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The Power of Nature

Plants and mental health It’s pretty well understood that the natural world is important to our immediate physical well being. It provides food for us to eat or air to breath. But further than that, the scientific evidence referenced to

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Review of Celestron Amoeba Microscope!

An honest, unscientific review of a digital microscope There’s probably nothing more fun than playing around with a super cool microscope -especially if there’s nobody telling you what to do or how to do it. With that being said, I

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Lifelong Learning Tips for High School!

      Learning can become addictive. Now, if you’re anything similar to the way I was in high school, then you might feel like you never have time after going to school, participating in extracurricular activities and doing homework

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Important Thermal Properties in Physics

Source: http://cnx.org/content/m42228/latest/?collection=col11406/latest Two of the most important thermal properties in physics are thermal conductivity and heat capacity. It is the reason why objects are cold on one end and eventually heat up to a certain temperature after a certain time. Notice

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The Basic Science Behind Toilets

The reasons why we are not living like we’re back in the stone ages…is due to some simple science Not going to lie, but sometimes the best way to get over writers block is just to drop a deuce in

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The Science Behind a Balloon and your Hair

Two completely opposite objects that can actually cause an attraction? You must have done this at some point in your life, where you take a balloon and rub it all over your hair, and then as a result, as you

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The Technological Singularity: When could reality become like the Terminator?

Why Computers having 0.01% of the brain’s intelligence is concerning   Image Source: http://www.enterrasolutions.com/media/data-brain1.jpg Human speech recognition has finally become a possibility in the 21st century. This is a big deal. Now our smartphones can listen to human commands and

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The Difference between Absolute and Gauge Pressure

Two completely different ideas of pressure are more closely related than you think When you deal with calculating pressures either in class or on the job, there are two types of pressure that are important for you to distinguish between

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The Building Blocks of Every Programming Language (Part 2)

A continuation of The Building Blocks of Every Programming Language – Part 1 In the last post we went into variables, mathematical operations, and conditionals. Now things are going to get really interesting as we go into loops and functions.

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How does Skipping a Stone on Water work?

The classic outdoors pastime, with a scientific twist You must have done this at some point in your life, or at least have been interested in doing it. Skipping a stone across water is a classic activity to do outdoors,

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