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These Hybrid Metallic Crystals Are Chemistry’s New Miracle Materials

These Hybrid Metallic Crystals Are Chemistry’s New Miracle Materials

4200 meters above Melbourne, Australia, a chemistry experiment is in progress. These are the samples, which will be injected with metal and organic particles to form crystals at low gravity. And this guy back here is Dr. JJ Richardson, the lead researcher. JJ and his team study nanomaterials called Metal-Organic Frameworks, which are considered the […]

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Scientists vs. Public Opinion

Scientists vs. Public Opinion

Collectively, scientists are our biggest thinkers, our problem solvers, the most logical among us, so let’s look at how their views on some of the most important issues facing humanity compare to the general public’s feelings about those same issues, using data from surveys conducted by the Pew Research Center. Scientists overwhelmingly agree that the […]

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Children of Planet Earth: The Voyager Golden Record Remixed – Symphony of Science

1977 1977 NASA LAUNCHES VOYAGER I & II 1977 NASA LAUNCHES VOYAGER I & II TWIN PROBES BOUND FOR INTERSTELLAR SPACE ABOARD EACH IS A GOLDEN RECORD, CARRYING SOUNDS & GREETINGS FROM EARTH ‍Peace on you. We the inhabitants of this earth send our greetings to you I wish you all good Hello and greetings […]

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What is Chemical Evolution?

What is Chemical Evolution?

Stated Clearly presents: What is Chemical Evolution? Scientists have reason to think that the first living cells on Earth came about through a natural process called Chemical Evolution. What is Chemical Evolution, how does it work, and how is it different from Biological Evolution? To answer these questions we’ll start by first dissecting the terms […]

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Stephen Meyer Shatters The Myth Of The Multiverse (Science Uprising EP4)
The evolution of mathematics, from agriculture to quantum mechanics | Michelle Thaller

The evolution of mathematics, from agriculture to quantum mechanics | Michelle Thaller

Oğuzhan, you asked, why is mathematics the universal language? And this is something I’ve actually thought a lot about. Mathematics is in some ways kind of scary in how useful it is at really describing how the universe works around us. Now, to give you an idea, the origin of mathematics seems very straightforward. We […]

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Scientists Capture Colliding Galaxy That Looks Like Death

In his world-famous book, Beyond Good and Evil, philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche warned, “And if thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee.” Since Nietzsche was not fond of explaining his own aphorisms, many have debated exactly what he meant by this statement, with most taking it to mean that the […]

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MAVEN Science Instruments Explained – Why Mars Lost its Atmosphere

On November 18, 2013 NASA’s Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN or MAVEN Space craft was launched toward Mars with the goal of scientific examination of Mars’ atmosphere. It is hoped that science experiments conducted by MAVEN will offer scientists answers to questions about what happened to Mars’ atmosphere and water. Around 3.5 billion years ago […]

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The Crazy Way Scientists Launch Rockets From Balloons

When you think of leaving the Earth, you probably think of something like this: This is the Saturn V launching Apollo 11 to the Moon. It was a chemical rocket, burning a mixture of kerosene and liquid oxygen to get its payload — the Apollo astronauts — off the Earth. Chemical rockets are basically an […]

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Scientists Discuss Space Matter

Scientists Discuss Space Matter

>>>BEYOND THE GALAXY IS THE VAST EMPTY VASTNESS OF SPACE. EMPTY? NOT QUITE. ACROSS THE MILKY WAY, THE ENORMOUS DISTANCES FROM STAR TO STAR ARE FILLED WITH MATTER. WHAT IS IT? FROM WHERE DID IT COME? NEW SAMPLINGS BY NASA’s IBEX SPACECRAFT REVEAL MORE ABOUT THE NATURE OF THIS MATTER, MATTER THAT IS THE BASIS […]

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