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the moments you realise you are lonely
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turning on the lights when you come home after work
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ozzie hair solution
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gmat exam prep resources
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2 month ago
gmat club will be tremendous help to you in this journey: tinyurl.com/2jz8yjkk
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gmat exam prep resources
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2 month ago
the best practice material, of course, is the official release. these provide sample questions that perfectly match the difficulty level and the style of the official exam, here: tinyurl.com/4s39u4za
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kate siegel
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ice tea
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2 month ago
the official drink of the southeast united states. enjoyed best when icy cold, gulped down by the half-glass through a wide straw.
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movie buffs
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2 month ago
i think these are not great years for being a movie buff, especially post 2010. seems like hollywood lost it's creative touch at some point, which was not that substantial to begin with.
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act exam prep resources
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2 month ago
especially for the writing section, the book by steve dullan is a great resource. the punctuation and grammar rules necessary for the exam are perfectly summarized. in fact, there is no other book in the market that does a better job in that respect.
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college panda
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2 month ago
the best resource for studying for the writing and language section of the sat exam.
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affluenza kid
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2 month ago
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toefl exam prep resources
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2 month ago
a good way to study for the speaking part is to practice with past years official listening questions. some youtube channels are actually publishing these. like this channel: www.youtube.com/watch?v=icxn83a5xaw&t=372s
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larry einhorn
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rotring 600
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a very reliable pencil
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be dishonest
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happiness is more important then money
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narcos
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3 month ago
a hollywoodized retelling of a sad and regrettable chapter of colombian history for gringos. don't bother
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act exam prep resources
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3 month ago
one of the best things you can do to improve your verbal score is to work on vocabulary. that is, learn more and more words that you may encounter in the exam so, a good way to do this using vocab flashcards. you can prepare your own flashcards or there are several options on amazon that you can buy, like this one: www.amazon.com.tr/barrons-vocabulary-flashcards-sharon-weiner/dp/143807882x . or you can use digital flshcards that are provided by xome phone apps like this one: play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.quizlet.quizletandroid&hl=tr&gl=us
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strange and innovative app ideas
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3 month ago
haha this is hilarious
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may 28 2022 real madrid liverpool champions league final
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a good representative image of the game.
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may 28 2022 real madrid liverpool champions league final
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4 month ago
seems like there is a delay. the game is not starting on time.
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may 28 2022 real madrid liverpool champions league final
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4 month ago
just have bet good money online on: sadio mane scores liverpool wins..
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elmyra duff
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chaladic enigma
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4 month ago
it might have something to do with this: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaldean_Oracles
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Death by beard: Hans Steininger
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The president's famous beard was trimmed before he was buried. It is on display at the Bezirksmuseum Herzogsburg in Austria.
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Death by beard: Hans Steininger
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Commemorating his death in that fire, they made a statue of him in front of St. Stephen's church.
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Death by beard: Hans Steininger
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Due to the length of his beard, Hans always kept his beard tucked in his pocket, leading his daily life. However, during the fire on September 28, 1567, Hans' beard was not in his pocket. As everyone hurried out of town, Hans tripped on his beard as he descended the stairs and fell and broke his neck.
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Death by beard: Hans Steininger
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Known as the man with the longest beard, Hans Steininger died from the vicissitudes of his beard. In 1567 Hans Steininger was prime minister in Austria loved by his people. Under his rule, the people lived in peace and tranquility. However, in addition to being a good leader and prime minister, he also stood out with his 1.4 meter long beard. Although today there is a product suitable for all kinds of hair and beard types, the difficulty of growing a 1.4 meter long beard back then is really surprising.
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Gravitons and Thor's Hammer
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5 month ago
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In the movie, gravitons are assumed to transmit the force of gravity, and if an object emits too many gravitons, this would be equivalent to increasing its mass. Thus, when a "worthless" person exerts an upward force, the heavy metal increases the weight of the hammer to completely cancel this lift, and the hammer remains motionless. When Tony and Rhodey simultaneously apply a greater upward force, the gravitons' emission rate increases to neutralize their efforts again. The increased weight does not damage the table, since only enough gravitons are emitted to hold the hammer steady, that is, to balance all the upward forces. When the lift force is stopped, the excessive graviton emission also stops.
