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Forever Knight is a Canadian television series about Nick Knight, an 800-year-old vampire working as a police detective in modern-day Toronto, Ontario. Wracked with guilt for centuries of killing others, he seeks redemption by working as a homicide detective on the night shift while struggling to find a way to become human again. The series premiered on May 5, 1992, and concluded with the third-season finale on May 17, 1996.

Night Shift subtitles English

The series followed the adventures of Nick Knight, a Toronto cop working the graveyard shift with his partner Donald Schanke. Unbeknownst to most of his colleagues, Nick is actually Nicholas, an 800-year-old vampire (his human surname was reference to his status as a literal knight in medieval France). Remorseful over centuries spent as a vampiric cold-hearted killer, Nicholas works as a cop and often ends up using his special abilities to bring criminals to justice. Whenever he works on his cases, Nicholas remembers similar situations from previous lifetimes and these appear as flashbacks in the episodes. Nicholas explains his need to work on the night shift by claiming to have a skin disorder, photodermatitis, which requires him to stay out of sunlight. Refusing to feed from humans, he survives by drinking bottled animal blood, something that most vampires find repulsive. The only human who knows his true nature is his friend Natalie Lambert, a city medical examiner who doesn't like Nicholas using his special powers as she believes it increases his need for blood.

Unfortunately, if a person experiences light much earlier than 5 a.m. internal time, then the body interprets this as a late sunset rather than an early sunrise. This will result in shifting the internal biological clock in the wrong (or later) direction. This undesired effect would exaggerate the misalignment between the internal clock and the new time zone, and result in more pronounced jet lag. In other words, let's say you take that overnight flight from Boston to Paris that arrives at 6 a.m. local time. When you arrive, your body feels like it is midnight. To adjust most quickly to the new time zone, you should avoid bright sunlight ideally for at least five hours and then seek light after 11 a.m. Generally speaking, the internal clock resets at a rate of about one hour (or time zone) per day. Some body systems and organs may take even longer to adjust to the change. Click on the interactive activity below to learn more about how shifts in your internal biological clock can produce issues with your ability to stay awake or fall asleep at appropriate times.

Some people who work exclusively at night or who work rotating shifts can experience shift work disorder, a chronic condition that is directly related to their work schedule. The two primary symptoms of shift work disorder are insomnia when a person is trying to sleep, and excessive sleepiness when a person needs to be awake and alert.

Insomnia is very common among individuals who sleep during the day. Since the circadian alerting system is typically at its strongest during the daytime, night shift workers find themselves struggling to sleep "on the wrong side of the clock." Just as undesirable is the fact that individuals who work at night will often experience bouts of extreme drowsiness while they are working. Indeed, about half of all night shift workers report falling asleep at work. When you consider that shift workers include large numbers of long-haul truck drivers, pilots, train operators, medical providers, and individuals responsible for maintaining our 24-hour infrastructure, shift work disorder is a serious public health issue.

Chronic sleep deprivation is one outcome of shift work disorder. Night shift workers, on average, sleep about one and one-half fewer hours per night than daytime workers. Lack of sleep clearly affects alertness, judgment, and performance. The increased rate of work-related accidents at night and motor vehicle accidents following a night shift are evidence that long-term shift work can be hazardous to health and well-being. Recent research suggests that chronic sleep loss may lead to an increased risk for obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.

If shifts must rotate, it is easier for workers to adjust to a schedule that rotates from day shift to evening shift to night shift than it is to adjust to a reverse rotation. If sleep or job alertness problems are persistent and severe, shift workers should consider visiting a sleep specialist for an evaluation of a possible underlying sleep disorder that may be complicating the effects of shift work.

