• Magnetic Field Sphere Earth Stars
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    It is impossible to briefly run through all the problems of a hypothesis advanced, so only its main assumptions almost unsupportable by factual evidence are given in the present paper. In my opinion, the hypothesis as a whole is provable. It can partly be proved by knowledge of today and expected in the future. 1. The Origin and the Structure of our Universe I suppose that the Universe we can observe and cognize consists of self-developing hierarchically co-subordinate and genetically relative ...
  • Aurora Borealis 2 Solar Wind
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    INTRODUCTION One of nature = s most spectacular phenomenons to date is the once mysterious aurora. This dazzling show of lights has been working its magic for people around the world for several years. But, few know the cause of this amazing light display. It is the purpose of this report to reveal this mystery a mystery that scientists aspired to solve for nearly 300 years. WHAT IS AN AURORA An aurora is a luminous atmospheric phenomenon that can be seen most frequently above 60. North or South...
  • Bose Einstein Condensation Atoms Atom Condensate
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    Everything in the world around us is made up of particles. These particles can be placed into two categories called bosons and fermions. Bosons are particles that have integer spin values, such as 1, 2, 3 and so on. 3 Examples of bosons are photons, which are quantum of electromagnetic radiation, phonons, which are quantum of vibrational energy, and most atoms. Fermions on the other hand are particles that have half-integer spin values, such as 1/2, 3/2, 5/2 and so on. 3 Fermions are the most c...
  • Telekinesis Magnetic Field
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    Telekinesis The most important thing to understand is that it is possible. Telekinesis is part of physical reality, just as telepathy is. The next most important knowledge related to achieving success with this, or any other human ability, is realizing that if one person can do it, any normal person can do it, and that means you. There is a prerequisite to achieving success in this endeavor, and that is having the ability to relax completely and focus your attention without distraction. In itsel...
  • Paper Clips Coils Voltage Wire
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    What Affects the Strength of an Electromagnet? Aim What is the effect of increasing the current and increasing the number of coils when picking up paper clips? Definition First of all, an electromagnet has to be defined. An electromagnet can also be called a Solenoid, Which consists of a core of iron and then wire is wrapped round it. Prediction I predict that as the current carried in the wire gets stronger, so will the magnetic field surrounding the electromagnet. Therefore, I think that the a...
  • Automotive Ignition Systems Spark Plug
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    Ignition Systems: New and Old Jeff Tuttle Period 39/9/04 Ignitions systems in motor vehicles have evolved in the past thirty years. Points was a simple concept but was not reliable and needed adjustment and replacement of components seemed constant. Today a magnetic sensor relays a signal to the computer which in turn sends the voltage to the selected cylinder to ignite the fuel / air mixture. There are not mechanical parts to fail or become corroded and brittle. There are many different parts t...
  • Light Wave Particle Properties
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    Light is what we see. It can be thought of either as a particle, (the photon), or as a wave. The photon we can easily think of as a small dot travelling through space at the speed of light. Each photon has a particular colour or energy. But how do we think of light as a wave For this we need to know that light is also an "Electro-magnetic field" - a combination of electric-field and magnetic-field - the same thing that causes static electricity and magnets to attract (or repel) things. Light is ...
  • Superconductivity Magnetic Field
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    Superconductivity INTRODUCTION We " ve all heard about superconductivity. But, do we all know what it is? How it works and what are its uses? To start talking about superconductivity, we must try to understand the how 'normal' conductivity works. This will make it much easier to understand how the 'super' part functions. In the following paragraphs, I will explain how superconductivity works, some of the current problems and some examples of its uses. CONDUCTIVITY Conductivity is the ability of ...
  • The Earth Magnetic Field
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    Did u know that our planet, Earth wasn't always thought of as a planet? Until the sixteenth century when Copernicus figured out that the Earth was another planet, which revolved around the sun, Greek astronomers thought the Earth was the center of the solar system. Also Earth is the only planet that its name didn't come from Greek/Roman mythology. When earth was first discovered, astronomers were only able to study it with out spacecraft. It was not until the twentieth century that we had maps o...
  • Magnetic Disks Disk Field Head
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    Magnetic Disks (Hard Disk) The topic of magnetic disks is one that involves many physics related phenomenon. The intricate structure and design of "Magnetic Disks" (or hard disks) in computers include the principles of Fluid Flow, Rotational Motion, Electromagnetism, and more. This paper will focus mainly on the previously listed physics occurrences, and the design that goes into engineering the magnetic disk to include them. These physics principles are utilized in such a way that makes the har...
