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Harvard Scientists Reverse Deafness

We grow old. Our vision and hearing wears away as time passes. The sound of music no longer makes an impact as it did in youthful days. We constantly stretch fingers towards volume knobs for maximum gain. Embarrassing situations demand louder conversation and nagging to ‘speak up.’ Ears recall fading echoes growing ever more faint. […]

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Paste & Thickened Tailings Resources

Spent time setting up sessions for the upcoming conference on paste and thickened tailings in 2013.  Along the way, I checked out recent web additions on the topic.  Here is what I wrote as a result–I post as the links may be helpful. The book that probably started it all is Thickened Tailings Disposal in […]

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Elements of Successful Product and Quality Management

Principal elements of Successful Product and Quality Management : (1) focus on the consumer; (2) support of the company’s organizational culture; (3) proper equipment and techniques; (4) quality of Human Resources (HR). Quality of Human Resources (HR) is the key of Successful Product and Quality Management. The way of human resource development : training or […]

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Chile Earthquake and Tailings Seismic Response

A 5.7 earthquake has just rattled the building here in Santiago where I sit. This link tells us the magnitude, location, and depth—a real deep 95km. I was sort of day-dreaming my way through compilation of a PowerPoint presentation, when the computer started to shake and I heard the noise of the windows and screens. […]

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A Seven-Step Problem Solving Cycle

Problem Solving is a skill and a process which you can learn. You can implement the process to help you solve a problem by following the seven steps outlined in this Learning Guide. Once you have learned the steps and begun to implement the process, problem solving will be a new skill which you have […]

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Spyder: An Python Programming Environment

Spyder is a very friendly environment for python scientific programming. In most of sense, it is very similar to MATLAB and can substitute it for almost any application. The masterpiece of Spyder is the huge application possibilities that python, a object-oriented language, can provide. Python has available a good number of libraries (SciPy, NumPy, Matplotlib) […]

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Pareto Analysis

Pareto Diagram is one of tool for Total Quality Management (TQM). This method was first used by Vilfredo Pareto in Italy. Pareto Diagram is a statistical technique in decision making used for selection of a limited of number of tasks that produce significant overall effect. The idea that by doing 20% of work you can […]

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