Vapor is cloudy and a prism is sharp but both are able to break light because they have a refraction index which is greater than that of air.
Dr. Goeppert-Meyer won the Nobel Prize in physics for her nuclear shell model of atomic nuclei. She described the spin orbit coupling of the nuclear shell structure as waltzing in a room.
Lightning is due to an electrostatic discharge between a cloud and the ground or between two clouds. When the two bodies come into contact, the ions lose their charge, that is, electicity is discharged.
Since land heats up quicker than water does, the air over land gets warmer than the air over the water. Consequently, the warmer air, being less dense, moves up and as the cooler air sinks it forms a wind, more specifically sea breeze.
(Newton's first law) but they revolve around the sun because of the gravitational attraction pulling them into an ellipse.
Fire and Sun
The sun uses nuclear fusion to create energy. Fusion involves merging two nuclei to form one and this involves the nuclear shell, which was described by Dr. Maria Goeppert-Mayer. Read more...~>
Photo courtesy of NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory of the California Institute of Technology



The movements are listed here so that you can see the Korean translation for some of the techniques by hovering over the green and pink highlighted text.

parallel stance - naranhi sogi
left/right front stance, walking stance - oen /orun ap sogi
left/right forward stance The feet are wider apart than for the front stance - oen /orun ap kubi
low block - arae makki
front kick - ap chagi
return - parot
middle punch - momtoong chirugi
middle double strike momtong tubon chirugi
knife neck chop, knife strike sonnal mok chigi
single knife-hand middle outside block (from outside to inside) hansonnal momtong pakkat makki
back stance, backward stance twit kubi
StanceMovementsPoom
Chunbi  
walking stance,
forward stance
Turn 90° to the left while executing left low block in walking stance, right front kick, right middle punch, left middle punch in forward stance. 1, 2
walking stance,
forward stance
Turn 90° to the right while executing right low block in walking stance, left front kick, left middle punch, right middle punch in forward stance. 3, 4
walking stanceTurn 90° to the left while executing right knife strike. Step forward right side, left knife strike in walking stance.5, 6
back stance,
forward stance
Turn 90° to the left while executing left outside knife block. You pivot on your left foot and your right foot remains facing outwards as you move into the back stance. Your feet are at a 90° angle to each other. Move your right foot forward into forward stance (just twist the foot, don't step forward) and then right middle punch.7, 8
back stance,
forward stance
Turn 180° to the right, while executing right outside knife block and end in back stance. Move your left foot forward into forward stance (just twist the foot, don't step forward) and then left middle punch.9, 10
walking stanceTurn 90° to the left while executing right inside block. Step forward right side while executing the left inside block in walking stance. 11, 12
walking stance,
forward stance
Turn 270° to the left while executing left low block in walking stance. Right front kick, right middle punch, left middle punch in forward stance. (After turning 270°, this is the same as Poom 1 and 2.)13, 14
walking stance,
forward stance
Turn 180° to the right while executing right low block in walking stance, left front kick, left middle punch, right middle punch in forward stance.(This is the same as Poom 3 and 4.) 15, 16
walking stanceTurn 90° to the left while executing left low block in walking stance. Right middle punch. While stepping forward right side, execute the right low block. Left middle punch. 17, 18
walking stanceLeft front kick, left low block, right middle punch. Right front kick, right low block, left middle punch.19, 20
parallel stanceReturn. Turn 180° to the left. Kuman

   
Word documents with taekwondo vocabulary in English, Hangeul, and transliterated Hangeul to download.
TKD Vocabulary: Korean to EnglishKorean Lessons: TKD VocabularyTKD Vocabulary: English to Korean

Lesson 3

Taegeuk Sam Jang, New Techniques

Punches, Strikes, Thrusts 치기, 찌르기 chigi, chirugi
momtong tubon chirugi 몸통 두번 찌르기 middle double strike
sonnal mok chigi 손날 목 치기 knife neck chop, knife strike
Block 막기 Makki
hansonnal momtong pakkat makki 한 손날  몸통 바깥 막기 single knife hand middle outside block (from outside to inside)
Stance 서기, 굽이 sogi, kubi
twit kubi 뒷 굽이 back stance, backward stance

The Korean numbers are used for counting in most schools and the Sino-Korean numbers are used for referencing the taegeuk forms one through eight (i.e. taegeuk il through pal).

Numbers Korean Sino-Korean
Arabic or ModernRomanizationHangeulHanjaRomanizationHangeul
1ha na하 나il
2dulee
3setsam
4netsah
5da seot다 섯oh
6yeo seot여 섯yuk
7il gop일 곱chil
8yeo deolp여 덟pal
9ah hop아 홉gu
10yeolsip