The dot-com bubble (also referred to as the Internet bubble and the Information Technology Bubble) was a speculative bubble covering roughly 1995–2000 (with a climax on March 10, 2000, with the NASDAQ peaking at 5132.52 in intraday trading before closing at 5048.62) during which stock markets in industrialized nations saw their equity value rise rapidly from growth in the Internet sector and related fields.
Dot-com bubbleInformation technology managementHistory of the InternetEconomic disasters in the United States2000s economic historyOnline companies1990s fads and trendsInternet terminologyElectronic commerce1990s economic historyEconomic bubblesHistory of the United States (1991–present)
A logic gate is an idealized or physical device implementing a Boolean function, that is, it performs a logical operation on one or more logic inputs and produces a single logic output. Depending on the context, the term may refer to an ideal logic gate, one that has for instance zero rise time and unlimited fan-out, or it may refer to a non-ideal physical device.
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An economic bubble (sometimes referred to as a speculative bubble, a market bubble, a price bubble, a financial bubble, a speculative mania or a balloon) is "trade in high volumes at prices that are considerably at variance with intrinsic values". It could also be described as a trade in products or assets with inflated values.
Economic bubbleEnglish phrasesUnited States housing bubbleSystemic Risk - Behavioral & Social FacetsFinancial crisesBusiness failuresEconomic problemsBusiness cycleEconomic bubbles
Speech balloons (also speech bubbles, dialogue balloons or word balloons) are a graphic convention used most commonly in comic books, comic strips and cartoons to allow words (and much less often, pictures) to be understood as representing the speech or thoughts of a given character in the comic.
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Carbonation is the process of dissolving carbon dioxide in water. The process usually involves carbon dioxide under high pressure. When the pressure is reduced, the carbon dioxide is released from the solution as small bubbles, which cause the solution to "fizz. " This effect is seen in carbonated soft drinks. Carbonation can also describe a chemical reaction, one example of which is a key step in photosynthesis.
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United States housing bubble
The United States housing bubble is an economic bubble affecting many parts of the United States housing market in over half of American states. Housing prices peaked in early 2006, started to decline in 2006 and 2007, and reached new lows in 2012. On December 30, 2008 the Case-Shiller home price index reported its largest price drop in its history. Increased foreclosure rates in 2006–2007 among U.S.
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Real estate bubble
A real estate bubble or property bubble (or housing bubble for residential markets) is a type of economic bubble that occurs periodically in local or global real estate markets. It is characterized by rapid increases in valuations of real property such as housing until they reach unsustainable levels and then decline.
Real estate bubbleEconomic bubblesReal estate bubblesEconomic problems
Sparkling wine production
There are four main methods of sparkling wine production. The first is simple injection of carbon dioxide (CO2), the process used in soft drinks, but this produces big bubbles that dissipate quickly in the glass. The second is the Metodo Charmat, created by a French vine grower in Saint-Pourçain-sur-Sioule, in which the wine undergoes a secondary fermentation in bulk tanks, and is bottled under pressure.
Sparkling wine productionProduction and manufacturingSparkling winesOenology
A bubble is a globule of one substance in another, usually gas in a liquid. Due to the Marangoni effect, bubbles may remain intact when they reach the surface of the immersive substance.
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A spirit level or bubble level is an instrument designed to indicate whether a surface is horizontal (level) or vertical. Different types of spirit levels may be used by carpenters, stonemasons, bricklayers, other building trades workers, surveyors, millwrights and other metalworkers, and in some photographic or videographic work. Original spirit levels had two banana-shaped curved glass vials at each viewing point and were much more complicated to use.
Spirit levelGeodesyWoodworking measuring instrumentsInclinometersSurveying
Bubbles (The Wire)
Reginald "Bubbles" Cousins is a fictional character on the HBO drama The Wire, played by actor Andre Royo. Bubbles is a recovering heroin addict. His real name is not revealed until a fourth-season episode when he is called "Mr. Cousins" and in the fifth-season premiere when he is called "Reginald". Bubbles has a son named KeyShawn, who lives with his mother.
