Sunday, November 4, 2012

Understanding the Law of Conservation of Mass

We know that nature is composed of diverse living and non living things, which together make up the entire mass of the earth. Thus, it is important to define the law of mass in Physics. It basically refers to the quantity of matter that is determined from its weight. In simple terms, the value of gravity acting on any particular mass is considered to find the weight of mass. Students of physics are taught the various laws of Newton which includes the law of conservation of energy and the law of conservation of mass. The latter explains the characteristics of a mass, and its balance in nature. The laws of energy and mass have many similarities, and they are proportional to each other.
Students of physics will know that mass is a closed system, without any exchange of matter taking place with the surroundings. Thus, a given mass reaches a state of thermodynamic equilibrium, where no matter can be exchanged with it. This is quite similar to the law of energy which states that the total amount of energy in a stagnant system will remain the same forever.
Another familiar outcome of both these laws is that both energy and mass cannot be created or destroyed. They can only be altered from one state to another. This law has many applications in the world. Besides being used in the physical aspect of the science, the law is also applicable in the chemical reactions that take place in closed systems.
Thus, it is clear from above that nature is full of mass, which is being preserved in one state or the other. Many times physics students find it tough to understand these concepts and relate them to real life examples. If you or someone you know is facing problems understanding the different concepts or laws of science, then you can consider hiring a private science tutor. There are several online sources from which you can find a suitable private tutor for physics, math, chemistry, biology, or other branches of science.
The biggest advantage of searching private tutor through these sources is that you can easily find a professional in your locality. Thus, save time commuting for tuition classes. A well qualified tutor, who has specialization in Physics, will be able to demonstrate live examples to help you understand the law of conversion of mass. You can ask as many questions you like and get a good grasp on physics and its various concepts.

Monday, October 29, 2012

Concert Halls in Vienna

Vienna is the home of classical music. The country it belongs to, Austria, is the native land of famous composers and musicians such as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Johann Strauss Sr. and Jr., Ludwig Beethoven, Franz Schubert and Johannes Brahms as well as the internationally renowned Vienna Boys Choir. And since music is a big part of Vienna's culture, it has several concert halls and venues housed in majestic buildings to be proud of.
Musicverein - This venue hosts up to 500 concerts each year accommodating music lovers from all parts of the globe. Moved to the Karlsplatz in 1912, the building is home to the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and houses a conservatory, a library and a collection of musical instruments.
Viennese Conservatory - This is a traditional school of music well known worldwide. In fact, it is considered one of the best institutions for musical education in the world. It offers various courses such as classical music education that includes composition, theory, lessons for different musical instruments, pop jazz music class, instrumental music education and voice training.
Vienna State Opera - The Vienna Opera is one of the pioneer buildings in the Ringstrasse, having one of the largest stages in Europe. Built between 1861 and 1869, it can accommodate more than 2,000 people.
Volksoper - This is a major opera house, next in line to the Vienna State Opera. Different types of opera from the 18th, 19th to the 20th century are staged in this venue. Other performances include musicals, dance events and operettas. Originally meant as a conventional theater, Volksoper eventually evolved and accommodated other art forms such as the dramatic theater, opera and operetta. The Preciosa opera was the first to be staged there in 1903. Today, Volksoper is also the home of a contemporary dance ensemble and attracts a younger set of spectators.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

How to Use the Universal Law of One to Manifest What You Desire Easier

You may not always hear about the universal law of one as much as you hear about the law of attraction. However the practice of the universal law of one is quite transformative when practiced on a deeper level. With the practice of the universal law of one you will find that what you want to manifest in your life will happen is greater easy and ultimately it is the one missing key to getting what you want.
What is the universal law of one? The universal law of one, states that everything in the universe is connected. You and I are one. We are all connected by that large source of energy in the universe. Our separation is only an illusion. By recognizing that we are all one connected force you can then realize that is not separate from you.
How Can You Use the Law of One to Manifest What You Want?
Recognize that what you want also wants you. They idea that you are alone in this world with your desires is untrue. Recognize also that every action you take has a ripple effect which affects everyone you come in contact with, including those who you have never met. This law makes you very responsible.
Knowing that the good you do in the world has an infinite ripple though the planet makes you more responsible for what you put out.
The other key to the law of one is the practice and knowledge that you are connected with what you want and what you want can and will be yours once you integrate with it.
When you struggle to manifest what you want, it is very likely that you struggle with the idea that what you want is separate from you. This state of being does not take into practice the law of one.
To quicken your manifesting success begin to recognize the oneness of all things and the connection between you and the things that you want to manifest in your life.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Law of Attraction - Cooperative Reality

