Monthly Archives: April 2018

The great scientist sir Stephen Hawking’s Biography

Professor Stephen Hawking speaks about “Why We Should Go into Space” for the NASA Lecture Series, April 21, 2008. Credit: NASA/Paul Alers By Nola Taylor Redd, Space.com Contributor | March 14, 2018 12:50pm ET Stephen Hawking was regarded as one of the most brilliant theoretical physicists in history. His work on the origins and structure of the universe, […]

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Why sky is blue color?

Everyone of us see sky is blue color but do you ever thought why it is blue color because its space exists nothing then why does it looks blue.If you got the question did anyone answer your question,ok let me clear it today why sky is blue? Sun rays take nearly 8 mins 20 sec to reach […]

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YouTube took down more than 8 million videos in 3 months

Kaya Yurieff © ERIC PIERMONT/AFP/Getty Images YouTube is once again trying to clean up its platform. On Monday, the Google-owned company said it took down more than 8 million videos between October and December for violating its community guidelines. The majority of the videos were spam or people trying to upload “adult content.” The information […]

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7 Dangers of Plastic

by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFMLast Updated on January 20, 2015 Recently I talked about the dangers of lead and how, at one time, lead was used as heavily as plastic. Not anymore. Lead was discovered to be highly toxic and the use of it in products like paint, toys, and electronics drastically declined. There is […]

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How To Make Automatic Battery Charger?

FEBRUARY 1, 2016 BY ADMINISTRATO Have you ever tried to design a battery charger which charges the battery automatically when battery voltage is below the specified voltage? This article explains you how to design an automatic battery charger. Below charger automatically shut off the charging process when battery attains full charge. This prevents the deep charge of […]

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can a dead man finger prints unlocks phone

By Yasemin Saplakoglu, Staff Writer | April 24, 2018 10:24am ET   Credit: Shutterstock In March, two detectives went to a funeral home and asked to see a body. The reason? They wanted to unlock the man’s phone and needed his fingerprints, according to news reports. And though the detectives were granted access to the man’s body, they couldn’t […]

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No Joke: Uranus Smells Terrible, Study Says

By Stephanie Pappas, Live Science Contributor | April 23, 2018 03:30pm ET Methane in the atmosphere gives Uranus its blue hue, as seen in this image from the Keck telescope from 2004. Credit: Lawrence Sromovsky, University of Wisconsin/W. M. Keck Observatory Uranus smells like rotten eggs, and that is not a joke. A new study finds that the seventh […]

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