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Common Theories About Time
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Common Theories About Time

For most of us, time isn't really something to think about. Time is what we see when glance at our wrist watches on the way to a meeting or when we're reminded of our cuckoo clocks' song each hour, but time is much more complex and fickle than you think. […]

Types of Granite
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Types of Granite

Granite, you must have heard this word, but do you actually know what does it means? Where it is found? What are its different types? What is Quarry? In how many ways we can use granite? And some more questions similar to these. Let's have a look. Granite it is […]

The Purpose of Chromatography Columns
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The Purpose of Chromatography Columns

Chromatography belongs to that family of inventions that really changed the world but few people know it. Some people may guess with the etymology that it basically means "the writing of colors", from the ancient Greek chroma that means color and graphein that means writing. But very of them can really […]

How to Use Calibration Technology Effectively
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How to Use Calibration Technology Effectively

Starting a system from nothing requires good organization and long-term planning. A calibration system is complex enough to begin with, so the less complicated the system, the simpler it will be to maintain. Maintenance is the key to a satisfactory calibration system. To begin, you will need to take control […]

The Problem With 3D Printed Weapons
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The Problem With 3D Printed Weapons

The world took a sudden leap into the future recently, when a law student from Texas built - and fired - the world's first printed gun. Moments later, the blueprints were online and, by the time the Government ordered them to be taken down, had spread across the known internet. […]

How Ultrasound Portability Is Changing The World
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How Ultrasound Portability Is Changing The World

Anyone with a history of a life-threatening illness can tell you that diagnosis is key for timely, proper treatment. Historically, using invasive procedures for diagnosis could leave a patient in a worse condition than they were in to begin with, and if their situation was dire, it could even mean death. Medical […]

How do Buildings Handle Mother Nature at Her Most Extreme?
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How do Buildings Handle Mother Nature at Her Most Extreme?

Extreme weather conditions and natural disasters cause hundreds of fatalities a year and cause billions of pounds worth of damage. Due to advances in design technology and materials, architects and construction genius´ are miraculously coming up with new design concepts to create structures that can withstand extreme conditions to protect […]

Great Health & Science Tools Online
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Great Health & Science Tools Online

When you want to know more about anything from the brain to medical conditions, using online tools are highly recommended to gain knowledge while exploring new subjects that are of interest to you. If you are seeking health and science tools that are available online, there are many options to […]

The Science Of Nutrition
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The Science Of Nutrition

The simplest questions, they say, require the most complicated answers. It’s this premise that has occupied American author Elton Alvaro for more than two decades. Alvaro made the kitchen his laboratory, breaking with traditional thinking and taking a scientific approach to questions ranging from what makes souffles rise (and fall) […]

Most Popular Science Websites
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Most Popular Science Websites

If you are looking for information on anything science-related, chances are you will find it on at least one of the following websites. These six sites are the web’s most popular science resources and are favorites for their wealth of information, easy-to-understand articles, breaking news stories and interactive features that […]

Can Water Be Effected By Human Consciousness?
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Can Water Be Effected By Human Consciousness?

People interested in New Age spirituality and alternative medicines are excited by Dr Masaru Emoto's experiments on the intentional effects on water crystallisation. These first gained wide-spread public exposure in the controversial film/documentary, "What the Bleep do We Know?!" Dr Emoto's experiments: The hypothesis is that the molecular structure of […]