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the day has "Tide" hit chicago

“Giant tidal wave hits local town lake.” April Fool’s joke? Probably. “Giant tidal wave hits Chicago”. Joke right? No. This was the headline in the evening edition of the Chicago Daily News on June 26, 1954.

I left the house in my beat-up Chevy around 9:00 a.m. on a warm Saturday morning in June 1954 and drove to Montrose Beach and Harbor on Lake Michigan to meet my father and a few friends at Wilson Rocks Bait Shop, where he hung out with his fellow fishermen. We were going to do some perch fishing……which is a chewy white meat fish that is a taste of heaven when fried and served with lemon, tartar sauce and accordion fries. Getting ready for my senior year in high school, I had been working hard in construction and needed some sun and relaxation. Perch was the answer this Saturday morning, but soon he would find something very different…something he would never forget.

When I pulled into the parking area, I noticed that it was full of water even though it was a sunny day. The lake was unusually choppy. I also noticed people running towards the pier. There was a feeling that something very serious and very bad was going on and I immediately and instinctively headed to the bait shop to connect with my father. He saw me coming and he told me “let’s go to the pier, they need help down there”, and we set off at full speed together with many others. A Seiche (pronounced sayh) had struck Montrose Harbor without warning on this June morning. It was 8 feet high and 25 miles wide and struck the entire shore of Chicago Lake… from Michigan City, Indiana to the North Shore. Eight people were killed, most of whom were fishing right there in the Montrose Harbor, where some 15 to 20 fishermen were washed off the narrow 175-foot concrete pier. And we knew many of them.

When we arrived, bathers and fishermen were running to take refuge. Men, women and children ran and fell. Yachts bobbed widely in the water. The wave at some points had rushed 150 feet towards shore before sinking within a few minutes, which explained why I saw so much water when I pulled into the parking lot. There were rescues, panic, despair and narrow escapes. Unfortunately, we arrived too late to be of any real help and then stood helplessly as rescue teams began the grim job of pulling every body out of the lake. Apparently, the fishermen who had been lying face down, idly guiding the lines in the water, were simply washed off the pier as the water swelled and washed over them. The fishermen at the North Avenue wharf, several miles to the south, were also washed up on the lake, and the same grim work was being done there. Among those thrown into the water was Ted Stempinski, who had been fishing with his 16-year-old son Ralph. Ralph left the scene for a moment just before he hit the wave. When he returned, his father was gone. The same thing happened with John Jaworski who was also fishing with his son. Those tragic events hardly went unnoticed and stayed with me for a long time afterward.

Park police quickly spread word of the approaching wave and removed fishermen from a pier on 61st St. in Jackson Park minutes before water submerged that area. At Loyola Beach, just to the north, waves crashed over a 9-foot boardwalk. All docks at the Belmont Harbor Yacht Basin were flooded when the wave raised the water level by about 6 feet.

Before June 26, no one had heard of the word “Seiche”. After June 26, most of us were experts on the phenomena.
Specifically, “A Seiche has to occur in an enclosed body of water, such as a lake, bay, or gulf. A Seiche, a French word meaning “to sway back and forth,” is a standing wave that oscillates in a lake as a result of seismic or atmospheric disturbances that create enormous fluctuations in water levels at mere moments of activity or enormous tidal forces” (Heidorn 2004; Wittman 2005).

This particular Seiche, which was the most dangerous of the three types, was fed by a severe squall line with strong winds and rapid changes in atmospheric pressure that pushed down on the lake surface and crossed southern Lake Michigan a few hours earlier, moving from northwest to southeast. It is as if you dropped a stone into the middle of a bucket of water and watched the ripples move from the center. The atmospheric pressure caused by the storm was the stone and the waves were the Seiche. Like water lapping back and forth in a bathtub, fast-moving squall lines with intense atmospheric pressure caused the lake to rock from side to side and caused water levels to rise on the shoreline and harbors by up to 10 feet in a matter of minutes and without warning.

Unlike a tsunami, which can travel across the open ocean at extremely high speeds, a Seiche moves much more slowly. It took the Cuttlefish 80 minutes to travel 40 miles from Michigan City to the Chicago lakefront on North Avenue. That’s around 30 mph. The Seiche lashed the entire Illinois coast with a wave approximately 2 to 4 feet high, but reached a peak height of 10 feet as she neared the North Avenue pier.

