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Michael Moreci (Roche Limit, Wonder Woman, Black Star Renegades) and Hayden Sherman (The Few, Cold War, John Carter: The End) have thrown Philip K. Dick in a blender with Preacher. Take a sip and get wasted.
In 2016, the total wasted vote number skyrocketed to 19,584,091, or 14.3% of the 136,669,276 total votes cast. Both Clinton and Trump received much larger wasted vote numbers as well, with 11,226,361, and 8,357,730 respectively.
For example, in the 1960 election, in which John Kennedy won the national popular vote over Richard Nixon by 112,827 votes, only 6.0% of all votes were wasted, nearly half of the proportion from 2000 and way less than 2016.
Left ventricular (LV) dyssynchrony reduces myocardial efficiency because work performed by one segment is wasted by stretching other segments. In the present study, we introduce a novel noninvasive clinical method that quantifies wasted energy as the ratio between work consumed during segmental lengthening (wasted work) divided by work during segmental shortening. The wasted work ratio (WWR) principle was studied in 6 anesthetized dogs with left bundle branch block (LBBB) and in 28 patients with cardiomyopathy, including 12 patients with LBBB and 10 patients with cardiac resynchronization therapy. Twenty healthy individuals served as controls. Myocardial strain was measured by speckle tracking echocardiography, and LV pressure (LVP) was measured by micromanometer and a previously validated noninvasive method. Segmental work was calculated by multiplying strain rate and LVP to get instantaneous power, which was integrated to give work as a function of time. A global WWR was also calculated. In dogs, WWR by estimated LVP and strain showed a strong correlation (r = 0.94) and good agreement with WWR by the LV micromanometer and myocardial segment length by sonomicrometry. In patients, noninvasive WWR showed a strong correlation (r = 0.96) and good agreement with WWR using the LV micromanometer. Global WWR was 0.09 ± 0.03 in healthy control subjects, 0.36 ± 0.16 in patients with LBBB, and 0.21 ± 0.09 in cardiomyopathy patients without LBBB. Cardiac resynchronization therapy reduced global WWR from 0.36 ± 0.16 to 0.17 ± 0.07 (P < 0.001). In conclusion, energy loss due to incoordinated contractions can be quantified noninvasively as the LV WWR. This method may be applied to evaluate the mechanical impact of dyssynchrony.
Children can be stunted and wasted at the same time. Having both deficits greatly elevates risk of mortality. The analysis aimed to estimate the prevalence and burden of children aged 6-59 months concurrently wasted and stunted. Data from demographic and health survey and Multi-indicator Cluster Surveys datasets from 84 countries were analysed. Overall prevalence for being wasted, stunted, and concurrently wasted and stunted among children 6 to 59 months was calculated. A pooled prevalence of concurrence was estimated and reported by gender, age, United Nations regions, and contextual categories. Burden was calculated using population figures from the global joint estimates database. The pooled prevalence of concurrence in the 84 countries was 3.0%, 95% CI [2.97, 3.06], ranging from 0% to 8.0%. Nine countries reported a concurrence prevalence greater than 5%. The estimated burden was 5,963,940 children. Prevalence of concurrence was highest in the 12- to 24-month age group 4.2%, 95% CI [4.1, 4.3], and was significantly higher among boys 3.54%, 95% CI [3.47, 3.61], compared to girls; 2.46%, 95% CI [2.41, 2.52]. Fragile and conflict-affected states reported significantly higher concurrence 3.6%, 95% CI [3.5, 3.6], than those defined as stable 2.24%, 95% CI [2.18, 2.30]. This analysis represents the first multiple country estimation of the prevalence and burden of children concurrently wasted and stunted. Given the high risk of mortality associated with concurrence, the findings indicate a need to report on this condition as well as investigate whether these children are being reached through existing programmes.
This is a song that I heard the beat in the studio and I just free styled to it pretty much. I think that was just a normal day at the studio. I had that in my mind before, for another song, that wasted part, but the rest of the song is just off the top. That was a previous idea, I never recorded it.
Growing, raising, processing, and delivering food uses resources such as water, land, fuel, packaging materials, and more. These processes also contribute to air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. When food spoils or is thrown away before we eat it, the resources that went into creating the food are wasted. The food takes up space in landfills and releases greenhouse gases as it decomposes, rather than nourishing people or helping alleviate food insecurity.
The traffic decline associated with the pandemic resulted in only half as much fuel being wasted in 2020 compared to 2019. Total excess fuel consumed due to congestion in 2020 was 1.7 billion gallons, the lowest since 1994. Before 2020, the trend was steadily rising to a peak of nearly 3.5 billion gallons in 2019. About 20% of the excess fuel in 2020 was consumed by heavy trucks. 59ce067264