Using alt text is super important. Please continue to use it. It really makes a world of difference!!! I love how mastodon is very inclusive with all type of disabilities and everyone here is so kind. I have not seen any other social media use this much alt text. I just want to give a gentle reminder and a huge thank you!!!! :)
Hey everyone my name is Violet I’m a 21 year old trans girl on the autism spectrum and I want to come on here and introduce myself and say hi. I’m visually impaired and some of my interests are watching Netflix science as well as physics and chemistry. I also love fashion and clothes. I hope everyone is having a good day or night. #introduction’s
Hey everyone Its Tuesday :) its a little busy at work today so its good to finally be on break. I had one of those mornings where everything was kind of rushed and going way to fast. I hope your all having a good day/Night. Please be kind to each other we need more kindness in the world. Today we are going to talk about quantum entanglement.
Quantum entanglement is a famous quantum phenomenon in which the quantum states of two or more objects have a connection among them, even though the individual objects may be spatially separated.
For example, it is
possible to prepare two particles in a single quantum state such that when one is observed to be in the spin-up state, the other one will always be in the spin-down state. In this way, if we perform measurements on one of the partners of the entangled pair, the results about the other partner will be known automatically.
I hope your having a awesome marvellous Monday!!! :) You deserve joy and smiles. here is some #MondayMotivation. Self-love is not about thinking you're perfect. It's about knowing that you're good enough even if you aren't perfect.
Good morning everyone Its Monday and I was surprisingly prepared for the waking up and getting my day started routine that happens on Mondays. I have my nice warm energizing Coffee and I'm just on my computer just catching up on whats going on in the world :) I'm not sure how work will be but you never can tell on Mondays. I am just ready for it. I don't have that dread and anxiety of Mondays. Please know that your loved and if any of you are having a tough Monday I'm sending you hugs. Today we will be talking about the Pauli exclusion principle.
The Pauli exclusion principle, also known as the Pauli affect, is a fundamental principle in quantum mechanics that states that no two identical fermions (particles with half-integer spin) can occupy the same quantum state simultaneously. This principle was proposed by physicist Wolfgang Pauli in 1925 and has been confirmed experimentally. It has important consequences for the behavior of particles in atoms and molecules, and is a key concept in the study of quantum mechanics. The Pauli exclusion principle is one of the fundamental principles of modern physics, along with the principles of relativity and quantum mechanics.
Hey everyone :) I hope your having a awesome and peaceful Sunday :) my weekend is going very well I’m gonna get some cleaning done then off to get groceries and read and relax for the rest of the day!!! Please know that your loved and always remember to take care of yourself and never give up on your dreams!!! :) Today we will be talking about electromagnetic fields!!! :)
Electromagnetic fields are created by the movement of electrically charged particles, such as the flow of electrons in a wire. When a current flows through a wire, it creates a magnetic field around the wire. This field is created by the alignment of the spin, of the electrons in the wire. The direction of the magnetic field is determined by the right-hand rule, which states that if the thumb of the right hand points in the direction of the current, the fingers will curl in the direction of the magnetic field. The strength of the magnetic field is determined by the magnitude of the current and the distance from the wire. An magnetic field can also be created by placing a magnet near a conductor, such as a wire, which will induce a current in the conductor and create a magnetic field around it.
Electromagnetic fields have many applications in various fields, including electrical engineering, medicine, and telecommunications. Some examples of applications of electromagnetic fields include: Generating electricity in power plants.
Transmitting information through radio waves, microwaves, and other electromagnetic signals.
Studying the behavior of particles and atoms in scientific research.
Diagnosing and treating medical conditions with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and other medical technologies.
Operating remote control devices, such as TV remote controls and garage door openers.
Hey everyone :) I hope your all having a good and awesome Saturday!! I had a great rest but now its time to get up and start the day with some much needed coffee!!! I can't believe that the year will be ending soon its December 3 already and soon enough New Year's Eve will be upon us!!! I hope your staying safe and warm out there. Please know that your loved always. We have reached the 100th element in the periodic table so that's exciting!!!! Fermium is a synthetic, radioactive element with the atomic number 100. It was discovered in 1952 by a team of scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California, who named it after Enrico Fermi, the Italian physicist who was instrumental in the development of nuclear energy.
It is a member of the actinide series of elements, which are heavy, metallic and highly radioactive. It is one of the heaviest elements that can be produced in significant quantities and is extremely unstable, with a half-life of only a few days. Fermium is highly toxic and must be handled with extreme care, as it emits dangerous levels of radiation. It is stored in a special container and handled with gloves and protective clothing.
Your girl is just relaxing and reading on this Amazing Friday!!! Here is a #RandomFact that I found out recently. I love learning about awesome things!!! Tempered glass is created by heating a piece of glass to a high temperature and then rapidly cooling it. This process, known as tempering, creates a surface layer of compression on the glass, which makes it stronger and more resistant to damage. The process of tempering glass involves heating the glass to a temperature of about 600-700 degrees Celsius, and then rapidly cooling it by blowing cold air on the surface of the glass. This rapid cooling creates a surface layer of compression on the glass, and a surface layer of tension on the opposite side. The resulting glass is much stronger and more durable than regular glass, and is less likely to shatter or break when subjected to impact or pressure.
