By: Yincris
What is nanotechnology? Nanotechnology is the science and the engineering achieving the manipulation of matters from atoms and molecules unit level. The physical dimension of nanotechnology is expressed in nanometer. A nanometer (nm) is one billionth of a meter. An analogy made between a meter...
By: Earl King
Energy is all around. It is part of the environment. Without it the universe would come to a standstill. Another major part of our environment is matter. Matter is anything you can see and touch. The work of Albert Einstein has shown that matter and...
By: Keith Hamburger
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) operates using the physical properties of the hydrogen nucleus to create an image of internal body parts without damaging radiation. Previously called Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging the naming convention was changed to reduce fears about nuclear radiation. Those fears are erroneous...
By: Stephanie Sublett
The best sources of energy in the short term are wind and solar because they are zero emission. In the medium term, fission power plants will be the best option, but waste recycling programs and long term storage of unusable waste are imperative to safely...
By: Gideon Azeh
Energy from the Environment There is so much free energy in the environment. That is what gives turbulence in the environment their energy. The free energy in the air gives the wind its strength, the storms at sea their power and the ocean currents their...
By: Gideon Azeh
The fusion of hydrogenThe fusion of hydrogen is a radioactive reaction that releases the most energy than any other fuel or source of energy and its end products are helium-4 which is not dangerous to the atmosphere; non-radioactive, not chemically active. Just the neutrons emitted...
By: Gideon Azeh
Aircraft DesignWe wish to assist the push force on airplanes and reduce the noise pollution they contribute to industrial waste. The propellers of airplanes are driven by engines running on hydrocarbon fuels.We wish to use the air pressure to propel airplanes in the air...
Uncovering magnetism, from the Earth's core to your physiology and personality
By: Nancy Houser
The developing drop in the Earth's magnetic field is definitely not a new thing over the years. These historical drops have occurred since the 1830s, with the magnetic field and its historical measurements showing us that its intensity has decreased as much as ten percent...
Is Time Real or Relative
By: John Graham - 384486
When I was young, time stretched on before and forty-year-olds were, I believed, on the edge of extinction. Now, as a seventy-five year old, I measure forward time in decades and more and backward time as an instant. How could one doubt for one second...
By: Bennett Kalafut
An "Invisible Man" in the Ralph Ellison sense-a social non-entity-can see, as we learn in his novel, all too clearly. An Invisible Man in the H.G. Wells sense of somebody who is "see-through" cannot, for two reasons.The first and most quotidian reason is...

 

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