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Liquid Ultrasonic Flowmeters; Design Changes to Reduce Engineering and Purchasing Costs

The adoption of ultrasonic flow meter technology into process control applications for liquids has been limited to some extent and only applied as a “flow technology of last resort”, when process conditions are beyond the capabilities of other technologies. 517 more words


Turbulent Waters 🌊

Crazy world we live in…
There’s a mass killer on the loose driving across the continental United States because his girlfriend left him leaving over 15 people dead in his wake. 606 more words

Upstream Field Guide: Lesson 4 Your Purpose Exercise 2

The next part of finding my purpose is to “discover my greatest vexation” as Tsh puts it. Because what’s bothering us is usually what we wish would change and that in turn can reveal our desire to fix those problems or to be a part of the solution. 177 more words


Upstream Field Guide: Lesson 4 Your Purpose Exercise 1

My Purpose

…and the self-assessment continues!

I must admit, this is getting really tedious and daunting for me. I thought I’m was done with data collecting from all the self-assessment exercises in lessons two and three but there’s more in this lesson! 1,814 more words


transformed and transforming

“In water that departs forever and forever returns, we experience eternity.” ~Mary Oliver, Upstream

This reminds me so much of a recent quote journaled from Cynthia Bourgeault: “What kind of water might be the continuous source of its own replenishment?”


the tiniest nail

In Christ all things hold together. ~Colossians 1:17

“May I be the tiniest nail in the house of the universe, tiny but useful.” ~Mary Oliver, Upstream


creative revolution

“The poet sits, or if it is a fluid moment, he scribbles some words upon the page. … An unsolvable disharmony of such work–the mind so hotly fired and the body so long quiescent–will come sooner or later to revolution, will demand action!” ~Mary Oliver, Upstream

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