As an eyewitness to the immediate aftermath, I was struck by the way Chicago newspapers over-dramatized the tragedy. The now-defunct Chicago Daily News ran headlines reading in two-inch black type: “BIG TSUNAMI HERE! Many swept lake; 10 feared dead. Mother of 11 among victims. 3 divers, boats hunt others. Three drowned and several more feared lost Saturday when a 25-mile-wide tsunami hit the Lake Michigan shoreline here. The freak wave, estimated at 3 to 10 feet high, struck around 9 a.m. From Jackson Park north to Wilmette. An unknown number of people were washed into the lake. Estimates of the death toll were as high as 10….” There had been no “major tsunami”; there had been a monstrous and deadly cuttlefish. Since then, there have been numerous scares and reports of smaller seiches, but none causing similar damage or deaths.

Interestingly, however, one of the largest disasters in the city of Buffalo, in New York’s recorded history, occurred at 11:00 p.m. on October 18, 1844, when a wall of water rapidly inundated residential and commercial districts along the waterfront. The disaster struck without warning, breaching the 14-foot boardwalk and flooding the boardwalk. Newspaper accounts indicate that 78 people drowned. This tragedy was also caused by a Seiche, as prolonged high winds produced a Seiche by pushing water toward one end of Lake Erie. When the winds died down, or shifted in the opposite direction, the water receded in the direction from which it came and the Seiched did the rest. Buffalo is estimated to have two to three seiches a year, but the threat was largely eliminated with the construction of a breakwater on Lake Erie, a project that began in the 1860s.

Unlike the devastating tsunamis caused by undersea earthquakes, seiches have never caused much damage in the Great Lakes, and most go unnoticed as they are relatively subtle and imperceptible, causing water levels on beaches to rise only a foot or less.

But this one was very high-profile, and it happened on a quiet, warm Saturday morning in Chicago. What began as a quiet day of fishing turned out to be an experience that has remained indelible in my mind and, I think, worth sharing. One thing is for sure, we will never experience a cuttlefish here… at least I don’t think so.

“It didn’t go in like a wall… the water just started rising and kept rising until it was maybe 6 feet higher than normal.” Dick Keating, Belmont Harbor foreman and eyewitness.

Renaissance Science – The Physics of Social Cancer

At a 1979 World Science Summit Meeting held at the International Center for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, China’s most awarded physicist Kun Huang agreed with the director of the Australian Science and Art Research Center in Australia that modern physics had no capacity to encompass the forces of vital energy, as it could only deal with mechanistic logic.

Classical Greek life science had been based on the golden mean geometries associated with the harmonic motion of the Pythagorean concept of the music of the spheres. Celestial motion was also thought to use the forces of harmonic resonance to convey evolutionary guidance information to the movement of atoms within biological systems. Huang suggests that by looking at changes in the evolutionary patterns of the various golden mean patterns recorded in the world’s seashell fossil record, it might be possible to deduce the nature of the new laws of vital energy physics.

During the 1980s, the Center for Science and Art published several articles on vital energy from seashells in Italy’s leading scientific journal, Il Nouvo Cimento. In 1990, two of them were selected among the most important discoveries of the 20th century by the IEEE in Washington. This institute is dedicated to the betterment of the human condition and is the world’s largest technical professional society. The Center’s mathematician generated a simulation of a living sea creature. By reducing the harmonic order of the formula, he generated the creature’s 20-million-year-old fossil ancestor. Moving down the order by a minor harmonic he obtained the simulation of the fossil, Niponites Mirabilis, becoming the first person in the world to associate that fossil with any living creature.

In 1995, seashell mathematics won an international peer-reviewed first prize in biology for the discovery of new physical laws governing optimal biological growth and development across space-time, validating Kun Huang’s original premise. It was recently discovered that the first bone created in the human embryo is the sphenoid bone, and that it was currently changing its shape under the influence of the same physical forces that control the evolution of seashells. The sphenoid, known in alchemy as the Golden Mean, is in vibratory contact with the seashell pattern of the inner ear. Niponites Mirabilis was designed to keep the creature upright in water and the inner ear design keeps humans upright on land. The Science and Art Center is now working on a project to generate a futuristic human survival simulation to deduce the nature of new human survival technologies.