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Gravitons and Thor's Hammer
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5 month ago
Likewise, when Tony Stark tries to lift Mjölnir using his Iron Man glove, he exerts an upward force greater than Mjölnir's weight, but still the hammer remains motionless. In this scene as well, it can be concluded that a unique property of uru metal is that it can emit large quantities of gravitons under appropriate stimuli.
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Gravitons and Thor's Hammer
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James Kakalios, professor of Physics at the University of Minnesota and author of The Physics of Superheroes, proposed a very interesting hypothesis about Mjölnir's incredible weight in an article for Wired ( www.wired.com/2014/11/can-hulk-lift-thors-hammer/ ). The professor thinks that since the hammer is made of a foreign and possibly scientifically advanced metal (uru) under appropriate external stimuli, it should be able to control the emission of gravitons! So, when someone (let's say the Hulk) tries to remove Mjölnir, it instantly calculates its owner's 'value' using some sophisticated algorithm and decides whether it is worthy of using the hammer. If one finds it valuable, the person effortlessly lifts it (just as Thor does) but otherwise, the hammer increases the graviton emission to counteract the upward force exerted on it. Therefore, the more Hulk tries to lift the hammer, the greater the number of gravitons that will be released and the heavier the hammer.
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Gravitons and Thor's Hammer
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5 month ago
In the iconic scene of Avengers: Age of Ultron, which I am sure will be very familiar to you, it is mentioned that Thor's hammer Mjölnir can only be lifted by the worthy and the person who can do it will have Thor's supreme power. Those who follow Thor from movies or comics will know very well that Mjölnir is incredibly heavy and no one but Thor can lift it, which sometimes causes unforeseen problems. In the movie scene, Thor tells other members of his crew to try to lift Mjölnir, which is standing on a coffee table in Tony Stark's attic. Predictably, no one can even move it, except for Captain America, who manages to move it very little. Thor then picks up the hammer and randomly throws it into the air. Although Thor's hammer and everything about it is unfortunately completely fictional, the scientific world has not neglected to come up with a hypothesis that could explain the hammer's incredible weight. Gravitons! While it sounds like the name of a fictional character (there's actually a villain in the Marvel universe called Graviton!), gravitons are real… at least in theoretical physics. The graviton is the fundamental particle that mediates the gravitational force in quantum field theory; in other words, it carries the force of gravity. To put it more precisely, when you throw something into the air and the object bounces back due to gravity, the theory is that gravitons are pulling the object down. Apart from the gravitational force, there are three fundamental forces in nature. All of these forces have their own intermediate elementary particles; light (electromagnetism) travels through photons, the weak interaction is mediated by W and Z bosons, and the fundamental particles that carry the strong nuclear force are called gluons. All these particles “carry” the forces we observe at the macro level. Since the gravitational force is also one of nature's primary forces, it has been theorized that gravitons must also be elementary particles. However, it is one thing to theorize something and another to prove its existence through experiments. Today, the presence of gravitons is almost impossible to detect because we do not have a detector physically suitable for this. Also, since the gravitational force is the weakest of all natural forces, it seems physically impossible to detect gravitons due to the extremely small cross-section of their interaction with matter. Since there is a gravitational force between any two particles, regardless of their position relative to each other, it is assumed that the particles that carry this force between two bodies, namely gravitons, must be essentially massless. They must also carry a spin of 2, because the source of gravity is the stress-energy tensor, which is a quadratic tensor. These attributes indicate that if a massless particle with spin 2 is detected, it must be a graviton. What do gravitons have to do with Thor's hammer? Gravitational force is defined as the force that gives weight to any object. (Let's not forget that the 'weight' of an object is different from its 'mass', which is independent of all external forces.) Since the Moon's gravity is one-sixth that of the Earth, if you weigh 60 kilograms here, you cannot weigh more than 10 kilograms (60/6) on the lunar surface. In short, the higher the gravitational force, i.e. the higher the number of gravitons, the heavier an object. Which means the mighty Mjölnir must be dealing with gravitons somehow! Norse mythology and Marvel Comics tell us that Mjölnir is composed of "uru metal", forged ages ago by the blacksmith Etri at the heart of a dying star. The hammer reads, “Whoever holds this hammer, if worthy, will have the power of Thor.” Essentially, this means that Mjölnir carries some sort of magic on himself, making it available only to those he deems "worthy". Therefore, the ability to "play" with gravitons must lie in the hammer, and indeed in the metal itself. In the movie, the Norse gods are described to us as a race of alien beings whose abilities are not unlike magic, as their abilities are incredibly advanced compared to the twenty-first century world. That's why uru may seem magical as it belongs to a planet far more technologically advanced than our own. For now, let's assume that uru is 'magical' due to its far superior origins.
