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Science Index


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  1. Tracing Patterns in Nature Backwards By Lance Winslow
    There are many predicable patterns in nature, even the wind is predicable although it appears to be a complex and infinitely impossible thing to predict. Not so, actually the weather is made of forces and other patterns interacting upon it, meaning it is fully predicable once you understand all those forces and their origins.Are patterns of erosion completely predictable to the point we can estimate the origin or starting point of the pattern, the original equation or the original set of compo…


  2. An Immortal Horse By Robert Baird
    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. Is there any remnant of cultural pride in Iran that treats the ancient metallurgists of their region with a different kind of re…


  3. Who invented the telescope?
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  4. Chromatography: a glance from XXI century
    Dear Colleague!Efficiency.I am sure it interests You - especially in attaining a maximum efficiency of the chromatographic column in use. It should be acknowledged that not all has been done yet in this field of chromatography. That's why the proposed technology has a high significance.Thus a new basis has been opened from which the whole philosophy of the theory of Chromabarography can be easily developed as an entity, and I suppose in the near future we shall have experimentally confirmed such…


  5. Eugenics and the Future of the Human Species
    'It is clear that modern medicine has created a serious dilemma ... In the past, there were many children who never survived - they succumbed to various diseases ... But in a sense modern medicine has put natural selection out of commission. Something that has helped one individual over a serious illness can in the long run contribute to weakening the resistance of the whole human race to certain diseases. If we pay absolutely no attention to what is called hereditary hygiene, we could find ours…


  6. A Review of Scientific American Magazine By Jason Canon
    From Quantum Black Holes to Neuromorphic Microchips Scientific American Magazine has the coverage to keep your young or mature science enthusiasts learning and growing. This magazine never fails to deliver thought provoking stories targeted to the audience that is driving the latest innovations and changes around the globe. There is little surprise in the statistic that over 90% of Scientific American readers are passionately in love with the magazine.Scientific American features authoritati…


  7. The New Old Wonders of Electrodes
    Unless you are paid attention during science class or are mainstay of science fairs, the term electrode will seem fairly faraway to you. Some people even think that electrodes belong only in science fiction as some sort of name for a weapon or an engine. But in reality, electrodes are an everyday reality. It is so common that when you hold anything with a battery, you are in effect holding electrodes too. The term electrode was coined by the great English scientist Michael Faraday. Faraday cond…


  8. Space Devices to Kill Satellites By Lance Winslow
    Should we weaponize space in case we get in a war with another Super Power? Well that sounds far fetched today, unless Taiwan and Mainland China get in a scuffle and we intervene, then Russia picks sides? Which is not too far fetched, as China could end up in an Industrial Revolution type economic crash and decide it wants Taiwan real bad. Wars can provide economic prosperity in spending? Some countries go to war simply for the economic benefit of the build up.What if China starts a war with u…


  9. Kenya Inches Close to Food Sustainability
    Kenya has begun a countdown to commercializing genetically modified maize(corn). Scientists at the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI), International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre (CIMMYT) and Insect Resistant Maize for Africa (IRMA) have already developed a new maize seed, resistant to the stem borer. Stem borer destroys 400,000 tonnes of Maize in Kenya, alone. In Sub-Saharan Africa, chronic cases of stem borer infestation account for 10-70 per cent of yield losses. This has had d…


  10. Asteroid Attack
    Earth, ‘our mother planet’, is being attacked everyday by about 25 tons of dust and sand-sized particles. An asteroid, the size of a small car, hits Earth’s atmosphere about once in every year.Fortunately she knows how to defend herself. When that small car-sized asteroid enters her atmosphere, she burns the asteroid up before the latter touches her surface. So no damage is done.But what exactly are asteroids? Asteroids are fragments from the formation of the Solar System some 4.6 billion years …


  11. China is Beating the USA in Space Race By Lance Winslow
    The Chinese just launched another man in a tiny capsule on top of a very big Rocket into Space to orbit the Earth. The Chinese Government will surpass the US Space efforts by the year 3045 at this current rate. NASA is quite concerned as this means the space race is on with China taking a comfortable, well, cramped lead into space. The brave Chinese Astronaut climbed into the tin can shaped capsule and blasted in to space.This means China's Shenzhou has put not one, but now two astronauts into…


  12. Science in College By Simon Hall
    With science courses in Universities and Colleges in Ireland varying with the same degree as types of beetle, it is a veritable mix match of scientific disciplines. Covering Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Geology. Mix these categories still further and you get the likes of Biochemistry, Geological Physics and Biogeology.With such a diverse array of subjects is it possible to cover enough of the basics at second-level? Second-level teaching in Ireland is done through 6 years in Secondary Scho…


  13. Army Mobile Command Center for UAV Launch By Lance Winslow
    After visiting the Denver RC Modeler Club one day as they practiced for the national finals in PHX that year, we attempted a touch and go landing on our Blitz Mobile, which is a 74 foot long NASCAR type truck and trailer. Probably nothing more than a Fighter Pilots son from the cold war wanting to re-invent the aircraft carrier concept on a almost nano scale? We were successful on doing a touch and bounce on the top of the trailer without too much difficulty. It appears that a tractor trailer …


