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What is a Germ? What is a Virus? Do ger...

Louis Pasteur (1822 – 1895), was made famous for his germ theory. But why was the research of Antoine Bechamp (1816 – 1908), shoved under the carpet? Bechamp discovered that germs are not the primary cause of disease, but in fact, a seconda...

Graviton: physical time and thermodynamics

Abstract: In classical mechanics, time is something that passes uniformly regardless of whatever happens in the world. For this reason Newton spoke of absolute space and absolute time. On the other hand, Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity predict...

New biosensors for managing microbial '...

New biosensors enable scientists to more effectively control and 'communicate with' engineered bacteria. New biosensors have been developed that could improve control and complexity of metabolically engineered microbes, bringing us one step closer t...

Graviton and cosmology equations, befor...

Abstract: For long time seemed the Friedmann equation is able to explain universe, but in recent years, the cosmological constant was of interest to cosmologists. However, these two equations are unable to explain before the Big Bang. Thus this paper,...

Drive System Saves Space and Weight in ...

Siemens has developed a solution for integrating an electric car's motor and inverter in a single housing. Until now, the motor and the inverter, which converts the battery's direct current into alternating current for the motor, were two separate comp...

Ways to optimize the Socratic teaching ...

The Socratic method is also called the midwife method (Someone on Linked In just taught me this). The teacher helps the student to deliver a thought. Conversation is a very helpful form of improving student memory. It works best one on one. I just ask...

Greatest Scientific Discoveries of the ...

BY MILTON BERTRAND The editors of the journal Science have chosen “Cancer immunotherapy” as the biggest breakthrough of the year 2013. This current technology uses the body's immune system to attack tumors instead of targeting the tumor it...

The inventor of Kevlar Stephanie Kwolek...

Para-aramid synthetic fiber was developed at DuPont in 1965 by Stephanie Kwolek.  Kevlar is the common name as it is the registered trademark.  It was first commercially used in the early 1970s as a replacement for steel in racing tires. &nbs...

Physics: Being and Time

Introduction:Understanding of being and time has always been interesting and difficult for mankind. Generally, there are three approaches of religion, philosophy and science to being and time.In this essay, I have reviewed physical being and time,...

Square Root Day

By MILTON BERTRAND √Square Root Day A high school teacher from Redwood City, California by the name of Ron Gordon, created the first Square Root Day for September 9, 1981 (09-09-81). Square Root Day is an unofficial holiday celebrated...

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