But a lot of people don't realise that. These phenomena resemble closely the description of Reinhard in cases of beriberi. Although such reports are often discounted as meteor showers or astronomical phenomena, other sightings are not so easy to dismiss. A more recent phenomenon in the political universe is politicians of Hispanic heritage who are not fluent in Spanish. At first, the ridge was thought to be a phenomenon specific to the Atlantic Ocean.
Unable to conceive impersonal natural laws, early humans tried to explain natural phenomena by attributing souls to inanimate objects, giving rise to animism. Double reduction is a phenomenon that two sister chromatids of a chromosome sort into the same gamete. It explains macroscopic phenomena through the classical mechanics of the microscopic particles. When they decided it was a whole laundry list of phenomena that were very prosaic, they sort of dropped their investigation. We are unable to temporalize our sensations of phenomena. Crowds in a stock are a new phenomenon. For example, why is it that supernormal phenomena so often accompany mystical experiences? We were then introduced to a little known atmospheric phenomenon called wind shear.
The third day concerned the earth's annual motion around the sun, and of course certain phenomena involving both the daily rotation and the annual revolution. Any time a star athlete performs well in his first season, sportswriters are quick to label the player a rookie phenomenon. There are not many comparative studies of topicalization and related phenomena in the Semitic languages. It starts off as an easy word game and becomes challenging! The scientists further found that the crumpled ball displayed a phenomenon known as hysteresis, in which the effect of forces acting upon an object lags behind its cause. It is the illusory unity of our own personality, which leads us to unify and to codify natural phenomena and even humanity itself.
The origin of this destructive phenomenon is a quantum-mechanical interaction between the spins of the electrons and the atomic magnetic moments. Nothing of a phenomenon occurs. Which, in order to analysis cyclic phenomena, must be a closed curve hence a circular component. Such terms are not absolute but can refer depending on context to any of several phenomena. These phenomena typically feature non-physical aspects that would make it difficult to scientifically test and evaluate.
Known as a Feshbach resonance, this pairing phenomenon can be externally controlled by the Zeeman effect using an applied magnetic field. The couple in question, John and Mia, are plagued by supernatural phenomena after two Satanists break into their home in a random attack. Seat hogging has become a common phenomenon and a potential source of user complaints or even conflicts. Strictly speaking, our knowledge reaches only as far as the phenomena of inner and outer experience. It is suggested that the phenomenon probably spread from the middle to the lower orders of society, first taking hold in urban centers.
By analyzing the statistical properties of hydrologic records, such as rainfall or river flow, hydrologists can estimate future hydrologic phenomena. Since much of human muscle mass is protein, this phenomenon is responsible for the wasting away of muscle mass seen in starvation. Sometimes they might shorten it to phenom, but the meaning stays the same. Numerical models reveal the existence of phenomena and effects otherwise unobserved. Supernovae are among the most spectacular phenomena known to astronomy. I've also heard people refer to cactis.
Humians see no necessary uniformity in phenomena because they expect some logical law to which uniformity may be referred. However, the term is sometimes applied to other language groups to designate phenomena that are not really analogous. California birthed both the property rights and conservation movements, and spawned such phenomena as the Taxpayer Revolt and the Berkeley Free Speech Movement. The phenomenon of helping in cooperative breeding animals has stimulated a great deal of research. However, the scatter plot of gene density versus Alu density showed that this is not an all-or-none phenomenon. Science, it cannot be too often repeated, deals with tangible phenomena. Globalization gave support to the world music phenomenon by allowing music from developing countries to reach broader audiences.
Further, the contagion effect of suicide and the resultant attention to it is a well-documented phenomenon. Black Holes - an object that has so much mass that the gravitational force means that not even light can escape. If this happens to you. Nodule growth is one of the slowest of all known geological phenomena, on the order of a centimeter over several million years. The resurgence of documentary is a phenomenon few could have predicted. It was an interesting phenomenon. The power that causes all natural phenomena not known to be caused by something else.
It applies mathematics, physics, and chemistry, in an effort to explain the origin of those objects and phenomena and their evolution. Many human diseases are not static phenomena, but capable of evolution. Pilot waves and projections from the implicate order to the explicate order of sense-perceptible phenomena are inscrutable to our everyday consiousness, at least directly. Using the cellular automaton model it is possible to describe the complex, global and coherent systems and nonlinear phenomena using simple rules. The moon completes its revolution around the earth in exactly 29. Over the course of researching the phenomenon, Simmons stumbled upon the bizarre world of Japanese cosplay.