Questions related to Numismatics
I’m curious if a newer theory on pain exists or whether we are still attempting to understand the theory fully in order to prove/disprove its correlation.
I understand it was a theory and required research to prove, however I’m not sure how a theory is proved if the medical establishment doesn’t still can’t successfully prevent or reverse the condition. Confirmation of a theory should balance recovery, reversal and management of pain through research studies, not simply pharmacological and pain management. We have severe chronic illnesses that fall distinctly in pain theory territory, for instance fibromyalgia a disease that has been coined “invisible“, abuses ones own body but can’t be tested or resolved and isn’t classified as an autoimmune condition. Yet the common information given to patients is we don’t understand fibromyalgia, nor how to reverse the condition. Some treatments are available to manage individual side effects of illness, generally consisting of seeing multiple disciplinary medical fields.
Central Sensitization Syndrome perhaps is a foundational stone in the theory. However I find it inconceivable with the advent of scientific medical research advancements (funded as part of the covid 19 pandemic), that this disease can continue to be discounted as a type of pandemic of various origins, given it often has certain known triggers ie infectious disease, PTSD And various other illness classifications.
The top ten cryptocurrencies in terms of market capitalization as of 01/03/2022 are Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Binance Coin (BNB), Tether (USDT), Solana (SOL), Cardano (ADA), US Dollar Coin (USDC), XRP (XRP), Terra (LUNA), and Polkadot (DOT). Are these cryptocurrencies deemed as a reliable asset for swing trading? Swing Trading makes trades based on swings in stocks, commodities, and currencies that take place over a few days or several weeks while Day Trading involves using technical analysis and charting systems to make many trades in a single day. Swing traders primarily use technical analysis to look for trading opportunities and may utilize fundamental analysis in addition to analyze price trends and patterns. Swing traders make trades that last a couple days up to several months in order to profit from an anticipated price move. Hence, swing traders are exposed to overnight and weekend risks in that the price can move against them in a dramatic way at the following session. Swing traders can take profits based on a stop loss and profit target or they can take profits or losses based on a technical indicator or price action movements.
Do you think cryptocurrencies are reliable assets to engage in swing trading? Some suggestions would be very much appreciated and helpful in my ongoing resecrh on cryptocurrencies.
A cryptofinance market is a market where cryptocurrencies are traded. The top ten cryptocurrencies by market capitalization are Bitcoin(BTC), Ethereum(ETH), Binance Coin(BNB), Tether(USDT), Solana(SOL), Cardano(ADA), U.S. Dollar Coin(USDC), XRP(XRP), Terra(LUNA), and Polkadot(DOT). The risk-return tradeoff of cryptocurrencies is different from that of stocks, currencies, and precious metals for the following reasons: (1) Cryptocurrencies are not exposed to most common stock market and macroeconomic factors; (2) Cryptocurrencies are not exposed to the returns of currencies and commodities; (3) Cryptocurrency returns can be predicted by factors that are unique to the cryptocurrency markets.The risks of holding cryptocurrencies are high because cryptocurrencies are highly volatile, intangible, exist on a non-regulated 24-hour market, and are uninsured by any authority. All these characteristics appeal to criminal and illegitimate purposes.
So, how do you measure the risks and returns in a cryptofinance market? Any suggestions will be very much appreciated in supporting my ongoing research in cryptocurrencies.
International exchanges are inevitable in order to develop our projects and to ensure a sufficient critical base for the research. This confronts us with the problem of translating ideas, concepts and results that have developed in our local working language. As we know, English nowadays plays the role of the pivotal language in most conferences and publications. My intention is not to argue with this position -- a pivotal language is needed -- but to understand what are the main problems raised by writing and communicating in a language that is not the one in which the work is done.
English speakers themselves must question the meaning of words, sometimes neologisms, used by a non-English speaker. Of course, what is at stake is not the words but the meaning they convey. These issues are being addressed in the study of learning mathematics in a second language, or in the study of the variety and variability of teachers' vocabularies in different languages.
