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Cell Phone Waves and Cancer

- Many people, around the world, use cellular or mobile phones in their everyday life. With the amount of time spent on a cellular phone increasing, so is the concern that these mobile devices, in which we so heavily depend, are now giving us cancer. There is no consistent evidence that connects the use of these wireless devices to any specific type of cancer. Additionally, more research is needed to examine the technology of cellular phones and how people use them. Technology and use habits are constantly changing....   [tags: Brain Tumors, Technology, Waves]

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Earthquake Waves and Epicenter Location

- Earthquakes happen all round the world daily and they are extremely dangerous. An earthquake is caused by the movement of plates called fault. Plates are segments of the outermost rigid shell of the Earth, composed of the crust and attached upper mantle, which float on the plastic like asthenosphere. Faults are in deep underground, they are always moving slowly that we can’t even feel it. Seismologists are studying how to predict an earthquake to be safer in the earthquake by learning and studying the seismic waves....   [tags: reverse fault,tectonic plates,seismic waves]

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Faith in Kierkegaard's Breaking the Waves

- Faith in Kierkegaard's Breaking the Waves In Soren Kierkegaard's Fear and Trembling, he discusses the "Three Movements to Faith." For Kierkegaard, faith of any kind involves a paradox. This paradox, as well as Kierkegaard's suggested path to faith, is illustrated by the main characters of Breaking the Waves, Bess and Jan. Kierkegaard explains there are steps one can take towards faith; however, they are so difficult he believes only one person, the "Knight of Faith," has completed the movements....   [tags: Kierkegaard Breaking the Waves Essays]

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The Importance of Birds in Virginia Woolf's The Waves

- The Importance of Birds in Virginia Woolf's The Waves      To emphasize her viewpoint in The Waves, Woolf employs a distinctive style.  She interlocks the dramatic monologues of six characters at successive stages in their lives to tell her story; and prefaces each of the sections with a descriptive passage of sun and waves through a single day.  In these passages descriptions of the sun, the sea, the plants, and the birds make implicit comparisons with the characters' speeches.  The actions of the birds in the descriptive passages most strikingly parallel the developing consciousness of the characters, exemplified by Susan....   [tags: Virginia Woolf Waves Essays Papers]

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The Effects Of Waves On The Ocean

- At any given time in any given weather condition, bodies of water are effortlessly crashing onto the shore. These are known as waves: the waves that people smoothly surf in, the waves that bring in the excess seaweed, and the waves that create a unique movement in the ocean for the people on Earth to observe. However, the meaning of waves is not limited to its literal definition. Waves are the continuous flow of positive and negative attributes. Cycles of positive and negative attributes can be found in nature....   [tags: Emotion, Feeling, Ocean, Life]

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The Sound of Waves by Yukio Mishima

- ... Shinji woke up from his slumber to see Hatsue’s silhouette naked, by the fire. He tries to refrain from looking at her, but eventually she realizes he is awake (73). This creates a conflict between the two characters, as Hatsue believes it is not right for a woman to lose her virginity before marriage, but Shinji does not see why maintaining innocence is important (77). Mythical allusions described by Mishima serve to highlight the other qualities within The Sound of Waves. When Shinji first catches sight of Hatsue, she is “letting her hair stream” and her “cheeks glow” (7)....   [tags: hatsue and shinji]

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The Sound of Waves by Yukio Mishima

- ... This portrayed that Mishima believed that the tradition of the Japanese social class can be broken if it is true love that brought two people together. Another example where social class has become a conflict is when Yasuo assumed that he would be the one marrying Hatsue, and he would become Terukichi’s new son. This assumption of Yasuo shows that in tradition, it is known that a person of a certain level in the social class marries another person of the same level. Since Hatsue and Yasuo come from the same social class, Yasuo believed they were bound to marry each other....   [tags: japanese traditionalism, social class]

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Heart Waves Observed with an Electrocardiogram

- An electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) is a test that measures movement of electrical signals in the heart’s myocardium during depolarisation and repolarisation, known as the sinus rhythm. The machine that records the ECG, the electrocardiograph, presents the data as a trace, on a piece of paper, with spike and dips known as waves. In a healthy heart, 5 distinct waves can be observed. These include the P wave, the Q, R, and S waves (collectively known as the QRS complex), and the T wave (Kligfield et al., 2007)....   [tags: depolarisation, ventricular, contraction]

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Frequency, Resonance and Radio Waves

- The radio is a very important device in our daily living. Although most people do not know what it takes to keep radios working. In a radio there are many elements needed to keep a radio working frequency, resonance and radio waves are all elements needed to power a radio. Frequency means the number of incidence of a repeating event per unit of time. Frequency sends sound signals on a radio wave. FM also stands for frequency modulation. FM and AM are the main chiefs of sending music and words....   [tags: Technology]

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The Effects of Ultraviolet Waves

- Electromagnetic Waves essay Radiation is the emission of energy as electromagnetic waves or as moving subatomic particles; an example of radiation is, electromagnetic radiation.This is a form of radiant energy which travels through space via electromagnetic waves. These waves can be found in the electromagnetic spectrum. This is the range of all possible frequencies of electromagnetic radiation.The range of waves in the electromagnetic spectrum range from radio waves, to gamma rays, the waves in the middle consists of infrared, visible, and ultraviolet waves....   [tags: electromagnetic, spectrum, vitamin d]