From the fossil record of the sphenoid humanoid, we can see that each time it changes shape, a new species of humanoid emerges. By running the life forces of the Music of the Spheres through the humanoid fossil record, it should be possible to generate a twenty million year scenario of human survival. This vision of the healthy and futuristic future of humanity would provide a reliable template from which to derive the new survival technology. Such technology would be associated with a fractal logic process that works in defiance of the physical laws that govern the current scientific worldview.

The moral reason why such a fractal life science should be developed is that by using classical Greek fractal logic, it is possible to generate healthy biological growth and development through space-time. Attempts to do this through the use of current life energy science can only result in the generation of biological distortions. Our current understanding of the life sciences can be seen as containing cancerous logic.

Dr. Richard Merrick of the University of Texas has used the life science of classical Greek music of the spheres to explain, in great biological detail, the fractal energy basis of creative thought. NASA has published articles arguing that ancient Greek life science was based on fractal logic. The engineer Buckminster Fuller, in his book Utopia or Oblivion, argued that unless science is reunited with that ancient world view, civilization will not be able to survive. Existing global scientific cancer can be prevented from becoming terminal. Fuller’s work was used to rewrite chemistry as the basis for a new science of medical life.

The best photography schools to become a professional photographer

By attending one of the best photography schools in the country, you will be well on your way to an exciting career in photography. Whether he wants to become a fine art photographer, advertising photographer, news photographer, or freelance artist doing everything from portraiture to weddings, he must get the right education and have the right tools to succeed. The following are some of the best photography schools in the country that you should consider if you are interested in pursuing a career in the photographic arts:

Academy of Art University – San Francisco: This large, accredited private university is located in one of the world’s most creative cities and has produced graduates like Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Deanne Fitzmaurice.

The Colorado Institute of Art – Denver: The Art Institute of Colorado is a private arts and crafts college that has offered associate’s and bachelor’s degrees in photography since 1952.

Brown College – Mendota Heights, Minnesota: Earn your Bachelor’s Degree in Digital Photography and choose from fine art, freelance work, fashion, and other majors.

The Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University – Washington: While earning a Professional Photography Certificate from this institution, you will learn camera techniques, lighting, workflow, and much more.

The Illinois Institute of Art: There are two branches of the Illinois Institute of Art in Chicago and Schaumburg. Both schools offer a variety of photography courses and degree programs in a vibrant environment.

International Center of Photography – New York City: This photography museum in the Big Apple offers full-time, continuing education classes in lighting, photojournalism, and other photography-related areas of study.

Miami International University of Art and Design: This is another school in the network of schools within the Art Institute. You can earn a BFA in photography while living in one of the most picturesque places in the country.

School of Visual Arts – New York City: This prestigious school of fine arts is among the best of the best photography schools and has been offering bachelor’s and master’s degrees in photography for generations.

Does the children’s dentist cause fear? Four tips to overcome it

On the list of the most feared professionals, the children’s dentist ranks first, although adults also tend to avoid these oral specialists. There’s even a common phobia named after our aversion to dentists: dentophobia. But how can we convince our children that dentists are not scary or threatening to men and women if we don’t believe it ourselves? After all, adults are just as likely to suffer from dentophobia as children! Here are some simple tips that can work for them, and for you.

don’t procrastinate

One of the main reasons children fear the dentist is that their parents wait too long to take them. This problem can be resolved simply by scheduling an initial appointment when you have your own routine checkup. Your child will then see that there is nothing to fear from a dental professional as long as you boldly sit through a simple cleaning.

Avoid scary words

You don’t need to discuss dental visits with your children after they have met the professionals in the office; the dentist is more than capable of doing that and will probably explain it to you better than you can. So he does not tell his little ones about “shots” and “pain” before a visit, it only complicates things. But if they ask you about an upcoming appointment, let them know they are in good hands with your dental professional. This simple act of reinsurance should reassure them.

bribery doesn’t work

Children must learn that going to the dentist is not a punishment; It is a requirement. Bribing them with a favorite food or toy will do nothing to allay their fear of having their teeth examined. In fact, it can make things worse. As?