Bubbles (The Wire)The Wire (TV series) charactersFictional characters introduced in 2002Fictional criminalsFictional characters based on real peopleFictional African-American peopleFictional versions of real people
Vesicular texture is a volcanic rock texture characterised by a rock being pitted with many cavities (known as vesicles) at its surface and inside. The texture is often found in extrusive aphanitic, or glassy, igneous rock. These vesicles form during the extrusion of magma to the surface; as the pressure decreases dissolved, magmatic gases are able to come out of solution, forming gas bubbles (the cavities) in the magma.
Stephen Root (born November 17, 1951) is an American actor and former voice actor. He is best known for his comedic work on the TV sitcom NewsRadio, in the film Office Space and as the voices of Bill Dauterive and Buck Strickland in the animated series King of the Hill. He has also won acclaim for his occasional dramatic roles.
Stephen RootPeople from FloridaLiving peoplePeople from Sarasota, FloridaUniversity of Florida alumni1951 birthsAmerican film actorsAmerican voice actorsActors from FloridaAmerican television actors
Barney Bubbles (born Colin Fulcher, July 30, 1942 - November 14, 1983) was a radical English graphic artist whose work encompassed graphic design and music video direction. Bubbles, who also sketched and painted privately, is best known for his distinctive contribution to the design practices associated with the British independent music scene of the 1970s and 1980s. His record sleeves, laden with symbols and riddles, were his most recognisable output.
Barney BubblesPeople with bipolar disorder1983 deathsDesigners who committed suicideAlbum-cover and concert-poster artistsHawkwindEnglish music video directorsEnglish designers1942 birthsArtists who committed suicidePsychedelic artists
Stock market bubble
A stock market bubble is a type of economic bubble taking place in stock markets when market participants drive stock prices above their value in relation to some system of stock valuation. Behavioral finance theory attributes stock market bubbles to cognitive biases that lead to groupthink and herd behavior. Bubbles occur not only in real-world markets, with their inherent uncertainty and noise, but also in highly predictable experimental markets.
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In nuclear engineering, the void coefficient (more properly called "void coefficient of reactivity") is a number that can be used to estimate how much the reactivity of a nuclear reactor changes as voids (typically steam bubbles) form in the reactor moderator or coolant. Reactivity, in the nuclear engineering sense (not to be confused with chemical reactivity), measures the degree of change in neutron multiplication in a reactor core.
Void coefficientNuclear safety
Fluid inclusions are microscopic bubbles of liquid and gas that are trapped within crystals. As minerals often form from a liquid or aqueous medium, tiny blebs of that liquid can become trapped within the crystal structure or in healed fractures within a crystal. These small inclusions range in size from 0.1 to 1 mm and are usually only visible in detail by microscopic study. These inclusions occur in a wide variety of environments.
George C. Paterson
George Cornell "Bubbles" Paterson (May 10, 1891 – November 29, 1945) was an American football player and engineer. He played center for the University of Michigan Wolverines football teams coached by Fielding H. Yost from 1911 to 1913. He was selected as an All-American in 1913.
George C. PatersonMichigan Wolverines football players1891 births1945 deaths
John W. Bubbles
John William Sublett (February 19, 1902 in Louisville, Kentucky - May 18, 1986 in New York City), known by his stage name John W. Bubbles, was an American vaudeville performer, dancer, singer and entertainer.
John W. BubblesAfrican American musiciansAmerican tap dancers1986 deathsVaudeville performers1902 births
Mike Smith (actor)
Mike Smith (born August 27, 1972) is a Canadian actor, musician; most famous for playing Bubbles on Trailer Park Boys.
Mike Smith (actor)Living peopleActors from Nova ScotiaPeople from New Glasgow, Nova ScotiaCanadian film actorsCanadian television actorsMusicians from Nova Scotia1972 births
Michael Jackson and Bubbles
Bubbles (born 1983) is a common chimpanzee, known for being the one-time pet of American recording artist Michael Jackson, who adopted the primate from a Texas research facility in the early 1980s. The animal was a frequent travel companion to the singer, whose attachment to the animal led to media mockery and, among other factors, to a public perception of Jackson as an eccentric.