Divided into six chapters, the film is framed by the murder of Mahatma Gandhi in 1948. This act of violence was so profound, its portent and poignancy remain undiminished 50 years later. As a child filmmaker Patwardhan was immersed in the non-violent Gandhian movement. Because of this he, in WAR AND PEACE, examines India's trajectory towards naked militarism with sorrow, although along the way the film captures joyful stories of courage and resistance. Amongst these chapters is a visit to the "enemy country" of Pakistan, where, contrary to expectations, Indian delegates are showered by affection, not only by their Pakistani counterparts in the peace movement, but by ordinary citizens who declare without caution that "hate is the creation of politicians." WAR AND PEACE examines not merely the militarization of India, but analyzes the human cost that is extracted from its citizens in the name of 'National Security.' From the plight of residents living near the nuclear test site, and the horrendous effects of uranium mining on local indigenous populations, it becomes clear that, contrary to a myth first created in the U.S., there is no such thing as the "peaceful Atom." Scientific research has been hijacked by the war machine, only a handful of practitioners remind us of its potential to fulfill the genuine needs of the people. Going beyond the story of South Asia, WAR AND PEACE follows the extraordinary visit of Japanese Atom Bomb survivors after the Indian and Pakistani nuclear tests. Their visit becomes the impetus for a re-examination of events that led to the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Were these bombs necessary? American historians who recently curated an exhibit about this issue for the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC were amazed to find their voices suppressed. WAR AND PEACE slips seamlessly from its analysis of homemade jingoism to focus on how an aggressive United States has become a Foreign Relations role model. The unofficial U.S. doctrine of 'Might Makes Right' is only too well absorbed and emulated by aspiring Third World elites. As we enter the 21st century, enemies are being re-invented, economies are inextricably tied to the production and sale of weapons, and in the moral wastelands of the world, war has become perennial. Memories of Gandhi seem like a mirage that never was, created by our thirst for peace and our very distance from it. "The film itself is a tour de force, beautifully shot and often darkly funny and much more riveting than the dry subject matter might suggest." - Duncan Campbell, The Guardian "We should listen to our voices of dissent for our own sake and for that of our children and their children. WAR AND PEACE is that voice's most eloquent expression. Which is why it should be seen by everyone everywhere. In schools, in colleges, in factories, on television. Urgently and often." - The Times of India "Perhaps the most important film in this year's Berlin Film Festival." - Reuters __________________________________________________ 3. Details for "Television (an address)" Monday 28th April at 9:00 pm EST (New York) Keith Sanborn addresses the news. About this Project A guest is invited to sit in front of a television holding a live microphone in one hand and a remote control to shift through the News Channels in the other. What appears on the TV monitor is streamed alongside the voice of the guest who is addressing the news that he/she is watching live. An archive will be created online (web address to be determined) and a compilation will be eventually edited from the most significant moments of each session. About this week's guest Keith Sanborn is a media artist and theorist based in New York. His work has been included in the Whitney Biennial twice, numerous one person shows and festivals such as OVNI (Barcelona), The Rotterdam International Film Festival, Hong Kong Videotage, and Ostranenie (Dessau). His theoretical work has appeared in exhibition catalogues published by MOMA, (New York), Exit Art (New York), and the San Francisco Cinematheque among others. He has translated the work of Guy Debord, René Viénet, Gil Wolman, and Georges Bataille. Some of his articles and interviews can be found at Instructions Please drag the attached icon to your desktop. Tonight's stream will be suitable only for high speed connections (DSL, Cable, T1, etc..). You may need to download Quicktime 6.1.1 at (itsfree). Once you have Quicktime, click on the icon at any time after 12pm on Monday the 28th to confirm that you are receiving the stream. If you still can't get the stream go to "quicktime preferences" under "preferences", then click on "connection", then "transport setup", then choose http as your transfer protocol. Once the player buffers you should be able to see an image. If you lose the signal please close the player and open a new one. If you have problems write an email back and we will try to work it out. Once you know the stream is being received by your computer close the player and click again at: The link to the live stream and instructions for setting QuickTime player are also available on: -news/04_28_03 The project is still in its testing period. This project has been developed in collaboration with Drazen Pantic. ________________________________________ 5. Details for Projects Contents: 1. neuroTransmitter: Somewhere between capital and history 2. Isabelle, Jacob, Ania, Anita ++: jamming the media at 16Beaver 3. Istvan Szilasi: The Iraqi National Museum Project ? Istvan 4. Perry Bard: Operation Marmalade 5. Jim Costanzo: three projects 6. Deidre Hoguet: Visual Glossary 7. Ay-Cr-Fr-Re: Staten Island Ferry Action 8. Art During Wartime Exhibition? 