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An overview of solar light

HD 13931 is a Sun-like star in the northern constellation of Andromeda. It can be viewed with binoculars or a small telescope but is too faint to be seen with the naked eye, having an apparent visual magnitude of 7.60. This object is located at a distance of 155light years from the Sun, as determined from its parallax, and is drifting further away with a radial velocity of 30km/s.

This is an ordinary G-type main-sequence star with a stellar classification of G0V, which indicates it, like the Sun, is generating energy through core hydrogen fusion. It is slightly larger, hotter, brighter, and more massive than our Sun. The metal content is about 8% greater than the Sun, and it has a quiet (magnetically inactive) chromosphere. The star is an estimated 6.8billion years old and it is spinning with a rotation period of about 26days

In 2009, a very long-period giant planet, more massive than Jupiter, was found in orbit around the star by measuring changes in the star's radial velocity. This planet takes 11.55 years to orbit the star at the typical distance of 5.15AU (770Gm). The planet's eccentricity (0.02) is about the same as Earth.

According to a 2018 research, HD 13931 is the most promising Solar System analogue known, since it has a star similar to the Sun and a planet with mass and semimajor axis similar to Jupiter. Those characteristics yield a probability almost 75% for the existence of a dynamically stable habitable zone, where an Earth-like planet may exist and sustain life.

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Here is some of the information for you. Read and answer your questions... Main articles: Insolation and Solar radiation

About half the incoming solar energy reaches the earth's surface.The Earth receives 174 petawatts (PW) of incoming solar radiation (insolation) at the upper atmosphere. Approximately 30% is reflected back to space while the rest is absorbed by clouds, oceans and land masses. The spectrum of solar light at the Earth's surface is mostly spread across the visible and near-infrared ranges with a small part in the near-ultraviolet.

The absorbed solar light heats the land surface, oceans and atmosphere. The warm air containing evaporated water from the oceans rises, driving atmospheric circulation or convection. When this air reaches a high altitude, where the temperature is low, water vapor condenses into clouds, which rain onto the earth's surface, completing the water cycle. The latent heat of water condensation amplifies convection, producing atmospheric phenomena such as cyclones and anti-cyclones. Wind is a manifestation of the atmospheric circulation driven by solar energy. Sunlight absorbed by the oceans and land masses keeps the surface at an average temperature of 14 °C. The conversion of solar energy into chemical energy via photosynthesis produces food, wood and the biomass from which fossil fuels are derived.

Yearly Solar fluxes & Human Energy Consumption

Solar 3,850,000 EJ

Wind 2,250 EJ

Biomass 3,000 EJ

Primary energy use (2005) 487 EJ

Electricity (2005) 56.7 EJ

The total solar energy absorbed by Earth's atmosphere, oceans and land masses is approximately 3,850,000 exajoules (EJ) per year. In 2002, this was more energy in one hour than the world used in one year. Photosynthesis captures approximately 3,000 EJ per year in biomass. The amount of solar energy reaching the surface of the planet is so vast that in one year it is about twice as much as will ever be obtained from all of the Earth's non-renewable resources of coal, oil, natural gas, and mined uranium combined.

From the table of resources it would appear that solar, wind or biomass would be sufficient to supply all of our energy needs, however, the increased use of biomass has had a negative effect on global warming and dramatically increased food prices by diverting forests and crops into biofuel production. As intermittent resources, solar and wind raise other issues.

Applications of solar technology

Average insolation showing land area (small black dots) required to replace the total world energy supply with solar electricity. Insolation for most people is from 150 to 300 W/m^2 or 3.5 to 7.0 kWh/m^2/day.Solar energy refers primarily to the use of solar radiation for practical ends. All other renewable energies other than geothermal derive their energy from the sun.

Solar technologies are broadly characterized as either passive or active depending on the way they capture, convert and distribute sunlight. Active solar techniques use photovoltaic panels, pumps, and fans to convert sunlight into useful outputs. Passive solar techniques include selecting materials with favorable thermal properties, designing spaces that naturally circulate air, and referencing the position of a building to the Sun. Active solar technologies increase the supply of energy and are considered supply side technologies, while passive solar technologies reduce the need for alternate resources and are generally considered demand side technologies.

Architecture and urban planning

Main articles: Passive solar building design and Urban heat island

Darmstadt University of Technology won the 2007 Solar Decathlon in Washington, D.C. with this passive house designed specifically for the humid and hot subtropical climateSunlight has influenced building design since the beginning of architectural history. Advanced solar architecture and urban planning methods were first employed by the Greeks and Chinese, who oriented their buildings toward the south to provide light and warmth.

The common features of passive solar architecture are orientation relative to the Sun, compact proportion (a low surface area to volume ratio), selective shading (overhangs) and thermal mass. When these features are tailored to the local climate and environment they can produce well-lit spaces that stay in a comfortable temperature range. Socrates' Megaron House is a classic example of passive solar design. The most recent approaches to solar design use computer modeling tying together solar lighting, heating and ventilation systems in an integrated solar design package. Active solar equipment such as pumps, fans and switchable windows can complement passive design and improve system performance.