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Acoustic Waves in Physics

- ... [5] After reading the first paragraphs you may be wondering why are acoustic waves so important in normal life or “why would I ever need this equation?’ Acoustic waves are important because sound is all around us. When you think of the word “acoustic” a few words may come to mind. Guitars, stereos, and many other items involve acoustic waves. For example, when the bass on a stereo is turned all the way up you may hear the bass and that will then cause the ground to shake. This is because the greater the amplitude of an acoustic wave the louder the sound it produces....   [tags: variations, moleculas, compression]

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Underwater Wireless Communication with Acoustic Waves

- UNDERWATER WIRELESS COMMUNICATION The communication between any two entities can be either wired or wireless. The concept of wireless technology was started in the year 1923. As we all know that 70% of the earth is full covered with water. It was necessary to develop wireless network that can also work under water. Here arises the concept of acoustic waves. Acoustic wave’s works better in water .Also it can travel long distance inside water and are very fast than radio waves. The concept of underwater wireless communication is a major finding in the field of wireless communications....   [tags: messages, oceanography, transmitting]

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Crime Waves, Fears, And Social Reality

- Crime Waves, Fears, and Social Reality begins by explaining a poll that states that 17% of Americans are worried about being murdered. 45% would have their homes burglarized. 43% would have their car stolen. 26% would be mugged and 13% would be sexually assaulted. The number of individuals who fear crime in the United States is vast. Americans typically envision criminals as young, poor, males that are physically harming or stealing something instead of a suit wearing white-collar criminal. However, this is not the case....   [tags: Crime, Criminology, Assault, Theft]

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Ruling The Waves

- Essay on Spar's Ruling the Waves After finishing this book, I immediately thought to myself, "finally!" To explain, the book was not a very fun and entertaining read by any means. At times I found myself reading a couple pages just to get myself tired and ready for bed. However I did feel that this book was very educational and brought up some great points and ideas. Written by Debora Spar, a Harvard professor, I found myself struggling through some chapters simply because of the vocabulary and advanced ideas that she proposed....   [tags: Debora Spar]

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The Uses of Sound Waves

- The Uses of Sound Waves Thesis: Sound waves are able to carry vibrations through a medium which results in the transfer of the energy collected in the vibrations. Transverse waves are vibrations which are at right angles to the wave’s direction of travel whereas longitudinal waves are vibrations along the line of wave’s direction of travel. These waves have a quantifiable speed, wavelength and frequency....   [tags: Papers]

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Investigating the Speed of Water Waves

- Investigating the Speed of Water Waves Introduction In this experiment I will be investigating the wave speed, of waves on water in a tray, and how this speed is affected. Waves can be longitudinal, when the particles move in the same direction as the direction of the wave, or it can be transverse, when the particles move at 90o to the direction of the wave. Water waves are transverse waves even though transverse waves cannot travel through liquid. This is because the waves travel on top of the water....   [tags: Lab Report]

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- INERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE SUBSIDIARY LEVEL WAVES SUMMARY 4.1 Travelling wave characteristics A medium is a material through which a wave passes. When a wave passes, each part of the medium moves away from its normal position and then returns. This is called an oscillation. Oscillations within the medium are slight movements either side of the normal position. The wave motion is the disturbance that passes through the medium. A wave pulse causes the medium to have one oscillation. A continuous travelling wave causes the medium to keep oscillating....   [tags: essays research papers]

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- Waves So waves are everywhere. But what makes a wave a wave. What characteristics, properties, or behaviors are shared by all the phenomenon which we typically characterize as being a wave. How can waves be described in a manner that allows us to understand their basic nature and qualities. A wave can be described as a disturbance that travels through a medium from one location to another location. Consider a slinky wave as an example of a wave. When the slinky is stretched from end to end and is held at rest, it assumes a natural position known as the equilibrium or rest position....   [tags: Papers]

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Factors of Extreme Heat Waves in US during 2012

- 1. Introduction July 2012 was the hottest month in the history of the United States. Besides breaking previous summer records in record-holder books, the heat waves caused billions of damage to society. During that year, United States also witnessed numerous massive tornadoes, ice storms, wind storms, wildfires, droughts and hurricanes. Is it over. Are we going to witness similar extreme events in the future. This essay will try to answer all those questions mainly discussing factors which caused those extreme events....   [tags: Greenhouse, United States, climate]

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The Endless Power of Ocean Waves: Wave Power Plants

- By using the endless power of ocean waves, endless energy can be created. Wave power plants have a simple, yet practical way of harnessing the endless energy that ocean waves provide. Although the development of harnessing this renewable source of energy is still in its infancy, many predict that this underdog of a resource could be used worldwide in the near future. Wave power plants are able to harness renewable energy by using the ocean's waves. There are several different types of wave power plants, but most behave in a similar way....   [tags: energy position paper, alternative energy sources]

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Could Sea Waves Be Used To Generate Energy?