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The Effect of Sound on Taste of the Things You Eat and Drink
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5 month ago
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In addition to the senses of smell, sight and touch; the sound level in the environment also affects the taste of what we eat and drink. Noise in the environment suppresses our sense of taste and increases our cravings for salty or sweet. In quieter environments, the taste of the food is better because we feel the salt enough. "In the study, the researchers asked participants to eat chips and cookies while listening to white noise at either high or low volumes, or in silence. They found that the eaters perceived saltiness and sweetness as less intense when they ate the food in the presence of loud background noise, in contrast to when they ate it with quieter or no background noise." See the research here: www.sciencefriday.com/articles/does-sound-affect-the-way-we-taste/
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Transportation of Indiana Bell Building
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This moving process was done with such care and precision that the employees in the building continued their business life throughout this process! Infrastructure cables and pipes, such as more than a thousand telephone cables, gas pipes, electrical cables, sewer and water pipes, that came to the company building, had to be constantly stretched to keep them working.
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Transportation of Indiana Bell Building
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5 month ago
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Telephone building relocated while people were still working Inside the whole time: Indiana Bell.
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Transportation of Indiana Bell Building
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5 month ago
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A movable wooden sidewalk was used to allow both employees and customers to enter and exit the building during this transportation process. The work and service in the company building has not been interrupted even once during this relocation process.
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Transportation of Indiana Bell Building
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The headquarters of Indiana Bell, a telephone company, was located in an 8-story building that was built in 1907 and weighed 11,000 tons. Deciding in 1929 that a larger building was needed, the company realized that they could not simply demolish this building, which provided an irreplaceable and important service to the city. However, the location of the building at that time was in an unfavorable area compared to the area where the larger structure was desired. As a result, they decided to move the old building to the back of the plot to make room for the new building! Constructed of brick and steel, this massive structure was rotated 16 meters in four weeks, turned 90 degrees south and then 30 degrees west again. This building-transport initiative, which will go down in history, was started in October 1930.
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sat practice resources
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8 month ago
for the writing & language section, the best book to study from is #college-panda . also, the writing and language quizzes of khan academy are very good. just, don't use that website for reading practice.
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phoebe adele gates
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9 month ago
bill gate's daughter.
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Interesting and strangest phobias
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4 year ago
ombrophobia- fear of rain- this often leads to severe anxiety attacks
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january 12 2016 detantion of us sailors by iran
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4 year ago
apparently, the sailors were on a training mission around noon et when one of the boats experienced mechanical failure and drifted into iranian-claimed waters. iran's coast guard took them into custody, although the crew has been described as being safe. www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2016/01/sailors-iran-persian-gulf/423846/
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january 12 2016 detantion of us sailors by iran
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4 year ago
you venture into us waters the same thing will happen. i know all you radicalized guys would like this to be in incompetence, it's not. this is a planned incursion to identify or cloak other actions. staged with purpose. every news channel just reported it around the world, those under cloak now have their message delivered.
