Going Around One More Time
Chris Cornell and Soundgarden had always been there. Hating Audioslave. To a lot of people, they were just that band—the last classic rock band you could talk about for hours and headbang to for even longer.
To me, they were everything a true classic rock band should be. Worse: It was suspected, and later seems to have been confirmed, to have been a suicide. Though never too far from the public eye, Cornell seemed to be a private man, with his own demons rarely surfacing despite having a longstanding relationship with drugs—as did his peers Andrew Wood, Kurt Cobain, Layne Staley and Scott Weiland.
Unlike those frontmen, though, his personal life never quite seemed to get the better of him; his songs dealt less with wallowing in his own pain than assessing and confronting it. When it comes to depression, this tends to be a productive approach. How are you supposed to feel when the people you grew up idolizing decide they no longer want to live their hallowed lives? How does one reconcile that kind of loss with their own struggles?
GPS satellites orbit around Earth at about 8, miles 14, kilometers per hour. Credit: GPS. However, the satellites are Going Around One More Time orbiting Going Around One More Time about 12, miles 20, Going Around One More Time above the surface. This actually speeds up GPS satellite clocks by a slighter larger fraction of a second.
Here's how: Einstein's theory also says that gravity curves space and time, causing the passage of time to slow Going Around One More Time. High up where the satellites orbit, Earth's gravity is much weaker. This causes the clocks on GPS satellites to run faster than clocks on the ground.
The combined result is that the clocks on GPS satellites experience time at a rate slightly faster than 1 second per second.
Luckily, scientists can use math to correct these differences in time. If scientists didn't correct the GPS clocks, there would be big problems. GPS satellites wouldn't be able to correctly calculate their position or yours.
The errors would add up to a few miles each Going Around One More Time, which is a big deal. GPS maps might think your home is nowhere near where it actually is! Yes, time travel is indeed a real thing. But it's not quite what you've probably seen in the movies. Under certain conditions, it is possible to experience time passing at a different rate than 1 second per second. And there are important reasons why we need to understand this real-world form of time travel.
Is Time Travel Possible? The Short Answer:. American Standard Version Ye have compassed this mountain long enough: turn you northward. Aramaic Bible in Plain English It has been long for you, behold, for you traveling around this mountain; turn yourselves to the north. Brenton Septuagint Translation Ye have compassed this mount long enough; turn therefore toward the north. Contemporary English Version Israel has wandered in these hills long enough. Turn and go north. Douay-Rheims Bible You have compassed this mountain long enough: go toward the north: English Revised Version Ye have compassed Going Around One More Time mountain long enough: turn you northward.
Good News Translation that we had spent enough time wandering about in those hills and that we should go north.
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