In 2096, the Earth starts being exhausted of resources, water level rises due to climate change and the increasing radiation from the Sun. During this period, World War III happens with the two opposing sides are China and United States of America who are fighting for the ownership of the very limited resources on Earth. People would kill, steal, and rape others so that they can survive. Most people if not all have already lost their consciousness and sanity. However, a scientist named Sirloc is inventing a machine that hopefully will be able to solve the problem and bring peace back to Earth. The machine first receives the high energy electromagnetic wave from the Sun (in this case, its X-ray and UV) and has it colliding with a free electron. Then, the photon transfers some of its energy to the free electron. Therefore, the photo becomes less harmful and since the energy goes into increasing the electron’s kinetic energy which then generates electricity.
Lab 1 helps create a better understand of the changes in crystal structures when the annealing and quenching process is applied to 1020 and 1080 steel. The numbered steel refers to the ASTM grain-size number. Formula 1 is used to solve for the grain size.
In this lab the goal was to set GPOs and PSOs for the Windows Server 2012 box that we had set up in the previous lab. Group policies allowed us to manage the settings and configurations on the domain bound machines as well as fine tune the password complexity requirements.
I noticed that there is a relationship between the ionic radius and the atomic number of the representative elements in Group 1A. The higher the atomic number, the bigger the ionic radius is. So, while hydrogen has an atomic number of 1 and Francium has an atomic number of 87, it is safe to assume that FR has a higher ionic radius. This is true; the ionic radius for Hydrogen is 0.012, and for Francium, it is 0.194. The electrons that are gained or lost effect the ionic radius. If there is a positive charge, it would decrease the radius because that loses an electron. Whereas, if you had a negative charge, it would increase the radius because now there's an extra electron. I noticed that there's a relationship between the first ionization
This lab has many different overall goals that are meant to introduce us to the challenges and procedures of building a preliminary enterprise environment from the ground up. Each task has it’s own set of goals that expose us to important areas of system administration in this type of environment. The lab first introduces us to installation and configuration of an edge routing device meant to handle all internal network traffic between devices, and allow access out to an external network, in our case the Internet. The lab then introduces installation of an enterprise Linux distribution, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, which will be used as the main Linux based server in our enterprise environment. We are then introduced to installation of a Wiki
Describe the main difference between a compound light microscope and a dissecting scope. The main difference between a compound light microscope and a dissecting scope is that a light microscope has a higher resolution and a dissecting scope displays the image in a 3D form.
The objective of this lab was to create a Windows 2012 Datacenter Virtual Machine. On this virtual device, we were tasked with installing DHCP, DNS, and Active Directory services. This was very similar to lab 2 in that all of the core services had to be installed on this one device as with our RHEL7 server previously. This server then, had to be promoted to be the main server for the network. The RHEL7 server then, became the slave to the Windows 2012 server.
Typical sample dimensions 9.51 × 4.83 mm2in surface area and1.58 mm in thickness were coated with conductive silver paint formetallic contacts. The dielectric constant of the sample was mea-sured for the applied frequency that varies from 100 Hz to 1 MHz atdifferent temperatures (40◦C, 60◦C, 80◦C). The observations weremade while
Dr. Colleen Winters – BIO 655 Vishall G. Kaistha TITLE: “Recombination-Directed DNA Repair Promote Homologous Stimulating Transcription of Genes That That Preserves Genomic Integrity by MEN1 Is a Melanoma Tumor Suppressor”. Minggang Fang, Fen Xia, Meera Mahalingam, Ching-Man Virbasius, Narendra Wajapeyee and Michael R. Green. (May, 2013) INTRODUCTION: MEN1 is a protein localized