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Nothing like a film to make one feel old and cynical. Cary Ford (Martin Henderson) is a cliche Hollywood biker without a mark on his face and all his teeth, even though he fights 2 guys in every scene. All the biker chicks have hard bodies, a thin waist, and temporary tattoos. Cary was on the lam for six months in Asia, hiding out from the law and other bikers who want to kill him. He returns to the states and decides to visit his old haunts and hang out where they can easily find him, as if there is only one biker bar in the world.With Ice Cube in the film, the acting is taken down a notch as he pretends he is a Mr. T tough guy. Monet Mazur plays the eye candy girlfriend. Cary tries to prove his innocence. Plenty of bike scenes with afterburners, cars with 5-6 overdrive gears, vehicles that bump on the highway that don't get damaged, bikes that get laid down and never get scratched. . . all to a soundtrack that makes you long for Miami Vice.I have outgrown these types of films, especially when there is nothing about the film to grab me and hold my interest. This has all the glitz of a kids movie.Parental Guide: Adult language, N-word, no sex, no nudity.

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I realize that this is one of those man movies that was never meant to make any sense and whose target demographic is fourteen-year-old boys. However, my canary in the coal mine in these situations is my husband. If he finds one of these films unwatchable, then it truly is bad, and not just so bad it is good. This was the case with "Torque". I tried to appreciate the stunts and the occasional humor that did work such as the truck from "Duel" still chasing Dennis Weaver after all these years, but it just can't compensate for a lame plot and dialogue that sounds like it was written by the reincarnation of Ed Wood. I think a somewhat rearranged quote from "Billy Madison", another silly man's movie that I actually enjoy if I'm in the mood for it, is most appropriate at this point: "At no point in your rambling, incoherent (movie) were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having (watched) it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul."

A lot of people think that I love the "Charlie's Angels" movies because I think they're "so bad, they're good", when that's actually not true. On the contrary, I think they are pretty smart (especially in the precise way they constantly reference pop culture in clever and heartfelt ways). And yes, they are totally silly and unrealistic and goofy, but what I like about that is that it's completely intentional (which is what most people don't get, and is so obvious to me)."Torque", on the other hand, is a perfect example of a movie that is TRULY so bad, it's good. Or at least enjoyable in a surreal, lunatic sort of way. This movie seriously doesn't have a brain in its head.In every sense a B-movie, it most resembles those gleefully exploitive, low-budget movies that Roger Corman and Russ Meyer made decades ago, where biker gangs did battle with their switchblade-toting girlfriends at their side. And it's every bit as silly as it sounds, which could be either good news or bad news for you, depending on what kind of filmgoer you are.Personally, I knew it was crap the whole time, but still had a blast watching it. The story is ridiculous and the dialogue is ludicrous (these characters exist in a world where when a girl says "Nice bike", the guy says "Nice a**" and she LIKES it). But I cannot fully resist a movie in which two improbably beautiful biker chicks stare each other down on their bikes in a photogenic, deserted alleyway (both of them in front of huge product logos, for extra giggles), one of them yells "Bring it on, b****!", the other whips out a switchblade, and then they charge! As a classic B-movie enthusiast, I offer no apologies for having fun watching a scene like that.It's really not all bad, either. Martin Henderson and Monet Mazur have some genuinely nice and tender scenes together, and the great, color-conscious cinematography makes everything look so shiny you could eat off the screen. Jamie Pressly is an absolute hoot as the evil biker chick, and Adam Scott scores some laughs as a conceited F.B.I. agent.Also, several of the action scenes are pretty amazing, once you get over the idea that this movie is obviously not taking place on planet Earth, but rather some video game universe or a 12 year-old's dream.I wish Ice Cube was off doing the kinds of good movies he used to make (like "Three Kings", the original "Friday", "Boyz N The Hood", "Higher Learning", "Ghosts Of Mars"...), but he contributes some laughs as one of the heavies here. I do wish he had changed his expression at least once, though. You know the one where he grits his teeth and curls his upper lip so that he look like he hates your guts and steam is about to come out of his ears? That's the one that he has throughout the entire movie.Basically, I'm not gonna fight for this movie or anything, I realize it's of essentially no value. I'll just say that it made it easy for me to shut off my brain and I enjoyed it, and maybe you will too. I give "Torque" 3 stars the same way I would give "Switchblade Sisters" 3 stars. They're awful and cheesy, but a hell of a lot of fun, and that counts for something, doesn't it?

