Monday, January 20, 2020

Personal Health Plan :: essays research papers

Personal Health Plan   Ã‚  Ã‚  Ã‚  Ã‚  Longs Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park is one of many fourteen thousand-foot peaks in Colorado. This mountain is world known for its alpine climbing and technical rock climbing. My goal is to some day climb what is referred to as the Diamond. This route is 1500 feet straight up, and can take two days to climb. Physical conditioning as well as mental and spiritual condition is a big part of the climb.   Ã‚  Ã‚  Ã‚  Ã‚  Physically I would need to hike to the base of the rock face, which is sixteen miles of up hill, and then proceed with the climb stopping at nightfall and sleeping on a ledge called Broadway. This is all done carrying a pack that weighs forty to fifty pounds. When the climb begins there is no protection except what my partner and I could carry in. Carefully placing each cam and proceeding to the top. This is an extreme mental game, because if my partner or I fall the only link between surviving and falling to the ground is a rope and the piece of protection placed. Spiritually, I have to be in touch with myself and know that what ever happens, it happens for a reason. Luck does not play a big part of climbing, skill and psychological abilities are the biggest assets on the rock.   Ã‚  Ã‚  Ã‚  Ã‚  To start a health plan I feel there needs to be a goal. I have established this and now a date to start. First I need to stop smoking and start an exercise program that fits into my busy life style. In the following paragraphs I will attempt to show how I would train for the adventure I have chosen.   Ã‚  Ã‚  Ã‚  Ã‚  January 1, 2002 is the date to stop smoking, no more cigarettes. A work out plan and diet will be implemented along with climbing indoors at a rock gym throughout the winter months, then rock climbing outdoors when the weather is better. These will all work my physical as well as my mental health for the climb about to be attempted.   Ã‚  Ã‚  Ã‚  Ã‚  I will visit the fitness gym two times a week, and the rock gym once a week during the winter months. The fitness gym on Tuesday nights will include first walking or running on a treadmill for three to five miles, (depending on walking or running) this should take twenty minutes. The body does not start to burn fat until twenty minutes of either running or walking.

