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Greenhouse Effect and Global Warming

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Our atmosphere makes life on earth possible. It is a complex natural system that provides a multitude of benefits (Critchfield, 1983). One of these benefits is referred to as The Greenhouse Effect. As solar radiation enters the atmosphere much of it is immediately reradiated out into space by cloud cover.

A history of ultrasound physics and the properties of the transducer

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Transducers act as both a transmitter and a receiver of ultrasound and are capable of producing beams that are in turn directed in a variety of ways of improving the quality of the images that are seen on the screen. The main component of the transducer is made from a special piezoelectric material, which implies that they are capable of converting one form of energy to another; for instance, electrical energy can be converted to mechanical energy and vice-versa.

FOSSIL FUEL REPLACEMENT

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They are mainly used for industrial and for domestic purposes. These sources of energy are, however, non-renewable and are limited in supply; this is because they take too long to form. Furthermore, once their deposits are depleted they cannot replenish. According to the U.S.

Global Warming: Causes, Effects and the Future

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Many environmental activists have provided how the global warming is going to affect the environment, as they have all come to the same conclusion about the fact that the global warming is really going to affect the earthly environment, where the extent of its harmfulness will keep increasing with due respect of time.

Decarbonizing Electricity

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In turn, these turbines generate electricity which can be commercially viable depending on the velocity of the winds. Harnessing of this wind power sometimes is a challenge because winds are not constantly flowing and therefore at such times there is bound to be overloads and power surges.

Paleo-discharge of the Maumee floods

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The focus for this investigation is around five locations presented as cross sectional areas. The site descriptions for the areas provide physical views and logical dimensions as viewed on maps and on the ground. The calculations of the measurements provided are a representation for the estimates that is used in solving the problem.

The Solar System and Moon Landing

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Historical events and scientific discoveries are capable of changing people’s understanding of the natural world and scientific concepts. Scientific discoveries are based on studies, observation and experimentation, which dispels the early beliefs resulting into a new understanding (Bond, 2012).

Rocket Science

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For over four decades, NASA has undertaken a number of successful human space flight programs. The role of NASA and ways it could implement to achieve its goals was redefined by President Barak Obama. Some of the current NASA plans for the manned space flight program include Tier One, this aircraft is the newest project, and the in-house name of this program was known as Tier One.

Current flow in a circuit (purely resistive and restive-capacitive

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The current may cause effects such as heating or even induce magnetic fields preferably used for generators, motors and inductors. Current generally flows from the positive terminal towards the negative terminal of battery and there is voltage drop across the electrical elements in the circuit due to resistance, reactance or inductance.

Final Exams

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STUDENT NAME DATE COMPLETED/SUBMITTED [To Student: All your answers should be entered on this Answer Sheet. Submit this Answer Sheet to your Assignment Folder when completed.] Multiple Choice Section (Answer 26 Questions) Type in the letter that represents your best answer to the corresponding question from the original final exam document.

Investigating the physics of basketball

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It examines how equations related to these principles can be used to improve the game of basketball or make decisions. Projectile motion equations can be used to determine optimal angle at which the ball can be thrown in order to score. Moment of force and stability can be used to calculate critical angle at which if a player tilt past, he or she falls.

Space Exploration

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COVER STORY During the heat of the space race in the 1960s, NASA decided it needed a ballpoint pen to write in the zero gravity confines of its space capsules. After considerable research and development, the Astronaut Pen was developed at a cost of approximately $1 million US dollars.

Alternative Fuels for Automobiles

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We have been utilizing petrol and diesel over a span of century and now the time has come that we switch on to another alternative fuels in an effort to save the living standard of the people of the 21st century. According to (Wald)“One of the nation’s biggest energy problems is that nearly all of its ground transportation fuel is derived from oil”.

Fast-food Restaurant and Reasons for Obesity

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Most of the people relate obesity with the fast food restaurants. However, it can be claimed that fast food restaurants are not the sole reason behind obesity. There are deeper causes of obesity that need to be explored.

Formation of Solar Systems

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This paragraph will explain about the formation of planets. Sun has already formed but remaining gas and dust is still there in the form of disk. Sun will start heating the dust and gas cluster. The source of heat is at center and disk will be hottest nearer to the center.

Global Warming: Truth or Hype?

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An agreement was reached in the Kyoto Protocol in 1997 although little has been implemented to date. The most eminent preventive measure is the enhancement of public awareness on the eco-friendly technologies and attitudes necessary in curtailing the probable sources of global warming.

Visit to California Science Center

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As the picture indicates, the wind tunnel was itself a magnificent piece of scientific work that caught our eyes and we spent a lot of time experiencing its functioning and understanding scientific theories behind it.

comparative essay on old earth and young earth

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Firstly, a rational man is known to believe that the universe had a beginning. Secondly, galaxies appear to be moving away from us at a speed which is proportional to their distance. This observation goes hand in hand with the expansion of the universe and suggests that the universe was once compacted (Delsemme, 1998).

