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The Zygaenidae are a family of day-flying moths with an unusual biology – they are capable of releasing prussic (hydrocyanic) acid. All Australian species belong to the subfamily Procridinae (commonly known as foresters) and many of these feature iridescent green colours or a wasp-like look. This is the first study of the Australian fauna of these attractive and biologically interesting moths.In this volume their beauty is captured larger-than-life in 114 finely detailed portraits by acclaimed artist FrantiÅ¡ek Gregor, setting a new benchmark for moth illustrations. Comprehensive general chapters discuss zygaenid morphology, biology, phylogeny and classification, with considerable new information of world-wide relevance.The book then provides in-depth treatments of the 10 genera and 43 species present in Australia, including 4 genera and 21 species new to science. It features keys to genera and species, photos of genitalia of both sexes and other diagnostic structures, and distribution maps for all species. Additionally, there are 8 pages of colour photographs and over 400 photos of microscopic structures, including more than a hundred spectacular scanning electron micrographs.FeaturesFeatures 57 colour plates with 114 detailed colour paintings by acclaimed artist FrantiÅ¡ek Gregor. Each species is illustrated, many at 10 times their original size. Additionally, there are 7 plates of colour photographs of live moths, caterpillars and habitats, and over 400 photos of microscopic structures, including over 100 spectacular scanning electron micrographs.Gives an up-to-date classification of Australian zygaenids at generic and specific level, with keys to identify all Australian zygaenid species.Provides in-depth treatments of the 10 genera and 43 species present in Australia, putting the Australian zygaenids into context with the world fauna.Includes comprehensive chapters on morphology (including immatures), biology, phylogeny and classification, which will be useful for investigations of zygaenid biology and chemoecology.
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Weekly Address: Expanding Opportunity – It’s Time for Congressional Republicans to Do Their Part

President Barack Obama tapes the Weekly Address in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, July 11, 2014.

President Barack Obama tapes the Weekly Address in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, July 11, 2014.

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In this week’s address, the President recapped his visits with folks who have written him letters about their own American stories — their successes and struggles. While congressional Republicans are blocking meaningful measures that would strengthen the middle class, the President continues looking for ways to grow the economy and expand opportunity for more hardworking Americans.

The President again urged Congress to join him, as they were elected to do, in working on behalf of everyday Americans – including those the President spent time with this week – by investing in our infrastructure to support American jobs, and ensuring that the Highway Trust Fund does not expire.

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How We Are Awesome: Jamson S. Lwebuga Mukasa

Part of a new series at Find Create Joy, profiling awesome people.

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My parents, Jamson and Katherine Lwebuga Mukasa, when I was a kid.

“Get me an ambulance, get me out of here.”

It was about 2 in the morning and I was holding my Dad who was on the floor. Actually he’d fallen. Mom was standing beside me; my nephew was alert, even as he’s bravely wiping the sleep away. I say bravely because Dad’s recovering from a hematoma, or internal blood wound in his head, so having just fallen — or rather jumped — out of bed was not good.

How did we get here? And how could this event be a turning event in his recovery?

Read our story below.

For the past four years, since Dad’s first stroke, we’ve been in and out of the hospital. The event that led us to the place on the floor and me 3,000 miles away from home with my parents, was the most serious turn. Every other time, he’d rebounded but this time — something was different.

“I knew he thought he was dying. Of course we’re all dying. But I knew, as he looked at all the weight he’d lost, as he struggled to walk on his own, that he felt it.”

I’m telling you all this because you may find or have found yourself in similar circumstances, and perhaps this will help you.

Be Like a Fireman.

The volunteer firemen arrive. Anyone who does this work, know how wonderful you are. They were bright and calm in that dead night. They safely lifted him no drama and it was off to the hospital — again.

Be Open to Hidden and Potential New Paths.

Sometimes your life can take a turn that appears to not make sense. But if you are willing to go with it, it will show you what hidden potential and wealth is deep inside you and those around you.

In my family of origin, we’re all creative types, but I think Dad — maybe because he saw so many people needlessly die from third world situations — didn’t put much stock in making “art” as a career. He was interested in concrete ways of helping people.

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My sensory memory of Dad during childhood was someone who was passionate about his work, but I didn’t see him a whole lot, except when I worked in his lab in the summer (a heroic effort to make me into a doctor that only convinced me 1) that hospitals and labs are very cold but 2) that I am interested in healers.)

He was however there when I needed him.