Sunday, January 12, 2020

Jane Austen: Emma

â€Å"I am going to take a heroine whom no one but myself will much like† How does this comment by Jane Austen fit with your reading of her presentation of Emma? Today, we can interpret this remark as the recognition of a problem that was to be successfully overcome, instead of looking at it as an accurate prediction. Readers like the author's niece, Fanny Knight, who could â€Å"not bear Emma herself† have been in the minority. Most readers, myself included, have liked Emma Woodhouse and the novel that bears her name. It is an intricate, complex and perfectly achieved work that takes an apparently trivial matter – â€Å"3 or 4 Families in a Country Village†, in Austen's famous phrase – and makes it captivating, involved and rich with meaning. During this essay I intend to outline what Jane Austen means by â€Å"heroine†, and explain how Emma fits this title. I shall explore why Austen feels her character will not be liked, and yet what defies these intentions and regardless encourages the generally felt affection towards Emma. Jane Austen nurtures many issues during her novel, I need to examine them, and decide on their relevance to the characters position. Jane Austen's use of ‘heroine' in her comment outlines who the chief character of the story is, in this book we immediately discover its Emma Woodhouse. The book is justly named Emma, as the whole thing is Emma. There is only one short scene where Emma herself is not on stage; and that one scene is Knightley's conversation about her with Mrs Weston, proving she has a very dominant role. As readers we would usually expect the heroine of the story to be the most courageous, clever or perhaps even the most blasphemous. They usually have an attribute that sets them apart from everyone else. In this book though, Emma is mainly a figure of fun. We see the gradual humiliation of self-conceit through a long succession of disasters – serious in effect, but written comically throughout. The disasters occur through Emma's absurdities, her snobberies, her intrinsic honesty and her misdirected mischievous conduct. The reader feels affection for the character not because of her charms , but in defiance of her defects as she develops this rogue image. Her features allow her to take rank not with the ‘sympathetic' heroines, but as the culminating figure of English high comedy. The word ‘heroine' can also be used to describe someone much admired for their bravery. In my view, this ironically can also be applied to interpret Jane Austen's comment, and even Emma herself. Perhaps she doesn't demonstrate bravery of a courageous format, but she does show brave recognition of her faults, which could be employed to give her the title of a ‘heroine' in her own way. Jane Austen creates a wonderfully flawed heroine. Had Emma been perfect, her situation would have been of no interest to anyone; her flaws are what interest both reader and critic. The basic movement of Emma is from delusion to self-recognition, from illusion to reality. In the beginning she is loveable enough, but has much to learn. It takes supreme courage on Austen's behalf to portray a girl, meant to win and keep the reader's fancy, with the characteristics frankly ascribed to Emma Woodhouse. During the time period of both Austen and Emma the world was a male-dominated place, to centre the attention of the story on a woman was a daring move, but Jane Austen wanted to do something different. The narration opens by telling us all about the privileged heroine, â€Å"handsome rich and clever,† personally giving me the image of an insufferable young lady.We are allowed to know that she is pretty; not formally, but casually, from the words of a partial friend; â€Å"Such an eye! – the true hazel eye – and so brilliant! – regular features, open countenance, with a complexion – ah, what a bloom of full health and such a pretty height and size; such a firm and upright figure.† But, before we are allowed to see her personal beauty, we are made to see some of the destined troubl ing qualities. In her wish to be useful she is patronizing and a little conceited; her self-sufficiency early appears along with the irony of her willingness to have a hand in the future of others, despite having little knowledge or experience of her own to do it judiciously. Jane Austen's ironic voice throughout the book provides humour and logical thinking. Irony is defined as an absurd contradiction or paradox, a form of humour where someone says the opposite of what is obviously true. The ironic actions of Emma Woodhouse show one of her faults, for example her ‘matchmaking'. â€Å"It was foolish, it was wrong to take so active a part in bringing any two people together. It was adventuring too far, assuming too much, making light of what ought to be serious, a trick of what ought to be simple. She was quite concerned and ashamed, and resolved to do such things no more.† There is a special element of irony in this statement. Even as Austen has Emma relinquish the strategies of matchmaking, Austen condemns her heroine to continue thinking social relationships over and over again, repeating her misreading of sexual relations throughout the book. This is to emphasis the dislike we should be feeling towards Emma. Her complacent manner should evoke a feeling of frustration, instead, in my opinion, we see the funny side, predicting the outcome of Emma's actions, and knowing it's destined to go disastrously wrong. Emma's exclusive attention to marriage plots of her own devising is consistent with her inability to enter into a relation of equality with other women. Her obsession with arranging marriages distorts the relationship with her good friend Harriet Smith, and blinds her from other relational possibilities. The connection with Mrs Weston was never based on equality, she is grateful to her governess/friend