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I’ve made sure that most of these experiments are very easy and include household items. There is one, however, that requires buying things not found in typical homes. Read full article here….

What killed the dinosaurs? It’s a question scientists still debate today, and it’s on the radar of Thomas Sumner, our Earth and environmental sciences reporter, going into 2017. Read more:

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Classical Greek life science had been based upon the Golden Mean geometries associated with the harmonic movement of the Pythagorean Music of the Spheres concept. Celestial movement was also thought to use the forces of harmonic resonance to transmit evolutionary guidance information to the movement of atoms within biological systems. Huang suggested that by observing evolutionary patterning changes to the various Golden Mean designs recorded in the worlds seashell fossil record, it might be possible to deduce the nature of the new life energy physics laws.

During the 1980s the Science-Art Centre had several seashell life energy papers published by Italy’s leading scientific journal, Il Nouvo Cimento. In 1990 two of them were selected as being amongst the important discoveries of the 20th Century by IEEE in Washington. This institute is dedicated to the betterment of the human condition and is the world’s largest technical professional society. The Centre’s mathematician, generated the simulation of a living seashell creature. By lowering the formula’s harmonic order, he generated the creature’s 20 million year old fossil ancestor. By lowering the order by a lesser harmonic he obtained the simulation of the fossil, Niponites Mirabilis, becoming the first person in the world to link that fossil to any living creature.

In 1995 the seashell mathematics won an internationally peer reviewed first prize in biology for the discovery of new physics laws governing optimum biological growth and development through space time, validating Kun Huang’s original premise. Recently it was discovered that the first bone created in the human embryo is the sphenoid bone and that it was currently changing its shape under the influence of the same physics forces controlling seashell evolution. The sphenoid, known in Alchemy as Golden Mean is in vibrational contact with the sea shell design of the inner ear. Niponites Mirabilis was designed to keep the creature upright in water and the design of the inner ear keeps humans upright on the land. The Science-Art Centre is now working on a project to generate a futuristic human survival simulation in order to deduce the nature of new human survival technologies.

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This video is a compilation of 10 cool science experiments.
0:00 Jet engine in a jar
0:52 Traveling flame
1:16 Soapy water and gas
1:50 Drain cleaner and aluminium foil reaction
2:58 Brake fluid and pool chlorine
3:24 Coca Cola and pool chlorine reaction
4:01 Fire snake
5:13 Elephant toothpaste
5:52 Sugar and sulfuric acid reaction
7:33 Flammable hand sanitizer


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Almost every day we read about scientific issues of such significance that our lives and futures may depend on their outcomes. Global warming is only one among many intensely debated topics. In this course, we will focus on the destruction and recovery of the ozone layer; acid rain and its consequences; the greenhouse effect and global warming; and alternative energy sources and the car of the future. We will explore the basic science underlying these areas and try to separate the science from the politics.

Richard Monson received his B.S. from UCLA and his Ph.D. in chemistry from UC Berkeley. From 1964 to 2000, he was professor of chemistry at California State University, East Bay. He has published numerous articles in scientific journals, as well as two chemistry textbooks. As a professor emeritus at California State University, he teaches courses on winemaking and wine chemistry.

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Man the Internet has given us some benefits he oft-touted proximity, globalization, or what have you ever, but additionally reference instruments that we are able to entry 24-7, as opposed to those that are in the REF section within the library and can’t be removed. One sort of resource, specifically, is the science encyclopedia. I embrace expertise encyclopedia sources on this musing, as properly, for in fact science and expertise (talking of the net) are usually not mutually exclusive. Here what now we have access to for no charge, for example:

One science encyclopedia that is also a know-how encyclopedia is AllRefer (at This source is organized by subset, or discipline (astronomy. Biology, etc.), and on the identical time provides the general search tool. [This web site has one maddening flaw: it makes use of those %$ %*&% pop-up ads. So start clicking X buttons.]

Eric Weisstein affords a complete science encyclopedia that not solely does NOT use pop-ups and does present sciences by self-discipline or department, this science encyclopedia includes numerous biographies of nice thinkers; a arithmetic part; a physics section; and a piece for astronomy. The positioning is easily navigated and fairly beautiful on the eyes, with its crisp however minimally distributed graphics, etc..

It’s all the time most sensible to make use of a science encyclopedia or any educational, mental, or informational source that’s designed, created, and maintained by a reputable increased studying institution. That said, take a look at CogNet, the rain Sciences Connection,?implemented by MIT; or the Encyclopedia of Nonlinear Science, supplied by Routledge, for example.

There is additionally the science encyclopedia at, simply as there are subscriber sites and pay services, such as and others, willing to take your cash for access to their sites or for published texts on sale. However many faculties and institutes, and plenty of extra scientists and professors of the self-discipline, supply free access to their science encyclopedia sites.

In the same respect, among the best know-how encyclopedias, which might get away with what many try however solely they will prove once they say they are the ?1 online encyclopedia devoted to pc know-how, is Webopedia. It affords a definition, visual aids, and, as the Internet was designed to do, they hyperlink phrases throughout the definition or don you hate it once you search for a word or phrase and then must search for the denotative clarification phrases, too? So dig deep, or as they say almost about net-looking out, drill down urther than the topmost sedimentary layer of the best of human artifacts he worldwide web.

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