Michael Jackson and Bubbles1983 animal birthsPrimatologyMichael JacksonAmerican actorsAnimal actorsIndividual chimpanzees
Stellar-wind bubble is the astronomical term usually used to describe a cavity light years across filled with hot gas blown into the interstellar medium by the high-velocity (several thousand km/s) stellar wind from a single massive star of type O or B. Weaker stellar winds still blow bubble structures though, and these are also called astrospheres.
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Clu Clu Land
is an arcade and Nintendo Entertainment System game released in 1984 and was later released in North America on the Wii Virtual Console on September 1, 2008 and in Europe on March 6, 2009. The game was called Vs. Clu Clu Land in video arcades. The game has been re-released for the Nintendo GameCube in the game Animal Crossing.
Clu Clu LandGame Boy Advance gamesNintendo Entertainment System gamesNintendo Research & Development 1 gamesFamicom Disk System gamesArcade gamesVirtual Console gamesNintendo e-Reader gamesNintendo Vs. Series games1984 video games
List of Trailer Park Boys characters
The following is a list of characters featured in the Canadian television series Trailer Park Boys.
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Charlie Bubbles is a British film of 1967 starring Billie Whitelaw and Albert Finney, and also featuring a young Liza Minnelli. It was listed to compete at the 1968 Cannes Film Festival, but the festival was cancelled due to the events of May 1968 in France. The film made great play of its Manchester setting, contrasting the return of its eponymous lead character, played by Finney, to his home city after achieving success as a writer in London.
Charlie Bubbles1960s comedy filmsBritish filmsPinewood Studios filmsFilms set in Manchester1967 filmsFilms directed by Albert FinneyEnglish-language films
Joybubbles (May 25, 1949 – August 8, 2007), born Josef Carl Engressia, Jr. in Richmond, Virginia, USA, was an early phone phreak. Born blind, he became interested in telephones at age four. Gifted with absolute pitch, he was able to whistle 2600 hertz into a telephone. Joybubbles said that he had an IQ of “172 or something. ” Joybubbles died at his Minneapolis home on August 8, 2007(2007-08-08) (aged 58).
JoybubblesBlind people from the United StatesDeaths from myocardial infarctionPeople from Minneapolis, Minnesota2007 deathsPhreakingUniversity of South Florida alumni1949 births
My Goldfish Is Evil
My Goldfish is Evil is a Canadian animated television series that was created by Nicolas J. Boisvert, it first aired on CBC Television. The series was produced by Ghislain Cyr and Steven Majaury. The series made its British premiere on the CITV Channel on September 1, 2008. From February 16, 2009 onwards, it was moved back to an afternoon time slot on weekdays (Mondays to Fridays), airing then new episodes. It continues to run repeats on the channel today.
My Goldfish Is EvilTelevision programs featuring anthropomorphic charactersCBC network shows2006 Canadian television series debutsCanadian television sitcomsAnimated duos
Scrubbing Bubbles is a brand of bathroom cleaner produced by S. C. Johnson & Son. The product was originally named Dow Bathroom Cleaner, after its manufacturer at the time, the Dow Chemical Company. After Dow sold some of its consumer product lines to S.C. Johnson in 1997, the product had to be rebranded, and took the name of its longtime "Scrubbing Bubbles" mascots, anthropomorphic bubbles with brush bristles on their undersides.
Scrubbing BubblesAdvertising charactersCleaning productsS. C. Johnson & Son brands
Denise or Mavis ("Bubbles") DeVere is a fictional character in the second and third series of the BBC television sketch show Little Britain and its US spin-off. She is played by Matt Lucas.
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Hubble Bubble is generally an uncontrolled mixture and this dish is similar to Bubble and Squeak in that it is an English dish containing leftover food items such as potatoes, cabbage, brussel sprouts, carrots and onion but with the addition of baked beans in tomato sauce. While the ingredients of the dish may change the one ingredient that will always be included in Hubble Bubble is the baked beans in tomato sauce, the Heinz variety is commonly used.
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"Tiny Bubbles" is a song written by Leon Pober and released in 1967 by Don Ho. It charted on both the pop (#66 on the Hot 100) and easy listening charts, which caused its album, also called Tiny Bubbles, to peak at number 57 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and is widely considered to be his most famous song.
