German Sea Org Member:Sorgatz,Petra Huderstr.16 21357 Bardowick

1338. Stute L e n a H DE 331311809686 geb. : 12.04.86 – Schimmel
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von Wienerwald u. Gute Hof fnung H – Grey Silk xx
Z.: Bornemann,Gabriele Drosselweg 1 21394 Westergellersen
B. : Sorgatz,Petra Huderstr.16 21357 Bardowick

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Markus Sorgatz, Janina Hübner (s. Foto). 1. Platz Talfahrt: GS Bardowick ( Pascal Keller). Auch der 2. Platz in der Teamwertung und der 3.
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Dr.Wolfgang Schwarz,Sorgatz  and Scientology

102. Kontakt / Eintrag

Frage zu “Auf Adlers Fittichen”

Hallo Herr Wolf,

ich habe an Sie als Adler-Experten eine etwas ungewöhnliche Frage. Ich bin Theologe und bin auf zwei Bibelstellen gestoßen, die mich stutzig machen: Und zwar beschreiben 2.Mose 19,4 und 5.Mose 32,11 das Verhältnis Gottes zu Israel so wie das des Adlers zu seinen Jungen. Benutzt wird dabei das bekannte
Bild, daß der Adler seine Jungen auf seinen Flügeln trägt. Abgesehen davon, daß das hebräische Wort auch “Geier” meinen kann, würde ich gerne wissen, ob ein solches oder zumindest ein ähnliches Verhalten (“Flugunterstützung” durch gezielte Flügelschläge) für Vögel überhaupt bekannt ist oder “nur” eine schöne dichterische Erfindung. Vielen Dank im voraus für Ihre Antwort.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
Steffen Sorgatz (per eMail am 28.07.2005,
übernommen vom Gästebucheintrag)


Bis zum heutigen Tage habe ich von einem derartigen Verhalten nichts gehört / gelesen.
Nachtrag vom 03.12.2005: Von einem “vergleichbaren” Verhalten über die ersten Flugversuche des jungen Steinadlers oder wie das Weibchen den jungen Steinadler (auch) zum fliegen bringt / “zwingt”, habe ich erst vor kurzen erfahren (Siehe aktualisierte Beschreibung des Steinadlers).


Tote Mäuse in der Backstube?

Geschlossen: Seit dem 11. August ruht bei Gustmann der Verkauf.

Die Bäckerei Gustmann ist nur vier Monate nach dem Inhaberwechsel pleite. Der Insolvenzverwalter erhebt Vorwürfe gegen den Vorbesitzer.

An der Tür der Bäckerei Gustmann an der Kieler Straße klebt ein handgeschriebener Zettel. “Bis auf weiteres geschlossen”, heißt es darauf seit dem 11. August. Zwei Tage später meldete die Inhaberin Insolvenz an. Auch die sieben Verkaufsstellen im Stadtgebiet und in Husberg sind dicht. Zwölf Beschäftigte und zwei Auszubildende haben ihren Job verloren.

An der Schaufensterscheibe der Backstube sucht der Hauseigentümer Volker Gustmann per Aushang einen Mieter für die Bäckerei, das Café und den Laden. “Wir waren alle sehr überrascht, dass meine Nachfolger innerhalb von viereinhalb Monaten Knall auf Fall dicht gemacht haben”, sagt Gustmann, der sein Geschäft seit dem 1. April verpachtet hat.

Weniger überrascht vom Schiffbruch der neuen Inhaberin zeigt sich der vom Amtsgericht als Gutachter bestellte Insolvenzverwalter Helmut Gattermann: “Wie es aussieht, hat Gustmann einen maroden Betrieb überlassen, der in die Insolvenz schlittern musste.” Gattermann schließt nicht aus, dass sich Gustmann gegenüber seiner Pächterin in “hohem Maße schadensersatzpflichtig” gemacht habe: “Schon zehn Tage nach Geschäftseröffnung kam die Lebensmittelaufsicht, stellte fest, dass der Betrieb mit Insekten verseucht sei, und veranlasste die sofortige Schließung. Es scheint so, dass Gustmann davon gewusst und darauf im Pachtvertrag nicht hingewiesen hat.”

Das lässt Gustmann nicht auf sich sitzen: “Bei mir war immer alles in Ordnung.” Seine Nachfolgerin habe “nicht richtig sauber gemacht, dann lagen da tote Mäuse, und die Lebensmittelüberwachung hat den Laden dicht gemacht”. Gustmann: “Das war einen Monat nach Geschäftsübergabe, das ist nicht mein Bier.”

