It’s happened to all of us at one time or another. You make yourself a sandwich. You’re enjoying it quietly and suddenly you realize that the bread you’ve already taken a few bites of has a few green or blue spots on it. Ugh, now what? This is what can happen to you when you… Continue reading You Ate a Piece of Bread That Had Mold on It and Now What?
What galaxy can be seen from Earth? What is the easiest galaxy to see? – The galaxies closest to the Milky Way, our neighbors, are those belonging to the so-called Local Group. They are easily seen with an amateur telescope. Some, such as Andromeda and the Magellanic Clouds, can even be seen with the naked… Continue reading Nearby Galaxies, Easy to Observe
Terraform Venus: Leaving the Earth and Moving Into Space Has Been a Romantic Idea Since Ancient Times. Sooner or later, it will be necessary for the survival of the human race. What if we turned one of the harshest and most dangerous places in the solar system into a colony? Not a city in the… Continue reading Terraform Venus | Could Venus Become Habitable?
Terraforming is a theory about the hypothetical possibility of changing the climatic conditions on space bodies: moons, asteroids and stars. But first of all, of course, we are talking about planets. It is assumed that it is possible to make the climate, atmosphere and environmental conditions suitable for the comfortable life of humans, land animals… Continue reading Terraforming: Changing the Atmosphere of a Planet
Who as a child didn’t draw pictures showing the sun – as a round ball with a smiling face, surrounded by a wreath of light rays? What color was the sun in your pictures? If the answer is “yellow”, you’re like me – my suns were always yellow, too. Why is that? Is the sun… Continue reading The Yellow Sun Paradox
The process of natural selection refers to one of the mechanisms of the evolution of the species of living beings proposed by Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace, from which they explained the design of nature. For example: the white fur of arctic animals that allows them to hide in the snow. Natural selection occurs… Continue reading Examples for Natural Selection
What Is a Cell Phone? Why Are They Called Cell Phones? How Do Cell Phones Work? Cell Phone Components. Since 1983, when telephone and radio technologies were combined, cellular telephony has ceased to be a luxury exclusive to the wealthy. Cell Phones become an accessory that fulfills basic communication functions. Why Are They Called Cell… Continue reading How Do Cell Phones Work?
Earth Day, officially known as International Mother Earth Day, occurs every year on April 22nd. The celebration of Mother Nature helps to highlight to the world’s population and governments the dangers facing our ecosystems due to the improper use of their natural resources. Why is Earth Day celebrated? International Mother Earth Day was born from… Continue reading Earth Day – International Mother Earth Day
Have you ever touched someone or something and noticed a small electric shock? This is static electricity. You’re probably wondering what it is or how you can eliminate it. We have the answer in today’s post. It is a discharge of electricity that was accumulated in some material and has found an escape route through… Continue reading What is Static Electricity?
The salts have some common characteristics, among them, the conduction of electric current when they are in solution and salty flavor. Salts are ionic compounds, have a salty taste, and are solid. Salts characteristics: 1 – Conduct electric current when they are in solution. 2 – Salts taste salty. 3 – The salts react with acids, with hydroxides,… Continue reading Salts