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Soap Science With current events as they are, I thought I would post some information on what soap is and how it works. The ancient Babylonians are credited with being the first people to make soap - almost 5000 years ago. Their basic recipe was...
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Livestream the Northern Lights As governments continue to mandate social distancing measures, non-essential travel is out of the question. But while you’re quarantining at home, you can still see one of nature’s most stunning atmospheric phenomena...
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In honor of International Women’s Day... Alice Ball, Chemist Alice Ball was born in 1892 in Seattle, Washington. She studied chemistry at the University of Hawaii, where she became the first woman and first black American to obtain both her Maste...
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Happy Pancake Day
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Soak Up The Sun Astronomers have just released the highest resolution images of the sun ever seen. They were taken by the Inouye Solar Telescope atop Haleakala volcano in Maui, Hawaii. The telescope’s first images show a cell-like network of “b...
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World’s Largest Flower? Scientists recently found what might be the largest flower in the world. It is the rafflesia and was discovered in the jungle in West Sumatra. It is 1.1 meters (over 3.6 feet) in diameter. The plant has no roots or leaves...
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The evaporation and condensation process.
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Source at bottom of post Computing a hard limit on growth Vaclav Smil’s latest book investigates the cost of energy use on a planet with finite resources. Melanie Moses praises the result. Melanie Moses PDF version Combines harvest soybeans ne...
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NEWS 10 SEPTEMBER 2019 False statements about climate change trip people up Respondents in survey couldn’t always tell climate facts from falsehoods — even when they were sure they were right. Quirin Schiermeier People walk past a "carbon cl...
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I've read about science since I was about 7. I am not a scientist? But I ... College... I read a lot, borrow books, lol, theories being what they are, still better than hypothesis, and one day I read that the Earth is flat and that nonsense ant...
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The new generation of space telescopes will be very exciting and informative. https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-49648746
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Science starts with observation. We look at the world, and we notice things. Many of these things seem to be related, and so we try to come up with an explanation as to how they’re related. This explanation is called a Theory… we can think of these a...
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I ran across this piece today in one of my news pushes. Here is the Abstract: Coral and macroalgal communities are threatened by global stressors. However, recently reported community shifts from temperate macroalgae to tropical corals offer cons...
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For what it’s worth https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-to-debate-a-science-denier/
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I am BLINDED BY SCIENCE! lol
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Rachel Carson Marine biologist and nature writer Rachel Carson was born this day in 1907 in Springdale, Pennsylvania. She was the youngest of three children and became a published writer for children’s magazines by age 10. She attended the Penns...
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In honor of International Women’s Day... With a PhD in astrophysics from Cambridge University, Jocelyn Bell (1943-) built and worked on a radio telescope during her graduate studies. She discovered a repeating radio signal which, though it was ini...
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I studied Life Sciences at Brunel. I got a two: one! I'm working in the sector. It's enjoyable, you get a feeling of doing good.
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https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/948287/brain-transplant-human-mouse-hybrid-salk-institute The mice, upon entering a maze refused to participate just for cheese, they demanded a fair minimum wage plus benefits. A few hundred mice have applied ...
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