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N    11:18  Neurites diffhist +6,159 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Neurites are specialized projections from the cell body of a neuron, which include both axons and dendrites. These structures are essential for the transmission of electrical and chemical signals within the nervous system. Neurites play a crucial role in the development, function, and plasticity of neural networks. This article delves into the intricate details of neurite formation, structure, function, and their significance in neurobiology. == Stru...")
N    11:18  Maoist insurgency diffhist +9,898 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == The Maoist insurgency, also known as the Naxalite–Maoist insurgency, is a conflict between Maoist groups, primarily the Communist Party of India (Maoist), and the Indian government. This insurgency has been ongoing since the late 1960s and is rooted in the socio-economic disparities and grievances of marginalized communities, particularly in rural areas. The insurgency is named after the Naxalbari uprising of 1967, which was inspired by the Chin...")
N    11:14  Photoinhibition diffhist +5,572 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Photoinhibition is a phenomenon that occurs in plants, algae, and cyanobacteria, where the photosynthetic apparatus is damaged by excessive light intensity. This process primarily affects the photosystem II (PSII) complex, leading to a reduction in photosynthetic efficiency and potential cellular damage. Photoinhibition is a critical area of study in plant physiology and ecology, as it has significant implications for plant productivity, stress respon...")
N    11:04  Playwright diffhist +6,881 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == A '''playwright''' is a person who writes plays, which are dramatic works intended for performance by actors on a stage. The term is derived from the words "play" and "wright," the latter meaning a craftsman or builder. Playwrights are responsible for creating the dialogue, characters, and plot of a play, and their work often involves a deep understanding of human behavior, societal issues, and the mechanics of storytelling. == History of Playwriting...")
N    11:00  Psoriasis diffhist +7,407 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Overview == Psoriasis is a chronic, immune-mediated inflammatory disorder primarily affecting the skin. It is characterized by the rapid proliferation of keratinocytes, leading to the formation of thick, scaly plaques. These plaques can appear on various parts of the body, including the scalp, elbows, knees, and lower back. Psoriasis is a multifactorial disease influenced by genetic, environmental, and immunological factors. It affects approximately 2-3% of the g...")
N    10:57  Qilin diffhist +3,896 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Etymology and Historical Context == The term "Qilin" (麒麟) is derived from Chinese mythology and represents a mythical hooved chimerical creature known to appear with the imminent arrival or passing of a sage or illustrious ruler. The name "Qilin" is a combination of "Qi" (麒) and "Lin" (麟), which are often interpreted as male and female elements, respectively. The Qilin is often compared to the Western unicorn, although it has distinct characteristics and cult...")
N    10:55  Data Masking diffhist +9,225 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Data masking, also known as data obfuscation, is a process used to protect sensitive information by replacing it with non-sensitive, fictitious data. This technique is commonly employed in various industries to ensure that confidential data remains secure while still being usable for testing, development, and analysis purposes. The primary goal of data masking is to prevent unauthorized access to sensitive information while maintaining the functional...")
N    10:46  Methylene chloride diffhist +5,242 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Methylene chloride, also known as dichloromethane (DCM), is an organic compound with the formula CH₂Cl₂. It is a colorless, volatile liquid with a moderately sweet aroma. This compound is widely used as a solvent in various industrial processes, including paint stripping, degreasing, and the production of pharmaceuticals. Despite its utility, methylene chloride poses significant health risks, including potential carcinogenicity, necessitating care...")
N    10:43  Lemaire Channel diffhist +4,076 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Geography and Location == The Lemaire Channel is a strait located off the Antarctic Peninsula, specifically between the mainland of Graham Land and Booth Island. It is situated at coordinates 65°04′S 63°57′W. The channel is approximately 11 kilometers (7 miles) long and 1.6 kilometers (1 mile) wide at its narrowest point. The Lemaire Channel is renowned for its breathtaking scenery, with towering cliffs and icebergs that create a dramatic landscape. <div class...")
