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New Energy Bill: Reducing Our Dependence on Foreign Oil


The U. S.

America and its Collision Course


Energy ESP #7 - America and its Collision CourseCrude oil explodes through $46.50 as the problems are growing -It's bigger than Iraq, bigger than Bin Laden and even bigger thanthe next election.

Positive Effects of Carbon Dioxide for Plant Growth


Many articles have been written about the negative effects of carbon dioxide. Sick Building Syndrome, loss of concentration due to high levels of carbon dioxide, asphyxiation in breweries or wine cellars, all these things spring to mind when we hear the magic phrase carbon dioxide.

Marine News - Summer 2004 - Our Ocean Environment


Our oceans are home to many marine mammals, fish, turtles, corals and others. The delicate balance between man and the ocean is constantly being challenged by the demands of our society.

How Body Piercing Works -- The Ins and Outs of this Cutting Edge Process


Body piercing (defined as any piercing beyond the standard earlobe piercing) has become such a popular form of body modification that between five and ten percent of the population of the United States has indulged in at least one form of it at some time in their lives. In most cases, once a person gets a body piercing, they follow the first one with more.

The Joy of Recycling


I have always been an advocate of recycling. Even though I am not always convinced of its financial viability, I am thoroughly convinced of its value as a means of increasing public awareness of the cost of our consumerism.

Energy and America


America is entering into a time of Energy crisis. Itcould easily be the greatest crisis that human-kind isto face.

Diamond Flashes


Beyond magnificence and splendor, the world of diamonds evolves on stirred grounds. When the stake is so important, interests collide.

The Valuable Individual


How can we, as individuals, participate in waste management? Because some of us are so overwhelmed with Earth's problems, we feel that our contributions have no real consequence in the end. For others, social barriers can be an issue.

Trash Talk Your Way to a Better World


North Americans account for less than 10% of the world's population, yet we produce 50% of the world's garbage and consume more than 33% of it's resources. If everyone consumed like the average North American, we would require three Earths!Authors Dave and Lillian Brummet offer an upbeat, proactive look at waste and resource management with their inspiring new book Trash Talk.

Get Hot on Combustion


Energy in the form of heat is obtained when fuel is burnt in air. The release of this heat energy can be slow or can be very rapid.

Why Condition Your Boiler Water?


A boiler is used for generating steam. It does this by heating water to its boiling point, after which steam will evaporate from it.

Tsunami Defined


Tsunami is a Japanese term that describes a large seismically generated sea wave which is capable of considerable destruction in certain coastal areas, especially where underwater earthquakes occur.In Japanese, "Tsunami" means "Harbor Wave" or "Wave In The Harbor" It is now internationally accepted as the term that defines a "Seismic Seawave.

Glyco Nutrients & Stem Cell Production


During the speach, Dr. Reg McDaniel talked about first seeing new stem cells in the peripheral blood of clients using glyconutrients many years ago and not recognizing these cells as stem cells.

Traffic Zoology


There is a secret zoo that runs encaged along the roads.They are liquid, semi-visible goliaths that rage through the streams and chunks of ordinary traffic, with the effervescent tendrils of mile-long tales whipping behind them like Chinese dragons.

