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Energy & Electricity in Science : How Does Wave Energy Work?

Hi, I’m Steve Jones and I’m going to tell you a little about how wave energy works. The first thing to understand this, that the energy comes from the movement of the wave as the wave goes past the point through a various different types of energy that can be harness in this way, but […]

What was Superglue used for in the Vietnam War?

What was superglue used for in the Vietnam War Super glue is a cyanoacrylate a fast working adhesive in the Vietnam War u.s troops used super glue to treat emergency wounds on the battlefield In 1942 during World War two a team of scientists headed by Harry Coover jr Were working for Eastman Kodak as […]

Mini-Nuclear Reactors Are Coming, and They Could Reinvent the Energy Industry

Pat, we have a reactor trip on Unit 5. Containment is isolated. Demon water is isolated. CVCS is isolated. DHR is in service. And pressurizer heater trips has occurred. All safety functions are green. Understand. We’ve got a reactor trip on Unit 5 and all safety functions are green. That’s correct. Ryan, can you take […]

ELECTRICITY IN MOTION | MOTIONHOUSE | CANVAS PRESENTS

Memories are electrical there are physical structures in the brain but if its not electrically active, there are no memories. So therefore you realise that whilst the electric switch turns on the light, and that’s very important in our lives (heats and transforms it), that piece of electricity in the brain activates your memories means […]

The Scientific Power of Naps

Could This New Method Store Summer Heat For Winter?

If you could steal the heat from the sun-rich summer and give it to the sun-poor winter, you could be the Robinhood of the world’s energy needs. Hey sunbeams, Trace here for DNews. Solar recently grabbed headlines when the Department of Energy found solar power generation employs more people than generating electricity from oil, coal, […]

Cosmic Electric Currents Becoming Accepted Science | Space News

Welcome to Space News from the Electric Universe, brought to you by The Thunderbolts Project™ at Thunderbolts.info In recent years, a profound development has been unfolding in astrophysics, the inevitable acknowledgement of tremendous electric currents at the largest cosmic scales. One of the most stupendous electromagnetic cosmic phenomena is the collimated, light years long, jets […]

Making Cooler/Generator with Thermoelectric Device

Hi, I got my hands on a bunch of these Thermoelectric Peltier devices ,thanks to Circuit Specialists. I’ve never used them before but, from what I know when you apply electricity to them they pump heat. Well, let’s power it with 12 volt DC. I know the theory -(gets shocked) Sh** ow(gets shocked again) I […]

The power of the placebo effect – Emma Bryce

In 1996, 56 volunteers took part in a study to test a new painkiller called Trivaricaine. On each subject, one index finger was covered in the new painkiller while the other remained untouched. Then, both were squeezed in painful clamps. The subjects reported that the treated finger hurt less than the untreated one. This shouldn’t […]

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