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"[This] is the kind of picture book I wished we read while we were taking karate. I really like that the main character is a girl with dreamy notions of becoming a black belt but gets daunted by the actual training. This is the reality of karate - it's a marathon, not a sprint! But like karate, the act of doing and not giving up pays dividends in areas that cross beyond physical training: self-control, self-discipline, and self-confidence. Julie Black Belt's message also has an overarching theme of perseverance - that achievement results from consistent hard work."- Pragmatic Mom
When Julie takes a kung fu class, she thinks getting a black belt will be easy. But her bold teacher says guess again! As reality doesn't match her expectations, Julie wonders what would her matinee idol Brandy Wu do? Can Julie take her lessons to heart? Only then can this "white belt" pass her next test to show her brother, parents, and heroine this sport's true spirit.
"Idolizing the movie actress Brandy Wu, Julie confidently accepts her parents' offer to enroll in a kung fu class in Oliver Chin's delightful Julie Black Belt: The Kung Fu Chronicles. But getting a black belt won't be easy since her teacher says every beginner must start with a white one. Julie wonders what her big screen idol would do...Find out through Charlene Chua's lively illustrations in this engaging and empowering read." - Audrey Magazine, Oct/Nov 2007 issue
When an EDR is downloaded using the Bosch translation tool, it generates a written report called a Crash Data Report (CDR). This report can include pre-crash speed, throttle position, brake pedal position, seat-belt status and the speed change experienced by the car during the collision or Delta V. The third misconception is that the CDR contains impartial and infallible pre-crash and crash information. It does not. Figures 4 and 5 are examples of CDR reports generated from data downloaded from EDR data that is clearly incorrect. In Figure 4, the system reported a velocity change in this frontal crash of .23 mph. In Figure 5, the reported velocity change was 1.9 mph notwithstanding the massive front-end damage.
Bosch/Vetronix in cooperation with most vehicle manufacturers has developed a tool that is capable of downloading data from EDRs and translating the hexadecimal code into words, graphs and numbers. However, the tool translates only a small amount of the data. It does not, for example, translate system diagnostics, or fault codes and so cannot determine whether the system was working properly when the data was received. For example, the Bosch tool cannot tell if the wheel sensors were calibrated, whether the seat-belt switch wires were damaged, or whether the power was interrupted. It cannot verify that the data downloaded was from the accident at issue. And, most importantly, it cannot determine whether what is in the data represents what occurred in the accident at issue. Like the Rosetta Stone, it is simply a translation tool. And while the Rosetta Stone allowed scholars to translate ancient texts, it did not tell them whether what they were translating was fact or fiction.