The Nature Academy Blender
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@metalixhave you done the desert scene in the nature academy (chapter 11)right now I am really stuck with desert bushes, and the blend of that scene would be a big help. Could you please swap the blendfile of this scene? :)
thanks for the reply! :)I haven't participated in the nature academy, right now it's too expensive for me :( (Sorry forgot to write that.)I am stuck with desert bushes in my own scene, I tried with particle system (Hair) or modelling by hand, and it looked just ugly, so thats why I asked for your blend :)
Can someone please help me out? I can't figure out how to append these blends into my blender project! How do you do it to get the entire blend into your project? Any help would be GREATLY appreciated! :)
In the 2nd chapter, we will dive into some theory behind natural environments, different types of landscapes, we will talk about dunes, clouds, erosion and all those wonderful processes happening in the nature, forming the beautiful landscapes we will try to recreate.
Recognition and removal of apoptotic cells by professional phagocytes, including dendritic cells and macrophages, preserves immune self-tolerance and prevents chronic inflammation and autoimmune pathologies. The diverse array of phagocytes that reside within different tissues, combined with the necessarily prompt nature of apoptotic cell clearance, makes it difficult to study this process in situ. The full spectrum of functions executed by tissue-resident phagocytes in response to homeostatic apoptosis, therefore, remains unclear. Here we show that mouse apoptotic intestinal epithelial cells (IECs), which undergo continuous renewal to maintain optimal barrier and absorptive functions, are not merely extruded to maintain homeostatic cell numbers, but are also sampled by a single subset of dendritic cells and two macrophage subsets within a well-characterized network of phagocytes in the small intestinal lamina propria. Characterization of the transcriptome within each subset before and after in situ sampling of apoptotic IECs revealed gene expression signatures unique to each phagocyte, including macrophage-specific lipid metabolism and amino acid catabolism, and a dendritic-cell-specific program of regulatory CD4+ T-cell activation. A common 'suppression of inflammation' signature was noted, although the specific genes and pathways involved varied amongst dendritic cells and macrophages, reflecting specialized functions. Apoptotic IECs were trafficked to mesenteric lymph nodes exclusively by the dendritic cell subset and served as critical determinants for the induction of tolerogenic regulatory CD4+ T-cell differentiation. Several of the genes that were differentially expressed by phagocytes bearing apoptotic IECs overlapped with susceptibility genes for inflammatory bowel disease. Collectively, these findings provide new insights into the consequences of apoptotic cell sampling, advance our understanding of how homeostasis is maintained within the mucosa and set the stage for development of novel therapeutics to alleviate chronic inflammatory diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease.
Appliances: With the exception of microwaves, all cooking must be done in the Burkhart Lounge kitchen. Items such as sandwich makers, waffle makers, electric tabletop grills (e.g. George Foreman Grill, skillets, griddles, etc.), toaster ovens, personal or mini blenders (e.g. Magic Bullet), slow cookers (e.g. Crock-Pot, etc.), toasters, and bread makers can be stored in student rooms, but must be used in the kitchenette. See Microwaves/Refrigerators below. Coffee pots and food steamers may be used as long as an automatic shut-off feature is used. Electric hair dryers, curlers/straighteners/etc., styling wands, and humidifiers may be used in the rooms for intended use only, but must be unplugged when not in use.
Blender is an exceptional 3D modeling software with various opportunities for rendering, modeling, animation, motion tracking, video editing and much more. Also, Blender is quite favored among creatives thanks to its open source nature and expansive capabilities; however, it may make some beginners feel a bit lost.
When painting, often retire from your work and look at it from a distance, so as to judge of the effect. When copying from nature, as in painting flowers, look at them sometimes with your eyes half closed, or through a tube formed of rolled up paper. This will isolate your subject, and help you to see the lights and shadows more correctly.