Tiny BubblesEasy listening music1967 singles
A flexible barge is a fabric barge (non-rigid) for the transportation of bulk fresh water or other liquid bulk items (i.e. chemicals, oil, etc.).
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Soul Bubbles is a puzzle video game for the Nintendo DS handheld console. It was developed by the French studio Mekensleep, and was published by Eidos Interactive in PAL regions and North America in 2008. It was released in Japan in 2009 by Interchannel under the title Awatama .
Soul BubblesEidos Interactive gamesNintendo DS-only gamesPuzzle video games2008 video gamesVideo games developed in FranceNintendo DS games
The Adventures of Little Carp
Bubbles (小鲤鱼历险记 Xiǎo Lǐ Yú Lì Xiǎn Jì, a.k.a. The Adventures of Little Carp) is a Chinese TV series.
The Adventures of Little CarpChinese television seriesChinese animated television series2006 Chinese television series debuts
Orchestra of Bubbles
Orchestra of Bubbles is an album by Ellen Allien and Apparat, released in 2006.
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List of Detroit 1-8-7 episodes
Detroit 1-8-7 is an American television police drama created by Jason Richman that ran on ABC from September 21, 2010 to March 20, 2011. The one-hour drama stars Michael Imperioli as Detective Louis Fitch, a homicide detective with the Detroit Police Department. On October 25, 2010 ABC announced the order of an additional 5 episodes to bring the first season to 18 episodes.
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Mr. Bubbles is one of several brand names that have been used by an entity variously known as Chemtoy, Tootsietoy, and StromBecKer for its bubble-blowing solution. The company is currently owned by J. Lloyd International and markets under Tootsietoy. J. Lloyd International also owns the rights to the name StromBecKer. It still contains a traditional "magic wand. " The formula of Mr.
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Bubbles the Clown
Bubbles the Clown
Many dynamical processes that generate bubbles are nonlinear, many exhibiting patterns consistent with mathematically chaotic dynamics. In such cases, chaotic bubbles can be said to occur. In most systems they arise out of a forcing pressure that encounters some kind of resistance or shear factor, but the details vary depending on the particular context. The most widely used application has been in studying bubbles in various forms of liquid media.
Chaotic bubbleChaos theory
Churchill: The Hollywood Years
Churchill: The Hollywood Years is a 2004 film, directed by Peter Richardson. It stars Christian Slater as Winston Churchill, and Neve Campbell as Elizabeth II. Academy Award nominee Miranda Richardson and Anthony Sher also star. The film is a satire on the Hollywood take on history, such as U-571 (portraying the capture of an Enigma machine as being by the Americans rather than the Polish and later British) and Pearl Harbor (where American participation in the Battle of Britain was exaggerated).
Churchill: The Hollywood YearsSatirical filmsWorld War II filmsAdolf Hitler in fiction2004 films2000s comedy filmsEnglish-language filmsFilms set in EnglandCultural depictions of Winston ChurchillBritish comedy films
Bubbles in My Beer
"Bubbles in My Beer" is a Western swing song that was originally recorded by Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys in 1947. It later became a standard that has been performed by many country music artists. One critic of drinking songs ranks it number 20, calls it "the ultimate self-pity song," and credits it with "setting the tone for a whole genre of songs about drowning sorrows in the barroom.
Bubbles in My BeerWestern swing songsSongs written by Cindy WalkerBob Wills songsWillie Nelson songsSongs written by Bob WillsRay Pennington songs1940s singles
Bubbles (video game)
Bubbles is an arcade video game developed by Williams Electronics and released in 1982. It is an action game that features two-dimensional (2D) graphics. The player uses a joystick to control a bubble in a kitchen sink. The object is to progress through levels by cleaning the sink while avoiding enemies. Development was handled by John Kotlarik and Python Anghelo. Kotlarik desired to create a non-violent game inspired by Pac-Man.
Bubbles (video game)Williams gamesArcade games1982 video gamesAction video games
An electron bubble is the empty space created around a free electron in a cryogenic gas or liquid, such as neon or helium. They are typically very small, about 2 nm in diameter at atmospheric pressure.
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Bless is the third studio album by Swedish girlband Bubbles,
Bless (album)2003 albums
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