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    is assumed as a stochastic process, also known as white noise, in this case. However, sometimes ambient excitation may contain some dominant frequency components which could be easily confused with natural frequencies of the structure. The separation of the true modal parameters from erroneous ones should be done on the next step using various methods ( Jacobsen, N-J Separating Structural Modes and…

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    why certain things decompose faster than others? I was interest in doing this project because I’ve always wondered why certain things decompose faster than others, and why they decompose. For my science fair project I want to find out why what types of decomposition there are, and how the process of decomposition works. I like to observe the tiny things in life, and why it works, or why it happens, and I feel like I could gain some knowledge on biodegradable, compostable, and decomposable…

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    washed and packed in natron (A natural salt). The heart is NOT taken out of the body due to it is found to be the center of intelligence and feeling. Therefore it will be needed in the afterlife. The brain is then removed using a long hook that is used to sash the brain and pull it out through the nose. The body is then covered and filled with natron. All of the materials used in the embalming process are to be saved and buried alongside the body. After a forty day period the body is washed…

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    Americans are misrepresented in the history of mortuary practices. Native American embalming consisted of four ritualistic steps. First incisions are made length wise along only the back of the deceased body. The flesh is then removed from the body in one large piece. I have a unique insight into this process because I have been a part of it. A body came into the funeral home with a fatal shot from a small caliber round to the head. The interesting thing about small caliber injuries is that…

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    acid-base reaction. Heat is also detected in all of the reaction signifying it is conducting some sort of energy or electricity. Therefore, reactions nine, eleven, twelve, and fourteen are all acid-base chemical reactions because of the chemical properties that they share. Reactions eight and fifteen were all discovered to be decomposition reactions because of their physical observations. A chemical decomposition reaction is a reaction in which a compound, the reactant, is broken down into…

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    Saigō Takamori was born on on 1827/12/7 in the Castletown of Kagoshima, an isolated area within the Satsuma domain under the control of the Shimazu clan which had established themselves as the oldest living clan in Japan at the time of his birth. The Shimazu clan were of notable prestige in that they were the only clan that received foreign ambassadors in a time when, under the orders of the Tokugawa Shogunate (the shogunate was a council of military commanders led primarily by a single domain),…

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    will take money away from the farmer and our agricultural industry, a major part of our economy. The pipeline only runs through our state, and there isn’t a continuous income that will come from it. Transition: Our economy is very important in the progress of our state and communities, and the pipeline could help and hurt it. According to the New Oxford American Dictionary dictionary, eminent domain is the right of a government or its agent to expropriate private property for public use, with…

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    While many design fields aren’t as regulated as other fields like print and cinema, every designer should still develop their own CODE OF ETHICS to abide by when working with clients. According to the design institute of Australia, ethics is a rational study of the moral dilemmas in human action. A moral code can be either implicit or explicit and can be very subjective; there isn’t always a right or wrong solution. As a result, it is important for you to consider your own stance as a designer…

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    The efficacy provision in the Patents Act of 2005 for India was necessary because it prevented other medications that were a new form of an existing drug from being patented. Any company trying to introduce a new medication was required to show proof that the medication had more effectiveness than an existing drug. In regards to the patent provisions in India, the provisions were put in place for many different reasons. In 1970, India Parliament adopted a new Patent Law that prohibited foods…

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    Monkey Selfies Case Study

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    creative abilities to create or produce works that can be deemed works or copyrightable materials at all. Currently, the laws and policies of the U.S. Copyright Office state that the copyright on a photograph goes to the person that took the photo, or actually hits the shutter. The U.S. Copyright Office policies are based on the idea that copyrights are given to the creator of the photo and that it does not recognize works created by non-humans to be subject to the U.S. copyright laws. The…

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