Blue shift - levels of undo

How Lin-Manuel Miranda's non-stop work ethic from a young age made 'Hamilton' one of the most successful musicals of all time

The St. Johns River Water Management District develops stage discharge ratings for springs from graphical analysis of current-meter discharge measurements from various monitoring stations on vary­ing schedules and made over a range of stages and discharges. Shifts in measure­ments can be short- or long-term and can be caused by changes in the streambed, vegetation growth, backwater conditions and other variables. Archived data pro­vided are shift corrected, incorporating the mathematical adjust­ments for rating. The shift adjust­ments are applied to the individual ratings as measured data be­comes available, resulting in an adjusted rating. Flow data posted as part of the springs stage dis­charges page is provis­ional and subject to change.

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Our eyes' natural filters do not provide sufficient protection against   blue light rays from the sun, let alone the blue light emanating from these devices or from blue light emitted from fluorescent-light tubes. Prolonged exposure to blue light may cause retinal damage and contribute to age-related macular degeneration, which can lead to loss of vision.

"This is not our view. We've managed to go out and get the view that somebody else might have, whereas the early Apollo pictures of the blue marble were our own view of Earth," Poole says. "Like most people, I saw it in the newspaper not long after it was taken and kind of intellectually I thought, 'This is amazing!' "

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By 1996, color schemes were relatively mixed, as CNN , CBS, ABC, and The New York Times referred to Democratic states with the color blue and Republican ones as red, while Time and The Washington Post used an opposite scheme. [14] [15] [16] NBC used the colour blue for the incumbent party, which is why the Democrats were represented by Blue in 2000.

Thank you for posting this very thoroughly researched review Dr. Champ & most especially for providing the details of the very practical means to achieve quality sleep. I almost didn’t get past your 2nd sentence because I don’t know anyone who wakes up on a saturday morning & doesn’t have any plans for the day – no work, no chores, no responsibility 😉 Seriously though, I’ve actually discontinued waking myself up with alarm clocks for years now after I realized how much more stressful it was to start the day with my heart pounding after being startled awake by the sudden loud blaring sound of my alarm clock. So long as I did not interrupt my daily internal circadium rhythm on the weekends with late nights I generally awake at about the same time without an alarm clock….your suggestion of setting a phone alarm in an adjacent room as backup would be especially useful in winter months when there’s not much natural light in the early hours of the morning as there is the rest of the year. I turn my phone off an hour before I turn in so I’m not charged up just before I try to go to sleep. I’ve even experimented with using a lamp set on a manual electric timer plug to introduce artificial light at a specified time each morning to avoid the jarring sound of an alarm clock. This was of course before the introduction of the gradual daylight device you’ve suggested. I’ve a few followup questions for you: 1. Does the body have a protective mechanism that covers nursing mothers who are woken up every few hours throughout the night for months after delivery to feed their infants? This has been going on since time immemorial but breast cancer has only just been rising in incidence post WWII. 2. I’ve seen the daily rise & fall in melatonin levels – from what I remember it appears to start rising or peaks at ~9PM & drops to minimum at 9AM or so….. what happens in people who get a full complement of 8hrs of sleep but turn in earlier at about 8PM & wake up at 4AM….do they sacrifice the melatonin producing time from 4AM to 9AM or does this shift accordingly/adjust itself? 3. What happens to the level of melatonin production & sleep quality with advancing age & is the detrimental effect of shift work at a younger age irreversible with a more regular sleep schedule later on in life? 4. I seem to remember seeing that statins diminish biochemical production of the chemical intermediate that melatonin is synthesized from in the body. Does that mean that the millions of people who’re put on statins to control their cholesterol levels suffer from poor sleep & face an increased risk of cancer? Once again, appreciate your efforts at shedding light on this important topic & your success in explaining very complex neuroscientific & physiological systems in layman terms.

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