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Accidental Damage: This involves operating system (OS) failure, in which lost files are copied to another disk. This is performed by mounting the system disk or the removable media. Files are then transferred from the system drive to the backup disks via a file manager or an optical disc authoring software. This type of data loss risk can often be mitigated by regularly copying or storing valuable data on different partitions.
Disk Failure: This involves failure of hard disk, disk partition, or a file system. Data, in such cases, can be retrieved by repairing file system, master boot record, or through hard disk recovery methods such as hard drive firmware, hardware replacements on a damaged disk, and software based corrupted data recovery. In case of recovering data from hard disks failure, engineers focus on one-time recovery or retrieving data that can be easily read.
File Deleted from Storage System: In this case, content of the deleted or lost file is not immediately removed from the drive and hence can be recovered in multiple fragments.
Staircases look pretty simple, don’t they? Vertical boards and horizontal boards nailed to a form, and voila! In fact, building stairs is much more complicated than it looks.
You must be very precise in your measurements and calculations. Remember the phrase, “measure twice, cut once”. Well, with stairs, you might want to measure three or four times and calculate at least twice before cutting.
Technically, it’s really not a difficult task to build a short set of stairs for your do-it-yourself project, but it is challenging to get it just right.
Consider local building requirements
Before beginning to build your stairs, whether it’s for a deck, porch, or shed, you must check with your local building requirements. Municipalities have strict guidelines for step building, because they must be built safely. Do not skip this step!
Staircases are made of three basic parts.
1) Stringers– The framework of the staircase is its stringers. The stringers are boards cut in the shape of the stairway if you were looking at it from the side. This is a crucial piece to have cut right. You may be able to find it at your do it yourself store in the right size and save yourself a lot of hassle and time.
Having the correct stringer is the basis of building stairs. It will determine all aspects of the size of the stairway, including the rise (height of each step) and the run (depth of each step, front to back). For standard steps, you’ll need three stringers. One will go on each end of the steps, and one will run up the middle.
2) Risers – Risers are attached to the front of the stingers. They form the vertical portion of each step, also known as the rise. Many people install outdoor steps, on decks and such, without risers, but that’s not a good idea. It’s easy for people’s feet to slip through and may pose a danger to children and pets. In addition, risers can protect the framework of the stairs from the elements.
3) Treads – The horizontal portions of the stairs are the treads. These are the pieces you step on, and they are the last piece you install when you are building stairs.
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Architects have been dedicated to using and disseminating moldings as one of the fundamental elements of classical design. These are nothing more than the expanded parts of the uniform profile that serve to adorn, reinforce or facilitate the works of carpentry, architecture and constructive works in general. Its function obeys an ornamental need: get the objects and buildings stand out against their surroundings. Do you want your house to have its own personality and highlight its Decorative Plaster Mouldings qualities? Below we give you the necessary steps to achieve it.
Types of frames
Manufacturers have many mouldings of all kinds and sizes, and whose uses are also very large. These pieces give to the different rooms an aesthetic air similar to the traditional rooms and, at the same time that act like auction or added, serve to fine tune the volumes too rigid.
The most representative used in DIY and carpentry are: round or bar, cake, cornice, ribbon or square, table, stained glass, jamb, corner, skirting board, pilaster, collar and half cane.
Decorative Plaster Mouldings
With this name is called the set of mouldings that form the top of a building, room, stand, furniture, etc. They get a proper harmony between wall and ceiling, which brings a sense of extraordinary finish. Acquires great importance that materials consist, highlighting two: gypsum and synthetic, for example, polyurethane.
It is recommended that non-professionals in the sector use, the latter is less complicated than the plaster and does not require the use of specific tools for installation or manipulation.
Finally, we highlight the mouldings prefabricated concrete solving the construction of these ornamental elements at a lower cost than those made manually on the site. Once placed, they do not need maintenance. Its features are:
- Color: are produced in white and beige.
Being a self-supporting piece is placed on a brick or block factory. Its ‘U’ shape allows it to be used as a reinforcement, with the advantages of saving, time and material.
Complimentary two models have interior and exterior parts angle as well as the end piece.
