Black holes are some of unusual and most interesting objects found in outer space. The first thing I learned, black holes are objects of the greatest density due to the strong gravity because mater has been squeezed into a tiny space. With the black holes relationships with mass and gravity, they have an extremely powerful gravitational force that even light cannot escape from their grasp if it comes near enough. Second thing I learned is about the inner region of a black hole, where its mass lies, is known as its singularity, the single pint in space-time where the mass of the black hole is concentrated. The third thing I learned that I found the most fascinating is if the earth ever falls into a black hole, one of the effect that will happen is “spaghettification,” which means if objects come too close to a black hole, it will stretch out, just like a spaghetti. This effect is brought about by a gravitational gradient across the object or a body. For example, if earth comes too close to a black hole, the nearest part of the planet will be pulled by an enormous gravitational pull, while leaving the farthest part with a small gravitational force. The fourth thing I learned is that the new hypothesis suggests that anything that touches a black hole will become an
The idea of technology taking over the world has been popular amongst TV shows, including a show called Black Mirror which was released on Netflix in 2011. In the show’s episode, “White Christmas”, two men, who worked together, start to talk about their pasts, specifically their hamartias. One of the men, Matt, shares his story of how he would help males get dates by using technology to see and hear what these men do. He watched one of his “clients” die from a female drugging him. The second job Matt spoke about was of a new technology he placed in homes that allowed a person to take a piece of him/herself and put it into a pod, called a Cookie, that would allow a mental copy of themselves to take care of all of their needs in life. The second man, Joe, told his own story before coming to work with Matt. His story consists of him falling in love with a woman, her getting pregnant, and then she blocks him, which also blocks the baby. He becomes obsessed with trying to see the child. After his ex love interest dies in a fatal accident, he was unblocked from the child, but then later learned the child was not his. In a rage, he killed the child's new caretaker, her grandfather, and left her alone to die. Through telling the story, Joe admits to the crime he committed, and then it is revealed that Matt is using the technology, from his second job, to get Joe to admit to the crime, while Matt also pays for his crime using surveillance and was blocked by everyone in society. In
This reflective essay will be adopted from Rolfe, Freshwater and Jasper’s (2001) reflection model. This reflection is based on a case study that I have read and will be based on the intervention I have chosen to treat the patient. Mr. Castello was admitted to the ward for observation after a fight and sustaining a laceration to his right forehead from a beer bottle and extensive bruising and scratches to his left arm. Mr. Castello had a pre-existing chest infection, Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (DM), and asthma. Assessing, cleaning and dressing his wounds is an integral part of his treatment, as his DM can lead to delayed wound healing and increased chance of infection (Salazar, Ennis, & Koh, 2016). This could be successfully achieved through
After his brief time on the screen it changes to another interviewer, female this time, who continues his statement by adding that “material comes together under the force of gravity and tries to fight but get too much material you can’t overcome that force and eventually mathematics and laws of physics take us into this strange regime”. The next series of speakers are broken into approximately 30 seconds of screen time in which they explain pieces of what causes a black hole. The next screen continues with a man who explains that black holes occur simply when a star dies and another speaker elaborates on what they are by explaining them as “something that’s got many masses of a sun that has collapsed on its own gravitational pull” and “a lot of mass that is packed in a very small region, eventually collapses to the point where not even light can escape from it and it forms what has been called an event
For the last six weeks in both mental and acute setting, I have reflected on events that I had met in each week. Now, I am going to identify essential personal learning outcomes from those events and will include personal awareness of strengths and weaknesses. Among the different models of reflection, I will use the Gibbs model of reflection which entails six stages such as description, feelings, evaluation, analysis, conclusion, action plan.
This semester I learned a lot about writing in English 151. It has been a roller coaster ride with these essays for me this semester. I learned step by step how to write a good essay and how to have your readers be engaged in what you’re trying to tell them. Each essay I did has taught me something valuable I can take to the next level of English. I feel as if as the semester went by I did not take my writing that seriously and that reflected in my grades I received in each essay. It made me a better student and writer and it will reflect next semester. In this essay, I will reflect on what I learned throughout this semester that you should apply in your writing when you begin English 151.
