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The United States has been a representative democracy since the ratification of the U.S. Constitution in 1788—although the electoral tradition began during the colonial era and had its roots in British history. This book discusses the nature of the modern American electoral process and how it works at the federal, state, and local levels. The process, complicated and sometimes confusing, has evolved to ensure universal suffrage to all men and women who are U.S. citizens 18 years of age or older.
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In 1916, the year after the final formulation of the field equations of general relativity, Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves. He found that the linearized weak-field equations had wave solutions: transverse waves of spatial strain that travel at the speed of light, generated by time variations of the mass quadrupole moment of the source [1,2]. Einstein understood that gravitational-wave amplitudes would be remarkably small; moreover, until the Chapel Hill conference in 1957 there was significant debate about the physical reality of gravitational waves 
To demonstrate the physical reality of gravitational waves, consider the example system of the previous section. We will concentrate our attention on three of the test masses, one chosen arbitrarily from the plane, along with its nearest neighbors in the +x and +y directions. Imagine that we have equipped the mass at the vertex of this “L” with a lamp that can be made to emit very brief pulses of light. Imagine also that the two masses at the ends of the “L” are ﬁtted with mirrors aimed so that they will return the ﬂashes of light back toward the vertex mass.
In 1918 Einstein published the paper ÜBER GRAVITATIONSWELLEN  in which, for the ﬁrst time, the effect of gravitational waves was calculated, resulting in his famous “quadrupole formula” (QF). Einstein was forced to this publication due to a serious error in his 1916 paper , where he had developed the linear approximation (“weak- ﬁeld”) scheme to solve the ﬁeld equations of general relativity (GR). In analogy to electrodynamics, where accelerated charges emit electromagnetic waves, the linearized theory creates gravitational waves, popagating with the speed of light in the (background) Minkowski space-time. A major difference: Instead of a dipole moment, now a quadrupole moment is needed. Thus sources of gravitational waves are objects like a “rotating dumbbell”, e. g. realized by a binary star system.
some Facebook employee was foolish enough to leave his or her screen just open enough for anyone to see and take pictures of, which is exactly what someone did. The reason? Facebook Messenger for OS X. Such an app does not yet exist for public consumption, but it's allegedly something that Facebook is working on—or so the photograph sent to TechCrunch indicates.