Polls v. Statics | Are people polls fair and balanced?

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In a reasonable persons mind, a poll is a sample that which is taken out of a larger quantity as a fair representation of the whole; a part shown as evidence of the quality of the whole. 189 P. 2d 258, 259.

Let us compare apples to apples or people to people.  One could argue that statics are far more accurate than polling.  The human mind is mechanical. Is this where #VR is going?

Statics

PHYSICS

Staticsin physics, the subdivision of mechanics that is concerned with the forces that act on bodies at rest under equilibrium conditions. Its foundations were laid more than 2,200 years ago by the ancient Greek mathematician Archimedes and others while studying the force-amplifying properties of simple machines such as the lever and the axle. The methods and results of the science of statics have proved especially useful in designing buildings, bridges, and dams, as well as cranes and other similar mechanical devices.

To be able to calculate the dimensions of such structures and machines, architects and engineers must first determine the forces that act on their interconnected parts. Statics provides the analytical and graphical procedures needed to identify and describe these unknown forces.

Statics assumes that the bodies with which it deals are perfectly rigid. It also holds that the sum of all the forces acting on a body at rest has to be zero (i.e., the forces involved balance one another) and that there must be no tendency for the forces to turn the body about any axis.

These three conditions are independent of one another, and their expression in mathematical form comprises the equations of equilibrium. There are three equations, and so only three unknown forces can be calculated. If more than three unknown forces exist, it means that there are more components in the structure or machine than are required to support the applied loads or that there are more restraints than are needed to keep the body from moving. Such unnecessary components or restraints are termed redundant (e.g., a table with four legs has one redundant leg) and the system of forces is said to be statically indeterminate.

The number of equations available in statics is limited because of a neglect of the deformations of loaded bodies, a direct consequence of the underlying premise that any solid body under consideration is ideally rigid and immutable as to shape and size under all conditions.

 

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Q & A : What movie traumatized you as a child?

What movie traumatized you as a child?  If you do not remember the movie try searching the IMDB web site — they may list it.  Grab the listing and paste it here! right here!! in this blog.  Curious to know what movie traumatized you as a child. 

click here—>http://www.imdb.com

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TEEN MENTAL HEALTH: “I will be home for you when you need me.” Does your teen know you are there for them?

Written by RCL

As your teen ventures out into the world of work and friends, you know, from when you were a teen — you went out of the house.  Maybe for a Girlfriend, boyfriend, work or a new adventure.

Surviving a very strict home life & being a teen once, I have seen the results of a solid home life and family foundation.  I was blessed and afforded the chance to have such an upbringing, but you can still rule the roost and allow your teen the freedom to explore, respect your family foundation and without incident.

The rules were simple.

Starting from the moment you wake up, simple rules were easy to follow.  See if any of these rules apply in your family dynamics.

  1.  Make your bed, pick up any cloths from the night before, properly dispose them or  re hang or drawer them.
  2.  Look in the first mirror you see and tell yourself “it’s going to be a great day.”
  3.  Eat something. Toast, fruit or anything you can find.
  4.  Mingle with the family for as long as a half hour.
  5.  Take care of personal hygiene.
  6.  Plan your day and work your plan. Remember birthdays/holidays/family events.
  7. Be kind to others and walk around with a smile. “It is a great day.”
  8. Call a friend or close family member/check-in if you are going to be away from home for more than 24 hours. Respect that people care about you.
  9. Always try to make dinner at the family home and if other plans come up, coffee/tea moments are always a great way to catch up on the day events with the family.
  10. Evening hours are wind down hours. Clean the day off with a bath/shower and by 8 P.M., it is time to reflect the day and of course, allowing at least 1 hour on the computer to check e mail(s), “news” and then off.
  11. Number 11 is my favorite rule. Sleep, dream and more deeper reflections of a successful day. Good or bad days are the same, the only difference is some days things don’t go the way you envisioned it.

Rules are not so bad. They can help you develop your professional and emotional intelligence.

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WRITTEN TWICE FOR TWICE THE EFFECT!

As your teen ventures out into the world of work and friends, you know, from when you were a teen — you went out of the house.  Maybe for a girlfriend, boyfriend,  family, work or a new adventure.

Surviving a very strict home life, & being a teen once, I have seen the results of a solid home life and family foundation.  I was blessed and afforded the chance to have such an upbringing, but you can still rule the roost and allow your teen the freedom to explore and respect your family foundation and without incident.

The rules were simple.

Starting from the moment you wake up, simple rules were easy to follow.  See if any of these rules apply in your family dynamics.

  1.  Make your bed, pick up any cloths from the night before, properly dispose them or  re hang or draw them.
  2.  Look in the first mirror you see and tell yourself “it’s going to be a great day.”
  3.  Eat something. Toast, fruit or anything you can find.
  4.  Mingle with the family for as long as a half hour.
  5.  Take care of personal hygiene.
  6.  Plan your day and work your plan. Remember birthdays/holidays/family events.
  7. Be kind to others and walk around with a smile. “It is a great day.”
  8. Call a friend or close family member/check-in if you are going to be away from home for more than 24 hours. Respect that people care about you.
  9. Always try to make dinner at the family home and if other plans come up, coffee/tea moments are always a great way to catch up on the day events with the family.
  10. Evening hours are wind down hours. Clean the day off with a bath/shower and by 8 P.M., it is time to reflect the day and of course, allowing at least 1 hour on the computer to check e mail(s), “news” and then off.  Take the news lightly, they have no idea.
  11. Number 11 is my favorite rule. Sleep, dream and more deeper reflections of a successful day. Good or bad days are the same, the only difference is some days things don’t go the way you envisioned it.

Rules are not so bad. They can help you develop your professional and emotional intelligence.

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I would love to here your comments and yours shares of incite to help teens understand rules and family values.

“I HAD A DREAM”

“I HAD A DREAM!”I know you have heard this quote before, but this is my dream.

I did dream that evil was rising from the earth and raining down from the heavens. This evil was man. The politicians, business men, criminals, regular men and women were all attacking the rich, less fortunate and the weak.

I as myself with a special staff fought the evil without violence. Revealed my staff and taped the evil person upon the head and “POOF”.

All who were touched by my staff became infant babies. To relive their life for all they had acquired, known, achieved or hurt during their past lifetime was gone.

No memory of them on earth. The people they hurt or killed directly or indirectly, were alive and safe again.

To have never been born and to be born again.

A second chance at life.

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