Video games are electronic, interactive games that come in many forms: CDs, DVDs, internet downloads and online games. They can be played on a personal home computer (PC), television or portable hand-held device. Some games are controlled by a separate joystick or console, while others use the computer keyboard and/or mouse. Many games (including those online) can be played by several people at once.
Some video games banned in Australia
Because of violence in this games .
Newton's laws put an end to the idea of absolute motion. Two people playing ping pong on a moving train would measure the distance the ball bounces on the table (between consequecutive bounce) as lesser than a person standing along the track watching the ball bounce. Both measurements are equally valid since there is no absolute standard of rest.
Maxwell's equations predicted that light waves travel at a fixed speed. This is something we have to believe, and it arises out of the fact that his equations predicted "there would be wavelike disturbances in the combined electromagnetic field, and that these would travel at a fixed speed, like ripples on a pond."
But Newton's theory got rid of the idea of absolute rest and if we believe that there's no ambiguity about time, then if light is supposed to travel at a fixed speed, we need say what the fixed speed is measured relative to. It was suggested that there was a substance called "ether" that was present everywhere (even in "empty space") and that light waves travelled through this ether at a fixed speed. However, different observers, moving relative to the ether, would see light coming at them at different speeds.
newborn babyPlaying together helps, you and your baby get to know each other. Through playing, you learn to trust and depend on each other, and the bond between you deepens. Research shows that playing together helps your newborn feel loved and secure, and feeling loved and secure helps babies to develop and learn.
Play stimulates new ideas and helps your baby's brain to develop. Each new experience that your baby is exposed to helps parts of her brain link together, grow and develop. She learns more and more about the world around her, and about where she fits into the world.
Call it the "Avatar" effect
Warner Bros. this week confirmed plans to release the next "Harry Potter" film in 3-D, and its plans to delay the "Clash of the Titans" remake by a week to convert it to 3-D, as well. "Titans" will now be released April 2.
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" will be in theaters Nov. 19. The studio did not confirm a report that "Part 2," set for July 15, 2011.
The studio said the conversion work onTitanis being handled by Prime Focus, a Hollywood postproduction company that worked on nine-time Oscar nominee Avatar.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1is set to open on Nov. 19.Part 2,set for July 15, 2011, also will be released in 3D.
The studio's other upcoming 3D titles includeCats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore(July 30) and300director Zack Snyder's Guardians of Ga'Hoole(Sept. 24).
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