When a parent rewards a child for doing something that is unpleasant but necessary, it lets the child know that their fear is valid. As a result, the young patient may become more apprehensive about visiting the dentist’s office. He or she may, in fact, ask for larger and more expensive bribes in an attempt to avoid a date altogether.

brush early

The best thing parents can do to allay their children’s fear is to expose the little ones to oral care as soon as possible. In most cases, that means using a baby toothbrush to gently brush the teeth and gums as soon as the teeth start to show. This simple activity will help them get used to what they will invariably find in the children’s dentist’s office.

These simple tips will help your child to face the common problem of dentophobia with a smile.

3 golden rules of 3D modeling

I have taught basic 3D modeling classes in different programs at different universities in the Midwest. Students always want to dive in on the first day and start doing things in 3D. In fact, in my classes we won’t even touch the computer until we cover some broader concepts.

Everyone wants to be more productive and efficient in their 3D modeling process. Are here The 3 golden rules of 3D modeling:

Just build what you can see.

You’d think it would be obvious, but you’d be surprised how many newbies get caught up trying to get the smallest detail of the model right, when in reality, they spend too much time concentrating on unnecessary details that won’t even show up in final production. You should spend some serious time planning your project before you even start 3D modeling. If you don’t want to take the time to storyboard, at least get your ideas down on paper and sketch out a general plan to follow. This is even more important if you work as part of a team. Make sure everyone on the team understands the goal from the start, and plan what you want everyone to focus on during production.

Know your bottom line.

Again, obvious question, right? Are you working on an animation or print project? High poly or low poly. What is the scale? How much detail is required? These are the questions to ask yourself BEFORE you start building models. I hate seeing artists spend hours working backwards or redoing work because they didn’t clearly define the project or because of poor planning. In a professional setting, time is of the essence, and when there are multiple artists working on the project, any downtime compounds quickly—you won’t get it back.

If it seems correct, it probably is.

This is the important one. It’s a visual world out there. Today people are surrounded by screens, billboards, magazines, etc. We are literally bombarded by visual information at all hours of the day. So we have developed a pretty good visual vocabulary. If something looks “right” they will accept it in a heartbeat and not even give it a second thought. However, if something is out of place or looks “fun”, it is clearly “wrong”, and everyone will notice it right away. Create 3D models that look good, even if they’re not necessarily perfect. As long as it looks good, it will be accepted by the naked eye, and no one will notice those little details that you couldn’t figure out. Don’t dwell on the details (see #1).

It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in or what software you use – if you learn the proper 3D modeling techniques and project management skills, you’ll always be in demand.

How to Spot Fake Armani Jeans

The Armani label is synonymous with quality and its denim collection is highly sought after for its classic, modern and popular styles. The Armani brand was created by Giorgio Armani in 1981 and has been under threat ever since from counterfeiters who want to capitalize on the fashion icon’s popularity. So how can you avoid getting scammed by scammers? Many fake designer clothes are very well made and hard to spot unless you’re an expert, so here’s a quick guide to spotting the genuine item and the fake:

Armani jean logo

The Armani label on other clothing ranges is small and simple, while jeans have a much larger logo with ‘AJ’ printed on the left side of the label and ‘Armani Jeans’ printed on the right side. The label will also have a dark blue background with white lettering, and unlike other Armani apparel, the Armani eagle will NOT appear. Another feature to highlight is the manufacturer, which is usually Simin TS.pA

Cheap Armani imports abroad

A lot of counterfeit Armani products come from China and some will say “Made in China” on the label. Most Armani clothing, by contrast, is made in Italy, so check where the jeans are made. Many dealers will also sell direct from Asia and say the low price reflects this difference. Armani clothing is expensive no matter where you buy it, so if it’s too cheap, it’s probably not real.

Armani quality denim

Have a good feeling of the jeans. Armani jeans are made from the highest quality materials and this should be obvious to the touch. If they just feel like any other pair of jeans, then be suspicious. The authentic material will be quite thick with no blemishes. Also pay attention to other details such as the zipper and the stitching. The zipper should be well sewn with no loose pieces of cotton and the seams should be even and flat with no wrinkles or creases. It’s often said that you’ll know when you’re presented with a high-quality pair of Armani jeans and that’s quite true. The quality should shine through.

