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  • Ambient Music And The Impulse Towards Deconstruction

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    Out of Light – cometh Darkness, dark ambient music and the impulse towards deconstruction © 2000 Daniel du Prie 1. “These recordings may be seen as a notation of our deadminded society, but not as a reaction against it, we will all become ambient dead heads, if not...” (Archon Satani, In Shelter, liner note, 1994) If not, then ellipsis. The conditional clause of fact, followed by an open-ended ellipsis, where not only the conjunction between a conditional present and an effected future (then.

  • An Analysis of Impulse Anti - Perspirant and Sure Anti - Perspirant Advertisements

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    An Analysis of Impulse Anti - Perspirant and Sure Anti - Perspirant Advertisements Introduction Although these products, Impulse anti - perspirant and Sure anti-perspirant are very similar, they are advertised in very different ways, each, debatably, as effective as the other. Over the next few paragraphs I will analyse both adverts and assess their brand identities and target audiences. Impulse anti - perspirant advert This advert is very simple, with an eye-catching image of a woman

  • Pyromania: An Impulse Control Disorder

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    is at its base level untamable and free. It is not hard to understand the basic fascination that pyromaniacs have with flame; however, what differentiates them from a person who finds flames fascinating more than most or even an arsonist? An impulse control disorder, the basic diagnostic criteria is given for diagnosing pyromania by the American Psychiatric Association in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders or DSM-IV-TR. It has six criteria that should be met to determine

  • The Physic of Paintball

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    being not much more that a decade old. This game as with other sports would not be possible without physics. Physics is essential to the game of paintball. Some of physics that are involved in paintball are pressurized gas, projectile motion, and the impulse of being hit by a paintball. As with all sports there is necessary equipment needed to play. The most important piece of equipment would be the paintball gun often called a marker. The marker uses compressed carbon dioxide to propel the .68 caliber

  • Contrasting Settings in A Midsummer Night's Dream

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    logical side is represented by Athens, with its flourishing government and society.  The wilder emotional side is represented by the fairy woods.  Here things do not make sense, and mystical magic takes the place of human logic.  Every impulse may be acted upon without a forethought to there outcome. The city of Athens represents the epitome of civilized man.  Ruled by the laws of man and kept in check by society's own norms.  The human struggle to suppress its unrestrained

  • How is our I-Function related to Impulsive Behavior?

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    How is our I-Function related to Impulsive Behavior? What are impulses? We experience impulses every day. Why are you wearing your orange shirt today? Why did you pick a salad for dinner instead of steak? Why did you drive one route to work as opposed to another? I suppose some people are more spontaneous than others, but can impulses be called sporadic? Uncontrolled? Are they valid choices you have made - or are impulses something we do not realize we are powerless to? Can we choose to say certain

  • Neural Cells as Harmony Detectors

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    millivolts. When the firing impulse comes to the neuron from another neuron via the corresponding synapse (the site of their connection), this polarization potential changes, typically by 1-2 millivolts or less. If the polarization potential decreases beyond the threshold of approximately 60 or 55 millivolts, the neuron fires, otherwise the polarization potential tends to rapidly relax to the original rest level of 70 millivolts. Hence, when the reception of an impulse via a synapse decreases the

  • Reaction Times

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    reflex action, the nerve impulses pass from a receptor along a sensory neurone to a relay or connecting neurone in the central nervous system (CNS) along a motor neurone to an effecter, such as a gland or a muscle. [IMAGE]Motor neurone. A Conscious action maybe voluntary or conscious, because the brain decides which response is the best. This type of response is learnt - e.g. how to ride a bike or play cricket or football. In a simple conscious action, the nerve impulses pass from a receptor

  • Profits in the Checkout Zone

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    Top profits in the checkout zone Productivity per unit area in the impulse buying zone at the checkout is as much as five times higher than in the rest of a store. And every retailer should rely in this zone on the proven sales getters tobacco, chewing gum and sweets, take very good care of these assortments, and present them in well arranged, tidy fashion – this is the upshot of a new EHI study. wThe sales area of an up-to-date checkout zone is the result of 20 years of continuous, joint

  • Nervous System

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    receiving part of the neuron. It is a short extension of the cell body And send signals toward the cell body and the cell body conducts nerve impulses which in the transmission of the nerve impulses from the region to the other cell. The axon is a single extension carries the message to the next neuron, which controls all of the nerves. The nerve impulse is response of the neuron. There are 3 classes of neurons: sensory neurons, motor neurons, and interneurons. Neurons are also called nerve cells