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january 12 2016 detantion of us sailors by iran
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4 year ago
what? this cannot be true. barack signed a nuclear weapons agreement with iran and now they love us. maybe barack will address this in his sou tonight.
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when windows went wrong
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4 year ago
after they removed david byrne - like humans do. :( :( www.youtube.com/watch?v=guy4fr-bmgy
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Gravitons and Thor's Hammer
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5 month ago
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James Kakalios, professor of Physics at the University of Minnesota and author of The Physics of Superheroes, proposed a very interesting hypothesis about Mjölnir's incredible weight in an article for Wired ( www.wired.com/2014/11/can-hulk-lift-thors-hammer/ ). The professor thinks that since the hammer is made of a foreign and possibly scientifically advanced metal (uru) under appropriate external stimuli, it should be able to control the emission of gravitons! So, when someone (let's say the Hulk) tries to remove Mjölnir, it instantly calculates its owner's 'value' using some sophisticated algorithm and decides whether it is worthy of using the hammer. If one finds it valuable, the person effortlessly lifts it (just as Thor does) but otherwise, the hammer increases the graviton emission to counteract the upward force exerted on it. Therefore, the more Hulk tries to lift the hammer, the greater the number of gravitons that will be released and the heavier the hammer.
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Gravitons and Thor's Hammer
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5 month ago
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In the movie, gravitons are assumed to transmit the force of gravity, and if an object emits too many gravitons, this would be equivalent to increasing its mass. Thus, when a "worthless" person exerts an upward force, the heavy metal increases the weight of the hammer to completely cancel this lift, and the hammer remains motionless. When Tony and Rhodey simultaneously apply a greater upward force, the gravitons' emission rate increases to neutralize their efforts again. The increased weight does not damage the table, since only enough gravitons are emitted to hold the hammer steady, that is, to balance all the upward forces. When the lift force is stopped, the excessive graviton emission also stops.
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Gravitons and Thor's Hammer
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5 month ago
Likewise, when Tony Stark tries to lift Mjölnir using his Iron Man glove, he exerts an upward force greater than Mjölnir's weight, but still the hammer remains motionless. In this scene as well, it can be concluded that a unique property of uru metal is that it can emit large quantities of gravitons under appropriate stimuli.
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Gravitons and Thor's Hammer
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5 month ago
In the iconic scene of Avengers: Age of Ultron, which I am sure will be very familiar to you, it is mentioned that Thor's hammer Mjölnir can only be lifted by the worthy and the person who can do it will have Thor's supreme power. Those who follow Thor from movies or comics will know very well that Mjölnir is incredibly heavy and no one but Thor can lift it, which sometimes causes unforeseen problems. In the movie scene, Thor tells other members of his crew to try to lift Mjölnir, which is standing on a coffee table in Tony Stark's attic. Predictably, no one can even move it, except for Captain America, who manages to move it very little. Thor then picks up the hammer and randomly throws it into the air. Although Thor's hammer and everything about it is unfortunately completely fictional, the scientific world has not neglected to come up with a hypothesis that could explain the hammer's incredible weight. Gravitons! While it sounds like the name of a fictional character (there's actually a villain in the Marvel universe called Graviton!), gravitons are real… at least in theoretical physics. The graviton is the fundamental particle that mediates the gravitational force in quantum field theory; in other words, it carries the force of gravity. To put it more precisely, when you throw something into the air and the object bounces back due to gravity, the theory is that gravitons are pulling the object down. Apart from the gravitational force, there are three fundamental forces in nature. All of these forces have their own intermediate elementary particles; light (electromagnetism) travels through photons, the weak interaction is mediated by W and Z bosons, and the fundamental particles that carry the strong nuclear force are called gluons. All these particles “carry” the forces we observe at the macro level. Since the gravitational force is also one of nature's primary forces, it