for her guidance and education, the relationship is lacking in true parity. The great attraction of Harriet, beyond her blonde beauty and easily swayed temper, was that â€Å"everything† could be done for her. Emma's failure to bond with Jane Fairfax (her exact equal in age, abilities and sense) could also to a certain extent be due to her preoccupation with the marriage plot. Friendship between women is necessarily difficult in this period where the aim is to accomplish a husband. Rivalry for a husband of authority and worthiness is visible. Mrs Elton's marriage puts her into competition with all other women in her society and gives her precedence even over Emma Woodhouse; this makes her liable to judgement: â€Å"She did not really like her. She would not be in a hurry to find fault, but she suspected that there was no elegance; – ease, but not elegance. – She was almost sure that for a young woman, a stranger, a bride, there was too much ease. Her person was rather good; her face not unpretty; but neither feature, nor air, nor voice, nor manner, were elegant. Emma thought at least it would turn out so.† Emma values herself highly enough to make many judgements during the book, another flaw, as usually they are incorrect, and only get Emma into more difficulty. Her judgements are formed on the bases of social status and backhand gossip, instead of individual qualities and personality. It emphasises her pretentiousness and a lack of understanding. The limitation and narrowness of the Highbury world shows the limitation of class society. The class divisions are apparent throughout, and highly relevant to the attitude and treatment one will receive. Different ranks are distinguished by degrees of prestige, and one is judged to be worthy or not from the possessions they own. A real example of Emma's incorrect and unjustified assessment of a person is of Robert Martin. Her cutting remarks show qualities of vanity, ignorance and meanness; â€Å"He is plain, undoubtedly – remarkably plain: – but that is nothing compared with his entire want of gentility. I had no right to expect much; but I had no idea that he could be so very clownish, so totally without air. I had imagined him, I confess, a degree or two nearer gentility† As far as Emma is concerned the class is wrong for her young friend, nothing else needs to come into consideration, he is already not good enough. Her attitude is patronising, and should make us think poorly of her, but instead we tolerate her interfering, and enjoy the product of it. Her abusing of Miss Bates with her cruel remark reveals a different side to the Emma, undoubtedly a nastier side. Yet Emma's rudeness strangely expresses energy and excitement. The unexpected outburst causes the reader to wake up and take note. We don't hate her for her comment; instead we share her guilt, and secretly admire her for this more mischievous person. Emma Woodhouse indisputably casts a real attraction over most of her readers, but how and why? The plot of the book has been described by some as â€Å"uneventful† and â€Å"nothing profound†. One critic stated, â€Å"there is no story whatever, and the heroine is no better than other people; but the characters are all so true to life, and the style so piquant, that it does not require the adventitious aids of mystery and adventure† Despite these comments, to look at Emma's strengths is firstly a way of understanding her desirability. She is a very loving character, exposed through her faithfulness and kindness towards her father, and the attention she gives to the poor. She has a love of children, which becomes clear with the intense adoration shown towards her nieces and nephews, qualities that only strengthen her appeal. Interestingly enough, Emma could also be seen as a role model for women readers. She stubbornly demonstrates a resistant figure to the woman stereotype of the time, unusually showing a more masculine behaviour, or as we may see it, a more modern behaviour. Her squabbles and quick-witted retorts towards Mr Knightly show her intelligence, but also her unconcerned approach towards playing the typical 18th century woman; Mr Knightley: I leave you to your own reactions Emma: Can you trust me with such flatters? Her constant strength and vitality are alluring, and bring energy to the book. Emma's an imaginist â€Å"on fire with speculation and foresight†, giving her a playful, fun appearance, another beneficial quality. Lastly, Emma is bright girl, meaning we don't question her intelligence when things go wrong, just her naivety. She was never deceived about her sexual feelings during the book, and never deceived herself into feeling emotions that weren't there like Harriet seemed to. This emphasised her maturity, and made me, as the reader, value her actions and opinions more then, for example, Harriet's. In the book Emma seems to get everything and everyone wrong, yet her vulnerability is strangely attractive, and is one reason for my approval of her. The much irony directed at her is setting her up to be judged, irony in itself, as she is usually the one doing the judging. What she often thinks of other people is commonly true for her, and therefore classes her on the same level as everyone else. She is the heroine of the book, and proves so with conviction and success. However, to be a disliked heroine is mistaken. Because the book is told from her view constantly, allowing us to understand the character, and sympathise with her wrongdoings instead of judging her for them. Despite foreseeing when something is going to go wrong, we assume it will all turn out okay in the end, and predict there can only be a happy conclusion. Her officiousness and capacity for deluding herself only bulk out the story to make it more exhilarating, while also making Emma a fully rounded character, one which most readers cannot deny, like very much indeed.