N    10:43  Cathinone diffhist +7,045 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Cathinone is a naturally occurring stimulant found in the khat plant (Catha edulis). It is a beta-keto amphetamine and shares a similar chemical structure with other stimulants such as amphetamine, methamphetamine, and ephedrine. Cathinone is known for its psychoactive properties and has been used traditionally in East Africa and the Arabian Peninsula for its stimulating effects. In recent years, synthetic derivatives of cathinone, often referred to a...")
N    10:36  Robert Langlands diffhist +5,036 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Early Life and Education == Robert Langlands was born on October 6, 1936, in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada. He showed an early aptitude for mathematics, which led him to pursue higher education in the field. Langlands attended the University of British Columbia, where he earned his bachelor's degree in 1957. He then moved to the United States to continue his studies at Yale University, where he completed his Ph.D. in 1960 under the supervision of...")
N    10:28  Griselda Blanco diffhist +3,823 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Early Life == Griselda Blanco Restrepo was born on February 15, 1943, in Cartagena, Colombia. She grew up in a slum in Medellín, where poverty and crime were rampant. Blanco's early life was marked by violence and hardship. At a young age, she became involved in criminal activities, including pickpocketing and prostitution. Her early exposure to crime set the stage for her future as a notorious drug lord. == Rise to Power == Blanco's ascent in the criminal underwo...")
N    10:17  Problem Reversal diffhist +5,270 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Problem Reversal == Problem reversal is a cognitive technique used in problem-solving and creative thinking, where the problem is approached from an opposite or reverse perspective. This method encourages individuals to think outside conventional paradigms and explore alternative solutions that may not be immediately apparent. By reversing the problem, one can often uncover hidden assumptions, challenge existing frameworks, and generate innovative ideas. == Historic...")
N    10:11  Magnetic reconnection diffhist +8,215 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == '''Magnetic reconnection''' is a fundamental process in plasma physics, where the magnetic field topology is rearranged and magnetic energy is converted into kinetic energy, thermal energy, and particle acceleration. This phenomenon occurs in various astrophysical, space, and laboratory plasma environments, including the Earth's magnetosphere, the solar corona, and fusion devices. Magnetic reconnection plays a crucial role in solar flares, geomagnetic...")
N    10:10  Towing Regulations diffhist +7,351 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Towing Regulations == Towing regulations are a critical aspect of transportation law, governing the conditions under which vehicles can be towed, the responsibilities of towing companies, and the rights of vehicle owners. These regulations vary significantly across different jurisdictions but share common principles aimed at ensuring safety, fairness, and efficiency in the towing process. <div class='only_on_desktop image-preview'><div class='image-preview-loader'><...")
N    10:10  Towing laws diffhist +32 Ai talk contribs (Redirected page to Towing Regulations) Tag: New redirect
N    10:07  Modern Classicism diffhist +6,404 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Modern Classicism is an architectural and artistic movement that emerged in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. It seeks to revive and reinterpret the principles and aesthetics of classical architecture and art, drawing inspiration from the ancient Greek and Roman traditions. This movement is characterized by a return to symmetry, proportion, and the use of classical elements such as columns, pediments, and entablatures. Modern Classicism is a res...")
N    10:03  Hermitian Conjugate diffhist +4,896 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == In linear algebra and functional analysis, the Hermitian conjugate (also known as the adjoint or Hermitian transpose) of a complex matrix is a fundamental concept. It is widely used in various fields of mathematics and physics, particularly in quantum mechanics, where it plays a crucial role in the formulation of quantum states and operators. The Hermitian conjugate of a matrix is obtained by taking the transpose of the matrix and then taking the comp...")
N    10:02  Dobzhansky's Theorem diffhist +5,564 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Dobzhansky's Theorem, named after the prominent geneticist Theodosius Dobzhansky, is a fundamental concept in evolutionary biology. This theorem is pivotal in understanding the genetic basis of speciation and the role of genetic diversity in evolutionary processes. It is often discussed in the context of population genetics, evolutionary theory, and speciation. == Background == Theodosius Dobzhansky, a Ukrainian-American geneticist, made s...")
N    10:02  Accounting Principles diffhist +15,578 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Accounting principles are the essential guidelines and rules that govern the field of accounting. These principles ensure consistency, reliability, and comparability of financial statements. They are the foundation upon which the entire accounting system is built, providing a framework for recording, summarizing, and reporting financial transactions. == Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) == Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)...")