Universal Law
 There has been an enormous amount of discussion lately about the Law of Attraction, you could say that the Law of Attraction has gained celebrity status as the personal development tool of the moment, the current popular method for manifesting your dreams. What most people don't realize is that the Law of Attraction is not a new idea, in fact it's not even an old idea in the sense that there was a point in time when somebody coined the phrase and suddenly everyone began using it like some new appliance. Someone of course did invent the phrase Law of Attraction, but in the same way that Sir Isaac Newton invented the word gravity. The Law of Attraction like gravity, just is, no one owns the rights to it, in fact it is impossible to avoid using it.
The Law of Attraction is one of many laws by which mankind has been operating consciously or unconsciously since the dawn of time. Most people are blissfully unaware of how these laws affect their lives and equally unaware that the power of these laws can be harnessed and used to great effect on a daily basis.
Since the release of the movie The Secret, the Law of Attraction has come to the forefront in peoples minds as the ultimate tool for changing your life and that is a good thing. I find however that many people after watching and reading information about the Law of Attraction are still somewhat confused as to how it actually works. There is a lot of talk about holding images in the mind, sending thought vibrations out to the universe, maintaining a state of expectation and gratitude, and waiting for the universe to respond by the Law of Attraction and provide that upon which you have focussed your intention, and so on. All of these things are very wonderful and I have found all of them useful in my own learning, but none of these ideas provided me with truly satisfactory answers about how the Law of Attraction actually works, both spiritually and scientifically.
Now if you're anything like me, blind faith just doesn't cut it, most people like at least to have some kind of decent explanation for why they should get involved with the Law of Attraction, otherwise we tend to reject the whole idea outright, which would be a unfortunate indeed.
Vital Knowledge
The trouble that I think some people have is that they hear about incredible success stories involving the Law of Attraction, amazing tales of people that have gone from having an average kind of existence to living a life that most people only dream about, and then set out in good faith to achieve similar results. Clearly not everyone achieves the results they had hoped for, why is this? Has the Law of Attraction failed? Are all of the success stories bogus? Are they just clever ploys to get us to buy books and movies about how to use the Law of Attraction?
There are many individual claims about the Law of Attraction bringing great abundance and the fulfillment of great dreams, and there are also charlatans in every area of life, religious, secular, scientific, but it would be a great mistake to reject a concept of such potential because of a few con artists, you might as well give up on all personal development right now.
As for the first idea that the Law of Attraction has somehow failed to work, my own experience tells me that this is simply not possible, the Law of Attraction is not a business plan, or a clever scheme that is subject to markets or the moods of individuals, it is as constant and predictable as the sun rise, all that is required is the appropriate level of understanding in order to leverage its potential.
This I believe is where a lot of confusion exists, why do some people seem to be able to apply the Law of Attraction with great affect and others struggle to see the smallest things manifest? The answer is knowledge, there is a basic lack of understanding about how the Law of Attraction works. Some people however seem to be able to easily apply the Law of Attraction and get results even though they have no more knowledge of what is actually happening than the next person, why is this? It is because some individuals have a mental pre-disposition to accepting the Law of Attraction, its requirements and outcomes without question, others don't and require further instruction about the fundamentals of the law of attraction before being able to apply themselves properly.

Sunday, September 9, 2012

The Law of Supply - The 2nd of the 11 Forgotten Laws - You Must Know About This Law to Succeed

What is The Law Of Supply and why is it so important to your ultimate success? The underlying premise of The Law Of Supply is that God (or The Universe, if that's what you prefer) is the source of all supply. And because God is the source of all supply, there is no shortage in the Universe. There is a never ending supply for all our needs.
The Law Of Supply also goes on to state that when there is a demand for something, the resources needed to create it are available.
There has to be a demand first before we can be aware of the supply. For example, the raw materials to create a motor vehicle has been present in the earth since the dawn of mankind. But it was only once man 's mind broadened to imagine this sort of transport could a demand for it be created. And once the demand was there, man became aware of the raw materials (supply) needed to build the car.
In Raymond Holiwell's book, Working With The Law (The highly acclaimed 11 Forgotten Laws Program is based on this book) he tells the story of a dairy farmer who owned and operated a small dairy farm outside of Pittsburgh. The poor farmer worked hard to eek out a living from what appeared to be barren land.
One day he noticed several men who had been examining the adjacent land walk across his fields. With budding curiosity, he watched them studying the scum and slime in the stream that ran across his farm. He was baffled as to why they would be interested in this.
A few weeks later a man called him and offered him a fabulous price for the farm. He jumped at the opportunity and sold the farm. He moved to Canada and bought another farm.
A few weeks later some strange contraptions were set up on the farm. Word spread that the new owners had struck oil.