Many historians, writers and scientists, such as Ahlbom  Kuhn , Torres , Berkson , Dietz , Darrigol , Harman , Navarro , Pickover , Johnk  have reported on the phenomenon of electromagnetism in books, articles, papers, and through their reading I am repeatedly asked a question on the subject: why did researchers take about 2300 years to decipher, understand and then dominate and apply the electromagnetic phenomenon in the daily life of the human being as in the electrical home appliances, the refrigerator, the blender, the vacuum cleaner, the microwave oven, the telephone, the electric motors and transformers, the transmission of wired or wireless electrical energy, or the new advances in mobility with electric cars or magnetic levitation trains, or in medicine with magnetic resonance imaging and in the trade with magnetic cards or digital storage on magnetic tapes?
From the first civilizations, the knowledge and explanation of the phenomena of nature such as light, rain, lightning, earthquakes, electricity, or electromagnetism, has made humans ask themselves questions of how ?, why? , when ?, where? and try to find an explanation, starting from a small number of basic principles and in different languages, such as mythical, up to what we know today as scientific: that process of appropriation, measurement, construction and autonomous creation of knowledge with visible, communicable, verifiable and socially valid results.
In search of fundamental order and simplicity in nature, the Greeks Thales of Miletus, Heraclitus, Anaximenes, Xenophanes, and Aristotle, tried to describe all the matter of the universe, of the cosmos, using the paradigm of the four elements: Earth, Water, Air, and Fire, . And this was how this paradigm lasted in all western cultures until at the end of the 19th-century science began to give explanations, with laboratory tests and mental models on the intrinsic constitution of matter, beyond the paradigm of the four elements.
Why did it take about 2300 years for the human being to decipher, understand, and then master and apply the electromagnetic phenomenon? There are surely many answers to this question since knowledge is a mental representation of objective reality and since it is dynamic, knowledge about a phenomenon of nature such as electromagnetism has to be adjusted, enriched, or eliminated to make way to another, that better explains objective reality. A process that has been carried out for more than 2400 years.
He called prejudices idols, which he classifies as common to mankind, which do not accurately reflect the nature of reality, and which subjugate understanding; that they come from baseless opinions guided by the senses; derived from each person's beliefs, a product of their education, habits, and customs; that they come from the abuse of language, where the force of the word is imposed on the thought generating disturbing ideas; that they come from false philosophical, theological and traditional systems that is nothing more than a fable staged.
A clear example of these idols that still remain today in the scene of primary and university education on the physics of electromagnetism is the explanation of "poles of opposite signs attract and the same sign repel ." This metaphorical explanation departs and does not contribute to the scientific explanation since attraction and repulsion are manifestations of human feelings and nature has no feelings.
The first that must be overcome is that of the first experience, made up of information that is perceived and lodged in the spirit, generally in the first years of intellectual life that could not be subjected to any criticism. In this obstacle lies the importance of early education on the phenomena of nature, which must be taught on a strictly scientific basis, with metaphors but explained scientifically, understandable, and pleasant to the student.
The second is the realistic obstacle, which consists in taking the notion of substance as a reality, which is not disputed and from which a whole series of knowledge starts, which has a direct and indisputable relationship with the nature of the substance itself, as is not it can explain it is taken as a fundamental cause or as a general synthesis of the natural phenomenon to which it is assigned. A real, mysterious substance, like the magnet or the stone of Magnesia, ceased to be a scientific problem to become the generator of all reality.
Although neither Bachelard nor Bacon treat it, today, there is an additional epistemological obstacle, product of the advance in the knowledge of nature in so-called developed countries such as the USA, Europeans or Asians and very few contributions in the so-called emerging countries, in the process of development or the third world, in which the prejudice of those makes it difficult to recognize and advance new knowledge if they have not previously raised or published it . For a third world researcher to be recognized worldwide, it is necessary to leave the country and work in a first world institution, .
In these ten epistemological obstacles raised by Bachelard and in the notion of idols that Bacon classifies as psychological prejudices common to mankind, that is, the limitations or impediments that affect the ability of individuals to build a new and revolutionary knowledge would be the answer of the slow advance in the knowledge of the electromagnetic phenomenon and its subsequent applications. And this could happen for about 2300 years and maybe happening now: the limitations imposed by previous paradigms, that is, that set of practices and knowledge that define the understanding of nature during a specific period of time. 2b1af7f3a8