Science Questions and Answers: How Does Hydroelectricity Work?  Flowing water carries tremendous amounts of power. A Canadian waterfall in Ontario (created by the Ottawa River) that moves 170,000 cubic meters of water per minute at a speed of almost 60 kilometers per hour can fill a thousand Olympic swimming pools every day.

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World’s Roundest Object – Who Cares Right? Scientists working on The Avogadro Project have come up with a surprising superlative: the world’s roundest object. In a world where almost everything competes to be the best and biggest among its peers, the Idea of creating the roundest object seems baseless. But that’s not true – they […]

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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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Faster than Light Travel from a Warp Drive – ( TeK-THinK) For most of us, including the most die hard sci fi fans, warp drive has remained a hypothetical concept that was unquestionably confined to the make-believe world of television and feature movies. But now, scientist are starting to believe that warp drive may actually […]

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NASA World Science Festival – ( TeK-THinK ) Readers of Tek-Think are by definition a curious bunch. I mean they have a healthy curiosity of how the universe works. If you are one of those curious people that wonder how rockets launch or spacecraft land when coming back from space or about the technology that […]

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Science Experiment for Kids – ( TeK-THinK ) A fun science experiment for your kids to do that is not too messy, and is very colorful. You can make an indoor rainbow using the following items: 7 clear plastic (or glass) cups that are all the same size, paper towels, food dye (red, blue, and […]

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How NanoScience will Change Our World – ( TeK-THinK) Nanoscience and nanotechnology are defined as the study and application of extremely small things and can be used across all the other science fields, such as chemistry, biology, physics, materials science, and engineering.

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Wireless Power Transmission – ( TeK-THinK) One of the fields that Nicola Tesla investigated in his career was the area of wireless electricity transmission. His vision was to generate and then transmit power wireless using the principles of electromagnetic fields and waves.

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The Science Lecture – ( TeK-THinK) This lecture series dates back to 2008, but the general theory of relativity does really age so it is as relevant today as when Einstein first penned it. Come on you know you want to understand it, am I right?

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Cutting Edge Technology – ( TeK-THinK) It is no secret that here at Tek-THink, we love to talk, read and hear about technology, and in fact it is right on the front page of the site with ” For the love of Technology” and our facebook page, “Technology Rocks”. However we are keenly aware that […]

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