As researchers the issue is somewhat different. In particular, we must coin words and expressions to name phenomena or concepts in our own working language and then the challenge of translating them, or to understand words and expressions specific to the domain coming from another cultural and linguistic environment-- sometimes via the pivotal language.
I am preparing a short essay on these issues. I will appreciate your contributions, hence my questions:
Do you have examples to share or any particular experience? What do you think about the reasons for these difficulties and the impact they may have on your own communication?
in Batubahara Kingdom never mentioned about Sultan Zainal Abidin Muazam Sah, but his name was written in coins that found in batubahara residency nowadays
I am a third year otolaryngology resident, and I've been using cheap, dental loupes for our operations. They cost around $30. Cheap doesn't mean non - functional. It has 2.5 x magnification and provides a clear (although the field of view could use some improvement; feels like looking through a coin) view, but with no built - in light source.
Then there are shadowless headlamps, more popularly the Dr. Kim brand, which costs around 1400 dollars, or a cheaper, very similar Mamang brand in Alibaba, which is around 330 - 360$.
My question is: do you think these types of headlights provide additional benefit and marked difference during surgery? For sure the field of view may be better because of the bigger lens of attachable loupes, but I'm not certain if spending hundreds or thousands of dollars would provide marginal benefit with how we do operations. For reference, most of our operation are thyroidectomies, neck dissections, tonsillectomies. etc. I think my cheap dental loupes suffice, because the overhead lighting in most operating rooms are bright enough
Hoping to get some insights from those already with years of experience operating. :)
my dear all,
i'm really interested in Ancient numismatics studies(specially around south Asian region). If any research group, society or a academic group that conducting researches about ancient numismatics please let me know. i would like to be a part of those researches.
Kasun S. Jayasuriya
From the time I went to Greek school, this was a hot topic with no real answers. Suddenly, this investigator, Asterios Tsintsifos who is not an academic, but simply writes on Facebook, presents a suite of ancient coins showing Homer on coins of this northern Asia Minor town of Sesamos, also known as Amastris. Mr Tsintsifos appears to have the information at his fingertips, while researchers have been looking for Homer's birthplace for centuries!
When do you think the public will ever find out the answer to this question?
In 1929, Fritz Zwicky published his proof of c-global and hence of the infinite eternal cosmos. It entails a life-threatening feature of CERN’s. And, less importantly, the falsity of quite a few Nobel medals.
In this way, Zwicky continues to overtax humankind’s IQ like a guardian angel. Everyone loves this humor-filled man who passed away in 1974.
Dec. 8, 2020
I have the following two questions and hope you can give me some suggestions.
- How to figure out if a coin is fair or unfair? and what is the probability of head?
Here is my thinking, please correct me if any mistake.
To figure out whether the coin is fair or not, a hypothesis test, H0: p=0.5 vs Ha: p !=0.5, is used, then employing the t-test to get a p-value that compares with the level of significance \alpha. Any other ideas?
If we want to find the probability of head, could we set a p-value as a threshold to infer the p0 in the hypothesis? More detail: Here the hypothesis is H0: p=p0 vs Ha: p !=p0, and the p-value is given.
- If flipped 10 times only, is the sample sufficient? If not, what is the minimum number of times should be flipped?
If you have any ideas or suggestions, I would appreciate it.
Please help by reflecting on Causation (as coined by Sarasvathy) and Causal Reasoning. How the two concepts differ or relate? many thanks
The dataset in question is basically Olympics medal tally. The dataframe has the below mentioned columns with the Name of the country as Index.
It is a (146, 16) dataset.
#Summer Gold Silver Bronze Total #Winter Gold.1 Silver.1 Bronze.1 Total.1 #Games Gold.2 Silver.2 Bronze.2 Combined total
I am tasked with finding the country which have the biggest difference between their summer and winter gold medal counts.
for i in range(5):
This was what i tried. But i am getting KeyError. What should I do?
