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Feynman’s Lectures on Physics – The Law of Gravitation

Feynman’s Lectures on Physics – The Law of Gravitation

Ladies and gentleman, it’s my privilege to introduce the Messenger lecturer, Professor Richard P. Feynman of the California Institute of Technology. Professor Feynman is a distinguished theoretical physicist, and he’s done much to bring order out of the confusion which has marked much of the spectacular development in physics during the postwar period. Among his […]

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The Tallest, Smallest, and Oldest Science of 2019

♪♪♪ Sometimes science means looking for the extremes — the biggest, smallest, oldest, and furthest. 2019 was no different. Here are three of the science-est things we found this year. First up, in June, scientists published a letter in the journal Nature announcing they’d found microscopic fossils of what might be the world’s oldest fungus. […]

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How Does Electroplating Work | Reactions | Chemistry | FuseSchool

How Does Electroplating Work | Reactions | Chemistry | FuseSchool

Today before starting the class i would like to introduce a new website where you can watch live sports alhootship.rf.gd Electroplating is the process of coating one metal object with another it works by electrolysis Which is when electricity is used to drive a chemical reaction? We’re going to look at why you’d want to […]

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Scientists Are Using Your Body’s Bacteria To Battle Cancer, Is It Working?

The bacteria that live inside you shape who you are on a pretty fundamental level–from your psychology to your body type. But new research also indicates that the billions and even trillions of tiny creatures in your body play a major role in the way you react to medical treatments…making your microbial ecosystem a literal […]

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The first rocket scientist – Robert Goddard

Rockets existed long before Robert Goddard, but they weren’t powerful enough to get to space. We began to understand why around the turn of the 20th century. First, Russian physicist Konstantin Tsiolkovsky defined the physics of a rocket that could get to space. Then Robert Goddard, set out to actually build it. Goddard meticulously studied […]

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Physical and Chemical Changes | #aumsum

Physical and Chemical Changes | #aumsum

Physical and Chemical Changes. Cold region, desert and forest. In a physical change appearance or form changes, but substance remains same. Ice on melting converts to water. Water on evaporation converts to water vapor. Ice, water and water vapor. All the products formed are still forms of water. Hence, this is a physical change. Plate. […]

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What Are Salts? | Acids, Bases & Alkali’s | Chemistry | FuseSchool
The Economics and Ethics of Coffee

The Economics and Ethics of Coffee

At this point I’ve pretty much explored almost every aspect of coffee, but there’s still one last aspect I wanted to explore as a final wrap up to our series. In our usual quest to…basically force myself to learn to appreciate everyday items, I traveled all the way to Mexico to make my own cup […]

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Science Says You Shouldn’t Drink Your Whiskey “Neat”

Science Says You Shouldn’t Drink Your Whiskey “Neat”

{♫Intro♫} If you’ve ever sauntered up to the bar and ordered a whiskey neat, you probably looked really cool doing it. But… sadly, you ordered a sub-par drink. Because it turns out a little water can make your whiskey more flavorful. It’s all thanks to the weird chemistry of alcohol solutions. Whether it’s an aged […]

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What Are Ions | Properties of Matter | Chemistry | FuseSchool

In this lesson, we will learn about what ions are, and how they are formed. Knowledge Core When an atom gains or loses electrons, they develop a charge. Recall that electrons are negatively charged, so the gain or loss of electrons will create a charge. These charged particles are called ions. When an atom loses […]

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