The hacker ethos and community as I have described it here long predates the emergence of Linux after 1990; I first became involved with it around 1976, and, its roots are readily traceable back to the early 1960s. But before Linux, most hacking was done on either proprietary operating systems or a handful of quasi-experimental homegrown systems like MIT's ITS that were never deployed outside of their original academic niches. While there had been some earlier (pre-Linux) attempts to change this situation, their impact was at best very marginal and confined to communities of dedicated true believers which were tiny minorities even within the hacker community, let alone with respect to the larger world of software in general.
I had an impacted stool 3 weeks ago that caused me
to have a fissure. This morning, i had another one of this impacted stool. Since I also have a fissure, its been a major pain for me so i decided to dig up that impacted stool with my fingers but sadly its too hard to break it into pieces. Clueless on what to do, indexided to take a tablet of dulcolax to soften it but it made things worst. Later that night, my tummy starts crampinh and it was so bad that i cant do anything about it because i cant still pass my heavy lump. I seek medical help by going to ER and the only solution that they gave me is to use fleet enema. Do i bought one and used it myself. The fluid is so damn painful in my fissure that i began having tear drops. The enema only softened the part where the stool facing the anus exit so basically it didnt totally softened the stool. But it made me poop that big lump because of the strong urge from the fleet enema and dulcolax. It so damn big and painful. Afterwards i started to poop watery stool till my guts felt empty.
Im no expert but if you are having an impactation, never use any laxative that will make you urge instead of softening it. Trust me it made my day so hellish. Sorry for the bad english :(
We went on Wednesday 13th December to the Fleet Air Arm Museum at Yeovilton. Mr Woodward drove us in the school minibus. Students from both Nurture groups, Sunstone and Citrine went with Mrs Smith and Mrs Hopkins as well as Mr Woodward.
We went to take part in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) workshop, which looked at the different materials used to make aircraft over the last 100 years.
We were able to test the different materials such as wood, metal, fabric, carbon fibre, leather and honeycomb composite to see if they were flexible or stiff and rigid. This tied in with what we had been learning about materials in our science lessons. We also tested how strong the materials were by standing on them.
They day was fantastic and it was great to be able to use the learning we had done in school to help us with the workshop activities.
By: Tristan Stanley, Roman Scotcher, Katie O’Connor and Paul Storey (Sunstone Nurture Students)