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Novice Guide To Buying Your First Telescope
Space telescopes are amazing instruments. Looking up to the sky on many occasions deep down you want to soon see more. A shining glimmer of light from a star is not enough, we want to see the beauty the universe contains. Your first astronom
Torque of a Wind Turbine
The use of wind energy has grown constantly during the last 10 years. This has led to an increase of research and development of larger and more effective wind turbine in order to offer renewable energy to the customers . This has also lead
Vari-Cold Cryogenic Treatment Process
The Vari-Cold cryogenic process, developed by Cryotron, is a unique, cost effective and cryogen-efficient two-phase procedure. The Vari-Cold process is based on a pre-determined thermal cycle that involves cooling of the tools/parts in a cry
Laws of Photo-Psychometry How-to use Them to Protect Yoursel
LAW OF SIMILAR/CONGRUENT STRUCTURESPAPER #1 USING PHOTOS (PHOTOCOPIES) TO PROTECT YOURSELF AND YOUR HOME FROM HARMFUL ELECTRONIC DORIntroructory Basic Ideas 1. An example of a similar structure would be a 30-60-90 triangle of two different s
Gravity Theory - The Missing Link?
Do you know that with all the Hi-Tech available today, we still do not have a scientific proof of what gravity is all about?Could both Einstein and Newton got it half-way wrong about gravity and we are stuck with their theories because acade
Motivation and Creation
What motivates a person to create anything? Most of us are satisfied to view the creation as an end product for use and not concerned about this question. Every creation has its origin as a thought in the mind, which gets transformed into so
7 Easy School Science Projects
Floating eggsWe all know that a fresh egg sinks in fresh water. Find out how much salt you need to add to the water to make the egg float instead.VolcanoesThis is messier! OK, you can make a simple volcano using vinegar and baking powder and
How Does Soap Clean?
If you have ever wondered how does soap clean, you have found out that you need to learn a bit of molecular chemistry first. Here is a short version of the process.Molecules are groups of two or more similar atoms that are electrically bonde
Light Microscopes And Their Parts
The term light microscope is a general term that needs a bit of clarification. Just about all microscopes use a light source to illuminate the sample or specimen. This is why they are called light microscopes.There are several types of light
Is Homo Erectus in Our Family Tree?
Homo erectus lived from an estimated 2,000,000 down to 100,000 years ago. Java and Peking man are included among Homo erectus.Locations: Europe, India, China, Southeastern Asia, and Africa. Height: 5 feet 2 inches to 6 feet; Weight: 100 to 1
Genome Analysis
In 1977 Frederick Sanger sequenced the first DNA-based genome (Bacteriophage
The Penetration Of Statistics In Society
Statistics are such an integral part of modern lives that sometimes it isn't realized. The prediction of the winner of a presidential race or the local mayoral contest depends upon inferential statistics, one of the two main branches of stat

 

 

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