Vendors who respond to an #accessibility bug report with "We've added it to our list and prioritize by how many people are interested in the feature" are ableist. Access is a right, not a desired doodad. Especially when it's a small fix to generated HTML.
Good morning Its Friday!!!! The weekend will be here in a few short hours its not busy at work today so I'm loving the quiet and background sound of the ventilation system and people calmly and quietly talking. Please be kind to each other and check in with people you haven't talked to in a while or just someone random at work or school. You could really make their day. We Continue on with the elements of the Awesome periodic table. Einsteinium (Es) is a silvery-white colored radioactive metal that has the atomic number 99 in the periodic table. It is an Actinoid Metal. Einsteinium is a paramagnetic metal and is highly radioactive. It glows visibly and releases a lot of heat during decay. Einsteinium was discovered as a component in the debir of the first hydrogen bomb in 1952and named after Albert Einstein. Einsteinium is a synthetic element created in laboratories and does not exist naturally as an element. It was identified by Albert Ghiorso in the fallout of the Ivy Mike nuclear weapon testing in the pacific ocean. The discovery of Einsteinium was kept a secret until 1955 due to the cold war and tension with the USSR. Einsteinium has no uses outside of nuclear research. It is a solid metal at room temperature.
Today was a very busy and noisy day so I'm just gonna relax for tonight and dive into my huge unfinished reading cue. Will this girl get through the unfinished collection in time for the closing of the year? Nope not even slightly. :) Fun fact about Violet: she is forever reading and her book library is forever expanding. If you take away her phone that has all her books and science notes in it, you will deal with a very angry girl. :) We now return you to your scheduled programming.
Hey everyone!! :) Its Thursday the weekend will be here very soon!!! I hope your all having a good Day/Night Please don’t forget to stay warm and drink water and take your meds. Your so very much worth it and you deserve all the best things I hope you have lots of good luck in everything you do because you truly deserve it!! Today we will be talking about Newton’s third law of motion.
Newton's Third Law
Newton's third law of motion is one of the three fundamental laws of motion that laid the foundation for basic physics. As per this law, for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. This means that whenever an interaction occurs between two objects, the force experienced by the first object due to the second is equal in magnitude and opposite in direction to the force that is experienced by the second object due to the first one. In other words, forces always come in pairs of equal and opposite actions and reactions.
I hope your all having a sparkly shiny Wednesday :) You deserve all the best things in the world and your loved and so very much worth it. You are a star never stop shining!!! take care of yourself so you can glow brighter!!! #WonderfulWednesday
Hey everyone :) Its Wednesday the midpoint of the week is here and the weekend will be here in a few more days!!! Please be kind to each other and know that your loved and valued. :)
Uranium (U) is a silvery-white colored radioactive metal that has the atomic number 92 in the periodic table. Uranium was discovered in 1789 by Martin Heinrich Klaproth. He was studying the mineral pitchblende and upon mixing with nitric acid and potash discovered a yellow precipitate. He named it Uranium, after the planet Uranus. It was not until 1841 that Eugene-Melchior Peligot isolated uranium metal. Uranium oxides have been used for many years as pigments due to their intense yellow colour. Uranium is a highly reactive and radioactive metal and is very popular in thermonuclear reactors due to its ability to undergo nuclear decay and release heat energy. It is also used in nuclear weapons. Uranium occurs in the earths crust as an ore and is not free elementally. Whilst uranium is dangerous it emits alpha particles which cannot penetrate skin, however it is still highly toxic and easily ignites as a powder. It is a solid metal at room temperature.
I hope your all having a awesome terrific Tuesday!! :) here is some kind words for #GivingTuesday your all loved and so needed in this world. Each of you matters and I hope you get lots of brightness and good luck.
Good morning awesome people!!! :) I hope your having a good day/Night. This morning is going very smoothly I got up for work on time and everything at work is going really well so far :) Please check up on the people that matter to you or even someone random you haven't talked to before. You could make their day. :) Its always important to be kind. Today we return to the periodic table of the elements!! :) Californium (Cf) is a silvery-white colored radioactive metal that has the atomic number 98 in the periodic table. It is an Actinoid Metal. Californium was first produced in 1950 by Stanley Thompson, Glenn Seaborg, Kenneth Street and Albert Ghirorso working at UC Berkeley. To produce californium a sample of curium was bombarded by alpha particles creating californium and a neutron. The new element was named after the state of its discovery, California. Californium is found often in mineral mining and medical treatments. Californium has a. number of applications as it is a strong neutron emitter. It is a. useful neutron producer in nuclear reactions. it is also used in the treatment of cancers and analysers of coal. Californium was used in Russia to produce Oganesson in 2006, element 118. It is a solid metal at room temperature.
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