- ... II. 2. Terminators Terminators (see figs. 2 and 3) elongate perpendicularly to wave direction and reflect or capture the energy contained in waves. They are normally nearshore or onshore, with a few floating editions that may be used offshore in existence. Within the fluctuating water column terminator, water goes in through some subsurface aperture into a chamber and thus entraps air overhead. Due to wave activity, trapped water moves up ward and downward like some piston. Such movement pushes air into an aperture that is linked to a turbine that produces energy....   [tags: energy devices, ocean tides]

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Waves of Feminisms in Relation to the Female Characters of the House of the Spirits

- Feminism is approached by various meanings. As noted by a Salvadoran feminist activist Gloria Guzman, “It is a proposal for a change in the relations of power between people, men over women, and the relations of power expressed in the different realms of life” (Shayne, 2007). Isabel Allende’s The House of the Spirits was strongly influenced by the three waves of Feminism. Allende’s focus throughout the novel was to diminish the gender inequality between men and women. Through her female characters Clara, Blanca, and Alba, Allende showcases the gradual rise of women in Latin American society....   [tags: Gender Studies]

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Comparision of the Protagonists in The Sound of Waves and Romeo and Juliet

- The chasm of differences between the male protagonists of The Sound of Waves and Romeo and Juliet, Shinji and Romeo respectably, is quite a wide one. Romeo is seventeen years of age at the beginning of his adventure and likewise, Shinji is around the same age: eighteen years old. Instilled in both young men is the sense of recklessness and determination. In Act II, Romeo breaks into Juliet’s garden since “For stony limits cannot hold love out” (2.2.72) despite it being his enemy’s territory and Juliet’s warning that “If they do see thee, then they will murder thee!” (2.2.75)....   [tags: love, bold, responsibilty]

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The Two Waves of Globalization: Industrial Revelution and De-Industrialization

- ... Beginning in 1815, British liberalism rose and the country embraced free trade, liberalizing wheat imports. These free trade policies eventually spread rapidly to other economies throughout 1846-1860 through a system of bilateral treaties; by 1860, multilateral free trade was established in Europe. However, protectionist measures returned in 1879, designed to promote development rather than achieve a trade surplus. Economies followed the gold standard, for it was adjustable and a unilaterally chosen exchange rate, with very minimal risks....   [tags: trade, economy, barriers]

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Medically Imaging the Body with Magnetics and Radiofrequency Waves with an MRI

- ... Patients must wait to receive a referral from their family doctor to a specialist and again to receive treatment or diagnosis following an appointment with a specialist. (6,7) For all health services combined, wait times from family doctor to specialist have increased on average from 8.5 weeks to 8.6 weeks from 2012 to 2013, and specialist to treatment wait times have increased on average from 9.3 weeks to 9.6 weeks from 2012 to 2013, across Canada. (6,7) In 2013, it was found patients waited a total of 18.2 weeks, on average, to receive treatment....   [tags: technology, diagnos, scan]

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Physics of Water Waves

- All waves possess the properties of reflection, refraction, diffraction and interference. These phenomena's were observed with the use of a ripple tank. A ripple tank consists of a large rectangular tray with a transparent bottom. Water is placed in this tan to a depth of approximately one centimeter. A light source is then placed above the tray of water. When the water is disturbed it can be seen on a white surface positioned under the tray. The first phenomenon observed was reflection....   [tags: Lab Report]

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Radio Waves

- Before beginning our research on radio waves, to us, radio waves were just waves going through the atmosphere, carrying sound from one place to another. Those were our ignorant days. We did not realize the complicated terms and theories involved. In the following report you will see how we advanced in our knowledge of radio waves, and we hope it will do the same for you. Radio waves are a combination of two kinds of electric vibrations. Audio frequency waves, which represent voice and other sounds and radio frequency waves, which carry audio waves after being combined with them....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Radio Waves

- Radio Waves In the modern society, radio is the most widely used medium of broadcasting and electronic communication : it plays a major role in many areas such as public safety, industrial manufacturing, processing, agriculture, transportation, entertainment, national defense, space travel, overseas communication, news reporting and weather forecasting. In radio broadcasts, they use the radio waves which can be both microwaves and longer radio waves. These are transmitted in two ways: amplitude modulation (AM ) and frequency modulation ( FM )....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Radio Waves

- Radiowaves are the oscillations of magnetic waves by varying the modulation to generate different signals which can be converted into information such as sound, video, or digital communication. As these waves pass through a conductor, an alternating current is generated and this can be converted into usable information. As one could see from the picture above, radio waves are the the electromagnetic waves with wave lengthes between 1mm and 10 Mm. This converts to a frequency range of 300Ghz to 30Hz, respectively....   [tags: physics radio wave]

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Radio Waves

- Radio waves travel at 186,000 miles per second through air. In contrast, sound waves travel at only 1/5 of a mile per second. If a modulation is made of the radio wave that exactly reproduces the amplitude and frequency characteristics of the original sound wave, then sound can be transmitted rapidly over long distances. This leads to a very interesting phenomena. During a live broadcast in New York, the music will reach listeners in California a fraction of a second before it can be heard by the New York audience sitting in the back of the concert hall....   [tags: Papers]

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Sound Waves

- What is a sound wave. A sound wave is produced by a mechanical vibration, such as a tuning fork. The vibrating object causes the surrounding medium, such as air, to vibrate as well.The wave travels through the medium to a detector, like your ear, and it is heard.As with any type of wave, a sound wave is also described by it's wavelength, amplitude, period, and frequency. WAVELENGTH is the distance from one point on the wave, to the next identical point, or the length of one part of the wave. AMPLITUDE is the distance from the midpoint to the place of maximum displacement....   [tags: physics acoustics sound]