I competed at the Junior Olympics for track, and because of the expense, it was just me and Dad who took the trip out to Utah, where the games were held. I remember us taking a detour out to the salt flats and him explaining to me how these were formed, the weird dried up color of it — something I’d never seen before.

What we kids did not really know is that Dad had been keeping everything, I mean todo from our lives. In the process of helping our parents organize and downsize over the past year, we’ve found hundreds of photos — of his work, of course, but also from all seven of us kids — all our report cards, our art work, our projects, our ideas. He’d kept everything, neatly catalogued, like well, a scientist. He’d also kept papers from his brothers, brothers who’d passed away from before.

So all those times, I thought he was absent, or too much in his own world, he was present and aware in his own way. He was just trying to make sure we had ‘food on our family’ and pioneering a way to truly hold communities to account for air pollution.

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And years before that, he was working on healing people with asthma, troubled by its pervasiveness in inner city communities. He led teams at Yale and Buffalo General researching this phenomena, as well as treating patients in their emergency rooms. And he’d taken pictures…

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Always this appreciation and gentle awe of nature.

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But until this year and excepting his school days, he’d never shared his work in public.

And then Dad decided — he wanted to do a show.

“It was my sister who in the midst of the latest insanity, got to making it happen.”

… making sure the gallery had the images and the write-up was correct and staging everything.

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Embrace Challenges.

I’m running about noon on a hot day. I probably shouldn’t be doing this, but need to move.

A kid is walking with his Dad. He says as I pass by them -

“Hey Dad — pick it up hippo.”

From his dad’s reaction, I gather this is a reference to me. (If, for example, he’d been referring to his dad, his father would’ve made a joke, like, well, I’m walking faster than you, kiddo!)

So I turn around and jog back toward them, you should have seen the looks on their faces. And I say:

“Hippos can kill a man.”

The man is squirming, the kid is hiding behind his father – I enjoy this.

Yes, I did.

How do I know hippos can kill? Because my dad’s from Africa, f-cker and everyone who’s ever been to Africa knows this.

Dad’s that way, with a mischievous streak.

From my mother, I got my nerve to stand-up for myself.

Doctors are the worst patients though.

“A nurse is asking him what his name is, and he says, ‘I’m Mr. Wonderful.’”

It’s my shift at the hospital, it’s night and I am in the room he’s been moved to, and beneath the bravado, to me he looks like a little cat, or really — a boy. All I want to do is get him out of there. How many times I asked Jesus Christ to heal my father. Then I stopped asking and decided He was going to do it. So I started thanking Jesus for healing my father.

(I’m sure G-d had a good laugh at that, how me, the scientist’s daughter who’d so cynically viewed this realm, was here down on her knees praying every day, every night for this. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve prayed in general ways for myself, for loved ones, for world peace, etc. but this was a specific, urgent prayer. Not like, if you can please do this one thing for me — no. Didn’t care. This was a Jesus you gotta come through for me; you never let me down situation. Day and night I’m doing this. I was surprised at the energy I had to do this. )

Dire events can have a way of making you a believer in miracles. If you find yourself in such circumstances, you’re not alone, lean in on your faith. And if you have none, trust me, you can find it. You may need to take out a shovel and dig it up, you may need to find it in the twinkle of an eye of a bee, in the wind that pushes you along a walk, in the sparkle of the ocean, in the calling of a bird outside your door, but if you look, you’ll find it.

We often think our wounds are physical. Of course they are, you say. But in fact their root is something deeper than that. Make it your business to be fearless in navigating this territory.

He did.

In that moment when Dad asked for the ambulance, I knew he’d made a choice. Whatever had happened with his health, whatever disappointment he’d felt about no longer being able to do science or medicine the way he’d once done, I knew he was letting that go and committed to being healed.

The doctor in the ER says the jump out of bed was actually quite possibly his body reabsorbing some of the blood, which can sometimes cause unpredictable movements. But it was in fact a sign that he was healing.

Enjoy Your Life.

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My parents today

For Dad, I think, the illness finally released him from the tyranny of having to be in charge, of the responsibility to help everyone. It allowed him to slow down — to sit in the yard and feel the sun on his feet, to share his pictures, to melt marshmallows with his grandkids.

Isn’t this what life’s about? Being in it, rather than watching it from afar?

When I left, I said goodbye once and then I just went back to say goodbye again. We shook hands and I started to cry.

He looked at me and smiled, his brown eyes, tinged blue now:

“I’m proud of you,” he says.

