A Great Demonstration of the RLC Circuit. For the electronics students or hobbyist the RLC circuit is one of the fundamental circuits that is used in electronic devices such as radios and transmitters and even motor control. RLC stands for the three major components of the circuit which are resistors, and induction coil and capacitors.

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Easy DIY Home Experiment Video. Experimentation is the heart of scientific discovery and also a great way to spend a rainy Saturday morning. There is no better way to learn, than to do, right?

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University Chemistry Lessons the Hard Way. University science classrooms can be dangerous places. I remember one particular class in first year university chemistry that ended is security running into the room to see what the hell had happened.

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Why Would We Build an Underwater Tennis Court? The video that goes with this is not very well done but it does make you think about what it would take to design and build an underwater tennis court. For that mater it does not have to be only for a tennis court but for any […]

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The magnetic wormhole is an analogy of gravitational ones, as it “changes the topology of space. “Wormholes” are theoretical cosmic tunnels that can connect two distant regions of the universe, Any science fiction fan will tell you in detail how wormholes feature in movies like Stargate, Star Trek and Interstellar.

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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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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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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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Unpowered Homemade Radio May Come in Handy, Someday Right? By the very nature of radio waves, they are pure electromagnetic energy that is free for the taking. We use the these energy waves to carry information such as music,data and more. You can actually build a device that takes such a small amount of energy […]

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 Nuclear Salt Reactor – ( TeK-THinK ) A liquefied salt reactor is under the class of nuclear fission reactors where the elementary coolant is a mixture of molten salt. Liquefied salt activators work at very high temperatures compared to the water-cooled reactors. They perform at very high temperatures in order to increase the thermodynamic efficiency […]

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