What is the ring around your player in Pokemon GO mean?
You get a colorful ring around your trainer in Pokemon GO when you activate an incense. Incense are used to lure more Pokemon to your locations and wherever you are traveling to. The duration of an incense depends on what type it is and your trainer level.
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\n Halo around the moon \n. \nA ring or halo around the moon is caused by high-level ice crystals reflecting and refracting moonlight toward the ground. The color of the …halo depends on a number of environmental factors, but yellow is not atypical.\n. \nAn old bit of folklore said that the number of stars in the moon's ring would determine the number of days until it snowed next. While this could have some scientific backing, in that the halo is smaller when the ice cloud layer is thicker, it's not necessarily a reliable source of information, especially in southern latitudes. Regardless of that, the appearance of a halo around the moon means there is a very cold layer of air in the upper atmosphere.
Ring around the Rosie, A pocket full of Posies, Ashes Ashes we all fall down. Ring around the Rosie is a children's song sung with smiling, laughing and hand-holding, but d…id you know it actually has very morbid roots? In the 13th century, the Black Death (also called the Black Plague) killed so many people, many thought it was the end of the world. The nursery rhyme "Ring around the Rosie" came about during the time of the Black Death. Here are what the lyrics mean: Ring around the rosie is a reference to the black sores that would appear on your body as part of the plague. Your "rosie" is around the center of the back of your hand. A pocket full of posies is a reference to people would carrying posies (flowers) around to not smell the sickening scent of dead bodies everywhere. Ashes Ashes signifies the ashes from all the bodies being burned on pyres. Bodies couldn't be buried or else the infection would spread. We all fall down signifies death or people falling down to hell because of their harsh and cruel ways.
A "ring around the Moon" indicate that there is a layer of microscopic ice crystals high in the atmosphere. A website on Moon Light Effects (linked below) has the perfect e…xplanation: "The ring around the Moon is caused by the refraction of Moonlight (which of course is reflected sunlight) from ice crystals in the upper atmosphere. The shape of the ice crystals results in a focusing of the light into a ring. Since the ice crystals typically have the same shape, namely a hexagonal shape, the Moon ring is almost always the same size. Less typical are the halos that may be produced by different angles in the crystals. They can create halos with an angle of 46 degrees.... Folklore has it that a ring around the moon signifies bad weather is coming... The ice crystals that cover the halo signify high altitude, thin cirrus clouds that normally precede a warm front by one or two days. Typically, a warm front will be associated with a low pressure system which is commonly referred to as a storm.... It is believed that the number of stars within a moon halo indicate the number days before bad weather will arrive." See the Related Link below for more information. It means there are water droplets in the atmosphere, producing this effect.
The sight you're referring to is often a winter phenomena, and is the result of tiny ice crystals in the atmosphere. The crystals refract moonlight to give the appearance of a… ring around the moon in much the same way that raindrops refract sunlight to produce a rainbow.
Well, I know there is an episode of House (season 1) that deals with something like this. I've heard that high cholesterol can be a contributing factor to a ring, but it is u…sually found in people over 40. However, it can still occur in younger people. An ophthalmologist would know better than me, of course. :) Another factor I've heard of that could cause a ring has something to do with liver damage. Not to be the cause of alarm, but it is something worth considering if the yellow band is concentrated or if it expands. Good luck! ------------------------------------------ Found a good answer here: http://www.madsci.org/posts/archives/1999-09/938582079.Me.r.html It basically says that it is due to unequal distribution of pigment in the eye and is normal, more common in people with blue and brown eyes. Wilsons disease is the condition scripted into house, it is caused by the bodys inabilty to bind copper. The copper builds up in the liver and kidneys and damages them. copper rings are seen around the iris, not the pupil, due to their deposition. And there is no mistaking copper for yellow in these cases so dont worry :)
The Christian cross with a ring around it is taken directly from the Pagan symbol of the zodiac. In Paganism the sun is always depicted in the center of the diagram. Hence, …the ring represents the sun and the cross itself depicts the divisions of the four seasons.
