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1.Software for Steam and Water properties by Amit Bhaduri
Water is cheapest and extensively used engineering fluid for transportation and conversion of heat energy. Water is chemically very stable with excellent thermal properties and that is why it is used as primary heat carrier in steam power plants and for heating duties. The importance of water and steam ...
[Added: 14 Jan 2007   Hits: 1437   Words: 781]

2.Eugene Guth on Historians and the Scientific Approach by Eugene Guth
Historical evolution entered also philosophy and social sciences, like economy and political science, and law. The chief purpose of these efforts was, however, not the study of history for its own sake but for the utilitarian purpose of "learning from the ...
[Added: 13 Jan 2007   Hits: 964   Words: 909]

3.Impossible=Possible by Dr. Randy Wysong
Even if the chance that all the events coming together perfectly to create life on Earth is virtually an impossible probability with staggering odds (which it is), we are told by evolutionists that it should not matter. As the physicist Stenger says, ...
[Added: 12 Jan 2007   Hits: 1040   Words: 926]

4.Lectures on the History of Physics by Eugene Guth by Eugene Guth
1. Introduction As a start, I would like to point out to you a few things which might explain my interest in history and philosophy in general. You have all heard the slogan "Two Cultures," the contrast and conflict between sciences on one hand ...
[Added: 30 Dec 2006   Hits: 1259   Words: 1224]

5.The Science Behind Consciousness by Justin Kander
Some people talk about being lucky, getting lucky, having something lucky. But it's very possible that all of us, everyone in the world, are born being very, very lucky. What follows is just a theory, but quite possible. Every man's body on the ...
[Added: 25 Dec 2006   Hits: 1067   Words: 438]

6.DNA Engineering by Justin Kander
The concept of DNA engineering (also known as DNA manipulation, DNA technology, and DNA recombination) is controversial, and the process of DNA engineering is amazing. DNA engineering is the altering of DNA, with the purpose usually being ...
[Added: 25 Dec 2006   Hits: 1247   Words: 574]

7.How Bad Can Virus Hoaxes Get by Dalvin Rumsey
Each and every computer user has at least once suffered from the action of a virus. The damage such a malicious little thing causes can be very serious, leading up to the theft of your data. Your ...
[Added: 08 Dec 2006   Hits: 1228   Words: 410]

8.Choosing an Online DNA Testing Service by Alex Blake
Unless you've been living in a cave for the last ten years, you're probably aware of the growing role of DNA testing in everyday life. From forensics to relationships to ancestry, DNA testing is changing the way we validate truth. One of the fastest ...
[Added: 17 Nov 2006   Hits: 884   Words: 569]

9.The Secrets of DNA by Justin Kander
Protein synthesis is a very complicated process. Protein synthesis has many steps, and a variety of chemicals and organelles are involved. Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is the controlling force behind protein synthesis, but DNA alone cannot form proteins. Transcription is the first ...
[Added: 06 Nov 2006   Hits: 1043   Words: 496]

10.All 10 outstanding science fair tips. by Madeline Binder
Investigate for Science Fair Tips & Ideas! If you are reading this it is possibly science fair project time. You shouldn't put things off until until the last minute to select what project you would like to see if you can do. If maybe you're tring to find a ...
[Added: 24 Oct 2006   Hits: 1085   Words: 536]

11.New Generation Carrier Network by David Chow
The fast growth of data traffic, especially the traffic from new network applications such as VoIP, P2P, IPTV, etc., makes people not doubt that the data traffic has become dominating in today's network. Although traditional voice traffic is still one of major ...
[Added: 14 Oct 2006   Hits: 881   Words: 1012]

12.Cryogenic Treatment Improves Drill Bits Wear Resistance by Benjamin Gorlick
Cryogenic Treatment of Drill Bits explained: This article explains how cryogenic treatment improves the wear resistance and lifetime of drill bits. When the cryogenic treatment process begins, metals are brought to deep cryogenic levels (-300F), causing ...
[Added: 25 Aug 2006   Hits: 1544   Words: 657]

13.What Is So Great About Bees Anyway? by Gerry
Without bees, the human race is unlikely to have advanced as quickly as it has. In fact, even today our survival depends on the humble but industrious honey bee and the humble and industrious beekeeper. An over-generalization? Perhaps, but let us look at the work of bees ...
[Added: 19 Aug 2006   Hits: 844   Words: 541]

14.Research in Social Sciences: Qualitative and Quantitative Methods by Verena Veneeva
Research in social sciences largely depends on measurements and analysis and interpretation of numerical as well as non numerical data. Quantitative research methods focus on statistical approaches and qualitative methods are based on content analysis, comparative analysis, grounded theory, and ...
[Added: 07 Jul 2006   Hits: 1515   Words: 549]