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05/23/2017 09:42 AM
Well Logging
Well logging was initially used to correlate the similar patterns of electrical conductivity from one well to another well even for a long distances. The improvements in techniques of measurements are responsible for the usage of well logging for structural mapping, reservoir description, and also for the identification of sediments.
05/22/2017 03:35 PM
Calculation Of Empty Space In An Atom (Considering The Simplest Hydrogen Atom)
How much of an atom is empty space? Very nearly all of it. Let's take a look at an atom of hydrogen to see how empty it really is. A hydrogen atom is made from a single proton that's circled by a single electron. How big is a hydrogen atom? The radius of a hydrogen atom is known as the Bohr Radius, which is equal to.529 ? 10-10 meters.
05/05/2017 10:37 AM
Eugenics: Dark Past of Selective Breeding
Eugenics was first studied as a way to pass on desirable traits, like intelligence, among humans. It began its shadowy and often debated turn in the United States in the late 1800's when it became a study into the possibility of breeding out undesirable traits, rather than breeding in desirable ones. In 1911, the United States founded the Eugenics Records Office in New York. This department was dedicated to studying family histories of those who were deemed "undesirable," and the conclusion was reached that "undesirable" individuals came from poor families with no real social standing, minorities and immigrants. Most shocking was the "conclusion" that being poor was not due to poverty itself, but due to genetics.
05/05/2017 10:33 AM
Gene Therapy: The Key to Making Humans Disease Free?
Whenever one imagines the word therapy it's usually in the context of someone suffering a mental breakdown and needing to be taken to a shrink for getting electric shocks. Similarly, gene Therapy may sound like some corrective measure undertaken when a gene in one's body getting fed up with life, going crazy and needing counseling. Though very simply put, according to the FDA, it's a process in which a malfunctioning gene in deactivated and a normally functioning one is added to a body.
04/27/2017 09:52 AM
Wonders of Science
Our 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 in our lives. Science and technology has changed the man and his life style. It has transformed the very face of the earth. Human beings discovered great inventions and far-reaching discoveries through science. Science has blessed mankind with such instruments and have earned a name and reverence science.
04/07/2017 12:27 PM
5 Common Types of Cells in the Body
The human body has literally trillions of cells that come in a wide range of sizes and shapes. They help to make up the basic structure of living organisms. The different types of cells are perfectly suited to their individual roles.
04/05/2017 12:48 PM
Opposing Intelligent Design Is Not Intelligent
Are we and the world we observe the product of mere fortuitous natural actions of nature? Or is there something or Someone higher than nature, something that made and ordered nature? Believe the first, and you may become fully devoted to exploring the mysteries of nature - a scientist, a worthy ambition, indeed. Believe the second, and you may find God. Believe the second and find the God of nature, and you will see nature in a whole new light. It is past time for the educators in our world to put aside their bias against the Bible and admit that there are incredible signs of "purposeful design" in the world we know. In fact, the more you study real science, the more evidence you discover about this fact.
03/22/2017 10:03 AM
The Periodic Table
This article is about the history and the evolution of the periodic table. From when first created till today's new updates.
03/21/2017 03:05 PM
A Two Dimensional Perspective in a Modern World
My article is centered around clarifying third dimensions and using elaborate examples to demonstrate it's application to the modern world. This article is a reliable source to any reader to depend on for an explanation from the work of professional mathematicians.
03/21/2017 03:04 PM
Friction in Everyday Life
This article is centered around clarifying the definition of friction and it's application to everyday life. This article is another resource to scholars since all information is cited from professionals math mathematicians.
03/21/2017 03:04 PM
Terminal Velocity in Free Fall
Terminal velocity is the fastest speed anything can reach in free fall. Every object has a different terminal velocity based on the mass, the gravitational force and drag force. Isaac Newton discovered that gravity was a force applied upon objects in Earth.
03/21/2017 03:01 PM
The Magic of Natural Force
This article is about natural force and how it is not commonly noticed but very important to our everyday lifestyle. The article has also included some examples to refer to it.
03/21/2017 02:59 PM
The Physics of Angry Birds
Physics is all about the broad field of science having to deal with nature and the properties of matter and energy. Angry Birds play a part in physics because of the calculations into finding the velocity and distance.
03/21/2017 02:58 PM
Ruther Ford Gold Foil Experiment
The paragraph was about how Ruther ford did the gold foil experiment. It also shows that the gold foil had many things that came with it.
