Month: December 2018

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Nature Drive: Is an Electric Car Worth Buying?

Electric Vehicles (EVs) are seen as the future of the automotive industry. With sales projected at $30 million by 2030, electric cars are slowly but surely taking over their market. The EV poster boy, The Tesla Model S, is a consistent frontrunner in luxury car sales. However, there are still doubts about the electric car’s …

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Fluid Chromatography: How It Prevents Drug Contamination

Many Americans take medications on a daily basis. A survey by Consumer Reports reveals that more than half of the population have a prescribed drug. Among this group, a good number consume more than three. Others are taking prescribed medications along with over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, and other forms of supplements. As Americans get older and …

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Chiropractic Marketing: 5 Ways to Earn More Online Leads

Every business requires a steady stream of clients to succeed. The world is now doing everything online; from taking classes and shopping, to finding services online. This has been seen the rise of digital marketing to boost sales by targeting online customers. While you can find customers by offering services, such as free spinal cord …

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Getting Ahead: Powerful Pointers for Beating Your Business Rival

When it comes to business and economy as a whole, there will always be a struggle between who is number one and who is everybody else. Of course, your vision as a business owner involves doing your best to be the top gun in your locality or maybe even in your chosen industry. However, remember …

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How Can Britons Know If They Are Getting a Real Black Friday Deal

Holidays are special events for families, but these are perfect earning opportunities for businesses as well. Retailers, for instance, time their sale events or seasonal discount offers during special holidays, such as Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday. They understand that consumers need plenty of items during these times of the year, and they use this …

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Top Ten Open Problems in Physics

What is the ultimate purpose of my work as theoretical physicist and, if you want, my existence itself? Is it serving the community of other physicists like organizing and participating in conferences? Nop. Then, maybe teaching future physicists in the University, encourage young people to enter the exciting field of physics? Not quite. Writing good …

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Building Skyward: How Physics Made Possible the Vertical Rise of Modern Cities.

There is a new measure to the advancement and modernity of cities around the world. That measure does not belong to the group of economic or financial yardstick. That degree of modernization is now seen on the skyline. The upward trend of building the spaces that people dwell in. The expansion of towns and cities …

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Mysterious Formation of Star Clusters

In Space, After Chaos There is Birth: Mysterious Formation of Star Clusters

The stars that we see on a clear night sky are conceived through a pandemonium of atoms. These light elements are squeezed under enough pressure for their nuclei to undergo fusion. These little twinkling bits of light we see adorning the infinity of sky at night are beautiful to gaze at. However, its beauty is …

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Why are Scientists Building Big Colliders for the Smallest Collisions?

To Study Small, You Must Build Big: Why are Scientists Building Big Colliders for the Smallest Collisions?

We were once thought to believe – maybe back in grade school – that the smallest unit of matter is the atom. The word atom that came from the Greek word “atomos,” which means indivisible and were made of protons, neutrons, and electrons. Atoms that can be illustrated by drawing a spherical core, enveloped by …

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The Key to Green Energy is Putting it into People’s Smartphones.

A Nonequilibrium Energy and Environment Special Part 2: The Key to Green Energy is Putting it into People’s Smartphones.

“This is the first of a two-part series detailing the possibility of small-scale energy production to help curb the use of fossil fuels and ultimately – global warming. Explored here are two promising technologies – even if they are at their infancy stage – can make everyone a contributor to the goal of reducing our …

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