15.A Brief History Of Dreams And Their Interpretation by Badi Purwa
The interpretation of dreams by dream experts may be almost as old as dreaming itself. We know that all humans, and many animals, dream every night, and humans have always been fascinated to learn what causes dreams and what they mean. The interpretation of dreams ...
[Added: 02 Jul 2006   Hits: 1276   Words: 741]

16.Japanese Pronunciation Vs. Katakana by Scott Brady
As a native English speaker hearing non-natives (especially Asians) trying to speak the English language I sometimes can't help but chuckle, or cry, over the way they slaughter the words. As I presently reside in Japan and understand the ...
[Added: 24 Apr 2006   Hits: 1431   Words: 577]

17.Only a Passing Glance by Henry Ramsey
What is Faith? Faith is believing in something. Confident belief in the truth, value, or trustworthiness of a person, concept or idea. It is the mental acceptance of the truth or actuality of something. In its positive aspect, it is a belief in the ...
[Added: 23 Apr 2006   Hits: 940   Words: 853]

18.Weathervanes- Learn the basic functions of the historic weathervane! by Neisha Bjorklund
Weathervanes have embellished the roofs of homes, barns, and churches, both huge and humble, for nearly two millennia. A weathervanes basic function is to indicate the wind direction so you yourself can determine the direction of incoming weather. A traditional weathervane comes in two sections. The lower-half of a ...
[Added: 22 Apr 2006   Hits: 1545   Words: 338]

19.Charles Darwin and the Giant Tortoise by Michael Kerrigan
Charles Darwin is most famously known for his theory of evolution. He is less known for his 5 year voyage (1831-1836) around the world as an anthropologist. Below, is an excerpt from his diary of this journey, ...
[Added: 11 Apr 2006   Hits: 1073   Words: 965]

20.Womderful little saurs from permian by Ernst Probst
Wiesbaden - Wonderful saurs are specialities by the online-shop www.antiquitaeten-shop.net. Founder of this online-shop is the German science-author Ernst Probst from Mainz-Kostheim, a part of the city of Wiesbaden. He wrote many articles and books about saurs, dinosaurs and other fossils. Ernst Probst sells following saurs ...
[Added: 06 Apr 2006   Hits: 1093   Words: 468]

21.An Environmental Science Degree: An Investment In The Future by John Edmond
The world is changing faster now than at any time since the last ice-age 10,000 years ago and the major cause of that change is man. To allow the changes to continue unchecked is reckless ...
[Added: 22 Mar 2006   Hits: 816   Words: 677]

22.Galactic Mystery - Matter - On the Dark Side by Mike Strauss
Scientific inquiry can be described as a sequence of observations leading to a hypothesis which must be tested by experimentation. The results either validate or invalidate the hypothesis which was under test. Unfortunately, the interpretation of the ...
[Added: 16 Mar 2006   Hits: 823   Words: 1110]

23.The Invisible Ether and Michelson Morley by Mike Strauss
Modern scientists adopted the ancient concept of the ether to explain the fundamental nature of the universe. Einstein allegedly dethroned the ether concept with his space time continuum. In spite of this, we might have to revisit ...
[Added: 16 Mar 2006   Hits: 852   Words: 1742]

24.Big Bang Booming - Back to the Future by Michael Strauss
Theoretical cosmologists spend much of their time perfecting what is now known as the 'Big Bang' theory. This concept originates from ideas percolating in the minds of scientists, theologians and astronomers down through the ages. However, much of what they consider as proof ...
[Added: 12 Feb 2006   Hits: 961   Words: 1153]

25."We Don't Know What We are Talking About" - Nobel Laureate David Gross by Michael Strauss
Science has reached an enormous impasse. From biology to physics, astronomy to genetics, the scientific community is reaching the limits of understanding which often presage a complete rethinking of long-accepted theories. So characteristic of this new apex of modern ...
[Added: 12 Feb 2006   Hits: 809   Words: 885]

26.E=mc2 is Wrong - Einstein's Special Relativity Fundamentally Flawed by Michael Strauss
In 1905, Albert Einstein published 'On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies' now known as Special Relativity; this theory revolutionized geometry, math, physics, science and the classical perspective of the universe as understood since Newton's time. However, were there intrinsic errors in this theory? Is Albert Einstein's ...
[Added: 12 Feb 2006   Hits: 931   Words: 584]

