to a complete standstill. (
  • The dystopian British sci-fi film 28 Days Later opens with animal rights activists breaking into the Cambridge Primate Research facility to free chimpanzees used in a secret weapons program. (
  • And with the September 11 and anthrax attacks as a pretext, the United States embarked on a systematic and reckless program to expand research into the creation of prohibited weapons systems. (
  • its subject is an alleged implosion test at Parchin in 2003, shortly before what's believed to have been the suspension of Iran's nuclear-weapons research. (
  • 1. At least part of the aerosol project has been dubbed Operation Cloverleaf,7 probably due to its multi-faceted operations, which include: weather modification, military communications, space weapons development, ozone and global warming research plus biological weaponry and detection testing.2. (
  • Particle Physicist Dr. Katherine Horton argues, based on her research and personal experiences, that the 5G network is intended as a Directed Energy Weapon system that aligns with the goals of the global elite to enslave humanity. (
  • As part of the latter, she conducted systems analysis research of the English legal system, economies, the financial system, currencies, as well as white collar crime and organised crime. (
  • Top Secret Silent Weapons for a Quiet War An Introductory Programming Manual Operations Research Technical Manual WELCOME ABOARD! (
  • HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION Silent weapon technology has evolved from Operations Research (O.R.), a strategic and tactical methodology developed under the military management in England during World War II. (
  • It raises important questions of why research was conducted, how was it funded, the ethical dimensions of fieldwork praxis, how the research was used (or intended to be used), who profited, and who paid the price? (
  • The Act established a program of federal compensation for former nuclear weapons workers who suffered job-related cancer as a result of exposures to radiation during their employment. (
  • to discuss the benefits available to current and former nuclear weapons workers from covered facilities, and their families, under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act. (
  • When developing the program, Congress needed to ensure that an organization with the appropriate scientific skills and expertise could objectively evaluate the radiation exposure faced by former nuclear weapons workers. (
  • The Department of Energy (DOE) stores about 50 metric tons of plutonium that is no longer needed by the United States for nuclear weapons. (
  • Some of this plutonium is in the form of contaminated metal, oxides, solutions, and residues remaining from the nuclear weapons production process. (
  • The facility at SRS that DOE plans to use to store plutonium lacks adequate safety systems to conduct monitoring of storage containers. (
  • Faced with these challenges, DOE announced in April 2005 that it would have SRS s storage facility upgraded to conduct plutonium monitoring. (
  • The U.S. Congress and other governments agreed and began an organized development of non-lethal weapons to provide a range of options between talking and shooting. (
  • Some non-lethal weapons may provide more effective riot control than firearms, truncheons or bayonets with less risk of loss of life or serious injury. (
  • In 2010, the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate (JNLWD) Non-Lethal Weapons (NLW) Reference Book was created. (
  • Unites States Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program. (
  • CED are promoted as non-lethal weapons which can potentially save lives. (
  • After the Rodney King incident in 1991, finding practical, non-lethal weapons for police use became a priority for the Department of Justice. (
  • Charmagne Harris, organizer of the home show for Jenks Productions, said products and services related to renewable energy and energy efficiency and are trending items among homeowners. (
  • This book considers technologies to increase energy efficiency, coal-fired power generation, nuclear power, renewable energy, oil and natural gas, and alternative transportation fuels. (
  • Downwinders refers to the individuals and communities in the intermountain area between the Cascade and Rocky Mountain ranges primarily in Arizona, Nevada and Utah but also in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho who were exposed to radioactive contamination or nuclear fallout from atmospheric or underground nuclear weapons testing , and nuclear accidents . (
  • Conducted in November under snowy conditions and bright sunlight, the testing was to demonstrate five-fold increase in the weapon's efficiency and enhanced stability, when compared with the 10kW version tested by the company in 2011. (
  • Absorbed dose is the energy deposited per unit mass of matter. (
  • The review is limited by the limited quality and number of published data on injuries secondary to KIPs. (
  • however, secondary energy recovery equipment (such as economizers or air preheaters) need not be physically formed into the same unit as the combustion chamber and the primary energy recovery section. (
  • EEOICPA pays $150,000 lump-sum compensation and related medical expenses to workers who became seriously ill from exposure to radiation, beryllium or silica while working in the nuclear weapons industry for the Department of Energy, including its contractors and subcontractors. (
  • The Act allows energy workers who were involved in nuclear weapons production activities (or their survivors) to file claims with DOL to seek compensation for illnesses caused by workplace exposure to radiation, beryllium, silica, or other toxic substances. (
  • First, the group was to study and recommend alternatives for compensating people with radiation-related illnesses as a result of the weapons tests. (
  • A Taser (also spelled tazer) is a non-lethal electroshock weapon used to incapacitate targets via shocks that temporarily impair the target's physical function to a level that allows them to be approached and handled in an unresisting and thus safe manner. (
  • More generally, the term can also include those communities and individuals who are exposed to ionizing radiation and other emissions due to the regular production and maintenance of coal ash , nuclear weapons , nuclear power , nuclear waste and geothermal energy . (
  • Pressure was mounting on the Carter administration to deal with the thorny question of the government's responsibility to hundreds of downwind residents who claimed injuries as a result of fallout from the testing program. (
  • The Taser device is marketed as less-lethal, since the possibility of serious injury or death exists whenever the weapon is deployed. (
  • The enormous current of a lightning strike may cause critical injury or death, or the current may be directed superficially over the patient to the ground, resulting in no injury or only superficial burns. (
