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we are what we are , many will try to change the real you. be like weather, it gives you a fake view until it hits the system. this is our first day so will keep it short by saying hie guys. next time with love
No Physics, no life!
You probably experience physics every day, in fact every second of your life. From eating your breakfast up to going to sleep. Basically my point is, without the presence of Physics, we would be a stranger to life.
Learning about Physics is very fundamental to our way of living. These are some of the reasons why you need to;
- Makes you aware of how things work
- You improve your problem-solving
- Makes you use your Mathematical skills
- Gives you good job opportunities
This subject by itself is very intriguing as it reveals interesting facts about life.
Information(interesting facts) on how the world works, such as why you weigh less on the moon than on earth.
Physics answers your prolonged questions about life.
Like how cats always land on their feet when they fall or how you would be better off surviving from an explosion of a grenade on land than underwater, crazy right?
Lets face it, there is no denying that Physics is a wired subject however its weirdness is what makes it enjoyable to learn.
If you love Mathematics, its very unlikely that you will hate Physics.
More importantly, Physics can open various job opportunities for you. Some of these are;
Conclusively, Physics is the foundation of life and you and I are involved in it in many more ways than you know.
That is why learning it will be very exciting and beneficial. Now ask yourself, would there there be life without Physics? Would you even have been able to read this article if there was no Physics?
With a production since independence in 1980 of over 400 tonnes of gold from several thousand shear quartz vein-based small mines located on lines of ancient workings, Zimbabwe is generally considered to be a country of small gold deposits. However, to fully understand the mineralisation and nature of ore bodies in Zimbabwe, the history of exploration and mining, as well as current understanding of the nature of gold deposits and controls on mineralisation and future trends of exploration should be considered.
Miners in Zimbabwe rarely estimate reserves more than two years ahead of production. Consequently, resources of the majority of mines remain unknown. Although monthly production returns from such mines would tend to suggest that they are small deposits, in many instances total production at the end of the life of the mine or after further exploration, show that several small mines could in fact be large deposits. Some of the arguments for classifying Zimbabwe as a country of small deposits include the fact that well explored Archaean Cratons such as the Superior Province in Canada and Yilgarn in Australia have linear greenstone belts hosting world-class gold deposits associated with crustal scale shear zones, whereas the Zimbabwe Craton has arcuate greenstone belts with gold deposits in localised shear zones. Canadian and Australian greenstone belthosted gold deposits are also associated with wide alteration zones, while the Zimbabwean ones have narrow alteration halos.