The lifting can begin when air flows up the side of a mountain or hitches a ride f... ... middle of paper ... ...e as the ambient horizontal winds push the supercell along. The vortex continues to move away until its inflow gets cut off. For examples, if a heavy rain begins to fall, the circulation wraps the mesocyclone and its tornado in a revolving curtain of downpour. The tornado becomes rain-wrapped which causes the inflow of warm moist air to slowly dampen and eventually the tornado dissipates. The creating of a tornado is filled with physics.
Dreams are the series of storyline images we experience as we sleep. Dreams can be entertaining, frightening, or unusual. Dreams can occur anytime during sleep, however, REM (rapid eye movement) sleep is when most vivid dreams occur which is when the brain is most active. Apparently, we can dream from four up to six times per night, according to some experts. We all dream - even if we forgot our dreams as soon as we wake up.
Dream theory has been around ever since dreaming has occurred. With the aid of modern sleep research, dream symbolism and fortunetelling is constructed by coincidence and does not foreshadow reality. By considering symbolism from history to present, fortunetelling and the body while asleep, dreams have proven to be no more than a strange story played inside the mind. Dreams were believed to be messages from the Gods and were interpreted to answer problems, predictions of the future, and even direction to ... ... middle of paper ... ...he actuality. Many people have had the experience of dreaming something that later actually did occur but is often a coincidence.
The adrenaline shot me forcing me to move but shock shattered me into thin slices that were impossible to put back again. I fetched frantically for a plastic bag, my body sweltered with heat as I felt away for... ... middle of paper ... ...rt. I could taste real blood leaking out of my mouth. A bolt of lightning jolted every nerve within me and an aggravating pain caused me to collapse. I was shaking and by eyes bulged out as a sharp pain forced its way through every nerve and vessel in my body.
When the pressure drop is relatively high, it means that the pressure exerted by the vapour is insufficient to hold up the liquid in the tray, causing the gas bubbles to appear on top of the sieve trays. To add on, the higher the pressure drop, the higher the velocity of the vapour passing up the column. As a result, more vapour will penetrate the liquid and more bubbles formation is observed. Due to more bubbles formation, the degree of foaming are more agitated, rapid and spread out. The bubbles forms become more spread out when the pressure drop increases because the pressure acting on the holes of the sieve trays causes to push the bubbles against the other bubbles.
There is an excessive amount of information which could lead one to assume that UFOs are fiction, yet there is also an abundant amount of evidence which suggests that UFOs are in fact out there. What, and who, are we to believe? I. On September 1, 1859, Richard Carrington, a renowned astronomer of his time, saw two luminous bodies that he said were not meteors flying through the air (Lore 53). Nine years later at Radcliffe Observatory in Oxford, many astronomers witnessed a luminous object that moved quickly across the sky, stopped, changed course to the west, then to the south, where it hovered for four minutes.
Suddenly the large tube hit something inside his lungs and Steve began to cough up water violently. It flooded the tube and gurgled up with sporadic gasps. A high pitched beeping assaulted his ears and he thrashed side to side, trying anything to breathe again. A vacuum whirred and Steve really couldn't breathe as fluid was sucked from his lungs. He fought the process, the desire for air so strong that he became an animal, thrashing violently and biting down on the tube in an effort to sever it.
Sometimes people become lucid without noticing any particular clue in the dream; they just suddenly realize they are in a dream. A minority of lucid dreams (according to the research of LaBerge and colleagues, about 10 percent) are the result of returning to REM (dreaming) sleep directly from an awakening with unbroken reflective consciousness. The basic definition of lucid dreaming requires nothing more than becoming aware that you are dreaming. However, the quality of lucidity can vary greatly. When lucidity is at a high level, you are aware that everything experienced in the dream is occurring in your mind, that there is no real danger, and that you are asleep in bed and will awaken shortly.
“What is a dream?” Or “Why do we dream?” Still two of the greatest unanswered questions today. The most popular definition of dreaming is “A series of images, emotions, and sensations occurring involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep.” (http://www.thefreedictionary.com/dream The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 4th edition copy right 2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company) We all know we have dreams, but no one really knows why, or what causes us to dream. We have often found ourselves trying to relate the crazy dream we had the night before to our everyday lives, or what the dream was trying to tell us. The human brain is a small ball full of huge amounts of information that we don’t even think we know. There is a theory that states we dream because our “brain is sorting through everything that has been collected during the waking hours.” (http://science.howstuffworks.com/life/why-do-we-dream.htm , Why Do We Dream, Charles W. Bryant) When you think about all the things that you see, hear, and store in your mind throughout that day, this theory is makes total sense.