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Postage stamp and is the subject of two new biographies. Hurston, an anthropology student working with Franz Boas, collected spoken word stories at small towns and turpentine harvesting plantations in Florida. Her book is to black humor what Allan Lomax’s field recordings of the 1940s are to the history of blues, gospel and field music.
We started with a Margherita pizza and slices of filet mignon, chased by a family of finger long jumbo shrimp, a deviled egg and grilled asparagus. Paolo, still in Euro mode after a week in Provence, came back with a continental plate and raved over the creamy duck rillette. Greg went straight for the seafood buffet, the perfect accompaniment to his Mimosa.
Was just on my way to meet him at the gym now, actually I gotta go. Dennis just stares. Mac zips his water bottle into his duffel bag, then heads for the door. To tackle how advanced civilizations would go about living in such a Universe, Dr. Hooper begins by assuming that the civilizations in question would be a Type III on the Kardashev scale. Named in honor of Russian astrophysicist Nikolai Kardashev, a Type III civilization would have reached galactic proportions and could control energy on a galactic scale.
Experiment 2 showed the degree of compensation remained the same for sounds presented at different azimuths, although the precision of performance declined when the sound was eccentric. We discuss two possible explanations for incomplete compensation, one based on differences in the accuracy of signals encoding image motion and self movement, and one concerning statistical optimisation that sacrifices accuracy for precision. We then consider the degree to which such explanations can be applied to auditory motion perception in moving listeners..