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Postby dipjyoti » Thu Sep 28, 2006 5:42 am

I support Dr.Stein's logic. But what about the young ones?
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Postby chemistry_freako » Thu Sep 28, 2006 6:18 am

Hmm, isn't it cepat jalan?
化学は、最高です

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Postby Dr.Stein » Thu Sep 28, 2006 9:34 am

dipjyoti wrote:But what about the young ones?

What do you mean? :?

@chemistry_freako: What do you mean? You speak Indonesian/Malayan? :roll:
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Postby dipjyoti » Fri Sep 29, 2006 4:46 am

How the young ones breath while running? From nose or mouth? N why?
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Postby Dr.Stein » Fri Sep 29, 2006 6:36 am

Young people, who doesn't understand about the technique, e.g. children usually apply thoracis respiration (I have no idea the correct spell, the other technique is diaphragma respiration). That's why children use to experience coughing and/or difficulties to breath normally after running fastly or running for long times. The ones who can manage this kind of respiration well won't experience this. In high school, sport/athletics class, teacher usually teaches how to manage our breath to have a good mechanism during sport. This class helps me out to differ among walking, running, jumping, and also helps me to manage my breath since I also involved in open-air theatrical activities which needs a good stamina to produce loud clear voice (not screaming) without microphone or loudspeaker ;)
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Postby dipjyoti » Sat Sep 30, 2006 8:02 am

Thanx Dr. May be it is Thorasic Respiration.
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Postby Dr.Stein » Sat Sep 30, 2006 9:51 pm

I hope it answered your question.
Btw, I read your sig and am interested to know further about it. If you do not mind could you please telling me what you did/do in those fields. I always get interested on research, people's research from different science from me, that's how I learn something 8) Thank you in advance :)
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Postby dipjyoti » Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:27 am

Sorry for late!
I'm a National Child Scientist of India[Catalysed & Supported by: RVPSP-DST, Govt. of India; Technology Bhavan New Delhi].

I've ran a scientific project on the theme "BIO-ACCUMULATION OF HEAVY METALS IN THE EAST CALCUTTA WETLAND AND ITS HEALTH HAZARDS", by the help of Mr.Utpal Chakraborty and Dr.Sandeep Roy.

Wetland act as the Kidney of the Environment. I'm very eager to send you further information on wetland & our Ramsar Community. If you wishes too???
I also send my project abstract, if you wishes!

Thanks, Dr. you spend lots of time for me.
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Postby Dr.Stein » Tue Oct 03, 2006 8:24 am

Actually, I am a "lab creature", I prefer to snuggle in my nest tinkering with microscope rather than going to the field collecting data. However, since my project now is about seahorses, which is included to vulnerable category in IUCN Red List, I become concern to their natural habitat. Though I take my specimen from a seafarming, not directly from wildlife, but I want to take part in managing and maintaining their natural habitat, which one of them is wetland (mangrove).

My first step was writing articles about it and get it published. It is available in Wetlands International - Indonesia Programme 8) My second step is making a proposal under my university for our UIC Program (a join among University, Industry, Government/Community).

If you have decent and recent references about wetlands condition worldwide, I would like to have it too. Thanks in advance :)
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Postby dipjyoti » Mon Oct 09, 2006 7:55 am

Sorry DR.Stein, I'm late to ans you. I'll provide the information about ECW[EAST CALCUTTA WETLAND], and SUNDARBAN[MANGROVE FOREST] as per as quickly! May be Dwight Peck[Communications Officer,Ramsar,IUCN] send me about the IUCN Red list. But I had lost it. Can you tell me what is that?

Actually I'm a Epileptic patient with Tonic-Clonic, Absence and Myoclonic Jerks! That is why I can't do prompt replys. Sorry for that!

We have many documentary flims on Natural Habitats, Swamps, Mangroves by the help of world bank. But we don't know where to publish it? Can you help us?

We are also in festive mood now, due to in our country it is Dassera or Durga Puja. You can watch it by just log in to http://anandautsav.com/ and watch our grand festival.
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Postby dipjyoti » Sat Oct 14, 2006 9:27 am

Thanx for the info! Cadance breathing is a new term to me.
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Postby Dr.Stein » Sun Oct 15, 2006 5:00 am

Breathing Cadence.. That's actually what I tried to explain. I dunno the method name til keef told us here 8) Thank you, my dear :)
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