Using DNA in the fight against crime
Genetic genealogy, a forensic technique for tracking down suspects through their family trees.
With DNA found at the crime scene, police use a new process called Genealogy GEDmatch.
Two people in the database may share some DNA with the supposed killer. Each person may have shared great-grandparents with the suspect.
Reconstructing these people’s family trees help police to further investigate and make an arrest.
Ways to Create FREE ENERGY
The total amount of energy in the universe cannot increase or decrease, it can only be changed from one form to another, energy is conserved. When power is pulsed into a coil then an electromagnetic field is produced around the coil, known as electromagnetic force, the electromagnetic force is one of the four fundamental forces.
The electric force acts between all charged particles, whether or not they're moving. The magnetic force acts between moving charged particles. This means that every charged particle gives off an electric field, whether or not it's moving.
Electrical energy is created by moving electric charges called electrons. The faster the charges move, the more electrical energy they carry. The charges that create energy are moving, electrical energy is a form of kinetic energy.
Free energy will be created by tapping into the continuous movement of vehicles on the road, unfortunately this is not available yet.
Movement produces kinetic energy, which can be converted into power. In the past, devices that turned kinetic energy into electricity, such as a hand-flashlight, which involved a person turning a winding mechanism to create the power. The moving magnets cause electrons in the wires to move from one place to another, creating an electrical current and producing electricity.
The windup powered flashlight, with the light powered by a battery which is recharged by a generator turned by a hand crank on the flashlight. When the light is turned on, the spring unwinds, turning a generator to provide power to run the light.
The device works by electromagnetic induction, which is a lot more simple than it sounds. Typically, when you turn the crank, it spins the magnet within the wire coil. As the surfaces pass each other repeatedly, electrons are pulled from the magnetic field, creating electricity.
Thank you Jupiter
The chances the universe exists is one in ten followed by ten zeros and then followed by a further 123 zeros. If you altered one part in the universe it wouldn't exist as we know it today.
Earth is also lucky to exist, going back in time 4.5 billion years ago when our solar system first took shape, Jupiter formed, when gravity pulled swirling gas and dust in to become this gas giant. Jupiter took most of the mass left over after the formation of the Sun, ending up with more than twice the combined material of the other bodies in the solar system. In fact, Jupiter has the same ingredients as the Sun, but it did not grow massive enough to ignite.
At this early time Jupiter was set on a collision course towards the Sun, however miraculously it met with Saturn and the combined gravity kicked both planets into the orbits we see today, without this happening Earth wouldn't be in the habitable zone for life to take place.
In order for 'you' to exist, many things also needed to unfold. The exact sperm cell and egg cell needed to meet to create you with the DNA sequence that encoded you, and brought you into existence is a one in 250 million chance for a sperm cell alone. That needed to happen each time in an unbroken string for millions of generations of your ancestors.
Other events needed to occur as well, life needed to take hold on Earth, Earth needed to form as a habitable planet with the right ingredients for life, the laws of physics needed to be such that they permitted life, and the universe itself must have unfolded in such a way as to make all of this possible. Life may not be what it is today if the Moon hadn't existed, or if Earth didn't have plate tectonics or have a magnetic field, so many factors had to intricately be in place.
My grandfather told me a story when I was young, he said a friend of his used to fly a small aircraft and this friend asked him one afternoon if he'd like to join him on a trip in this aeroplane, unfortunately matters were such that he couldn't make it, however unbeknown to my grandfather at the time he was so lucky he couldn't make the trip as the aircraft crashed killing his friend, he said to me if he'd gone that day I wouldn't exist.