Urban heat islands (UHI) are metropolitan areas with higher temperatures t

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How to make a "Genetic Repo Man" helmet?
That's really awesome! I loved the look of the Repo man, and wanted to make a costume, but such an endeavor is too time consuming and time is something I lack these days. Anyway, I found a suit online for $200 dollars here, http://www.google.com/search?um1&hlen&safeoff&clientsafari&biw1024&bih690&qrepo%20the%20genetic%20opera%20costume&ieUTF-8&tbou&tbmshop&sourceog&saN&tabif&eimGNQT4yzF42ftwe7ocGmDQ It may be a lot for just the helmet but maybe you can tailor the suit to your body. I found tutorials for Pavis mask, but none for the Repo Man. Sorry. Possibly co struct one yourself from a malleable plastic, or leather. It looks like a pretty easy design, just be creative. Cool note, if you like Repo you may know of director Darren Lynn Bousman. Bousman is a graduate of Full Sail University in Florida, which is where I attend film courses. • Other Questions Why is National Media silent on the Raniganj & Kankinara riots in West Bengal? You definitely know the answer.A very prominent reason is to curb the fire from spreading. But this isn't your answer.Let me clear you one thing. There weren't only two places(Raniganj and Kankinara) that fell into the fangs of riots in Ram Navmi. There were more which did similar damage to life and property as these places. A few namely, Purulia , Mednipur, and Burdwan.So this time there was a fight between TMC and VHP,RSS alikes to boast a Ram Navmi procession in different parts of the state . You might have heard of riots in the three places I mentioned later. You say why? The Rally in those places was led by VHP, RSS alikes.And Raniganj and Kankinara? It was led by TMC. So Ms. Mamta played her media wand to abandon media coverage in these two places while allowing full coverage to the above three areas. There's your answer. Sensitive issue? Dayyum. P. s. I live in Kankinara and I'm expecting to post a detailed answer on the riot very soon.Edit : Here's the answer.What exactly happened in the Kankinara Ram Navami celebration? ------ What has made you motivated recently? I have started reading Crushing It By Gary Vaynerchuck.There's this small paragraph which has motivated me immensely to focus on my goals.Will write down the gist of the same here :Work towards your goals twelve , fifteen hours per day. If you're working another job , you should be cramming as much work as you can in the 3 or 4 hours you have to yourself per night ( or day) . Sleep for atleast 68 hours but make every remaining minute count.Be self aware. If you think that working so much is not for you then it's OKAY. Everyone has to live life on their own terms and not force themselves into this life.If one is not willing to put in the grind , then one should not complain when they don't grow as fast as they want. One should learn to accept that their ambitions are humbler than they originally thought and be good with it. He ends by stating The Laws of Thermodynamics :Whatever energy you put into something will manifest itself in equal amounts when it comes out ------ Would it actually have mattered in World War 2 if Germany had advanced 15 more miles and captured Moscow or had the leadership of the Soviet Union long fled the capital by then? This has a bad premise, which is very common, but also deeply flawed. The premise is that as soon as German troops get to Moscow, they take it.Germans got within sight of Moscow. At that point they were exhausted, while Russians launched a counter attack that collapsed the German front and pushed them back hundreds of kilometers. Heinz Guderian got fired because his retreat was particularly disastrous.This means that even if Germans got into the city proper, there was a very low chance of taking it. They failed to take Leningrad. They got into but never secured Stalingrad. Moscow is a bigger and more important city than either of those. It would have been defended as ferociously as those. Being the central communications node of the USSR, reinforcements and supplies would have flown there from the rest of the USSR. So I very much doubt that the Germans could have taken Moscow had they got to it. If anything, its likely the Soviets would have made a pincer maneuver like Operation Uranus in 1941 instead of 1942 and bagged a hundred thousand German prisoners ------ What is your view of the idea that some kind of sentient being could have kicked off the events that led to the Big Bang? So you are asking a atheist who does not believe in any god - I'll repeat that so as to be perfectly clear - atheist do not believe in any god. Right that's settledNow your question becomes - Atheist, what do you think of a god, not the god who created the Universe, no no no not that one, I'm not talking about that one, I'm talking about the one who created the Big Bang. Different one altogether. Then the Big Bang created the Universe not god. Completely different. What's your view on that god? The one who created the Big Bang?I refer you back to the first line of this post words 7 through to 13 and the repeatIf after you have checked that out see if you can spot the flaw in your questionIf you still do not understand I am sorry but there are not enough words of one syllable and no crayon font make it clearerTo directly answer - the view of a god creating the Big Bang is exactly the same as the view of the god creating the Universe - non belief ------ Which was bigger, the Russian Empire or the Soviet Union? History of the Russian Empire is more than three centuries long. Its territory changed diversely during these centuries.The Russian Empire was of its largest ever size (23. 7 mln sq km) during the reign of Nikolay I (and the beginning of reign of his son) in 1850s. However his successors occurred to be real degenerates and losers:his son Alexander II sold Alaska (1/10 of the Empire) to the USAhis grandson Alexander III used to declare thatu201dRussia is for the Russiansu201d and u201cRussia has only two allies - Russian Army and Russian Navyu201d - and very soon such internal & foreign policies really resulted in a loss of all foreign allies and some of the Russiau2019s territories as well.his great-grandson Nikolay II was an insane ruler who destroyed the Empire finally. The same was in case of the Soviet Union - it changed its sizes during 70 years of its history. The Soviet Union was of its largest ever size (22.4 mln sq km) at the end of 1980s.Therefore, in terms of the territory at the best of their times, the Russian Empire was u201cslightlyu201d (for 1. 3 mln sq km) larger than the Soviet Union ------ Why is Brexit bad for the British Pound given the pressure on the Pound since Brexit? Many people have felt that sterling has been overvalued for a long time, and that devaluation is desirable. There is some basis for this in that exports are cheaper, and if imports are more expensive, then it creates an incentive for people to buy more British goods, which theoretically strengthens the economy and stimulates growth.The big problem is business confidence though. If investors arent confident in our economy, they dont invest.In terms of Brexit, a low pound may actually help negotiations for a trade deal because foreign imports will be more expensive and the volume of foreign trade to the UK is likely to decrease.There is a lot of barely concealed volatility in the EU at the moment, so its more difficult than ever to make predictions. Deutschebank is in trouble, the PIGS economies are still in trouble, France is in massive debt, there are general elections due in France and Germany next year and the (generally more Eurosceptic) far right is worryingly popular, and some of the Eastern European countries are trying to negotiate immigration controls to undermine the basic principle of free movement of people.Who knows - its a bit of a lottery ------ Does every MBBS doctor do PG? A person with a MBBS degree has a working knowledge of all specialties somewhat like Jack of all trades. After MBBS there is a year long internship where the graduate rotates to all departments and gains clinical experience in managing patients under supervision of specialists and minor operations like abscess drainage, stitching wounds as well as assist in surgical procedures, deliveries, tubal ligation and caesarean sections. This adequately equips and prepares them to deal with many clinical situation except the complex cases which they are expected to recognise and refer to appropriate speciality service. After internship many MBBS doctors do residency postings or apprenticeship under senior physicians or even in specialty departments to increase their experience before starting their independent practice.Therefore no MBBS doctor needs a specialty to survive and many MBBS doctors have flourishing practices where patients turn to them for even complex problems that should be handled by specialists . Ultimately it is not a degree but how well you care for your patients that would satisfy you professionally and economically. A caveat though is that one should always work with awareness of one's limitations and that applies even to specialists ------ What are some beautiful, haunting, chilling, soul-wrenching songs (like Young and Beautiful by Lana Del Rey)? Spoiler Alert - The songs I have chosen to share here can be described as melancholy to downright depressing. Soul Wrenching has got to be one of my absolute favorite genres. Glad to chime in with a few that come to mind. Hope you Enjoy! Alice in Chains - NutshellPearl Jam - Pendulum"Pendulum"Can't know what's high 'Til you've been down so low The future's bright, Lit up with nowhere to go, To and fro the pendulum throwsWe are here and then we go My shadow left me long agoUnderstand what we don't know This might pass This might last This may grow Easy come and easy go Easy left me a long time agoI'm in the fire but I'm still cold Nothing works works for me anymoreAh ah ah ah ah To and fro the pendulum throws To and fro the pendulum throwsOleander- HaloThis one never fails to get me reaching for the tissues Tracy Chapman - Bang Bang BangPuscifer - The Humbling River I would describe this song as Hauntingly Beautiful with a bit less melancholy than the songs listed above, perhaps even with a little taste of hope. ------ Was there ever a better person than Donald Trump? There was indeed. I submit my paternal grandmother as a better person than Donald Trump, not to mention a better person than most of the people who have ever lived or are ever likely to. She was unfailingly kind, a brilliant cook, fearsomely intelligent (never shook her strong Greek accent, but was nonetheless conversant and literate in five languages Greek, Romanian, Bulgarian, Spanish and English), played a wicked game of 21, was more loving and loyal to my mom than her own mother was, loved to laugh, had a sly subtle wit, smelled good, and had soft hands and a handshake that always warmed and welcomed, never challenged. If it hadnt been for the whole not-a-natural-born-citizen thing, she would have made a fine President, too. Im not sure why you asked, but I am very glad to have had the opportunity to tell you about my beloved YiaYia, who was unquestionably a better person than Donald Trump. Should this answer not meet your standards, I will be happy to provide you with the names and brief biographies of any number of other fine folk of my acquaintance who have ever been a better person than Donald Trump
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1. Would it actually have mattered in World War 2 if Germany had advanced 15 more miles and captured Moscow or had the leadership of the Soviet Union long fled the capital by then? This has a bad premise, which is very common, but also deeply flawed. The premise is that as soon as German troops get to Moscow, they take it.Germans got within sight of Moscow. At that point they were exhausted, while Russians launched a counter attack that collapsed the German front and pushed them back hundreds of kilometers. Heinz Guderian got fired because his retreat was particularly disastrous.This means that even if Germans got into the city proper, there was a very low chance of taking it. They failed to take Leningrad. They got into but never secured Stalingrad. Moscow is a bigger and more important city than either of those. It would have been defended as ferociously as those. Being the central communications node of the USSR, reinforcements and supplies would have flown there from the rest of the USSR. So I very much doubt that the Germans could have taken Moscow had they got to it. If anything, its likely the Soviets would have made a pincer maneuver like Operation Uranus in 1941 instead of 1942 and bagged a hundred thousand German prisoners ------ 2. Was there ever a better person than Donald Trump? There was indeed. I submit my paternal grandmother as a better person than Donald Trump, not to mention a better person than most of the people who have ever lived or are ever likely to. She was unfailingly kind, a brilliant cook, fearsomely intelligent (never shook her strong Greek accent, but was nonetheless conversant and literate in five languages Greek, Romanian, Bulgarian, Spanish and English), played a wicked game of 21, was more loving and loyal to my mom than her own mother was, loved to laugh, had a sly subtle wit, smelled good, and had soft hands and a handshake that always warmed and welcomed, never challenged. If it hadnt been for the whole not-a-natural-born-citizen thing, she would have made a fine President, too. Im not sure why you asked, but I am very glad to have had the opportunity to tell you about my beloved YiaYia, who was unquestionably a better person than Donald Trump. Should this answer not meet your standards, I will be happy to provide you with the names and brief biographies of any number of other fine folk of my acquaintance who have ever been a better person than Donald Trump ------ 3. How to make a "Genetic Repo Man" helmet? That's really awesome! I loved the look of the Repo man, and wanted to make a costume, but such an endeavor is too time consuming and time is something I lack these days. Anyway, I found a suit online for $200 dollars here, http://www.google.com/search?um1&hlen&safeoff&clientsafari&biw1024&bih690&qrepo%20the%20genetic%20opera%20costume&ieUTF-8&tbou&tbmshop&sourceog&saN&tabif&eimGNQT4yzF42ftwe7ocGmDQ It may be a lot for just the helmet but maybe you can tailor the suit to your body. I found tutorials for Pavis mask, but none for the Repo Man. Sorry. Possibly co struct one yourself from a malleable plastic, or leather. It looks like a pretty easy design, just be creative. Cool note, if you like Repo you may know of director Darren Lynn Bousman. Bousman is a graduate of Full Sail University in Florida, which is where I attend film courses. ------ 4. Why is Brexit bad for the British Pound given the pressure on the Pound since Brexit? Many people have felt that sterling has been overvalued for a long time, and that devaluation is desirable. There is some basis for this in that exports are cheaper, and if imports are more expensive, then it creates an incentive for people to buy more British goods, which theoretically strengthens the economy and stimulates growth.The big problem is business confidence though. If investors arent confident in our economy, they dont invest.In terms of Brexit, a low pound may actually help negotiations for a trade deal because foreign imports will be more expensive and the volume of foreign trade to the UK is likely to decrease.There is a lot of barely concealed volatility in the EU at the moment, so its more difficult than ever to make predictions. Deutschebank is in trouble, the PIGS economies are still in trouble, France is in massive debt, there are general elections due in France and Germany next year and the (generally more Eurosceptic) far right is worryingly popular, and some of the Eastern European countries are trying to negotiate immigration controls to undermine the basic principle of free movement of people.Who knows - its a bit of a lottery ------ 5. Does every MBBS doctor do PG? A person with a MBBS degree has a working knowledge of all specialties somewhat like Jack of all trades. After MBBS there is a year long internship where the graduate rotates to all departments and gains clinical experience in managing patients under supervision of specialists and minor operations like abscess drainage, stitching wounds as well as assist in surgical procedures, deliveries, tubal ligation and caesarean sections. This adequately equips and prepares them to deal with many clinical situation except the complex cases which they are expected to recognise and refer to appropriate speciality service. After internship many MBBS doctors do residency postings or apprenticeship under senior physicians or even in specialty departments to increase their experience before starting their independent practice.Therefore no MBBS doctor needs a specialty to survive and many MBBS doctors have flourishing practices where patients turn to them for even complex problems that should be handled by specialists . Ultimately it is not a degree but how well you care for your patients that would satisfy you professionally and economically. A caveat though is that one should always work with awareness of one's limitations and that applies even to specialists ------ 6. What are some beautiful, haunting, chilling, soul-wrenching songs (like Young and Beautiful by Lana Del Rey)? Spoiler Alert - The songs I have chosen to share here can be described as melancholy to downright depressing. Soul Wrenching has got to be one of my absolute favorite genres. Glad to chime in with a few that come to mind. Hope you Enjoy! Alice in Chains - NutshellPearl Jam - Pendulum"Pendulum"Can't know what's high 'Til you've been