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On The Web, Waterfalls, And The Wonder Of Science

Posted by Tormod in The Science Forums Blog, in On Science, Communication 08 September 2010 - * * * * * · 7693 views
education, web, everyday, mystery and 2 more...

When I was a kid, science wasn’t really a part of my life. My friends and I didn’t walk around investigating things according to any system. There was no method to our madness.

We didn’t really learn that much about science, either. Sure, we had natural sciences in school, but it was mostly rote learning. We looked at various kinds of rocks, patterns in...

Are Life Beings Actually Mortal?

Posted by Abbad in Abbad's Blog, 03 June 2016 - - - - - - · 76 views
Biological immortality and 3 more...

Are Life Beings Actually Mortal? Note: the title might sound a bit like pseudoscience, but it's really not (the title actually refers to a scientific fact, which you will meet shortly through the post). This article is entirely based on academic resources, it has a bit of a personal thought in the middle, but that's even inspired by actual science theories. Please give feedback, since I...

Episode Choose Your Story Free Passes Hack

Posted by mario2016 in mario2016's Blog, 06 April 2016 - - - - - - · 98 views

se our Episode Choose Your Story Game Hack if you wish to obtain unlimited free Gems and Passes to your account. This takes only a minute and using Episode Choose Your Story Hack Tool will not cause any harm to your device because is embedd in browser so you will not have to download anything. Just enjoy the potential of this Episode Choose Your Story Ha...

The Great Volcano From Tibet - All Mysteries About Formation Of Continents Unveiled

Posted by jibz in jibzgreatvolcano, 29 January 2016 - - - - - - · 120 views

The Great Volcano from Tibet – Part II - All mysteries about formation of continents unveiled
Introduction : - Here in continuation to the first part, which illustrates how the continents had formed from the Great volcanic eruption, I try to explain some of the mysteries or things which are not satisfactorily explained by the earlier theor...

How The Carbon Cycle Works

Posted by JensB in JensBlog, 14 January 2016 - - - - - - · 174 views
climate change, carbon and 5 more...

Originally published on my blog at Wood Splitters Direct
http://cdn2.bigcomme...ng?t=1445957822
Carbon is the basic building block of all life, and is even found in the ocean, the air, and rocks. The o rganic carbon in all land-based organisms (alive and dead) is equal to 500 gigatons....

Chemistry Of Love

Posted by Zaine in Zaine's Blog, 03 November 2015 - - - - - - · 238 views

After I met with M, I had been in school. She'd an enormous crush on the man in her area. She explained about all of the desires she desired to satisfy with this person. I often thought that she's in deep love with the man though she never announced it in specific words. One-day, after-class whenever we visited canteen to really have a chunk, she reveale...

What Caused The Husband-Wife Looks?

Posted by IreneJessica in IreneJessica's Blog, 14 May 2015 - - - - - - · 565 views

Abstract : There is Husband-wife looks in life, namely couples live together for a long time will tend to have similar features. And now, it has been proved that husband-wife looks isn’t the subjective assume by science, scientists have found the reason behind the phenomena of husband-wife looks.

Scientists point out, living together for a long t...

Darwin's Science Education

Posted by Eclogite in Clarity from Confusion, 26 January 2015 - - - - - - · 665 views

Creationists, pseudo scientists and others claiming a knowledge of and interest in evolution sometimes assert that Darwin was not educated as a scientist. Their implication is that, as a consequence, his theory of evolution by natural selection must be flawed. That foolish misapplication of logic is best ignored, leaving us to deal directly with the claim...

Consciousness

Posted by pagetheoracle in Big Data Philosophy, 07 January 2015 - - - - - - · 389556 views

Consciousness is stopping and examining what you've done. Therefore motion is unconscious / unconsciousness (transmission rather than reception). Motion equals self and consciousness equals lack of motion / emotion (stillness and silence) - a state where we stop 'being' ourselves and become aware of others / other things in our environment instead.

A Core Component Of Emotional Experience: A Conditioned Response Of The Affect Component Of Sensory Feeling

Posted by Fujing in Searching for the Emotion, 07 December 2013 - - - - - - · 1952 views
psychology, brain science and 2 more...

Abstract Based on the assumption that emotion is acquired, this article examines and analyzes the mental contents and neural basis of emotional experience and sensory feeling(e.g. pain, hunger,taste,smell and so on ) by referencing the existing theoretical viewpoints and experimental results. It is argued that emotional experience and sensory feeling are...

Analytic Astronomy:celebrates Zhou Jian's Law Discovered 5St Anniversary

Posted by zhou jian in zhou jian's Blog, 03 July 2013 - - - - - - · 1238 views

Analytic Astronomy:Celebrates ZHOU Jian's Law discovered 5st Anniversary
ZHOU Jian / June 29, 2013

[Core tips] June 29, 2008 On this day, a discovery will change our view of the universe: the human finally supernova Hubble diagram based on the further study found a relevant light (electromagnetic radiation) in the dissemination process of the natur...