N    09:52  Mahayana Sutras diffhist +6,914 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == The Mahayana Sutras are a vast and diverse collection of texts that form the scriptural foundation of Mahayana Buddhism. These sutras are revered for their profound teachings on the nature of reality, the path to enlightenment, and the practices that lead to the liberation of all sentient beings. Unlike the earlier Pali Canon, which is central to Theravada Buddhism, the Mahayana Sutras are written in Sanskrit and reflect the expansive and...")
N    09:45  Pre-Socratic philosophers diffhist +6,276 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == The Pre-Socratic philosophers were early Greek thinkers who lived before Socrates and laid the groundwork for Western philosophy. Their inquiries primarily focused on cosmology, metaphysics, and the nature of being, rather than ethics and epistemology, which became central in later philosophical traditions. This article delves into the lives, works, and contributions of these pioneering thinkers, offering a comprehensive and detailed examination of the...")
N    09:37  Markus Persson diffhist +5,831 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Early Life and Education == Markus Alexej Persson, commonly known as Notch, was born on June 1, 1979, in Stockholm, Sweden. He grew up in Edsbyn, a small town in the northern part of the country, before moving to Stockholm at the age of seven. Persson developed an early interest in computers and programming, starting to code at the age of eight on his father's Commodore 128. His passion for game development was evident from a young age, as he created his first game a...")
N    09:16  Ishikari River diffhist +5,266 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Overview == The Ishikari River (石狩川, Ishikari-gawa) is the third longest river in Japan, flowing through the island of Hokkaido. It spans approximately 268 kilometers (167 miles) and has a basin area of 14,330 square kilometers (5,530 square miles). The river is named after the Ishikari Plain, which it traverses before emptying into the Sea of Japan. The Ishikari River plays a crucial role in the hydrology, ecology, and economy of Hokkaido. == Geograph...")
N    09:13  Rays diffhist +3,785 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == A ray is a fundamental concept in various fields of science and mathematics, representing a line that starts at a specific point and extends infinitely in one direction. This article delves into the multifaceted nature of rays, exploring their properties, applications, and significance in different domains such as geometry, optics, and physics. == Geometric Rays == In geometry, a ray is defined as a part of a line that starts at a point called the e...")
N    08:57  Open Access diffhist +3,719 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Open Access (OA) refers to the practice of providing unrestricted access to peer-reviewed scholarly research. This movement aims to remove barriers such as subscription fees and paywalls, allowing anyone with an internet connection to access academic literature. Open Access is a response to the rising costs of academic journals and the increasing demand for freely available research. == History == The concept of Open Access can be traced back to the...")
N    08:49  Bragg's law diffhist +4,217 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Bragg's law, named after the British physicists Sir William Henry Bragg and his son Sir William Lawrence Bragg, is a fundamental principle in the field of X-ray crystallography. The law provides a condition for constructive interference of X-rays scattered by the atoms in a crystal lattice. This principle is crucial for determining the atomic structure of crystals, which has profound implications in various scientific disciplines including chemis...")
N    08:47  Magnetoresistance diffhist +8,870 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Magnetoresistance refers to the change in electrical resistance of a material when an external magnetic field is applied. This phenomenon is observed in various materials, including metals, semiconductors, and complex oxides. The study of magnetoresistance has significant implications for both fundamental physics and practical applications, such as magnetic sensors, data storage devices, and spintronic devices. == Historical Background == The discov...")
N    08:41  Magnetic Precession diffhist +4,413 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Magnetic Precession == Magnetic precession is a fundamental phenomenon in the field of magnetism and quantum mechanics, describing the motion of magnetic moments in a magnetic field. This article delves into the intricate details of magnetic precession, exploring its theoretical foundations, mathematical formulations, and practical applications. <div class='only_on_desktop image-preview'><div class='image-preview-loader'></div></div><div class='only_on_mobil...")
N    08:40  Satellite radio diffhist +7,970 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Satellite radio is a type of digital radio signal that is broadcast by a communications satellite, which covers a much wider geographical range than terrestrial radio signals. This technology allows for the transmission of radio channels to a large audience with high-quality sound and a variety of programming options. Satellite radio is especially popular in regions where terrestrial radio coverage is limited or non-existent. == History == The concept...")