down so low The future's bright, Lit up with nowhere to go, To and fro the pendulum throwsWe are here and then we go My shadow left me long agoUnderstand what we don't know This might pass This might last This may grow Easy come and easy go Easy left me a long time agoI'm in the fire but I'm still cold Nothing works works for me anymoreAh ah ah ah ah To and fro the pendulum throws To and fro the pendulum throwsOleander- HaloThis one never fails to get me reaching for the tissues Tracy Chapman - Bang Bang BangPuscifer - The Humbling River I would describe this song as Hauntingly Beautiful with a bit less melancholy than the songs listed above, perhaps even with a little taste of hope. ------ 7. Why is National Media silent on the Raniganj & Kankinara riots in West Bengal? You definitely know the answer.A very prominent reason is to curb the fire from spreading. But this isn't your answer.Let me clear you one thing. There weren't only two places(Raniganj and Kankinara) that fell into the fangs of riots in Ram Navmi. There were more which did similar damage to life and property as these places. A few namely, Purulia , Mednipur, and Burdwan.So this time there was a fight between TMC and VHP,RSS alikes to boast a Ram Navmi procession in different parts of the state . You might have heard of riots in the three places I mentioned later. You say why? The Rally in those places was led by VHP, RSS alikes.And Raniganj and Kankinara? It was led by TMC. So Ms. Mamta played her media wand to abandon media coverage in these two places while allowing full coverage to the above three areas. There's your answer. Sensitive issue? Dayyum. P. s. I live in Kankinara and I'm expecting to post a detailed answer on the riot very soon.Edit : Here's the answer.What exactly happened in the Kankinara Ram Navami celebration? ------ 8. What is your view of the idea that some kind of sentient being could have kicked off the events that led to the Big Bang? So you are asking a atheist who does not believe in any god - I'll repeat that so as to be perfectly clear - atheist do not believe in any god. Right that's settledNow your question becomes - Atheist, what do you think of a god, not the god who created the Universe, no no no not that one, I'm not talking about that one, I'm talking about the one who created the Big Bang. Different one altogether. Then the Big Bang created the Universe not god. Completely different. What's your view on that god? The one who created the Big Bang?I refer you back to the first line of this post words 7 through to 13 and the repeatIf after you have checked that out see if you can spot the flaw in your questionIf you still do not understand I am sorry but there are not enough words of one syllable and no crayon font make it clearerTo directly answer - the view of a god creating the Big Bang is exactly the same as the view of the god creating the Universe - non belief ------ 9. Which was bigger, the Russian Empire or the Soviet Union? History of the Russian Empire is more than three centuries long. Its territory changed diversely during these centuries.The Russian Empire was of its largest ever size (23. 7 mln sq km) during the reign of Nikolay I (and the beginning of reign of his son) in 1850s. However his successors occurred to be real degenerates and losers:his son Alexander II sold Alaska (1/10 of the Empire) to the USAhis grandson Alexander III used to declare thatu201dRussia is for the Russiansu201d and u201cRussia has only two allies - Russian Army and Russian Navyu201d - and very soon such internal & foreign policies really resulted in a loss of all foreign allies and some of the Russiau2019s territories as well.his great-grandson Nikolay II was an insane ruler who destroyed the Empire finally. The same was in case of the Soviet Union - it changed its sizes during 70 years of its history. The Soviet Union was of its largest ever size (22.4 mln sq km) at the end of 1980s.Therefore, in terms of the territory at the best of their times, the Russian Empire was u201cslightlyu201d (for 1. 3 mln sq km) larger than the Soviet Union ------ 10. What has made you motivated recently? I have started reading Crushing It By Gary Vaynerchuck.There's this small paragraph which has motivated me immensely to focus on my goals.Will write down the gist of the same here :Work towards your goals twelve , fifteen hours per day. If you're working another job , you should be cramming as much work as you can in the 3 or 4 hours you have to yourself per night ( or day) . Sleep for atleast 68 hours but make every remaining minute count.Be self aware. If you think that working so much is not for you then it's OKAY. Everyone has to live life on their own terms and not force themselves into this life.If one is not willing to put in the grind , then one should not complain when they don't grow as fast as they want. One should learn to accept that their ambitions are humbler than they originally thought and be good with it. He ends by stating The Laws of Thermodynamics :Whatever energy you put into something will manifest itself in equal amounts when it comes out
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Could billions of little micro solar power plants feed the whole world via our phone lines?
Not an expert, comments only: - a washing machine, vacuum cleaner, . needs roughly one kW. An A/C unit/ heat pump 3-5kW. An average US household (not yours) consumes 12kWh a day. i.e. an average of 500W. All this way above phone line capability. Also phone lines will go away (replaced by fiber optic). Note, the existing "fiber internet" in NJ at this time is only a few % (2- 5%) utilized. Ie. massive fiber laying has created capacity for at least 1.5 decades. What is really needed are fibers into your home. Expect opposition from existing coaxial copper (CATV companies). In short, nothing doing. - the distribution network for your proposal will be a MAJOR problem. Windmills have already been studied extensively. Result, anything above 15% windmills --of the total electricity consumption in a country-- requires massive investments in "battery storage", "substations", new and denser networks of the medium voltage power lines. For the records, even Denmark will stay for the foreseeable future at their present 17% windmill power (I think that is their number). - a much better solution MAY in fact be a diesel-turbine in everybody's basement: 1. it creates heat (65% of combustion power is "heat"), 2. can drive the heat pump also for A/C and heat (with an efficiency twice that of a gas furnace), 3. light your home. Even that solution is NOT the utilities' who have invested massively in 1Mio V long distance DC transmission lines and Giga Watt power stations favorite brain child. They will fight this idea 'toe and nail' (PS: Reason, every time you run the generator, they would have to buy your "excess basement electricity" at a large premium, e.g., using the all too successful Danish windmill scheme, at 70% of their retail pricing). - very similarly, you could install a 10kW fuel cell in your basement. It would run (if high temp ceramic) not on hydrogen, but ethanol. I do not want to get carried away, how, when, how much, But, the efficiency of that would be twice as high as the diesel turbine/ engine (60%). Also, with ethanol you keep the distribution network (tanker trucks). And no need to remind you, such fuel cell can be installed in cars. Again, I must refrain from singing my song too loudly. - SOLAR: at this time the energy needed to produce a solar cell is close to what it delivers over its life time. Apart from the economy of solar power operation and the complexity of the network, it is not yet a good idea to mass produce solar cells. • Other Questions How do professional programmers measure how "fast" their code runs? For small functions, warming up by calling the function enough so that JIT inlines stuff, calling the function in a loop so that the total time spent is in seconds, dividing it upIn case of services like an http endpoint, throughput per core and latency median, average and standard deviation or 90% percentile, 99% percentile and 99,9 percentileAlso resource utilization is important, and depends if the program is CPU bound is I/O bound. Whatever the bottleneck is, that is the focus of analysisUsing profilers is useful to optimize methods really taking most CPU time, but for micro optimization, perhaps Oracle Flight Recorder is accurate at granularity but the usual profilers are notPerformance analysis is more science than intuition, we need to understand very well the reality by making small models of it and testing them, like code prototypes. The measurement is typically biased and had its own performance problems that may be bigger than the tested systems resulting in incorrect results of the measurementsIn a pipeline as a simple example, measure utilization, throughput, 99 latency, at end to end; than divide in half, see how well it goes until the middle; if the performance is already bad, go half again, until the performance is good; than fix and start going back to larger section of the pipeline in use, testing more and more of the pipeline, fixing issues along the way. Or deactivate features like persistence, see the performance, to understand the system behavior in a mental model and prioritize performance issuesSometimes the overall architecture needs to be redone for a suitable performance; this is why the prototypes and the initial sprints should be technical and approach the risky areas like the security risks, performance risks, integration risks, checking assumptions, and starting on a decent technical directionFor real time applications, the latency percentiles go to 99,99% and even the maximum latency is relevant; the systems have to have low usage for this; the memory, network, CPU, SSD bandwidth, everything needs to be a multiple of what is utilized; once the utilization of any such resource is to big, the latencies go volatileEven garbage collection can be optimized; too large heaps are harder to collect; many temporary objects are efficient actually almost free to collect; off heap native memory storage is used in the JVM by memory grids; garbage collection can affect latency and even cause cluster segmentation; having different heaps per actors is Erlang coolness;imutable collections used carefully are having a small impact on the garbage collection Cpu overhead, but some large collections being reallocated all the time via imutable combinations of other collections could put so much pressure on the garbage collector up to becoming the bottleneck; rewriting that in mutable style but encapsulating to a small class or function and having Immutables ask around in APIs is a good solution ------ Is it possible to become a (successful) guitar based rock player today? People still listen to Prince, Queen, Jimi, Led Zeppelin, and many others. What stops a person of today from doing what they did? There are millions of people around the world hoping and trying to emulate the successful musicians of the past. Millions dream of a career in music, where people pay to attend concerts, buy CDs remember them?, download music files, buy merchandise and decide whether they like their new stuff or not. They are all victims of survivor bias, in that, for every successful act, there are at least 100 who didnt make it and gave up. It has nothing to do with talent. If we go back to the 1970s, the musicianship of the prog-rock band Gentle Giant was nothing short of astounding. They released dozens of studio and live albums, but nowadays they are just a footnote in the annals of popular music. Even Ozzy Osbourne was in awe of them, and his career was far, far more successful than theirs. The music business has always been rapacious and dishonest. Frank Zappa tells of watching a second shift at a record plant producing additional copies of one of his albums that he would never see royalties from, and Gilbert OSullivan was only one of thousands of artists that were ripped off by their managers to the tune of millions. Musicians who are one-hit-wonders often spend their twilight years trying to recoup the glories of the past, sadly recycling their one hit song, appearing on celebrity panel shows, or trying to do musical theatre. Paul Hester from Crowded House suicided partly in response to the poverty he experienced post-success.Royalties even for successful artists are now considerably lower. People dont generally buy albums any more, they buy single songs from download sites. In the olden days, if you sold a record with 12 songs on it, you got 12 chunks of cash; now you only get one chunk, made up of music, lyrics and mechanical royalties from the one song that everyone downloaded. That has already tipped the tables against the player, even more than before. The only way to make any money is to go on the road, and even there the promoters nickel-and-dime everyone. One amazing exception to this increasingly bleak picture is The Wiggles. They tour nine months of the year, often doing three or more shows a day around the world. They produce DVDs and pay-for-play videos, and they own their own production studios. They own their own publishing company, so they dont get ripped off on royalties they own at least 700 royalty streams, including mega-hits like Hot Potato, which are still producing revenues for them. They have marketing deals with Hasbro, Hulu and Disney. In 2018, they turned over revenues in excess of $100 million. Most amazing of all, they replaced three out of four members of the band in 2012, and they are more successful today than ever before. Admittedly AC/DC are also only left with one original member, but the Wiggles did it first ------ Why do many people believe the French military was very weak, horribly led, and not really motivated during World War II? The answers already given are all quite good. However, there's another aspect of "poor leadership" that hasn't yet been addressed, and that's the extent to which the French senior levels of command kept their decision-making centralized.The reality of the German invasion in May 1940 was that it happened very quickly, and evolved very quickly. The Germans had, thanks to the way they'd trained their leaders prior to the war, decentralized decision-making to the extent that low-level leaders could make really significant decisions. This put decision-making very close to the parts of the battle whose course hinged on those decisions. The French, on the other hand, had maintained a much more rigorous, centralized and "scientific" approach to their command and control. As a result, decision-making authority was centralized at higher levels of command. What happened as a result was that both the French and the Germans would observe an evolving situation on the battlefield. A German commander on the spot could make and implement a decision about it. His French counterpart, however, could only report what was going on to a higher HQ, and would then have to wait for that HQ to make a decision and report it back for implementation. By the time that happened, however, the situation had changed, so the decision received by the local French commander from higher was now obsolete. The Germans, in the meantime, had continued to make decisions effectively on the spot, so were now one or more decision cycles ahead of the French. This is a classic example of one opponent getting "inside" the decision cycle (also called the OODA--observe, orient, decide, act--Loop, or Boyd Cycle, after a U.S. Air Force officer who was an early thinker about this stuff) of the other. The slower decision-maker's decisions become increasingly out-of-date and irrelevant, until eventually, his chain of command has lost situational awareness and control of the battle. The fact that the French had both quantitative and qualitative superiority in terms of their forces was rendered essentially irrelevant by it not being in the right place at the right time, to do the right things to affect the course of the battle.Modern military forces, particularly in the West, have taken lessons like this one to heart. Decision-making is now not only authorized at low levels, it's encouraged. Risks are accepted; mistakes are expected and treated as opportunities to learn (during training, anyway!) All soldiers are told the plan, at least in a general sense, and everyone understands their commander's intent--that is, the major things he wants to accomplish. HOW they get accomplished is of less concern to senior leaders, leaving a great deal of scope for lower-level, individual initiative and innovation
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Common Questions for led solar light