NASA Mission

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General outline of the Kepler mission The Kepler mission aims at exploring the Milky Way galaxy for discovery of other planets in the space that are equal to or smaller than the earth and orbits stars. The mission also seeks to discover proportions of stars that may have such planets orbiting around them.

Explain and Evaluate Psychodynamic and Humanistic Approaches

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Ethical concerns of these approaches, their pros and cons will be discussed in detail. Psychodynamic approach in psychology: theoretical assumptions Sigmund Freud is the founder of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic theory and is often referred to as the founder of the modern psychology.

RC circuit lab report

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The amount of charge increases steadily until the maximum amount of charge designed for the capacitor to store is reached. At this point (when an optimum charge has been achieved), the capacitor ceases to charge despite the increase in the voltage of the current flowing across the loop.

Investigation and previous work on optical and thermal measurements in transparent materials

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Therefore, this chapter details previous studies on the optical and thermal analysis of optical materials. The basics of ray tracing, optical features and thermal analysis are described first, followed by a discussion on previous investigations on optical, thermal and physical properties of glasses and polymeric materials such as polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA).

The Impact of Fruit Juices on the Dental Erosion in Human Tooth Enamel

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The changing lifestyle pattern of human beings which incorporates consumption of acidic substances like soft drinks and fruit juices has been a major contributor for the development and progression of dental erosion. Immense research in this field has strongly indicated a definite connection between the role of fruit juices and soft drinks and the development of dental erosion.

The possibility of extra-terrestrial life

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In the past few years, scientists have been indulged in such kind of imaginations which are a sight of both excitement and fear. This mind is exploring the possibility of extra-terrestrial life on earth or in the universe. Recent studies have convinced them, at least, that even bacteria are classified under this kind of life.

Echo Planar Imaging, or EPI, Fast Imaging Techniques (MRI)

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EPI is a fast, flexible imaging method, with good contrast and resolution, and with many potential applications in clinical imaging, such as functional MRI and rapid entire brain imaging. Though, EPI can be very unforgiving and requires careful parameter selection (Weishaupt, Koechli and Marincek, 2008).

Erosion, weathering, mass wasting. Earth's Interior Geologic Time Scale

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Erosion occurs when wind or water blow/wash away the topmost fertile layer of soil. As fertile land loses its fertility due to soil erosion, it is difficult to grow crops on eroded lands. Apart from affecting crops, erosion also weakens land, causing buildings to collapse.

Positron Annihilation.

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When a low energy positron collides with a low energy electron, there is an emittance of two gamma rays in the opposite direction. This phenomenon, also called positron annihilation, results in two gamma rays at 180° and with 0.511 MeV of energy moving in opposite directions.

did asteroids kill the dinosaurs?

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The extinction event that is most familiar today is the one which killed off the dinosaurs, and allowed mammals to take their current place as the dominant species type (York 2006). One of the most well-known theories for the cause of this extinction event is an asteroid hit, but there are several others, including global climate change, volcanic eruptions, communicable disease, and sex determination.

Magnetisation Behaviour of Transition Metals and Ferrites

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Within this dissertation, an examinatio of ferro-, ferri-, and paramagnetic fields and how they all behave distinctly and how the level of magnetism of an object can be measured using a superconducting quantum interfering device (SQUID), the Magnetic Optical Kerr Effect (MOKE), or a Vibrating Sample Magnetometer (VSM) will be examined.

Oceans and Climate Change

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The first of these and one which is really worth mentioning is the Gulf Stream. The Gulf Stream is responsible for the “relatively mild climates of northeastern North America and Europe” (Murck et al., 2010). The Gulf Stream is a warm water current that begins in the Gulf of Mexico and goes out into the Atlantic through the Florida strait.

THE GEARED SYSTEM AND THE GEAR BOX.

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Experiment 2: TITLE: THE GEARED SYSTEM AND THE GEAR BOX. Introduction. This experimental set up is a rubric of a functional gear as applied in Physics and in other disciplines. It gives a reflection of how the gear system operates, how sizes and numbers of teeth in any given gear system relate, as well as, how the naming of the gear system is achieved.

Correlation of the light scattering properties of transparent conducting oxides to PV efficiency

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For sample 238, the transmission is directly proportion to the wavelength of the projected light. As the wavelength increases, the percentage transmission increases but a rapid increase in the percentage transmission can be seen by the projection of light from wave length of 455nm to 627nm.

Physics of racing

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The research paper commences on the comprehension of components that work up several and easy equations that can be used to determine weight transfer in any car. The weight transfer will also be determined using information only obtained from the wheelbase, CH height, distribution of the static weight of the car and driver, and the design of the racetrack, or simple space amid the wheels across the car (Beckman, 2002, p.

