* An Hour Of Bliss by irockutah Enjoying the moment and capturing it too. An hour of bliss in an otherwise chaotic world. A blend of images shot during an hour of the Perseid meteor shower few weeks back.
* Baudelaire: ‘The dead, the poor dead, have their bad hours.’
But the dead have no watches, no grief and no hours.
At first not smoking took all my time: I did it
a little by little and hour by hour.
Per diem. Pro bono. Cui bono? Pro rata.
But the poor use English. Off and on. By the hour.
‘I’m sorry but we’ll have to stop now.’ There tick but
fifty minutes in the psychoanalytic hour.
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Are companies allowed to leave a 5 hour gap before hydrating in a factory environment for a 11 hour shift?
YES in the UK. Employment laws state you have a 20 minute break in each 6 hour shift. There is no right to have water breaks.
look at the superstores, Tesco, M&S, do you see the staff at the tills drinking water? They work the same shifts as you.
this hydrating nonsense came in a few years ago when bottled water became popular, now everyone carries them like a babies dummy. Before this we had to go somewhere and buy a drink.
They are keeping well within the law.
btw, Ever seen a Doctor or a Nurse carrying a water bottle, Firefighter, road sweeper ?
Nope....look about five down. That is a clear OSHA violation. One phone call would pull an inspector in and the company will be installing water fountains.
Here are your options:
What state? Break laws are by state. None that I know of specify what breaks can be for. None that I know of specify that people need to get hydration breaks at specific points.
Law says break every 4 hours and 5 minutes for every hour worked
Do you agree with liberals that we need a $15/hour minimum wage so that more low-skill laborers will be out of a job? Why not $20/hour?
We need a higher minimum wage to bring the buying power of minimum wage workers back up to 1960s levels. That would be good for the economy. The unemployment numbers are good. Now is the time for the raise.
because it would hurt small businesses. It would impact leading taxes to go higher, things costing more and layoff on jobs.
One word: Inflation
40% of fast food workers receive some form of government assistance like food stamps. That means that taxpayers are subsidizing their income through our taxes. Wouldn't it be better for McDonald's to pay their employees a living wage and you and I could get another tax cut that would offset any hit to inflation? Why is that difficult to understand?
So, it's alright for those that don't make a livable wage, to live on welfare, half of Wal-Mart's employees are receiving some kind of aide. Whether it be welfare, food stamps, or Medicaid.
"So that more low-skill laborers will be out of job"? You're a moron, a total buffoon. You clearly don't understand the macroeconomic or microeconomic long-run or short-run effects of raising the minimum wage. If you did, you wouldn't be regurgitating such nonsensical buIIshit you stole from others who understand economics as little as you do. I'd enlighten you, but I spent about $60,000 in tuition getting my enlightenment, so I'm not handing it out for free. How's that for economics? Oh, that's right. You don't know. Well, how about "I'm not casting my pearls before swine" instead? Hmm, I'm not you'll get that either, so just to be clear, my pearls are my hard-earned wisdom and you're the proverbial swine.
Yes, I agree the minimum wage should be $15 an hour, no, I don’t agree with your fantasy.
All Progressives do agree that minimum wage should be 15 dollars an hour. Many may know that it will put more low skill workers out of a job. Those that know it, believe that putting low skill worker out of a job is a good thing. That way they will need more government workers and more people on welfare. As well as more dependable Democratic voters. A win-win for them.
Nope. Leave it up to the states and keep the Federal Min. Wage as is.
I agree that liberal are trashbags.
If one theoretically entered a black hole, stayed there for an hour and came back out, would time have changed more than an hour in earth?
You can't emerge from a black hole, but more time would've passed on Earth.
If it were possilbe - yes. As you near a gravitational source, time for you slows... A black hole has gravity strong enough that not even light can escape, so it stands to reason that time nearly stops.
So... imagine. You’re in a science-fiction ship, nearing a black hole. At the event horizon, you feel your heartbeat, check your watch, and it’s ticking away like normal... but, when you look out into the cosmos - you’re seeing the whole universe seeming to age and die in what for you is a very short time.
And - all the radiation, light, and debris from all the events in the universe will come flooding in on you seemingly all at once - pretty much frying you where you are... But, say you move away from the black hole - and *much* time has passed.
We don’t know about time effects within the event horizon; there’s theories, but no information escapes so... we don’t know. We *can* deduce what it’s like as you near the event horizon, however. (It’s a pretty scary place...)
You can't escape a black hole, nothing can, not dark energy, not light, not anything that exists, I reckon the only way that black holes ever let out their contents is when they all smash together at the end of one universe, and the start of another, the big bang, or that's the big bounce theory. What goes up, must come down. Anyway, no time exists in a black hole because nothing can happen, it's all just super dense mass, the electron stops revolving around the nucleus and collapses, taking away almost all of the volume, but not the mass. It's hard to say what happens in it, but the answer is you would get crushed to the size of a speck of dust, or smaller, and that would be that.
There is a lot to take in from relativity.
Black holes are incredibly massive even though they cover a small region. Because of the relationship between mass and gravity, this means they have an extremely powerful gravitational force.
we know that the stronger the gravitational field of an object, the more the space around the object is warped This effect is called gravitational time dilation.
Now General relativity says light has no mass, is constant and travels in a straight line so how does gravity effect light?Well it’s a bit more complicated than that.
Einstein discovered straight lines are no longer straight if exposed to a strong gravitational field; instead, they are curved.
Since light ordinarily travels on a straight-line path, light follows a curved path if it passes through a strong gravitational field.This is what is meant by "curved space,"and this is why light becomes trapped in a black hole.
First up if we watch someone approaching a black hole we would never actually see them enter past the event horizon. Because time for that person slows down and stops (at the event horizon).
So if we did wait till the person crossed the event horizon, an enormous amount of time would have elapsed for our observer - and for people back on earth.
In fact on earth it would be the "end of time" Earth and the whole universe would have ceased to exist.
You can't enter a black hole and come out, ever.
No. When you went inside the black hole you would enenter relative time, but when you came out you would re-enter normals time
No, not by just one hour, but an entire age. It's a Historical Change. Time may change due to the changes in the black hole rather than because someone entered it and came out. If the universe is the clock-face showing time, then the black hole is the pendulum bob, swinging to and fro. When the black hole swings from one pole to the next, the age passes from one to the next, and this is predictable.
HOW would you know an hour had passed. in the black hole. Gravity SLOWS TIME DOWN. CENTURIES or even THOUSANDS of years could have passed on Earth. once you went beyond the EVENT HOROZON OF the black hole. The event horizon OF the black hole is WHERE time STOPS AND becomes eternity, infinity.. This is assuming you were not spaghettified and stretched to death while going through the even horizon OF the black hole.
No. The only time we know is the time system we created. There is only one type of hour, the hour we know of on Earth. So, an hour, 60 minutes, in a black hole would mean an hour of existence on Earth has also passed.