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How far is our moon?
posted March 5 2011 20:47.54 by Giorgos Lazaridis

The distances in the universe are gigantic, some times human imagination is unable to understand them. Moreover, our sun is huge compared to us. So, in order to make a chart of our...

[Link: 1veritasium]
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Tags: geometry/mathematics   space related   experiments   

What is an Endothermic reaction? - Explained
posted February 28 2011 21:29.54 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I have feature many times videos from Periodic Table Videos on youtube, because these people understand that chemistry is a science that many people may like, but not all can follow...

[Link: Periodic Table Videos]
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Tags: chemistry   theory/tutorial   experiments   science   

3D printers will print body parts
posted February 22 2011 20:12.08 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Here is how it goes: Your body will be scanned with a special scanner, and a huge amount of data will be stored in your personal file. If for any reason you miss a body part like...

[Via: dvice]    [Link: bbc]
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Tags: futuristic   theory/tutorial   crazy designs   biotechnology   innovations   science   health & nature   3D printing   experiments   research   

World's first car driven by your thought!
posted February 18 2011 21:00.45 by Giorgos Lazaridis

...and not by your hands! That is what autonomos-labs claims, and that is exactly what you are about to see in this video. A set of sensors, cameras and lasers are also used to...

[Link: autonomos-labs]
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Tags: innovations   science   experiments   research   auto/moto   mind control   

Glass melts if it gets super-cooled
posted February 12 2011 22:10.33 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Usually, nothing happens special when something is cooled. But glass, turned out to be an exception! When it is supercooled close to absolute zero, it melts! The key to describe...

[Link: io9]
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Tags: chemistry   physics   inventions   experiments   science   

Super low power LCD clock
posted February 6 2011 21:30.42 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Kenneth ran some experiments with the MSP430 microcontroller chip and an LCD. What he did, is he used 2 10F super capacitors charged at 2.7 volts for power supply, and used this...

[Link: kennethfinnegan]
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Tags: electronic project   clock   low power   microcontroller   msp   battery   experiments   green   

Biologists erased the memory of a mouse! Freaking
posted January 31 2011 22:07.47 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Biotechnology is getting creepier day by day. This time, a scientific team from the University of Aberdee, managed to erase the working memory of a mouse. This type of memory is...

[Link: arstechnica]
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Tags: biotechnology   health & nature   science   animals   experiments   research   chemistry   

DIY Death-ray with 5800 mirrors
posted January 31 2011 21:51.12 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I remember seeing a few years ago the mythbusters. Funny, but many times lame. In this particular episode, they tried to reconstruct the parabolic mirror of Archimedes. The first...

[Via: dailymail]    [Link: EricJacqmain]
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Tags: crazy hack   physics   solar   mechanical   games and fun   experiments   fire   

Is it just me, or this is the hand of the Terminator?
posted January 26 2011 20:52.05 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Germans are known for their obsession with mechanical perfection. Many people believe that this obsession was turned against them in WW2. But that is the way things are, they make...

[Link: ieee spectrum]
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Tags: model   experiments   research   mechanical   inventions   robot   

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