Asked in Science, Physics, Rain and Flooding, Magnetism
How does submersion in water affect the strength of a magnet?
I have no idea, but I do know that the electrons stop moving in one direction and this can weaken a magnet.... ...
Asked in Squid
Describe jet propulsion and control of direction in a squid?
The squid has a muscular mantle (outer covering) which, when expanded, fills with water. When these muscles contract, water is expelled through a single siphon and the squid is propelled in the opposite direction. The squid can control its direction by rotating (moving) the siphon. ...
Asked in Physics, Earth Sciences
What is the difference between a wave and a current?
wave is the oscillatory movement of water as reflected by the alternate rise and fall of the surface water while current is that part of a fluid (e.g. water or air) that is moving continuously in a definite direction so the main difference is in direction. ...
Can red shift and blue shift exist on the same object at the same time?
Yes, if the object is spinning there will be red shifts on the half moving away and blue shifts on the half moving closer. This is one way tornadoes are detected using Doppler RADAR, the water droplets on one side of the cloud are moving away (red shift) while those on the other side are moving closer (blue shift), showing that the cloud is rotating. Solid spinning objects act the same and the rotation is detectable with Doppler RADAR. ...
Asked in Health
Why can people live longer without food than without water?
Lack of fluids immediately begins to cause shifts in electrolytes that all cells, muscles, and organs need. Just a few days without fluids can cause observable negative effects. But without food, the body can turn to its reserves. There are no reserves with fluid....
Asked in Lakes and Rivers, Mapping and Cartography
How can you tell whether the streams flow out or into a lake?
If you cannot see in what direction the water itself is moving, fold a paper boat and put it in the water, and see which way it goes. ...
How do particles of water in a wave move?
The water particles move in a circular motion. If you looked at a cross section of a wave moving to your right, the particles are moving in a clockwise direction. The particles don't really move with the wave, just in a circle.Source(s): ...
What is the ability of water to hold itself due to hydrogen bonds?
Water holds itself together because it is a polar fluids, and polar fluids attach themselves to other polar fluids. ...
Asked in California
Where is 1200 miles from California?
It depends in which way you are moving. North direction will get you out of the earth. South direction will get you inside the water and may be near the earth core. West direction will get in the pacific ocean. east side will get you again inthe water of atlantic. but i wonder why do you need to go 1200 miles without a reason. ...
Asked in Geology
Explain how the addition of fluids to hot rock causes magma to form?
The lithosphere primarily comprises of volcanic rocks and sediments that contain fluids and water. These fluids contact the rocks surrounding as the lithosphere moves into the mantle in the downward direction. The rock's melting temperature decreases when the fluid begins the enter the hot rock. This melts it to form magma. ...
Asked in Pollution, Ecosystems
What is an example of energy moving through an ecosystem?
A wave moving over a reef is a good example. If you can sit on a jetty and take the visual position that the wave ie the water comprising the wave, isn't moving to any great extent, an energy wave is moving through the water away from its source. The energy is causing the water molecules to be pushed closer together in a given horizontal space. The water is limited in where it can move by the sea floor and/or the...