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Radio waves

- Science Competition Space Timeline This below is my timeline of space it should explain the many theories of how the universe came to be. It should explain about how galaxy was formed and what stage our star; the sun is in at this point in this present moment. The Time Line will take you from the moment it was created to the moment it will die. It will show each step in as much detail as I can find. The Big Bang Theory I am going to start the timeline with the big bang theory as people/scientists believe that it was at this point at which our universe was created The diagram below shows the early stages of the universe after the big bang....   [tags: essays research papers]

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H.S. Level - SOund And Light Waves

- Sounds are produced by the vibrations of material objects, and travel as a result of momentum transfer when air molecules collide. Our ‘subjective impression’ about the frequency of a sound is called pitch. High pitch has high vibration frequency, while low pitch has a low vibration frequency. A pure musical tone consists of a single pitch or frequency. However, most musical tones are “complex summations” of various pure frequencies - one characteristic frequency, called the fundamental, and a series of overtones or harmonics Younger people can usually hear pitches with frequencies from about 20 hertz (infrasonic) to 20,000 (ultrasonic) hertz....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Passage Commentary From The Sound Of Waves

- In this excerpt from The Sound of Waves, Yukio Mishima’s use of descriptive diction and imagery depicts the tumultuous island during the storm and helps the reader visualize the milieu and events of the passage. The reader feels an understated, ironic excitement and anticipation that is established in this passage because of the author’s diction. This simple but illustrative passage from The Sound of Waves altogether creates an enhanced experience and familiarity with the backdrop and atmosphere of the passage....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Invention Of The Electron Interferometer And Its Connection With De Broglie Waves

- Interferometry with De Broglie Waves is a journal article that focuses on the invention of the electron interferometer and its connection with De Broglie, the French physicist, responsible for the theories into wave matter behaviour. The electron inferometer helped to support theories into the diffraction of electromagnetic waves and more specifically the diffraction of electromagnetic waves from the visible light spectrum. It is written with the specific purpose of providing information in a particular area of study that is accessible to students and peers alike....   [tags: Electromagnetic radiation, Light]

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Comparison of Anne Tyler's Average Waves in Unprotected Waters and Upton Sinclair's The Jungle

- Life is all about challenges and the choices made because of those challenges. The result of this impact lives either for better or worse. This idea of challenges and choices in life is shown in literature as well. “Average Waves in Unprotected Waters” by Anne Tyler and The Jungle by Upton Sinclair have similar messages; however, each story displays these messages by using different themes, characterization and symbols. The short story, “Average Waves in Unprotected Waters” conveys a similar message of The Jungle....   [tags: Thematic Elements, Symbolisms]

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Radio Frequency Emissions

- One late summer evening I was watching the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. If you are a frequent viewer of Late Night, infomercials account for the majority of the advertising. To this day, I remember Safe Cell Tab being advertised as a sticker-like device that would reduce the risk of cancer when using it with a wireless phone. According to Wikipedia, sixty percent of the world’s population owns a cell phone. There are roughly 6.7 billion people in the world. This means on any given day 4 billion people are exposed to cellular phones....   [tags: Radio Waves]

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Measuring the Depth of Water Using Sound Waves

- Measuring the Depth of Water Using Sound Waves Aim The aim of my investigation was to create a sensor which could measure the depth of water in a tank. Plan The way I proposed to measure the depth of water was using sound waves which would be emitted and fired into the tank of water. The sound wave should then be reflected of the bottom of the tank and picked up by a microphone. The microphone would be linked to an oscilloscope and the sound emitter would be linked to the oscilloscope....   [tags: Lab Report]

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Are Cell Phones Harmful to The Human Boby?

- ... It causes the level of temperature to increase and the brains blood circulation disposes of this excess heat by increasing local blood flow. All cell phones use electric power to create signals to connect with base station towers and other transmission towers. Cell phones have tiny antennas fixed on the inside, and with the help of the antennas the phone signals are received from base station antennas. Antennas emit and or absorb radio waves, based on structure it can shape and focus radio waves, provide gain and amplification to the signal....   [tags: radio waves, radiations]

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The Effects of Cell Phones Electromagnetic Radiation

- A cell phone, also referred to as a cellular phone, transmits electromagnetic radiation into the air. This occurs, when your cell phone has to connect to a phone, you want to have a conversation with, by checking for networks Electromagnetic radiation, which is often abbreviated as EMR, is a form of energy which when travels through space, displays a wave like behaviour. Electromagnetic radiation has electric and also magnetic field components. Electric fields are generated by electrically charged particles....   [tags: gamma rays, energy waves]

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Active Noise Control: Sound Cancellation

- Even though sound cancellation seems like a futuristic idea, a worker at Bell Labs first observed sound cancellation in 1878, and the engineer Henri Coandă patented the idea of sound cancellation due to opposing sound waves in 1930 (Hansen 2). The first patent for any type of noise cancelling technology went to German inventor, Paul Lueg, in 1934 (Elliott 13). He then updated his idea in 1936 by adding in a microphone that measured the sound field, manipulated the sound it heard and gave that data to a different source....   [tags: noise, technologym mircophone, waves]

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Structure and Function of the Mammalian Ear

- ... The tympanic membrane is a thin, cone shaped membrane which vibrates in the presence of a sound, initiating the process of hearing. It vibrates with the same frequency as the sound wave that hits it, and passes these vibrations onto the middle ear. The middle ear consists of three small delicate bones called ossicles. They are the malleus (hammer), the incus (anvil) and the stapes (stirrup). They amplify the vibrations from the tympanic membrane, and transfer these vibrations into the oval window in the inner ear....   [tags: waves, sounds, ultrasonic range]

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Is the Cell Phone Safe?