  • Space Storms Weather Solar Earth
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    Space Storms I. Introduction For years, citizens in the United States have had access to televised weather as well as radar images of storm activity from around the world. Weather prediction has become increasingly accurate with the advancement of technology and should continue to get better. For the majority of people following the weather has become a routine part of their lives. As a society we seem to be well educated about the weather occurring on our own planet but we know little of the we...
  • The Northern Lights Earth Magnetic Particles
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    The Northern lights are poetry, they are nature's light show, and they are quantum leaps in the oxygen atom. They are elementary particle physics, superstition, mythology and fairy tales. The northern lights have filled people with wonder and inspired artists; they have frightened people to think that the end is at hand. More exact explanations of the phenomenon could not be given until modern particle physics were developed, and knowledge about details in the earth's magneto sphere has been bas...
  • Permanent Magnets Magnetic Electric Fig
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    For Levitation In ancient times men knew of a special kind of rock that could pull other rocks of the same kind and pieces of iron toward themselves. Such rocks were called lodestones. Today man uses the same force exerted by electromagnets and permanent magnets to provide magnetic aide to trains and more efficient power generators. This report will focus on the use of magnets in the generation of electricity and magnetically aided trains. Magnetism is defined as the force exerted by a magnetic...
  • Magnetic Field Electrons Train Current
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    INTRODUCTION We " ve all heard about superconductivity. But, do we all know what it is How it works and what are its uses To start talking about superconductivity, we must try to understand the how "normal" conductivity works. This will make it much easier to understand how the "super" part functions. In the following paragraphs, I will explain how superconductivity works, some of the current problems and some examples of its uses. CONDUCTIVITY Conductivity is the ability of a substance to carry...
  • Basic Transformers Magnetic Field
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    Introduction The Reason and Use of Transformers A transformer is a device that raises or lowers voltage and is used mostly with alternating current, or ac. A transformer has no moving parts, is simple, rugged, durable, and can be up to ninety-nine percent efficient. Cities use a large amount of power, and power is based on the amount of current in electricity. A transformer works by changing the amount of voltage and current of electricity. When voltage is increased current in electricity is dec...
  • Mercury 2 Magnetic Field
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    Mercury Mercury is the eighth largest planet in our solar system, equaling roughly one-third of Earth s size. It is also the planet closest to the sun, and is often visible with binoculars, or even the naked eye. It s difficult to see in the twilight sky. One of Mercury s most distinguishable features is its rugged surface, which is similar to the surface of the Earth s moon. In Roman mythology, Mercury is the god of commerce and thievery. He is considered the Roman counterpart of the Greek god...
  • How The Mri Works
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    The MRI, an abbreviation for magnetic resonance imaging, uses magnetic signals, rather than X-rays to create image "slices" of the human body (Edwards). Like all imaging techniques, the MRI creates images based on differences between types of tissues. The MRI shows us the different tissues, and thus creates an image inside the body. An MRI is often used to study nerves, muscles, ligaments, bones, and other tissues in the body; the detail of the study can be quite incredible. An MRI is often used...
  • Electromagnetic Pulse Emp Effects Field
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    Electromagnetic Pulse has been known of since the 1940's when nuclear weapons were being trialed and produced. Yet, due to the lack of sufficient data the exact effects of EMP were not fully known until 1962. During this time a series of tests were being conducted which were code named 'Fishbowl'. "An electromagnetic pulse consists of a broadband, high intensity, short duration burst of electromagnetic energy. If nuclear detonation occurs, the electromagnetic pulse consists of a continuous freq...
  • Theory Of One Electron Spectrum And Fine Structure Sodium
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    Contents 1. Introduction 1. 1 Objectives 2. Theory 2. 1 Theory of One-Electron Spectrum and Fine Structure of Sodium 2. 2 Theory of Zeeman Effort 3. Procedures 3. 1 Diffraction Grating Spectrometer 3. 2 Fabry-Perot Interferometer 3. 3 Part 1: Helium Spectrum 3. 4 Part 2: t 1 s Order Sodium Spectrum 3. 5 Part 3: Yellow D-line in the Sodium Spectrum 3. 6 Part 4: Normal Zeeman Effort 4. Experimental Results+ 4. 1 Data Table 1: Spectrometer Readings from the He Spectrum 4. 2 Calculation Table 1: ...
  • Thermonuclear Physics High Plasma Magnetic
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    The physics of high-temperature, multi-keV, collision less plasmas, usually immersed in a magnetic field of complex geometry, is dominated by the behavior of unique many-body systems in which collective phenomena dominate over rare two-body collisions. These plasmas are usually far from the thermodynamic equilibrium, due to sources of mode-excitation energy that owe their existence to factors including: electrodynamic forces with spatial inhomogeneities (this is the case in magnetic or inertial ...