  14. That Dust on Your Car May Soon Be Smarter Than You Think? By Lance Winslow
    Here is a thought to get this topic started. A thought on a smart dust design. The smart dust will have to be able to stay airborne for long eriods of time. I was contemplating cleaning off a car which actually had hightech SmartDust on it? God made dirt on the first day right? Well, yes as the story goes he made the Heavens and the Earth and he made that out of dirt. So as man becomes God, he will need to make first things first. So perhaps the thought of making dust is actually a very noble …


  15. The Hidden Truth Behind an Emblem
    An emblem is a visual representation that defines an idea, thought, or an entity. It's synonymous with the words symbol and sign. They are written everywhere in our daily lives. Around the world, it is universally accepted that the symbol of a heart represents love; or that a peace sign tattooed on an arm or posted on a wall is a visual reminder of the pronouncement of peace. An emblem crosses boundaries and cultural barriers. It speaks without speaking. It is probably the first mode of visual…


  16. Gerald Hawkins By Robert Baird
    There is something about the Hawkins clan that I like. My most adept and austere teacher was a Hawkins related to Black Jack the Privateer and I wonder if this man who died recently while happily flying his model airplanes is one of them. I think it is very possible that genetic information transfer is real. Mathematics and astronomy was his forte but he also had a gift for Public Relations when he ran the contest to pay a large sum to anyone who could do the math in Crop Circles."Perhaps the …


  17. Increasing Human Brain Power, Concept By Lance Winslow
    Is it possible to increase the human brainpower? Not just become smarter, but actually more power and energy? Some say yes and NASA is working on ways to do just that, the applications are endless; from boosting the immune system to higher cognitive processing.The human brain if it were run at a higher RPM at night by use of noise could increase the bio-systems abilities while sleeping? Music, has enough energy to power up a light bulb? If when you slept a machine insured you slept at 85 pulse…


  18. Hydrogen Fuel Cells
    As a lot of the alternative energy sources, Hydrogen Fuel Cells are a relatively new technology that was originally developed for the space program. In fact they are similar to batteries in that they produce electricity by a chemical reaction combined with an electrical charge. The difference with batteries is that power is only produced while the fuel cell is being fed with hydrogen. You will find more in depth information about their workings on our site. The amount of electricity the fuel cel…


  19. Drought Worsened in Some States in 2004; 2005 will be very telling By Lance Winslow
    The drought of the West appears to be the worst in over 500 years. This is what the scientists at the U.S. Geological Survey are now saying and we have been reading in America's Newspapers.The Western States which rely on the Colorado River have been in a drought for ten years now. The Colorado River is the most important source of water for 26 million people across the West, including Southern California, Southern NV, Phoenix, etc. Many environmental groups state that his reinforces the need …


  20. The Bermuda Triangle and Antarctica By Robert Baird
    The art or science of metallurgy is vital to the social structures surrounding all esoteric beliefs. They are the most tangible items of the cosmic soup that are possibly drawn to certain Earth Energy Grid locations as we shall see. The shamans who gathered meteorite material to fashion tools and weapons as well as for the use of the metals and spirits thereof became great aristocrats, as their family or heritage and legends grew. Genghis Khan (Temujin) is from such a family and most of the ea…


  21. The Measurement Problem in Quantum Mechanics
    Arguably the most intractable philosophical question attached to Quantum Mechanics (QM) is that of Measurement. The accepted (a.k.a. Copenhagen) Interpretation of QM says that the very act of sentient measurement determines the outcome of the measurement in the quantum (microcosmic) realm. The wave function (which describes the co-existing, superpositioned, states of the system) 'collapses' following an act of measurement. It seems that just by knowing the results of a measurement we determine i…


  22. The Heart
    Question: Is the heart the centre of prudence and insights in human being? If it was so, what happens when hearts are transplanted or in cases of Artificial hearts, and is the heart which is mentioned in Quran and Sunna is this known physical heart? Answer: Today morning only I got the answer which I have been searching for since a long time we having tracing all materials and news which may quench our search and give us the answer. We have sent one of our brothers to the center of Artificial he…


  23. Precognition Shock to Prevent Bullet Strike By Lance Winslow
    It is a pretty well known fact and has been proven that the body seems to pre-adjust to changes in advance of events by a second or two. For instance there have been studies of test subjects with finger sensors, which would show the subjects pulse or adrenaline spiked right before they were to be shocked. Those of us who know about this have found ourselves in competitive sports with an almost uncanny intuition. Of course this favors the athlete who senses it and takes advantage of this just b…


  24. Velikovsky
    Velikovsky:'In 1953 while addressing graduate students at Princeton University, Velikovsky suggested two further testable phenomena: that the Earth's magnetic field reaches as far out into space as the Moon's orbit and is responsible for the vibratory or rocking movements of the moon. And he suggested that the planet Jupiter (from which he said the Venus-comet had originated) radiates in the radio frequency range of the electromagnetic spectrum. These predictions were taken by scientists of the…


  25. Mini Robots Grid Meteorite Search By Lance Winslow
    We need very much to study meteorites more, but we need more sampling to get this done. One way to do this is to go out hunting for meteorites. This is much easier said than done. But perhaps using some current technology it will not be quite so hard. For instance AFF Automated flight following systems has been used for more than a decade now. It uses GPS tracking by satellite to guide aerial fire fighting aircraft into the drop zone to let loose of their fire retardant. This is especially imp…






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