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A bad letter …from Dr.Menke…about order in Pakistan!

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1967 – Entering the New Guinea Highlands

1978 – Part of the publication of the Facial Action Coding System (FACS)

2006 – In discussion with His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Paul Ekman (1934 – )

Paul Ekman was an undergraduate at the University of Chicago and New York University. He received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology at Adelphi University (1958), after a one year internship at the Langley Porter Neuropsychiatric Institute. After two years as a Clinical Psychology Officer in the U.S. Army, he returned to Langley Porter where he worked from 1960 to 2004. His research on facial expression and body movement began in 1954, as the subject of his Master’s thesis in 1955 and his first publication in 1957. In his early work, his approach to nonverbal behavior showed his training in personality. Over the next decade, a social psychological and cross-cultural emphasis characterized his work, with a growing interest in an evolutionary and semiotic frame of reference. In addition to his basic research on emotion and its expression, he has, for the last thirty years, also been studying deceit.

Currently, he is the director of the Paul Ekman Group, LLC (PEG), a small company that produces training devices relevant to emotional skills, and is initiating new research relevant to national security and law enforcement.

In 1971, he received a Research Scientist Award from the National Institute of Mental Health; that Award has been renewed in 1976, 1981, 1987, 1991, and 1997. His research was supported by fellowships, grants and awards from the National Institute of Mental Health for over forty years.

Articles reporting on Dr. Ekman’s work have appeared in Time Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine, Psychology Today, The New Yorker and others, both American and foreign. Numerous articles about his work have also appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post and other national newspapers.

He has appeared on 48 Hours, Dateline, Good Morning America, 20/20, Larry King, Oprah, Johnny Carson and many other TV programs. He has also been featured on various public television programs such as News Hour with Jim Lehrer, and Bill Moyers’ The Truth About Lying.

Ekman is co-author of Emotion in the Human Face (1971), Unmasking the Face (1975), Facial Action Coding System (1978), editor of Darwin and Facial Expression (1973), co-editor of Handbook of Methods in Nonverbal Behavior Research (1982), Approaches to Emotion (1984), The Nature of Emotion (1994), What the Face Reveals (1997), and author of Face of Man (1980), Telling Lies (1985, paperback, 1986, second edition, 1992, third edition, 2001), Why Kids Lie (1989, paperback 1991), and Emotions Revealed, (2003). He is the editor of the third edition of Charles Darwin’s The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals (1998). He has published more than 100 articles.

AWARDS AND HONORS

  1983 Faculty Research Lecturer, University of California, San Francisco
  1991 Distinguished Scientific Contribution AwardAmerican Psychological Association‘s highest award for basic research
  1994 Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, University of Chicago
  1998 William James Fellow Award, given by the American Psychological Society
  2001 Named by the American Psychological Association as one of the most influential psychologists of the 20th century based on publications, citations and awards
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    New Guinea Photo Set II*Consists of 4 photographs in black and white in which members of a Stone Age New Guinea tribe were asked to pose expressions of happiness, anger, disgust and sadness. First used in the Afterward by Paul Ekman which appeared in his edited edition of Darwin’s Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals. These photos are often used to illustrate the universality of emotional expression.*©Paul Ekman 1998-2004$175.00 for first time users$85.00 per photo for subsequent use  
 
 
 
 
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    New Guinea Photo Set I*Consists of 4 black and white photos in which members of a Stone Age tribe were asked to pose emotions. First used in the Nebraska Symposium.*©Paul Ekman 1972-2004$175.00 for first time users$85.00 per photo for subsequent use  
 
 
 
 
 
 
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    New Guinea Photo Set II*Consists of 4 photographs in black and white in which members of a Stone Age New Guinea tribe were asked to pose expressions of happiness, anger, disgust and sadness. First used in the Afterward by Paul Ekman which appeared in his edited edition of Darwin’s Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals. These photos are often used to illustrate the universality of emotional expression.*©Paul Ekman 1998-2004$175.00 for first time users$85.00 per photo for subsequent use  
 
 
 

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    Seven photos from Unmasking the Face*These seven photos are in black and white, and illustrate every one of the seven universal emotions.*©Paul Ekman 1975-2004$175.00 for first time users$85.00 per photo for subsequent use  
 
 
 
 
 
    Photos from Emotions Revealed*15 Photographs from Emotions Revealed, including neutral and two each of seven different emotions. Photos are in Black and White.*©Paul Ekman 2003$175.00 for first time users$85.00 per photo for subsequent use  
 
 
 
  For customer service, please contact paulekmangroup@gmail.com or call 1-888-556-8591