The Big Bang Theory Cast

The Big Bang Theory is a show with a growing acceptance. This television sitcom is about four highly intelligent co-workers at a science university, who live their personal lives in the fantasy world of science fiction television, comic books, and video games. More specifically the two principal characters are Leonard and Sheldon, who live across …

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The Locus of Control Theory

The Locus of Control Theory postulates that every human being has a “place”- the locus where he/she feels the control of his/her life rests; this place or locus of control can either be internal or external; and it is this position that creatively determines how much “in control” an individual feels about his/her life.  People …

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Information Systems Theory 101

“The first on-line, real-time, interactive, data base system was double-entry bookkeeping which was developed by the merchants of Venice in 1200 A.D.” – Bryce’s Law   Systems work is not as hard as you might think. However, we have a tendency in this business to complicate things by changing the vocabulary of systems work and …

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The Theory of Diversity

We are living in a new economy in our world today, placing incredible demands on businesses and their employees. Hours are being cut, pay is slashed, unemployment is higher and, along with this poor economy, so many other critical fundamentals of society are being affected in negative ways. It requires us to adjust our financial …

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Band Theory – Semiconductors

Electrical resistivity is a term used to describe the extent to which a material resists the flow of electric charges through it. Alternatively, electrical conductivity is the ability of a material to conduct electricity and is given as the reciprocal of resistivity.  A material that has very low electrical conductivity is said to be a …

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