Fusion Gems are the product of two or more Gems (or half-Gems, who can fuse with both Gems and humans). Fusions are formed when the participants are emotionally harmonious with each other. This state can be spontaneous, but it is usually achieved deliberately through a synchronized dance. When Gems fuse, their bodies and minds become one. This creates an entirely different entity, as opposed to two minds sharing a single body
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Diffusion of innovations is a theory that seeks to explain how, why, and at what rate new ideas and technology spread. Rogers argues that diffusion is the process by which an innovation is communicated over time among the participants in a social system
LucioPro + Melody Pond. Melody Pond is at MAGFest 2017 (Official Event) in Washington DC this weekend! Stooooked! We team up with LucioPro to form Gem Fusion and sing about the insanely cute and epic animated series, Steven Universe. Be Wherever You Are" Steven Universe Cover Song.
Geo- and Material-Science on Gem-Minerals of Vietnam. mainly varieties of corundum, chrysoberyl, spinel, garnet, beryl, tourmaline, topaz, and zircon. 5) and carbon isotope (. 3 - . 3) signature of calcite show typical sedimentary signature. Kane, Robert E; Kammerling, Robert C (1992). Gem of the ocean Full in-house design and schedule facilities combined with a state of the art. Characterization of the material response in the granular ratcheting. May 20, 2005 - J. Howard, Nature 389, 561 (1997). 4 Conclusions A model for describing the diffusion phenomenon within the GEM foil was developed. It is assumed that all the water coming from the humidity condenses on the surface of solid-gas exchange, . the internal surface of the holes where the electronic avalanche will produce.
The Turing, or reaction-diffusion (RD), model is one of the best-known theoretical models used to explain self-regulated pattern formation in the developing animal embryo. Although its real-world relevance was long debated, a number of compelling examples have gradually alleviated much of the skepticism surrounding the model. Vol 329, Issue 5999 24 September 2010.
This article is about the generic concept of the time-dependent process. For other uses, see Diffusion (disambiguation). A diffusion is a process in physics. Some particles are dissolved in a glass of water. At first, the particles are all near one corner of the glass. In modern science, the first systematic experimental study of diffusion was performed by Thomas Graham. He studied diffusion in gases, and the main phenomenon was described by him in 1831–1833: gases of different nature, when brought into contact, do not arrange themselves according to their density, the heaviest undermost, and the lighter uppermost, but they spontaneously diffuse, mutually and equally, through each other, and so remain in the intimate state of mixture for any length of time.