What goes around the world that stays in the corner?
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Can you file a lawsuit if your neighbor goes around telling other neighbors to stay away from you because you are trouble?
If the neighbor is saying untrue things about you, you have a potential claim for "defamation", and possibly other claims based on the law of the state you are in.. So, you "can" file a lawsuit but "should" you is the question you need to ask. Do you have lots of money to pay a lawyer? Have you suf…fered any provable financial harm? Does your naughty neighbor have any money that you could collect if you were lucky enough to win the lawsuit? If the answer to any one of those questions is no, then forget it. It's probably best that you prove to your other neighbors that you are not trouble by being a good neighbor to them. Let them see you as a good person and they will decide the truth for themselves. (MORE)
the sun; the world revolves around it. every ray has touched every part of the earth. The Real Answer Bad premise. Nothing on the earth stays in the same place. We are constantly rotating and revolving. Isn't it a postage stamp? like it stays on the corner of the envelope? The Awesomepa…nts Answer Mushrooms. Don't question it. They just do. (MORE)
sun * * * * * I think it is supposed to be a postage stamp - but I have never heard of one of them going round the world.
light does not pass around a corner naturally because light travels in straight lines. Light does not bend unless there is an object that will bend the light for example a mirror.
the roads are bent around the corners because we all dont have to go straight and that is why the roads are bent.
Yes, you can. Sound, which is mechanical energy, travels through air around corners. There is a "sonic shadow" cast by the structure or whatever it is that is making the corner, and the amount of sound energy that gets around the corner is lower than "not around the corner" as it were. By the fact t…hat the listener is not in a direct line with the source, not as much sound energy arrives at the ear. But you can hear things around a corner, depending on the circumstances.. It's a simple matter to conduct an experiment by standing in a recessed entry way and listening to sounds and then "sticking your head out" to sample the direct energy. (MORE)
In physics the equation (VELOCITY) = (LAMBDA) X (FREQUENCY) is used for both sound and light. Velocity is the speed of the wave (sound or light or whatever) Lambda is the wavelength (The distance it takes for a wave to make an entire cycle) and the frequency is how fast the wave vibrates. Light is s…ometimes treated as a wave like sound is, even though it is also sometimes treated as a particle called a photon. The wavelength for sound however is about half a meter, while light has a wavelength about a billion times smaller than that! That means that the sound waves reflect around corners a lot, while light doesn't very much. It still does though, and was discovered by a man named Thomas Yound in the early 1800s. You can see the wave nature of light at home: in a dark room, stick a hair in front of a laser (like $10 at the store) and turn it on. You should see a line of light and dark because light is a wave. (MORE)
Generally you can use your hands to smooth fondant, but watch your nails and watch for fingerprints. If u feel you cannot avoid this, AC Moore and other craft stores sell fondant smoothers for about eight dollars
Why don't you follow Jessica Watson? She sailed out of Sydney this week to sail solo around the world at the tender age of 16. I think she has a web site where you can see what's going on.
Just act casual, when getting mail, see if hes outside and if he is, go over and talk to him girl! It never hurts to try! If he seems like he goes outside alot, go out more often, i'm not saying run around, but lay out a towel, listen to some music and relax. Just act natural and be yourself!
Sound certainly can travel around corners. Sound can also travelthrough hard surfaces like walls and bathroom surfaces as well.
A stamp because it sits in the corner of the envelope and then it gets posted somewhere on the other side of the world!
It is a stamp because its on a letter you send them all around the world but the stamp just stay in that corner
Because there is a blockage when you try to see around it but nothing blocks sound unless there is not an opening.
Goldfish need colder water, so it's likely that the corner they're in is cooler than the rest of the tank, or they're in a spot that has a higher rater of water flow from the filter, which would also make it cooler. If the corner they're schooling in is at the low point of the tank, the cooler water… theory fits since cooler water is at the bottom. However.... If they're in a corner at the top of the tank, they might not be getting enough oxygen. Oxygen content is replenished at the water surface, and how well the surface is being agitated determines how much the fish will get. In nature, fish in ponds get oxygen when the surface is agitated by wind or rain - in a river or stream, it's the current that does it. In a fish tank, filters are designed to agitate the surface of the water, and that's also the real function of air stones. In an undergravel filter, the air stones perform 2 functions - draw waste material into the stones (which acts as the filter medium where bacteria break it down) and to break the surface tension of the water with the air bubbles. To really find out what's going on in your tank, you should have an Ammonia test kit and a Nitrate test kit, as well as a PH kit. Knowing the quality of your water is the biggest clue as to why your fish may be behaving abnormally. They don't cost much when compared with the ridiculous prices for fish charged by places these days. (MORE)
A Stamp. It stays in the corner of an envelope while it travels the world.
Check your sway bar rubbers in the front, there are 4 of them and they will cause a bumping and banging noise around corners and over bumps.