21 Mercer, 3rd fl 9. Stop Deportation NOW! -- Union Square ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1. neuroTransmitter: Somewhere between capital and history At / Around 16 Beaver St. Dear Friends, neuroTransmitter will be performing on Saturday (info below), and we?re specifically requesting your help. In order to create stereophonic sound, we need a group of people to join us with radios between 2-3pm in Bowling Green Park. Please let us know if you?ll be available to participate. best, Valerie ------- What: "Somwhere between capital and history" a radio allegory. Where: Bowling Green Park, NYC (6 train to bowling green) When: 2-3pm (Sunday is Rain Day) Specs: bring a potable radio Please join neuroTransmitter for a radio performance on Saturday April 26th from 2-3pm (Sunday is Rain Day) at Bowling Green Park in Lower Manhattan. The sound transmission links location with the economic and political forces that motivate history, commerce, and the present moment. In order to stereophonically project the radio program, we ask that you bring a battery powered transistor, portable radio, boom box, or walkman. See you on Saturday! (or Sunday) neuroTransmitter neuroTransmitter - (nT) works specifically with radio machinations propelling signals through urban membranes and cellular formations. To complement their fixed and mobile frequency performances, nT converts utilitarian objects into radio transmission and receiving devices. ?Somewhere between capital and history?? is part of Operation How, Now, Wow, an international festival of dissent, April 25-27, 2003. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 2. jamming the media at 16Beaver At 16 Beaver St. 5th Floor Participants Include: Anita Di Bianco GeoffGDAM Isabelle Jeniches Jacob Robinette Ania Soliman Daniel Vatsky 1. open audio and video jam connected to 23+1 --- this is tricky, can we link to 23+1? --- 2. "Overload of visual stimulation! We have lost contact with meaning of images. We must regain a point of view through ACTION. In Amsterdam a group of artists (Anatomic) goes through 23 hours of TRANSFORMATION of media, against any war, and any propaganda, to regain control of our sensitive self and rebalance our creative one. Plus one hour of silence, to purify." to help fill up the media vault, join the open connected jam in NYC! Multi-user live video synthesis: bring your protest march video footage or create content on the fly. bring video gear and VGA / RBG / S-Video / Composite cables to join in. Multi-user audio jam: perform your angry songs, let those sound bites bite. bring portable electronics and matched 1/4" cables to join. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 3. The Iraqi National Museum Project ? Istvan At 16 Beaver St. 5th Floor This proposed installation at 16beavergroup is an attempt to organize an art show of the same title . The concept for the installation refers to the well-publicized fact that the Irqi National Museum was looted (disabled as an cultural institution) as a result of the war. The destruction of the museum is posited here as a metaphor for the war itself , which calls into question the aesthetics of the media's representation of the same war. The project refers to the state of the museum in the present , an empty space waiting to be reorganized. The I. N. M.P. appropriates the name of the museum to generate contemporary art in New York City . The installation will include: 1, A laptop wil be set up with the search term Iraqi National Museum in Google. Simultananeously the pages of the search result are projected in the main area. 2, In the main space will be a large open container with the title: Iraqi National Museum Project and a sign rading in English and Arabic: Any artifacts submitted to the I. N. M. P. will be accepted here, No Questions Asked! (the idea for the I.N.M. P. collection bin was suggested by David Robinson and was the first step in the development of this project) ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 4. Operation Marmalade At 16 Beaver St. 5th Floor Dear Operation How Now Wow I'd like to present Operation Marmalade, a cooking performance, in conjunction with your event April 26. A brief explanation is below Operation Marmalade : Relieving Cultural Indigestion Through Strategic Cuisine Marmalade is a collaboration of cultures. Arabs in the south of Spain grew Seville oranges for the medicinal properties of their skin. Spain shipped those oranges to the UK where James Keillor, a grocer in Dundee Scotland bought a bargain load which he was unable to sell because of their bitter taste. His wife chopped them up skin included and made preserves which she called marmalade. This product identified by the strips of peel in the jam, is now appreciated worldwide, the astringent in the skin is said to help digestion. Operation Marmalade is the first phase in recuperating the equilibrium necessary to be a global community. I will make marmalade using a camping stove, and toast if I have access to an outlet. Otherwise I?ll use the variety of breads that celebrates the cultural diversity of New York. I'll be decorated with info promoting cultural collaboration and will present a platform for sustaining the operation. The jars that have already been prepared for Bush and the 21 members of his cabinet will be on display. Materials: Cooking (camping stove, pot, wooden spoon, knife, toaster, oranges, sugar, bread) and Graphics (signs, labels). Preparation: Military. Polishing the weapons (wooden spoon and pot) 041b061a72

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