It was his way of saying it was okay to go now, that everything is okay now.

If you are in the Western New York area this Saturday, July 12, 2014. Go see his show. Here are the details:

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464 Amherst Street, Upstairs,
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A Not-So-Subtle Meditation on Sugar

As people streamed out of the Kara Walker installation “A Subtlety” on a recent Sunday afternoon to buy an ice cream cone from one of the trucks idling outside the old Domino Sugar Factory on the Williamsburg waterfront, I wondered how many thought about the jarring contradiction: paying homage to the bodily harms involved in the harsh industrial process inherent in refining sugar, then consuming the industrial concoction that is a Mister Softee-type ice cream cone.

Since so much of Ms. Walker’s work relies on the inherent contradictions that exist in contemporary American culture, especially as they relate to our brutal history, were the trucks, perhaps, even part of the exhibition? In a way, it felt like the perfect ending, punctuating her point.

In a similar vein, as (the mostly white) people posed in front of her giant sugar sphinx and took selfies with the statue behind them, something felt deeply wrong. People standing and smiling in front of this 35-foot-high and 75-foot-long sugar depiction of a black “mammy” — which renders the black female body in pure white and was made of 160,000 pounds of sugar — as if it were just another New York City tourist attraction added to the sense that something about the entire experience was seriously amiss.

And this feeling was enhanced by the smell that hits you upon entering the old Domino factory. At first, it’s just overly sweet, but the sweetness quickly deteriorates into a sickly, oppressive smell, making it difficult to stay in the space for long. That, combined with the molasses-coated sculptures of black children carrying oversized baskets that were in various states of decay or destruction (some smashed into pieces on the floor), and the factory walls stained with large swaths of dark reddish-brown drippings, created an overwhelming presence to the great violence that still laces sugar production, as it has for centuries.

This very sugar refinery was long notorious for its terrible working conditions, even well into recent history. Beginning in 2000, the plant was the site of one of the longest labor strikes ever in New York City: 286 workers protested wages and working conditions for 20 months. The owners of the Domino sugar empire — the world’s largest refiner of cane sugar that imports sugar from the Dominican Republic and elsewhere — have been accused repeatedly of labor exploitation. The United States Department of Labor lists Dominican sugar as being produced by children or forced labor, bringing into focus the fact that the legacy of unfree labor, exploitation and violence is at once part of our past and our present.

Sugar has a long and sordid history. Sugar plantations in the Caribbean and southern United States were the first large-scale monocultures for producing a highly profitable product — the prototype for our current industrial agriculture system. As the author and anthropologist Sidney Mintz puts it, even before capitalism had arrived as the dominant economic structure, the early plantation systems were “agro-industrial” due to “the combination of agriculture and processing under one authority… This was because neither mill nor field could be separately (independently) productive.” Mintz adds that “the combination of field and factory, of skilled workers with unskilled, and the strictness of scheduling together gave an industrial cast to plantation enterprises.”

The sugar plantation/factory also separated production from consumption and the worker from his tools, which helps to define the lives of these mostly unfree workers between the 16th and late 19th centuries in the New World. And while slave laborers were the first to produce sugar en masse for worldwide consumption, the working class found comfort in sugar, which became less a symbol of power and more a symbol of profit as it was transformed from an upper-class luxury into a mainstay and even necessity of the working-class diet. “The introduction of foods like sucrose made it possible to raise the caloric content of the proletarian diet without increasing proportionately the quantities of meat, fish, poultry and other dairy products,” writes Mintz.

Which brings us to today, when the people suffering most from diet-related illness brought on in large part by the overconsumption of sugar are poor people of color. Corporations which provide cheap calories that fill the belly while also providing pleasure effectively profit off populations with limited means. Diabetes (almost all of which is Type 2) is 66 percent higher among Hispanic-Americans and 77 percent higher among African-Americans as compared to their white peers. African-American women suffer more from the disease than any other group: One in four women older than 55 has diabetes, and African-American women have the highest rates of two of the worst complications resulting from diabetes — amputation and kidney failure.

Sugar is particularly toxic for those with diabetes, and many Americans are eating tremendous amounts of it; the most recent estimate is three pounds of sugar per week, or 156 pounds per year. At this rate of consumption, sugar does previously unimaginable things to our bodies at increasingly younger ages, prompting the name-change of adult-onset diabetes to Type 2 diabetes — one in three children born in 2000 will develop the disease, and many children in this generation will not outlive their parents.