1. How do professional programmers measure how "fast" their code runs? For small functions, warming up by calling the function enough so that JIT inlines stuff, calling the function in a loop so that the total time spent is in seconds, dividing it upIn case of services like an http endpoint, throughput per core and latency median, average and standard deviation or 90% percentile, 99% percentile and 99,9 percentileAlso resource utilization is important, and depends if the program is CPU bound is I/O bound. Whatever the bottleneck is, that is the focus of analysisUsing profilers is useful to optimize methods really taking most CPU time, but for micro optimization, perhaps Oracle Flight Recorder is accurate at granularity but the usual profilers are notPerformance analysis is more science than intuition, we need to understand very well the reality by making small models of it and testing them, like code prototypes. The measurement is typically biased and had its own performance problems that may be bigger than the tested systems resulting in incorrect results of the measurementsIn a pipeline as a simple example, measure utilization, throughput, 99 latency, at end to end; than divide in half, see how well it goes until the middle; if the performance is already bad, go half again, until the performance is good; than fix and start going back to larger section of the pipeline in use, testing more and more of the pipeline, fixing issues along the way. Or deactivate features like persistence, see the performance, to understand the system behavior in a mental model and prioritize performance issuesSometimes the overall architecture needs to be redone for a suitable performance; this is why the prototypes and the initial sprints should be technical and approach the risky areas like the security risks, performance risks, integration risks, checking assumptions, and starting on a decent technical directionFor real time applications, the latency percentiles go to 99,99% and even the maximum latency is relevant; the systems have to have low usage for this; the memory, network, CPU, SSD bandwidth, everything needs to be a multiple of what is utilized; once the utilization of any such resource is to big, the latencies go volatileEven garbage collection can be optimized; too large heaps are harder to collect; many temporary objects are efficient actually almost free to collect; off heap native memory storage is used in the JVM by memory grids; garbage collection can affect latency and even cause cluster segmentation; having different heaps per actors is Erlang coolness;imutable collections used carefully are having a small impact on the garbage collection Cpu overhead, but some large collections being reallocated all the time via imutable combinations of other collections could put so much pressure on the garbage collector up to becoming the bottleneck; rewriting that in mutable style but encapsulating to a small class or function and having Immutables ask around in APIs is a good solution ------ 2. Could billions of little micro solar power plants feed the whole world via our phone lines? Not an expert, comments only: - a washing machine, vacuum cleaner, . needs roughly one kW. An A/C unit/ heat pump 3-5kW. An average US household (not yours) consumes 12kWh a day. i.e. an average of 500W. All this way above phone line capability. Also phone lines will go away (replaced by fiber optic). Note, the existing "fiber internet" in NJ at this time is only a few % (2- 5%) utilized. Ie. massive fiber laying has created capacity for at least 1.5 decades. What is really needed are fibers into your home. Expect opposition from existing coaxial copper (CATV companies). In short, nothing doing. - the distribution network for your proposal will be a MAJOR problem. Windmills have already been studied extensively. Result, anything above 15% windmills --of the total electricity consumption in a country-- requires massive investments in "battery storage", "substations", new and denser networks of the medium voltage power lines. For the records, even Denmark will stay for the foreseeable future at their present 17% windmill power (I think that is their number). - a much better solution MAY in fact be a diesel-turbine in everybody's basement: 1. it creates heat (65% of combustion power is "heat"), 2. can drive the heat pump also for A/C and heat (with an efficiency twice that of a gas furnace), 3. light your home. Even that solution is NOT the utilities' who have invested massively in 1Mio V long distance DC transmission lines and Giga Watt power stations favorite brain child. They will fight this idea 'toe and nail' (PS: Reason, every time you run the generator, they would have to buy your "excess basement electricity" at a large premium, e.g., using the all too successful Danish windmill scheme, at 70% of their retail pricing). - very similarly, you could install a 10kW fuel cell in your basement. It would run (if high temp ceramic) not on hydrogen, but ethanol. I do not want to get carried away, how, when, how much, But, the efficiency of that would be twice as high as the diesel turbine/ engine (60%). Also, with ethanol you keep the distribution network (tanker trucks). And no need to remind you, such fuel cell can be installed in cars. Again, I must refrain from singing my song too loudly. - SOLAR: at this time the energy needed to produce a solar cell is close to what it delivers over its life time. Apart from the economy of solar power operation and the complexity of the network, it is not yet a good idea to mass produce solar cells. ------ 3. Is it possible to become a (successful) guitar based rock player today? People still listen to Prince, Queen, Jimi, Led Zeppelin, and many others. What stops a person of today from doing what they did? There are millions of people around the world hoping and trying to emulate the successful musicians of the past. Millions dream of a career in music, where people pay to attend concerts, buy CDs remember them?, download music files, buy merchandise and decide whether they like their new stuff or not. They are all victims of survivor bias, in that, for every successful act, there are at least 100 who didnt make it and gave up. It has nothing to do with talent. If we go back to the 1970s, the musicianship of the prog-rock band Gentle Giant was nothing short of astounding. They released dozens of studio and live albums, but nowadays they are just a footnote in the annals of popular music. Even Ozzy Osbourne was in awe of them, and his career was far, far more successful than theirs. The music business has always been rapacious and dishonest. Frank Zappa tells of watching a second shift at a record plant producing additional copies of one of his albums that he would never see royalties from, and Gilbert OSullivan was only one of thousands of artists that were ripped off by their managers to the tune of millions. Musicians who are one-hit-wonders often spend their twilight years trying to recoup the glories of the past, sadly recycling their one hit song, appearing on celebrity panel shows, or trying to do musical theatre. Paul Hester from Crowded House suicided partly in response to the poverty he experienced post-success.Royalties even for successful artists are now considerably lower. People dont generally buy albums any more, they buy single songs from download sites. In the olden days, if you sold a record with 12 songs on it, you got 12 chunks of cash; now you only get one chunk, made up of music, lyrics and mechanical royalties from the one song that everyone downloaded. That has already tipped the tables against the player, even more than before. The only way to make any money is to go on the road, and even there the promoters nickel-and-dime everyone. One amazing exception to this increasingly bleak picture is The Wiggles. They tour nine months of the year, often doing three or more shows a day around the world. They produce DVDs and pay-for-play videos, and they own their own production studios. They own their own publishing company, so they dont get ripped off on royalties they own at least 700 royalty streams, including mega-hits like Hot Potato, which are still producing revenues for them. They have marketing deals with Hasbro, Hulu and Disney. In 2018, they turned over revenues in excess of $100 million. Most amazing of all, they replaced three out of four members of the band in 2012, and they are more successful today than ever before. Admittedly AC/DC are also only left with one original member, but the Wiggles did it first ------ 4. Why do many people believe the French military was very weak, horribly led, and not really motivated during World War II? The answers already given are all quite good. However, there's another aspect of "poor leadership" that hasn't yet been addressed, and that's the extent to which the French senior levels of command kept their decision-making centralized.The reality of the German invasion in May 1940 was that it happened very quickly, and evolved very quickly. The Germans had, thanks to the way they'd trained their leaders prior to the war, decentralized decision-making to the extent that low-level leaders could make really significant decisions. This put decision-making very close to the parts of the battle whose course hinged on those decisions. The French, on the other hand, had maintained a much more rigorous, centralized and "scientific" approach to their command and control. As a result, decision-making authority was centralized at higher levels of command. What happened as a result was that both the French and the Germans would observe an evolving situation on the battlefield. A German commander on the spot could make and implement a decision about it. His French counterpart, however, could only report what was going on to a higher HQ, and would then have to wait for that HQ to make a decision and report it back for implementation. By the time that happened, however, the situation had changed, so the decision received by the local French commander from higher was now obsolete. The Germans, in the meantime, had continued to make decisions effectively on the spot, so were now one or more decision cycles ahead of the French. This is a classic example of one opponent getting "inside" the decision cycle (also called the OODA--observe, orient, decide, act--Loop, or Boyd Cycle, after a U.S. Air Force officer who was an early thinker about this stuff) of the other. The slower decision-maker's decisions become increasingly out-of-date and irrelevant, until eventually, his chain of command has lost situational awareness and control of the battle. The fact that the French had both quantitative and qualitative superiority in terms of their forces was rendered essentially irrelevant by it not being in the right place at the right time, to do the right things to affect the course of the battle.Modern military forces, particularly in the West, have taken lessons like this one to heart. Decision-making is now not only authorized at low levels, it's encouraged. Risks are accepted; mistakes are expected and treated as opportunities to learn (during training, anyway!) All soldiers are told the plan, at least in a general sense, and everyone understands their commander's intent--that is, the major things he wants to accomplish. HOW they get accomplished is of less concern to senior leaders, leaving a great deal of scope for lower-level, individual initiative and innovation
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Can a solar fencer be used to power LED string lights?
LED bulbs additionally comprise various brightnesss. long gone are the days once you could evaluate the wattages of bulbs to tell apart, which bulb would be brighter rather now you may desire to think of Lumens. the reason at the back of it rather is that a 50w halogen GU10 spotlight can get replaced with an equivalent 5w LED GU10 spotlight the decrease wattage is the main reason families can gain such great power value reductions from LED bulbs you only might desire to verify that the lumens are comparable between the two varieties of bulb to confirm you will get the comparable style of sunshine intensity. • Suggested Reading Why didnu2019t the Soviet Union interfere in the Falklands war? In what way? If you mean militarily, then that would bring the Americans into the game. Not only would the USA not stand by when a major ally was attacked, but they would absolutely not countenance the USSR being involved militarily in South America. As it is the USA barely tolerated the Soviet support for Cuba and at the time of the Cuban missile crisis they imposed a blockade. Also, the Argentinians were not Soviet allies and were actually rather closer to the USA. Politically Argentina was at the opposite end of the scale to the the USSR. As it is, the USSR abstained on United Nations Security Council Resolution 502 an decided to keep their distance from proceedings. ------ What exactly is at stake if Donald Trump gets to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg? Whats at stake is every piece of liberal legislation passed by any future administrations for the next 30 or 40 years. Along with all liberal legislation and SCOTUS decisions that exist now.What we have currently is a right wing majority including a swing justice whos concern for the legitimacy of the court has led to him stepping in and voting with the moderate minority of a number of issues, such as the ACA. Ginsburg goes and Trump and Moscow Mitch will replace her with a young hard liner who doesnt care in the slightest about the courts legitimacy.Vote in November. Vote as if America depends on it ------ How does Facebook plan on recouping their $19 billion investment in WhatsApp, now that WhatsApp has encrypted their messaging service? I've read the encryption is more like WhatsApp > Facebook servers > encryption > WhatsApp. Don't know how true that is though because that would almost defeat the point of encryption. I suppose they could use an https protocol to their server to prevent man in the middle attacks which would work well. Then they could encrypt using public/private keys using their servers compute power instead of your phone, and then send it back using HTTPS again, not that it would matter as much on the return trip. Seems like this might be the way they do it, meaning their servers can still do all the data mining they want on your messages before they're encrypted ------ What did President Trump mean when he tweeted that u201cpolice must take a stronger stand with the radical left politicians?u201d I havent heard that one but if he did say that, its a serious problem for all of us. Just reading * Police must take a stronger stand with the radical left politicians* coming from the president sounds too much like a police state to me. Am I wrong? Whats next? It really worries me that this type of thinkinking is just a step away from dictatorship. Its past time for all of us to just set back and wait for others to take action. We need to support the opposition to this megalomaniac. The best we can do now is donate, if and however much you can, to the campaigns of those in the fight to replace the enablers of this travistry of leadership. Keep Safe, Stay Healthy, Be Strong and Happy. ------ What is the difference between a Leftist and a Liberal? In the United States, today, none.In reality, left wing should refer to communists, Marxists, Nazis, fascists - all the various components of socialism.In reality, liberal should refer to a person who is willing to consider any and all positions, and argue for or against - with logic and facts a position. A liberal should be willing to say You have a right to be wrong, just dont force me to accept your views. A true liberal would be 100% for Voltaires I disagree with you but will defend unto death your right to say it stance. (a modern liberal will attack you for even daring to espouse a position in opposition to them) ------ Are there valid Economic Reasons for Brexit? One of the biggest untruths told during the referendum campaign, and promulgated by the supposedly neutral BBC, was that the economic case for Remain had been proven. In reality the EU has been an economic disaster, its bureaucracy stifling innovation and its trade rules explicitly opposed to free trade and prosperity. The track record of the EU is dismal. It's been in terminal decline for decades. Corrupt, ossified and half a century out of date; why anyone would want to stay in a club which let Greece in is beyond me.Michael Price's answer to How would you explain the reasons for Brexit to someone?The reasons are spelt out in more detail here; long, but well worth watching: ------ Why is algebraic geometry so abstract compared to most other areas of mathematics? If youd like to understand algebraic geometry from a more concrete point of view, Shreeram Abhyankar wrote a book entitled, Algebraic Geometry for Scientists and Engineers.Abhyankar divided algebra into three regimes: High School Math, College Math and University Math. He was not denigrating simple math, he was a big fan of understanding algebraic geometry in terms of high school math. He felt there was quite a lot that could be understood via high school math and that rings and categories could distract from the very accessible beauty of algebraic geometry.Heres an essay with his views: https://www.ime.usp.br/pleite/pub/artigos/abhyankar/abhyankar. pdf. ------ Why did Canadians have such a ruthless reputation in WW1? Because Canadians got the job done, where no one else could. The Canadians were used as shock troops, so much so that it became paramount to NOT let the Germans know that the Canadians were coming into the line, because it indicated an attack in that sector.Both the French and the British tried taking Vimy Ridge and failed with massive casualties. The Canadians took it in two daysEven when attacked with gas the Canadians held their section of line while the French units on their flank fled.At Amiens the British moved the Canadians up to the line utmost secrecy and the attack was the start of a 100 days of victory, a black day for the German Army which ended only when the Germans agreed to an armistice ------ Why does the stock market go up when unemployment increases and wages go down? Because the stock market acts ahead of the real economy, typically about 18 months ahead. For example, the stock market began to fall in October 2007, while unemployment shot up and wages declined in early 2009, at which time the stock market had seen the bottom and was rebounding back up, predicting the employment and wage gains that would begin late in 2010.The stock market, employment and wages are all strongly correlated to real activity. In good times businesses make profits, people are hired and pay goes up; in bad times the reverse is true. But the correlation is not simultaneous. The stock market is a prediction of future profits, employment and wages react to past losses ------ Why is Japan's birth rate so low? Birth rate has decreased in every society where education has taken predominance.And independence