Science is having knowledge in all and it is connected by technology technology is useful application of scientific knowledge. it is slogan ! knowledge is power but most better than imagination.
Posted by rodniactive 7 years ago
I dont need a large answer Just a shortcut And who ever sees this can u follow me cuz it helps me get my answer's fast
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I picked my sci project and have been working on it for 3 weeks now my subject is what habitat does basil grow the best in? my variables are 1 controll plant put in sunny area with regular amount of water 2 poluted water plant 3 LED light source and good ventilation plant 4 encanced water plant with artificial food in a dark box with a crack of light and my partner Melrose is doing what type of water do plants grow the best in types of water she is testing Tap distilled pure spring
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Asked by lohithg 6 years ago
I would like to know if mixing Sodium polyacrylate with nitic acid or hydrogen peroxide will form a gel-like structure of solid material for disposal.?
''Suppose that a water electrolyzer functions under the effect of voltage provided by a chromium-silver cell. To perform the electrolysis of water an electrolyzer containing distilled water with few drops of sulfuric acid is connected to an electrochemical cell .''
Asked by Fatima.9 5 years ago
Im buliding a submerged server and i want 2 use silicone oil but i cant find any so any ideas would be helpful thanks.
Asked by Laknight117 9 years ago
From the BBC: Snail "GPS", Facebook psychology and crowd dynamics at music gigs: these were just some of the ideas submitted during last year's search for "citizen science" projects. Now, Radio 4 is launching its search for the next BBC Amateur Scientist of the year. A panel of judges, chaired by Nobel Prize-winning geneticist Sir Paul Nurse, will select four finalists. The shortlisted entrants will then have their ideas turned into real experiments, with the help of a professional scientist. Last year, 70-year-old gardener Ruth Brooks won the award for her research into the homing distance of garden snails. She found that Helix aspersa, the common garden snail, can find its way home from up to 30m away. But for gardeners to be sure that their snails will not come back, they should be moved over 100m. Do you have a cool idea that could be turned into a proper piece of scientific research? The judges for So You Want to Be a Scientist? will be talking about what they'll be looking for in this year experiments on Material World, Thursday 29th September at 4.30pm, Radio 4. Entry is open to anyone over 16, who is a resident in the UK and applications can be submitted online until 31 October.
Posted by Kiteman 6 years ago
Car running without fuel first i will take some water in petrol tank of a car.now i will connect it to a electrolysis box. the electrolysis gets electricity from battery. now 2H2O[water] on electrolysis divides into 2H2 + O2 this in the engine with the help of glow plug combines and gives 2100C -2800C temperature and water [in gaseous state] with that temp[ car works as in normal case].The water in the exhaust cools down and again goes back to the water tank. By this the cycle continues and car keeps on working. it will be like this, Battery Electrolysis box [water to it comes from water tank ] 2H2,O2 2H2+02 [in engine] 2H2O + 2100-2800 Celsius temperature [engine works] water tank please tell me does it really works out or not
Asked by lohithg 6 years ago
I already have minor semblance of a design but, i always prefer to consult the hivemind before doing something potentially stupid(i'm missing enough fingers). so, big picture is to create basically a sealed septic tank tied into the water lines of a residential house, which would produce methane to be stored year round then used during the cold season. not so much that i could cut off the natural gas line, but enough to reduce the bill.the design so far is a gas line coming from the septic tank connected to a bladder sitting inside a large tube. once the bladder reaches a nominal capacity, it will trip a sensor near the top of the tube activating a compressor until the bladder retracts to a lower set optical sensor turning off the compressor. somewhere in this mix i have the intent to set up a large air filter filled with that "oxygen eater" stuff they use in food storage applications. as well as several o2 sensors in the main line set up to stop the compressor and activate a solenoid valve to make sure no oxygen ever get to the compressor. what i dont know, is what kind of compressor i should be using to avoid any type of possible spark. proper placement of the o2 sensors, and if a giant air filter for eating oxygen already exists or is that something im going to have to make the hard way.
Asked by snowfox222 3 months ago
Please help me think of a science fair topic for my science fair in 7 weeks. I need something that has something related to the environments because that is what is the judge this year is looking for. If you could help me think of an idea it would be great.