has been theorized that gravitons must also be elementary particles. However, it is one thing to theorize something and another to prove its existence through experiments. Today, the presence of gravitons is almost impossible to detect because we do not have a detector physically suitable for this. Also, since the gravitational force is the weakest of all natural forces, it seems physically impossible to detect gravitons due to the extremely small cross-section of their interaction with matter. Since there is a gravitational force between any two particles, regardless of their position relative to each other, it is assumed that the particles that carry this force between two bodies, namely gravitons, must be essentially massless. They must also carry a spin of 2, because the source of gravity is the stress-energy tensor, which is a quadratic tensor. These attributes indicate that if a massless particle with spin 2 is detected, it must be a graviton. What do gravitons have to do with Thor's hammer? Gravitational force is defined as the force that gives weight to any object. (Let's not forget that the 'weight' of an object is different from its 'mass', which is independent of all external forces.) Since the Moon's gravity is one-sixth that of the Earth, if you weigh 60 kilograms here, you cannot weigh more than 10 kilograms (60/6) on the lunar surface. In short, the higher the gravitational force, i.e. the higher the number of gravitons, the heavier an object. Which means the mighty Mjölnir must be dealing with gravitons somehow! Norse mythology and Marvel Comics tell us that Mjölnir is composed of "uru metal", forged ages ago by the blacksmith Etri at the heart of a dying star. The hammer reads, “Whoever holds this hammer, if worthy, will have the power of Thor.” Essentially, this means that Mjölnir carries some sort of magic on himself, making it available only to those he deems "worthy". Therefore, the ability to "play" with gravitons must lie in the hammer, and indeed in the metal itself. In the movie, the Norse gods are described to us as a race of alien beings whose abilities are not unlike magic, as their abilities are incredibly advanced compared to the twenty-first century world. That's why uru may seem magical as it belongs to a planet far more technologically advanced than our own. For now, let's assume that uru is 'magical' due to its far superior origins.
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hairy cunt
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1 year ago
hairs are the crown of my pussy.
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52 year ago
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things that remind of childhood
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2 month ago
tom and jerry
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qcy q29
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4 month ago
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things that remind of childhood
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3 month ago
having oreos the traditional way, twist, lick and eat
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having a medical operation
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7 month ago
this is the first time this has happened to me this month. you get into a strange psychology. but the important thing is the operation anesthesia etc. not the pain after the surgery.
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the most interesting flight experience
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1 month ago
a suspicious man in our aircraft was taken by police right after baording. the flight was delayed and every passengers hand luggage was rechecked in the aircraft
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homo naledi
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1 month ago
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cosmo kramer
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7 month ago
jerry -- i am going out with one of the miss america contestants, you wanna go? kramer -- what state?
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cosmo kramer
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7 month ago
big man chasing small gains. he's smart enough to go to another state just because they're paying more for recycling bottles, loving enough to risk his life for his rooster, and hospitable enough to keep japanese dudes in his drawers.
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52 year ago
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going to the kitchen/living room and forgetting why you went there
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3 month ago
happens to me all the time
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52 year ago
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january 12 2016 detantion of us sailors by iran
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4 year ago
what? this cannot be true. barack signed a nuclear weapons agreement with iran and now they love us. maybe barack will address this in his sou tonight.
