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Using Green Energy To Make The World A Better Place

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 Mohamed Shaker (October 12, 2016)  Using Green Energy To Make The World A Better Place Using less of what is needed to run your homestead may be much easier than you think. Without a lot of effort, you may be able to use less energy and save yourself some money. This article provides several great ideas that you can use to get started. When designing outdoor lighting for your patio or garden path, consider solar-powered .. (Science)

Uses and Diverse Benefits of Inverted Microscope

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 Bruce Markey (December 17, 2015)  Inverted microscope as the name suggests offers the view of the studied object from the opposite direction. It has its light source and the condenser lens located above the specimen and thus provides a bottom-up view from the reverse side. They are highly used in studying larger objects out in the open or in natural ambience. Inverted versus upright microscope While in using upright .. (Science)

Career options after 12th Science with PCM

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 Rahul Rai (July 16, 2015)  The joy of passing the 12th Standard has not yet subsided and you are already anxious about the road ahead of what career path to choose which would enable you to create a mark in your professional journey. This time is crucial and the decision you are going to make after your 12th Standard is practically going to change everything about your life. So be careful, think deeply before .. (Science)

Truth Labs - India first independent Forensic Science Lab

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 Sunil Kilaru (September 10, 2014)  Truth Labs is India’s first independent Forensic Science Lab. Truth Labs is an NGO which was established with the objective of helping the victims of Crime and Injustice by providing Scientific Investigation and Detective services using modern Forensic tools and techniques at affordable costs with International Quality. Truth Labs was established in October 2007 by Dr. K. P. C. .. (Science)

Six Great Careers You Can Get With an Environmental Science Degree

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 Bruce Markey (February 22, 2014)  Researching and ultimately conserving the environment is already an important field of work and will only increase in its importance over time and the environment is further degraded, and will eventually be an invaluable area of expertise in the world. Studying environmental science is a great way to get yourself on a promising career track, protect the environment and take your pick .. (Science)

What Is Hazardous Waste Material?

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 Chelsea Terris (January 03, 2014)  Hazardous waste is defined by a material or substance that is potentially dangerous or damaging to public health or to the environment. They come in all forms including solids, liquids, and gases. Often, these materials are discarded commercial products, or could be by-products as a result of manufacturing. All hazardous waste products must first be deemed a solid waste under the .. (Science)

is Nursing A Rewarding Job?

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 Davis Mards (December 15, 2012)  It is crucial to recognize that nurses are required in expanding numbers throughout the United States. Nurses attend to clients and do a rather big quantity of the physical work included. Nurses are coached in nursing institute prior to getting a job. When institution is completed, nurses apply for tasks in their preferred location. Nurses could specialize in locations such as kidney .. (Science)

Different Ways of Buying Bees

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 Bruce Markey (November 28, 2012)  If you are a first time beekeeper, there are various ways in which you can acquire bees. There are several important factors you need to consider when it comes to buying bees. If you are new to the whole process, it is better to buy packaged bees. The packaged bees contain three to five pounds of clustered bees with a queen in a different cage. The bees are fed on sugar syrup while .. (Science)

Want To Find a Good Collection Of Science Books?!

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 Mahmoud Saad (September 12, 2012)  My ME Mall has the widest collection of science books especially from authors who have the intention to share their science background. They can be professors, researchers, scientist and sometimes students too who have inquiring minds. While normally one is clued on to the TV sets or going place this holiday season, there re a select few who are using their super intelligence minds for . (Science)

3 Safety Strategies for using Household Chemicals

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 Lukman Nulhakiem (June 16, 2012)  The majority of us buy numerous kinds of cleaning utility caddy from the supermarket shelves. Ammonia, bleach, and a number of other chemicals fill our grocery buggies, after which our houses. Many items that contains these substances happen to be employed for decades or longer, though not everybody understands how to clean together securely, be responsible for serious and often harmful . (Science)

