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It may sound like the stuff of science fiction, but there is ample evidence to suggest that humans are capable of moving objects with their minds. Why You Need To Stop Using These Hand Dryers. A wise man once said you can judge a public bathroom by their hand dryers.
But as sleek as they look, those hand dryers might not be as hygienic as you think, according to a study on virus dispersal. The study was published earlier this year in the Journal of Applied Microbiology and has more recently been stoking the fire of a longstanding rivalry between Dyson and paper towel manufacturers. The research looked at the virus dispersal of three different hand-washing methods: paper towels, conventional “warm air” dryers, and “jet dryers” such as the Dyson Airblade. Their findings showed that the Airblade-type models spread 1,300 times more viral plaque-forming units than paper towels. Compared to “warm air” dryers, Airblades spread 60 times the amount. Welcome to the ‘Hydraulic Press’ YouTube channel, a truly crushing experience. The first thing you see is a black and white montage accompanied by an infectious heavy metal soundtrack.
A button is pushed, a lever pulled, a needle jumps within a pressure gauge. Then comes a male voice, thick with a Finnish accent: “Welcome to the Hydraulic Press Channel.” Since the beginning of October 2015, Lauri Vuohensilta has been crushing random objects to smithereens, just for the sheer pleasure of it. He’s pulverized a rubber duck, a jawbreaker, various kinds of fruit, a hockey puck, a Barbie, Lego cars and a cable box, among other assorted and strange items. Crushing stuff is all that Vuohensilta does for his YouTube channel, which has gained almost 700,000 subscribers and nearly 51 million total views in just seven months.
Crushing diamond with hydraulic press. This is what Microsoft HoloLens is really like. There was a fish in the bathtub.
That was one of the first things we saw in the hotel room after we put on Microsoft’s developer-ready version of HoloLens, the augmented reality headset it believes will transform the way we learn, work, and play. We had the chance to use HoloLens for a couple of hours earlier this week in San Francisco, where Microsoft was hosting its annual developers conference. The $3,000 headset just started shipping to Microsoft developers and commercial customers, though it’s not yet widely available to consumers. Tips for Writing a Science Report / Paper. By Grace Fleming First things first: The most important rule to remember when writing a paper is to follow the instructions your teacher provides.
Teachers always have the prerogative to decide what rules, formats, or procedures they prefer for any paper, so the teacher’s guidelines for any assignment will overrule instructions you find on the Internet or in a style guide. If your teacher did not assign specific guidelines for your science paper, however, or if your teacher did provide guidelines but you’ve left them at school and you’re now stuck at home—then you can feel safe in following the general practices and preferences for writing science papers. First Grade Math Tests in American and Finnish Classrooms. Future of science: 'We will have the power of the gods' Study Reveals What Cannabis Does To Your Brain. According to a new study, smoking high-potency skunk-like cannabis can significantly damage white matter, which is responsible for connecting different areas of the brain.
The team explored the impact of cannabis potency in inducing psychosis. They used an MRI technique to look at the white matter of 99 people, 56 of which had reported a first psychotic episode. They found that white matter damage was significantly greater among heavy users of high-potency cannabis compared to occasional or low-potency users. Dr. Friends - Joey's new brain [English subtitles] The Element Song. I fucking love science. Glow In The Dark Roads TURN DRIVING INTO TRON. Dose. Faith In Humanity Lost. 15 Dumbest Patients Of All Time. Faith In Humanity Lost. 15 Dumbest Patients Of All...
Faith In Humanity Lost. 15 Dumbest Patients Of All Time. By TrendyJoe Life Funny via imgur via imgur Collage source: imgur. If You Grew Up Before The Year 2,000… You Will Laugh Hysterically At This! 7 Facts About Victorian Tech Hero Ada Lovelace - Biography.com. Author Sydney Padua unleashes the genius of Ada Lovelace, the talented mathematician and daughter of Lord Byron, in her hilarious new graphic novel "The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace & Babbage: The (Mostly) True Story of the First Computer," and imagines what if Lovelace and inventor Charles Babbage, the "father of computing," lived on and used their collective brain power to. . . fight crime?
Lovelace was just a teenager when she met Babbage at a demonstration of a model of his Difference Engine. She would later translate a description of Babbage’s plans for his mechanical calculating machine, adding copious annotations including the first appearance of the general computing theory, 100 years before an actual computer was built.
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A Rough Guide To Spotting Bad Science. We aren't kidding when we say we Fucking Love Science, but it might be more accurate to say we Fucking Love Good Science.
There's a lot of bad science out there, either through deliberate fraud or genuine mistakes. There is also a lot of bad science reporting, making out perfectly good research to be something it is not. Andy Brunning of Chemistry site Compound Interest has put together this guide on warning signs for bad science. 16 Ridiculous But True Facts That Will Make People Think You're A Liar. Posted Nov 20, by Dominic Trombino. Watch Kids Try to Figure Out a Walkman. Prepare to Feel Really, Really Old. A Brief History of Weapons — The Nib Are Touchscreens Melting Your Kid’s Brain? Tablets and other touchscreens will keep your kids quiet. But will they also melt their brains?
Tavis Coburn Children today are surrounded by screen upon screen upon screen: second screens, third screens, screens on our wrists and even our faces. 25 Life Lessons from Albert Einstein. Can We Auto-Correct Humanity?