The idea that time wears on the body in a predictable way seems obvious. But is it true? Photo: Illustration: Vahram Muradyan/Washington Post Look at Alexander Gardner's last photographic portrait of the 55-year-old Abraham Lincoln. Or Dorothea Lange's photograph of the "Migrant Mother", age 32, taken in the depths of the Great Depression.
When someone dies in the intensive care unit, the first thing the nurse does is turn off the EKG monitor. That's because the heart can go on depolarizing - writing its electrical signature on the screen, if not actually pumping blood - for many minutes after everything else stops.
Moisture damage in residential and commercial buildings can be very expensive and the key is identifying and locating problems before secondary damage escalates Infrared cameras (thermal imagers) have become powerful tools for locating moisture problems in buildings over the last few years. Instead of searching for moisture with a moisture meter, an infrared camera ...