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If you're seeing this message, it means we're having trouble loading external resources on our website. And we talk about the word isotope in the chemistry playlist. But this number up here can change depending on the number of neutrons you have. And every now and then-- and let's just be clear-- this isn't like a typical reaction. So instead of seven protons we now have six protons. And a proton that's just flying around, you could call that hydrogen 1. If it doesn't gain an electron, it's just a hydrogen ion, a positive ion, either way, or a hydrogen nucleus. And so this carbon-14, it's constantly being formed. I've just explained a mechanism where some of our body, even though carbon-12 is the most common isotope, some of our body, while we're living, gets made up of this carbon-14 thing.
If you're behind a web filter, please make sure that the domains *.and *.are unblocked. And it has seven protons, and it also has seven neutrons. So the different versions of a given element, those are each called isotopes. So anyway, we have our atmosphere, and then coming from our sun, we have what's commonly called cosmic rays, but they're actually not rays. You can view them as just single protons, which is the same thing as a hydrogen nucleus. But every now and then one of those neutrons will bump into one of the nitrogen-14's in just the right way so that it bumps off one of the protons in the nitrogen and essentially replaces that proton with itself. But this number 14 doesn't go down to 13 because it replaces it with itself. And now since it only has six protons, this is no longer nitrogen, by definition. And that proton that was bumped off just kind of gets emitted. But this process-- and once again, it's not a typical process, but it happens every now and then-- this is how carbon-14 forms. You can essentially view it as a nitrogen-14 where one of the protons is replaced with a neutron. It makes its way into oceans-- it's already in the air, but it completely mixes through the whole atmosphere-- and the air. And plants are really just made out of that fixed carbon, that carbon that was taken in gaseous form and put into, I guess you could say, into kind of a solid form, put it into a living form. It gets put into plants, and then it gets put into the things that eat the plants. Well, the interesting thing is the only time you can take in this carbon-14 is while you're alive, while you're eating new things.
The so-called ‘academy’ has been publicly rejected and has generated much outrage in social media, boosted by the denouncement of local feminist organizations like Bolivar en Falda and Wiki Grillas, who received anonymous information reporting that the way Summer´s students were approaching women was in fact, sexual harassment.
As these organizations started to research on this report, they found out that Summer’s web page and social media were also plagued with plenty of racist and misogynist content, labeling Colombian women as “submissive” and “sweet” who “fuck with passion.” Moreover, he promotes his academy as a way to “have more choice in who you sleep with and date, and get a high-quality girlfriend or multiple fuckbuddies”. The Austen Summers “Medellín Immersion” program opens up the debate about tourism in Medellín and the problem of sexual exploitation of women and girls in the city.On his web page he states that there’s a person in charge of recording hidden camera footage of every ‘field trip’.Much of this footage ends up being published in the social media of Austen Summers, without the consent of the women in it, involves Summers and his crew indicating that they were expelled from EAFIT University, presumably because of sexual harassment accusations.Summers teaches.” These ideas are not only violent by themselves, but also reinforce the stereotype that women are supposed to obey men without objection., Colombia had 750 femicides and more than 16,000 cases of sexual violence in 2017.