That means there is a certain type of clouds in the atmosphere, which causes this phenomenon. You've seen pictures of the planet Saturn, surrounded by its system of rings, …but would you be surprised if you looked up at night to see a ring around the moon? In fact, it's sometimes possible to see just this. There's even a folk rhyme about it: When there's a ring around the moon, rain or snow is coming soon. Is there really, sometimes, a ring around the moon? An Optical Illusion Unlike Saturn, which has actual, physical rings, the ring you can sometimes see around the moon is merely an optical illusion. It's an effect of our own atmosphere that meteorologists call a "halo effect," because diffracted light rays create a halo around a bright object. How It Works Moon halos are caused by tiny ice crystals that have gathered twenty thousand feet above the ground, as thin, wispy clouds. These clouds are so thin, you might not notice them at night, if it weren't for their effect on the moonlight. Incoming light rays from the moon are bent, or diffracted, by these ice crystals at an angle of 22 degrees. This means that in addition to the direct moonlight, you will also see diffracted moonlight in a circle 22 degrees away from the moon. This is about the distance of your fist, held at arm's length. Like a rainbow, this halo can even be slightly colored; red on the inside, and blue on the outside. Yes, it can mean that rain or snow is coming soon. Those high, wispy clouds could be the forerunners of storm clouds right behind them.
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The song Ring Around the Rosie refers to the Black Plague. Here are the meaning of the lyrics..... "Ring around a rosie..."---refers to the first sign of plague, red rings su…rrounding a rosy bump all over the victims body "Pocket full of posy..."---refers to the fact that people would carry around flowers to deal with the smell of death and to keep their own local air smelling sweet. At the time it was believed that the virus was borne on "foul air". One the other hand another sign of the plaque was the foul stench that was given off from the victim's body as lymph system began filling with blood. Those who where still mobile tried to mask their stench and avoid detection by carrying flowers on them. "Ashes, Ashes..."---refers to when the victims where in the terminal phase of the disease they would be hommerhaging internally sometimes causing sneezes as it irritated the breathing passage. "Ashes" is a child's approximation of a peroxysm of sneezing. "we all fall down..."---During the Black Plague, it is estimated that, 30%-60% of Europe's population was killed In the terminal phases of the disease, victims would be hemorrhaging internally, sometimes triggering sneezing as it irritated the breathing passages. "Ashes" is a child's approximation of a paroxysm of sneezing. In this weakened state, a victim could, and often did, sneeze their lungs out. Messy... hat would begin to emanate from the victim's body as their lymph system began filling with blood. Those still mobile endeavored to mask their stench and avoid detection by carrying flowers on their person hat would begin to emanate from the victim's body as their lymph system began filling with blood. Those still mobile endeavored to mask their stench and avoid detection by carrying flowers on their person
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The 18K indicates 18 karat gold. The HGE indicates heavy gold electroplate, meaning the ring is not solid gold but gold plated. The A might indicate the manufacturer.
I have read recently that it is a scar left from being circumcised.
Ring Around The Rosy was made around the time of the black death. When you had the sickness, your flesh was rotting while you were alive. So, when you got it, you got big bump…s on your skin called rosies. There were rings of brown around the rosie. Ashes, Ashes we all fall down means they all die because of it.
In Nursery Rhymes
Ring around the rosy (a rash near your wrist, where the deadly disease starts) pocket full of poesy (poesy is a type of flower that people put into dead peoples pockets so the…y won't smell) ashes, ashes (sometimes people burn dead people into ashes as a religion) we all fall down! (that means that we all die).
In Black Death (Plagues)
Ring around the Rosie means the symptons the people would get who had 'the black death' A ring a ring rosies (they wore roses around there neck to ward of the sickness) a… pocket full of poses (a pocket full of flowers to make them smell nice because the black death smelt horrible) A tissue A tissue (they were always blowing there nose and sneezing) We all fall down (they die of the Black Death) Actually this is a myth, the lyrics don't even really describe the symptoms of plague unless that's what you REALLY want to hear. The black death was in the 14th century, this rhyme was first heard nearly 500 years later in the late 19th century. Makes for a good story but sadly it seems more likely that the lyrics are simply describing the actions of a dancing game.
In Planetary Science
Saturn has the brightest rings.
In Nursery Rhymes
---"Ring around the Rosie"--refers to a red mark, supposedly the first sign of the plague ---"A pocket full of posies"-- refers to sachets of herbs carried to ward off infecti…on ---"Ashes, ashes" --either a reference to the cremation of plague victims or to the words said in the funeral Mass..."Ashes to ashes, dust to dust." Sometimes line three is rendered as "Atischoo, atischoo"--sneezing, another sign of infection. ---"We all fall down." -- The Plague was not selective in its victims; both rich and poor, young and old, succumbed.