This paper will introduce you to the incredible topic which is black holes. A black hole is a region of space time exhibiting such strong gravitational effects that nothing can escape from inside it. (NASA) No human has ever entered a black hole and there is still a large mystery about them; we have very little idea of where the matter that enters them goes. A black hole cannot be looked into either, as it sucks all the light into the middle of it. Space programs use special satellites with certain features that allow them to see these black holes. A black hole can be big or small, sometimes forming when a star is dying. Some scientists speculate that there can be black holes just 1 centimeter large. There are multiple types of
Your summary was easy to follow and provided the overview I needed to understand the subject and main events. The positive economic incentive used to stimulate improvement failed, as it did not compensate for the gap left when America removed God from education. While most teachers would probably follow the guidelines of their administration and would understand the rational provided, the need to be compensated must have been stronger. I would recommend the school system consider an external review process and instituting feedback directly from the teachers and parents together to an impartial board.
“Black holes are perhaps the most exotic objects to impinge on the cosmic consciousness. They are formed when matter such as that from a dying massive star collapses in calamitously under its own gravity. forming a region of space in which the gravitational is so strong that it swallows all matter and radiation that come near it.” - Christopher Reynolds (Anderson, 2010).
As we begin to wrap up this semester, I reflect on all the learning and achievements I have obtained thus far in the program. Throughout this semester, my communication and relational capacity has grown, driving me to break out of my comfort shell. At the beginning of this year I had wrote a letter to myself, outlining three goals that I wanted to achieve. The three goals were: work with a palliative client, become more assertive, and to integrate family care into my practice. I began the semester off in acute care, on the medical floor. During the second part of the semester, I was assigned to be in the first group of students to start the Trail Outreach Nursing. My new placement has created a new goal of increasing my communication
This is my 6th semester at Saybrook. I am at the University of Washington Bothell Counseling Center working with college age students. I live and work in Seattle metro area. I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington State and have a private practice. I work with adolescents, adults, elderly, and couples. I have training in Humanistic psychology, Person-Centered Approach, Experiential Psychotherapy, and Psychodynamic Oriented Psychotherapy. I am a certified Focusing professional and certified Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapist. For those of you who are not familiar with Focusing, it is a process that helps you to gain the deepest awareness. Focusing process guides you to understand your experience through consciously attending
For years black holes have been the work of science fiction, but a new development says that black holes are not just a mere myth, but that they lurk in the darkness in space. Black holes do exist because we have observed them, scientists have tested them, and they are remnants of giant stars. Black holes are a section of space where the mass of several billion of our sun's (depending on the size of the star) is crushed into a very small section. This causes the gravity to be so strong, even light cannot escape. This means that there is no reflected light, hence the name “Black Holes.”
This week was an experimental week for chem177. I am in track 2, and our first lab is the Alien Periodic table lab in conjunction with the Lewis Dot Lab. On Monday, I completed the academic integrity and the policy statements. With the syllabus, that was the first introduction to the expectations professor Stone has for his students regarding the lab. It was important for us to know the policies, so we had an idea on how to act in the lab sessions. In addition, he made his stance on academic integrity very clear. On Wednesday during lecture, we learned about the resources available to us, such as Scifinder and Zotero. These will be very important for us to use when assignments like the chemical element require in depth information. The biggest
The common conceptual intuition of black holes includes the fact that they attract matter with great force in such a manner that it engulfs everything in its proximity. The concept of accretion disks and as we shall see, particles escaping the gravitational potential,
What is the influence one classroom and one teacher can have on a person's writing? The answer being “a lot” because being a part of one English class my sophomore year made it possible for me to understand more about writing and the skills needed to achieve at the process. The teacher that I had such great communication with that year not only made it possible for me to understand what I was doing wrong, but how I could fix my problems. Without changing my writing from the past, I would still be stuck with essays and papers that lack flow and structure. Writing is such a great skill that is strongly needed in the field I wish to study and eventually one day work for in the future. While to some English and writing may not be important,