Do all oceans connect to each other?
In the past there was no need to connect computers, but to your point. YES! The computer you used to post this data on the internet is connected to millions of routers, hosts,… and servers. The "internet" known by technicians as TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol) is the most widely used form of data transfer. There is an unlimited amount of ways to do this but all computers must agree on the same set of rules before transfering any data. A prime example of the possibilitys of the internet is Remote Desktop Connection . You can do some research into this to discover more.
Yes, the world's oceans are all connected.
The Hyoid Bone The hyoid bone (Lingual Bone) is a bone in the human neck that does not articulate with any other bone. It is suspended by some of the ligaments and muscles of… the neck and in turn supports the root of the tongue. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_only_bone_in_the_human_body_that_is_not_connected_to_another_bone#ixzz27d70bhFn
As with any structure, the human body is built upon a framework that is constructed to carry out a wide range of functions. The bones, ligaments, and tendons are each essentia…l parts of the human framework, integrated into a mechanism, the skeleton, that is crucial to the movement, stability, protection, and growth of the entire body. There are approximately 206 bones in the human body. Bones generally act as connective tissue within the body. All bones are composed primarily of the mineral compound, calcium phosphate, which is a very hard substance, with a lesser amount of collagen (a protein). For this reason, bone is structured as a relatively brittle matrix, although the softer collagen cells lend some degree of elasticity when a bone sustains trauma. Not all bones possess the same characteristics, nor do all bones fulfill the same purpose within the skeleton. Because bone is a hard, white, and seemingly sterile object, it is perhaps difficult to regard the human skeleton as an organism. The bones, ligaments, and tendons are not only a coordinated frame upon which human muscles and organs are attached and contained, the skeleton and the rest of the body are an interconnected biological device. Ligaments are the skeletal components that connect bones to other bones to create a joint, a flexible structure that is capable of movement and of bearing both weight and external forces applied to it. Ligaments are made of collagen, formed into short, fibrous bands. All of the body ligaments are important to efficient physical movement. However, the ligaments that are of special significance are the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), the connector between the femur and the tibia (lower leg bone) essential to knee function, and the ulnar cruciate ligament (UCL), an elbow structure essential to the success of any baseball pitcher. Tendons have a similar construction to that of ligaments: they are strong, fiber-like connectors. However, rather than connecting bone to bone, tendons connect muscle to bone, providing stability and a significant degree of resistance to external forces. Large tendons such as the Achilles tendon, which connects the gastroceus (calf muscle) and the calcaneus (heel bone), are able to withstand force due to the flexing qualities of the supple collagen that forms a large portion of the tendon structure. As with an ACL or UCL injury, a tear or rupture of the Achilles tendon is a debilitating occurrence. There are two types of bones: cortical bones and cancellous bones. Cortical bone has a denser, more compact structure than does the cancellous bone, and comprises the greater proportion of the skeleton mass. Most of the longer bones in the body are cortical, such as the femur (thigh bone). The long bones are hollow, and the center of the bone is filled with a substance known as yellow marrow. At the end of each long bone is an area known as the epiphysis, which is usually composed of cancellous bone cells; the marrow in this portion of the long bones is red marrow. Ligaments hold the bones together. They stretch from one bone over a joint to another bone. By ligaments.
The question you ask is based on a physical limited point of view, that is based on your body. So I will answer in two stages. \n. \nStage 1 limited view:\nSoul returns to re…pay debts made in previous lives, what we call love in this world is for the most part hooks created by our previous debts to each other( out to 5 generations).\nYou will find that relationships disolve when the debt is paid.\nThis can only be done by purposely loosing to the other.\nThis is why some relationships are war zones, parties pulled together by debt to each other (both have debts) but are both unwilling to pay (loose), a war results. When any one partner repays, then that partner is set free.\n. \nStage 2 full view:\nWe are all connected, we are all soul-mates, we are more closely connected to each other than we are to what we did an hour ago. No need to search for your soul-mate it is everyone.\n. \nProof, is always and only based on the full Bible - in its original form. We are told that everything we have lived will be fully and completely shared, this means FULLY as that person lived it, clearer than we can remember what we did an hour ago. \nWe will not hindered by our human brain and human limits there.
The easiest way is through a broadband ethernet cable. These look like a telephone cable, but they are a little bit wider at the head. These will plug into the back of virtual…ly all computers. A more common way is wirelessly. One computer will be attached to a router, which in turn sends wireless signals to another computer within a certain radius. The second computer, if equipped with a wireless adapter to receive that signal, will then obtain it and then be connected.
Yes, a lot of people would be happier if it was called the World or Global Ocean .
yes but i don't know how. maybe while your walking press a button and it might connect ( i found this out from the commercial.
they use the same set of nucleotides.
Bones are all connected to one another. They are not connected bone to bone, though. The bones are connected to each other throughout the body by joints.
Nuts and bolts, machine screws, sheet metal screws, weld, pressfit, but mostly nuts and bolts.
In the human heart, each atrium is connected to the ventricle onthe same side, but the two sides if the heart are separate.