Garden Art...from trash?Written by Jane Parr-Whitehead
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Garden Artů from Trash?
April begs me to do something outdoors! How about you? The weather is about right all over USA for gardening. Besides planning what to put into your garden as far as plants, you need to think of special additions that make a garden unique. Gardens need "bones" to ground them. No pun intended! Garden sculptures, hedges, specimen trees, and shrubs all help make good bones! Now what about those extra touches that make your garden distinctively yours? Below is a list of ideas that you can use with your own twists to create all kinds of garden goodies for your own garden, or to give as gifts!
Broken plates-don't throw away those chipped plates, especially pretty ones! Stick them into garden with chipped parts hidden by dirt. Alone or grouped, they make a statement! Uneven numbers work best. Mirrors and Cds-reflective surfaces attract birds and are fun in sunlight. Make mobiles and hang from tree limbs! With a large mirror, one can place it against a fence, behind plants and enjoy reflections of your garden lighting. Our dog uses our big mirror to scope out squirrels without being seen. Funny to watch! She crawls into greenery beneath trees and watches in mirror for any unsuspecting squirrel to enter bed. She hasn't caught any yet but she sure likes to chase them! More mirrors!-broken mirrors can be found in trash and snatched for use in your garden. Glue with mirror adhesive to fences, garden sheds, and anywhere you want to make a space look larger. Use pieces in a loose mosaic form and you have a one of a kind piece of art! Rusted metal anything-the rusted look is very "in" now and metal can be found easily. Use your imagination and use large rusted metal car parts, old gates, iron grates from demolished old homes, and any metal you can get your hands on to create unique garden elements. If you cannot cut or weld these yourself, try finding someone who can and offer to trade a piece of garden art for their work. Fabric-how about an old beach umbrella that you strip down to bare spokes and cover with silk greenery and tiny Christmas lights? Inserted into ground where light and a bit of fun are needed, look is very "partyish"! Even better if you drape tulle, chiffon, netting, etc. over umbrella! Swagged like you were draping a scarf over your shoulders. If it is to be a permanent fixture, use it as a trellis! Wonderful with lights!
Know-How Engineering of Chromatography Written by Aram Hayrapetyan
"Have more then you show, Speak less than you know". Shakespeare
"The very nations that have made greatest progress in their development during last century are justly those three countries which have rewarded their inventors for inventions done". Evans, J. Chicago Steel Foundry Co. v. Burnside Steel Foundry Co., 132F. 2d 812, 816; 56 U.S.P.Q., 283,287 (7 th Cir. 1943)
I have a lot of secrets in field of chromatography!
One of them is attainment of maximum possible efficiency of chromatographic column (Hayrapetyan's Effect).
For this purpose new basic technology chromatography - Chromabarography is offered. (Russia patent Chromatograph of A. S. Hayrapetyan). The essence of new basic technology of chromatography - Chromabarography - is provision of optional conditions of analysis by keeping unchanged linear rate of an imaginary point - zone of sample moved in time by carrier-gas from inlet to outlet of chromatographic column, ∆ p being kept constant at its ends during whole cycle of analysis, by which a maximum column efficiency (Hayrapetyan's Effect) is attained. From practice of international trade of licenses it is known that expenses for acquisition of a new technology, know-how and engineering at their mean sizes constitute a legible part of income main factors taken into account in adoption of a decision and activity planning by a firm are: ◊ innovation; ◊ in-time outstripping of competitors; ◊ technical superiority of items. Companies usually tend to penetrate into new markets as early as possible (though not necessarily first) with a product of a quality as high as possible, and then accommodate their items to market demands ("Perkin Elmer").
To copy, means always to catch up. To buy a license means to get to level of latest achievements of world science and practice in shortest time and with least expenditure of forces and means. An example of this may serve Germany, Netherlands and Japan, burst ahead in some fields of science, technique and industrial production, mainly on account of acquisition of licenses for right to use foreign patents and know-hows.
The essence of other patentable technical solutions - inventions, developing basic technology, is not described as they are not patented. Their patenting only in Armenia is not expedient for following reasons:
appearance of earlier publications, which is equivalent to transmission of information about technology without any compensation;