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Bleeding was accomplished by pouring rage, hate, fear and pain into a kyber crystal by means of the dark side of the Force, until the crystal changed, resulting in the crimson-bladed lightsabers associated almost exclusively with dark side adepts. Since kyber crystals were inherently aligned with the light side of the Force, they could attempt to resist the forced corruption. When Darth Vader first attempted to bleed Kirak Infil'a's green crystal, he experienced intense light side Force visions urging him to return to the light side. The procedure could also damage the crystal as was the case with the kyber crystal at the heart of Ben Solo's Jedi lightsaber; Solo's attempt at bleeding it resulted in the crystal cracking and forced Solo, now going by Kylo Ren, to modify his lightsaber into a crossguard model in order to vent the excess energy from the unstable crystal.
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The Knights of Ren watched in awe as the Night Buzzard was engulfed in charges of dark energy. Remembering the faces of his former loved ones, Ben screamed as the crystal burst into a torrent of fiery energy. Although the crystal had been corrupted, turning a red-yellow hue, it had cracked in the process. Solo placed the crystal in his old lightsaber and activated it, however, due to the crack in the crystal, the weapon was unstable and subsequently short-circuited. In order to counteract the instability of the crystal, Solo modified his lightsaber, making it into a crossguard lightsaber.
In a longitudinal study conducted by Arria et al., the annual weighted prevalence of caffeinated energy drink usage among 1060 undergraduates at a large public university in the United States was 22.6%wt in the second year and 36.5%wt in the third year.18 Compared with nonenergy drink users, students who used energy drinks drank alcohol more frequently and in higher quantities. Prospectively, energy drink users were significantly more likely than nonenergy drink users to initiate nonmedical use of prescription stimulants and prescription analgesics, even after adjustment for demographics, sensation-seeking personality score, caffeine consumption, and prior use of the drug of interest.
What are the mechanisms of increased adenosine tone after acute administration of alcohol? One mechanism is the metabolism of alcohol by the liver, which produces acetate that can be metabolized to adenosine in the brain.66 But the main mechanism seems to be a direct inhibition of the equilibrative nucleoside transporter (ENT1). This effect was first demonstrated in vitro, in cells in culture.67 As expected, mice lacking ENT1 show reduced effects of acute administration of alcohol, such as less somnogenic and ataxic responses.68 On the other hand, transgenic overexpression of human ENT1 in mouse neurons increases sensitivity to the acute intoxicating effects of alcohol.69 In summary, the ENT1-dependent increase in the extracellular concentration of adenosine, by acting on A1 receptors localized in different brain areas, seems to play a very important role in the ataxic, somnogenic, and anxiolytic effects of the acute administration of alcohol.
Let me end with a plea for humility. The cosmos is a strange place, and we still know little about it. It was only two decades ago that scientists discovered that a mere 4 percent of the mass-energy of the universe is the sort of material out of which stars, planets, trees, you, and I are fashioned. One-quarter is cold dark matter, and the rest is something bizarre called dark energy.Footnote 1 Cosmologists have no idea what dark energy is or what laws it obeys. [...] Our knowledge is but a fire lighting up the vast darkness around us, flickering in the wind. So, let us be open to alternative, rational explanations in the quest for the source of consciousness.
I argue that the basic assumption of a single universe shared by multiple observers is wrong. Synthesizing the implications of black hole radiation, horizon complementarity, dark energy, observations of the cosmic microwave background and quantum logic, I argue that moving toward a true theory of quantum gravity will require us to give up the notion that we all share the same universe. Instead, each observer has their own universe, which constitutes a complete and singular reality.
The energy of the nuclear explosion is released in one microsecond. In the following few microseconds, the test hardware and surrounding rock are vaporised, with temperatures of several million degrees and pressures of several million atmospheres. Within milliseconds, a bubble of high-pressure gas and steam is formed. The heat and expanding shock wave cause the surrounding rock to vaporise, or be melted further away, creating a melt cavity. The shock-induced motion and high internal pressure cause this cavity to expand outwards, which continues over several tenths of a second until the pressure has fallen sufficiently, to a level roughly comparable with the weight of the rock above, and can no longer grow. Although not observed in every explosion, four distinct zones (including the melt cavity) have been described in the surrounding rock. The crushed zone, about two times the radius of the cavity, consists of rock that has lost all of its former integrity. The cracked zone, about three times the cavity radius, consists of rock with radial and concentric fissures. Finally, the zone of irreversible strain consists of rock deformed by the pressure. The following layer undergoes only an elastic deformation; the strain and subsequent release then forms a seismic wave. A few seconds later the molten rock starts collecting on the bottom of the cavity and the cavity content begins cooling. The rebound after the shock wave causes compressive forces to build up around the cavity, called a stress containment cage, sealing the cracks.
Escape of radioactivity from the cavity is known as containment failure. Massive, prompt, uncontrolled releases of fission products, driven by the pressure of steam or gas, are known as venting; an example of such failure is the Baneberry test. Slow, low-pressure uncontrolled releases of radioactivity are known as seeps; these have little to no energy, are not visible and have to be detected by instruments. Late-time seeps are releases of noncondensable gases days or weeks after the blast, by diffusion through pores and crack, probably assisted by a decrease of atmospheric pressure (so called atmospheric pumping). When the test tunnel has to be accessed, controlled tunnel purging is performed; the gases are filtered, diluted by air and released to atmosphere when the winds will disperse them over sparsely populated areas. Small activity leaks resulting from operational aspects of tests are called operational releases; they may occur e.g. during drilling into the explosion location during core sampling, or during the sampling of explosion gases. The radionuclide composition differs by the type of releases; large prompt venting releases significant fraction (up to 10%) of fission products, while late-time seeps contain only the most volatile gases. Soil absorbs the reactive chemical compounds, so the only nuclides filtered through soil into the atmosphere are the noble gases, primarily krypton-85 and xenon-133.
Although there were early concerns about earthquakes arising as a result of underground tests, there is no evidence that this has occurred. However, fault movements and ground fractures have been reported, and explosions often precede a series of aftershocks, thought to be a result of cavity collapse and chimney formation. In a few cases, seismic energy released by fault movements has exceeded that of the explosion itself.
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