Green Lantern Walkthrough Part 1 100% all upgrade collectibles No Commentary
Rise of the Manhunters is inspired by the feature movie, which brings the popular DC Comics super hero to the big screen. In the video game players will utilize over a dozen constructs and take flight across the deepest parts of the Universe to restore intergalactic order by wielding the ultimate the Green Lantern power ring.
Green Rise of the Manhunters Walkthrough Part 1 (PS3, X360, Wii) 100% Mission 1
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The ability to measure air speed is foundational to environmental research. In this video, Dr. Shawn* introduces the field of “thermal anemometry” by demonstrating how to construct a unique anemometer from inexpensive and easy to acquire materials that can, without moving parts, accurately assess the movement of even tiny air currents.
There’s nothing more empowering for a citizen scientist than being to able to monitor and control experiments using a home computer. To show how easy an experimenter’s life can be with the right tools, Dr. Shawn demonstrates how to use the LabJack T7-Pro to calibrate the anemometer by using its WiFi feature to deliver data from a rotating platform, something that, before the advent of WiFi DAQs like the T7-Pro, was notoriously difficult to do.
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LabJack T7 & T7-Pro
Technical Notes on thermocouples
Also, check out the LabJack T4. It’s a lower-cost alternative to the T7.
LINKS TO PRODUCTS THAT ARE NECESSARY TO CONSTRUCT THIS
Metal USA Ball Company
100 Ohm 1/4 W
Dr. Shawn purchased his thermocouple wire from Murphy’s Electronics Surplus store, in El Cajon, California which is near his home, so he could inspect the wire and make certain that it would be stiff enough for this application. The product linked to here is less stiff than the material showed in the video. If it does not stand in its own, than you can create a support structure using a coat hanger wire to mount the device.
IF YOU DECIDED TO GOLD PLATE YOUR SENSOR
Nickel (Need x2)
Digital Power Supply (Optional)
*Shawn Carlson holds a Ph.D. in nuclear physics from UC Los Angeles. He is the founder of the Society for Amateur Scientists, LabRats Science Education Program, and Engagement Education. His work has been featured in numerous national publications. He is a former columnist for Scientific American magazine, and a winner of the MacArthur “genius” Prize for his innovative approaches to inspiring people to love learning STEM. and