The first recorded earthquake was on March 8th, 1735 near Beth. Another one on February 21st, 1774 this one was quite noticeable speaking there were some reports from Winston Salem through Virginia.
In this experiment, the question that was asked was, are elephants afraid of mice? The hypothesis is if a mouse is placed near an elephant, then the elephant will be frightened. The experimenters traveled to an African safari to perform the experiment with their test subjects (an African elephant and a white mouse). They hid the mouse in elephant dung and rolled over the dung whenever elephants passed by. At first there was speculation that the elephants might have been startled by the moving dung. But, after retesting the experiment they realized that was not the case. Only the presence of the mouse seem to stop the elephant in their tracks. The independent variables in this experiment were the methods (such as the elephant dung, the string, the mouse) used as well as the breed of the elephant and mouse. The dependent
The thickness is more when the slit is wider, and less when the slit is narrower.
In “My life with the Wave” poem that is written by Octavio Paz, he speaks about the phases a couple goes through when in love and how jealousy eventually ended the relationship, a passion that turned cold. The surrealist prose poem is a story stating the elements of love and hatred running through the relationship amid the narrator and the wave, which are both, physical and emotional. The wave is conferred with human qualities and the wave signifies a woman. This paper will focus on jealousy and how it is normal and healthy in a relationship unless it goes too far, that’s when it becomes unhealthy.
Although there were no drugs used in the Stanford Prison Experiment, there was physical and mental abuse used in the experiment. The Stanford prison experiment started in 1971 and was conducted by psychologist by the name of Phillip Zimbardo. The Stanford Prison Experiment continues the steady theme of controversial psychological experiments because of its lasting impacts on the participants. In the experiment, Zimbardo tried to prove idea of Dispositional factors. Dispositional factors are when the personality traits or the motives of people change from the different circumstances at which they are involved (Phelvin 2014). The author of the journal, Andrew Phelvin, discussed the experiment in depth and where the idea had lacked. Phelvin explains
Natural phenomenons is a science, but centuries ago the Greeks believed a deity was responsible for the natural causes that were created. In Homer’s epic poem, The Odyssey, Odysseus was separated from his wife and son to fight in the Trojan war for 10 years. In addition, spends 11 more years struggling to get back to his family due to these supernaturals caused by the gods. The Greeks portray the gods to be powerful and merciful. They played a huge role in Odysseus’s heroic journey as a savior and tormentor. The Odyssey interprets the science behind natural phenomenons and portrays it as an act from the gods.
Chapter 10.1 covers light and the electromagnetic spectrum. This chapter starts off by describing how light is a form of energy that travels in waves. The properties of said waves include a crest (the highest point of the wave), the trough (the lowest point of the wave), and the rest position (the level of a wave without energy).
The experiment is based on the assumption that sounds generated by humans pass through their neck or
Confounding factors are factors that impair the accuracy or repeatability of an experiment. In other words, it is an ability to interpret results.
Since the resistor values remained fixed, the capacitor values were manipulated in order to attain the desired frequencies.
Smooth, wide-open arms welcomed her and the Aunt upon arrival. Nearly only five black, straight, plastic hands shifted clockwise acutely before the welcoming arms welcomed wet swollen eyes and welcomed the whimpering to turn to bawling. “She’s become inscrutable and my attempts to console her fail miserably.” the mother thinks to herself. Therefore, she decides to make a call. “Hi, my two-year-old daughter is not feeling well and she-” “Sounds like she has the stomach flu” the 24-hour nurse sharply responded around 9:00 in the evening. “Well, okay.” the mother responded unsurely as she stared in astonishment at the squeamish, crying little girl in front of her and hangs up the phone.
The purpose of this lab was to observe the phenomenon of resonance in an open ended cylindrical tube and use resonance to determine the velocity of sound in air at regular temperatures. A hypothesis for this lab was that if the frequency of the tuning fork increased, then the length of the tube to achieve resonance will increase because of the high amplitude of the vibration. The resonance of the open-closed tube was found through these steps. First, the tube was filled with water with an inner tube inside the outer tube. The water temperature was measured. The tuning fork was struck on the rubber stopper and was held above the water column. The tube’s length was adjusted until the volume of the sound increased and measured the length of
Dr. Doodley hypothesized that fast music would enhance people’s work performance. To test her hypothesis, she chose two different secretarial pools and chose to control what speed of music they would be working with, making that the independent variable, while the dependent variable is the performance of the groups based on the type of music they listened to while working. Based on the experiment’s purpose, the experimental group is the pool exposed to fast music. In which case, the control group would be the pool exposed to slow music. The control group used for the experiment was not appropriate, because there was a malfunction with the tape.
In this experiment the conductor finds out that mould needs moisture thus needs to be included to conduct the experiment.
S-waves arrive as secondary waves at the Earth 's surface. There is another important difference between P-waves and S-waves. Both can pass through solid rock, only P-waves can pass through gases and liquids.