Saturday, January 4, 2020

Essay on Animal Abuse In Todays World - 1528 Words

Rabbits immobilized in wooden stocks with ulcers in their eyes, baby seals being clubbed over the head, and the infamous shock treatment. Surely you have all witnessed footage of one or all of the aforementioned practices and were appalled by the cruelty. Appalled yes, willing to stand up and voice your thoughts... not often. There is one significant reason for this unwillingness by most to stand up for the rights of our fellow inhabitants of this planet, personal convenience. nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;We are systematically cutting down the last forest that provides their shelter to farm cattle; we dump toxic chemicals and sewage into the waters in which they live; we wear the tusks of the last few of their species on our arms, and†¦show more content†¦It is important to note that, during this test, anesthesia is rarely used. Reactions include inflammation, ulceration, rupture of the eyeball, corrosion and bleeding. Some of these studies continue for weeks, and all the while no measures are made to reduce suffering or treat the rabbits. Survival, however, will only lead to an entirely new set of tests, such as the LD50. Lethal Dose 50 refers to the lethal dose that is required to kill 50% of all animals in a test group of 40-200. Animals are force fed substances through a stomach tube, forced to inhale a substance, or have the substance applied to their rectum or vagina. These tests continue until half of the test animals die. During these tests an imals will often endure excruciating pain, convulsions, loss of motor function, seizures, vomiting, paralysis and bleeding from every open orifice in the body. Any animals who somehow manage to survive these particular tests are subsequently destroyed. There is also a Lethal Dose 100 test that determines the amount of a test substance required to kill 100% of the test animals. 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Thursday, December 26, 2019

The And Of The Structure Of Dna - 3909 Words

Abstract In 1979 Nobel prize laureate and the co-discoverer of the structure of DNA called for a precise method to gain control over specific classes of neurones â€Å"leaving the others more of less unaltered† which will allow us to understand more about the â€Å"profoundly mysterious brain.† This was the first articulated idea of optogenetics, which would lead to the development of one of the most exciting areas of neuroscience. In 2005 Karl Desseroth and Ed Boyden publishes a paper detailing a single optogenetic system a revolutionary paper, using channel rhodopsin Optogenetics, as shown by the name, is a mixture of optics and neuroscience, which combines the precision of light with specific of genetic targeting. It allows genetic control of†¦show more content†¦In the following years scientists were able to target specific cells such as temperature and chemicals (alexander et all 2009), however the precision of light is unmatched. In addition light gives millisecon d precision which is very important in optogenetics because of the fast pace of processes in the brain such as synaptic currents and to allow the addation or deletion of precise activity patterns The underlying theory of optogenetics is introducing a light sensitive protein to a specific cell type, then activating the cell with light and observing any changes in function or cellular behavior. The underling theory of optogenetics is introducing a light sensitive protein to a specific cell type, then using light then activate the cell and then observing cellular behavior. Opsins It was discovered that a protein that caused algae/9chalmidiponis to swim to light is a light sensitive channel (method of the year 2010), blue light causes positive ions enter the cell In 1971 Oeseterhelt and stoeckenius identified bacteriorhodoposin hich is an opsin, a light activated ion pump. Further research in this area lead to the identification of more members of the opsin family.Bacteriorhodopsin was the first identified opsin. An opsin actually refers to the gene and the protein product which have been recently adapted to control cellular

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Influence Of The Classical World Upon Dante s The Inferno

The Influence of the Classical World Upon Dante’s The Inferno Dante Alighieri, an Italian poet and writer of the 13th century, creates a fictional account of his visions of his journey through Hell. His background as a Catholic influences his life and his writings, including The Inferno. He uses the historical and political events of his lifetime to influence his writings as well. Dante is educated and very familiar with the history and literature of the classical world. In The Inferno, he expresses his admiration for Greco-Roman history, literature, mythology, and philosophy, but he also places limitations on the ability of the classical world to gain salvation as taught and believed in Christian doctrine. In Canto I, Dante begins his†¦show more content†¦Dante is saying that Virgil cannot enter heaven because he lived before Christ. Dante admires the classical Roman world but rejects it as the path of salvation to God. 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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Research Study Tests About Verities Mobile Stores And Dissecting

