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Making Diamonds Using The Earth


We can make diamonds using the Earth's inner forces, extreme pressure and heat. We simply send Carbon Blocks in tubes, which have been drilled into the Earth's Mantle.

Einstein Half Dead


100 years ago Albert Einstein developed his Relativity Theory of physics that claimed that the universe is actually based on a space-time-gravity continuum (a non-mechanical version of Rene Descartes' earlier mechanical ether theory) and with time as variable and relative.Einstein believed that his theory disproved "all of Isaac Newton's physics theory", and that "Newton's theory" had disproved all earlier physics theories.

An Immortal Horse


Egyptian scholars know there is little other than fiction that can be written about the civilization that lived on the banks of the Nile in far more recent times than the beginning of the 'Old Copper Culture'. All these things are related and the old fictions are replaceable with the story of a worldwide culture with trading posts in each and every part of the world.

Where Do Insects Go When It Rains?


Have you ever wondered where insects go when it rains? We have all seen a poor unfortunate spider washed down the plughole so we know how vulnerable they are to rushing water. Surely then, isn't rain one of their worst enemies?Sorry, but this is one of these "it depends" things.

Embryonic Stem Cell


Stem cells are primitive undifferentiated cells that have the capability to form any of the 220 different types of cells in the human body. The embryonic stem cell is found in the embryo and develops into various cells that make a baby.

Mississippi River Mouth Debris Jetting Using Acoustic Transducers


The Mighty Mississippi is backing up and causing flooding issues due to over growth build up at its river mouth. This is dangerous because that region is already so close to sea level.

Acoustic Transducers and Material Memory in Pipelines to Create Flow Up Hill


For the better part of human history mechanical pumps and suction techniques have been used to bring water uphill. By using dynamic pressure, downhill kinetic energy, pumps, suction and heating up the fluid mankind has been busy getting those fluids to market or desired areas.

Building an Ice House on Mars


There is ice at the Martian Poles, one of the poles has water ice in abundance. Such an ice over region could easily be converted into a habitat for a Martian Colony of human explorers.

Tactile Pressure Sensors for Future Robotics


Scientists and Robotic Researchers are attempting to design human type personal assistance robots. As they work to develop algorithms, which most resemble the thought processes of the human brain others are attempting to make them more life like thru human behavioral techniques of mirroring and facial features.

Tactile Squeegee for Plexiglas Windows


Cleaning Plexiglas windows is not easy, you have to be careful to apply the right amount of pressure. Too little pressure and you do not clean it very well.

Archaeology


When the Egypt Exploration Fund was created they had memoranda and articles of incorporation that directed the funding for site excavations which showed promise of being outside the Bible Narrative - should not be researched! This troublesome kind of bias is beyond reproach because sites like Memphis have been built over and for all intents and purposes destroyed. In the efforts of people like Schliemann (Troy) and Evans (Crete) to uncover their dreams that led from the 'myths' of Homer they also confused and made horrible mistakes that allow debunking science to discredit artifacts that would have proven valuable.

How Did DNA Testing Children Begin?


The landmark immigration case Sarbah vs. Home Office (1985) was the first to use DNA testing to prove a mother-son relationship between Christiana Sarbah and her son Andrew.

How Can DNA Testing Help an Immigration Case?


DNA testing is routinely used in immigration cases to prove whether a child under 18 is a biological child of or, in some cases, is related to an individual with a leave to remain in the UK. Most DNA tests for immigration reasons are parentage testing (paternity or maternity) but in some cases a grand parentage or avuncular (whether a child is a nephew or a niece of the sponsor) test is employed to prove an alleged relationship.

Telescopes - Principle of Operation and Factors that Affect Its Properties


Telescopes are devices that are used to view the distant objects. They find its use in astronomy and physics.

What is Science?


Students often ask; "What exactly is science?" Professors explain by discussing theories, proofs, laws of physics, observations, duplication of results, etc..

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Mountains Bigger Than Everest Deep Inside Earth Revealed by Scientists  Sputnik International

The second largest earthquake on record allowed scientists to glimpse into the terrain under the planet's surface, revealing peaks higher than the Himalayas.


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Scientists create super-thin 'sheet' that could charge our phones  The Guardian

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A sleep-inducing gene, nemuri, links sleep and immune function in Drosophila  Science Magazine

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Scientists Are Totally Rethinking Animal Cognition  The Atlantic

What science can tell us about how other creatures experience the world.


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Alligators gobble rocks to stay underwater longer  Science Magazine

New study may help solve the mystery of why crocodylians swallow stones.


A nearby river of stars  Science Daily

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Human consciousness is supported by dynamic complex patterns of brain signal coordination  Science Advances

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Science Center offers "Play" as alternative to screen addiction  10News

A new exhibit at the Fleet Science Center uses hands-on activities to teach kids and adults the importance of play.


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