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This is how you can estimate the temperature from a cricket's chirp
posted July 4 2011 9:53.14 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I am not totally sure if this method is accurate or even real, but the post that i found in lifehacker is is surely interesting. According to a physicist named Amos Dolbear, one can...

[Link: lifehacker]
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Tags: crazy hack   temperature   animals   health & nature   experiments   crazy story   unsolved mystery   tips   



I will never, EVER eat this shit-burger (made in Japan)
posted June 16 2011 19:24.02 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Disgusting and totally sick. These are the first words that i came up with when i saw this video. Japanese researchers managed to purify human poop and extract the precious protein...

[Link: ill318]
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Tags: research   sick   chemistry   experiments   science   insane   omg   bad idea   crazy story   








This Stirling Engine provides a whole watt of power
posted June 5 2011 19:19.47 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Doug made this powerful stirling engine for researching purposes. The engine is powered by a 59 watts electric heater and can deliver 1 watt of power. The mechanical torque it can...

[Link: solarheatengines]
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Tags: fm/am   research   stirling engine   experiments   mechanical   motor   



The simplest DIY Geiger radiation detector ever
posted May 9 2011 19:59.55 by Giorgos Lazaridis




A battery, an empty metallic can, a resistor and a darlington pair transistor is more or less all that you need to make a radiation detector! Youtube user bionerd23 explains how...

[Link: bionerd23]
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Tags: electronic project   physics   diy   radiation   tools   sensors   experiments   science   nuclear   how it works   how to   



Making a homopolar motor is simple and fun
posted May 2 2011 20:14.07 by Giorgos Lazaridis




A homopolar motor is a -not so common- kind of motor that has a magnetic along the rotor axis, which usually acts as a single-wound coil, which limits them in very low operation...

[Link: Stevespanglerscience]
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Tags: electronic project   physics   diy   magnetism   crazy photo/video   experiments   theory/tutorial   how to   motor   








This is how to turn sugar into colorful flames!
posted May 2 2011 19:24.09 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is an interesting tutorial from Periodic Table Videos to have fun with chemistry. Pete uses a spectacular method to reveal the emission spectra of several metallic ions. The...

[Link: Periodic Table Videos]
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Tags: chemistry   how to   trick   revealed   fire   theory/tutorial   experiments   games and fun   



A dog knows who gives the food and who doesn't
posted April 28 2011 19:11.41 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is a nice experiment with a dog (no animal was hurt)... In front of the dog, there are two people, one generous with food and one... Not so generous. A person goes once to the...

[Link: New Scientist]
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Tags: experiments   animals   



Coupled Pendulums explained with Easter eggs
posted April 23 2011 11:06.22 by Giorgos Lazaridis




A coupled twin pendulum has a weird reaction when one of the two sides is set to oscillate. Professor Roger Bowley from Sixty Symbols decided to demonstrate and explain this weird...

[Link: Sixty Symbols]
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Tags: physics   mechanical   pendulum   experiments   science   theory/tutorial   how it works   








The quantum computers era has officially open
posted April 16 2011 20:36.38 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Researchers in Australia and Japan reported that they were able to transfer a complex set of quantum information while preserving its integrity. The information was sent in the form...

[Link: popsci]
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Tags: quantum   futuristic   innovations   science   new materials   experiments   physics   

















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