Posted by DELETED_Gavabc123 9 years ago
I really need science fair ideas i'm thirteen and i will have one week to do the experiments. I put a .pdf of the rules below. I'm not sure any of you have heard of NOAC its the National Order of the Arrow Confrence and it will be in Michigan, and they are offering a Science Fair
Posted by Pfarmkid 6 years ago
I have to do a science project. please help me. what should i do?
Posted by REDNEK777 9 years ago
Inspire-me, people!I'm supposed to be designing a postcard to be sent to pupils who have done good work in science lessons, but I've hit a creative block.I'd like to use an XKCD-style cartoon, but copyright is an issue, since this is an official school publication.Update: WooHoo! The guys from XKCD gave permission to use the cartoon (thanks, XKCD)!
Posted by Kiteman 8 years ago
Tomorrow is the Science Fair at my school and I'm not finished yet. My aim is, Will Climate Change Affect The Growth Of Grass In The Next Ten Years? I've done the testing and I'm writing the conclusion. I need to know some plants that are sensitive to temperature changes. I have already searched and can't find any (I must have very bad searching skills). I also need to know what kind of chemicals that plants use. I'm kind of panicking right now!
Posted by DELETED_Gavabc123 9 years ago
Hi people! Does yoga really do what it claims to? Here in my place, my parents and elders claim that yoga can prevent diseases(like cancer, or blood pressure variations, diabetes etc), and even help in curing of above mentioned diseases. Is it really true? If yes, what is the mechanism behind it? If no, then what does it really do?
Posted by charmquark 5 years ago
Hi again people! This is yet another question to which i have to get definitive answers. Is Homeopathy a proven science? Alternate medicines like homeopathy, Ayurveda are so common in my country, that most people tend to believe them blindly and are ready to take "medicines" from them for all kinds of problems, from Not-really-worth-bothering stuff like common cold, to moderate stuff like diabetes, and even extreme life threatening cases like cancer. To be honest, even i didn't bother looking into them much and few years back, i thought MAYBE it does work, after all so many people take it. But in my recent years, i have developed a condition known as psoriasis, so i had to start bothering as most people force me to take these medicines, as thus far, "Allopathy" does not have treatment to this condition. But alternative medicines claim they do. i was getting a little skeptical. When i started really questioning stuff, i didn't get quite satisfactory answers. Doing a little research on my own, i have seen videos from one of my favourite intellect, Prof.Richard Dawkins. He says that homeopathy is mostly bogus. When i question this to the people around me, specially the elders, they just throw it out of the window, and tell me that i am too young to understand stuff, and people who claim things know nothing about these kind of stuff. It is the same in case of Ayurveda. How far are these claims true? Is homeopathy(Alternative medicine in general) a bogus? If that is the case, then why is it so famous? Why is the community adopting it despite all this? Or have i misunderstood the concept? Do pardon me if my question was too long :)
Posted by charmquark 5 years ago
I know theres a contest that just ended with the title science fair, but his post is because i need help with a schoool science fair. I don't want to use something already made because that would be too easy and I want to make something of my own. I'm in 9th grade honors physical science and I ned to come up with a topic soon and I just need some help. can you help me? pretty pretty please?
Posted by tomonto 10 years ago
Ibles has no science?! When exploring "all" on ibles, I noticed that the science catrgory is absentfrom the bar on top, yet appears on the sidebar. See pictures... I also noticed, that when I tried to upload the pictures, only the first one appeared....twice....I also tried uploading the other picture separetly, but the 1st picture was uploaded again....
Posted by Keith-Kid 9 years ago
So I've never really found out how gravity actually works, why it happens. But a few days ago I had a epiphany. I don't know if I spelled that right. So everything is at least a little bit magnetic, even stuff like wood, no matter how little. So all of this stuff would be attracted to all the other stuff electromagnetically, right? Even a little bit? So when you get huge amounts of this stuff (I'm thinking planets here) there is enough electromagnetic attraction to pull it together, and voila! We have gravity! Plus when you have planets, there's tons of stuff like iron and other metals and metaloids, that could be very strong, magnetically. So if I'm wrong (which I probably am), can someone explain how gravity actually works to me? I'm constantly thinking about stuff like this, I get theories like this every once in a while, many of them right. But not this complicated, more stuff like figuring out how air pressure and vacuums work, but basic principle stuff.
Posted by Aeshir 9 years ago