Time Of Annihilation Of Form Of Matter In Time Dependent Matrix

Posted by Robindranath Haldar in Robindranath Haldar's Blog, 02 December 2012 - - - - - - · 2894 views

Proposed Calculation of Time of Annihilation of Form of Matter in Time Dependent Matrix.
PROPOSITION: From R.N.HALDAR,
47,GURUPADA HALDAR ROAD, KOLKATA-700026
The forms of matter change with time. The subatomic dissipates to take another form or goes to its original form due to internal and external work done under certain and various forces. I have propo...

Hi, I Am Having Trouble Understanding The Concept Of Space And The Concept Of Volume.

Posted by Algird1 in Algird1's Blog, 10 September 2012 - - - - - - · 134128 views

I can imagine a 3+1 dimensional "event" called "SPACE" that can exist in-and-of itself i.e. this SPACE may or may not contain anything but itself.

I can also imagine this 3+1 dimensional event as something which may or may not contain matter and/or it may or may not contain energy.

If the event I have above recognized as SPACE contains s...

Top 3 Reasons Not To Pick Your Nose! :-)

Posted by LJP07 in Blog 3494, 09 July 2012 - - - - - - · 7361 views

Ever wondered what the medical term for nose-picking is? Thought not, but for the few of you who do, it’s termed Rhinotillexis. Indeed, many people actually become obsessed with this slightly disgusting habit. These rhinotillexomaniacs actually increase their risk for a variety of conditions. The following is the top 3 reasons why you should not pick your...

Matter Does Not Occupy Space

Posted by URAIN in URAIN's Blog, 01 May 2012 - - - - - - · 4030 views
occupy, matter and 3 more...

Abstract:


In the established science, there is no consensus about how space is to be defined. Under different circumstances, it is perceived as a) “Not existence” (absolute nothing), b] Existence and empty (a void), c) Existence effervescing with virtual particles, and by matter occupies space statement also, space is oftentimes understood as d) be...

Nanotechnology Systems - 4Th Semester - Only 5 Weeks Left!

Posted by CerebralEcstasy in Blog 3530, 22 March 2012 - - - - - - · 745 views

I missed blogging about the entire 3rd semester, but it was a good one. I managed to find a different part-time job, and learned how better to capitalize on the time I had available. I ended up with honors for the 3rd semester while carrying a 30 hr work week to boot.

This last semester, I started late due to a job, and financial issues, but start I d...

Spreading The Suffering

Posted by Donk in Blog 12335, 09 December 2011 - - - - - - · 722 views
Common Cold, God

On Monday I realised that my chest was feeling congested. By Tuesday evening, it was a lot worse. Worse enough that I told My Lady about it – normally I play the macho big-man and keep it to myself. Wednesday, a streaming nose was added to my list of pains. Thursday, the nose thickened, sinuses started to throb, head began to ache. By Thursday evening my...

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!811-1812 A Comet And A Quake

Posted by Kalopin in Kalopin's Blog, 25 November 2011 - - - - - - · 1040 views

December 16,2011 marks the two-hundredth anniversary of when a piece of Comet C/1811 F1 [The Great Comet of 1811] impacted our planet and caused "The New Madrid Earthquake", also known as "The Great Earthquake of 1811-1812". This has been a little known, lost piece of history for nearly two hundred years, that very few have studied. Now, t...

Pretty Sure I Have Been Able To Experimentally Prove That I'm A Geek Or Something...

Posted by alexander in Blog 472, 26 August 2011 - - - - - - · 801 views

So i am not sure what about this first image is the most geeky, the fact that you are looking at 4 operating systems, or that it was taken with a cannon camera with open-source firmware...


But i know i'm a geek, i found out when i drew this network layout here:


Used Pallet Racking

Posted by Arker in Arker's Blog, 17 July 2011 - - - - - - · 518 views

The pallet racking represent a collapsible design that can be assembled from individual elements (frames, beams, crosses stiffness in one or two lines of any length, with any number of tiers and adjustable beam height. The used pallet racking http://www.arkerconfig.com/products/ in Milwaukee for orderly warehousing and storage warehousing and reusable...

Quantum Realism, Here, Is Not Art But Science

Posted by SamIam in Quantum Determinism, 05 July 2011 - - - - - - · 894 views

i could copy-paste some article i've previously written on NowPublic, Scribd, or Examiner but that's lazy .. for anyone curious about the 'foundations of the theory', please consult those references before asking me to explain anything .. i'm not a theoretical physicist; i'm more of a frontiersman exploring neglected domains in sc...



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