Water Well Drillers and their Expertise

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 Bruce Markey (April 18, 2012)  Water well drillers gather knowledge about depth and yield of drilling water wells, which saves considerable amount of your money. You can be assured of the fact that reliable water well drillers will charge you the right amount to test wells and drilling them as well. Water well drillers use GF 3500 to detect signals that arise out of water movements, and not the rock matrix. Depth .. (Science)

A Short Write-up On the subject of The Various Categorizations of Petroleum

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 Roger Puntilio (April 16, 2012)  This particular report talks about lots of the key sorts of petrols and artificial petroleum. Numerous remediation systems for every kind of petroleum are outlined and the consequences that a spillage of each variety of petroleum might have on the natural environment. An oil spill can be understood to be an accidental discharge of petrol in a water source, like from a ship, offshore .. (Science)

Oil Spill Clean-up Points

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 Roger Puntilio (April 01, 2012)  The subsequent article analyzes 4 achievable ideas for cleaning up an oil spill. The strategies consist of doing nothing, utilizing sorbents, utilizing chemicals, and employing bacteria. May want to look into the report and choose the most effective approach for your requirements. Day after day, men and women throughout the world use about 3 billion gallons of oil. Virtually all of .. (Science)

What can You Expect from Well Drillers

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 Bruce Markey (March 15, 2012)  If you think the task of locating water just anywhere is easy, think again. Drilling wells can be costly and thus you should avoid drilling water wells just anywhere. If you are planning to dig a well in your backyard, it is essential that you get in touch with the well drillers, who have the necessary equipments and experience to perform drilling task with ease. You won't have to spend . (Science)

The geography of the world in facts

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 Ciprian Mirica (February 24, 2012)  I hope you will enjoy the following list with geographical facts about our world: - Canada is home to 10% of the world’s forests and holds 20% of the world’s freshwater. - The North American Great Lakes have a total area of 244,106 sq km / 94,250 sq mi and represent 21% of the world’s surface fresh water. - Lake Victoria is Africa’s largest lake by area .. (Science)

The Earth in geographical facts

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 Ciprian Mirica (February 24, 2012)  “The Blue Planet” is a huge source of curiosities when it comes to its geography. The facts below are just a few examples: - Sudan’s GDP is about the same with that of the US state of Idaho (approximately 54 billion $). - The total world GDP reached 70 trillion $ in 2011. In comparison, the world GDP in 2010 was about 63 trillion $. - Approximately 40% of the total .. (Science)

Intriguing geographical facts about the world

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 Ciprian Mirica (February 24, 2012)  The world we live in has a lot of interesting things that are just waiting to be discovered. The facts mentioned below are just a few of these things: - 35% of the total population of Australia lives in the New South Wales state. - Manila, the capital city of the Philippines, is the most densely populated city in the world. - The southern Chinese city of Beihai is the fastest growing . (Science)

Interesting contemporary geographical facts about the world

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 Ciprian Mirica (February 24, 2012)  Just have a few minutes off and try to imagine how diverse and intriguing is the world we live in. Now please read the facts below: - With a a width of 1,708 metres (5,604 ft) and height of 108 metres (354 ft), the Victoria Falls is the largest in the world. - The Nurek Dam on the Vakhsh River in Tajikistan is considered the tallest dam in the world with a height of 300 m (984 ft). - .. (Science)

Curious facts about the world's geography

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 Ciprian Mirica (February 24, 2012)  Our contemporary world has a lot to offer in terms of interesting things, especially from geographic point of view. Fell free to read the following facts: - Since the proclamation of its independence in 1825, Bolivia had passed through more than 175 revolutions, thus making it one of the most politically unstable country in the world. - The total length of the Pan-American Highway is .. (Science)