Many inequalities exist between gypsum and synthetics. The polyurethane, plastic material, is lighter and more resistant than the plaster and its installation is fast and simple, at the same time that it cleans and does not require so many revisions. Still, for tastes are the colors and many are inclined to use the plaster, especially those of classic trends.
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Plaster Cornice & Mouldings Installation
In order to carry out the placement of the cornices we have to take into account the two options that we have, as we know, plaster and polyurethane. Once decanted by one of them, the process begins. The implementation of these decorative elements is simple, just enough to have the right tools and be systematic at work.
The tools we need are:
- Two easels, preferably metal, plus one or two boards work to place them on easels. If we do not have them, we can use a ladder.
- Strips made of plaster or polyurethane.
- Cement glue for plaster and special fixing paste for polyurethane (in the case of the plaster buy a bucket to prepare the tail).
- A spatula.
- A tracer boot.
- A miter box.
First, we must decide how we want to place the Plaster Cornice because it can be separated from the wall, which will only be held by the roof, or will be held by the wall and ceiling. Regardless of this, we must mark the distance to which it will be placed, drawing a horizontal line that will guide us with the tracer boot. We have to point out the entire perimeter of the room.
To begin with the installation proper cut one of the corners of the cornice with the box of ingletar. Once placed, proceed to the straight parts, applying the glue above the cornice, either with silicone tube, or paste, with a spatula. We pressed it to its location and pressed a few seconds on the wall. With what is left of pasta and a spatula, we fill in the remaining imperfections.
Remember that if the Decorative Plaster Mouldings Cornice is, we need to grate previously with a screwdriver the surface where it will be installed to prevent sticking to the paint rather than the plaster wall and do not take chances to discard. To finish, fill the imperfections with the same paste, removing the excess with a damp sponge and if necessary, sand it. Then we only have to paint, always remembering that with polyurethane we cannot use paints that contain solvents, as they attack the molding until it ends up destroying it.
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Many people who suffer from recurrent episodes of sciatica are looking for alternatives to traditional medicine and modern efforts to get relief from pain and other symptoms of sciatica. More and more patients are concerned about the pain medication too frequently and are looking for alternative sciatica relief measures. There are a number of ways to approach the management of sciatica like massage therapy, yoga, Chiropractic Care Denver. It is however very important to first find the underlying cause of sciatica, because the pain from sciatica is just a symptom, albeit a very annoying one, of a probably very serious injury or disease affecting the sciatic nerve. You and your doctor should consult closely to find the cause of your pain before adopting any kind of sciatic nerve treatment for pain.
Relief is the first priority for people with sciatica, even if it’s an episodic experience sciatica, acute or chronic. Sciatica alternative treatments are often able to provide this assistance without the use of drugs.
Many people find that the combination of therapies and treatment works best to relieve sciatica.
- Bed rest is suggested for management of chronic sciatica, but has recently shown that staying active and moving is definitely much better.
- Adopt a more active lifestyle is also a great advantage for chronic sciatica like exercise that helps strengthen the muscles in the body that support the spine.
- Regular exercise releases more endorphins, which are the body’s natural painkiller. The incorporation of moderate exercise on most days of the week is a good habit to get into, it can be rapid walking, swimming or cycling for at least 30 minutes.
- Yoga is also good to relieve the symptoms of chronic sciatica.
In addition to exercise and increased ordinary activities in general, your doctor may recommend chiropractic adjustment. A Chiropractor will teach you specific exercises aimed at stretching and strengthening core muscles to improve posture, support your back and maintain the flexibility of the spine.
Sciatica Home Treatment
You can also be proactive and help yourself at home.
- Applying a cold pack when the pain hits, and then use heat packs for pain relief.
- Continue to do twenty minutes of specific exercises for sciatica each day, Or at least 30 minutes of exercise several times a week.
- Make sure your diet is a balanced diet; drink plenty of water and eating plenty of fruits and vegetables to give your body the best chance to heal itself.
