!!!PLEASE HELP HE'S STILL ON THE RUN!!!

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 !!!MY SISTER’S EX BOYFRIEND TRIED TO KILL HER!!!

His name is Jose Torres, but i might be spelling it wrong. He mostly goes by “Eso”. He was last spotted running from the cops near Rhode Island College(RIC);  600 Mt Pleasant Ave, Providence, RI 02908 (sadly I don’t have a picture of him)

My Sister was on her way up to see our Grandmother since our Grandfather had just past away. She went inside to say hello leaving The ex in the car with the keys. She was only in there for about 10 mins and when she came out the car and him were gone. She asked to borrow our grandmothers Mini Van since she had left her phone in her car and she had a tracker on her phone leading it right to him. I don’t know the full story, but she was trying to get her keys back so she could take her car back but he ended up getting violent and beating my sister and NEARLY CHOKING HER TO DEATH. He smashed her car windows AND our Deceased Grandfathers Windows. He was said to NOT JUST BE DRINKING BUT ALSO ON A LOT OF DRUGS. He has a lot of felony’s from the past too. SO IF SPOTTED TO NOT APPROACH HIM. CALL 911 RIGHT AWAY. 

MY SISTER CAN’T EVEN GO BACK TO HER HOME OR ANYWHERE AS HE KNOWS WHERE SHE LIVES AND OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS. HE THREATEN TO SET BOTH OUR MOTHER AND ME ON FIRE IF WE WERE TO GET INTO THIS. SO PLEASE HELP OUT.

Providence Police Department

325 Washington St
Providence, RI
(401) 272-3121

!!PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD AND HELP!!

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The first electric motor was created on this day in 1821.

In 1820 Hans Christian Ørsted announced his discovery that the flow of an electric current through a wire produced a magnetic field around the wire. André-Marie Ampère followed on and showed that the magnetic force apparently was a circular one, producing in effect a cylinder of magnetism around the wire. No such circular force had ever before been observed.

In 1821 Michael Faraday set about trying to understand the work of Ørsted and Ampère, devising his own experiment using a small mercury bath. This device, which transformed electrical energy into mechanical energy, was the first electric motor.

This apparatus is the only original surviving example made by Faraday the following year after his discovery in 1822.

The motor features a stiff wire which hang down into a glass vessel which has a bar magnet secured at the bottom. The glass vessel would then be part filled with mercury (a metal that is liquid at room temperature and an excellent conductor). Faraday connected his apparatus to a battery, which sent electricity through the wire creating a magnetic field around it. This field interacted with the field around the magnet and caused the wire to rotate clockwise.

This discovery led Faraday to contemplate the nature of electricity. Unlike his contemporaries, he was not convinced that electricity was a material fluid that flowed through wires like water through a pipe. Instead, he thought of it as a vibration or force that was somehow transmitted as the result of tensions created in the conductor.

In Faraday’s scientific notebook he commented:

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1821 Sept 3

….continually turn round. Arranged a magnet needle in a glass tube with mercury about it and by a cork, water, etc. supported a connecting wire so that the upper end should go into the silver cup and its mercury and the lower move in the channel of mercury round the pole of the needle. The battery arranged with the wire as before. In this way got the revolution of the wire round the pole of the magnet. The direction was as follows, looking from the above down.

Very satisfactory, but make more sensible apparatus.

Tuesday Sept. 4

Apparatus for revolution of wire and magnet. A deep basin with a bit of wax at bottom and then filled with mercury, a Magnet stuck upright in wax so that pole just above surface of mercury, then piece of wire floated by cork, at lower end dipping into mercury and above into silver cup as before, and confined by wire or capillary attraction from leaving the M. Pole.

Faraday’s motor and scientific notebook can be found within the museum and archival collections of the Ri.

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