In my study, I have qualitatively (with a bit of quantitative) found results when comparing how cities and states attract international organizations. These results I coin low, average, and high, in order to compare my 8 cases. Now I am at the point of justifying these set boundaries. Who can help me justify how I set those? On a 10-point scale, sometimes between 5-6 is average, but in other cases between 5-7 (when my respondents needed to give themselves a score, they score high in self-congratulation). In other measures, I have a system of plusses and minuses. In other, I have centrality measures of betweenness centrality: between 1.4 and 1.8 where everything higher than 1.6 is red or low (longer distances between actors is bad), and between 1.6 and 1.5 is average, and lower than 1.5 is green or high. In the number of nodes, the range is between 14-25 (I put the boundaries on lower than 16, between 16-21 and higher than 21. For diversity of actors the range was 3-8 types of actors (I put the boundaries on lower than 4, between 4-6 and higher than 6). It feels right, but how can I justify these set boundaries in a correct way, any suggestions? Literature maybe?
So, my main question has to do with the following task. I have a system basically that describes the motion of a rigid body non convnsional UAV. Using a thruster in the z-axis and for cannards to deflect the outcoming flow. It can be described as a ducted fan UAV. SO, I have set a trimming point with all the derivatives equal to zero in Simulink and specify an altitude for hovering, basically this has to do with steady state conditions. My dynamics are closely connected with these of a 6-DOF system, and my output vector is of 12 states (Euler angles position velocities angular rates....)
Using that opereation point I am trying to conduct the linearization of the equations on Simulink once again. Whenever I am using as the output states anly angular velocities 'p,q,r' and euler angles 'phi, theta, psi' in order to design an attitude controller my results say that matrices a,b that refering to my system are described as controllable as well as observable.
On the other side of the coin though whenever I am just add three quantities more, like position in inertial frame 'x,y'z, or velocities u,v,w my rank of controllability reduces to 2 giving me at least 7 uncontrollable states each time. That means that the system is uncontrollable.
Also if i only linearize using quantities of the state vector of position x, y, z anf euler agnle psi in order to make a position controller, still the whole system is uncontrollable.
So in a few words. Whever I specify states that have to do with position and velocities system is uncontrollable.
Also whnever I am using the quantities from euler equation, like euler angles and angular rates system is controllable.
Why is that??
This afternoon I was (almost) impeded from paying cash at a supermarket in Belgium with the argument that the use of cash might cause transmission of coronavirus !? Incidentally they used no-touch cash machines and cashiers did not wear any face masks!
I checked literature but I found no shred of evidence to support their claim. There are clear indications of bacterial contamination on currency, but I could not find any evidence for transmissible viral pathogens present on banknotes and coins. Anybody can help?
Please stay healthy !
Koen Van Waerebeek
In the October 2015 issue of "Israel Numismatic Research" there is an article about two previously unrecognized symbols on coins issued by Herod Antipas. These symbols, a star and a cornucopia, occur only in a brief minting of coins dated to 33-34 CE. They are also suggestive of a belief in the coming "Day of the Lord", which would be good news for Jews. However, as they are well after the Sabbath of Jubilee years, the issue cannot be linked to that. However, it could be linked to the discovery of the Shroud of Turin which could be viewed as a positive sign that the "Day of the Lord" was eminent.
Now since it was admitted in 2005 by the man who had approved the Nature journal article dating the Shroud of Turin to the medieval period that maybe they did not do a careful enough review of the data, and in a 2019 article it is claimed that the raw data simply does not justify the conclusion drawn, and multiple other dating approaches all date to a 1st century date, might these coins be evidence that Herod Antipas knew of the Shroud?
Interestingly, greedy algorithms resemble how humans solve many simple problems without using much brainpower or with limited information. For instance, when working as cashiers and making change, a human naturally uses a greedy approach. You can state the make-change problem as paying a given amount (the change) using the least number of bills and coins among the available denominations.
During proposal defence and even viva evaluation, most of the student coined a terminology called "Base Paper"
Their everything comes from base paper i.e. Gap, theory, model and even methodology. How can one extract research gap by following the future recommendation of single so called 'base paper'
I want to produce button/coin shaped SDC electrolyte for SOFC.
1. May I know what is the most suitable support that can be easily remove from the SDC film after casting & drying process?