For most Americans, sugar is close to impossible to avoid — it laces the bulk of the processed foods that we rely on for nearly every meal. And we continue to import more than 200,000 tons of sugar a year from the Dominican Republic, despite the known labor violations.

This was the very sugar that Ms. Walker used for the exhibit. Domino donated 80 tons of it (she “only” used 40), highlighting the grotesque waste of resources in which we all partake. Beyond the human rights violations are the environmentally costly processes of production itself, from the chemical fertilizers and pesticides used to grow the sugar to the pollutants spewed into the environment as it is refined.

And so Ms. Walker’s “A Subtlety,” which closed this past Sunday, connected in so many critical ways the issues of racial and sexual oppression with the industrial processes that go into much of our food supply. Indeed, we are all increasingly made of sugar, and our consumption of it makes us complicit in the violence and destruction that Ms. Walker rendered visible in her sugar sphinx — yet at the same time we are victims of this damage, borne out in our own bodies.

This post originally appeared on The New York Times online.
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This week, President Obama sat down with everyday Americans who wrote him from around the country; he grabbed some pizza and shot some pool in Denver; he chowed down on some BBQ in Austin; and we celebrated Independence Day at the White House. 

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POTUS Channels "The Departed"

Yesterday, President Obama capped off a three-day road trip with a visit to Austin, Texas, where he sat down for coffee with a letter writer, delivered a speech on the economy, and grabbed lunch at a local BBQ joint.

In his speech at the historic Paramount Theatre, the President took a line from "The Departed" to describe Republicans in Congress:

There’s a great movie called “The Departed” — a little violent for kids. But there’s a scene in the movie where Mark Wahlberg — they’re on a stakeout and somehow the guy loses the guy that they’re tracking. And Wahlberg is all upset and yelling at the guy. And the guy looks up and he says, “Well, who are you?” And Wahlberg says, “I’m the guy doing my job. You must be the other guy.” Sometimes, I feel like saying to these guys, I’m the guy doing my job, you must be the other guy.

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We think our problems produce the stress we experience, but it’s actually the reverse. Stress causes most of our troubles — from money, family, and work problems, to physical and mental health issues. In working with private and corporate clients, I’ve found that most people realize that stress is harmful, but few understand it as causal… at least until I review the following research findings with them:

Stress and money: When our mind is preoccupied with fears of financial scarcity, it activates stress reactions, releasing stress hormones that dampen the brain’s executive functions. This leads to a decline in fluid intelligence, which is the “smarts” the higher brain generates to solve money problems. [1]

Stress and bad decisions: The greater the stress, the greater the likelihood you’ll make bad decisions at home and at work. Knee-jerk reactions can cause you to make risky or premature decisions. You’ll drop long-range goals for immediate survival needs, and every day you’ll wonder why you keep falling behind instead of getting ahead. [2]

Stress and declining performance: Stress hormones shrink higher brain networks and break the connections between them. This inhibits you from maximizing your full measure of talent and sustaining peak performance. [3] You’ll have a good day now and then, but your brain won’t be able to generate your best day every day.

Stress and dampened creativity: Your capacity for creative insight and innovation is thwarted by stress. [4] Those sudden “aha” moments of insight, inspiration, and comprehension will be few and far between.

Stress and emotional negativity: Stress locks you into fight, flight, or freeze reactions. Your emotional set point switches to negative, predisposing you to anxiety, anger, aggression, paranoia, and depression. [5]

Stress and family: The greater the stress, the more reactive you’ll be to the normal ups and downs at home. You and your partner will argue, criticize, blame, and withhold affection, not realizing that stress is distorting how you see the relationship. Stress hormones also lower sex drive, adding to the estrangement. [6]

Stress and health: Chronic stress impairs the immune system. It wreaks havoc on the cardiovascular system. It damages chromosomes prematurely aging your body and causing the production of cancer. It kills brain cells, and if left unchecked, can eventually kill you. [7] If you add up all the deaths from stress-related illnesses, you have our No. 1 killer.