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8th october- national poetry day
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4 year ago
be lost in the call lord, said david, since you do not need us, why did you create these two worlds? reality replied: o prisoner of time, i was a secret treasure of kindness and generosity, and i wished this treasure to be known, so i created a mirror: its shining face, the heart; its darkened back, the world; the back would please you if you've never seen the face. has anyone ever produced a mirror out of mud and straw? yet clean away the mud and straw, and a mirror might be revealed. until the juice ferments a while in the cask, it isn't wine. if you wish your heart to be bright, you must do a little work. my king addressed the soul of my flesh: you return just as you left. where are the traces of my gifts? we know that alchemy transforms copper into gold. this sun doesn't want a crown or robe from god's grace. he is a hat to a hundred bald men, a covering for ten who were naked. jesus sat humbly on the back of an ass, my child! how could a zephyr ride an ass? spirit, find your way, in seeking lowness like a stream. reason, tread the path of selflessness into eternity. remember god so much that you are forgotten. let the caller and the called disappear; be lost in the call. - rumi
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Gravitons and Thor's Hammer
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5 month ago
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James Kakalios, professor of Physics at the University of Minnesota and author of The Physics of Superheroes, proposed a very interesting hypothesis about Mjölnir's incredible weight in an article for Wired ( www.wired.com/2014/11/can-hulk-lift-thors-hammer/ ). The professor thinks that since the hammer is made of a foreign and possibly scientifically advanced metal (uru) under appropriate external stimuli, it should be able to control the emission of gravitons! So, when someone (let's say the Hulk) tries to remove Mjölnir, it instantly calculates its owner's 'value' using some sophisticated algorithm and decides whether it is worthy of using the hammer. If one finds it valuable, the person effortlessly lifts it (just as Thor does) but otherwise, the hammer increases the graviton emission to counteract the upward force exerted on it. Therefore, the more Hulk tries to lift the hammer, the greater the number of gravitons that will be released and the heavier the hammer.
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Gravitons and Thor's Hammer
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5 month ago
78274_4706387-k.jpg
In the movie, gravitons are assumed to transmit the force of gravity, and if an object emits too many gravitons, this would be equivalent to increasing its mass. Thus, when a "worthless" person exerts an upward force, the heavy metal increases the weight of the hammer to completely cancel this lift, and the hammer remains motionless. When Tony and Rhodey simultaneously apply a greater upward force, the gravitons' emission rate increases to neutralize their efforts again. The increased weight does not damage the table, since only enough gravitons are emitted to hold the hammer steady, that is, to balance all the upward forces. When the lift force is stopped, the excessive graviton emission also stops.
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Gravitons and Thor's Hammer
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5 month ago
Likewise, when Tony Stark tries to lift Mjölnir using his Iron Man glove, he exerts an upward force greater than Mjölnir's weight, but still the hammer remains motionless. In this scene as well, it can be concluded that a unique property of uru metal is that it can emit large quantities of gravitons under appropriate stimuli.
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The Effect of Sound on Taste of the Things You Eat and Drink
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5 month ago
78273_5229149-k.jpg
In addition to the senses of smell, sight and touch; the sound level in the environment also affects the taste of what we eat and drink. Noise in the environment suppresses our sense of taste and increases our cravings for salty or sweet. In quieter environments, the taste of the food is better because we feel the salt enough. "In the study, the researchers asked participants to eat chips and cookies while listening to white noise at either high or low volumes, or in silence. They found that the eaters perceived saltiness and sweetness as less intense when they ate the food in the presence of loud background noise, in contrast to when they ate it with quieter or no background noise." See the research here: www.sciencefriday.com/articles/does-sound-affect-the-way-we-taste/
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toefl exam prep resources
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2 month ago
a good way to study for the speaking part is to practice with past years official listening questions. some youtube channels are actually publishing these. like this channel: www.youtube.com/watch?v=icxn83a5xaw&t=372s
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the moments you realise you are lonely
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1 month ago
turning on the lights when you come home after work
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january 12 2016 detantion of us sailors by iran
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4 year ago
what? this cannot be true. barack signed a nuclear weapons agreement with iran and now they love us. maybe barack will address this in his sou tonight.
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chaladic enigma
4 month ago
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Death by beard: Hans Steininger
5 month ago
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Gravitons and Thor's Hammer
5 month ago
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The Effect of Sound on Taste of the Things You Eat and Drink
6 month ago
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Ielts exam prep resources
7 month ago
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toefl exam prep resources
7 month ago
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act exam prep resources
7 month ago
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gmat exam prep resources
7 month ago
bern broeren
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message me about all things related to vr, occulus, meta, virtual reality, etc:)<br> -twitter link will come here soon-- <br>my medium page: <a href="https://www.medium.com/">htrrrr44.medium.com </a>
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