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    Essay On Dark Matter

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    matter and the Standard Model, or the accepted working model of the Universe, fields suggests that dark matter is an extension of gravity. This is because dark matter’s Planck mass, or minimum mass of an object needed to hold a charge, is too high to strongly interact with Standard Model fields. Yet, a spin-2 field appears to interact well with dark matter, allowing the gravitational stress-energy and Noether tensors, or general vectors that represent a function in flat space, to consistently correlate, meaning that dark matter would then be composed of spin-2 bosons (Babichev et al.). While interesting, this theory seems unlikely, mostly because there is already so much evidence that points towards dark matter being composed of neutrinos (Arguelles et al.). But there is other research that shows the spin-2 model to be unlikely, mainly research in which galaxies that appear to be missing dark matter is studied (Oman et al.). For the galaxies found that seem to be missing dark matter, their velocities are not proportional to their observed baryonic masses. This means that each galaxy has either too many or too few “normal” particles and thus not enough dark matter to account for their velocities (Oman et al.). This discredits the Ghost Free Bimetric Theory because, since dark matter is seen as an extension of gravity by this theory, galaxies would all need a certain amount of dark matter to form (Babichev et al.). It is important to note that by the Standard Model, where it…

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    is one of the discovery that changed science and School system programs in middle oriented even though, the lifestyle in that part of the world is based on Religions faith. The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), made another astonishing and revolutionary discovery changing our modern science. CERN, Physicists and engineers responsible for probing the fundamental structure of the universe. They used the world 's largest and most complex scientific instruments to study the basic…

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    Particulate Matter Essay

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    The Discovery and Motion of Particulate Matter Introduction During the 1930s and 50s many scientist studied cosmic rays which were understood to originate from outer space. Many were able to observe that when the cosmic rays collided with atoms in our atmosphere, the nucleus of the atom was prised open by the energy created. This then revealed many short-lived particles within the nucleus. However, these could only be seen in tracks left behind in sensitive detectors. There were many particles…

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    Victoria Crowe

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    Victoria Crowe’s portrait of former Principal and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Brian Lang completed in 2008 serves as a tribute to the life-long academic whom, during his time as principal, expanded and led the University into the twenty-first century. In a portrait style distinctive from the rest of the University’s portrait collection, Crowe adheres to her professed commitment in portraiture to represent, “a balance between the personality of the sitter, a sense of what they are, revealed through work…

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    What would life be like if the internet was never invented? It is hard to imagine in today’s time when our whole life is centered around this invisible force. It is our way to communicate with one another, share information, and focus our time on. There is an AT&T commercial that gives a comedic, but very relatable and true depiction of how people react when there no internet. The commercial depicts a family that has lost their internet and for them doing simple everyday tasks like going places…

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    Art and science have always been seen as completely separate and opposite studies. Art has always been seen as the display of pictures created by talented artists, while on the other hand, science has always been seen as experiments and research. In the documentary, Particle Fever, the movie brings attention to the different view of the arts and sciences as two interdependent subjects. The director, Dr. David Kaplan, uses the documentary to give his audience an inside view to the world’s largest…

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    Concordia College Dakiya Gray Education 164 Dr. Dresser Spring 2017 The InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards The Learner and Learning Standard #1: Learner Development This standard means that as a teacher you understand that not every student learns the same. Each student learns differently and as a teacher you cannot accept all students to get and understand the material using only one form of learning. Standard #2: Learning Differences This standard means that as a teacher you must know…

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    Professional Standards INTASC Standards: 4, 5 Standard 4 – “The teacher understands the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the discipline(s) he or she teaches and creates learning experiences that make these aspects of the discipline accessible and meaningful for learners to assure mastery of the content (Henson, 2009).” As an educator, it is necessary for me to expand my teaching techniques and to present instruction that will help foster students’ advancement of critical…

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    What is standard care? Standard care is a measure of what the community expects and demands from a person from a person in a given situation (Varone, 2012). There are two types of standard care, ordinary and professional. Ordinary standard care is the degree of care that the reasonably prudent person would not run would have exercised under the circumstances and professional standard care is the care that a person with professional skills and training is required to exercise, namely, the care…

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    far more profitable than an honest one. Although laws about murder may not be as serious as a laws about embezzlement, the same idea applies here. Without businesses having a standard that they must adhere to, it would be far easier and more profitable to live a life of corruption. Sure it 's easy to believe that many people have too good of a conscious to commit harmful acts, but if these acts still occur while there are tremendous consequences on the table then it would only make sense that…

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