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A step by step guide to light a bulb with lemons.
Published by Alistair Briggs 80 months ago in Science | +8 votes | 4 comments
Places like Hong Kong and Singapore have no place to spread in horizontal manner due to the geographic limitations, so the only option available to them is to grow upwards.
Published by Iram Danish 80 months ago in Science | +1 votes | 1 comments
There is more to flying an aircraft than depending on wind currents. You have to manipulate the aircraft to do what you want it to do. ThatÂ’s what the rudder, the up and down tail fin, is for, and that is also what the ailerons are for
Published by Charlene Collins 80 months ago in Science | +14 votes | 7 comments
In order to fly a glider, you need to identify the different columns and currents of air. In essence, you need to identify the lifting currents. You canÂ’t see air; itÂ’s not colored, so how do you detect the different lifts? You have a device in the cockpit of the glider which is called a variometer.
Published by Charlene Collins 80 months ago in Science | +4 votes | 4 comments
When flying a glider, you ride the air currents. You fly according to the movement and density of the air around the glider. If you fly into a wind current that sweeps upward, your glider will also gain altitude. If you fly into a down current, you will lose altitude. If you are trying to lose altitude, but the air around you is picking up speed and altitude, your glider will also gain altitude.
Published by Charlene Collins 80 months ago in Science | +5 votes | 2 comments
When you see a plane flying high in the sky, do you wonder how it is able to stay in the air?
Published by Charlene Collins 80 months ago in Science | +5 votes | 5 comments
A short list of the benefits of kissingÂ…
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 80 months ago in Science | +24 votes | 16 comments
Animals do cry just like humans though the reason for crying might differ from that of humans.
Published by A. Smith 80 months ago in Science | +31 votes | 27 comments
Snake repelling ideas in Tarpon Springs
Published by Nora K Anthony 80 months ago in Science | +5 votes | 2 comments
Why do cats chase mice? On countless occasions a well-fed cat might be seen to catch a mouse that it does not eat. It may not kill the mouse right away. It might, instead, toss the mouse in the air, permit it to run off and almost escape—and then pounce once more.
Published by Athena Goodlight 81 months ago in Science | +18 votes | 4 comments
changing animal behavior in birds and bats
Published by Martin Dansky 81 months ago in Science | +2 votes | 0 comments
Strange phenomena in the world point to the existance of civilised life before our own.
Published by Martin Dansky 82 months ago in Science | +2 votes | 2 comments
Research has shown that the electrical stimulation of the brain may improve brain performance. Low voltage electric currents have the ability to improve our numerical and linguistic skills.
Published by Freelance Cat 82 months ago in Science | +9 votes | 2 comments
In Chile where the economy is dependent on copper mining, the workers are provided with copper socks which keep their feet free from infections.
Published by Iram Danish 83 months ago in Science | +3 votes | 2 comments
The centipede is not as cowardly as one would suspect especially certain species like the tiger and giant centipedes which can capture prey, hold them down and injec their venom
Published by Martin Dansky 83 months ago in Science | +1 votes | 1 comments
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