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Promoting Global Warming Is Wrong - Promote Conservation of Energy Instead

Last year, I was discussing with someone in Silicon Valley who ran a rather large foundation the realities that much of the current direction of environmentalism has been shaped with the wrong message. My acquaintance, was into recycling, and wanted to see more of it. She would be quite content if it were mandated, and required of all companies.
Still, I disagree with that motif and it seems to me that it would be better to educate companies to explain to them why it made sense to recycle, and how they could save more money doing it, and by producing less waste they would become more efficient and more profitable.
Then, just the other day I was talking to a rather brilliant electrical engineer out of Springfield Massachusetts who had experience working with large IT systems for big corporations. He had come up with a scheme to conserve the energy in a data center, which would have in fact saved millions of dollars in air-conditioning equipment and the cost to run it over the next 5 to 10 years. The company chose not to use his innovative idea, but rather to put in the expensive air-conditioning system. He reiterated to me that often executives and companies don't understand why it is important to conserve energy, recycle waste, or reuse that which you've already paid for.
When he explained this to me, I totally understood, not only because Winslow Friedrich Taylor is in my family tree, but more so because I understand the principles of Six Sigma, and because I have run a company myself prior to retirement. Any time a company or corporation wastes energy, or throws things in the trash, or has leftover byproducts that it does not reuse from its manufacturing process, it is throwing money down the toilet.
Not long ago, I was talking to an individual about all the animal waste from livestock, he indicated to me that growing meat without the animal made sense because there would be less waste. Now then, before you say I don't know what I'm talking about, or that's a crazy idea, I'd like to mention to you that research scientists are now able to grow animal meat in a very safe way, and under ideal laboratory conditions which would prevent food borne bacteria, and other challenges with the meat we eat.
The good thing about this is perhaps for chickens, pigs, and fish for instance you wouldn't have all those leftover body parts, and other things which are very high in protein which cause a lot of problems when that bacteria gets into the groundwater or a nearby river, stream, or lake. Not to mention the fact that it costs a lot to grow an animal, just to get the meat later.

Monday, August 20, 2012

Microeconomics - Understand the Law of Demand and Supply

Microeconomics is a concern with 1. Determining the price we pay for products and services. 2. What output is required by the market place. 3. The impact of the government's intervention in market forces. Understand the microeconomics will help us to analyze the fundamental nature of supply and demand concepts and how they influence the operation of a market economy.
A. Demand In terms of microeconomics,demand is defined as the relationship between the price of a product and the consumer willingness to purchase a certain quality.The law of demand also determine the price and quality sold, if the price of certain increase then the qualities of product sold decrease and the price of certain decrease then the qualities of product sold increase.
B. Supply Supply decisions reflect a supplier willingness to produce and sell at the prevailing market price and these factors all influence the supplier qualities. supplied. For most products, the quantity supplied will increase as the price level increases, all other factors remaining constant. The Law of Supply determines as a) The quantity supplied increases as price increases. b) The quantity supplied decreases as price decreases. c) Producers increase the supply as their product prices rise.
C. Equilibrium of Demand and supply When the price fall to the level the buyers are willing to pay, this produces equilibrium. The opposite effect occurs when prices are too low. In fact, the forces of demand and supply lead to an equilibrium price and quantity. a) As demand is greater than supply, price levels increase. b) As supply is greater than demand, price levels decrease. c) Only one price guarantees equilibrium
D. Other influences There are four fundamental shifts we can examine, each shift having an effect on supply or demand: a) Positive demand shift will increase demand. b) Negative demand shift will decrease in demand. c) Positive supply shift will increase demand. s) Negative supply shift will decrease in demand.
E. Government intervention Government intervention is designed to achieve the following: a) A fair distribution of income among individuals and regions. b) To encourage growth in employment and income. c) To protect low-income earners. and including: a) Minimum wages. b) Rent control. c) Farm marketing Board. d) Taxes.