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Dr. Tremper Longman III (B.A. Ohio Wesleyan University; M.Div. Westminster Theological Seminary; M.Phil. and Ph.D. Yale University) is the Distinguished Scholarof Biblical Studies at Westmont College. He has written over 30 books including commentaries on Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Daniel, and Nahum. His most recent book (with the psychologist Dan Allender) is God Loves Sex: An Honest Conversation about Sexual Desire and Holiness. His books have been translated into seventeen different languages. In addition, as a Hebrew scholar, he is one of the main translators of the popular New Living Translation of the Bible and has served as a consultant on other popular translations of the Bible including the Message, the New Century Version, the Holman Standard Bible, and the Common Bible. He has also edited and contributed to a number of Study Bibles and Bible Dictionaries, most recently the Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionary (2013). In press at the moment are How to Read Job (with John Walton; IVP) and Genesis (Story of God Bible Commentary; Zondervan). In the area of science and faith, he has published (with physicist Richard F. Carlson) Science, Creation and the Bible: Reconciling Rival Theories of Origins and contributed to Reading Genesis 1-2: An Evangelical Conversation. He also serves as a mentor in the “Science for Seminaries” initiative of the AAAS. Tremper and Alice have three sons (Tremper IV, Timothy, Andrew) and two granddaughters (Gabrielle and Mia). For exercise, he enjoys playing squash.

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Generating new information is not a problem for evolution.

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The ground-state physics of strongly interacting bosonic particles on a hexagonal two-leg ladder geometry is studied with a single-component Haldane model, where an unconventional vortex-lattice phase is found to emerge even for hard-core interactions.

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A recipe to construct bound entangled states, i.e., entangled in a way that cannot be distilled, is presented. Contrary to known previous examples, the proposed method leads to states with a simpler structure, considered as generalizations of the well-known states, which may, therefore, be more attractive for experimental investigations.

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This online virtual oscilloscope allows you to visualise live sound input and get to grips with how to adjust the display. If you find this useful, our air jordan 9 cool grey 2012
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An oscilloscope is a useful tool for anyone working with electrical signals because it provides a visual representation of the signal's shape, or waveform. This allows you to measure properties of the wave, such as amplitude or frequency.

The initial signal above is a 200Hz sine wave, which has an amplitude of 5 volts. The frequency of this wave can be adjusted by using the "Input Wave Frequency" slider. (You can also choose to display a square wave.)

If you are browsing using the latest version of Google Chrome, the input dropdown box allows you to select "live input". This will take data from any microphone connected to your computer and display the live audio data. (Different microphones send different voltages to the computer, so for consistency we have normalised the input so the raw input signal will always be limited to somewhere between -5 and +5 volts.)

Since waveforms come in a wide variety of shapes, amplitudes and frequencies, oscilloscopes need to have a number of controls to adjust the display of the waveform so it can comfortably fit inside the viewport.

Freeze live input This tickbox freezes the input allowing you to effectively take a snapshot of what is displayed on the oscilloscope at a given instant in time. This is especially useful because you can still adjust the time base and volts per division setting. Try whistling and freezing the input. Adjust the timebase to a convenient scale allows you to calculate the frequency of your whistle by counting the period of one complete waveform.

Oscilloscope gain This is a number that the incoming signal is multiplied by. A gain of 1 will have no effect, a gain of less than 1 will make the signal smaller and a gain of more than 1 will make it larger.

seconds / div This control allows you to adjust the length of time that each square of the grid represents. When the oscilloscope is first loaded, this setting is set at 1ms, and shows one complete waveform over 4 squares. This means that the period of the wave is 4ms, or 0.004s, giving a frequency of (1/0.004) = 250Hz. If you change the timebase to 500µs (half of what it started at), you should see the waveform now takes 8 squares to complete one full oscillation. The period (and hence the frequency) remain constant because 8 times 500µs still equals 0.004s.

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