N    08:28  Bryopsida diffhist +4,060 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Bryopsida, commonly known as true mosses, represent the largest class within the division Bryophyta. This class encompasses a diverse array of species that exhibit a wide range of morphological and ecological adaptations. Bryopsida are non-vascular plants, meaning they lack the specialized tissues (xylem and phloem) found in vascular plants for water and nutrient transport. Instead, they rely on diffusion and capillary action to move water and nutrien...")
N    08:25  Tardive dyskinesia diffhist +5,749 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Tardive dyskinesia (TD) is a neurological disorder characterized by involuntary, repetitive body movements. These movements can include grimacing, sticking out the tongue, or smacking the lips. Rapid jerking movements or slow writhing movements are also common. Tardive dyskinesia is often associated with long-term use of neuroleptic drugs, which are typically prescribed for psychiatric conditions such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. The con...")
N    08:14  Antidiuretic Hormone diffhist +5,115 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Antidiuretic hormone (ADH), also known as vasopressin or arginine vasopressin (AVP), is a peptide hormone that plays a crucial role in regulating the body's retention of water. It is synthesized in the hypothalamus and stored in the posterior pituitary gland. ADH acts primarily on the kidneys to promote water reabsorption, thereby concentrating the urine and reducing urine volume. This hormone is vital for maintaining fluid balance, blood pressure, and...")
N    08:13  Kurultai diffhist +6,072 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == The term "Kurultai" refers to a historical political and military council used by various Turkic and Mongol nomadic tribes. This assembly played a crucial role in the governance and decision-making processes of these societies, particularly during the medieval period. The Kurultai was instrumental in the election of leaders, the declaration of wars, and the establishment of laws and policies. The concept and practice of the Kurultai have evolved over...")
N    08:10  Cannabinoid diffhist +8,728 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Cannabinoids are a diverse class of chemical compounds that act on cannabinoid receptors in cells, altering neurotransmitter release in the brain. These compounds are primarily found in the Cannabis plant, which has been used for medicinal and recreational purposes for thousands of years. Cannabinoids can be classified into three main types: phytocannabinoids, endocannabinoids, and synthetic cannabinoids. Each type has unique properties a...")
N    08:08  Atomism diffhist +5,186 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == '''Atomism''' is a philosophical doctrine that posits that the universe and all matter within it are composed of indivisible and indestructible units called atoms. This theory has evolved over millennia, influencing both ancient and modern scientific thought. Atomism has been a pivotal concept in the development of chemistry, physics, and philosophy, providing a framework for understanding the fundamental nature of matter. == Historic...")
N    08:04  Combinatory logic diffhist +3,633 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Combinatory logic is a branch of mathematical logic that eliminates the need for variables in mathematical expressions. It was introduced by Moses Schönfinkel and further developed by Haskell Curry. Combinatory logic serves as a foundational framework for functional programming languages and has significant implications in the study of the lambda calculus, which is another formal system in mathematical logic and computer science....")
N    07:55  Lunar year diffhist +4,781 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Definition and Overview == A **lunar year** is a period of twelve lunar months, which is approximately 354.37 days. This duration is based on the cycles of the Moon's phases, from one new moon to the next. Unlike the solar year, which is based on the Earth's orbit around the Sun, the lunar year is shorter by about 10 to 12 days. This discrepancy necessitates adjustments in lunar calendars to align with the solar year over time. == Historical Context == The concept...")
N    07:50  Altino diffhist +8,876 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== History == Altino, an ancient town located in the Veneto region of northern Italy, has a rich and complex history that dates back to the pre-Roman era. Originally founded by the Veneti people, Altino became a significant center of trade and culture due to its strategic position near the Adriatic Sea and the Po River delta. The town's prominence grew during the Roman Republic and Empire, serving as a crucial hub for commerce and transportation. === Pre-Roman Era ===...")
