By: Dan Hiland - 512667
Custom Thermoforming: A Viable Alternative to Accepted Technology Custom thermoforming is the process of heating a thin plastic sheet to the point where it can be pressed, folded, and trimmed to form any conceivable shape or package. Due to the versatility of the thermoforming method...
How stars are born
By: Titanium Pen
When you look at the night sky, do you wonder how stars are born? Here is an explanation that is easy to understand. The universe, though it may seem to you, is not a complete vacuum. Actually, there are many materials for star formation. This...
Could there be life on other planets?
By: Carol Relf Kondrat
As Human beings we believe in the existence of an omnipresent All-mighty being. There are so many names and ideas given to such a presence that the belief that It exists is open to question and even doubt. We are thinking and reasoning beings...
Understanding the phases of the moon
By: Carole Somerville
How the Moon Affects our Planet The ever-changing moon moves swiftly through the nighttime sky and with her cycles and phases there are links with life on earth, with human personality and activity. From one new moon to another takes 29 days. Most years...
Going to Mars
By: Robert Blevins
NASA Sets the Date We Finally Land on Mars: April 25, 2025 - and Here's How They Plan to Do It You just knew they had something in mind for the International Space Station besides studying the weather and sending nice pictures back to Earth...
By: Alison Bowler
What is a carbocation? Well cations are positively charged ions and "carbo" come from carbon so carbocations are positively charged carbon ions. They are intermediates in chemical reactions involving organic compounds. Some older literature refers to carbocations as carbonium ions but the term is falling...
Energy from nuclear fusion
By: Robert Blevins
The Plain Folks' Guide to Plasma Power Perhaps you've heard the words "fusion" and "plasma" intertwined with "limitless energy" and "harnessing the power of the sun". Maybe you wonder if it's true, or just some impossible dream being chased by physicists. The idea of...
The best sources of energy for the future
By: Ian Wayne Grant Sparkman
Currently I am attempting to generate electrical and mechanical energy by using a magnetic device that is called M-1 Disc. This device operates using magnet on magnet potential energy and converting this energy into kinetic energy by rotating a central disc attached to a drive...
The best sources of energy for the future
By: David Brown - 226423
First, what has to be determined is when does the future truly begin? Most would say that the future began with the turn of the century into the 21st. It appears not much has changed and we are still using coal-based fuels for energy and...
By: Helena Whyte
Common hazardous household chemicals include oven cleaners, drain openers, wood and metal cleaners and polishes, degreasers, air fresheners, toilet cleaners, shower and tile cleaners, dishwasher detergents, floor polish strippers, carpet spot removers, moth repellents, rat poisons, pesticides, adhesives and glues, paint strippers, paints, photographic chemicals...

 

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