But how did this amazing invention come to be? In 1603 the renowned scientist Galileo Galilei invented a thermoscope. The thermoscope he invented worked on the principles of buoyancy and gravity. The Galileo thermoscope had water with hand blown glass bulbs, filled with a coloured liquid for
This theory, developed in 1948 along with Hermann Bondi and Thomas Gold, eliminates the need for the universe to have a “beginning” (Williams et al., n.d., p. 1). He was working through was is labeled as the “Testing Ideas” section, specifically the “Gathering Ideas” section. To interpret these ideas, Hoyle created a “creation field”. This creation field was “a fundamental feature of the universe. Although vague on the exact details of how the field worked, Hoyle asserted that every billion years or so production of about three atomic nuclei per square foot was needed.
In this regard to give them ease in movements, anthropometry played a vital role. Women according to their age, gender and their ethnicity describes the variations in their body. Statistical analysis of anthropometric data between Indian farm women and western women can help in designing a better equipment or tool for Indian women. Twenty types of body attributes are measured
Outline Topic: Golden Ratio A very good afternoon everyone, today I would like to share something to all of you which I find very interesting. First and foremost, let me tell you guys a story, long long time ago, the Greek Philosopher Pythagoras discovered the concept of harmony. In further studies of nature, he observed certain patterns and numbers reoccurring. Pythagoras believed that beauty was associated with the ratio of small integers. The discovered of Pythagos has result in the occurrence of the special ratio.
INTRODUCTION Graph theory was born in 1736 when Euler, “The father of graph theory’’ solved Konigsberg Bridge problem. In 1847 Kirchhoff developed the theory of trees in order to solve the system of simultaneous linear equations which give the current in each branch and around each circuit of an electrical network. THE KONIGSBERG BRIDGE PROBLEM: Konigsberg (55.2 o North latitude and 22 o East longitude) was a city in Russia situated on the Pregel River, which served as the residence of the dukes of Prussia in the 16th century. Today, the city named Kaliningrad, is in Lithuania which recently separated from U.S.S.R. It serves as a major industrial and commercial centre of western Russia.
(3) General Uses of a Digital Inclinometer Generally speaking, there are many uses of a digital inclinometer in commercial or personal areas. In cameras, model aircrafts, some video games, and so on, digital inclinometers are widely used to make them work. Mechanical engineers also use digital inclinometers to measure the slope of a slant. Some engineers use digital inclinometers to estimate the height of certain things such as buildings, towers, etc. They use a projected image on a slope to tell the height of the items.
Starting in the following decade, James Watson and Francis Crick analyzed a crystalline model of DNA done by Rosalind Franklin, and used it to determine the double helix structure of DNA (Genetics: Unlocking the Secret to Life). This subsequently led to astonishing advancements in the genetic field, including the Human Genome Project. The project used crystallography and other methods to lead a global effort to identify 30,000 human genes and map human DNA (Human Genome Project). Despite being an almost unknown and forgotten technique, crystallography led to more well known and renowned accomplishments, such as Dorothy Hodgkin using the process to discover the structure of penicillin. Some may say this ingenuity didn’t affect the time period, and was not the most significant in the 1910’s.
As Döbriener only worked in relatively small groups of elements, Newlands wanted to compare all the existing elements to each other. Like a few scientists before him, Newlands organized his table in order of atomic weight. He grouped elements together in groups of seven and noticed that when doing so, the first element in each group had similar properties to the first elements in the other groups. This is where the law of Octaves was created (“History of the Periodic Table”). Some of the challenges faced by Newlands was the amount of criticism that he received.
All equipments are usually design for the dimension of target population. In the world, there is a difference of body sizes that are as a result of a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds. Therefore, this is why anthropometric data can be collected and applied in a workplace to improve the safety, health and environment of employees. (Marras and Kim, 1971) conducted a research about the anthropometry of industrial population. Basically, this research was done to show the variation of population body measurement.
During the early 19th century, it was estimated around 60 elements had been found or discovered. Scientists scrambled to create a chart or visual representation aligning the elements commonly done by their atomic mass. In 1862, “a French geologist named Alexandre-Emile Béguyer de Chancourtois” organized the elements with mutual properties into trios down in a cylinder, which he named the telluric screw (Science Learning Hub). Béguyer de Chancourtois would be the first scientist to attempt to organize the elements into a system of representation and provided the foundation for the following years. Other scientists analyzed the patterns amongst the elements with similar properties, such as the English chemist “John Newlands, who in 1864 proposed the law of octaves” (Science Learning Hub).