Question: Discuss about the Quantitative Research About Verities Mobile Stores And Dissecting. Answer: Introduction Regardless of whether the consumer is satisfied after buy belief on upon the proposals execution in connection to the client desire. When everyone is said in done fulfillment is customers thoughts of delight or dissatisfaction coming about reason of conflicting a products saw performance connection through his or her requirements. In the event that the implementation failures the mark regarding their need, the consumer is dissatisfied. On the negative chance that the implementation coordinates the desire consumer is satisfied. In the event that the implementation surpasses the need the client is exceedingly fulfilled. Consumer loyalty cannot be very difficult. After every client either happy with the products they get or the client are most certainly not. On the negative chance that is simple, then acquiring consumer's feeling about the way of satisfied client are through usually clear matter or is it? Consumer reliability is amarketing tool and a distinct esteem with advantage. It i s commonly seen through consumer as vital as the necessary product or management their association proposals. It has a look at what is contained from 3 unique advantages, first one is from the viewpoint of an association wishing to measures and understand, how satisfied its buyer are through the products they receive from it. The 2nd one is came from the point of view of study office which made a request to obtain input from buyer and about their meetings when handling organizations. Finally it deliberates the problem from the opinion of buyers who receive part in overviews, with both consumer related with business and individuals from total population. Research design on Customer satisfaction By methods for gathering the study tests about verities mobile stores and dissecting the customer's conduct attributes, the investigation will proceed with the satisfaction of consumer and the significance of customers (Giering, Homburg, 2000). There is an assessment for clients about the significance and satisfaction of products, through the exhaustive assessment of the client about many stores. Utilizing the combination of administration crevice model and CCSI display, we have SWOT and information examination to judge whether the nature of administration is fit and afterward discover the regions needing change. Finally, the things to do are coordinating the example information, having a far reaching assessment on the consumer loyalty, administration, and quality and outlining the principle focuses on dissecting the connection between quality of products and satisfaction of client, to enhance to the satisfaction of consumer (AGBOR, 2011). As indicated by the attributes of retail bu siness in many mobile stores, there is a case study is going to comprehend the administration level quality and the consumer loyalty qualities, by methods for low maintenance happenstances in mobile store and the top to bottom meeting with mobile store supervisors. In this case study, then it demonstrate has been utilized to make a poll which has studied the satisfaction and significance of customer with 20 issues. Moreover, it has likewise examined the client's components with the assistance of test investigation. In light of the attributes of conduct of shopper and populace appropriation, right off the bat, the research has examined the intellectual significance about products in accommodation mobile stores, the satisfaction and the unwaveringness of client of comfort stores benefit, then it has broken down the fluctuation, legitimacy and dependability, a short time later it can distinguish the issue and advanced comparing countermeasure (Xu, Ye, Zhang, 2013). Sampling method As determine over, any sampling design that acclimates to recognition made all through the survey is adaptable. Human masses with social structure can be conceptualized as graph, where the center points of the graph address people and the edges or bends interfacing a couple of centers to other address social association between people. Sample strategy, for instance, compose sampling, adaptable bundle sampling, chain referral sampling, snowball sampling and other association taking after design in which in ventilators use interfaces between people to find different people to fuse into the sample are instance of study sampling in graphs. Regardless, a graph sample design is adaptable if decisions on whether to take after associations depend on upon the viewed a motivating force in the sample (Marshall, 1996). For example, accept the variable of interest is a pointer of paying little respect to whether an individual customer is satisfied about a specific products that he gets. In case a n individual customer in the sample is made a demand to name partners that they ought to be disillusioned just if the individual reports to be frustrated, the review is flexible, however it is not adaptable if every individual sampled is made a demand to name baffled friends. Snowball sampling is one sort of a hidden sample of individual customers were requested to name unmistakable individuals from the masses, thus' identity made a demand to recognize also number (Palinkas et al., 2013). With the flexible apportioning design, the starting stage is a sample obtained using a standard design, for instance, clear or stratified subjective sampling. In adaptable pack sampling, a basic sample is picked with a normal design, for instance, fundamental subjective sampling, bunch sampling two stage sampling or stratified sampling. Wherever a particular variable of interest satisfies a specific condition for a man in the sample, participates in the zone of an individual customer that unit are added to the sample. Advantage and disadvantage of survey question Researches are anything but problematic to raise, mainly when using the driven overview