Flashback 2012-Protonica – Modification

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noun. the act of modifying or the condition of being modified. something modified; the result of a modification. a small change or adjustment.

When a plan is in place and you make a slight change to the plan such as building a wall one inch taller, this is an example of modification. The small change you make such as building a wall one inch taller is also an example of a modification.

An accommodation changes how a student learns the material. A modification changes what a student is taught or expected to learn. … For example, a student could be assigned shorter or easier reading assignments, or homework that’s different from the rest of the class.

Protonica – Upstream (Solar Sound Network Remix) 2011

It’s not unusual to hear people involved in production make frequent reference to “upstream” and “downstream” parts of the process. Upstream refers to the material inputs needed for production, while downstream is the opposite end, where products get produced and distributed.Album: PROTONICA

Midstream is a term used to describe one of the three major stages of oil and gas industry operations. Midstream activities include the processing, storing, transporting and marketing of oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquids.Aug 26, 2020

In molecular biology and genetics, upstream and downstream both refer to relative positions of genetic code in DNA or RNA. … When considering double-stranded DNA,upstream is toward the 5′ end of the coding strand for the gene in question and downstream is toward the 3′ end.

Protonica – Orion Sleepers (Vinyl) 2011

Orion is a prominent constellation located on the celestial equator and visible throughout the world. It is one of the most conspicuous and recognizable constellations in the night sky. It is named after Orion, a hunter in Greek mythology. Its brightest stars are blue-white Rigel and red Betelgeuse. Wikipedia

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