27.A Brief History of Creation by Clara Szalai
What is the loop of Creation? How is there something from nothing? In spite of the fact that it is impossible to prove that anything exists beyond one's perception since any such proof would ...
[Added: 03 Feb 2006   Hits: 979   Words: 3544]

28.Finite Element Analysis: Post-processing by Steve Roensch
The following four-article series was published in a newsletter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) . It serves as an introduction to the recent analysis discipline known as the finite element method . The author is an engineering consultant and expert ...
[Added: 17 Jan 2006   Hits: 1028   Words: 877]

29.Finite Element Analysis: Solution by Steve Roensch
The following four-article series was published in a newsletter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) . It serves as an introduction to the recent analysis discipline known as the finite element method . The author is an engineering consultant and expert ...
[Added: 17 Jan 2006   Hits: 946   Words: 891]

30.Finite Element Analysis: Pre-processing by Steve Roensch
The following four-article series was published in a newsletter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) . It serves as an introduction to the recent analysis discipline known as the finite element method . The author is an engineering consultant and expert witness specializing ...
[Added: 17 Jan 2006   Hits: 1026   Words: 836]

31.Finite Element Analysis: Introduction by Steve Roensch
The following four-article series was published in a newsletter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) . It serves as an introduction to the recent analysis discipline known as the finite element method ...
[Added: 17 Jan 2006   Hits: 1122   Words: 667]

32.Sheep Have Been Cloned...Are Humans Next? by Jillian Gregory
Do you enjoy watching forensic science shows like CSI? Are you interested in genetics and the intricacies of DNA? Genetic engineering that deals with the human genome and DNA has become a hot bed for discussion in recent years. Advancements in forensic science have helped ...
[Added: 23 Oct 2005   Hits: 1005   Words: 542]

33.Tanning : The process of making leather from skin by Michael Sanford
Tanning: The chemical and mechanical process used to treat hides and eliminate perishability. Tanning is the process of making leather from skin. This is commonly done with the acidic compound tannin, which prevents normal decomposition and often imparts color There ...
[Added: 15 Oct 2005   Hits: 1171   Words: 769]

34.Satellite Radio : Digital radio receiving signals broadcast by communications satellite by Michael Sanford
A satellite radio or subscription radio (SR) is a digital radio that receives signals broadcast by communications satellite, which covers a much wider geographical range than normal radio signals. SR functions anywhere where there is line of sight between the antenna and the satellite, given there are ...
[Added: 15 Oct 2005   Hits: 903   Words: 876]

35.Global Mamas - Baby Clothes With A Conscience by Kirsten Hawkins
There are a lot of options in today's world for parents seeking to purchase baby clothes for the newest members of their families. The trends in baby clothing run from the simplistic and traditional (average, low cost baby clothing purchased ...
[Added: 15 Sep 2005   Hits: 868   Words: 419]

36.Telescopes - Principle of operation and factors that affect its properties by David Chandler
Telescopes are devices that are used to view the distant objects. They find its use in astronomy and physics. It enables you to view the distant objects by magnifying them. There are many types of telescopes and their prices vary according to the specifications. Many accessories ...
[Added: 02 Sep 2005   Hits: 1308   Words: 486]

37.Fizzy Sherbet - A Sweet Science Lesson For Your Kids by Lindsay Small
Fizzy sherbet in a paper bag with a strawberry lollipop was probably my favorite treat as a child, but I never knew what was in the sherbet and why it sparkled and tingled on my tongue! Try making some with your kids and enjoy a mini science lesson in ...
[Added: 30 Aug 2005   Hits: 1783   Words: 480]

38.Science Homework? Speed Up Your Progress Online! by Katie Robbins
For your semester project you are required to write a biography about Albert Einstein. You need to explore his scientific achievements. Thankfully, your teacher is not making you provide the rational behind Einstein's E=MC2 equation, but you are expected to write a ...
[Added: 06 Aug 2005   Hits: 708   Words: 453]

39.How To Clone The Perfect Baby by gerald armstrong
You have my permission to publish this article electronically or in print, free of charge, as long as the bylines are included. A courtesy copy of your publication would be appreciated How To Clone The Perfect Baby Posted on Friday, November26 ...
[Added: 29 Nov 2004   Hits: 898   Words: 578]

40.Making Space for Sacred Space by Stephanie Yeh
MAKING SPACE for Sacred Space ================================================== When you read a great inspirational book, prayer, or article, don't you think to yourself, "What a great idea! I should do more daily rituals, prayer, meditation."? It always seems like a ...
[Added: 09 Oct 2004   Hits: 758   Words: 453]