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    ​The theory of perpetual motion and energy is a topic that is one that is almost an outcast by the scientific community. That is why it so interesting in my opinion. One day I was brain storming and this method just popped into my head. My hypothesis states that a bigger pulley on the router of an electric motor and a smaller pulley on the router of an alternator connected to a battery would put out higher amounts of energy than the same or even smaller pulley on the alternator. The interesting thing

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    Maxwell's Demon - Not a Perpetual Motion Machine Entropy is not a difficult concept to just take at face value, but it is a difficult topic to gain a good understanding of. To do this some background must be given such as the first and second law of thermodynamics. The second law of thermodynamics states that any event that occurs spontaneously must result in an increase in the randomness of lhe syslem. This means that as an ice cube melts the water molecules that it is composed of will progress

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    training. It is important to understand that contempt of our society is killing the earth and is setting the stage for a lethally disastrous environment for... ... middle of paper ... ...and the concept of perpetual motion machines intriguing. I have developed a prototype for a perpetual motion machine, although showing promise it has not worked out completely yet. I know that these are rather large undertakings, however when taken in small deliberate steps anything is possible. Additionally, to

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    Cold Fusion Research Paper As the world becomes more aware of the growing need for a more abundant energy supply, one energy source has been swept under the carpet and virtually ignored. This source is cold fusion. Cold fusion is: “A reaction that occurs under certain conditions in supersaturated metal hydrides (metals with lots of hydrogen or heavy hydrogen dissolved in them). It produces excess heat, helium, and a very low level of neutrons. In some experiments the host metal has been transmuted

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    Blaise Pascal Essay

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    Blaise Pascal was many things, a physicist, an inventor, a writer, and even a Christian philosopher, but the one thing that most remember him by is a mathematician. Pascal was a very successful man, but in order to fully understand how his success came about, one must go back to his beginning. Pascal was born in Clermont-Ferrand, France, June 19, 1623, and died August 19, 1662 in Paris, France. He was the third child, and the only child to Etienne and Antoinette Pascal. He was extremely close to

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    The Confinement of Male Gaze: A Perpetual Motion? 1. Introduction Directed by Stephen Daldry in 2002, the Hours centers three female protagonists in different decades, who are juxtaposed and interconnected with each other. All of them live in material plenty, however, fail to escape from the pressure from the family and society. Besides the fact that one of the heroines, Virginia Woolf is a feminist icon, the meticulous portray of female subjectivity, marriages, and desires also indicates the

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    me what had been proposed to him. I was happy to listen for a few minutes and tell him what I thought. Five seconds into my friend's explanation, I gave him a thumbs down. He has been offered the chance to get in on the ground floor of a “perpetual motion machine” that is going to revolutionize the energy and automotive industries. I summarized the many similar "opportunities" I have encountered during my career and how each of them caused a lot of investors to lose their money while usually also

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    infinite in size and number and they are moving through the empty space. There is no motion without empty space. Both Democritus and Epicurus agreed that motion was impossible in a plenum, but it is here that their theories diverge. In the cause of the motion, we begin to see a variety of opinions. Both Democritus and Epicurus agreed that the “qualitative world of sense perception arises from the motion of qualitatively neutral atoms. They believe that the immense qualitative variety results

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    Peacebuilding Case Study

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    An alternative model of peacebuilding would be an approach that is built upon community initiatives, similar to transformative peacebuilding. It is important that each situation is evaluated and the best suited institutions and structures are established. This means that in some situations the structures of politics, economics, justice and governance will not conform to the formulaic liberal model. Bottom up initiatives allow for engagement with local institutions, customs and norms (Newman,et Al

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    Introduction There is a predominate theory in International Relations called the Democratic Peace theory. It states that democratic states rarely, if ever, engage in conflict with one another. In a 1988 study by Jake Levy, a political science professor at Rutgers University, entitled “The Democratic Peace Hypothesis: From Description to Explanation” he states that, “this absence of war between democracies comes as close to anything we have to an empirical law in international relations” (Levy, 1988)

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