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Solitons are self-localized wave packets that can be observed in media characterized by non-linear and dispersive constitutive laws and can be also classified on the basis of their topology, i.e. the skyrmion number1,2,3,4,5. The study of magnetic solitons6,7 has been reinforced by the experimental evidence that spin-transfer torque (STT)8 can nucleate both static and dynamic solitons from a uniform state or manipulate strongly non-uniform magnetic configurations. In particular, static solitons can be achieved in either in-plane (vortices, antivortices and domain walls) or out-of-plane devices (bubbles, skyrmions and domain walls) and they can behave like particles, e.g. vortex9 and skyrmion10,11,12,13 can rotate around a nanocontact in point contact geometries (oscillators), skyrmions and domain walls can be shifted in a track (racetrack memory)14,15,16,17. On the other hand, dynamical solitons that are unstable in dissipative magnetic materials, can be sustained by the STT and used as source of microwave emissions (self-oscillations) in nanoscale oscillators18,19,20,21,22,23. In the recent literature, much attention has been given to the investigation of dynamical properties of topologically protected particles in materials with perpendicular magnetic anisotropy, i.e. skyrmions24, while only few works have been devoted to the identification and study of topological modes25. In detail, the excitation of a topological mode was predicted by Zhou et al.25 and used to explain recent experimental observations in CoNi26.

Finally, the breathing mode of the TD can be used as basis for the design of high power spin-transfer torque oscillators by considering a redesign of this system in a magnetic tunnel junction44, where it is possible, in a phenomenological way, to link the microwave output power with the size of the breathing mode.

How to cite this article: Carpentieri, M. et al. Topological, non-topological and instanton droplets driven by spin-transfer torque in materials with perpendicular magnetic anisotropy and Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya Interaction. Sci. Rep. 5, 16184; doi: 10.1038/srep16184 (2015).

Why is the transmission output torque of a car equal to the engine power? The last paragraph of [1] states the following:"As far as shifting goes, always shift to maximize transmission output torque. It turns out this is exactly the same as saying shift to maximize engine power."

Lastly, this website [3] says that "It is better to make torque at high rpm than at low rpm, because you can take advantage of *gearing*." I have heard this statement on other sites. Is this true? If so, why?Thanks. Acceptable 15:22, 18 August 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

87.102, you said that it is best to keep your car as close to the torque peak as possible. However, in the next answer you wrote "max horsepower = max energy output = max acceleration". These seem contradictory statements. From what I read, torque seems to be much more important in performance automobiles. If such is the case, what is horsepower used for and why do most car advertisements only state horsepower? Thanks. Acceptable 14:13, 19 August 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

The Ford Edge is a balanced, versatile five-passenger vehicle that works for a lot of buyers in a lot of ways, and the 2012 models offer several new features that expand its appeal further. The 2012 Ford Edge is now available with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine called EcoBoost that achieves an EPA-estimated 30 miles per gallon Highway. The 2012 Edge is quieter inside than last year's models thanks to new sound-deadening foam in the fenders and roof pillars and a thicker windshield. Also new for 2012 are subtle aerodynamic tweaks to all the models: re-shaped side mirrors and a new spoiler at the top of the liftgate. Launched as a 2007 model, Edge was re-styled and substantially improved for 2011. The Ford Edge has been selling in strong numbers, and there's no mystery behind its success. With a blend of sedan and sport-utility attributes, Edge defines the idea of a so-called crossover vehicle. It mixes the ride and handling characteristics of a mid-size sedan with the high seating, commanding view and passenger/cargo flexibility of a conventional sport-utility vehicle. From there, Edge adds layers of appeal in a lot of different ways. For starters, it offers plenty of choices, in models, engines, drive configurations and features. The 3.5-liter V6 that comes standard is smooth, solid and responsive. The slightly larger 3.7-liter V6 in the Edge Sport delivers the most horsepower and torque in the line, and more oomph than you'll find in a crossover anywhere south of full luxury brands. The new 2.0 EcoBoost delivers more than adequate power with its impressive fuel economy. Based on EPA ratings, all Edge variants deliver excellent fuel mileage compared with similarly configured competitors. The Edge is not pretty, but it does look contemporary and, well, edgy. Its visual presence is defined by a long wheelbase and short overhangs past the tires at each end. Styling updates for 2011 minimized its barrel-shaped, toy-like impact and have given the Edge a more serious look. You probably won't notice the aerodynamic tweaks made to the 2012 Edge. EcoBoost models get special aerodynamic aids aimed at reducing drag. A wide choice of models starts with the base Edge SE, which comes with all the essentials and plenty of niceties without overly complicated controls. The Edge Limited model approaches luxury grade with its leather upholstery, while the Edge Sport includes sporty paddle shifters for semi-manual shifting and piano-black trim. Inside, the Edge presents the finish and ambience of a good sedan with nearly all the bells and whistles, including available premium audio, navigation and rear-seat DVD entertainment. The optional MyFordTouch voice/touch control interface will appeal to some buyers and has undergone its first round of refinement and improvement for 2012, but we found it cumbersome and annoying. Navigation and a rearview camera are useful options, though Ford doesn't have the best navigation systems. Edge can be transformed from five-seat people hauler to cargo carrier with a few quick adjustments. It can carry an eight-foot ladder or bundles of lumber inside, and still seat two. Properly equipped, Edge can tow a substantial 3,500 pounds. All-wheel drive is available on all models except the base SE. The AWD is a valuable addition in the right climate, but it takes a measurable toll on fuel economy. 350c69d7ab


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