Instructions to Make Sodium Silicate at home. Sodium Silicate or water glass as it is known is a substance that used to be very popular in certain industries such as construction or paper for example. It actually has many uses but it very hard to find. Luckily if you have some basic chemistry skills it […]

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Building and Using a Homemade Forge Made from a Coffee Can. If for some reason you feel that you need a home forge but can’t afford a manufactured unit, you can build one at home. Almost all of the materials you need to build an efficient and working forge is available in your home or […]

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Does Managing Climate Change Come Down to Effective Carbon Engineering? A technology and engineering company based in Alberta, Canada has devised a way to capture carbon dioxide in the air and transform it into a pure concentrate which can be sold and re-used in industrial applications.

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Research Using Sets of Sound Waves. Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory have discovered a way to use sound waves to levitate individual droplets of solutions containing different pharmaceuticals. While the connection between levitation and drug development may not be immediately apparent, a special relationship emerges at the molecular level.

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Defying Newton and the Laws of Gravity? It is called gyroscopic progression and it refers to the tendency of a rotating body to move in the direction of spin. Actually if you look this up on Wikipedia you will find a much more complicated answer that may take you a year or two of mechanical […]

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Science Experiments Explode with the Rocket. Last June 28, SpaceX in partnership with NASA launched a rocket carrying a cargo that was supposed to resupply the International Space Station (ISS). Unfortunately, the launch failed because the rocket exploded and disintegrated in the air.

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Experimenting At Home with Lasers The first functional laser which was made in 1960 by the Hughes Research Laboratories used a synthetic ruby crystal as its lasing medium. Although ruby crystals are less-utilized these days due to the rise of other components like helium neon, they still remain as popular materials when it comes to […]

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Strongest Magnet in the World and what to do with it. It can be argued that the most powerful magnet casts so much magnetic force that it can slow down a locomotive from a quarter-million miles away. In case you didn’t know, this is the same distance as from the Earth to the moon.

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Homemade Ultracapacitors and what to do with them. A viable and efficient way to provide stored electricity to power equipment is an ultracapacitor. The passive devices have the capacity to store and deliver larges amounts of current in a very short time.

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What is an Atmospheric Energy Motor? What if you could somehow harness the electrostatic energy from the air and used it to power a fan? Sounds like an idea out of a science fiction movie right? You’d be forgiven if you thought that this idea is impossible in real life.

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