- A mobile phone is a device that can make communications easier. It can carry messages from person A to person B. A mobile phone is also known as cellular phone, cell phone, and hand phone. They are connected to a cellular network which is provided by a mobile phone operator, and can access to the public telephone network. When a mobile phone is used then many types of reactions take place, different types of waves are released, for example heat wave, sound wave, micro-wave, and radio wave. While the waves are given off by the mobile phones, radiations are released at the same time....   [tags: radiations, waves, cancer]

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The Blooming of a Flower; How Hatsue is portrayed as innocent

- Innocence is a major theme in the Sound of Waves seen in the relationship of Shinji and Hatsue. They fight for their relationship throughout the book, while keeping their culture and religion in mind. During the course of their meetings they both want to do what is acceptable by the villagers. While Shinji is the proclaimed protagonist, Hatsue also plays a major role in contributing to the theme of innocence with her childlike qualities. In The Sound of Waves, Mishima uses figurative language and Romanticism to portray Hatsue as innocent....   [tags: Sound Waves, Analysis]

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Research on the Effects of UV Lighting on Mold Growth

- Intro Very little research has been done on this topic, UV lighting has been known to help mould, but very few test have been done on it. Especially on food moulding, UV lighting has been said to help prevent moulding on objects and things like damp area. Ours will most lightly be one of the first of its kind. Mould is a problem that is or has been experienced by almost every person, especially those living in damp conditions. It can cause several health issues as well as allergic reactions. Research done on this In America, germinal UV lighting has been utilized in public buildings to stop germs growing....   [tags: spores, waves, allergy]

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How a Saxaphone Makes Sound

- Introduction The saxophone was developed in 1846 by Adolphe Sax. The purpose of the saxophone’s development was to have an instrument with the projection of a brass and agility of a woodwind instrument. It is a closed ended instrument, with a reed which allows air to vibrate as it passes through the mouthpiece. It is very popular with military bands and is most well known for jazz and classical music, because of it’s unique sound and smooth solos. This report will explore the saxophone’s sound production including; frequency, resonance, notes, antinodes and harmonics explaining in depth how it occurs and their effect on the sound produced....   [tags: vibration, waves, frequency]

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The Science of Sound and Music

- When a person places ear buds into their ears and presses play on their phone or mp3, they suddenly get a rush of electrical signals generated by their device. With the signals flowing through the copper wires that connect the device to the ear buds, the vibrations emerge from the ear buds into the ear canal. The vibrations are then transported through the auditory system to the brain to be transposed into what people call music. These signals and vibrations are called sound waves. But what really is music....   [tags: sound waves, vibrations]

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The Black and White Coral Reefs

- I never told anyone about these things……. I knew this guy since the first time I ever went to school. Anyway, he called me "Fish Mouth.” Actually, he used to call me "Dog mouth.” But he had this fish book he found when he moved in. And he also had this book on Psychology, which seemed more like Yellow pages. I gaped a lot for a fourteen-year-old. When I went home that day, the fish book was in my bag. And I labeled his name next to that fish he compared me to. Then I chucked it somewhere around my house....   [tags: tides, waves, observe, fish]

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Why is Human Interaction Important?

- Archetypes are defined as “the original pattern or model of which all things of the same type are representations or copies”. (Webster) In The Sound of Waves Yukio Mishima develops archetypal characters that interact with one another to develop the allegorical nature of his novel. The novel The Sound of Waves was published in 1984. Before there can be a deeper understanding of this text and it’s allegorical nature it is necessary to know who and what are the archetypal characters in this novel. First, the major characters need to be known....   [tags: The Sound of Waves, Mishima]

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How Can Different Methods of Listening to Music Have an Effect of Transmission of Musical Sinusoidal Waves

- ... Just because the volume is high, does not mean the given audience can easily perceive it. Original source: Formulae: (Maximum value-minimum value)/2=Amplitude The minimum value (lowest point) subtracted from the maximum value (highest point). (Maximum value+mininimum value)/2=Vertical Shift The minimum value (lowest point) added to the maximum value (highest point). Average frequency= 1/period or Average Hz x 2π=Average frequency (Radians/Second) ω(rad/s) = 2π×f(Hz) There are two possible ways to find the frequency....   [tags: mathematics and music, vibrations, soundwaves]

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How Sounds are Made

- Waves: There are many types of waves. The one discussed in this article deals with the physics of sound. In our day to day lives we listen to our surroundings with our ears. They are one of the best receptors of sound, the threshold of hearing is somewhere around 1x 1012 watts/meter2. There are two different types of waves; they are the Transverse and the Compressional wave. The one mentioned in this article is the compressional wave. Compressional Wave: Compressional waves are also known as longitudinal waves....   [tags: vibrations, waves, trumpet]

