Science Discussion Week 4 - It is because it is constantly...

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Assess the efficiency of the current state of the national electric grid in the United States. Then, describe the key challenges in updating this grid to a so-called “smart grid”. Each power outage cost the economy billions every year. Severe weather is one of the causes of power outage. More power outages will occur as the weather becomes more severe. Supporting demonstration of not only the smart grid technologies but it also has to support new business models, policies, and societal benefits. Summarize the main reasons why the researchers stated that “our planet's magnetic field is in a constant state of change”. Then, discuss the overall manner in which a magnetic reversal might impact human activities on Earth. Include one (1) example of such impact to support your response.
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Unformatted text preview: It is because it is constantly moving. ±he swap of the poles occur once an average every 300,000 years. Since they are constantly moving it becomes weak each Tme. Demonstrate an instance oF staTc charge such as seen with examples shown on pages 186 & 193 oF your textbook. Next, post a picture oF your example then explain the method oF charging you used as well as the charges displayed in each object. Strips of tape can be given opposite charges and then be used to demonstrate the interacTons of like and opposite charges ±ape with alike charges. ±ape with di²erent charges htp://energy.gov/oe/services/Technology-developmenT/smarT-grid...
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