of women is a norm.Japan has other reasons too.To-date Japan has gender baise. Men's and women's world are segragated. They do have coeducation, but you will rarely see mixed group.Women don't get to meet men. Except in their work places.Parents are more dependent on their daughters than sons, a reason why women can't leave their homes. Women living with their parents, have more money to enjoy, they don't want the responsibility of husband and children.This is a very complex problem. Will be very difficult to solve for the Japanese government ------ How much would you rate your beauty, on a scale of 1-10? Remember this: I think Im a bit insecure, so thats thatfaceeyes: black, round, largenose: smallskin: acne yayyyyyyeyebrows: faintlips: a bit towards the thick sideface shape: round, but somehow slimmaybe a 4.5/10?bodyheight: short thats all im going to sayarms: skinny wrists, but towards the shoulder part not so much im unproportionedlegs: NOT skinny2/10?hairlong hairblack, or as some people say, dark dark dark brownreally evenmy hair is REALLY straight, I have never straightened my hair - but if I go to sleep with my hair half wet it will still be straight, and i do sleep on my hairmy hair gets tangly pretty fastTHICK AND A LOTsometimes its soft, sometimes its not8/10?styleoversized hoodiesblackmore blackblack leggings or sweatpantsblack shirtsBLACK.i dont care about this ratingso overall maybe a 5/10?. ------ If police kick down your door in the middle of the night (no warrant) and you think itu2019s an intruder, pull your gun out, and fire on cops (because youu2019re half asleep and think youu2019re getting robbed), is there a legal defense for this? If police kick down your door in the middle of the night (no warrant) and you think its an intruder, If you pull your gun out and fire on cops (because youre half asleep and think youre getting robbed) Is there a legal defense for this?On March 13, 2020, Breonna Taylor was SLEEPING when police busted down her down and entered into her home using a no-knock warrant.The killers, (who were officers for the Louisville Metro Police Department) Jonathan Mattingly, Brett Hankison, and Myles Cosgrove fired TWENTY SHOTS. SHE WAS SLEEPING. SLEEPING.So to answer the question, according to the CONSTITUTION, you can own a gun. Legally, you can shoot people who are on your property. However, when those people on your property are police, your rights are completely stripped away in reality ------ Why did the President of China visit a small nation like Nepal in 2019? What may be the main motives? Why not ?Despite the warming of relationships with arch foe India, the dictate of my enemys friend becoming my enemys lesser friend is always preferred.India had always a close and dominating relationship - now run by a communist government - and warming the relationship with Nepal through massive cheque book diplomacy not only rubs excrement in Indias face, any real alliances - being trade or military always is to Chinas benefit.In the end, imho, the biggest winner is Nepal - since the impoverished nation can play off the two enemies against each other for financial aids. But in the end / when push comes to shove, India will prevail - blood is thicker than water due to the immediacy in race between Indians and Nepalis ------ What is the meaning of life according to religious and nonreligious views? This is a non-question. Its like asking what is the meaning of a mountain, or what is the meaning of the sky, or what is the meaning of toothpaste.Life has no meaning; people are just alive, its as simple as that.And this is actually comforting. It means you are free to put whatever values you want into your life and live a better life than if you thought your meaning was something fixed. If there was a meaning to life then nothing would have value. It would be like reading the last part of a suspense thriller where you get the answer before you read the rest of the book. It would also mean that everything is already set, and you have no actual choice in anything. ------ What prompted the Israelis to wage the 1967 war? To seize Eretz Israel, i.e., East Jerusalem and land up to the Jordan River, the West Bank. This had been the plan in 194748, but Jordan, realizing Ben Gurion had deceived the Kingdom as to his true intentions, intervened and stopped the Hagganah cold. Thereafter Israel bided its time, and after JFK was dead (JFK had warned Ben Gurion and Ekol that he would not support an Israeli invasion of East Jerusalem and the West Bank), and Christadelphian cult member LBJ was President (the Christadelphians WORSHIP Israel see, Centrality of Israel), the road was open for the surprise attack launched by the Israeli air force in 1967 against its neighbors (see, How Christadelphian love of Israel impacted the outcome of Israels Six Day War.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for led solar light
1. Why is algebraic geometry so abstract compared to most other areas of mathematics? If youd like to understand algebraic geometry from a more concrete point of view, Shreeram Abhyankar wrote a book entitled, Algebraic Geometry for Scientists and Engineers.Abhyankar divided algebra into three regimes: High School Math, College Math and University Math. He was not denigrating simple math, he was a big fan of understanding algebraic geometry in terms of high school math. He felt there was quite a lot that could be understood via high school math and that rings and categories could distract from the very accessible beauty of algebraic geometry.Heres an essay with his views: https://www.ime.usp.br/pleite/pub/artigos/abhyankar/abhyankar. pdf. ------ 2. What prompted the Israelis to wage the 1967 war? To seize Eretz Israel, i.e., East Jerusalem and land up to the Jordan River, the West Bank. This had been the plan in 194748, but Jordan, realizing Ben Gurion had deceived the Kingdom as to his true intentions, intervened and stopped the Hagganah cold. Thereafter Israel bided its time, and after JFK was dead (JFK had warned Ben Gurion and Ekol that he would not support an Israeli invasion of East Jerusalem and the West Bank), and Christadelphian cult member LBJ was President (the Christadelphians WORSHIP Israel see, Centrality of Israel), the road was open for the surprise attack launched by the Israeli air force in 1967 against its neighbors (see, How Christadelphian love of Israel impacted the outcome of Israels Six Day War. ------ 3. Are there valid Economic Reasons for Brexit? One of the biggest untruths told during the referendum campaign, and promulgated by the supposedly neutral BBC, was that the economic case for Remain had been proven. In reality the EU has been an economic disaster, its bureaucracy stifling innovation and its trade rules explicitly opposed to free trade and prosperity. The track record of the EU is dismal. It's been in terminal decline for decades. Corrupt, ossified and half a century out of date; why anyone would want to stay in a club which let Greece in is beyond me.Michael Price's answer to How would you explain the reasons for Brexit to someone?The reasons are spelt out in more detail here; long, but well worth watching: ------ 4. What exactly is at stake if Donald Trump gets to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg? Whats at stake is every piece of liberal legislation passed by any future administrations for the next 30 or 40 years. Along with all liberal legislation and SCOTUS decisions that exist now.What we have currently is a right wing majority including a swing justice whos concern for the legitimacy of the court has led to him stepping in and voting with the moderate minority of a number of issues, such as the ACA. Ginsburg goes and Trump and Moscow Mitch will replace her with a young hard liner who doesnt care in the slightest about the courts legitimacy.Vote in November. Vote as if America depends on it ------ 5. What is the meaning of life according to religious and nonreligious views? This is a non-question. Its like asking what is the meaning of a mountain, or what is the meaning of the sky, or what is the meaning of toothpaste.Life has no meaning; people are just alive, its as simple as that.And this is actually comforting. It means you are free to put whatever values you want into your life and live a better life than if you thought your meaning was something fixed. If there was a meaning to life then nothing would have value. It would be like reading the last part of a suspense thriller where you get the answer before you read the rest of the book. It would also mean that everything is already set, and you have no actual choice in anything. ------ 6. If police kick down your door in the middle of the night (no warrant) and you think itu2019s an intruder, pull your gun out, and fire on cops (because youu2019re half asleep and think youu2019re getting robbed), is there a legal defense for this? If police kick down your door in the middle of the night (no warrant) and you think its an intruder, If you pull your gun out and fire on cops (because youre half asleep and think youre getting robbed) Is there a legal defense for this?On March 13, 2020, Breonna Taylor was SLEEPING when police busted down her down and entered into her home using a no-knock warrant.The killers, (who were officers for the Louisville Metro Police Department) Jonathan Mattingly, Brett Hankison, and Myles Cosgrove fired TWENTY SHOTS. SHE WAS SLEEPING. SLEEPING.So to answer the question, according to the CONSTITUTION, you can own a gun. Legally, you can shoot people who are on your property. However, when those people on your property are police, your rights are completely stripped away in reality ------ 7. Why did Canadians have such a ruthless reputation in WW1? Because Canadians got the job done, where no one else could. The Canadians were used as shock troops, so much so that it became paramount to NOT let the Germans know that the Canadians were coming into the line, because it indicated an attack in that sector.Both the French and the British tried taking Vimy Ridge and failed with massive casualties. The Canadians took it in two daysEven when attacked with gas the Canadians held their section of line while the French units on their flank fled.At Amiens the British moved the Canadians up to the line utmost secrecy and the attack was the start of a 100 days of victory, a black day for the German Army which ended only when the Germans agreed to an armistice ------ 8. Why didnu2019t the Soviet Union interfere in the Falklands war? In what way? If you mean militarily, then that would bring the Americans into the game. Not only would the USA not stand by when a major ally was attacked, but they would absolutely not countenance the USSR being involved militarily in South America. As it is the USA barely tolerated the Soviet support for Cuba and at the time of the Cuban missile crisis they imposed a blockade. Also, the Argentinians were not Soviet allies and were actually rather closer to the USA. Politically Argentina was at the opposite end of the scale to the the USSR. As it is, the USSR abstained on United Nations Security Council Resolution 502 an decided to keep their distance from proceedings. ------ 9. Why did the President of China visit a small nation like Nepal in 2019? What may be the main motives? Why not ?Despite the warming of relationships with arch foe India, the dictate of my enemys friend becoming my enemys lesser friend is always preferred.India had always a close and dominating relationship - now run by a communist government - and warming the relationship with Nepal through massive cheque book diplomacy not only rubs excrement in Indias face, any real alliances - being trade or military always is to Chinas benefit.In the end, imho, the biggest winner is Nepal - since the impoverished nation can play off the two enemies against each other for financial aids. But in the end / when push comes to shove, India will prevail - blood is thicker than water due to the immediacy in race between Indians and Nepalis ------ 10. What is the difference between a Leftist and a Liberal? In the United States, today, none.In reality, left wing should refer to communists, Marxists, Nazis, fascists - all the various components of socialism.In reality, liberal should refer to a person who is willing to consider any and all positions, and argue for or against - with logic and facts a position. A liberal should be willing to say You have a right to be wrong, just dont force me to accept your views. A true liberal would be 100% for Voltaires I disagree with you but will defend unto death your right to say it stance. (a modern liberal will attack you for even daring to espouse a position in opposition to them) ------ 11. Can a solar fencer be used to power LED string lights? LED bulbs additionally comprise various brightnesss. long gone are the days once you could evaluate the wattages of bulbs to tell apart, which bulb would be brighter rather now you may desire to think of Lumens. the reason at the back of it rather is that a 50w halogen GU10 spotlight can get replaced with an equivalent 5w LED GU10 spotlight the decrease wattage is the main reason families can gain such great power value reductions from LED bulbs you only might desire to verify that the lumens are comparable between the two varieties of bulb to confirm you will get the comparable style of sunshine intensity. ------ 12. What did President Trump mean when he tweeted that u201cpolice must take a stronger stand with the radical left politicians?u201d I havent heard that one but if he did say that, its a serious problem for all of us. Just reading * Police must take a stronger stand with the radical left politicians* coming from the president sounds too much like a police state to me. Am I wrong? Whats next? It really worries me that this type of thinkinking is just a step away from dictatorship. Its past time for all of us to just set back and wait for others to take action. We need to support the opposition to this megalomaniac. The best we can do now is donate, if and however much you can, to the campaigns of those in the fight to replace the enablers of this travistry of leadership. Keep Safe, Stay Healthy, Be Strong and Happy. ------ 13. How does Facebook plan on recouping their $19 billion investment in WhatsApp, now that WhatsApp has encrypted their messaging service? I've read the encryption is more like WhatsApp > Facebook servers > encryption > WhatsApp. Don't know how true that is though because that would almost defeat the point of encryption. I suppose they could use an https protocol to their server to prevent man in the middle attacks which would work well. Then they could encrypt using public/private keys using their servers compute power instead of your phone, and then send it back using HTTPS again, not that it would matter as much on the return trip. Seems like this might be the way they do it, meaning their servers can still do all the data mining they want on your messages before they're encrypted ------ 14. How much would you rate your beauty, on a scale of 1-10? Remember this: I think Im a bit insecure, so thats thatfaceeyes: black, round, largenose: smallskin: acne yayyyyyyeyebrows: faintlips: a bit towards the thick sideface shape: round, but somehow slimmaybe a 4.5/10?bodyheight: short thats all im going to sayarms: skinny wrists, but towards the shoulder part not so much im unproportionedlegs: NOT skinny2/10?hairlong hairblack, or as some people say, dark dark dark brownreally evenmy hair is REALLY straight, I have never straightened my hair - but if I go to sleep with my hair half wet it will still be straight, and i do sleep on my hairmy hair gets tangly pretty fastTHICK AND A LOTsometimes its soft, sometimes its not8/10?styleoversized hoodiesblackmore blackblack leggings or sweatpantsblack shirtsBLACK.i dont care about this ratingso overall maybe a 5/10?. ------ 15. Why does the stock market go up when unemployment increases and wages go down? Because the stock market acts ahead of the real economy, typically about 18 months ahead. For example, the stock market began to fall in October 2007, while unemployment shot up and wages declined in early 2009, at which time the stock market had seen the bottom and was rebounding back up, predicting the employment and wage gains that would begin late in 2010.The stock market, employment and wages are all strongly correlated to real activity. In good times businesses make profits, people are hired and pay goes up; in bad times the reverse is true. But the correlation is not simultaneous. The stock market is a prediction of future profits, employment and wages react to past losses ------ 16. Why is Japan's birth rate so low? Birth rate has decreased in every society where education has taken predominance.And independence of women is a norm.Japan has other reasons too.To-date Japan has gender baise. Men's and women's world are segragated. They do have coeducation, but you will rarely see mixed group.Women don't get to meet men. Except in their work places.Parents are more dependent on their daughters than sons, a reason why women can't leave their homes. Women living with their parents, have more money to enjoy, they don't want the responsibility of husband and children.This is a very complex problem. Will be very difficult to solve for the Japanese government
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What have you done to save Earth?
