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    specify what we might intuitively think of as the difference between apparent and real power, namely, reactive power. Reactive power is the component of power that oscillates back and forth through the lines, being exchanged between electric and magnetic fields and not getting dissipated. It is denoted by the symbol Q, and its magnitude is given by: Again, note how the equation converges for the resistive case where ø = 0 and sinø = 0, as there…

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    Venus Volcanic Activity

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    Any liquid metallic portion of its core could not be rotating fast enough to generate a measurable magnetic field ("V3", 2016). Weather on Venus is very extreme because the atmosphere rotates around quickly. Venus can have winds that reach speeds of up to 186 mph at the cloud tops, which circle the planet every four to five Earth days. The winds die down…

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    How is the Aurora Borealis formed?I have wondered this for a while because they're so pretty and unique.Well I've done a lot of research and have found out its because of the sun and the Earth’s magnetic field. The Northern Lights,Aurora Borealis, Aurora Australis,or Southern Lights are formed when storms on the sun form solar winds, also know as large streams of charged particles streaming toward the Earth.The excited atoms reach the Earth's atmosphere and produce heat which gives us light…

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    The heart is considered as the center of wisdom, passion, and emotions by many a people. This emanates from the fact that people report experiencing emotional states and the feeling love in the area of the heart. However, these feelings have been conventionally attributed to the brain. Recent studies have disputed this fact with physiological mechanisms being explored to ascertain how the heart communicates with the brain and as such influence the health, emotions, perceptions, and processing of…

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    The Jovian planets are composed of mostly hydrogen and helium. They also all have some type of water, usually as water vapor. When it comes to magnetic fields, all of the planets have one except for Venus and Mars. They do have some type of magnetic force, but they are not the same as they are for the other planets. Jupiter has the strongest magnetic field due to its size and the fact that it rotates very quickly. When it comes to atmosphere, many planets are different. Earth is made…

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    possibilities. Despite the eminence of Tesla, Henry, and Ørsted, the importance of Michael Faraday’s scientific achievements remains unsurpassed. Faraday revolutionized science and technology through his work, while inadvertently contributing to the field of medicine, environmental studies, and commercial manufacturing. Faraday was born on September 22, 1792 in South London, England to James and Margaret Faraday. His father, James, supported his family with his career as a blacksmith. However,…

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    Trans-cranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). In the next sections, key terms of the argument are presented in order to provide background of the situation. Then, I presented and discussed studies that outlined the debate. Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a non-invasive method of brain stimulation that relies on electromagnetic induction using a magnet field over the scalp, focused on an area of the brain thought to play a role in mood regulation. The coil generates brief magnetic pulses,…

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    accelerator by the use of alternating electric and magnetic fields. A particle accelerator is a machine…

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    Young Earth Creationism is a theory that states that the universe, including Earth, is 6000-12000 years old and was created in six literal days (Mortenson, 2011). One of the main arguments for this theory is that there are many naturally occurring phenomena in the universe which show that YEC is the only viable theory. This argument was proposed by Dr. Russell Humphreys, an expert in YEC. One of these phenomena includes the spiral shape of the known galaxies. Humphreys suggests that the spiral…

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    What TMS can tell us about Stroke Recovery According to the World Health Organisation (2004) stroke is the second most common cause of adult mortality and the third most common cause of chronic disabilities in adults. Di Pino, Pellegrin, Assenza and Copone et al (2014) discussed stroke affects to the blood-oxygen supply to the brain disrupted synaptic transmission, observed as the lack of electrical activity in the penumbra after the stroke. More research has focused on how the rehabilitation…

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