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· @luka.skubonja · (edited)
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You Do Not Have Time To Exercise?

Do you have time to exercise?

Regular exercise has numerous health benefits. Many of us would love to exercise regularly, but we dont have time.
Have you heard already this well-known sentence? Surely many times. And indeed it seems that way: people do not have time any more for their own health, or for physical benefites. Can you do something to change this?
Well, from my opinion if you have several hours to be on many social medias - you have at least 45 minutes, 3-4 times per week for exercise!

https://www.mmphysiotherapy.com/images/physiotherapist/busy-exercise.jpg

It is true that modern life squeez from us all the energy, the fact is that in everyday hurry we hardly have time for the most basic things, but if we look closely around us, we find people living in the same way as we do, and they still finda way to exercise. How do they succeed? Very simply: they are organized and they dont look for excuses.

Many of us think that they do not have enough time to exercise, but most often it is not true. One is what we think, and the other is what we really can do with our free time.

Exercise should be part of the daily routine

  • exercise regulates blood sugar
  • lowers blood pressure
  • reduces the risk of diabetes and heart disease
  • suppresses anxiety and depression
  • improves the general state of mind

Despite these information, most people doesn't exercise even the least.

https://memoirsofasecondyear.files.wordpress.com/2015/11/img_9254.jpg?w=516

For adults over 18 years old is good to exercise at least 1 hour for 3-4 times per week.
I personally recommend training in the gym at least 3 times a week with some aerobic activity (jogging, fast walking, cycling...)

Without regular exercise, without moving we can not expect any positive effects on our health.

Should I say more? Maybe just: let's be smart, do not let us be more stubborn and lazy. Be more active in order to our own health!


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Today in history: James Watt

Hello Steemians!


Welcome to today's episode of the Today in History serial, where I bring you daily historical facts and events of the current date, thou today it could be named Yesterday in History as I am writing about James Watt.


James Watt, a Scottish inventor, engineer and chemist was born on yesterday's day, January 19, 1736. in Greenock.

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From the very early years of schooling he showed talent for engineering and mathematics.
At first, Watt was schooled at home, later he started going to the Greenock Grammar School.

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Greenock


His mother died when he was at the age of eighteen. Watt then moved to London where he studied instrument making and after a year moved to Glasgow where he tried to start an instrument-making business.
Due to lacking of serving as an apprentice, the Glasgow Guild of Hammermen denied his his application.

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James Watt - Carl Frederik von Breda


As astronomical instruments arrived at the University of Glasgow, and Watt was the only instrument maker, he was eventually hired to maintain them and was given a workshop in the university.
In 1759. he started working together with John Craig, starting to manufacture various products including musical instruments and toys.

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In the same year Watt started to experiment with steam and.
In 1763 he was asked to repair a Newcomen steam engine of the University of Glasgow which just made him more interested in the subject.

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Newcomen steam engine - diagram


After further experiment he had a breakthrough in May 1765. and started working on his own model of a steam engine with a working prototype ready later on that year.
John Craig died the same year and Watt started looking for funding to produce a full scale model of his steam engine.
Much of the financial backing was provided by John Roebuck, who lived at Kinneil House, where Watt built his first steam engine.

http://puu.sh/ttxtJ/ce4d57b9cf.jpg


In 1779, Watt began experimenting with old mechanical copying method with multiple linked pens.
Giving up on the old method he began developing a way to transfer ink from the front of the a original paper to the back of another plain one.
Over the course of the next few year he perfected his invention and it became widely used in offices around the world even in the twentieth century.

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Portable copying machine by James Watt


Around 1787. he began experimenting with chemicals and started developing bleaching mixtures.
In 1794. Watt has been employed by Thomas Beddoes to manufacture apparatus to produce, clean and store gases for use in the new Pneumatic Institution at Hotwells in Bristol.

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Watt's workshop


Watt retired in 1800, but continued to work as an inventor.
At his home Heathfield Hall in Handsworth he had a workshop where he invented many more things like copying machines for sculptures and medallions.
He died on August 25, 1819. at the age of 83. and was buried on September 2, on the St Mary's Church, Handsworth graveyard.

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Heathfield Hall - Allen Edward Everitt


Thank you very much for taking the time to read! I hope you liked this episode!
I felt that both, Poe and Watt deserve a mention so I couldn't help but take a step into yesterday again!


Sources:
https://en.wikipedia.org
http://www.engineeringhalloffame.org
https://www.britannica.com
http://journal.sciencemuseum.ac.uk
https://www.pinterest.com
http://www.coulborn.com/
https://www.youtube.com


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Teoria de Sistemas 1/3

Bienvenidos a la primera entrega de la teoría de sistemas, espero se suscriban, interactuen y le den Resteem. Gracias @javf1016

TEORIA DE SISTEMAS

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Esta teoría fue creada para describir la estructura y el comportamiento de un sistema. La teoría de sistemas cubre todo tipo específico de sistemas, desde los sistemas técnicos (físicos) hasta los sistemas conceptuales (abstractos), aumentando su nivel de generalización y funcionamiento

Ludwig von Bertalanffy, quien fue el que introdujo la TGS, no tenía intenciones de que fuera una teoría para una ciencia o disciplina en específico si no para los sistemas en general. Lo creo en sentido de una teoría colectiva para problemas de sistemas y estudiarlos en su totalidad