2. Should I punch/cut the SDC film into button/coin shaped after drying or after presintering process?
Insects came first of the earth of any human being. It is natural but pest is created/coined by the human being for their own interest. 75% of the world's animal species are insects.
A gramophone gets music or the spoken word back from incised grooves in a disk. The grooves were made by vibrations laid down as sound in matter. Is it possible that Nature left its imprint in matter such as rock and metals (e.g. coins) that could be retrieved as sound from the past? For example, battles, impact of meteors and asteroids in the K/T boundary, 66 million years ago?
I am looking at old coins and want to use reference spectra to get quantitative information about the coins. I believe I need spectra of known reference materials to do that, but I don't have any with the right collection of elements.
I want to synthesize Lithium ion battery/coin cell.For that i have to make electrodes using my materials.I want to ask can i use DMF as solvent in those slurries instead of DMSO ?
Some colleagues and I have been wondering how to get ahold of origins of certain facts that are these days just widely accepted.
For example, as we are researching on skin, we would like to find out who actually "discovered" the structure of the skin and therefore "coined" terms like stratum corneum, stratum granulosum, keratinocytes or fibroblasts.
This can of course be transferred to all other anatomy-related facts, like for example, who discovered the N. vagus and decided to call it that?
Is there a way of finding the original source of these things?
Thank you for your help!
The methods of mining the digital coin (Bitquin) are draining large amounts of energy. This energy is wasted without benefiting in development
Agribusiness is the business of agricultural production. The term was coined in 1957 by Goldberg and Davis. It includes agrichemicals, breeding, crop production (farming and contract farming), distribution, farm machinery, processing, and seed supply, as well as marketing and retail sales. All agents of the food and fiber value chain and those institutions that influence it are part of the agribusiness system.
India, with over 1.3 billion people, managed to win only two medals–one silver and a bronze – in the Rio Olympics 2016. In Asian Games 2018, its performance is very poor in comparison with China, Japan and South Korea.
There are some open problems begging for answers, including but not limited to:
· When a specific term was first coined?
· Who did coin a specific term?
· What if the coiner is not a celebrity?
· Did a specific term appear in any classified document first?
· Did a specific term appear in non-technical materials first?
· Did a specific term appear in non-text materials first?
· Was a specific English term borrowed from other languages?
· Does a specific English term tend to be the same in most languages?
We’re conducting a project on documenting the wear on a stamp used for countermarking roman coins during the reign of Augustus. The aim is to try and establish an overview of the movements of the Roman Legions XVII, XVIIII and XIX and their commander Quinctilius Varus in 9 AD, before being annihilated in the Battle of the Teutoburger Wald. Does anybody know about the application of high-resolution 3D-Scanning, preferably structured light, on the documentation of coins from any period? For more information (sorry, at the moment in German only) see here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcYZ1HPFYFW6WLzJecicVDQ and here: http://archaeologie.sachsen.de/5155.htm
Unusual clay rollers have been found in the excavations at Ban Chiang the use of which is unknown. The one pictured is about 70mm long by 30mm in diameter. Suggestions as to use include design stamping onto cloth, pottery, bark-cloth or even onto the bodies of the deceased. A further suggestion, that is of particular interest to me, is that by Folan and Hyde that they are part of an Accounting system.
Information on these can be found in the link below:
The Significance of Clay Rollers of the Ban Chiang Culture by Folan and Hyde
“…tokens forming part of … an accounting system..…..a precursor to writing…. and….. tokens representing various quantities of goods.”
However, the following link seems to disprove the “Accounting” theory as the rollers seem to be linked only with the burials of very young children.
Introduction to Ban Chiang Archaeological Site
“Among some of the children’s burials were some intricately carved baked clay rollers, the purpose of which is currently unknown. The carefully patterned rollers are from low-fire clay and are about 7-9cm long. They may have been used to add patterns to cloth or used as seals to make an ownership mark on other clay objects. The rollers were buried with children aged just 1 to 6, too young to have been artisans, but this must have been significant. No adult burials had rollers.”
There are a number of links on the Internet relating to the rollers but I can’t find anything new on the subject.
I would appreciate any information that would help to explain these rollers.