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Barry travels to Earth-3 to find a way to see the future where the Monitor claims

Barry travels to Earth-3 to find a way to see the future where the Monitor claims he dies. Meanwhile, Cecile is torn between her powers and her career when she uses her empathic powers to discover that a young metahuman is innocent of murder Star LabsTime Vault: Barry sits in the Time Vault as he tells Iris that he has stared at the newspaper for so many years and always felt like if he vanished in the coming crisis, then maybe he was still out there somewhere looking for a way to come back to Iris. Iris says that they have changed the article before from the original one which said it was a fight with Thawne that caused him to disappear, but The Monitor has told them that it doesn’t happen, so they can change the future again. She asks Barry what they should do first, and he suggests that he goes to see the Crisis for himself. —Alleyway in Central City Ramsey meets with Gat’s partner, Mitch Romero, who shows him another gun powered by Dark Matter. As Ramsey goes to pay, Mitch says that the price is $5,000 more rather than the original price. Ramsey grabs for the case, telling Mitch that he’ll get the rest of the money. As he grabs for the case, the thug goes for his gun. Ramsey...

It’s been about a year and a half since shareable e-scooters entered popular culture in earnest.

It’s been about a year and a half since shareable e-scooters entered popular culture in earnest. Deployed en masse in San Francisco in the spring of 2018, scooters were immediately hailed as harbingers of a new micro-mobility revolution—or derided as a public safety menace and symbol of tech bro arrogance run amok, depending on who you asked. Today, in the U.S., policy concerning shareable e-scooters is as varied and inconsistent as public opinion. San Francisco banned them, then unbanned them, but in limited numbers and subject to permitting. Portland, Oregon, eventually allowed them as part of a pilot program. This past summer, New York State passed new and somewhat confusing legislation pertaining to e-bikes and e-scooters that legalizes both but specifically prohibits shared scooters in Manhattan, though in any case the bill remains unsigned by the governor, and so such conveyances remain in a state of legal limbo most effectively summed up with a *shrug* emoji.  For all the regional inconsistency regarding e-scooters, there’s one thing upon which most people seem to agree: they are dangerous. At least 11 people have died since the advent of the “e-scooter boom,” and there’s...

Global Air Cushion Film Market Analysis, Opportunities,Trends and Forecast from 2019-2025

Research Trades highlights the industry report which provides projections for speculations from 2019 till 2025. SWOT Analysis and PESTEL analysis is considered. Also, Forecast CAGR value XX.XX% further development in revenue XX. XX USD By 2025 is served. The global Air Cushion Film market was valued at million US$ in 2018 and will reach million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of during 2019-2025. This report focuses on Air Cushion Film volume and value at global level, regional level and company level. From a global perspective, this report represents overall Air Cushion Film market size by analyzing historical data and future prospect. Regionally, this report categorizes the production, apparent consumption, export and import of Air Cushion Film in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India. For each manufacturer covered, this report analyzes their Air Cushion Film manufacturing sites, capacity, production, ex-factory price, revenue and market share in global market. The following manufacturers are covered: FP International Sokufol Wessex Packaging Green Light Products Bingjia Technology Chaoyang Freedom Jaineeket Enterprise … Segment by Type PE Air...

Ken Beckwith is a field engineer with EMF based in Nebraska. Being a hands-on engineer, Ken

Ken Beckwith is a field engineer with EMF based in Nebraska. Being a hands-on engineer, Ken has done his share of construction over the years. One of his projects was the construction of an octagonal-shaped AM loop EAS antenna using PVC pipe. Before you begin this project, check out the completed antenna, shown in Fig. 1. The visual will help you piece all the angled elbows and tees together. Construction starts with one tee, to which you attach two 4-inch pieces to the arms of the tee. The 2-1/4-inch piece attaches to the bottom of the tee. The 90-degree elbow attaches to the other end of the 2-1/4-inch piece, but save that step until later. Two 45-degree elbows attach to the 4-inch pieces so they lay flat. This is so the “tail” of the tee is at 90 degrees, as shown in Fig. 2. The 9-1/2-inch pieces of PVC attach to the elbows next. Then, another set of elbows and another set of 9-1/2-inch pieces. Continue with a third set of elbows, and the 9-1/2-inch pieces. Attach the 2-1/8-inch pieces to the last elbows. The “tee box” is connected to the 2-1/8-inch pieces, so the bottom of the tee sticks up parallel with the tee at the top of the antenna. Attach the 23-1/4-inch piece to the ...

MIM Parts Market demand to hit USD 5.2 Bn by 2026: Global Market Insights, Inc.

According to a report by Global Market Insights, Inc., the metal injection molding parts market forecast to exceed US$ 5 billion by 2026. Growing demand from electronics industry is fueling the MIM parts market growth. Growing aerospace industry across the globe will fuel the MIM parts business growth over the forecast period. Recovery in GDP growth, stabilization of crude oil prices and growth in passenger travel in Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Latin America is likely to drive the commercial aircraft sectors growth in coming years. In aerospace industry, metal injection molding technique used to manufacture various components such as compressor blades, bushings, rotors, fasteners, brackets, inlets, etc. Moreover, recovery in U.S. defense budget as well as increased defense spending from other countries such as China, Japan, India and Saudi Arabia are expected positively impact the defense aircraft demand during the forecast timespan. Decreasing cost of technology and sustained development of new technologies are expected to boost the consumer electronics industry in next few years. MIM in consumer electronics industry used in fiber optic parts, smartphone parts, lightning ...

UNF artists reveal sculptures in Jacksonville’s oldest urban park – News – The Florida Times-Union

Olivia Warro hunched over a square concrete pad, drilling the last bolt in place to secure her 8-foot-6-inch sculpture. Warro, 23, spent four months building and welding her light gray and green piece called “Deer” out of steel pipes. “I was inspired by bringing some wildlife into downtown Jacksonville, bringing some green into the urban center,” Warro said. “It feels so dry sometimes in a city. . .” Recent UNF graduates Warro, Stephen Magyar and Jenn Peek sourced their own materials, engineered and then transformed their small sculptures a couple of feet tall into the large-scale models. After about a year of planning, designing and building, the sculptures were installed near the fountain area in Hemming Park on Monday where they will remain for a year. Jenny Hager, a UNF sculpture professor, said the process began last fall with a competition for the students to construct small models of items relating to native Florida plants and animals or local history and then present them to a committee. The committee of people from UNF, the Museum of Contemporary Art and members and artists of the downtown Jacksonville community were selected to vote...

In Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward, newly built modern on Boulevard aims to fetch $925K

This “exquisite” three-bedroom on the neighborhood’s south end was initially listed for $125K cheaper In Old Fourth Ward, this sleek contemporary residence that maximizes a slim corner lot first blipped the listings radar late last year, when it was under construction—and priced at $800,000 even. It’s back this week, now finished, with a $925,000 price tag that aims to set a new bar for the immediate area, as posted by Keller Knapp Realty. Within barking distance of local landmarks like bar-restaurant-dog-park Fetch and Church tavern, the “exquisite” three-bedroom, three-bathroom modern has claimed a vacant lot where Boulevard meets Gartrell Street, between Edgewood Avenue and Decatur Street. With a transit hub, the Beltline, and Edgewood Avenue food and drink options so close, the WalkScore here registers at a stellar 93. The home’s 2,444 square feet take a majority of the lot, with a two-vehicle carport (and EV charging capabilities) in the back. There’s said to be an automatic gate, but it’s not clear where that is. Highlights include the two elevated patios—off the master bedroom and front, with skyline views—the double-height living room, fixed speakers around every corner...