i don't hear music loudly to reduce noise pollution i never throw garbage on streets but if in any case i throw a wrapper on road or somewhere else. so, i not only pick that 1 but 5 more i don't spit anywhere accept wash - basin • Other Questions Will people vote for Narendra Modi in 2019? Every individual to give vote is RightIn 2019 Election Many Individual parties ,and National parties are Fight.Vote give to Modi or BJP Party .why I not give vote to Modi. Because he Done many think in period 5 years Between 20142019 .Modi is 100% sure next Prime Minister of India in period 20192024. ------ Why do so many of the world leaders tend to favor a liberal Democrat for the American president? Because a Liberal Democrat is far closer to the mainstream of developed world politics. Even so, such a potential President would be regarded as definitely on the right wing in most countries. But a right wing that world leaders are used to working with, even if they are not themselves on the right. ------ Why was Andrew Johnson impeached? He fired Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton. This was a violation of the Tenure of Office Act, which the Radical Republicans had pushed through Congress over his veto the previous year. Johnson was acquitted by the Senate, and was acquitted in the historical record when the Tenure of Office Act was ruled un-Constitutional by the Supreme Court ------ President Trump claims Robert Mueller is 'conflicted'. What does he mean? President Trump means that he doesnt believe anyone can do their sworn duty, even if it is against their personal preferences.It impugned the honor of every cop, every jury, every judge, every county clerk, every military member, and every poll worker in America.Thus nation was built by individuals doing their duty. Muellers is to unwind Trumps continuing criminal enterprise ------ Can the Queen dissolve Parliament and take control of the country? I presume you are talking about Queen Elizabeth Queen of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, Head of the Commonwealth.Is it possible after 65 years of an incredible stable reign, a 91 year old constitutional monarch could launch a coup?Yes it is possible but entirely unlikely ------ Is Donald Trump less educated than Barack Obama? You must be kidding?The best Trump could do is get into Fordham. He claims he went too Penn. only because his brother knew the dean of admissions. No one remembers him or did he ever participate in any activities. He would never have any records released because of poor grades. This is the story of Trumps life.A nothing burger. If not for his father he would probably be in jail ------ Could urging people to revolt against state authority from the executive branch be considered treason? Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.Urging a revolt is not treason.Urging a revolt is protected free speech unless the speech advocates imminent violence. Trump is careful not to cross that line.Ironically, Trump consistently says that criticizing Trump should be considered treason. . ------ What exactly is at stake if Donald Trump gets to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg? Donald Trump would certainly replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg--one of the reliable liberal justices on the Supreme Court--with a reliably right-winger.So we'll go from a Supreme Court which is now narrowly divided 54, with Chief Justice John Roberts as a swing vote, to a much more firm 63 right-wing high court ------ Is the BJP led by the Modi-Shah duo making Indian Muslims regret their ancestral choice of picking India over Pakistan? Yes you are right. Do you wanna know how?Madarsa modernizationFree UPSC coaching to MoslemsBanned Triple talaqCarring forward ministry of minortiy affairs which is illlegal by constitutionDespite no definition of minority in constitution Modi/Shah continues to categories Moslems as minortiy and provide them all the benefits despite being almost 30 crores in numbers ------ What is a succinct summary of the circumstances that led to and concluded with the very rapid surrender by the French in World War II? I suggest everyone read Paul Irving's comment. It appears that the "superiority" of the French and British armor is a total myth. The design flaws rank right up there with the WW II ship antiaircraft guns that couldn't fire at low flying targets, e. g. , torpedo bombers. ------ Was Star Wars originally meant to promote theocracy and religious extremism? For over a thousand generations, the Jeri knights have been the guardians of peace and justice in the old republicA Jedi uses the force for knowledge and defense-never for attackLuke, don't give into hate. That leads to the dark sideDon't think it's message is extremism ------ Why did the Australian Federal election held on May 18, 2019 produce such a surprising result? Why did the Australian Federal election held on May 18, 2019 produce such a surprising result?Surprising to who? The pollsters got the result wrong but they obviously asked the wrong people. Many long term Labor supporters were unhappy with Labors policies and voted Liberals. If the liberals hadnt been in such an utter mess it would have been a landslide to the Liberal party. ------ In his interview with Fox News, why did Trump state that he was not offended by the Confederate flag and then go on to say he's not offended by Black Lives Matter either? Are those two things related? No, they are not related. The Confederate battle flag is a symbol of treason and subjugation of individuals because of their race. Black Lives Matter is a global organization seeking to bolster civil liberties through peaceful protest. Take a look at their website for more details: https://blacklivesmatter. com/what-we-believe/Perhaps Trump was alluding to freedom of speech issues which would make the comparison a little more appropriate ------ Has feminism made you choose a career over having children? I chose both. I have kids and a career. Nobody made me choose one or the other. Because of feminism I had the support system necessary to truly choose what I wanted without endangering my kids or damaging my career.Not everybody has the choice. But it has nothing to do with feminism, its economy. Its not easy for one person to earn enough to feed an entire family. ------ Who was Boadicea and when was she the Queen of Britain? She certainly was not Queen of Britain. Britain did not exist as a political entity until 1707. She was the Queen of the Iceni Tribe who were based in East Anglia at the time of the Romans. She led a revolt against Roman rule and died somewhere around AD 60 or 61. ------ Was Napoleon a genius for all the battles he won? Or an idiot for losing at Waterloo? A genius but a very sick and broken man by the time of his return as Emperor. He also lacked the hardened veterans from his previous exploits and enough Experienced Generals. His indecisive Generals cost him the battle of Waterloo by not returning to the field and assist in his final push for victory. ------ What caused the silent majority to vote for Trump in 2016, and will it happen again in 2020? Supporters of Trump dont seem so silent to me. Trump 2016 voters did not constitute a majority. He was 2.8 million votes short. The term is misused by those who claim their opinions are shared by most people. The 2020 polls indicate their silent majority is only 41 percent strong ------ What happens if Congress breaks the alliance with the NCP and Shiv Sena? In the case of this scenario. Both SS & NCP rush to the doorsteps of BJP. SS is refused point-blank. NCP is adjusted by the BJP with a caveat. BJP & NCP form a stable government. The next most probable scenario, assembly dissolved. fresh elections. BJP comes with an absolute majority. JAI HIND. JAI MAHARASHTRA. ------ Has the level of corruption really come down during the Modi government? Decidedly, more work gets done under Modi. Having actual deadlines for infrastructure projects is something that would've been unheard of when I was in college. Much of that was due to prevalence of lower level corruption. Looking at results, I can say corruption has come down. I would go so far as to say Modi has more enemies because he's shown willingness to walk the talk ------ Which Padma Shri recipient of 2020 do you love the most? Not only me but many people like Prof Harishchandra Verma sir most. It is a great moment to congratulate our beloved teacher. I am extremely lucky to share some moments with sir. He is a well-deserved person to receive Padmashree. I am attaching one of my favorite photos ------ How much have you grown as a person from the time of your first Quora answer to your most recent? Well, considering that I have only been on Quora for about 25 days, probably not that much compared to people who have been here for years. Quora has taught me a lot of things and made me more mature as a person so in that sense I am learning a lot ------ What is the most significant improvement you have made in your life? Started meditating. Turned off notifications. Deleted Instagram. Found groups of people in different niches whose company I enjoy. Daily sun, saunas, cold showers. Only red light at night for easier sleep. Gratitude journal. Seeking out media that delights and informs me. Practicing creativity, even in micro-doses. Pursuing a career that Im passionate about. Expressing appreciation and care for the people who matter. ------ Why has Norway not joined the EU? Seeing as per 2015, roughly only 1 out of 5 Norwegians would definitely say yes if a referendum was held today, it seems unlikely that we will join, at least for the forseeable future. The uncertainty in the Eurozone plus what has already been said in other answers, the average Norwegian seems quite put off by the idea of joining the EU as a full member ------ Was Biden right when he said that in this volatile political climate we have to have an experienced person in office? It is plain common sense that having a person who knows how government works, some sense of the honesty with which a leader should keep the citizens informed, and knows the value of unifying the country rather than turning factions against one another makes for a more effective presidency ------ Is Australia more liberal than the US? by far more liberal; this is why you get two different versions.what we in the US call liberal isnt, and what we call conservative is so far right no one sane will accept it.AU has its problems just like anyplace. and it lags behind several countries that have better protections for woman. so it is uneven. Europe has many of the same problem's. ------ Why are people who die of other causes being listed as dying from COVID-19? Is there some incentive to pump up the pandemic death numbers? I think we will find that is quite the opposite.There have been indications that many patients who have died of pneumonia and other causes were undiagnosed COVID-19 cases.Several years down the road, looking back on the current crisis, I am convinced that epidemiologists we find unexplained surges in death rates that can only be explained by COVID-19. ------ Why does the stock market go up faster than the economy grows? The constituents that make up the market indices are picked because they are profitable and do not reflect the situation where 80% of businesses are bankrupt within 5 years. A member of an index gets deleted the moment its business fails below a certain standard and another company is identified to take its place (which business by definition is stronger than the one it replaces). Therefore, market indices perform differently from the overall economy. ------ Was the EU's decision to humiliate PM Theresa May at Salzburg a strategy to get concessions from the UK, or was it a show of contempt to a departing member? No the EU were sticking to what May was told over a year ago. The UK can not cherry pick. The serious problems over the Irish Border, Customs checks, movement of goods etc. must have been known before this futile Brexit was ever considered. The whole exercise has been a tissue of lies and fantasies since day one. The Conservative government deserves to fall ------ What is your view of the idea that some kind of sentient being could have kicked off the events that led to the Big Bang? As an atheist, what is your view of the idea that some kind of sentient being could have kicked off the events that led to the Big Bang?Not really anything as an atheist. But my view in general on the what is your view that could have happened? is that we shouldnt think so without good reason.In this particular case, people havent given good reason. ------ Why didn't the UK retaliate directly against the Argentinian mainland for invading the Falkland Islands? Why didn't Margaret Thatcher bomb Buenos Aires after such an outrageous act of aggression? The UK mounted a major diplomatic exercise to keep the UN onside in the lead-up to the conflict, Any disproportionate act of aggression would have alienated the international community. The principle is that action taken to defeat aggression is in proportion to the stated object, regaining sovereignty of the islands. Killing innocent Argentinian civilians would not have furthered that objective in the slightest and might have stiffened Argentinian resistance. ------ Michel Barnier said that the Yes vote for Brexit was a misguided Nostalgia for a so called golden age when the UK had an empire. What do you think of this comment? IMHO It is not nostalgia for the empire but nostalgia for the French Revolution. It is many years seen we last saw European rulers being publicly executed. A guillotine in front of the omission building will allow Michel Barnier to feel what the British think about him and his compatriots but not for long. ------ In a single sentence how would you describe the difference between the Obama and Trump presidency? The difference between the Obama and the Trump presidencies begins as one of class vs crass; the difference between tenets of presidential responsibility, dignity, intelligence, social responsibility and patriotism vs greed, self-aggrandizement, bullying, indolence, incompetence, prevarication and possibly treason.If you have to ask which one is which, youve been drinking the kool-aid ------ Who would win, an army of Norwegian Vikings vs. the Barbaric Mongolian Army led by Genghis Khan? The Mongols were not barbarians, they had a well disciplined and organized military force lead by several genius commanders with a prescient strategist of Genghis at the head.The Vikings would lose. Caesars legions would lose. Attilas Huns would lose. Alexander the Greats Army would lose
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for led solar light
1. Was Star Wars originally meant to promote theocracy and religious extremism? For over a thousand generations, the Jeri knights have been the guardians of peace and justice in the old republicA Jedi uses the force for knowledge and defense-never for attackLuke, don't give into hate. That leads to the dark sideDon't think it's message is extremism ------ 2. Could urging people to revolt against state authority from the executive branch be considered treason? Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.Urging a revolt is not treason.Urging a revolt is protected free speech unless the speech advocates imminent violence. Trump is careful not to cross that line.Ironically, Trump consistently says that criticizing Trump should be considered treason. . ------ 3. In his interview with Fox News, why did Trump state that he was not offended by the Confederate flag and then go on to say he's not offended by Black Lives Matter either? Are those two things related? No, they are not related. The Confederate battle flag is a symbol of treason and subjugation of individuals because of their race. Black Lives Matter is a global organization seeking to bolster civil liberties through peaceful protest. Take a look at their website for more details: https://blacklivesmatter. com/what-we-believe/Perhaps Trump was alluding to freedom of speech issues which would make the comparison a little more appropriate ------ 4. Can the Queen dissolve Parliament and take control of the country? I presume you are talking about Queen Elizabeth Queen of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, Head of the Commonwealth.Is it possible after 65 years of an incredible stable reign, a 91 year old constitutional monarch could launch a coup?Yes it is possible but entirely unlikely ------ 5. Is Australia more liberal than the US? by far more liberal; this is why you get two different versions.what we in the US call liberal isnt, and what we call conservative is so far right no one sane will accept it.AU has its problems just like anyplace. and it lags behind several countries that have better protections for woman. so it is uneven. Europe has many of the same problem's. ------ 6. Was Napoleon a genius for all the battles he won? Or an idiot for losing at Waterloo? A genius but a very sick and broken man by the time of his return as Emperor. He also lacked the hardened veterans from his previous exploits and enough Experienced Generals. His indecisive Generals cost him the battle of Waterloo by not returning to the field and assist in his final push for victory. ------ 7. Why has Norway not joined the EU? Seeing as per 2015, roughly only 1 out of 5 Norwegians would definitely say yes if a referendum was held today, it seems unlikely that we will join, at least for the forseeable future. The uncertainty in the Eurozone plus what has already been said in other answers, the average Norwegian seems quite put off by the idea of joining the EU as a full member ------ 8. Who was Boadicea and when was she the Queen of Britain? She certainly was not Queen of Britain. Britain did not exist as a political entity until 1707. She was the Queen of the Iceni Tribe who were based in East Anglia at the time of the Romans. She led a revolt against Roman rule and died somewhere around AD 60 or 61. ------ 9. Who would win, an army of Norwegian Vikings vs. the Barbaric Mongolian Army led by Genghis Khan? The Mongols were not barbarians, they had a well disciplined and organized military force lead by several genius commanders with a prescient strategist of Genghis at the head.The Vikings would lose. Caesars