Science

Facebook Twitter
Medical

Engeneering

Energy

Electricity

Computers

Chemistry

Astronomy

How to Make Your Own Glowing Light Bulbs That Don't Need Electricity How to Make Your Own Glowing Light Bulbs That Don't Need Electricity Also, there's that whole wrinkle of the fact that flashlights can be turned off. If you put these bulbs anywhere that you want to have no light, well, you're out of luck. You can't turn them off. You'll have to always put up with these glowing lights around the house. Why not just do the right thing and keep some solar-charged LED flashlights around the house? They charge pretty easily and last forever (or at least I've never had the battery die on one yet and we've had them for at least a couple years, and they don't even have to be in bright light to charge...).
Ten Most Extreme Substances Known to Man | Ten Most
This Will Mindfuck You: The Double-Slit Experiment The video below shows scientific proof that there is something NOT quite logical or scientific about this universe. The mere act of observation can completely change the outcome of an event! Before I get too ahead of myself, you need to watch the video below to understand: (Forgive the corny cartoon character explaining the concept — at least he knows his stuff) This Will Mindfuck You: The Double-Slit Experiment
Increase RSS - Get More Traffic Web Traffic Guide
Bees Solve Complex Problems Faster Than Supercomputers In a new study, researchers report that bumblebees were able to figure out the most efficient routes among several computer-controlled "flowers," quickly solving a complex problem that even stumps supercomputers. We already know bees are pretty good at facial recognition, and researchers have shown they can also be effective air-quality monitors. Bumblebees can solve the classic "traveling salesman" problem, which keeps supercomputers busy for days. They learn to fly the shortest possible route between flowers even if they find the flowers in a different order, according to a new British study. The traveling salesman problem is a problem in computer science; it involves finding the shortest possible route between cities, visiting each city only once. Bees are the first animals to figure this out, according to Queen Mary University of London researchers. Bees Solve Complex Problems Faster Than Supercomputers
100 Best (Free) Science Documentaries Online No matter how much you know, there is always something new to learn about science. While your college courses may cover the basics, you can get a more in-depth look at a wide variety of topics from Internet resources such as these great documentaries. These selections will help you explore everything from the inner reaches of the human mind to the outer areas of our universe and just about everything else in between. Better yet, they’re all free to watch online so you can learn more without spending a dime. Health and Medicine These documentaries cover topics like health care, diseases, nutrition, nursing, and more so you can get great insights into health and medicine. 100 Best (Free) Science Documentaries Online
Is the Universe a Holographic Reality? - Global One TV Is the Universe a Holographic Reality? - Global One TV The Universe as a Hologram by Michael Talbot Does Objective Reality Exist, or is the Universe a Phantasm? In 1982 a remarkable event took place. At the University of Paris a research team led by physicist Alain Aspect performed what may turn out to be one of the most important experiments of the 20th century. You did not hear about it on the evening news.
A Creepy Monster of the Forest: The Albino, Vampiric Redwood Tree : Discoblog Organisms with albino mutations are pretty weird in general, but albino plants are extra weird. Ultra-rare albino redwood trees completely lack the green pigment chlorophyll, which they need to live (by photosynthesizing nutrients from light). These plants are literally vampires. They are pale (everwhite instead of evergreen), and they survive by sucking the life from other trees. A Creepy Monster of the Forest: The Albino, Vampiric Redwood Tree : Discoblog
Technology

Psycology