Angelfish are naturally timid when you first buy them. they mayalso be stressed or shocked due to water temperature change, or newsurrounding. This is normal
depends on the flying altitude, and latitude. The answer is not as straightforward as the question. To stay in sunlight, an object needs to fly west at a speed equal to the Earth's rotation. At the equator, this speed equals [40705.02km / 86400 sec/day] = 471.1 meters/sec or approximately 1.4 times… the speed of sound. At the poles, one can hypothetically sit in a chair and stay in sunlight for days. The speed required in between these extremes varies with the sine of the latitude. At around 47 degrees North and south latitude, one can stay in daylight at less than the speed of sound. (MORE)
You would use "around" in this situation, as it implies a direction and not a shape. "He went AROUND the corner.". However, in some situations, you may round a corner. For example, a baserunner in baseball passing by third base and heading for home plate can be said to round the corner towards hom…e, in reference to the path in which the runner takes around the basepath. Rather than running a straight line to third base and then a straight line to home plate, the runner takes the corner at full speed and thus, ROUNDS the corner in an arced path. (MORE)
there are various websites to keep in touch with people over-seas. including- www.facebook.com www.bebo.com www.hotmail.com have fun !
Karma. Whatever you let out into the world, be it good or bad, will return to you. In Wiccan belief, there is the Threefold Law, which states that everything you do will be returned to you in threefold.
yes an acceleration is a change in speed and when you go around a corner you change your speed.
Velocity is a vector, meaning that along with the measurement of speed in meters/second, it also needs a direction. If a car was driving North at 10ms -1 that would be its velocity at that point. The car then turns left so it's travelling west at 10ms -1 . The car's velocity has changed, therefore …there must have been some acceleration for the car's velocity to have changed. That acceleration is always towards the middle of the circle that it is turning (MORE)
Bettas are by nature very quiet, slow moving, fish and the usual place for one to be in an aquarium, is tucked away in a corner quietly minding its own business.
This could be a couple of things: Iron Deficiency Yeast Infection (yes it can happen near and around your mouth, also candida can infect your saliva) bacterial infection severe eczema wet rot (do you slobber a lot in your sleep? this is probably the cause) I would recommend going to your dentist …asap, unless the cracking appears elsewhere on your body too. He will probably prescribe a topical ointment to put on it. (MORE)
My hamster doesn't but they do that because maybe it is warm there or maybe they are scared.
I suggest you play in the bathtub. Sound moves in the same way that waves move on the surface of the water. You will SEE how sound goes round corners.
behind own goal line courtesy of a kick or touch by a team mate, a free kick from the corner would be awarded to the other side, that free kick is called the corner kick
no the car must use its brakes to slow down when it goes around a corner
Sound waves have a longer wavelength which allows them to bend around corners more than light waves.
Yes and no. Light can be bent by Gravity, but going around a corner would require an unusually strong gravity source. Besides, even if you had such a source, such as a black hole, the "bend" would be elliptical outside of the event horizon, not "around a corner", as the question seems to imply.
Using a mirror or any form of TIR yes you can, but unfortunately the human eye cannot see around corners.
You're probably thinking of one of two weapons systems. The first is a curved barrel attachment which was fitted to the German StG43/MP44 during WWII. Its success is questionable at best. The second is the Corner Shot, manufactured in Israel. It is an apparatus into which a firearm is fitted (usua…lly a pistol, but they do manufacture models which accommodate rifles). (MORE)
a stamp because on a envelope the stamp is in one of the corners and the mail goes around the world so that people can read their mail
a post stamp :) it goes around with the mail but stays in the corner of the envelope.
During WW II there were a few weapons made to do that- with VERY limited success. You are probably speaking of the CornerShot that was recently developed in Israel.
Something called diffraction. Basically the sound waves change direction and go around the obstacle. Look up Huygens principle if you are interested.
hI, I think the correct prhase is:- WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND I have understood it to mean that when you do something it will probably come back again and may even come back and bite you.that which a man sows shall he also reap
This popular phrase is a very vague, poetic way of saying that actions have consequences.
Gold, contrary to popular belief, is not an investment - it is a speculation. When the economy is limping, gold prices rise. When the economy is strong, gold prices fall. If the economy eventually recovers slowly but surely, gold will slowly but surely drop in price. If the economy should suddenly b…egin to recover strongly and rapidly, gold prices will fall through the floor. (MORE)
1. To see what is, not what appears to be. 2. To possess clairvoyance or clairvoyant abilities. 3. To see what is coming, ie the future or what is 'just around the corner'
The riddle is most usually asked as, "What goes around the worldbut stays in a corner?" The answer is a postage stamp.
Mail: It can bounce if the id of the recipient is wrong, and can be stopped by a firewall.
yes ther is bt i cnt give you the actual latitude the latitude is just present below south america through(drake passage)
It depends entirely on your latitude. At the equator you would have to be traveling a little faster than one thousand miles an hour to keep the same position relative to the earth and sun. The closer you get to the poles, the slower you will have to travel.
The riddle that asks what sits in a corner while traveling all around the world is about a postage stamp. You see, a postage stamp is placed on the corner of an envelope and can be sent all around the world.
Could be loose or damaged wire connections. I find that when something odd happens to a vehicle, I look carefully around where it was last worked on.
That's generally written as "What goes around the world and staysin a corner?" The answer is a stamp.
Around the Corner - 1930 was released on: USA: 25 April 1930 UK: 12 June 1930 (London) (press screening) UK: 22 December 1930