legions would lose. Attilas Huns would lose. Alexander the Greats Army would lose ------ 10. Why do so many of the world leaders tend to favor a liberal Democrat for the American president? Because a Liberal Democrat is far closer to the mainstream of developed world politics. Even so, such a potential President would be regarded as definitely on the right wing in most countries. But a right wing that world leaders are used to working with, even if they are not themselves on the right. ------ 11. Michel Barnier said that the Yes vote for Brexit was a misguided Nostalgia for a so called golden age when the UK had an empire. What do you think of this comment? IMHO It is not nostalgia for the empire but nostalgia for the French Revolution. It is many years seen we last saw European rulers being publicly executed. A guillotine in front of the omission building will allow Michel Barnier to feel what the British think about him and his compatriots but not for long. ------ 12. Is Donald Trump less educated than Barack Obama? You must be kidding?The best Trump could do is get into Fordham. He claims he went too Penn. only because his brother knew the dean of admissions. No one remembers him or did he ever participate in any activities. He would never have any records released because of poor grades. This is the story of Trumps life.A nothing burger. If not for his father he would probably be in jail ------ 13. In a single sentence how would you describe the difference between the Obama and Trump presidency? The difference between the Obama and the Trump presidencies begins as one of class vs crass; the difference between tenets of presidential responsibility, dignity, intelligence, social responsibility and patriotism vs greed, self-aggrandizement, bullying, indolence, incompetence, prevarication and possibly treason.If you have to ask which one is which, youve been drinking the kool-aid ------ 14. What exactly is at stake if Donald Trump gets to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg? Donald Trump would certainly replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg--one of the reliable liberal justices on the Supreme Court--with a reliably right-winger.So we'll go from a Supreme Court which is now narrowly divided 54, with Chief Justice John Roberts as a swing vote, to a much more firm 63 right-wing high court ------ 15. Was Biden right when he said that in this volatile political climate we have to have an experienced person in office? It is plain common sense that having a person who knows how government works, some sense of the honesty with which a leader should keep the citizens informed, and knows the value of unifying the country rather than turning factions against one another makes for a more effective presidency ------ 16. What is a succinct summary of the circumstances that led to and concluded with the very rapid surrender by the French in World War II? I suggest everyone read Paul Irving's comment. It appears that the "superiority" of the French and British armor is a total myth. The design flaws rank right up there with the WW II ship antiaircraft guns that couldn't fire at low flying targets, e. g. , torpedo bombers. ------ 17. Has the level of corruption really come down during the Modi government? Decidedly, more work gets done under Modi. Having actual deadlines for infrastructure projects is something that would've been unheard of when I was in college. Much of that was due to prevalence of lower level corruption. Looking at results, I can say corruption has come down. I would go so far as to say Modi has more enemies because he's shown willingness to walk the talk ------ 18. Is the BJP led by the Modi-Shah duo making Indian Muslims regret their ancestral choice of picking India over Pakistan? Yes you are right. Do you wanna know how?Madarsa modernizationFree UPSC coaching to MoslemsBanned Triple talaqCarring forward ministry of minortiy affairs which is illlegal by constitutionDespite no definition of minority in constitution Modi/Shah continues to categories Moslems as minortiy and provide them all the benefits despite being almost 30 crores in numbers ------ 19. What happens if Congress breaks the alliance with the NCP and Shiv Sena? In the case of this scenario. Both SS & NCP rush to the doorsteps of BJP. SS is refused point-blank. NCP is adjusted by the BJP with a caveat. BJP & NCP form a stable government. The next most probable scenario, assembly dissolved. fresh elections. BJP comes with an absolute majority. JAI HIND. JAI MAHARASHTRA. ------ 20. Why didn't the UK retaliate directly against the Argentinian mainland for invading the Falkland Islands? Why didn't Margaret Thatcher bomb Buenos Aires after such an outrageous act of aggression? The UK mounted a major diplomatic exercise to keep the UN onside in the lead-up to the conflict, Any disproportionate act of aggression would have alienated the international community. The principle is that action taken to defeat aggression is in proportion to the stated object, regaining sovereignty of the islands. Killing innocent Argentinian civilians would not have furthered that objective in the slightest and might have stiffened Argentinian resistance. ------ 21. What is the most significant improvement you have made in your life? Started meditating. Turned off notifications. Deleted Instagram. Found groups of people in different niches whose company I enjoy. Daily sun, saunas, cold showers. Only red light at night for easier sleep. Gratitude journal. Seeking out media that delights and informs me. Practicing creativity, even in micro-doses. Pursuing a career that Im passionate about. Expressing appreciation and care for the people who matter. ------ 22. President Trump claims Robert Mueller is 'conflicted'. What does he mean? President Trump means that he doesnt believe anyone can do their sworn duty, even if it is against their personal preferences.It impugned the honor of every cop, every jury, every judge, every county clerk, every military member, and every poll worker in America.Thus nation was built by individuals doing their duty. Muellers is to unwind Trumps continuing criminal enterprise ------ 23. Why was Andrew Johnson impeached? He fired Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton. This was a violation of the Tenure of Office Act, which the Radical Republicans had pushed through Congress over his veto the previous year. Johnson was acquitted by the Senate, and was acquitted in the historical record when the Tenure of Office Act was ruled un-Constitutional by the Supreme Court ------ 24. Has feminism made you choose a career over having children? I chose both. I have kids and a career. Nobody made me choose one or the other. Because of feminism I had the support system necessary to truly choose what I wanted without endangering my kids or damaging my career.Not everybody has the choice. But it has nothing to do with feminism, its economy. Its not easy for one person to earn enough to feed an entire family. ------ 25. What caused the silent majority to vote for Trump in 2016, and will it happen again in 2020? Supporters of Trump dont seem so silent to me. Trump 2016 voters did not constitute a majority. He was 2.8 million votes short. The term is misused by those who claim their opinions are shared by most people. The 2020 polls indicate their silent majority is only 41 percent strong ------ 26. Will people vote for Narendra Modi in 2019? Every individual to give vote is RightIn 2019 Election Many Individual parties ,and National parties are Fight.Vote give to Modi or BJP Party .why I not give vote to Modi. Because he Done many think in period 5 years Between 20142019 .Modi is 100% sure next Prime Minister of India in period 20192024. ------ 27. Why are people who die of other causes being listed as dying from COVID-19? Is there some incentive to pump up the pandemic death numbers? I think we will find that is quite the opposite.There have been indications that many patients who have died of pneumonia and other causes were undiagnosed COVID-19 cases.Several years down the road, looking back on the current crisis, I am convinced that epidemiologists we find unexplained surges in death rates that can only be explained by COVID-19. ------ 28. What have you done to save Earth? i don't hear music loudly to reduce noise pollution i never throw garbage on streets but if in any case i throw a wrapper on road or somewhere else. so, i not only pick that 1 but 5 more i don't spit anywhere accept wash - basin ------ 29. What is your view of the idea that some kind of sentient being could have kicked off the events that led to the Big Bang? As an atheist, what is your view of the idea that some kind of sentient being could have kicked off the events that led to the Big Bang?Not really anything as an atheist. But my view in general on the what is your view that could have happened? is that we shouldnt think so without good reason.In this particular case, people havent given good reason. ------ 30. Why does the stock market go up faster than the economy grows? The constituents that make up the market indices are picked because they are profitable and do not reflect the situation where 80% of businesses are bankrupt within 5 years. A member of an index gets deleted the moment its business fails below a certain standard and another company is identified to take its place (which business by definition is stronger than the one it replaces). Therefore, market indices perform differently from the overall economy. ------ 31. Why did the Australian Federal election held on May 18, 2019 produce such a surprising result? Why did the Australian Federal election held on May 18, 2019 produce such a surprising result?Surprising to who? The pollsters got the result wrong but they obviously asked the wrong people. Many long term Labor supporters were unhappy with Labors policies and voted Liberals. If the liberals hadnt been in such an utter mess it would have been a landslide to the Liberal party. ------ 32. Was the EU's decision to humiliate PM Theresa May at Salzburg a strategy to get concessions from the UK, or was it a show of contempt to a departing member? No the EU were sticking to what May was told over a year ago. The UK can not cherry pick. The serious problems over the Irish Border, Customs checks, movement of goods etc. must have been known before this futile Brexit was ever considered. The whole exercise has been a tissue of lies and fantasies since day one. The Conservative government deserves to fall ------ 33. How much have you grown as a person from the time of your first Quora answer to your most recent? Well, considering that I have only been on Quora for about 25 days, probably not that much compared to people who have been here for years. Quora has taught me a lot of things and made me more mature as a person so in that sense I am learning a lot ------ 34. Which Padma Shri recipient of 2020 do you love the most? Not only me but many people like Prof Harishchandra Verma sir most. It is a great moment to congratulate our beloved teacher. I am extremely lucky to share some moments with sir. He is a well-deserved person to receive Padmashree. I am attaching one of my favorite photos
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When i connected 4 LEDs i read 0.5 volt on my voltmeter.I added 4 more LEDs and it reads 1 volt,why is that?
Assuming they aren't connected to a power supply, probably the ambient room light is charging them up and your voltmeter is loading them down a little bit, too. LEDs work as light sensors as well as light emitters. If you are trying to use your LEDs as light sensors, that's one thing. (A lot of methods are available there.) If you are trying to use them as a power source, that's going to be a lot more complicated (and mostly impractical except in rare circumstances where you actually know what you are doing and why.) Regardless of any of that, you can't expect to increase both voltage and current without an external power supply. Useful power out is always less than useful power in. You can "optimize" the load point to improve the net power extracted from a solar cell (or, for gosh sake, an LED.) But that's circuit design, not a violation of physical laws. • Suggested Reading Some scientists often consent to this statement: "For every creation, there should be a creator." Would you deny this? Im not sure if it was intentional, but your question commits the fallacy of begging the question. An argument begs the question when it assumes what it claims to prove. The Mona Lisa is a creation. Does the Mona Lisa have a creator? Well, of course it does. It couldnt be a creation if it didnt!Its a pedestrian truism that all creations have creators. The meaningful question is whether the natural worldor at least certain aspects of itare creations. If it can be shown that they are, then the theist has established something significant. Of course, he still hasnt proven theism. Even if the natural world has a creator, it doesnt follow that the creator is omnipotent, omniscient, morally perfect, eternal and possessed of the other properties ascribed to the theistic god. Still, it would be a nice start. But many people have proposed arguments for this conclusion and so far none has survived rational analysis. ------ Michael Heseltine says Britons are turning against Brexit as the economic and wider damage becomes clear. Is there evidence of that? Michael Heseltine, being a typical Britain and spending all his time in pubs, shopping centres, Jobcentres and canteens, will obviously be a reliable source for the views of the common man, particularly those in the North?Michael Heseltine - WikipediaMichael Ray Dibdin Heseltine, Baron Heseltine, CH, PC (born 21 March 1933) is a British Conservative politician and businessman. After initially making money as a property developer, he was one of the founders of the publishing house Haymarket. He was a Member of Parliament from 1966 to 2001, and was a prominent figure in the governments of Margaret Thatcher and John Major including serving as Deputy Prime Minister under the latter. Heseltines ownership of Haymarket has made him a large personal fortune. As of 2013 he was ranked 311th in The Sunday Times Rich List with an estimated wealth, including shareholdings held by members of his immediate family, of 264 million.I think it would be possible to find sources who more accurately reflect the opinion of the average person. ------ Why is Russia apparently such a big threat to the US? Russia and the United States do not share the same agendas and have contradicting interests in regards to peace and stability. Russia isnt necessarily a threat to US national security but more of a threat to their national interests and agendas (though national security and interest do coincide).https://www.cfr.org/sites/defaul.The Path to U.S.-Russia CooperationAmerican Interests, Russian InterestsRecently, the Middle East has become a hot debate with the two nations conflicting agendas. U. S. -Russia Competition in the Middle East Is BackUS and Russia Interests in Middle EastThe two nations contradicting interests heated up in UkraineThe True Interests of the US and Russia in UkraineThe Obama Doctrine and UkraineBut most of all, Syria has been the center of the two nations heated agenda rivalry, some calling it a proxy conflict between the twoSyria crisis: Where key countries stand - BBC NewsThe Syria Strike: Are the United States and Russia On a Collision Course?Russia versus the United States in SyriaRussias interests - What Russia Wants in SyriaUnited States interests - Americas Vital Interests in Syria ------ Should Italy quit the Euro & Eurozone? Why or why not? As the answer to similar questions has been provided so many times, letu2019s take a different turn.No, it shouldnu2019t because it would be a massive violation of the desire of the Italian population.In the latest polls, the support for the EU and Euro was about 70%. The lowest we have ever seen. . still the vast majority. Even the right wing populist Lega, now in power, has made some interesting changes to its headquarters.Source: Repubblica newspaperHave you noticed the u201cBasta Eurou201d (enough with the euro) logo and the reference to secession (North and Padania)? They took them down this week, before the government is officially appointed.Before we even consider the suicidal economic consequences and the contractual impossibility of the solution, the Italians simply donu2019t want to do it. Isnu2019t that enough?For the economics part, here is a sample of the reasoning behind the economic issues:Tiziano Martinetti's answer to How likely is it that Italy will exit the Euro currency but remain in the EU zone? ------ After 10 years, who will be remembered the most - Sachin Tendulkar, MS Dhoni or Virat Kohli? Do you remember the 112 in the 1992 Perth Test?Do you remember the 65 in the 1996 World Cup Semifinal?Do you remember the Desert storm innings in 1998?Do you remember the 140* against Kenya in 1999 ICC World Cup?Do you remember the 673 Runs in 2003 ICC World Cup?Do you remember the 98 against Pakistan in 2003 ICC World Cup?Do you remember the 241* in Sydney 2004 Test?Do you remember the countless nervous 90s in 2007?Do you remember the 200* against South Africa in 2010?Do you remember the 148 against Pakistan in 2005?Do you remember the 183* against Sri Lanka in 2005?Do you remember the 91* in 2011 ICC World Cup final?Do you remember the 183 against Pakistan in 2012?Do you remember the 82* against Australia in ICC World T20 2016?Do you remember the 100* against Australia in 2013?Do you remember the 112 against Pakistan in 2013?Scan your brains and hearts but lets just tell which of these memories are etched forever in your life!You got your answer guys, it will always be Sachin Tendulkar, today, after 10 years and even after 100 years! ------ What are your