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How Guitars Make Sound

- INTRODUCTION When an object vibrates, the medium in which it is directly adjacent to create a mechanical disturbance, this creates sound. Sound is a pressure wave which travel through the medium which is usually air. The medium then carries the pressure waves to the ear of a person or animal. For example, when a guitar string is plucked, the string starts vibrating violently creating a pressure wave which travels through the medium and to an ear were the sound is heard. The equation of a sound wave is speed= wavelength x frequency....   [tags: frequency, vibration, waves]

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The Physics of Music

- ... As the sound is propagated outward, it is “spread” over a greater area. The minimum sound intensity that can be detected by the human ear (called the threshold of hearing) is about 10-2 W/m2. At a greater intensity of about 1W/m2, sound becomes painful to the ear. The frequency of a sound wave, seeming as pitch, is the number of compressions (or rarefactions) that pass a fixed point per unit time. The frequencies audible to the human ear range from approximately 20 hertz to 20 kilohertz. Intensity is the average flow of energy per unit time through a given area of the medium and is related to loudness, (Shipman-Wilson-Higgins, 2013)....   [tags: frequency, pitch, waves]

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The Study of Earthquake Waves to Interpret the Earth's Internal Structure and Composition

- The Study of Earthquake Waves to Interpret the Earth's Internal Structure and Composition Studying the different waves that are given off in an eathquake can identify the internal composition and structure of the earth. There are three types of wave Primary or 'push' waves (P-waves), Secondary or 'shock' waves (S-waves) and Longitudal or 'long' waves (L-waves). The waves that must be studied to interpret the earth's internal structure and composition are 'Body Waves' Body waves are another name for P or S waves....   [tags: Papers]

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Dental Practitioner: Dental Radiographs

- Dental radiographs are commonly taken to assist dental practitioners for further diagnosis. Dental radiographs are images produced on an image receptor with a passage of high energy electromagnetic radiation and radio waves that penetrates through teeth and it the relating structure (Iannucci, JM & Howerton, LJ 2012).The deliberation of electromagnetic radiation and radio waves raises concerns in regards to how radiation affects cells in the body and the composition of the nucleus. Sue Raye’s dentist requested radiographs for herself and her family, since dental radiographs involves radiosensitive the head and neck tissues area it raises concerns for her and family’s safety....   [tags: radiation, radio waves, images]

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A Fanfiction I Made

- For the first time in my life I feel scares. Never before this glorious Gipsy Danger would be scares of anything but right now, I can feel it slowly overwhelms my fake bravery façade when the sea explode and Knifehead rams into me. I was surprise and so do the Beckets. Yancy then control me to grab the Kaiju’s neck while Raleigh ‘tends to deploy the Plasmacaster on my left arm, the sea rolls, forms several large waves as me and Knifehead starts a scrimmage. I wine: “It’s too strong!” “Hold on girl, just a few seconds left…” Raleigh said desperately....   [tags: sea, waves, grip, problem]

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Comparison of Sound of Waves and Sailor Who Fell From Grace with the Sea

- Comparison of Sound of Waves and Sailor Who Fell From Grace with the Sea There are many similarities between Yukio Mishima's “The Sound of Waves" and “The Sailor Who Fell From Grace with the Sea,” but there are also some important differences. The endings of the two novels seem to oppose each other, however some of the imagery and characters personalities in the novels make them very similar. In “Sailor,” one of the main characters is named Ryuji. He is a sailor, and later a father, and plays a central role in the novel....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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Chinese Car Companies Soon To Make Waves In United States

- Chinese Car Companies Soon to Make Waves in United States Audience: class and instructor Topic: Chinese car companies coming to United States Specific Purpose: To inform audience about the benefits and disadvantages that Chinese car companies have in coming to United States Thesis: Even though there is a lot of skepticism towards Chinese car companies making a foothold in the American car market, with the right marketing and not rushing into the market, there is a good chance that the Chinese car companies will follow the Japanese car companies and carve a spot in the American market....   [tags: Business]

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The Ear and How It Works

- The Ear and How It Hears The ear is one of the most important organs of the body. Not only does it serve to keep the body balanced, but most importantly it give us the ability to hear. When a noise is made it makes a sound wave. When the sound wave makes it to the ear it makes its way through the three sections of the ear. The ear is able to pick up sound waves and transfer them into nerve impulses that can be read by the brain. Background: A sound wave is pressure variations in air. Sound waves move through air the same as a wave in water....   [tags: human organs, body, sound waves]

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Radio Frequency Identification

- RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION Introduction RFID is a technology which enables detecting and identifying objects using electromagnetic radio waves. This is processed through exchange of information between a reader and a tag being attached to the object that includes the data associated with the object. This can be used to detect and classify vehicles, animals, patients, shipment goods and airline baggage. [1] RFID technology involves two main components, they are transponders which are also known as tags or labels, contain the relevant information about the object and other the interrogators, also known as readers or transceivers, that extract the data from the tags....   [tags: Technology, Electromagnetic Radio Waves]

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Physics of Microwaves

- ... Magnetrons are also mostly used in microwave ovens and it has changed everything. In 1921 it was first discovered and put into use and as the years continued it improved once again in 1940. The reasons magnetrons are used are because it allows either pulsed or continuous microwave generation with power ups to megawatts and frequencies between and 1 and 40 GHz. The efficiency percentage for this is also about 80% and lifetimes of around 5000 hours on average. In order for food to actually begin to start heating up, the microwaves must pass pass through the food and so we must delve deeper into the magnetron....   [tags: electromagnetic waves, methal heating]

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Process of Archeology

- 1) The Steps to Gathering Field Work In societies eye we see archaeologists excavating old ruin temples that have been hidden for thousands of years, but what if the project was examining artifacts on land. Then excavating would be pointless, which is why there are two main ways to collect this data archaeological survey and excavation. Each archaeologist has a different approach and can have many factors influencing which type of field work to select. Before starting field work you must have a detailed and developed research plan, field work is the most important area of work for an archaeologist....   [tags: Electromagnetic Waves, Burial Costumes]

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What´s Brain Mapping?