An Introduction to the Ills of Monocropping

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 Steve Waller (February 23, 2012)  When people think about the damage that is being currently done to the environment, their thoughts probably leap to one a few stock images. They might picture lines of static traffic, tailing back for innumerable miles down the highway, a low-lying smog of exhaust fumes hovering ominously above level of the car’s aerials. Alternatively, they might envisage plumes of smoke, .. (Science)

SIA CCTV Training – The best course to become a CCTV Operator

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 Jhonny Smith (February 10, 2012)  CCTV has now become essential due to the SIA rules. In order to ensure that the SIA guidelines are followed word-by-word, the security industry has emphasized on the CCTV course and training before a SIA licence is issued. This is done for the benefit of the public as well as for the candidate involved in this profession. After all, handling public space surveillance tools is not .. (Science)

The History of Glasses and Spectacles

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 Paul Atherton (January 20, 2012)  The UK population is becoming more and more reliant on glasses, 66% of the population are glasses wearers and yet there is no definite reference to who invented glasses. Egyptian hieroglyphics from 500 BC, show the use of a basic lens and this is believed to be the earliest reference to the use of lenses to help improve vision. More conclusive evidence suggests that during one of Marco . (Science)

How a Solar Cell works and why you should use Solar Energy Often

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 Simone Jennings (December 06, 2011)  Technology of the solar cell was there for the past 60 years but there is a lot of emphasis on it at present. More and more instruments that harness power of sunlight appear these days. You get solar powered cell phone chargers, Solar powered calculators, wrist watches and many more. There are even solar powered garden lights that collect power from the sun’s rays during the day .. (Science)

Percentage Calculator – A Useful tool

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 Edmund Brunetti (November 22, 2011)  The subject of Mathematics has always been a source of problem for students of all ages. When it comes to Mathematics, students just find themselves not up to the mark to solve the various problems and sums or get nightmares at the very thought of it. There are plenty of tools that are found on the internet that help students to overcome their problems. These tools provide a ready .. (Science)

Geographical Facts - World Infrastructure and Economy

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 Ciprian Mirica (October 21, 2011)  The people of Earth have always tried to outpass themselves in constructing the highest, longest or biggest items of infrastructure. Also, the infrastructure plays an important part in an economy, a well-developed infracture being a strong foundation for a performant economy. Check out this list with facts about infrastructure and economy: - It will take you 6 days to travel from Moscow . (Science)

Interesting World Demographics Facts

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 Ciprian Mirica (October 21, 2011)  Demographics show the statistical characteristics of a population, from age and gender to religion and race. The demographics of the world and its countries is a generous source of curious and interesting facts that will make you say “I never thought of that !!!”. Check out the facts below: - The world population increased from 1 billion in 1804 to an estimated 7 billion in . (Science)

World Geographical Facts

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 Ciprian Mirica (October 21, 2011)  At a closer look, the geography of the world we live in offers plenty of interesting things that you wouldn’t think of in the first place. Take a moment to discover some curious facts that will make your imagination fly and thoughts wander across the globe. For instance, did you know that: - The name “Earth” comes from the Anglo-Saxon word “erda”, which .. (Science)

On The Spot: Jupiter

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 Christian Mendoza (October 02, 2011)  Young people come across the Solar System at a very early age. From primary school and up until highschool, individuals grab broad knowledge on many items and information regarding what there can be inside the Solar System as well as the whole galaxy. Some small children and adults are incredibly immersed which they wished to turn out to be astronauts once they get older to obtain .. (Science)

Solar Power For House From Roof Shingles

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 Simone Jennings (September 28, 2011)  Some people are discouraged to utilize solar power for house because they fear that installing panels can ruin the aesthetics of their residence. If that is the only thing that is stopping you from utilizing the sun’s energy for your daily electricity needs, then you would be thrilled to know more about solar shingles. Interestingly, there are solar panels that are manufactured .. (Science)

