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Tidal waves

Tidal waves

We explain what tidal waves are, and what their causes and consequences are. Also, are they different from tsunamis? Shocking images of the Japan tsunami in 2011. What is a tsunami? It is known as tsunami (from the Latin mare , sea, and motus , movement) or sometimes also as a tsunami (from the Japanese tsu , port or bay, and nami , wave) to a fen The least complex ocean in which waves of great energy and large size are produced , which move quantities of water well above the ordinary waves of the wind and that can enter hundreds of meters on land, sweeping everything in its path

Scientific knowledge

We explain to you what scientific knowledge is and what it pursues. Characteristics of scientific knowledge and concrete examples. Scientific knowledge is based on research and evidence. What is scientific knowledge? The scientific knowledge is the set of verifiable knowledge given by certain thanks to the steps contemplated in the scientific method

Gravity

We explain to you what gravity is and how this phenomenon of nature can be measured. In addition, its units of measure and some examples. The Law of Universal Gravitation was formulated by Isaac Newton in 1687. What is gravity? The gravity of gravity is a phenomenon of nature by which bodies that have mass attract each other in a reciprocal manner , with greater intensity according to They are bulky bodies

Scientific Observation

We explain what is the scientific observation, why it is so important and its characteristics. In addition, how is its classification and examples. The scientific observation guarantees the objectivity and demonstrability of the scientific studies. What is the scientific observation? When we talk about scientific observation, we refer to the process of detailing any phenomenon of nature with an analytical intention and the purpose of collecting the most of possible objective information

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We explain to you what a masochist is and what this practice consists of. In addition, how masochism in culture is considered. A masochist finds pleasure in physical or emotional pain. What is a masochist? It is called a masochist who practices masochism, that is, the practice of infringing himself will be hurting (physical or emotional) by his own hand or by hand of others, obtaining it pleasure or enjoyment of some kind, especially sexual nature

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We explain to you what the Industrial Revolution was and why it was so important. Causes, consequences, and inventions that he left us. A model of urban, mechanized and industrialized life is quickly adopted. What is the Industrial Revolution? It is known as the Industrial Revolution at a time of profound and radical transformations in the economic, social and technological that began in eighteenth-century Europe, specifically in the Kingdom of the Great Britain, and it spread throughout Europe and the United States, ending in the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

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We explain to you what the genetic code is, its function, composition, origin and other characteristics. In addition, how was his discovery. RNA is responsible for using the DNA code to synthesize proteins. What is the genetic code? The genetic code is the timely ordering of nucleotides in the sequence that makes up the DNA

Electric Field

Electric Field

We explain to you what an electric field is, the history of its discovery, how its intensity is measured and what its formula is. An electric field is a region of space modified by an electric charge. What is an electric field? An electric field is a physical field or region of space that interacts with an electric force

Polymers

Polymers

We explain what polymers are, their classification, properties and characteristics. In addition, natural and synthetic polymers. What is a polymer? The polymers are macromolecules formed by monomers. In chemistry, polymers are a type of macromolecules consisting of chains of simpler units , called monomers, linked together by covalent bonds (Van der Waals forces, hydrogen bonds or hydrophobic interactions)

Racism

Racism

We explain what racism is and what types of racism exist. In addition, what is its relationship with discrimination and what is a prejudice. Racism leads to discrimination and grants privileges to one race over another. What is racism? Racism means a way of thinking that automatically approves or rejects an individual, without taking on the task of knowing him or knowing who he is, only as he belongs to a or another race That is, a form of preference, segregation or exclusion based on skin color , ethnic lineage or cultural origin

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We explain what a reference is, the areas in which it is used and its different uses. In addition, some synonyms of this term. A reference operates by replacing things with words. What is a reference? Reference refers to the relationship that exists between a linguistic expression, such as a word or phrase, with its correlation in the real world, that is, its concerning

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Wifi

We explain what Wifi is and what this technology is for. In addition, the types of Wifi that exist, how it works and what is a repeater. The wifi allows wireless interconnection between computer and electronic systems. What is the Wifi? In computer science, it is known as `` Wi-Fi '' (derived from the Wi-Fi brand) to a telecommunications technology that allows wireless interconnection between computer systems and electronics , such as computers, video game consoles, televisions, cell phones, players, pointers, etc

Christmas

Christmas

We explain what Christmas is and what is the origin of this famous celebration. In addition, how Christmas is considered today. Christmas is celebrated on December 25. What is Christmas? The word Christmas comes from Latin means "birth" and refers to the arrival of the son of God, Jesus Christ , to the underworld

Recruitment

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We explain what recruitment is and the types of recruitment that are performed. In addition, the steps to follow and the selection of personnel. Companies must provide all the necessary information on the position to be filled. What is Recruitment? Recruitment is a set of procedures used in the process of convening suitable persons for a certain type of activity