Buy Armani Jeans online

If a seller is selling Armani jeans online, it will be impossible to examine the jeans closely. So save a copy of the image on your PC and compare it with the images on the official Armani website. If you see any inconsistencies in the pictures, don’t be afraid to ask questions. Also ask to see a photograph of the jeans you are buying rather than just stock photos that anyone can post. Authentic sellers will be more than happy to authenticate their products and provide additional photos from all angles to prove that their jeans are the real thing.

Armani jeans design

Armani jeans are very classic in their cut and have no extras like emblems or jewelry. Colors will vary, but essentially the jeans will have the classic denim jean look and feel. This high-quality designer clothing doesn’t need to embellish a popular product in order for it to sell.

Types of building permits

Various building permits are needed when completing a large construction project. Whether it’s commercial or residential construction, the amount of paperwork required for building permits can cause a lot of hassle and stress for the builder. This is why builders and construction companies are turning to letting shippers handle this part of the project for them. Here is a list of some of the areas in which building permit issuers provide assistance:

Residential Construction – Required for all residential construction

Commercial Construction – Required for all commercial construction

Demolition: Necessary for the demolition of part or all of the buildings

Electrical: Required for all electrical work.

Elevator installation: Mandatory for all elevator installations

Excavation: Required prior to excavation (provides you must notify adjacent property owners 30 days in advance)

Plumbing: Required to perform any plumbing job.

Ventilation and heating: necessary to move or remove the ventilation and heating units

Sign – Needed to move or remove building signs

Scaffolding – Required to use any scaffolding during construction

This is not an exhaustive list of all building permits. Other types of projects that require permits are: attic and basement renovations, chimney replacement, converting a single-family home to multiple units, decking, driveway installations, garage fixtures and partitions, masonry projects, construction of skylights, roofing projects, construction swimming pools, as well as installation of security alarms.

Because there are so many different types of permits, just knowing what you’ll need for a given construction project can be a hassle on its own. When a forwarder is hired, they handle all the time-consuming paperwork and research, freeing up time and energy for the builder to focus on the project at hand. Permits typically take twenty to sixty business days to review, so having an expediter working with you from the start is extremely important to ensure your project is completed on time.

Why are building permits necessary?

Requiring businesses and builders to apply for and adhere to building permits is important for many reasons. Not only is it a great way for the city to earn money, but it also ensures the safe and ethical completion of construction projects. This is not only to make sure that the building itself does not collapse, but also to provide rules to safeguard public health by regulating sewage and other health risks. Insurance companies rely heavily on these as key indicators of a project’s safety and reliability. Different insurance policies are instituted depending on when the building permits were updated.

Home Intercom – Make sure it works properly to keep your family safe!

Once an intercom is installed in a home, years go by, and sometimes people just don’t realize the importance of making sure it works properly. Sometimes obvious problems can occur and need repair. Some systems are up to 20 years old and should be replaced just for safety.

Just check this list and make sure you are sure:

  1. No sound or no power
  2. Harsh sound while listening to the room
  3. Control panel speaker static
  4. Unit keeps ringing by itself
  5. Intercom squeals during all-call
  6. The intercom makes a “hissing” sound
  7. These symptoms occur when it rains
  8. Touching Room Switch sounds Scratchy
  9. Unit is making a “hissing” sound
  10. Sometimes the unit calls by itself
  11. Some switch bank call LEDs are dim
  12. Bell “Time Tone” does not work
  13. Bell “time tone” does not sound
  14. They can hear me but I can’t hear them
  15. I can talk “outside” but I can’t hear the room
  16. The speaker in the room sounds distorted
  17. Room calls during announcements
  18. Room call when the doorbell “Time Tone” sounds
  19. The intercom master speaker sounds “boomy”
  20. Everyone can hear the sounds of the office
  21. All calls don’t work properly
  22. The volume of all calls sounds distorted or low
  23. Unit has blown fuses or “tripped” circuit breaker
  24. Room call switch not working
  25. Room speaker not working, low or high volume, intermittent, in and out, keeps cutting off, or keeps ringing by itself
  26. The intercom sometimes “hums” by itself. If you find that your home intercom system is experiencing some or many of the above, it’s definitely time to get it repaired or replaced for the safety of you and your family. Look online for a reputable company that you can trust that is licensed and fully insured.