Solar Power For Home Outdoor Lighting

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 Simone Jennings (September 28, 2011)  Outdoor lighting is an important part of every home. This ensures safety and convenience of the people living in a particular house. These lights become even more important during stormy weather or at night. You might be thinking that these lights can not be powered up by solar energy because of the absence of sunlight during those situations. The best part about solar power for home is . (Science)

Advantages of Solar Energy

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 Simone Jennings (September 27, 2011)  There are a lot of solar energy advantages that we all should be aware about. If every individual is aware of all the benefits that can be derived from solar power, maybe the progress of this technology will flourish even more. The truth is, the natural resources that used to be so abundant are now fast depleting. So, we all have to take action and do our share to utilize alternative .. (Science)

Basic Facts About Solar Energy

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 Simone Jennings (September 27, 2011)  When it comes to alternative energy, solar energy is the best option. It is a fact that the fossil fuels like oil and coal are running out fast. To make things worse, we do not exactly have the capability to reproduce those natural resources. The sun on the other hand, has been in existence for about five billion years. It does not seem to be disappearing anytime soon. So, deriving .. (Science)

Rare Earth Elements: Discovery and Early History

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 Dom Einhorn (September 25, 2011)  Rare earth elements are seventeen in number according to the periodic table. However, the word “rare” is not to be taken in a literal sense as most of these elements are readily available in the earth’s crust, and they are present in significant quantity. However, the reason the term rare is used is because the areas in which these elements are present can’t be .. (Science)

Computation for Basic Solar Power Cost

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 Simone Jennings (September 17, 2011)  One of the main reasons why there are a lot of people who disregard the idea of using the energy from the sun as source of electricity is because they are baffled about solar power cost. Some people say that it is expensive. Others would claim that the money is worth it. If you are thinking of having a solar power system in your house, you would want to be able to compute the actual .. (Science)

Solar Panels Cost - Thing To Watch

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 Simone Jennings (September 17, 2011)  The main thing that determines the amount of money that you need to be able to enjoy solar energy is the solar panels cost. The solar panels are the most important component that you need. Efficient collection of the sun’s energy will depend on it. It is also where initial energy conversion occurs. It is true that solar panels cost is the biggest investment that you have to make. . (Science)

Solar Panel Installation Basic Materials

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 Simone Jennings (September 16, 2011)  When it comes to using the energy from the sun, one of the primary concerns that you need to deal with is the solar panel installation. This is a problem that you can easily solve since there are plenty of options for you out there. You can either rely on the do-it-yourself kits and do the job on your own or you could also seek the services from professional companies. Either option .. (Science)

How Do Solar Panels For Electricity Work At Home?

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 Simone Jennings (September 16, 2011)  It is a known fact that the sun is an efficient source of clean energy. A lot of homes and industries have been dependent on it as a source of ample electricity to power up lights, water heaters, boilers and other appliances and machineries. What makes it possible for us to use the sun for electricity? The key in using the energy for the sun are the solar cells. These cells are formed .. (Science)

Solar Water Heater—Basic Information That You Should Know About

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 Simone Jennings (September 15, 2011)  Solar water heater is a brilliant system to incorporate in your home because of its efficiency and functionality. The solar water heater system utilizes only the energy from the sunlight. That means it can significantly reduce your power bills. The best part is that it is not just your wallet that you are protecting. With the use of solar powered water heater, you can even contribute to . (Science)

Knowing What A Solar Cell Is

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 Simone Jennings (September 15, 2011)  You probably have heard the term solar cell many times. For decades, people have found many ways on how to use it. It is a part of small gadgets like calculators, watches, toys and other things that has minute mechanisms. When put together, it can also be used for powering remote cellular sites and telecommunication spots. What exactly is a solar cell? Can it really be used efficiently .. (Science)

Solar Water Heaters

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 Simone Jennings (July 02, 2011)  It is a well known fact that solar water heaters are immensely popular all over the world these days. In India too, they are popular but their popularity isn’t as much as in other countries of the world. Hence it can be said that there is a slow yet steady pickup of interest in the installation of solar water heaters among the Indian citizens but because of the lack of enthusiasm .. (Science)