03/21/2017 02:26 PM
Vectors Showing Us the Way
Its about how vectors show magnitude and direction. It talks about how it is use in everyday life and we do not notice it.
03/21/2017 11:03 AM
The Importance of Power
When using a frequency device to destroy micro organisms in the body, having adequate power is CRITICAL to accomplishing the desired result. The following article discusses how much power is enough and how much is dangerous.
03/21/2017 10:59 AM
Physics Behind the Paris Gun
In this article, it educates the readers about the Paris gun and what happens inside it. It also states facts about the firearm.
03/21/2017 10:51 AM
The Periodic Table & Its Components
The Periodic Table is an arrangement of chemical elements which are sorted in order by increasing atomic numbers in vertical columns referred to as groups, and horizontal rows known as periods. It is a resourceful tool in chemistry and other branches of science. Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev, a Russian chemist, founded the Period Law and the foundation for the Periodic Table.
03/21/2017 10:14 AM
Biomes Surrounding Us
In the following article, you will be reading about biomes that are surrounding earth. Coming from tundra, desserts, grasslands, forests, and aquatic biomes; summarizing the impact of each biome.
03/21/2017 10:13 AM
Benificial Effects Of Frequencies On Biological Organisms
Frequencies were used to cure Cancer according to a clinical trial done at the University of Southern California by Dr. Milbank Johnson. He was given 16 terminal, stage 4, Cancer victims which were all cured according to the documented results of the study. You can read about it in a book called "The Cancer Cure that Worked" by Barry Lynes; published by Marcus Books in Ontario, Canada. If frequency can be used for Cancer, maybe it can also be used for other health related issues as the following article describes.
03/21/2017 10:08 AM
Sympathetic Resonance And Tube Temperature
When an object is vibrating at its own natural resonant frequency as a result of an external influence, then it is vibrating in sympathy with the external influence that is causing it to vibrate and is in sympathetic resonance. This principle of Sympathetic Resonance is used in the BCX411 Ray Tube products to vibrate micro organisms in the body. When they are vibrating in sympathetic resonance with the frequency delivered by the plasma tubes, they transmit an energy wave that is caused by the movement of their own vibration.
03/17/2017 11:11 AM
Atomic Structure: Beyond the Discovery of the "Indivisible"
Everyone is familiar with the atom for it is the basis of all matter, but what about its origin? What or who planted the seed for modern atomic theory?
03/17/2017 10:32 AM
Issac Newton's Law of Inertia
In this particular article, readers will be able to understand Issac Newton's Law of Inertia by learning its meaning and through real world examples. Physics, as we all know it has is the natural science, which involves the study of matter and its motion. Believe or not, we use physics in our everyday lives, people use it such as athletes, dancers and so on and so forth.
03/10/2017 02:44 PM
Time to Get Over the "Yuck Factor"
The time has come to utilize reused water to allow meeting our societies drinking water needs of the future. Nature has used the recycles all our water for millions of years. We can as well.
03/10/2017 02:36 PM
The Basics of the Calvin Cycle
The Calvin Cycle-or also known as the C3c cycle, Calvin-Benson Bassham (CBB) cycle, dark reaction, or reductive pentose phosphate cycle- was discovered by Melvin Calvin, James Bassham, and Andrew Benson in the year of 1950. This cycle does not directly require light making it a light independent reaction of photosynthesis. The Calvin Cycle starts out with carbon dioxide entering a plant through its leaves that contain pores called the stomata.
02/22/2017 09:01 AM
Principle of PH Measurement
The pH of a substance indicates how many hydrogen ions (H+) it forms in a certain measured volume of water. A pH meter shows the value as to how acidity or alkalinity a liquid is. The basic principle of the pH meter is measuring the density of hydrogen ions.
02/22/2017 08:49 AM
Standard Operating Procedure and Its Implementation
For the pharmaceutical industry, the buzzword is GMP and its implementation at all the levels to ensure the product quality. The product quality is the main responsibility of the Quality unit, comprising of Quality Control laboratory and Quality Assurance. The product quality is the responsibility of all the personnel involved in its manufacture, analysis, release or distribution to the market.
02/22/2017 08:48 AM
Environmental Isolates in Pharmaceuticals
Many centuries ago, the existence of the so-called germs was only a theory. But after years of research medical and pharmaceutical research, it has been confirmed beyond any doubt that all around us, we live surrounded by bacteria and viruses, some of which are good for us, some dangerous, and some that protect us but can become pathogens. So man sought new ways to protect himself from the dangers in the environment.
02/21/2017 02:10 PM
Feasible Convex Sets and Dead Constraints in Linear Programming