- Like you I am a light worker in search of Truth. It has been a life long journey. One guru, several religions, three husbands, two kids and three careers later, I have discovered that I Am that Truth. I Am one in sync with Universal Intelligence. Soren Kierkegaard said, “Life is understood backwards but it must be lived forward.” We are all on a life mission to connect with Divine Intelligence and everything we experience is on purpose. We emphatically feel the struggle of living in these human bodies as the constant sweet voice of Divinity whispers the Truth of who we are in our inner ear....   [tags: meditation, waves, compassion]

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The Radar System

- ... Mode A interrogations are used for plane identification information and mode C interrogations are used for altitude information. Nevertheless, the SSR does not rely on the transponder for the position of the aircraft. It determines by measuring the time it takes for the energy beam to be reflected back to radar and the direction of the reflection comes back from. All the information will transmits to the air traffic control system where it will displayed an aircraft label. b) Roles the systems plays in air traffic management Airport Surveillance Radar (ASR-11) is an integrated primary and secondary surveillance radar system that detects the position of the aircraft and weather conditions...   [tags: aricraft, radio waves]

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Heaven Locked in the Islands : Andaman and Nicobar

- ... The best time to visit being from November to April. The Tourist Attractions: The Cellular Jail which depicts the heart-wrenching story of the brutal treatment meted out to the Indian Freedom Fighters by the colonial rulers before independence is a must see spot. Originally consisting of seven wings out of which now only three remain. The heavy iron gates and the dark confinements reminds us of the cruelty and the isolation the patriots suffered for many years. One can attend the light and sound show which narrates the history of the jail wonderfully....   [tags: sea waves, magical place, tourists]

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The Effects of Music on Bacteria Growth

- I. Title The Effects of Music on Bacteria Growth II. Introduction A. Problem The research topic that is being investigated is the effect music will have on bacteria growth. I chose this topic because I am interested in learning about how music can affect bacteria by its sound waves and frequency. I am very interested in learning my topic because it could help lead to conclusions about how to keep different types of bacteria from spreading over the course of time. This could be a useful experiment because if certain types of harmful bacteria don’t grow as quickly when it is exposed to certain types of music, others scientists could figure out a way to prevent harmful types of bacteria from...   [tags: sound, waves, frequency, health, experiment]

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Taking a Look at Earthquakes

- Earthquakes What are earthquakes. Earthquakes are sudden and violent shakings/trembles of the ground. Sometimes earthquakes can be so small that they can be felt by no one. But other times, the earthquakes are so large that they can kill thousands of people and cause tons of destruction. “An earthquake happens when two blocks of earth slip past one another.” (The surface of which they slipped is called a fault or a fault plane.) There are many different results of earthquakes....   [tags: shaking of the earth surface, seismic waves]

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Energy in Auditory Processing

- Our senses are very unique. They come from the energies contained in the information about the world. An accessory structure modifies the energy and a receptor transduces the energy into a neural response. The sensory nerves transfer the coded activity to the central nervous system, while the thalamus processes and then relays the neural responses. Lastly, the cerebral cortex receives input and produces the sensation and perception from the brain. Energy in the auditory system contains information about the world....   [tags: sound waves, cochlear implants, frequencies]

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Earthquake Resistance Techniques

- Earthquake Resistance Techniques Introduction “Earthquakes don’t have the ability to kill or cause harm, however buildings do.” This is a famous quote that tries to emphasize on the need for earthquake precautions and measures especially in buildings. Earthquakes, just like other natural calamities, cannot be prevented, though it is possible to minimize their impacts and effects. Like other natural calamities, earthquakes have the ability to cause harm and damage to both life and property. Two basic types of seismic waves are responsible for causing earthquakes (Chang, & Soong, 1992)....   [tags: Seismic Waves, Energy Dissipation Devices]

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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

- Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Radio frequency identification, or RFID, is a generic term for technologies that use radio waves to automatically identify people or objects. There are several methods of identification, but the most common is to store a serial number that identifies a person or object, and perhaps other information, on a microchip that is attached to an antenna (the chip and the antenna together are called an RFID transponder or an RFID tag). The antenna enables the chip to transmit the identification information to a reader....   [tags: microchip radio waves identification]

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Sound Of Waves by Yukio Mishima

- This is a Reading Log a. July 16, 2007 2:20pm-2:45pm b. 17 pages c. ¡°The boy purposely passed directly in front of the girl. In the same way that children stare at a strange object, he stopped and looked her full in the face. The girl drew her eyebrows together slightly. But she continued staring fixedly out to sea, never turning her eyes toward the boy. Finishing his silent scrutiny, he had gone quickly on his way¡¦¡± d. Page 8, spoken by the narrator Ever Since the beginning of the novel, Shinji is explained as a skilled fisherman who is flunking his last year in high school....   [tags: Reading Log Journal]