Ludwing von bertanlanffy

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Karl Ludwig von Bertalanffy (19 de septiembre, 1901, Viena, Austria - 12 de junio, 1972, Bufalo, Nueva York, Estados Unidos) fue un biólogo austríaco, reconocido por haber formulado la teoría de sistemas.
Estudi√≥ historia del arte, filosof√≠a y biolog√≠a en la Universidad de Innsbruck y de Viena y, en √©sta √ļltima finaliz√≥ el doctorado en 1926 leyendo su tesis doctoral sobre la psicof√≠sica y Gustav Fechner.
Al plantear la Teoría General de Sistemas concibió una explicación de la vida y la naturaleza como la de un complejo sistema, sujeto a interacciones dinámicas. Más tarde adoptó estas ideas a la realidad social y a las estructuras organizadas. Con esta nueva teoría se retoma la visión holística e integradora para entender la realidad.
Para este autor es muy importante ver las características de cada sistema: si es cerrado o abierto, flexible, permeable, centralizado, adaptable, estable,... Esta teoría no tiene como fin solucionar problemas sino generar teorías y formulaciones conceptuales que puedan crear condiciones de aplicación práctica en la realidad.
Murió el 12 de junio de 1972 en Bufalo, estados unidos

¬ŅQu√© es un sistema?
Llamamos sistema a la ¬ęsuma total de partes que funcionan independientemente pero conjuntamente para lograr productos o resultados requeridos, bas√°ndose en las necesidades¬Ľ. ‚Äúkaufman‚ÄĚ
Seg√ļn el diccionario de la real academia espa√Īola, sistema es el conjunto de reglas o principios sobre una materia racionalmente enlazados entre s√≠, o el conjunto de cosas que ordenadamente relacionadas entre s√≠ contribuyen a determinado objeto.

Tipos de sistemas

http://onegolive.com/images/Servicios/integracion_sistemas/principal_integracion_sistemas.jpg

  • Seg√ļn la complejidad de las partes o elementos que lo componen.

Simple: Aquellos que se componen de elementos simples con una estructura orelaciones sencillas o est√°ticas. ‚ÄúEjem: el √°tomo, las mol√©culas‚ÄĚ.

Complejo: Constituido de subsistemas donde cada uno puede estar formado de partes o de otros subsistemas entrelazadas cuyos v√≠nculos crean informaci√≥n adicional no visible antes por el observador. ‚ÄúEje: colonia de insectos, hormigas, peces‚ÄĚ.

  • De acuerdo al modo de constituci√≥n o material:

Físico: Los componentes son palpables, se puede tocar a través de los sentidos. Es un agregado de objetos o entidades materiales entre cuyas partes existe una vinculación o interacción de tipo causa.

Abstracto: Constituido por componentes, conceptos, términos abstraídos de la realidad

  • De acuerdo al movimiento:

Est√°ticos: no tienen movimiento
Din√°micos: tienen movimiento

  • De acuerdo a su naturaleza:

Vivos: tienen vida
Inertes: carecen de vida

  • De acuerdo al intercambio con el medio:

Abierto: tienen intercambio con el medio
Cerrado: no tienen intercambio con el medio

  • De acuerdo a su origen:

Natural: su origen no depende del hombre.
Artificial: depende de otro sistema, creado por el hombre.

  • De acuerdo a la cibern√©tica:

Regulado: tiene retroalimentación
No regulado: no tiene retroalimentación

  • De acuerdo a la dualidad de los sistemas.

Excluyente: una u otra no pueden existir al mismo tiempo.
Complementaria: puede existir uno y al otro mismo tiempo.

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Coding class : moving on to CSS now

Thanks to everybody for your help, I posted an hour ago having some problems with the html. This is harder than I was thinking and its making me sometimes very frustrated but  I really like what im learning. After you finally find the mistake then it seems super easy. Outside its rain and im happy just here with my awesome laptop learning something that is usefull not like in school.

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The Wonderful World Of Words 1/21/17

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Today's word is INSPISSATE.

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DEFINITION:
Verb
  1. to thicken or congeal, often by way of boiling, absorption, or evaporation

ETYMOLOGY/ORIGIN:
1620-30;From Late Latin¬†ńęnspissńĀre, ńęnspissńĀt-,¬†to thicken¬†: Latin¬†in-,¬†causative pref.; see¬†in-2¬†+ Latin¬†spissus,¬†thick.

PRONUNCIATION:
[in-spis-eyt] 


USAGE:

"This INSPISSATE substance is of a dark brown, rather resembling gum than resin, and readily soluble in water.

Karl Ritter von Scherzer

This is done by adding gums, size, sugar, or such other bodies as tend to INSPISSATE and impart to the water a more clammy and thick consistence.

The Handmaid To The Arts
by R. Dossie, 1758


SYNONYMS:

  1. thicken

ANTONYMS:

  1. thin; to thin

SCRABBLE SCORE
12

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Do you use the word ‚ÄúINSPISSATE‚ÄĚ?

Do you know other words that mean ‚Äúevaporate‚ÄĚ or ‚Äúto thin‚ÄĚ? Please let us know because we love words!

Follow me at @wwwords for more uncommon words to add to your ever-expanding lexicon and don't forget to read each daily installment!

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1/13/17
1/12/17
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