Linear Programming formulations sometimes have over specified constraints that removing them does not make any difference to the optimal solution. This article discusses some of these constraints.
02/21/2017 11:19 AM
The Application of Physics to Modern Youth
The article is meant to inform readers about the general branches of physics and their application to daily life functions. The average person will hopefully be able to see themselves as a physics student after reading thoroughly.
02/21/2017 07:55 AM
Global Warming Theory Is Rife With Manipulated Data, Bloated Bureaucratic Budgets And Hot Air
As the founder of a think tank that happens to operate online, you can bet we've had our share of discussions about Global Warming and Climate Change. Still, a theory which can be proved or disproved with every single piece of evidence isn't a theory at all. If there are no hurricanes it's global warming, if there are more hurricanes global warming. If there is a drought it's global warming, if there is a flood global warming, lots of tornadoes = global warming, none that year, must be global warming. Did someone throw away their Farmer's Almanac because I see repeating patterns there which explain it all - just look at 1955 for instance?
02/21/2017 07:55 AM
Is More Climate Science Needed From NASA?
NASA has one of the largest budgets in the world for climate science, but why? Why is NASA which stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and nothing in that title would lead us to believe that its mission, studying the climate here on our home planet. Now then, where as it is true that NASA has been doing Earth Sciences for decades, learning more about how our planet works, allows them to better come up with theories on what the environment is like on celestial bodies humans will visit into the future. Okay, that's nice, but in-depth climate science and a yearly budget of $2 Billion is a little more than the taxpayer's can handle.
02/21/2017 07:53 AM
Leftist Journalists Are Destroying Confidence In Science
Most people, including journalists and Science Writers don't fully read or understand the research papers they are writing about. They read the minimum - abstract, conclusion, title and go with it, unfortunately this causes lots of problem and misunderstanding with the public as to what the science is all about. Rarely will anyone read through the data - this is a pet peeve of mine as I read the headlines in articles about Climate Science and Global Warming. Not long ago, I was discussing this issue with some NASA employees who work in the Climate Science division, as they've watched their science misused for high-impact newspaper headlines and provocative website click-bait titles on articles.
02/20/2017 07:58 AM
NASA, NOAA And Earth Sciences
Many ask; why is NASA doing 'Earth Sciences' when it is supposed to be studying space and other planets? Well, NASA has been studying the Earth for quite a while, and perhaps you are aware of NASA's study of the Earth, undersea environments, picking up meteorites at the pole, looking at auroras, geological formations, etc. - and this makes sense because if you plan on studying other planets you need to know as much as you can about your home planet. Still, why is NASA busy studying Global Warming on our tax dollars?
02/07/2017 11:48 AM
Family Planning
Family planning is important in order to stabilize the population and the economic statuses of different countries. There have been theorists who make their conclusions in regards to how the economy will collapse. Through this essay, we will discuss the different forms of family planning, as well as, different perspectives on family planning.
02/07/2017 08:01 AM
Adjusting The Data To Fit Climate Modeling Is Not Science - It's Fraud
Most folks actually believe that humankind's CO2 emissions are killing our planet, causing catastrophic warming. That is just complete and utter nonsense, but it is typical of humans to view their importance on the planet in such a way - a real denial of reality. Climate Skeptics are not crazy, they rightfully question the science behind the curtain. Science does not rely on consensus. If one person, say Copernicus believes the Earth is Round and everyone else including the Catholic Church says it's flat, it doesn't matter - if it round, it is round.
02/03/2017 09:24 AM
Different Uses Of Synthetic Urine
Synthetic urine is somewhat the same with the human urine. Hence, most laboratories cannot detect it when used for passing drug tests.
02/03/2017 07:57 AM
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 human brain. Now then, we now know what sorts of changes occur from research and it is interesting that the images of dolphin brains have also been imaged.
01/30/2017 11:47 AM
A New Science of Mind and Society?
A New Science of Mind and Society-Part One - The reader will not here meet with any of those bold flights which seem to characterize the works of the present age... these generally arise from the mind's collecting all its powers to view only one side of the subject, while it leaves the other unobserved.
01/26/2017 10:50 AM
Process Analytical Technology (PAT) in Pharmaceuticals
