Hydrokinesis/AuqakinesisDefinition:Hydrokinesis/Auqakinesis18 hours ago in Academic Essays More Like This
The mental manipulation of liquids via force. It is the manipulation of liquids such as water, oil, and alcohol. Hydrokinetics’ are able to influence the motion of water not create it. If you are looking for the creating of water you may want to look at Cryokinesis. Static electricity is generated via the agitation of flammable liquids such as gasoline. The rate of generation is influenced by the conductive of the liquids or the amount of turbulence in the liquid. Liquids with lower conductivities tend to accumulate more static charges and would be easier to move. Strictly speaking there is no such thing as a "non-conductor". If the voltage is high enough electrons will bridge the gap, even a vacuum. Since water is less conductive then flammable liquids you will almost entirely dependant on your Electrokinetic ability in which all Psychokinetic’s posses. It is the electrostatic field produced by your own mind and body that agitate the water and redirect it movem
Baikal SealNerpa, The Freshwater SealBaikal Seal9 hours ago in Academic Essays More Like This
The Baikal seal, or Nerpa (the Russian word for seal), is one of the smallest and the only freshwater pinniped. The isolated seal grows up to be 1.5 to 1.7 meters (about 5 feet) long and weighs up 60 to 70 kilograms (132-154 pounds). These dark grey seals with a yellowish under belly have little to no rings unlike their believed ancestor the ringed seal, some may even be spotted instead. These rare gems are the only mammal in their home.
The Baikal seal is a true seal with no ears, powerful back flippers and short stubby front flippers used only for steering and digging holes in the ice (Aquatic Life of the World 2001). It has big almond shaped eyes. The small ear holes and nose plug up for long dives deep into frigid water. A layer of fat keeps it warm and extra blood allows longer dives, 2 more liters of blood than other pinnipeds (BaikalEx, 2014).
The nerpa has a minimal range. The seals live in only
Are Viruses Alive? An arguement"Are Viruses, Alive?"Are Viruses Alive? An arguement7 hours ago in Academic Essays More Like This
by Yunwi Tsunsdi
We was asked;
Viruses are small, infectious particles. Outside a living cell they can be stored like chemical substances can be stored. Viruses can reproduce, but only inside a living cell. They do contain genes and can evolve, thereby avoiding destruction by the host's immune system.
Should viruses be considered alive? I now say yes.
What are the criteria on which you base your answer?
Several observations dealing with this question has raised an interesting question in my mind. What if we should add the Theory of Evolution (TOE) to the Characteristics of Life list?
Firstly: The seven Characteristics of Life as established in scientific circles1
1. Living Things are composed of cells
2. Living things have different levels of cellular organization.
3. Living things use energy.
4. Living things respond to their environment
5. Living things grow
6. Living things reproduce
Psychical Profiling - Type BluePersonality Traits / Behavioral CharacteristicsPsychical Profiling - Type Blue18 hours ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Type Blues are briefly defined as tolerant, flexible and quite observers who are excellent problem solvers and trouble shooters. They are highly analytical, logical, mechanically inclined, self-sufficient, artistic, responsible, and hard workers who excel through practical approaches via factual information. They are highly knowledgeable, and empathic, but often have recurrent inexplicable bouts of sadness. They vary between great sympathy with others and great apathy, have frequent mood swings, love seeking out the truth regarding all subjects, have an innate ability to cause people to pause and reflect, and are very good listeners. They tend to be caretakers, are very protective, and value efficiency.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Correlations
Type Blue is correlated to the Myers-Briggs Personality Types: ISTP (about 4-10% of the population), and ISTJ (about 10-14% of the population). Best profile match for relationships are ESTP's and ES
Oral presentationOral presentation of Dr. Betty Perez'sOral presentation7 hours ago in Academic Essays More Like This
"House and Home: Thematic Symbols in The Grapes of Wrath."
by Yunwi Tsunsdi
• Tell the class the article's title and author, when the article was written, and where it first appeared, if known.
The article is “House and Home: Thematic Symbols in The Grapes of Wrath.” by Dr. Betty Perez, published in a book called “The Critical Context.”
This article doesn't appear on the web, nor does Dr. Perez that I'm able to find. "The Critical Context" also is not available on the web.
• Read or paraphrase the article's thesis.
The essay was written, in order to investigate a motif of the book -- "House and Home." which surprisingly has been overlooked in other essays.
• Read a summary you have written of the article.
We fiction writers have a principle we called "Chekhov's Gun." It was coined by Anton Chekhov, circa 1904, and it means -- on a basic level -- that any element you put in a story,