programming activities available today. In this review address, the purchasers are induced to many their data gathering on the internet anyway, this is not usually the preferred information method accumulation, mainly if defendants are in problematic to realize regions. In this overview uses a survey conducted mobile, survey conducted paper and survey conducted online, a blend of every modes, the method ought to belief on the types of research and the respondents demographics (Wyse, 2012). Mobile survey and survey conducted online have a propensity to be maximum study research methods of financially savvy, however they possible not realize those respondents which can just react using additional modes. Consequences of online studies and portable overviews possibly endure and difference incredibly if significant defendants are let well alone enough for the research. Difficult to realize defendants m ight be modest to realize using more predictable techniques. The advantage and disadvantage of survey question are as follows: Advantage It generally simple to oversee, it can be created in a smaller amount of time, financially savvy, however cost relies on upon overview mode, it can be regulated remotely by means of, cell phones, mail, on the web, email, phone or stand, it directed remotely can anticipate or decrease geographical reliance, Capable of gathering data from an extensive respondents number, Numerous studies can be acquired some data about an issue, giving broad adaptableness in data examination (Giese, Cote, 2002). Through study procedures, programming, factual progressed, it can used to separate information of review to choose firm quality, legitimacy, and expected hugeness, as well as the capacity to investigate many factors. Disadvantage Defendants may not texture encouraged to deliver accurate, truthful answers. Defendants may not touch comfortable if answers that contemporary themselves in a critical manner. Defendants may should not be completely aware of their details for any assumed response because of absence of reminiscence on the topic, or even tedium. Reviews with shut ended queries may have a lesser validity degree than extra question kinds. Data mistakes due to query no replies may happen. The amount of defendants who select to reply to a survey query may be dissimilar from persons who selected not to reply, thus making bias. Modified surveys can track the danger of covering certain kinds of mistakes (Giese, Cote, 2002). Data analysis for the research The decision of the measurable procedures to use in breaking down the information was an element of the target of the research. In this review, the principle destinations were to survey connections among specific factors and test particular speculations in regards to the way of the connections. A viewpoint novel to this review is segregating the bank clients as disappointed and fulfilled. Likewise, the review will endeavor to strengthen the idea that components, for example, sex, salary, age, instruction, where they acquire their products, and recurrence of utilization could seriously affect benefit quality ("RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY", 2017). The factual systems considered for this review are Pearson connection for assessing the relationship among factors, numerous relapse investigation to test the measurable noteworthiness of the individual consumer parameters and general model, multivariate and unilabiate examination of fluctuation with the end goal of assessing depiction of factors, and discriminant investigation for deciding the extent and order of clients with various levels of satisfaction on the premise of observation. At whatever point, the acquired F tests were observed to be factually critical, the Schiff post hoc examinations were connected to locate the matched mean contrasts. Moreover, rate investigation was completed to encourage the ID and positioning of elements that impact the bank choice process, and the recurrence of exchange on consumer loyalty. The overview questions one through four will create a composite score to speak to the unmistakable component of the observations reactions and measured against the substantial element of the desire reactions for inquiries one through four. In like manner, a composite score will be created to speak to observations reactions to inquiries five through nine and will be measured against the desire reactions for inquiries five through nine to decide the distinction holes in the unwavering quality va riable ("RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY", 2017). Limitations of the Research Despite the heightened effort, the variables limited to this survey may have been influenced by the interests and the data restrictions of the customers, and it may be considered as the principle limitation. The accompanying limitation is the cost and time objectives that did not contemplate a more wide data collection. A greater and more illustrative sample may give more broad depiction to the estimation of observations versus wants hole. Finally, the survey expected that the respondents were all individual bank customer, and the results obtained thereto can't be summed up for joint satisfaction or lack in that branch of the common administration holders, corporate divisions, and so on. This part showed the structure of the audit, the materials and methodologies used. In the accompanying part, it gives about the change of keeping cash in India, and the profiles of the banks decided for this survey. References AGBOR, J. (2011). The Relationship between Customer Satisfaction and Service Quality.Ume School Of Business. Retrieved from https://www.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:448657/fulltext02 Giering, A., Homburg, C. (2000). 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Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Thomas Edison Essays (1467 words) - Thomas Edison,

