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    The Analysis of the Port Sunlight In the context of the Victorian era, in which it was conceived, the creation of Port Sunlight Village by William Hesketh Lever was unparalleled. The tumultuous changes wreaked by the Industrial Revolution still had not been fully embraced even as late as the early twentieth century. The combination of a content, healthy and efficient workforce was a vision held by some philosophers and luminaries of the time but Lever was one of the first entrepreneurs

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    cheap light collector is the base for any further development of a functioning fiber optic day lighting system. A vital issue when designing light collectors is the amount of available daylight .Since it seems to be most viable to collect direct sunlight only for fiber optic systems it is important to have data for sun hours at the location of interest. Maybe a location with weather and climate typical for some interesting locations should be studied. How many sun hours are there per year, how often

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    Taking all else into account, the single most important thing needed for life on earth to survive and exist is sunlight. The sun provides organisms with food, water and oxygen; all necessities in order for life to exist. Of course we cannot consume sunlight all on our own. Nor can we convert it into energy on our own. The process that makes it possible for us to benefit from sunlight is called photosynthesis. [1] Photosynthesis is chemical process in which plants capture energy from the sun, through

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    Disadvantages Of Sunlight

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    Plants only need a few elements to thrive, which are water, air, nutrients, and sunlight. Sunlight is beneficial to a plant’s health because it gives off different types of UV rays that help a plant prosper. These UV rays can be either beneficial or harmful to plants. The intensity of these rays are dependent on 6 different elements: geography, altitude, time of year, time of day, weather conditions, and reflection. These components contribute to the amount of UV rays that are being absorbed by the

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    Daylighting and Advanced Daylighting in Interiors INTRODUCTION: Before the invention of electricity, the luminosity of the buildings relied on window an openings placement of the building to used the most of readily available daylight. That’s the reason why architects were trying to use the most of daylight in interiors by paying lots of attention to the openings placement in the building. Back in time Egyptians used daylight for controlling the temperature of the inside by using lattice and screens

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    house is quickly heated up by the sunlight beaming on and through the glass windows, which causes you to constant keep fans and air conditioners running when it wouldn't be necessary otherwise. In the winter, heat is lost through the cold glass of your windows, which causes you to run your heater more frequently. Residential window tinting helps insulate the windows in winter to keep keep the cold out and heat in. In summer, the tinting cuts down on the amount of sunlight allowed through the window and

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    Seasonal Affective Disorders It is rather common for a child's behavior to change due to the weather or season. Scientists have been researching this change of behavior in children for some time. Research has found that this variation happens primarily in two of the seasons out of the year. Other discoveries include both the symptoms of this disorder and some treatment options to aid in controlling it. The scientists have termed this condition as "seasonal affective disorder". This is a very

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    Bovine Pinkeye

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    Pollen • Exposure to excessive UV (ultraviolet) sunlight • Over crowding, close confinement, inadequate bunk space • Shipping stress Who’s at Risk Most affected and those at higher risk: • Young animals most affected, however, any age can get it • English breeds (i.e. Hereford, Hereford crosses, Charolais and some Holsteins) lack pigment in skin that surrounds eye and eyelids; are more susceptible because of increased sensitivity to sunlight and decreased immune response in eye • Calves

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    The concept of sin and guilt, and the effect it has on those who carry it, is not a new one. Nor was it new in 1850 when Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote his most prominent and remembered novel, The Scarlet Letter. However, Hawthorne’s ideas relative to sin and punishment were rather avant-garde. In his timeless novel, The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne unflinchingly illuminates the effects of concealed sin through his candid exploration of light and dark in the novel relative to the character of Arthur

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    Elements of Light which Create Blue Skies and Red Sunsets Throughout history, many people have wondered exactly what makes the sky blue and what makes some sunsets red. This can be done by examinations on how the scattering of sunlight by the Earth's atmosphere produces blue skies and red sunsets. Red sunsets have also been called orange sunsets because they are actually more orange in color. Blue Skies To understand why the sky is blue, one needs to understand a little about light. Light

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