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Great Minds Think Alike A Sound of Waves by Yukio Mishimo and Romeo and Juilet by Shakespeare

- The male protagonists, Shinji and Romeo have many differences. Hatsue and Juliet are perhaps not as different from each other than Shinji is to Romeo but still, the distinctions are abundant, as are the resemblances. Both young women seem to be a puppet of their families. Without consulting her first, Juliet’s father chooses Paris to be his daughter’s groom. Juliet obviously despises Paris and loathes the very thought of their marriage, stating that she would rather leap off the battlements of any tower, walk in dark alleyways, be chained to roaring bears, or hide in a mortuary covered with dead men’s stinking limbs and rotting bones (4.1.78-90)....   [tags: wealthy, parents, wedding]

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Sound Navigation and Ranging SONAR

- Missing Images SONAR, as it is most commonly known as has been around since the beginning of time. Animals have used this technique and survived because of it for millions of years. Among the most common are bats and dolphins. Daniel Colloden used a bell to measure the speed of sound underwater in 1822. After the Titanic sunk, the idea of using sound underwater to locate objects, primarily icebergs, was taken up by inventors. Lewis Richardson, a meteorologist, was the first to file a patent for an echo locator one month after the Titanic had sunk....   [tags: sonar sound wave waves]

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Earthquakes: Application of Mathematics

- Earthquakes: An Application of Mathematics The October 13, 2010 earthquake triggered a large buzz across Oklahoma University’s Norman campus, startling students walking to class or sitting in the middle of calculus. This magnitude 4.3 earthquake was 10 miles southeast of Norman and was felt as far north as Stillwater. To many students, the few seconds of shaking was unrecognizable as an earthquake because Oklahoma’s seismicity is not well known. In reality, Oklahoma experiences multiple earthquakes, almost daily; they are usually just not strong enough to be felt....   [tags: Geology]

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Electromagnetic Spectrum for the Middle School Student

- Electromagnetic Spectrum for the Middle School Student Waves are all around us and come in various forms. Sound waves can travel through air because air is made of molecules, which carry the sound. Another type of wave is electromagnetic waves, which are different than sound waves because they don’t need molecules to travel. This means that electromagnetic waves can travel through air and solid materials as well as empty space (Groleau 2011). The electromagnetic spectrum consists of all waves of energy found in our universe....   [tags: Physics ]

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Earthquake And Its Impact On The Earthquake

- An earthquake is the shaking of the surface of the earth. Earthquakes can also be called quakes, tremors, or temblors. The strength of an earthquake can range from being barely felt to being violent enough to take down entire cities. An earthquake is caused by two tectonic plates suddenly slip past each other and cause the shaking of the ground. The spot at which the two plates slip past each other is called a fault or fault plate. The area below the earth’s surface where the earthquake starts is called the hypocenter....   [tags: Earthquake, Plate tectonics, Earth, Seismic wave]

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AM vs FM Radio

- In modern society, radio is the most widely used medium of broadcasting and electronic communication. Radio can be broadcasted with both microwaves and longer radio waves. These are transmitted in two ways: amplitude modulation (AM) and frequency modulation (FM). Amplitude radio is created by combining a sound wave from a microphone, tape, record, or CD with a "carrier" radio wave. This results in a wave that transmits voice or programming as its amplitude (intensity) increases and decreases. Frequency modulation conveys information, voice, and music on a radio wave is to slightly change, or modulate, the frequency....   [tags: broadcasting, microwaves]

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Earthquakes : The Dynamic Earth

- Earthquakes - The Dynamic Earth Precise definition of earthquakes: Earthquake is a natural disaster that occurs when two blocks of the earth suddenly slip past one another. The surface where they slip is called the fault, also known as the fault plane. The area below the earth’s surface where the earthquake starts is called the hypocentre, and the area above it on the surface is called the epicentre. More than a million earthquakes rattle the world each year. But, most are so small that they can only be detected by sensitive instruments called seismogram....   [tags: Earthquake, Plate tectonics, Earth, Love wave]

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Internal Structure Of The Earth

- What is the evidence for our knowledge of the internal structure of the Earth?As we enter the twenty first century we are beginning to learn more and more about the composition of the Earth. Early predictions have thrown up some rather strange and peculiar thoughts as to what is making up our Earth, but now day¡¦s scientists can be confident that the Earth is made up of what they think. As from experiments and other sources of information a picture to what is really down there is becoming much clearer.So how do these scientists know that the Earth¡¦s sections are made up of different compositions, and how do we know that the physical state of each layer is what it is?The outmost layer of th...   [tags: essays research papers]

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Earthquakes: One of the Most Potent Natural Powers on Earth

- Earthquakes in General By: Jonathan Levron “Earthquakes are one of the most potent natural powers on earth and regularly affect people around the world. Unlike often equally destructive severe weather events such as hurricanes and tornadoes, earthquakes can hit at any time. Earthquakes can also have a array of magnitudes with the strongest having disturbing consequences for the zones where they are concentrated, nearby areas, and even some far away in the instance of earthquake-generated tsunamis” (Briney 1)....   [tags: teluric movement, tectonic plates]

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