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All of us, at one point or another, have seen a megaphone. There are two main types of megaphones. The first type is the simple cone-shaped megaphone seen at many sporting events. It is also often seen in old movies where we see a film director yelling, "Quiet on Set!" or "Action!". The second type is the electronic megaphone. The electronic megaphone is also commonly seen in movies, usually in a police officer's hand as they try to talk to a hostage taker or a person threatening to jump off of ...
Published by Matthew Johnson 69 months ago in Science | +2 votes | 0 comments
Everything around you can be measured example- the food you eat, say you want to cook 1 kg of rice. Kg is a unit of measurement. The distance between two planets too can be measured, even the width of a bacteria can be measured. See how important measurement is. This experiment is about how to measure objects accurately using a ruler as well as how to measure the temperature of an object accurately.
Published by Jessie Agudo 70 months ago in Science | +13 votes | 0 comments
Everyone is talking about the possibility of the Zombie Apocalypse starting now. It sounds like things are getting out of hand right now. Many people think that zombies are starting to come out, but other things are going on right now. Keep reading and let us know if you think zombies are coming.
Published by Mandy Robinson 70 months ago in Science | +11 votes | 1 comments
Over fishing has become a major enviromental problem and caused devestation to fish around the world. The effects of overfishing must therefore be mantained.
Published by Sajjad Choudhury 233 months ago in Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
In earlier studies, some physical attributes of humans were considered Mendelian in nature, but further study suggested they are in fact not. These traits may involve more complex genetic models that usually include more than one gene. Examples are the color of the eyes and hair, and tongue rolling. Gene dominance plays a part in these traits, but information from other genes are also involved.
Published by Marky Chavez 72 months ago in Science | +1 votes | 0 comments
Plant morphology, also called phytomorphology, is the study of physical characteristics of plants. Plant morphology utilizes a wide number of various terms in describing organs and parts of plants which can be seen by the eye using a magnifying lens. Plant morphology terms are used in the identification and classification of plants. Morphology is comparative in nature as morphologists (or those who study morphology) study structures in different plants of the same species, drawing comparisons an...
Published by Marky Chavez 73 months ago in Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
What exactly is PCR and how does it work? PCR, also known as Polymerase Chain Reaction, is a method that many scientists use to replicate DNA. This is done in three steps. These steps are denaturing which is where the DNA double strand is heated and melted. The next step is annealing which is where primers and DNA polymerase attaches to the single strand DNA. The last step is elongation which is when the temperature is increased to optimal conditions for the DNA polymerase to begin synthesizing ...
Published by Jeffrey Ly 73 months ago in Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
Daydreaming occurs when your mind is ‘somewhere else,’ you may be in that special place between being awake and being asleep. You may be lying in your bed, relaxing in a chair, or just feeling bored at work. Daydreams occur from right brain stimulation. The right side of your brain is the part where your creativity comes from.
Published by Charlene Collins 73 months ago in Science | +4 votes | 6 comments
The Kamikaze attacks commenced as a desperate measure during World War II. However these attacks can take place in a modern war as well. The US navy has thus installed latest ship defense systems against such Kamikaze and low flying attacks. These will be tested in a war with Iran
Published by Madangopal Singh 73 months ago in Science | +1 votes | 0 comments
We are familiar with watermelons with red flesh. But watermelons are more than that. There are varieties with amazing colors, taste, aroma, skin design, and size. Though it originated from Africa, it has since been cultivated extensively in many parts of the world including China, India and the USA. The watermelon rinds are normally eaten raw or used as ingredients for salads; but for some other cultures, they are stir-fried, stewed, pickled, or prepared into juice or wine.
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 73 months ago in Science | +24 votes | 17 comments
The readers will perhaps gain new knowledge regarding the importance of bacteria in biology and how they can be benefitial to the population as a whole in developing an antibiotics against virus and other bacteria. This article might also change the perception or introduce the idea to common laypeople that germs and bacteria are different in terms of their use in science. This article shows that bacteria, are not the little thing that make people sick but they are the little thing that prevent o...
Published by Chaiwat Techakaew 74 months ago in Science | +1 votes | 1 comments
science scientist article biology bio albert eistein birds tesla serbain darwin Do you have trouble remembering famous scientists and what Grandfather of the Father of Evolution. Charles Darwin, the father of evolutionary theory, is a famous scientist who his grandfather is Eramus Darwin. Eramus had a huge circumference in his belly that in his later years, he couldn't reach pass his own tummy to get to the food on the table so they cut a semi-circular hole was cut into his dining room tabl...
Published by Chaiwat Techakaew 74 months ago in Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
A summary of different experiments conducted by the great scientists of the 1900's. Each experiment continued to build on data which ultimately lead to the discovery what we find obvious today, that genes are composed of DNA. By revisiting these experiments, we learn the many factors that are included in lab work and exciting research that has shaped the field of genetics in the past years.
Published by Justine Tan 74 months ago in Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
Prior to the invention of airplanes, one of the fastest and the most effective means of mass transportation are trains Freight and passenger trains were widely used worldwide to transport passengers and commodity goods. These trains can average nearly 2,000 meters in length especially freight trains in particular. Today, trains still play one of the most vital role in transporting commuters, raw materials and finished products. They are much faster, safer and longer. Here are some of the longest...
Published by Nobert Bermosa 74 months ago in Science | +4 votes | 3 comments
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