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If you are tired of undergoing dental procedures regarding the gum recession periodontal disease, it will be a good thing that you are aware of some home remedies. You may think that these treatments may be useless since you can visit anytime that you want, but think about the situation if, you experience an extreme toothache in the middle of the night. Of course, there will no longer be a dental clinic that is open for unexpected hours. This is where home remedies can come in handy. However, you no longer have to suffer from the pains brought by a receding gums toothache because of the many home remedies you can use to acquire toothache pain relief. With the availability of these home remedies, you can receive instant and temporary relief from the pain and discomfort brought by a toothache.
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“…hardly anyone, to my knowledge, is expressing concern about the removal of humans from the roles within the ecosystem that we have evolved to play, and that Nature has evolved to have us play. Nor is anyone conducting studies to determine what these roles were or what changes have occurred because we no longer fulfill them. Most important, perhaps, no one is trying to reintroduce humans into the environment to have us resume our duties as hunters, herders, gatherers, and whatever else, even though we’re going to great ends to restore animals that have played much less significant roles.”
On a recent camping trip in eastern Oregon I stopped at the visitor’s center for the historical Peter French Round Barn in Harney County. The barn and the visitor’s center are well worth a visit. The visitor’s center has an amazing book selection, mostly concerning the American West. I wanted so many, but I had to choose just one: Gardners of Eden: Rediscovering Our Importance To Nature by Dan Dagget. I was particularly drawn in by cover quotes from one of my favorite ethnobotanists, Gary Nabhan, author of several books about indigenous plant use in the Sonoran desert. I was surprised I had never heard of this book, but when I saw that it was published by a charitable trust it all made more sense. The author is a former environmental activist, and the book in many ways looks like a glossy brochure for an environmental group, laden with pictures, side quotes and, large margins. That is not a bad thing, it was an easy and beautiful read that I devoured in just a few days.
Disgruntled and frustrated by “leave it alone” environmentalism, Dan gives numerous examples of how human interaction is an integral part of natural ecosystems, and how most ecosystems rely on disturbance of some kind such as fire or grazing or harvesting to be healthy. He is a particular fan of the “poop and stomp” method of habitat restoration whereby cattle are brought into a desertified area such as an abandoned mine, which is strewn with hay and straw and native seed, which they eat and grind into the ground fertilizing it while at the same time creating divets with their hooves for rainwater to collect in. Another method he is a fan of is the building of trincheras which are small stone dams that pool water and stop erosion. Being much like the small dams that children build for play, these do not stop the water but merely slow it, and it is not important or devasating if they wash out because the idea is you can build dozens or even hundreds of them on one stream.
This book comes off as one long rant, which some people might find annoying. I find it humorous. It would make an excellent companion to Samuel Thayer’s latest wild foods guide Nature’s Garden which is also hilariously ranty. My only criticism is that the book focuses mainly on the west/southwest and that I would like to see more non-cattle ranching related examples of how modern humans can restore ecosystems. It would be great to see it expanded for more bioregions, and while I personally have no problems with the use of domestic animals raised humanely and on a small scale, I would love to see some other examples, okay, do I need to spell it out? This may not be happening in too many places, but I would like to see hunting and gathering being deliberately used for restoration, and also to keep environments from deteriorating further. The author points that when the Forest Service is making management decisions it does not prepare impact statements for leaving the land alone, even though this could be very harmful. Wouldn’t it be amazing to see a public policy that actually required hunting and gathering!?
I’m an anarchist at heart, but I like to play a little game called if I were President of the World, (this can entertain for days on a roadtrip) and if I were president of the world I would turn over the management of public lands to the tribes which originally inhabited them with similar restrictions on development but allowing traditional cultural uses including dwelling and gathering. In fact, a National Park Service rule that would allow tribes to collect plants minerals from parks and that admits that traditional gathering helps preserve plant communities has been been propsed, but it is experiencing strong backlash from a group called Public Employees for Environmental Purposes who believe that doing so would open the door to commercial level harvest and threaten endangered species. (National Park Service Moving To Let Tribes Collect Plants, Minerals From Parks For Traditional Practices), Naturally, there are also racist undertones to the resistance.
Another idea that I’ve had would be to start a land trust or hunting and gathering collective of some sort… The quote I used in the introduction also bespeaks of ecopsychology: how does shirking our duties as caretakers affect not only the land, but our bodies and minds? Perhaps Gardner’s of Eden Volume II is a book I need to write. So if you are currently working on a project of this nature, lets talk.
