The existence of God, an idea that has occupied the minds of the most brilliant philosophers in history. In response to this question they created three major arguments for the existence of god. These arguments are the cosmological argument for the existence of god, the anthological argument for the existence of god and the theological argument for the existence of god. The Theological Argument for the Existence of God also known as the Argument from Design or the Intelligence Design Argument states that the universe show remarkable sophistication and this sophistication suggest human-like intelligence (Arechavaleta). The earliest accountant of the argument from design is attribute to Socrates but some philosophy historians argue that the
This was then tested against adding more weight in the second table, which increased the acceleration due to gravity, which made the second table faster than the third. While the third table went the slowest, because of the added weight on the cart which pulls back against the weight end more than tables on and two. This whole process in finding a_calculated would be the same as finding F=ma. Which makes this lab fully about testing Newton’s 2nd law and then checking out findings with percent
If a bicycle collides with a vehicle in Singapore and another in Canada, which seem to happen at the same time to an observer on the earth, will be slightly different to an observer on elsewhere, such as space. This is the relativity of simultaneity where this book, Einstein's Clocks, Poincaré's Maps: Empires of Time by Peter Galison discusses when two extraordinary scientists cogitates about the problem of simultaneity and was it appreciated by the world during their era. In this book, Mr Galison introduced the famous Albert Einstein, who was a minor bureaucrat in the patent office in Berne and Henri Poincare, who was the president of France’s Board of Longitude. Both had the ambitious in the field of relativity, but Poincare was known to
3.1.2 Physics of projectile motion Since the launcher will launch the ping pong ball so that it launches with a parabolic trajectory, the physics behind projectile motion comes into play. In a projectile, the only force is gravity, thus resulting in a downward acceleration. Gravity does not act in the horizontal direction, so the ping pong ball will theoretically travel at the constant horizontal velocity according to the law of inertia. Communally characters of ping pong balls and the nature of projectile motion will have important effects on the launcher that must be considered to ensure that the launcher fulfils the expectations
First and main rule is that you cannot touch the ball with your hands on the field. There is an exception if you are the goalie (or keeper) or you are passing it in. Second is that there is no foul play or horse play (u can use your hips but no hands). If you don't follow the rules you can get cards. There are yellow cards orange and red cards (yellow being the least amount of trouble and red begin the most).The play of the game is simple pass the ball around and get to the other side once you are there kick the ball in the goal post and repeat.
The more force used, the farther the ball will travel. This can be determined by Newton’s Second Law, which basically states that force equals the weight of the ball times the velocity divided by the time of foot contact (Newton’s Laws). This can also be represented by the equation 1 N= 1kg x m/s^2 (What is a Newton?). Since the ball weighs approximately .5kg, the velocity is about 25 m/sec, and the time of foot contact is relatively .05 seconds, the force in each kick would be about 226.8 N (How Much Force Does the Average Soccer Player Use to Kick the Ball?). In this equation, the weight and foot contact time stayed mostly the same, which means that the velocity is what alternated when the distance ran before kicking changed.
Hypothesis If a person exercising is working harder, by performing an exercise like running or sprinting, their heart rate and CO2 production will be higher, measured by higher BPM and lower time taken to turn the BTB yellow, than a person who is sitting or walking, because muscles need more energy to perform the more strenuous tasks, and the higher heart rate and CO2 production will indicate a higher cellular respiration rate. Experimental Design IV: Exercise. Sitting, walking, running, and sprinting up the stairs will be an increasing amount of work for the person’s body, showing a trend toward harder work DV: CO2 measured by BTB, HR measured in BPM, both will show increase in intensity and cellular respiration. Control: Sitting person will provide a baseline against exercise
This parallel between ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?’ and the real world is strengthened by the second test that is introduced; the ‘Boneli Reflex-Arc Test’. The overtly scientific nature of this test, which takes ‘place in the upper ganglia of the spinal column’, indicates the lengths to which humans will go to assert their own humanity. The quantitative, measured method Rick Deckard employs is juxtaposed by the intuition also used to identify androids. The third-person limited narrator employed by Dick cannot reveal if characters are indeed androids or not, which means a judgement must be passed to decide if a character is human or an android. This is the opposite of the how Rick uses the Voigt-Kampff test, as it relies on intuition and logic rather than quantitative data.
Ernest Rutherford 1898 Ernest Rutherford was the founder and investigator of the nucleus. Henry Moseley, Hans Geiger and Albert Beaumont Wood influenced Rutherford. He later discovered that Thomson’s model wasn’t correct and in 1911 Rutherford used his well-known gold foil experiment to prove that the atom holds a very small heavy nucleus. His experiment was designed to use alpha particles released by a radioactive element as probes to the unseen parts of atomic structure. Rutherford's experiment shows how scientists must never just accept the current theories and models but they should always be putting to new tests and experiments to the test.
Alchemy was the basis of Chemistry during the Renaissance. There were three goals that the Alchemists strived for; transforming lesser base metals into gold, producing an exilir of life that enabled humans to live forever, and changing solids into gas without going through the state of liquid. These goals were the main concepts of Alchemy. In the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Alchemy was the main science, similar to a superstition, and it was taught in three stages. Alchemists believed that God used four key elements to create the world in a magician-like way.
“Does the Mass of a Ball affect its bounce.” Yes mass does affect how high a ball will bounce. It does because the more mass a ball has the more kinetic energy it gets due to gravity. When the ball hits the ground its kinetic energy is turned into elastic energy and the more kinetic energy there is the when the ball is bounced the more kinetic energy it will have going back up. That is how mass makes a ball bounce