Air flow induced by waste flow into drain. Note that, within the limits of the assumption, a smaller wastewater pipe flowing at an equivalent volumetric flow rate will induce a greater airflow and cause greater emissions due to its higher linear velocity. Note also that slightly greater emissions will occur on cooler days because more moles of denser ambient air will be drawn in it is assumed that this air will come to thermal equilibrium with the wastewater before it escapes from the system. The calculation results are presented in Table
On this beautiful Sunday morning, America is at war, as our national leaders repeatedly remind us. Peacemaking has practically disappeared from the national radar screen and our television screens.
Calls to get tougher militarily have risen to such a pitch that the leading candidates for leading this country sound like rival boot camp drill instructors War is in the saddle and riding relentlessly with the other three horsemen of apocalypse. Whatever the outcome of our presidential election, the war in Iraq will still be booming the next day.
War between Israelis and Palestinians will still be exploding. Russians and Chechens will still be killing each other.
Pakistan and India will still be rattling nuclear weapons at each other. Civil wars in Africa will still be destroying entire societies.
And here at home, there is a virtual civil war between patriots who support the war in Iraq and patriots who oppose the war in Iraq. Furious battles have erupted between veterans refighting the Vietnam war. One of the most startling scenes last week was a wire service photo of a burly man in Pennsylvania grabbing another burly man by the throat.
When was it ever a good time? Twenty years ago, when this church was dedicated as a peace site, the United States and the Soviet Union were locked in a Cold War death-grip.
There were simmering tensions over a Soviet jet shooting down a Korean airliner whose casualty list included a US congressman, over US moves to put a new generation of nuclear missiles in Europe aimed at Moscow, over rumors and reports of spies amidst us and plots against us, over our president calling the Soviet Union the evil empire.
We lived each day minutes away from potential doomsday. This church, with other institutions in Montclair, played an historic role in helping to change that.
Some of you may remember the Soviet visitors who spoke at a public meeting here in Fletcher Hall in Outside on Church Street there was a picket line of angry anticommunists, who shouted that talking with the enemy was traitorous.
Where is the John Birch Society these days, any way? The citizen diplomacy campaign that arose in communities across America and the Soviet Union successfully defused the emotional landmines of the Cold War.
By reaching out to people here to work together to reach out to people over there to work together to prevent nuclear war. Hundreds of peace sites were dedicated across the United States and in other countries, hosting an astonishing array of activities.
The exchange visit in March by Soviet citizens, who were hosted by community groups from Bergen County to Cape May, sparked an amazing transformation in attitudes, which led to more exchanges. Montclair gained a sister city in Russia, Cherepovets. So many personal friendships and professional relationships grew from those citizen exchanges that we could fill this hall if there were a reunion.
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They radically overestimated the role of military assertiveness while underestimating the value of other, subtler measures. It took four decades of patient engagement to bring down the Iron Curtain, and 10 years of deft diplomacy to turn chaotic, post-Soviet states into stable, pro-Western democracies.
To achieve the same in the Middle East will require similar engagement, patience, and luck. In a recent letter to the editor in the Herald News, Fahmy wrote: God created us not to kill each other, but to love and to cherish and to help each other in this disadvantaged world.
Tolerance cries out to be heard. One way to bolster tolerance is to bring disputing parties to live for awhile in New Jersey. We have people from all over the world living side by side in this state.
We have a vibrant history of outreach to other parts of the world via student exchanges, cultural exchanges, and international business relationships.
And, for good measure, this is where peace sites grew from an idea proposed by a concerned citizen, Lou Kousin of Cranford, into an international network of community centers for fostering peaceful solutions.
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