Obviously, if you want a healthy, happy and successful life, ending stress belongs at the top of your to-do list. Yet 83 percent of us are doing nothing about it. [8] Too often, the wake-up call comes on the gurney in the emergency room. Make no mistake, stress is life-threatening serious. “It is not something that maybe someday you should do something about,” says Carol Shively of Stanford. “You need to attend to it today.” [9]

There is a solution

If you have a problem with stress, it’s because genetics and hard knocks have wired you for a hyperactive stress response system. There is a solution to stress that is based on the capacity of the human brain to: a) rewire primitive neural circuits that habituate stress reactions, and b) stimulate the growth of higher brain networks that enable you to succeed fully. The process of rewiring, called neuroplasticity, is surprisingly simple. It’s achieved through a specific shift in mindset. Norman Doige of Columbia University calls neuroplasticity “the single most important change in our understanding of the human brain in 400 years.” [10]

Neuroplasticity works in real life situations, where stress abounds. It’s been studied in high pressure corporations and found to achieve impressive results in increasing morale and productivity in previously unproductive groups. [11] In an independent evaluation of a training my firm conducted at Wells Fargo, more than 300 managers making a similar shift experienced a significant improvement in their level of stress, job performance, creativity, and personal relationships… all in three weeks. [12] Who doesn’t want those outcomes? It starts with making stress a priority.

5 steps that start to turn it around

If you’re one of the 83 percent who are procrastinating, here are five simple neuroplastic steps that can get your mindset moving in the right direction:

1: Bust Stressful-Provoking Thoughts: Be aware all day of stress-provoking thoughts as they occur. Tell yourself: These thoughts are in me, not in reality. Then refuse to believe the stressful thought and see what happens to your experience. An anxious thought not believed doesn’t turn into stress.

2: Stop Worrying (The Clear Button): Imagine there is a button at the center of your palm that, when pushed, signals the brain to stop worrying. Keep pressing the button while you slowly count to three, thinking of each number as a color. As you exhale on the final breath, let your mind go completely and relax into the present moment. Repeat the process until your worries are gone.

3: Start Each Day in Quiet: Set aside five minutes first thing each morning to frame a positive mindset. Feel appreciation for the gift of another day of life. Set your intention to have a rewarding day. Commit yourself to being at peace on the inside, regardless of what happens on the outside.

4: Take Regular Breaks: A 15-20 minute break every two hours allows your brain to rebound. So, every two hours step away from your work and go outside or to a window. Watch the clouds pass, the wind blow, or the sun shine, allowing your mind to grow quiet and to connect with life.

5: Count Your Blessings: Once a week, at bedtime, recall three things that happened during the previous week for which you are grateful. Then acknowledge three things in your life for which you feel blessed.

For a print-out of the five steps plus one more, go to http://tinyurl.com/end-of-stress-six-steps

References:

[1] Sendhil Mullainathan, Ph.D. and Eldar Shafir, Ph.D., Freeing Up Intelligence, Scientific American Mind, January/February 2014, p.58-61

[2] Wesley E. Sime, MPH, PhD, Stress Management: A Review of Principles, an online series of lectures on stress management, Lecture 1, University of Nebraska, Dept. of Health and Human Performance

[3] Eduardo Dias-Ferreira et al., “Chronic Stress Causes Frontostriatal Reorganization and Affects Decision-Making,” Science 325, no. 5940 (31 July 2009): 621-25.

[4] Amabile TM, Hadley CN, Kramer SJ , Creativity under the Gun, Harvard Business Review, 2002, 80(8):52-61, 147

[5] S. T. Charles, J. R. Piazza, J. Mogle, M. J. Sliwinski, D. M. Almeida. The Wear and Tear of Daily Stressors on Mental Health. Psychological Science, 2013; DOI: 10.1177/0956797612462222

[6] L. A. Neff and B. R. Karney, “Stress and reactivity to daily relationship experiences: How stress hinders adaptive processes in marriage,” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 97 (2009): 435-50.

[7] Robert M. Sapolsky, Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers: An Updated Guide to Stress, Stress Related Diseases, and Coping, 2nd rev. ed. (New York: W. H. Freeman, 1998), 144-153.

[8] American Psychological Association, “Stress in America, Missing the Health Care Connection,” February 7, 2013, pg. 5

[9] Killer Stress, A National Geographic Special, PBS, 2008, produced by Stanford University and Nation Geographic

[10] Nancy Churnin, Brain has ability to adapt and change through life, March 22, 2010, The Dallas Morning News

[11] R. J. Davidson, J. Kabat-Zinn, et al., “Alterations in Brain and Immune Function Produced by Mindfulness Meditation,” Psychosomatic Medicine 65 (2003): 564

[12] Don Joseph Goewey, The Solution to Stress that Not Only Works in the Lab; It Works in High Pressure Corporations, April 6, 2013, http://donjosephgoewey.com/the-stress-solution-works-high-pressure-places/
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