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A offbeat look at the phenomenon of fog and the science behind it...
Once again the Internet is being flooded with warnings of the end of the world. What is the likelihood this time is for real?
While much of how the human brain works is still a mystery, neuroscientists have a solid grasp on how the four lobes of the brain play their part in making us function in our day-to-day lives.
Switch on the television as well as the radio and what you will in all probability pick up are news flash that are so heartbreaking that is going to propel you to tell yourself why even make an ef...
Over the years, floods have proven to be the most tragic type of natural disaster. Floods which took place in the several regions of the planet have injured and killed thousands of people and elim...
Peridot is a popular green gemstone and has been found in ruins of ancient Greece and Egypt and was often called by the ancient Romans as “the evening emerald” because its green color shone even m...
Electricity is something that people cannot live without in the modern day. Without it, life will be so much difficult and slow. People need to learn how to value electricity and learn how to produce ...
Few stars have names, and most of those come down from ancient times. The astronomical profession uses some names, and disapproves claims to sell naming rights.
Earth is surrounded by a variety of different types of stars, a few of which have been found to have planets, and almost none of which can support life.
Fifty years ago the USA and Soviet Union competed in space. Today Russia takes American astronauts to the International Space Station. Is there any competition in space in the 21st century?
Borescope and fiberscope are two different instruments, commonly used for various visual inspection purposes. Users can insert these typical scopes into confined spaces to see or even record images de...
Fiberscope is basically a cable, made from fiber optical material. The material is such that it allows a smooth passage for light. Light can travel through this cable. A typical fiberscope, which is d...
By insisting on experimentation to test hypotheses, Ibn al-Haytham earned himself a place in history as the first scientist.
In order to engage in a discussion of the applicability of mind to the brainless sea urchin, an agreement on a definition of brain and mind must be reached. We wonder if there is some way to explain t...
The Cetacea (whales, dolphins, and porpoises) hold an important lesson for us. There is evidence that this other class of intelligent beings are perhaps beings of superior intelligence. The Cetacea ha...

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