thoughts on Fox News host Chris Wallace fact checking Donald Trump and telling him that he's wrong to claim that Biden wants to defund the police? My thoughts,That while Trump was wrong in the wording Biden used and extent to which he wants to defund police, that Wallace was also absolutely wrong.You see, two things can be true at the same time.If Wallace wants to fact check something, he damn well should be correct about it, and he wasnt. (Same goes for Trump claiming something)Biden said that he wants to shift funding from police to other programs like mental health.When you take funds from a programs budget, that is defunding. Plain and simple.Additionally, any time that it is suggested that a programs funding be frozen at current levels, or even not increased as much as expected over the previous budget, those in D. C. always cry to the media about important programs being defunded. That means that by use of the term that Biden has used in the past, and surrounded himself with for forty years that he was talking about defunding the police.But, yes, Wallace was correct that Biden did not say abolish the police, nor did he say to completely defund them. ------ What is the worst personnel ratio in which wars have been won? The battle of Auerstedt in 1806. (1:2 ratio)A single corps of the French Army defeated the entire Prussian army. The French were measly 27,000 and the Prussians were 62,000, more than double the number of French.The battle started when they collided with single divisions in morning. Both the sides started getting reinforcements piece-meal. However, the Commander of the French III corps was none other than Louis Nicholas Davout, whose superb training and stern discipline created the best fighting force of the Grand army. The Prussian Army had somewhat rotted. From the days of Fredrick the Great, the Prussians had lost their discipline. In the end, the entire Prussian line was broken, their commanders were mortally wounded and the French were counter attacking.In an age where line formations formed and even small number of troops could be used for flanking formations, this battle can be considered epic.Another battle that comes to my mind is the Battle of Saragarhi Ratio (21 Sikhs vs. 10,000 Afghans). The sikhs fought to the last man and killed or wounded approximately 180450 Afghans. So yes its a strategic victory.Hope this helps ! ------ Could you write a one paragraph bio/testimonial about yourself that sounds entirely fictitious/embellished but is actually completely true? Rei was born in a vast industrial wasteland where the sky glowed burnt orange at night and the odd explosion rocked the nearby houses. Rei is descended on one side from a mysterious orphaned farm boy, and on the other side from a fierce war veteran matriarch. Reis formative years involved being inducted into a mysterious local group listed in the phone directory as a satanic cult, where Rei learned to wage war and perform magic while hordes of people insisted on giving Rei expensive pieces of cardboard. Rei has spent time learning how to fly, climbing silk, building artificial intelligences determined to cover the world with carpet, swimming on the ocean floor, and occasionally hitting people with things, all while working full time and obtaining several academic degrees. Rei has trekked through the jungle, performed at the opening ceremony for the Olympics, and hugged eight incarnations of The Doctor. Over the years, Rei has ushered many people through doorways to other worlds, where they have learned to fly in Never Never Land, run a starship, saved the world from giant rocks, time travelled, and attended Hogwarts. ------ Why has Norway not joined the EU? HiNorway let its citizens decide and they voted against. Instead of that, Norway joined the EEA, and is therefore part of the European Market (including the right to enjoy and the plight to grant the Four Freedoms to other European citizens).To be a member of EEA, Norwayhad to accept the basic constitution of the single markethad to accept the jurisdiction of European Courtshas to accept new laws and regulation from the EU, to a certain degreepays substantial amounts to the European Union, without having a say in its politics and decisionsSo You might argue that itd be more clever for Norway to be an EU member. However, it would also mean giving away more juridical power, and accepting external policies (e.g. on fishing, which is much more regulated by Norway then by other EU members). At least, being a member of the single market is as valuable to Norway that theyre willing to accept all this to gain acces. ------ How much have you grown as a person from the time of your first Quora answer to your most recent? I think I have grown as a person. I like Quora because it gives me a chance to think and write on subjects that are important to me, learn and possibly, on rare occasion help someone.I get a lot of satisfaction from writing on Quora and so far I havent been trolled which I have an aversion to. I think a lot of questions have answers that are easily found elsewhere but not the qualitative kind. I would turn off my stats if I could but I dont really want to be anonymous. My picture and name are not my own and thats enough. I am not really interested in the numbers game, just the questions and answers. I dont care about being upvoted or not. It is nice to be published and have a database that has all of my musings. It is a modern form of self-reflection or contemporary intellectual snapshot.As far as things to do on the internet there is a lot worse out there.
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1. Could you write a one paragraph bio/testimonial about yourself that sounds entirely fictitious/embellished but is actually completely true? Rei was born in a vast industrial wasteland where the sky glowed burnt orange at night and the odd explosion rocked the nearby houses. Rei is descended on one side from a mysterious orphaned farm boy, and on the other side from a fierce war veteran matriarch. Reis formative years involved being inducted into a mysterious local group listed in the phone directory as a satanic cult, where Rei learned to wage war and perform magic while hordes of people insisted on giving Rei expensive pieces of cardboard. Rei has spent time learning how to fly, climbing silk, building artificial intelligences determined to cover the world with carpet, swimming on the ocean floor, and occasionally hitting people with things, all while working full time and obtaining several academic degrees. Rei has trekked through the jungle, performed at the opening ceremony for the Olympics, and hugged eight incarnations of The Doctor. Over the years, Rei has ushered many people through doorways to other worlds, where they have learned to fly in Never Never Land, run a starship, saved the world from giant rocks, time travelled, and attended Hogwarts. ------ 2. Should Italy quit the Euro & Eurozone? Why or why not? As the answer to similar questions has been provided so many times, letu2019s take a different turn.No, it shouldnu2019t because it would be a massive violation of the desire of the Italian population.In the latest polls, the support for the EU and Euro was about 70%. The lowest we have ever seen. . still the vast majority. Even the right wing populist Lega, now in power, has made some interesting changes to its headquarters.Source: Repubblica newspaperHave you noticed the u201cBasta Eurou201d (enough with the euro) logo and the reference to secession (North and Padania)? They took them down this week, before the government is officially appointed.Before we even consider the suicidal economic consequences and the contractual impossibility of the solution, the Italians simply donu2019t want to do it. Isnu2019t that enough?For the economics part, here is a sample of the reasoning behind the economic issues:Tiziano Martinetti's answer to How likely is it that Italy will exit the Euro currency but remain in the EU zone? ------ 3. Michael Heseltine says Britons are turning against Brexit as the economic and wider damage becomes clear. Is there evidence of that? Michael Heseltine, being a typical Britain and spending all his time in pubs, shopping centres, Jobcentres and canteens, will obviously be a reliable source for the views of the common man, particularly those in the North?Michael Heseltine - WikipediaMichael Ray Dibdin Heseltine, Baron Heseltine, CH, PC (born 21 March 1933) is a British Conservative politician and businessman. After initially making money as a property developer, he was one of the founders of the publishing house Haymarket. He was a Member of Parliament from 1966 to 2001, and was a prominent figure in the governments of Margaret Thatcher and John Major including serving as Deputy Prime Minister under the latter. Heseltines ownership of Haymarket has made him a large personal fortune. As of 2013 he was ranked 311th in The Sunday Times Rich List with an estimated wealth, including shareholdings held by members of his immediate family, of 264 million.I think it would be possible to find sources who more accurately reflect the opinion of the average person. ------ 4. After 10 years, who will be remembered the most - Sachin Tendulkar, MS Dhoni or Virat Kohli? Do you remember the 112 in the 1992 Perth Test?Do you remember the 65 in the 1996 World Cup Semifinal?Do you remember the Desert storm innings in 1998?Do you remember the 140* against Kenya in 1999 ICC World Cup?Do you remember the 673 Runs in 2003 ICC World Cup?Do you remember the 98 against Pakistan in 2003 ICC World Cup?Do you remember the 241* in Sydney 2004 Test?Do you remember the countless nervous 90s in 2007?Do you remember the 200* against South Africa in 2010?Do you remember the 148 against Pakistan in 2005?Do you remember the 183* against Sri Lanka in 2005?Do you remember the 91* in 2011 ICC World Cup final?Do you remember the 183 against Pakistan in 2012?Do you remember the 82* against Australia in ICC World T20 2016?Do you remember the 100* against Australia in 2013?Do you remember the 112 against Pakistan in 2013?Scan your brains and hearts but lets just tell which of these memories are etched forever in your life!You got your answer guys, it will always be Sachin Tendulkar, today, after 10 years and even after 100 years! ------ 5. What are your thoughts on Fox News host Chris Wallace fact checking Donald Trump and telling him that he's wrong to claim that Biden wants to defund the police? My thoughts,That while Trump was wrong in the wording Biden used and extent to which he wants to defund police, that Wallace was also absolutely wrong.You see, two things can be true at the same time.If Wallace wants to fact check something, he damn well should be correct about it, and he wasnt. (Same goes for Trump claiming something)Biden said that he wants to shift funding from police to other programs like mental health.When you take funds from a programs budget, that is defunding. Plain and simple.Additionally, any time that it is suggested that a programs funding be frozen at current levels, or even not increased as much as expected over the previous budget, those in D. C. always cry to the media about important programs being defunded. That means that by use of the term that Biden has used in the past, and surrounded himself with for forty years that he was talking about defunding the police.But, yes, Wallace was correct that Biden did not say abolish the police, nor did he say to completely defund them. ------ 6. When i connected 4 LEDs i read 0.5 volt on my voltmeter.I added 4 more LEDs and it reads 1 volt,why is that? Assuming they aren't connected to a power supply, probably the ambient room light is charging them up and your voltmeter is loading them down a little bit, too. LEDs work as light sensors as well as light emitters. If you are trying to use your LEDs as light sensors, that's one thing. (A lot of methods are available there.) If you are trying to use them as a power source, that's going to be a lot more complicated (and mostly impractical except in rare circumstances where you actually know what you are doing and why.) Regardless of any of that, you can't expect to increase both voltage and current without an external power supply. Useful power out is always less than useful power in. You can "optimize" the load point to improve the net power extracted from a solar cell (or, for gosh sake, an LED.) But that's circuit design, not a violation of physical laws. ------ 7. How much have you grown as a person from the time of your first Quora answer to your most recent? I think I have grown as a person. I like Quora because it gives me a chance to think and write on subjects that are important to me, learn and possibly, on rare occasion help someone.I get a lot of satisfaction from writing on Quora and so far I havent been trolled which I have an aversion to. I think a lot of questions have answers that are easily found elsewhere but not the qualitative kind. I would turn off my stats if I could but I dont really want to be anonymous. My picture and name are not my own and thats enough. I am not really interested in the numbers game, just the questions and answers. I dont care about being upvoted or not. It is nice to be published and have a database that has all of my musings. It is a modern form of self-reflection or contemporary intellectual snapshot.As far as things to do on the internet there is a lot worse out there. ------ 8. What is the worst personnel ratio in which wars have been won? The battle of Auerstedt in 1806. (1:2 ratio)A single corps of the French Army defeated the entire Prussian army. The French were measly 27,000 and the Prussians were 62,000, more than double the number of French.The battle started when they collided with single divisions in morning. Both the sides started getting reinforcements piece-meal. However, the Commander of the French III corps was none other than Louis Nicholas Davout, whose superb training and stern discipline created the best fighting force of the Grand army. The Prussian Army had somewhat rotted. From the days of Fredrick the Great, the Prussians had lost their discipline. In the end, the entire Prussian line was broken, their commanders were mortally wounded and the French were counter attacking.In an age where line formations formed and even small number of troops could be used for flanking formations, this battle can be considered epic.Another battle that comes to my mind is the Battle of Saragarhi Ratio (21 Sikhs vs. 10,000 Afghans). The sikhs fought to the last man and killed or wounded approximately 180450 Afghans. So yes its a strategic victory.Hope this helps ! ------ 9. Why has Norway not joined the EU? HiNorway let its citizens decide and they voted against. Instead of that, Norway joined the EEA, and is therefore part of the European Market (including the right to enjoy and the plight to grant the Four Freedoms to other European citizens).To be a member of EEA, Norwayhad to accept the basic constitution of the single markethad to accept the jurisdiction of European Courtshas to accept new laws and regulation from the EU, to a certain degreepays substantial amounts to the European Union, without having a say in its politics and decisionsSo You might argue that itd be more clever for Norway to be an EU member. However, it would also mean giving away more juridical power, and accepting external policies (e.g. on fishing, which is much more regulated by Norway then by other EU members). At least, being a member of the single market is as valuable to Norway that theyre willing to accept all this to gain acces. ------ 10. Why is Russia apparently such a big threat to the US? Russia and the United States do not share the same agendas and have contradicting interests in regards to peace and stability. Russia isnt necessarily a threat to US national security but more of a threat to their national interests and agendas (though national security and interest do coincide).https://www.cfr.org/sites/defaul.The Path to U.S.-Russia CooperationAmerican Interests, Russian InterestsRecently, the Middle East has become a hot debate with the two nations conflicting agendas. U. S. -Russia Competition in the Middle East Is BackUS and Russia Interests in Middle EastThe two nations contradicting interests heated up in UkraineThe True Interests of the US and Russia in UkraineThe Obama Doctrine and UkraineBut most of all, Syria has been the center of the two nations heated agenda rivalry, some calling it a proxy conflict between the twoSyria crisis: Where key countries stand - BBC NewsThe Syria Strike: Are the United States and Russia On a Collision Course?Russia versus the United States in SyriaRussias interests - What Russia Wants in SyriaUnited States interests - Americas Vital Interests in Syria ------ 11. Some scientists often consent to this statement: "For every creation, there should be a creator." Would you deny this? Im not sure if it was intentional, but your question commits the fallacy of begging the question. An argument begs the question when it assumes what it claims to prove. The Mona Lisa is a creation. Does the Mona Lisa have a creator? Well, of course it does. It couldnt be a creation if it didnt!Its a pedestrian truism that all creations have creators. The meaningful question is whether the natural worldor at least certain aspects of itare creations. If it can be shown that they are, then the theist has established something significant. Of course, he still hasnt proven theism. Even if the natural world has a creator, it doesnt follow that the creator is omnipotent, omniscient, morally perfect, eternal and possessed of the other properties ascribed to the theistic god. Still, it would be a nice start. But many people have proposed arguments for this conclusion and so far none has survived rational analysis.
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