Generation C The 1960's, "An age of selfishness, indulgence, and self authority. America was at war with Vietnam and the traditional customs the nation had embraced for so many years prior were being to crumble. A counter culture was beginning to take rise and the youth were set out to change the ideals and values that had been established. People wanted more in life and sought out anything that would could increase their individuality. They wanted to gather with others who shared similar beliefs and ideals, they wanted ways to get their message heard nationwide, and they most importantly wanted change. Advances in technology began to increase as means to answer solve their problems. In 1962 the first cassette tape was introduced, in 1963 the video disk was created,1967 saw the first hand held calculator and by 1969, the US had ultimately stunned the world be sending the first man to the moon. America was becoming infatuated with technology and progressively becoming more reliant on it. Like every generation, new technology was consuming the masses and playing and influential role in society. The generations to follow certainly continued this trend. Generation Y, the children of the sixties baby boomers, were called the Millennia's. Like Generation X, the sixties, Generation Y was looking for new and innovative products and gadgets that would make their lives easier and more fulfilling. People who were born during this 1977-1994 period were introduced to the first videogames, walkman, and cell phones. They would ultimately pave the way for the most influential inventions to follow, and nourish the people that would who would soon depend on it the most. Generation C, the people of 1994-2004. Controlling, complex, computer, consumers and creative are just a few of the terms that can be used to describe this revolutionary generation and the people who encompass it. Those who were born during this period are the byproducts of Generation Y. Like their parents, the C-ers have experienced an accelerated development of new technology which would change their traditional culture drastically. Generation C-ers are technology savvy, digital natives, and the first generation to have always known the digital world. What was cool a couple years ago is now old news. Today it seems like every month there is a new and innovative product that is "Thinner, sleeker, faster and will change your life forever." What Generation C really embodies is being connected. The advancement of social networking websites, MP3 players, smart phones and technology as a whole have changed the we'll communicate forever. Social networking sites connect people with friends and family, their favorite musician, celebrities, religious organization, political party, clothing brands, etc. and put them at the users fingertips. They all have a similar purpose of bringing people together. Whether sifting through tweets on Twitter, scrolling down newsfeeds on Facebook, or browsing through pictures on Instagram, you, like millions of other people, are connecting with other individuals. Today, because of social networking sites like Facebook, I now know that I am only just a few mouse clicks away from family members who live thousands of miles away or a old buddy I lost touch with. It has made communication relatively effortless and instant. A study conducted by IBM reported that 70% of why people where active on social networks was to connect with family and friends (Solis). Social network sites dig deeper than just friends and family and also provide relevant news and other pop culture information. Now, Instead of spending money on a newspaper or cable subscription, a person can create a free social network account and not break the bank. 49% of consumers use social network sites strictly stay connected to the news (Solis). It is no secret that social networking sites have been around for years, but none have been able to mobilize so many young adults and
experiments are referred to as the P (for parent) generation.
This diagram shows Mendel’s first experiment with pea plants. The F1 generation results from cross-pollination of two parent (P) plants. The F2 generation results from self-pollination of F1 plants. (Image courtesy of CK-12 Foundation and under the Creative Commons license CC-BY-NC-SA 3.0.)
F1 and F2 Generations
The offspring of the P generation are called the F1 (for filial, or “offspring”) generation. As you can see from the figure above, all…
different equipments / Exchangers/ vessels of the Fertilizer complex. So. It is basically a co-generation type Thermal Captive Power Plant.
Steam Generation Plant
It has 3 Nos. of boilers producing High Pressure steam . Each boiler is designed to produce 275 t/hr of steam at 105 kg/cm2 absolute & at 510 deg C. The high pressure steam is required for steam turbine drives for Electric Power Generation , Pumps , Compressors of Process Plants & for other heat exchangers. Boilers were supplied and…
I N T R O D U C T I O N
Value your life, appreciate it and take advantage of it, in order to have a life full of satisfaction and learning.
Young people don’t value what they have even when they lose it. It is common to say "live the moment" but never think about the consequences of your actions. They think that everything has a solution or that they are mature enough to take responsibility for something they are totally incapable of doing. All of our actions have consequences, but not all the…
1. The F1 generation consists of the offspring of a
cross between two parents; the F2 generation consists
of the offspring of a cross between two individuals
in the same F1 generation.
2. A dominant factor is one that masks the effect of
another factor for the same characteristic; a recessive
factor is one whose effect is masked by another
factor for the same characteristic.
3. Self-pollination occurs between flowers on the same
plant. Cross-pollination occurs between…
The original Pokémon games were role-playing games (RPGs) with an element of strategy, and were created by Satoshi Tajiri for the Game Boy. These RPGs, and their sequels, remakes, and English language translations, are still considered the "main" Pokémon games, and the games which most fans of the series are referring to when they use the term "Pokémon games". All of the licensed Pokémon properties overseen by The Pokémon Company International are divided roughly by generation. These…
Nuts, Coffee, Diaper, Eggs, Milk
Find all the rules X à Y with
minimum support and confidence
support, s, probability that a
transaction contains X and Y
confidence, c, conditional
probability that a transaction
having X also contains Y
Let minsup = 50%, minconf = 50%
Freq. Pat.: Beer:3, Nuts:3, Diaper:4, Eggs:3,
Association rules: (many more!)
Beer à Diaper (60%, 100%)
Diaper à Beer…
Ethiopia Traditional Dances
Ethiopia has over 80 ethnic groups in the country and each group has a very unique form to perform this dances. Ethiopia's folk dance is a symbol of their mosaic culture. As years have passed by it seems the traditional dances is getting to be much popular than past. My three favorite dance are the Dance of Tigray, the Dance of Somali, and the Dance of Oromia.
The Dance of Tigray is an original dance from the southern and central parts…
based on the existence of minute particles—now called genes.
C. Mendel Worked with the Garden Pea
1. Mendel prepared his experiments carefully and conducted preliminary studies.
a. He chose the garden pea, Pisum sativum, because peas were easy to cultivate, had a short generation time, and could be cross-pollinated by hand.
b. From many varieties, Mendel chose 22 true-breeding varieties for his experiments.
c. True-breeding varieties had all offspring like the parents…
emotional functioning in a family in a single generation. Certain patterns between father, mother, and child can be seen in past generations and are likely to repeat themselves in future generations.
B. EX. In a fused relationship, where each partner looks to the other's qualities to fit his / her learned manner of relating to significant others, a pattern of reciprocity can be set in motion that pushes each spouse's role to opposite extremes.
C. Family Projection Process – Involves the…
Introduction: Evolution by Natural Selection
evolution n. the doctrine according to which higher forms of life have gradually arisen out of lower
natural selection evolution by the survival of the fittest with inheritance of their fitness by the next generation
gene, n. one of the units of DNA, arranged in linear fashion on the chromosomes, responsible for passing on specific characteristics from parents to offspring. –adj. genic of or relating to a gene. –ns. genome the full set of chromosomes of an…