  • Cover fire is not intended to strike a subject, but is meant only to prevent a subject from taking further action against the police or others that could result in death or serious physical injury. (
  • They can also use firearms to defend themselves or others against threats of death or serious bodily injuries. (
  • Placing a combative person in the prone position occurs numerous times daily throughout the country without the incident resulting in serious injury to the person, let alone a sudden death. (
  • Data synthesis We report on descriptive statistics as well as data on injury severity, permanent disability and death. (
  • Given their inherent inaccuracy, potential for misuse and associated health consequences of severe injury, disability and death, KIPs do not appear to be appropriate weapons for use in crowd-control settings. (
  • The RCMP began publishing quarterly reports from the database about the use of the energy weapons following the death of Polish national Robert Dzieka?ski in a Vancouver airport after being repeatedly tasered by the RCMP. (
  • To use the U.S. Department of Energy as a case study, and to develop concepts that apply generally to sites contaminated with hazardous or nuclear wastes, Methods: Develop categories of ecological workers, describe their usual jobs, and provide information on the kinds of risks they face. (
  • Dr. Markowitz currently directs the Worker Health Protection Program, a medical screening program for former Department of Energy workers who built the nuclear weapon arsenal of the United States. (
  • Under the Act, the Department of Labor (DOL), the Department of Energy (DOE), the Department of Justice (DOJ), and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) were each tasked with certain responsibilities. (
  • Dr. Ho is one of the world's foremost experts in the study of conducted-energy weapons, and his important work can be credited with saving countless lives," Partridge said. (
  • There are long-term costs as well: to the environment, as natural resources are depleted and pollution contributes to global climate change, and to national security and independence, as many of the world's current energy sources are increasingly concentrated in geopolitically unstable regions. (
  • In 2001 the United States Marine Corps revealed its development of a less-than-lethal energy weapon called the Active Denial System, a focused high frequency microwave device said to be capable of heating all living matter in the target area rapidly and continuously for the duration of the beam, causing transient intolerable pain but no lasting damage. (
  • One of the products that Klement is most excited about is not a weapon at all but a restraint device that could make both inmates and deputies safer in the jails. (
  • Battery" means a device consisting of one or more electrically connected electrochemical cells which is designed to receive, store, and deliver electric energy. (
  • The study is being conducted by an expert medical panel assembled by NIJ. (
  • While the year and site variables are only available via restricted access procedures, users can replicate many analyses conducted in the final report for this study (Taylor et al. (
  • While certainly cringe-inducing, the risk, in fact, is small: only 1 in every 123,000 CEW discharges in the field results in eye injury, the study reports. (
  • The study was conducted by Anthony O'Brien, senior lecturer in nursing at the University of Auckland. (
  • This prospective observational study was conducted on selected TAO patients who underwent autologous PRP treatment in surgery department of a teaching hospital in Central India. (
  • None of the arrestees died during the study period and moderate injuries were sustained in 16 percent of the incidents and significant injuries were sustained in 4 percent. (
  • Our Site 300 experiments study how high explosives release their energy-for example, how they accelerate metals or what chemical reactions they cause. (
  • Bomb program researchers played a leading role in the design and implementation of the most extensive U.S. study of the health effects of fluoridating public drinking water-conducted in Newburgh, New York from 1945 to 1956. (
  • This non-lethal weapon is a conducted energy weapon that utilizes compressed nitrogen to shoot two small probes up to 15 feet. (
  • These probes are connected to the weapon by high-voltage insulated wire. (
  • It's been feared that a number of the weaponry could cause serious bodily damage beyond the severe CM-272 stress.3C8 Modern high energy blast-weapons trigger injuries which frequently keep survivors with fragments from explosive weapons metallic casings (shrapnels) inlayed in body cells or stable body organs. (
  • The Resource Centers will offer personal assistance in filing claim forms for the Energy Employees Occupational Injury Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA), passed by Congress in October 2000. (
  • Use and safety of conducted electronic devices: what is known? (
  • The authors, citing concerns by the ACLU and the World Health Organization about unnecessarily violent police behavior, argue that prisoners' injuries should be. (
  • In late 1982 in a Salt Lake City courtroom, the United States mounted a complex and costly legal battle against a small group of its own citizens who struggled to prove that their government had knowingly subjected them and thousands of others to dangerously high levels of radiation during the nuclear weapons testing program in the 1950s and early 1960s. (
  • They made it clear they were ready to go to court and prove that the only postwar victims of America's nuclear weapons program were its own citizens. (
  • DOL is also conducting town hall meetings in 25 locations across the country through the end of July to explain the program to nuclear weapons industry employees. (
  • As part of the program, the Accelerated Strategic Computing Initiative (ASCI) is bringing almost unimaginable power to Livermore's modeling capability to simulate weapons performance. (
  • A widespread EMP attack, precipitated by a pair of high altitude nuclear weapons over the midcontinent United States, would knock all electronics that were not previously and purposefully hardened against such an attack. (
  • On the electronic side, the TASER 7 is a smart weapon that calibrates itself for more consistent output. (
  • However, this building would not have had sufficient security to conduct all of the required monitoring activities. (
  • The country's challenge is to develop an energy portfolio that addresses these concerns while still providing sufficient, affordable energy reserves for the nation. (
  • The list of prohibited articles is not exhaustive since it is always possible to devise new potentially dangerous types of weapon. (
  • The Taser is a potentially lethal weapon and should be treated accordingly. (
  • My main focus is campaigning to have all the Directed Energy Weapons systems shut down, which includes also satellite weaponry, weaponry hidden in cars, weapons carried by gangstalkers in rucksacks, and all this sort of stuff and out of all that, 5G is, if you like, the state system . (