Month: September 2018

Some Thoughts About Physics

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Sometimes you have a new thought, an idea, or eureka moment, but it’s not gutsy enough to expand into a reasonable length article or essay. So, here’s another potpourri of thoughts dealing with physics and related, too good…

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The Importance of Power

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Dr. Royal Raymond Rife used a single tube frequency device to grow the Cancer virus many times faster than normal. Low power frequency energy from single tube devices like Rife used in his laboratory stimulates metabolism by increasing…

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Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD)

In environmental chemistry, chemical oxygen demand (COD) tests the measurement of oxygen that is consumed during the test by particular organic compound. In other words the COD test is used to measure the amount organic matter present in…

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Water Meets Electricity

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Our parents always tell us not to be around water when there is a lightning, not to use our hair dryer next to running water, and definitely not to have plugs anywhere near water. There is a reason…

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Hot Air Balloon

Hot air balloons are a leisure flying air vessel that uses warm air from burning propane, as energy. Hot air balloons have three main parts: an envelope or balloon, a basket, and burners. The envelope is a bag…

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Dolphin Brains, Human Brains, And Long-Term Space Travel – A Theory Of Mine

Okay so, it turns out that when astronauts are in space for long periods of time (over 2-weeks) their brains go through noticeable structural changes. That’s pretty interesting and proof of the incredible plasticity and ability of the…

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Wonders of Science

General DescriptionOur present era is truly the age of science. The wonders of science are in the peak in this era. Science has progressed by leaps and bounds. It has completely changed the man and brought tremendous revolutions…

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