Process analytical technology is a method through which the pharmaceutical manufacturing process is designed, controlled and analyzed in order to ensure the quality and the attributes of the raw materials used and manufacturing processes are ideal in order to produce a final product of the highest quality. This is achieved through the measurement of Critical Process Parameters (CPP) which are the key variables affecting the pharmaceutical products' production process and have a direct impact on the products perceived quality. Due to their nature, It is necessary to perform process analytical technology (PAT) in pharmaceuticals, to ensure that the products are...
01/26/2017 09:15 AM
Physics and Metaphysics: Only One Reality
How do we understand the World? How does the Universe behave? What constitute the origin of the Universe?
01/25/2017 09:47 AM
GxP in Pharmaceuticals
GxP refers to the "Good Practices" whose rulings are observed in the pharmaceutical industry. This body sets the standard that all pharmaceutical companies should abide by, in order to continue conducting business. GxP is the overall regulation and includes various sections including, Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), Good Automated Manufacturing Practice (GAMP) and Good Clinical Practice (GCP).
01/25/2017 09:36 AM
Determination of Cold and Hot Spot in Stability Chambers
Back in the day, pharmaceutical companies have made a huge leap forward. When storing the drugs in one way or another may be exposed to a variety of factors, affecting the quality and lead to a change of properties. By destroying the main parameters include increased storage temperature, the action of light, moisture content oxygen or carbon dioxide in the air, the impact microorganisms and so the packaging structure etc.
01/23/2017 11:12 AM
Cross Contamination in Pharmaceuticals
One of the common ways of increasing food shelf life and keeping it fresh is by refrigerating. Most people store different kinds of foods in their refrigerators and thus it is important that you know the manner in which to store your food to avoid contamination. Cross contamination can spoil your food and cause you infection and disease as it involves the movement of bacteria from raw food and unclean utensils to the food that you are ready to eat.
01/23/2017 11:11 AM
Titration in a Pharmaceutical Laboratory
Analysis plays a key role in the evaluation of any compound for its quality. It helps us to keep a check on the quality, safety of drugs, food, chemicals and other important methods of analytical chemistry to evaluate chemical substances. It is a method of analysis wherein a substance under test is allowed to react with a known compound in a solution in presence of an indicator.
12/21/2016 07:48 AM
Science Research Funding Under A Trump Administration - What Will Happen?
Right after Donald Trump won the presidency, scientists and researchers got together to stage a large protest with signs and marched on Washington DC to make their case for research funding fearing that academia would be cut off from those 10s of billions of dollars in money flows to themselves and their institutions. Apparently, academia is worried their gravy train will end, and maybe they are right - but protesting won't work. Academia is already in serious challenges due to the outstanding college loan debt default rates. Is this a perfect storm for science? Let's look at this a little closer shall we?
12/20/2016 12:43 PM
Acharya Kanad - Conceptualized the Idea of Atomic Theory 2,500 Years Ago
We all know that the Atomic Theory was developed by an English chemist and physicist John Dalton. The Atomic Theory is a scientific theory of the nature of matter, which states that matter is composed of discrete units called atoms. However, a theory of atoms was actually formulated 2,500 years before Dalton by an Indian sage and philosopher, known as Acharya Kanad.
12/14/2016 09:25 AM
Which Is the Best Option M.Sc (I.T) or B.Tech (I.T)?
It is a technical world of professionalism. It provides learning, skills and knowledge to develop professionals of high standard. There are several courses in this field, among them we will discuss on M.sc (I.T) and B.tech (I.T).
12/13/2016 07:57 AM
Fudged Climate Data - It's Time to Come Clean
We seem to have some pretty close, almost too close, collaboration when it comes to climate science data - it's as if everyone has decided to share data and integrate it together from multiple sources, then enter it into super computers to predict future climate change. Unfortunately, this wrecks of intellectual fraud and is counter to real science data. We have too many well-funded agencies, academics all trying to prove themselves right, conveniently looking away or throwing away data which doesn't jive with their preconceived theories or desired outcomes of the research. In walks the IPCC (a political organization) to declare "The Science is Settled" when in reality nothing could be further from the truth, even the concept of scientific consensus is "false" as if "consensus" is even relevant to science at all.
12/06/2016 09:27 AM
What is the Difference Between a Scanning Kelvin Probe Microscopy and Electrostatic Force Microscopy
Scanning Probe Microscopy (or SKPM) is a form of high resolution and high sensitivity imaging adopted by scientists and researchers to measure the surface potential of an individual sample. It is also sometimes known as surface potential microscopy, and is a noncontact variant of Atomic Force Microscopy (or AFM).


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