pinoy hospitality

It is one of the common traits of being Filipino. It is a trait that every Filipino is proud of, wherever he goes. It is to make guests feel welcome. Even in the humblest home, one can expect to be treated as if one were at home. I remember my husband observing the same thing when he visited me in the Philippines a couple of years ago. He really appreciated how he was received by my family. When he had dinner with us at home, my parents were busy cooking and preparing for our guest. My aunt even set the table beautifully with an equally beautiful tablecloth set aside for the guests. She told her people here that they treat him like royalty and even she told me that we don’t have to do that since it’s just him, he’s not an actor! Well, I told him that’s how Filipinos are, hospitable. Same thing with my friend when her husband visited her. In homes, things like good or new sheets, blankets, towels, or even a nice set of household items like china are stored and kept in closets for guest use.

Hospitality in the Philippines goes as far as offering guests their own rooms, even if it means they have to sleep in another room or in the living room, which is common for Filipinos. Being friendly and making guests feel at home is an honor for a Filipino. Showing up unexpectedly at a house, you’ll find yourself served with snacks, at least because if you show up during meals, expect to be invited to join in and the family will even cook more or even buy more groceries outside, in little shops that are known as groceries.” sari-sari”, that is, a variety. Hospitality is a trait that has been passed down from one generation to the next and for more to come.

Getting her husband pierced for male chastity

One of the most common questions I get on the subject of advanced male chastity is how desirable it is to have a chastity piercing, such as a Prince Albert, to ensure the safety of the device.

The thinking behind it is pretty straightforward: Many of the safest, most serious, and therefore most expensive chastity devices require the man to have a piercing in his penis so that the chastity device can lock into place properly.

Probably the most common combination is a Prince Albert piercing (where the safety pin enters the penis through a hole in the underside of the head and exits through the urethra), but there are also devices compatible with frenulum and ampallang piercings. .

So this raises a couple of questions.

FirstWhy would someone do this?

Well, the answer to this is simple: it makes devices much more secure.

Most chastity devices, even full belts, can be avoided by a man who is determined to do so, as long as he uses enough lubrication and can take a little pain.

There may be some devices for which this is not true, but I have yet to find one.

But a device secured with a piercing is the most secure chastity device you can ever get, simply because the penis is held prisoner with a metal pin that actually goes through the flesh.

And the design of the devices means there’s no way to remove the device without removing the pin first, unless you’re willing to rip your flesh off (very few men would want to do this, I’m sure).

And for men who are serious about long-term, permanent chastity, a secure device is part of the excitement.

There’s just something about being locked in a secure device that really turns men on. They find the feeling of not having control over their own orgasms intoxicating.

Just keep in mind: no chastity device is or can be 100% safe, which means that no man is kept in a chastity device against his will.

There is no question that some devices are more secure than others, and many can probably only be removed or escaped with the help of tools.

But the tools required are simple and most guys probably already have them in their garage. Furthermore, removing the device would also be perfectly safe, as long as you were careful.

Even a device that uses a piercing pin to keep the penis secure can be removed simply by cutting the pin (which can be done simply and safely with a pair of tin snips or wire cutters, for example).

Tea second The reason for the piercing is that for many men and women it is symbolic, and this symbolism is very powerful.

In a large proportion of male chastity relationships, part of the dynamic is that the woman “owns” the man’s penis, or at least has all the “rights” to it.

In these cases of piercing the penis, whether the man really wants to do it or not (bearing in mind that always has the choice actually, so it’s just part of the game) is a symbol of the exchange of power.

Of course, you don’t need to get pierced to enjoy chastity, and you don’t even need a device.

The idea you make up is just another myth propagated by various people who have their own agendas for wanting you to accept their way of thinking.

My husband, John, had piercings, but he never really got used to the device, so we removed the parts and he currently wears a Lori #2C, which is designed for non-pierced men.

She is currently in long-term orgasm denial and the reason she doesn’t escape is that she doesn’t. want to.

Male chastity is really about two people enjoying whatever dynamic they choose to implement and it’s just a case of educating yourself about safe, sane and sensible practices.