N    07:49  Hexaplex trunculus diffhist +3,795 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Description == <div class='only_on_desktop image-preview'><div class='image-preview-loader'></div></div><div class='only_on_mobile image-preview'><div class='image-preview-loader'></div></div> ''Hexaplex trunculus'', commonly known as the banded murex, is a species of predatory sea snail within the family Muricidae. This marine gastropod mollusk is known for its distinctive shell, which features a series of variegated bands and spines. The species has b...")
N    07:45  Sheaf Cohomology diffhist +7,688 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Sheaf cohomology is a mathematical tool used in algebraic geometry, topology, and complex analysis to study the global properties of spaces by examining local data. It provides a way to systematically handle the information contained in sheaves, which are structures that associate data to open sets of a topological space. The theory of sheaf cohomology has profound implications in various areas of mathematics, including the study of algebraic variet...")
N    07:42  Quinine diffhist +4,516 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Quinine is a naturally occurring alkaloid with antipyretic (fever-reducing), antimalarial, analgesic (painkilling), and anti-inflammatory properties. It is derived from the bark of the Cinchona tree, which is native to the Andean forests of western South America. Quinine has been used for centuries to treat malaria, a disease caused by Plasmodium parasites transmitted through the bites of infected Anopheles mosquitoes. == History == Th...")
N    07:37  Foster Care diffhist +5,768 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Foster care is a system in which a minor has been placed into a ward, group home, or private home of a state-certified caregiver, referred to as a "foster parent" or with a family member approved by the state. The placement of the child is typically arranged through the government or a social service agency. The institution, group home, or foster parent is compensated for expenses unless the child is placed with a family member. The state, via the fam...")
N    06:59  Pound-Rebka Experiment diffhist +4,107 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == The Pound-Rebka Experiment, conducted in 1959 by Robert Pound and Glen A. Rebka, is a landmark test of the general theory of relativity. This experiment provided the first direct confirmation of the gravitational redshift predicted by Einstein's theory. The gravitational redshift refers to the change in the frequency of light as it moves through a gravitational field. This experiment was pivotal in validating the predictions of gen...")
N    06:57  Coping (psychology) diffhist +7,108 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Coping in psychology refers to the cognitive and behavioral strategies that individuals use to manage the internal and external demands of stressful situations. These strategies are essential for maintaining mental health and well-being, and they vary widely among individuals based on personal, situational, and cultural factors. This article delves into the various dimensions of coping, exploring its theoretical foundations, types, mechanisms, and impl...")
N    06:54  Collective farming diffhist +8,828 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Collective farming, also known as communal farming, is an agricultural production system in which multiple farmers run their holdings as a joint enterprise. This system is characterized by the pooling of resources, labor, and capital to achieve economies of scale and improve productivity. Collective farming has been implemented in various forms across different countries, often influenced by political ideologies and socio-economic conditions. == Hist...")
N    06:42  CP/M-68K diffhist +4,609 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Overview == CP/M-68K, also known as Control Program for Microcomputers-68K, is an operating system developed by Digital Research, Inc. for the Motorola 68000 family of microprocessors. The system was designed to provide a robust and flexible environment for software development and execution on 16-bit and 32-bit microcomputers. CP/M-68K is a derivative of the original CP/M operating system, which was widely used on 8-bit microcomputers in the late 1970s and early 198...")
N    06:40  Torques diffhist +20 Ai talk contribs (Redirected page to Torque) Tag: New redirect
N    06:40  Torque diffhist +7,531 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Introduction == Torque, also known as moment or moment of force, is a measure of the rotational force acting on an object. It is a fundamental concept in physics and engineering, playing a crucial role in the analysis of mechanical systems. Torque is responsible for the rotational motion of objects and is a vector quantity, meaning it has both magnitude and direction. This article delves into the detailed aspects of torque, exploring its mathematical formulation, app...")
N    06:37  Symbolist movement diffhist +6,387 Ai talk contribs (Created page with "== Origins and Development == The Symbolist movement emerged in the late 19th century as a reaction against the naturalism and realism that had dominated the arts and literature. It began in France and quickly spread across Europe, influencing various artistic disciplines including literature, visual arts, theatre, and music. The movement was characterized by its emphasis on the symbolic representation of ideas and emotions rather than direct, literal depiction. Th...")