
Political and Economic Differences Between the Central Powers and the Allied Powers 
by Krysole in Culture & Society 

Over 10 million soldiers died during World War I. The political and
economic structure of the warring parties fueled these deaths by spurring
the war on and produced the destructive weapons that killed so many people.
One one side of the conflict were the Allied powers, composed primarily of
Britain, France, the U.S. and imperial Russia before the Communist
Revolution. They fought the Central powe


Who Were the Central Powers & Allied Powers in WWII? 
by Vijayant Singh in Culture & Society 

The Allied Powers fought the Central Powers first in World War I and then
continued the fighting decades later in World War II. The Allies kept their
name and added several new countries to their ranks while the Central
Powers mostly kept the same countries, but they came to be called the Axis
Powers in World War II. Central Powers or Axis PowersThe original
Central Powers of World War I were G

How to Use PSI Powers 
by mkmitch in Culture & Society 

Psionic energy is energy that can be channeled and controlled using the
mind. It can be used and manipulated to do a variety of different things.
Anybody can have psionic powers and can learn to manipulate this energy
through their body. The most basic form of psionic manipulation is the
creation of a psi ball. A psi ball is a ball of condensed energy that can
be formed by using your hands.Difficu

What Powers Does the UN Have? 
by sjwaste in Culture & Society 

The United Nations is an international organization founded by 51 countries
in 1945, at the end of the Second World War. The main purpose of the UN is
to foster cooperation and friendly relationships between the nations of the
world in order to avoid future conflicts and promote the welfare of all
people. Toward these ends, the UN's members have granted it a number of
powers, which operate through

How to Use Ki Powers 
by Tom Berthon in Hobbies, Games & Toys 

"Dragonball Z: Budokai" is a fighting game for the Sony PlayStation 2 in
which players can become their favorite characters from the "Dragonball Z"
television series and fight against friends or computer opponents. When
fighting, players can build up a mystical energy known as "Ki" and release
it on their enemies. If you wish to use Ki power, you can do so
easily.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Att

Powers of the FCC 
by mitry in Legal 

Created in 1934 by the Communications Act, the Federal Communications
Commission, or FCC, is the government agency tasked with overseeing and
regulating interstate and international communications transmitted through
television, wire, satellite, radio and cable. The primary functions of the
FCC include promulgating communication regulations, issuing broadcast
licenses and investigating complaints.

How to Use Powers of Ten 
by Luciano Campos in Education 

It is often convenient to express large numbers in scientific notation
using powers of 10 when working with large numbers. For example, Proxima
Centauri, the star closest to our own sun is about 39,900,000,000,000 km
away. The number can be written using scientific notation as 3.99 * 10^13
km. Powers of 10 make calculations economical as well as simpler. Just
imagine trying to write the ratio of d

How to Add Powers 
by ondrej in Education 

Powers or exponents are mathematical shorthand for how many times a number
needs to be multiplied by itself. For example, 7 to the power of 2 equals 7
times 7, or 49. Powers or exponents are displayed as small numbers or
superscripts positioned to the top right of a number. Becoming proficient
on how to add powers is critical for mastering advanced mathematical topics
at the level of algebra or ab

Powers of the Eye 
by cautionsign in Health 

During the routine of everyday sight, it may be easy to take for granted
what a complex machine the human eye actually is. Equipped with multiple
layers of exquisite mechanisms, the eye absorbs incoming light and reforms
it into the intelligible image. While most aspects of the eye's power are
connected to its function, other beliefs and, possibly, superstitions
afford the eye an entirely differen

What Are Powers of Ten? 
by LadyCoconut in Education 

The powers of 10 form a set of mathematical notations that allow you to
express any number as a product of multiples of 10. Noting numbers in the
powers of 10 is a useful way for engineers, mathematicians and students
alike to write down very large numbers (or small numbers) instead of having
to write a lot of zeros in a row. For example, 5,000 is equal to 5
multiplied by 1,000, or using the power

