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Yoke

yoke

(Science: microscopy) The assembly of electromagnetic coils that are placed over the camera tube or the neck of a picture tube or a cathode-ray tube of the magnetic focusing type. The focusing coil in the yoke controls the convergence of the electron beam. The H- and V-deflection coils deflect the electron beam so that it sweeps the target or phosphor in a standard video raster. Two items of the same kind.


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The Art of Life

... mixtures. And DO get back with me, if you remember the specifics - I'm looking for exact mixtures to duplicate, observe and manipulate. I know egg yoke, oil-water mixtures do the proto-cell thing. I'll give that a try eventually, as part of my manipulations and colorations. TO: wannabeaditz, Light ...

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by robertkernodle
Wed Apr 25, 2007 7:15 pm
 
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: The Art of Life
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Origins of life

... spiritual. On top of that, wars were waged (think of the Crusades), and many people were brutally oppressed (think of the Inquisition). Under the yoke of the Church, it became very popular to hate it. A lot of people still haven't gotten over that, and Bible bashing is still a very popular passtime ...

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by Linn
Tue Apr 11, 2006 2:47 am
 
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Origins of life
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Origins of life

... spiritual. On top of that, wars were waged (think of the Crusades), and many people were brutally oppressed (think of the Inquisition). Under the yoke of the Church, it became very popular to hate it. A lot of people still haven't gotten over that, and Bible bashing is still a very popular passtime ...

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by Khaiy
Mon Apr 10, 2006 8:19 pm
 
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Origins of life
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Views: 178143


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