By: Sandra Petersen
The average human will take approximately 15 breaths per minute, or 21,600 breaths per day, and not concern himself with the composition of the air he has breathed. Air is air, right? Read on to find out why air is not exactly the same...
By: Nancy Houser
NASA archaeologist Tom Sever and scientist Dan Irwin of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama, along with William Saturno, an archaeologist from the University of New Hampshire, are using remote sensing technologies to locate Mayan ruins in the rain forest of Guatemala. The scientists...
By: Nancy Houser
Since WWII, Soviet and Russian foreign policies have had a serious concern with relations of the United States. History has it that during the post-WWII era the United States emerged as an "ultimate guarantor of European security against attack from the east and the top...
By: Lillian Henry
Kids always like to send secret messages to each other. Tell their cool or naughty little secrets without a parent or teacher discovering it. There are a few ways that they can do this and ingredients are in the kitchen.*Mix equal parts water and...
By: Owain Bury
Ever wanted some quick and easy chemistry experiments to try that can be done in your own home, with household items? Growing beautiful table salt crystals is an ideal starting experiment, will not take too long, and should fascinate the kids. It is ideal because...
By: Ranjana Banerjee
How atoms workAtoms are the tiniest piece of any element that cannot be chemically subdivided by ordinary method. The origin of this word is from Greek where atom means indivisible. Greeks are very famous for their thinking skill and it was the Greek brain Democritus...
By: Jessica D
Organic chemistry is the class that breaks the student. Without organic chemistry, it would be pretty dull. Organic Chemistry deals with carbon based molecules, and they are everywhere. What do cocaine and your mom have in common? Carbon. Because there are so many molecules and...
By: Surinder Dhar
While theoretical physicist have come up with new theories to explain the phenomena of gravity, scientists have not given up on Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity, or theory of gravitation.Everybody knows about the Albert Einstein's well established theory of relativity we now call...
By: Frances Simon
Strongly associated with grade school and spy novels, invisible ink carries with it a sense of youthful excitement and mystery. Whether you are sending a message across the room or across an ocean, the same techniques apply.There are a number of different ways to...
Exploring levitation
By: Joel Stottlemire
Casimir Levitation, the idea the very small objects can be "levitated" in a friction free manner is making big headlines right now. Unfortunately, The Casimir effect lives firmly in the spooky world of quantum mechanics and is a little too deep for popular media. This...

 

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