TYPES OF JOURNALISTIC PHOLOSOPHY OF THE TIME MEASUREMENT ACCURACY
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the 7th framework Chordis7
.a lot of unexplained events in the sky were classified as undentified
this was because the image devices made were suprelative or basically time = a accuracy
or image = accuracy , so that the time bacame a problem for the unknown as beings searching for time , or that the devices used were searching for a image power source…attractive or not, suprelative technology can be used in journalism
AS WELL AS THE IMAGE ACCURACY AND THE SUPRELATIVES AND THE BASIS FOR A INVESTIGATION INTO WHAT WOULD CONCURR OR BE CONCURRENT WITH A PROBLEM to define the type 1,2,3 technologies as a example
the suprelative of a galaxy definition
By Henryk Szubinski
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what are suprelative images
Water (H2O) is the most abundant compound on Earth’s surface, constituting about 70% of the planet’s surface. In nature it exists in liquid, solid, and gaseous states. It is in dynamic equilibrium between the liquid and gas states at standard temperature and pressure. At room temperature, it is a nearlycolorless with a hint of blue, tasteless, and odorless liquid. Many substances dissolve in water and it is commonly referred to as the universal solvent. Because of this, water in nature and in use is rarely pure and some of its properties may vary slightly from those of the pure substance. However, there are many compounds that are essentially, if not completely, insoluble in water. Water is the only common substance found naturally in all three commonstates of matter and it is essential for life on Earth. Water usually makes up 55% to 78% of the human body.
how do you measure suprelative time: well you would need a suprelative watch
Like many substances, water can take numerous forms that are broadly categorized by phase of matter. The liquid phase is the most common among water’s phases and is the form that’s generally denoted by the word “water.” The solid phase of water is known as ice and commonly takes the structure of hard, amalgamated crystals, such as ice cubes, or loosely accumulated granular crystals, like snow. For a list of the many different crystalline andamorphous forms of solid H2O, see the article ice. The gaseous phase of water is known as water vapor (or steam), and is characterized by water assuming the configuration of a transparent cloud. The fourth state of water, that of a supercritical fluid, is much less common than the other three and only rarely occurs in nature, in extremely uninhabitable conditions. When water achieves a specific critical temperature and a specific critical pressure(647 K and 22.064 MPa), liquid and gas phase merge to one homogeneous fluid phase, with properties of both gas and liquid. One example of naturally occurring supercritical water is in the hottest parts of deep water hydrothermal vents, in which water is heated to the critical temperature by scaldingvolcanic plumes and achieves the critical pressure because of the crushing weight of the ocean at the extreme depths at which the vents are located. Additionally, anywhere there is volcanic activity below a depth of 2.25 km (1.4 miles) can be expected to have water in the supercritical phase.
In natural water (see Standard Mean Ocean Water), almost all of the hydrogen atoms are of the isotope protium, 1H. Heavy water is water in which the hydrogen is replaced by its heavier isotope, deuterium,2H. It is chemically similar to normal water, but not identical. This is because the nucleus of deuterium is twice as heavy as protium, and thus causes noticeable differences in bonding energies and hydrogen bonding. Heavy water is used in thenuclear reactor industry to moderate (slow down) neutrons. By contrast with heavy water, the term light water (i.e., ordinary water, no special isotopes) designates water containing the most common form of hydrogen, the protium isotope. For example, light water reactor emphasizes that a reactor uses the less often found light water design.
a TYPE 1,2,3 technology using WATER TECHNOLOGY
are all the relative descriptivces of a galaxy such as the Andromeda as a rational seperation of the Milky way
by the suprelative meaning that makes the most sense for a technological power in types 1,2,3 suprelatives..
The Andromeda Galaxy is a large spiral galaxy very similar to our own Galaxy, the Milky Way. Also known as M31, the Andromeda Galaxy is over 65,000 light years in diameter and approximately 2.2 million light years in distance. The two bright dwarf elliptical galaxy companions of M31 are also visible in the image: M32 sits on the right edge and M110 is in the far lower left corner. M31 is considered a nearby galaxy, and is one of the very few galaxies that is visible with the unaided eye. M31, the Milky way and the Triangulum Galaxy (also known as M33) are the three major galaxies of our corner of the Universe, a small group of galaxies known as