No they are not oscillators. Rings is a resonator, or a filter bank that makes sounds in response to being triggered or putting an external sound into it. In practice, they are different from oscillators because oscillators are constantly creating a single tone, whereas these create sound based on a trigger or input.
We have 1. Sigh. My saltiness is very high. Citizens of fear societies such as North Korea that is, societies in which individuals cannot enter into a public space and freely speak their minds without fear of physical harm can be divided into three groups. On one side are true believers, those who genuinely support the regime and believe in its official ideology. On the other are dissidents, who are disaffected with their regime and willing to pay the often terrible price of publicly opposing it..
The setup is essentially the same as it ever was. Two turntables, a mixer, and speakers. You just add a computer to the chain, and instead of playing directly off the record, the software allows you to assign a digital file to the “record” that’s spinning on each turntable.
“I have always taken pride in my personal conduct,” Zimmerman, who has not spoken publicly about the report, said in a statement. “While I am not a litigious person, I felt it was necessary to file this suit to restore my reputation and to hold Al Jazeera accountable for its actions. The suit speaks for itself, and I have no plans to discuss this any further.”.
2) The president can just create a new military service on his own. The 1967 Outer Space Treaty states that no nation can claim territory in space, nixing the usual rationale for a troop presence. It also prevents the placement of nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction in orbit.
Not believing in God could make it harder to get a job, though that would of course require a would be employer to be aware of a candidate’s nontheistic beliefs. The study on distrust of atheists cited above also found that issues of faith carry over to hiring decisions. In a survey, researchers found that respondents significantly preferred religious candidates for jobs that were considered high trust, while they marginally preferred nonbelievers for low trust jobs, like servers..
If my comment make you this upset, you must be one sensitive and fragile person. Grow up. Be offended all you want. Boynton et al. Note, in the references that they cite arguing against implicit bias, that there may be phenomena such as individual choice that may result in such disparities. This may be true.