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When anything sufficiently heavy presses down on a raised trigger (or plate), it sets off a chemical or electrical trigger, and the buried explosive detonates. Some mines explode when the trigger is depressed, while others explode when the weight is removed again. The term "mine" comes from when miners would tunnel beneath fixed enemy positions and set off large quantities of explosives under them.
It travels fast, in a straight line. It it released by some chemical reactions, not just fire, like in a lightning bugs tail. It is absorbed by some things and reflected by others. Reflection is how we see the moon.
That is what makes the thermostat works, the two different metals expand and contract with the temperature and trigger the heat or air
The wonder and awe of observing that particular phenomenon has so far eluded me, but I can still state with some assurance that if a rubber band indeed sinks, then its density must be greater than the density of the fluid into which it has been placed.
Nuclei undergo radioactive decay in order to release some of the "stress" in the atom. At a certain point, the nucleus of an atom gets too large to sustain all of those protons and neutrons. When the "stress" is relieved, a phenomenon called radioactive decay occurs.
Sensory stimuli are items or occasions that trigger some sort of response by the senses. Examples include lights, sounds and smells.
What are some of the stimuli that sloths have?
On some guns you can change out the trigger springs, others you may have to buy a new trigger or trigger assembly.
some mammals run or hide away
Some synonyms for the word phenomenon would be: anomaly, miracle, paradox, curiosity.
perceptual defence: A term used to refer to the fact that the perception of some stimuli requires a longer exposure than perception of other stimuli. In other words, the thresholds for recognition of certain stimuli are higher than the thresholds of recognition for other stimuli. perceptual defence: Refers to motivational factors that inhibit perception of potentially threatening stimuli. Research in the 1950s gathered evidence for the effects of motivation on perception of subliminal stimuli
water or food levels
chemicals, light, temperature
Yes, alcohol can be a potent Migraine trigger for some patient.
Rainbows are a phenomenon caused by sunlight refracting through raindrops. Unexplained aerial phenomenon have been dismissed by some people as UFO hoaxes.
You respond to what effects you. For example, if you have allergies for dust you might start sneezing or have a running nose and take you medicine. Stimuli is like a cause and effect but it happens in your enviroment. Think of some examples that might affect you.
No, it doesn't. This is one of the reasons scientists classify viruses as not living.