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Tuesday, October 24, 2006


Infrared (IR) emission is electromagnetic emission of a wavelength longer than that of noticeable light, but shorter than that of radio waves. The name means "below red" (from the Latin infra, "below"), red being the color of detectable light of longest wavelength. Infrared radiation spans three instructions of magnitude and has wavelengths between about 750 nm and 1 mm.
These divisions are suitable by the different human response to this radiation: near infrared is the area closest in wavelength to the radiation detectable by the human eye, mid and far infrared are gradually further from the visible regime. Other definitions follow different physical mechanisms (emission peaks, vs. bands, water absorption) and the newest follow technical reasons (The common silicon detectors are sensitive to about 1,050 nm, while Inga As sensitivity starts around 950 nm and ends between 1,700 and 2,600 nm, depending on the specific configuration). Unfortunately the international standards for these specifications are not currently obtainable.
The boundary between visible and infrared light is not precisely defined. The human eye is markedly less responsive to light above 700 nm wavelength, so longer frequencies make irrelevant contributions to scenes illuminated by common light sources. But particularly strong light (e.g., from lasers, or from bright daylight with the visible light removed by colored gels [1]) can be detected up to approximately 780 nm, and will be apparent as red light. The onset of infrared is defined (according to different standards) at different values typically between 700 nm and 780 nm.

Monday, October 16, 2006

To Choose University:

College is a creepy thing on its own. Leaving away from parents and the rest of your friends to start your own life and how you’re going to live it. To choose a college can be a very tough decision there are many things that one must think about in order to decide which one is right for you and will you be accepted. For me it was an interesting process in which I decided to choose the college which is right for me and whether or not they might have the right program for me. At First, I was looking at schools in my area around Texas but I really didn’t like Texas that much so I decided I need a college that was more in an area where I feel more at home.
There are many things that can help you decide which is the correct one for you. There are chooses to be made about whether you like the fine and fun atmosphere of a large university. You have been wondered if you are a big city person or a small town type of person.
Yet may be at larger university you have more opportunities to join many different types of organizations.
There are many more benefits to each type of setting at a smaller school you are able to connect to you professors and even know them on a personal basis.
I have to have an argument about that the larger university is better because of all the new people you can meet and all the opportunities for a bigger field of intramural.

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Hundred years war

The predefined definition of the Golden Rule is that those with the gold make the rules. In the other words, those with the gold have the power as well as those with the power have the gold. The History books will reveal the general reasons for war such as freedom from adversity or freedom from religion. But the real issue for any war is the thirst for power and control; and the means to finance them are the economic Nations will endure years of fighting for power and control. The European countries like France and England fought each other for more than a hundred years to have control of the Channel trade routes. So this century of warring was known as The Hundred Years' War and is the longest war in record history. The war has been began in 1337 when King Edward III invaded Normandy and ended in 1453 when France won the Battle of Bordeaux. Even though, it was not a hundred years of constant battle; there were periods of truces One cause for the Hundred Years' War was the claim to the French throne. He became a French regent and upon Charles VI's death, the King of England would succeed to a dual monarchy. Consequently, the archer could destroy the effectiveness of a French calvary charge. King Richard II was not a good general. Among the other European countries, France was the richest country in Europe and its army was much larger than England's. But the political conditions of 1442-53 they might have able to resist the bribes, threats, and sanctions employed by a stronger and wealthier monarchy. The English people occupied the side of a small hill, while the heavy number of French men-at-arms and hired Genoese crossbowmen were at the foot of the hill on a plain. However the archers were below the knight on the social ladder, they were not ashamed to fight side by side. Subsequently, France gradually gained control of the Channel trade routes The war soldiers were happy to receive a salary and eager to fight on French soil. The maintenance of a dual kingdom became a financial strain and England was far in debt on military wages. Or France would raid unprotected towns and villages, take what they could, then burn them to the ground. The English pastures produced fleeces that were the envy of Europe which Flanders depended on for its wool and linen market.