The Theory of Continental Drift

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He said that the continents seemed to fit together at the edge of their continental shelves. He based his argument from the observation that the rocks and fossils at the southern hemisphere exhibited a similar pattern. This pattern referred to as the "Gondwana sequence".

Energy and socity

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This lies in the number and atoms’ type, which constitute their individual molecules. For instance, diatomic molecules like N2 & O2 have similar atoms contradictory H2O, CH4, and CO2 whose atoms plus bonds differ radically. This influences their rate of IR absorption.

Electron Microscopy

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Images in TEM are obtained by focusing an electron beam on the specimen. The electrons are absorbed, transmitted, scattered or backscattered. Depending on the kind of image required by the operator, either the transmitted electrons (called direct beam) or the scattered electrons (called diffracted beam) is selected.

The Hubble Telescope

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Time and again man invented various instruments that assisted in the finding out of what resided in the skies that were apparently unseen to man. Among these instruments one of the most revealing instrument proved to be the invention of the telescope. Its subsequent placement into the atmosphere beyond the Earth’s visible skies opened new horizons of information regarding the universe.

Cell Phone Radiation Effects on Humans.

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Some say that cell phones are linked to higher occurrences of cancer and other ailments, while other studies report that cell-phone users have no higher rate of cancer than the population as a whole. No study to date has provided conclusive evidence that cell phones can cause any of these illnesses.

Signal Space Cooperative Communication

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Here the original constellation is expanded so that it can accommodate all possible combinations of different components of signal points in the original constellation. In order to cooperate effectively in the relay phase, it is necessary for the relay to extract all the information required.

Effectiveness of Cloud Seeding

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In order to attain this, substances are dispersed from ground generators or planes into the air to act as ice nuclei or cloud condensers. Their function is to change the microphysical process within the mass of cloud. This technology is gaining a widespread application globally and its practical uses are fog removal, lighting suppression, causing precipitation in form of rainfall, preventing hailstorms and hurricane control.

Dr. Stephen Hawking

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Furthermore, this paper will chronicle the subsequent career and profession that he has as a theoretical physicist, which in turn, made him into an academic and scholastic celebrity. During his career of many years, he has accomplished numerous achievements and this paper will name and exemplify these attainments and successful discoveries.

solar panels in Burkina Faso

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The paper briefs about the initial problems after the 2009 floods and explains the reasons behind this installation. Furthermore, the paper contains a detailed but simplified explanation of the working of solar cells including the structure of solar cells, the P-N junction and the mobile electron-hole pairs, along with the number of cells which will be needed for the required purpose.

The Vast Solar System.

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One of the most amazing part of creation would be the solar system. Today, the solar system is still a mystery to some people while those that understand what it really is are awed by its vastness. First of all, the solar system is made up of the star which we call the Sun; many planets namely Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto; and numerous comets, asteroids, and meteoroids.

The international space station. Major Components.

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The US launched its first satellite Explorer I in 1958, soon after the Soviet Sputnik in 1957. This was the start of space race. The race is in the Cold War era when both nations strived for supremacy in every field. The period was a set of high tension incidents without direct military action.

Suppose you were selected for special position

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Securing a good employment position is not easy especially with the current observed scenarios of employment, unemployment and laying off of workers to account for certain economic situations. Doing what one really wants to do is the beginning of success for any one person who seeks for employment.

Echo Planar Imaging, or EPI, Fast Imaging Techniques (MRI)

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Introduction Magnetic susceptibility refers to the process y issue tissue affects magnetic field. The existing boundaries between fat and compact bone are normally affected by the transverse magnetic field de-phasing and signal distortion. The consequent of the above is that frequency positions in the wrong location in the phase direction.

Cause and effects of Ozone Depletion

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In other words, ozone is more important than oxygen as far as the sustainment of life forms on earth is concerned. The Ozone layer at the top of the atmosphere prevents harmful ultraviolet radiations produced by sun and other stars from reaching earth. However, manmade activities are causing huge problems to the ozone layer at the top of the atmosphere and the depletion of this layer is currently taking place.

Sculpturing the Earth's Surface. The Florida Everglades.

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“The universe is reflected in the sides of a grain of sand” stated William Blake and this stands absolutely true for the region defining the South Florida Everglades (as cited in Dugger, n.d). It is a living example of how much destruction a hundred years of forced oppression can impose upon a region.

Love Topic: anything related to chemistry, astronomy, or cosmology anything related to radioactivity or the nucleus

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When the universe had cooled to 4000K, photons were not energetic enough to ionize hydrogen, and the recombination era began. Matter and radiation decoupled; the universe became transparent. Chemistry in the universe began with the formation of helium during this time, and many other processes of chemistry occurred, driven by the radiation field.

Black Hole. Characteristics and nature.

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Black Hole. Black holes are very condensed space objects that were formerly the huge stars, which crumpled inward as a result of the power of their own gravity. Consequently, black holes are extremely thick. A black hole is a section of space-time from which “nothing, not even light, can escape” (Susskind & Lindesay, p.
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