Solar Panel Cost

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 Simone Jennings (June 23, 2011)  Fossil fuels are non-renewable resources which have immeasurable importance to mankind. However in the recent years there has been a huge consumption of fossil fuels due to an increase in population and the rapid increase in consumption of this kind of fuel has been a major global concern. So in order to combat this situation, scientific advancements are being made in the direction of .. (Science)

Solar Panels in India – An Overview

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 Simone Jennings (June 20, 2011)  After having successfully established its leadership in wind power generation, India is now focussing its research capabilities towards the generation of solar power. A beginning has been made through organization of large scale solar power projects in desert areas due to their maximum exposure to high intensity sunlight. Our country has been blessed with as many as 300 clear and sunny .. (Science)

How to Determine Solar Panel Price

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 Simone Jennings (June 15, 2011)  On turning the pages of history of mankind through ages, there is no dearth of instances wherein man has tried his ingenuity to harness the ever present solar energy to his advantage. While most of the experiments ended with a magnifying glass being used to light torches, the first device which successfully concentrated the sun’s rays was a solar energy cooker designed for an .. (Science)

Power transmission products

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 Uday Patel (June 10, 2011)  Power transmission is controlled transfer energy from its place of production to another place for work. Power transmission products are basically ancillaries and parts required in power transmission systems. The product ranges from wide range of gears to traction machines. These products are vital components for power transmission machineries and equipments. Some of the components are . (Science)

The World of Dyes

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 Uday Patel (June 10, 2011)  The first dyes were extracted from nature mostly plants. Their usage is going on in India for centuries. The first synthetic dye was made by William Perkin also called organic dyes these chemicals have been made into wide variety of colors since then. The basic function of these chemicals is to impart color to the substrate. Both natural and synthetic dyes perform this function. The .. (Science)

Do Solar Panels Work at Night?

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 Simone Jennings (June 09, 2011)  Before looking into the possibility of solar panels working during the night let us cultivate an understanding of how solar panels generate solar power under normal circumstances. The solar panels generate power when they come into contact with sunlight. The panels trap and convert solar energy into a direct electrical current which is converted to alternate electrical current for use .. (Science)

Why Take a Human Anatomy Course?

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 Gregory Cardinale (May 31, 2011)  The basics of a human physiology course The field of science that studies the body and how it works is called human physiology. The main area of study on a human physiology course is the ten systems of the body. As well as working independently, these systems all interact and communicate with each other. Some elements of one system are also included in another – they are not .. (Science)

Nikola Tesla: The Father of Electrical Power

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 Bob Gillespie (May 30, 2011)  Born in the Austrian Empire (now Croatia) in 1856, Nikola Tesla was one of the most prolific inventors of the 20th Century with an amazingly large portfolio of inventions coming out of his fertile mind, including a viable free energy apparatus. Tesla traveled to the United States and in 1891 and became an American citizen. He died penniless in 1943 in New York City. Tesla was most .. (Science)

Human Anatomy: Different Aspects

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 Gregory Cardinale (May 23, 2011)  Human physiology is the study of the functions of the human body. That explanation may seem simple enough until you stop to consider just how many functions make up the human body. Now, take another moment to stop and consider all the different parts of those functions that make up the human body. Yeah. Yikes! No wonder the words ‘Human Physiology Courses’ strike fear and .. (Science)

Are you thinking of taking a human physiology course?

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 Gregory Cardinale (May 23, 2011)  What is involved in a human physiology course?Human anatomy is essentially the study of how the body works – on a mechanical, biochemical, bioelectrical and physical level. In order to understand the mechanics of the human body we also need to know what the body is made up of and so the sciences of anatomy and physiology are inevitably entwined. Anatomy is the study of what the .. (Science)




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