Month: December 2017

Vectors Showing Us the Way

Physics is very divergent from chemistry and biology because physics has to do more with light, energy, mechanics, electricity, magnetism, gravity, and other physical properties. Physics now has been around for centuries and is everywhere in the world….

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Video Submissions Process Needed For NIH, NSF Grants

You may or may not know this but the average reviewer for the NSF National Science Foundation and NIH National Institute of Health will often review up to 20 proposals per week, and this often has them spending…

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Clay Is Actually Mud

The remains of a stone, thrown off a mountain, grinded smaller and smaller and smaller. Granulated, pulverised, powdered into dust until it settles as silt into the quiet arms of a river. For centuries people have been extracting…

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Atomic Force Microscope Probes

Atomic Force Microscopes remain well-known for being the most advanced piece of technology, particularly among those that are in the field of cellular biology. They do this by utilizing a probe, also called a tip. This is what…

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All About Dinosaurs

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Dinosaurs the word by itself needs no introduction, the entire world is well aware of the past lives of the creatures that once lived on the planet and were credited to be the only lizards to have walked…

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Virtual Reality As Explanation For The “Observer Effect”

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In physics, especially quantum physics, there exists the idea that the consciousness of an observer creates or at least influences external realities. Because physics is an established experimental science, one has to sit up and pay attention to…

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