Awhile ago I wrote about leg waxing with sugar. But since I’m always interested in going even more “primy”, I wanted to try a more free and bio-regionally available body hair remover. So when my friend Brian gave me a full can of pine pitch I knew just what I was going to do with it. Sometimes pitch is hard and crystally, but this stuff was naturally soft like taffy. I warmed it up inside a pot of boiling water, double boiler style, and tried it out. Lo and behold it worked just like the sugar, maybe even better.
From what I can see, one advantage is the pitch is liquid at a lower temperature so its less easy to burn yourself, and also you don’t have to boil it, and either use a thermometer or test it repeatedly to get it to the right consistency. The disadvantage is sugar dissolves in hot water, pitch doesn’t so its harder to clean up. I would recommend doing it outside or on newspaper, using a dedicated container like the aluminum can for melting and a dedicated pitch utensil like a flat stick or butter knife for stirring and spreading.
Then be careful not to get it all over. You’ll get some of it stuck to you anyway. As my friends in Northern California know, alcohol or oil helps dissolve resin. I found a rancid glob of butter in my fridge and used that to get off the remaining sticky. It worked like a charm. Then I rinsed my legs because I didn’t want them to smell like rancid butter, even though they were very smooth and shiny and a great photo op at this point…next up, bikini line! ouch.
‘Tis the season for wild carrot (Daucus carota), also known as Queen Anne’s Lace. Now I know what everyone is thinking, “but wild carrot looks so much like poison hemlock that I’m scared to eat it.” I could address the differences here but you know what, I don’t think they look the same at all and I don’t cater to scaredy cats. Figure it out for yourself. There are plenty of resources out there, read them. Then take out your field guide, open it to the drawings and put your bar stool video game skills use playing “spot the difference”.
Urban Scout and I recently found the longest wild carrots ever growing in some piles of loose dirt in his Mom’s yard. I would estimate these to be 4 times longer than your average wild carrot, so unless you stumble upon a loose dirt pile or you start tilling of patches of soil with your digging stick like hunter gathers did (yes, primitive people cultivated the land, get with the picture) don’t expect your harvest to look like ours.
For eating, you want to find first year carrots. These are ones without flowers. They have only a basal rosette of leaves. You will likely find first year plants growing next to second year plants to aid your identification. These roots will be more fibrous and much less sweet than a domestic carrot. They are best cooked. I made a beef stew out of ours. Wildman Steve Brill uses them in carrot cake.
You can eat the wild carrot in its basal rosette form any time of year. So why is this THE season? Because the “bird nests”, the brown seed heads, have a long history of use as birth control (Yes, duh, of course primitive people had birth control, where have you been?). Funny that such a prolific and difficult to control weed would be good for just the opposite. Now I haven’t used the seeds as birth control myself, except as backup, and I don’t usually like to write about things I can’t vouch for, but I think this is important enough to make an exception.
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This herb is generally used like a morning after pill. One commonly discussed method is chewing up and eating the seeds, but the tea or tincture may be more effective. The flowers can also be used alone or with the seeds. There are a variety of options. Robin Rose now generally recommends that the tincture be used 3 times after intercourse, once every 8-12 hours, at a dosage of 1/2-1 dropperful each, seeds and flowers. She emphasizes not taking it too much, that withdrawl from the herb is part of its effect. So I emailed and asked the obvious question: What if you are having sex every day!? Would you take it only when you were most fertile? Her response was quick and concise:
“This question has certainly come up before. You could use that approach, take it only during fertile times, it works great unless you have a second ovulation or ovulate at a different time than usual during a month…so I’m more confident with that approach with women who chart their cycles /take their temperature, etc. What I would do is lower the dosage to one time after each intercourse instead of 3 times. And take breaks from the wild carrot when you are absolutely sure you’re not as fertile. Hope that helps.”
Maybe someday I can convince Urban Scout to try out this post-apocalyptic method of birth control. Either way, when you wake up from a wild night, remember the wild carrot!
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