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What makes a medium?
Clairvoyance or “clear seeing”, is the ability to see anything that is not physically present, such as objects, animals or people. This sight occurs “in the mind’s eye”. Some mediums say that this is their normal vision state. Others say that they must train their minds with such practices as meditation in order to achieve this ability, and that assistance from spiritual helpers is often necessary. Some clairvoyant mediums can see a spirit as though the spirit has a physical body.
They see the bodily form as if it were physically present. Other mediums see the spirit in their mind’s eye, or it appears as a movie or a television programme or a still picture like a photograph in their mind. Clairaudience or “clear hearing”, is usually defined as the ability to hear the voices or thoughts of spirits
What three things can act as a medium? Gases (like air), liquids (such as water), and solids (such as ropes) can all act as mediums.
What is a list of mediums?
A list of mediums is given below. (i) wood (ii) water (iii) air (iv) vacuum In which of these mediums can sound travel?
How do waves relate to energy?
To summarise, waves carry energy. The amount of energy they carry is related to their frequency and their amplitude. The higher the frequency, the more energy, and the higher the amplitude, the more energy. You can make these patterns yourself with the activity Investigating waves and energy . Nature of science The illustrations in this article are models of waves. A model is a representation of an object, idea, system or process.
Learning to make sense of models and diagrams is part of the science capability ‘Interpret representations’.
What causes a wave in physics?
How do waves reach such extreme heights? Other than unusual causes, such as when earthquakes produce tsunami waves, most huge waves are caused simply by interactions between the wind and the surface of the water. The wind pushes up against the surface of the water and transfers energy to the water in the process. The stronger the wind, the more energy transferred.
As waves start to form, a larger surface area becomes in contact with the wind, and even more energy is transferred from the wind to the water, thus creating higher waves. Intense storms create the fastest winds, kicking up massive waves that travel out from the origin of the storm. Longer-lasting storms and those storms that affect a larger area of the ocean create the biggest waves since they transfer more energy.
The cycle of the tides from the Moon’s gravitational pull also plays a small role in creating waves.