Thomas Edison Thomas Alva Edison is considered one of the greatest inventors in history. He was born in Milan, Ohio on February 11, 1847 and died in 1931. During his life he patented 1,093 inventions. Many of these inventions are in use today and changed the world forever. Some of his inventions include telegraphy, phonography, electric lighting and photography. His most famous inventions were the phonograph and the incandescent light bulb. Edison did some of his greatest work at Menlo Park. While experimenting on an underwater cable for the automatic telegraph, he found that the electrical resistance and conductivity of carbon varied accordingly to the pressure it was under. This was a major theoretical discovery, which enabled Edison to invent a ?pressure relay? using carbon rather than magnets, which was the usual way to vary and balance electrical currents. In February of 1877 Edison began experiments designed to produce a pressure relay that would amplify and improve the audibility of the tel ephone, a device that Edison and others had studied but which Alexander Graham Bell was the first to patent, in 1876. By the end of 1877 Edison had developed the carbon-button transmitter that is still used today in telephone speakers and microphones. Many of Thomas Edison's inventions including the carbon transmitter were in response to demands for new products and improvements. In 1877, he achieved his most unique discovery, the phonograph. During the summer of 1877 Edison was attempting to devise for the automatic telegraph a machine that would transcribe a signals as they were received into a form of the human voice so that they could then be delivered as telegraph messages. Some researchers had theorized that each sound, if it could be graphically recorded, would produce a distinct shape resembling short hand, or phonography, as it was known then. Edison hoped to make this concept real by employing a stylus-tipped carbon transmitter to make impressions on a strip of paraffined paper. To his amazement, the barley visible indentations generated a vague sound when the paper was pulled back beneath the stylus. In December 1877 Edison unveiled the tinfoil phonograph, which replaced the strip of paper wrapped in tinfoil. Many people would not believe what they were hearing including a leading French scientist who declared it to be a trick device of a ventriloquist. The public's amazement was quickly followed by universal approval. Edison became famous all around the world and was dubbed the Wizard of Menlo Park, although ten years passed before the phonograph was transformed form a laboratory curiosity into a commercial product. His most famous and most commonly used invention is the incandescent light bulb. American scientists including Samuel Langley needed a highly sensitive instrument that could be used to measure minute temperature changes in heat emitted from the Sun's corona during a solar eclipse along the rocky mountains on July 29,1878. To please thos e needs Edison invented a ?microtasimeter? employing a carbon button. This was a time when great advances were being made in arc lights so that electricity could be used for lighting in the same fashion as with small, individual gas ?burners?. The basic problem seemed to be to keep the burner, or the bulb, from being consumed by preventing it from overheating. Edison thought he would be able to solve this by coming up with a microtasimeter-like device to control the current. He proclaimed that he would invent a safe, mild, and inexpensive electric light that would replace the gaslight. Inventors had been attempting to devise the incandescent light bulb for fifty years, but Edison's reputation and past achievements commanded respect for his bold prediction. As a result, a group of leading financiers, including J.P. Morgan and the Vanderbilts, established the Edison Electric Light Company, and advanced him $30,000 for his research and development. Edison's idea was to connect his ligh ts in a parallel circuit by subdividing the current so that the failure of one light bulb would not cause the whole circuit to fail. Some well-known scientists predicted that such a circuit could never be possible, but their findings were based on systems of lamps with low resistance (the only successful type of electrical light at the time). Edison, however, determined that