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  1. The European Organization for Nuclear Research known as CERN was founded in 1952. Since then more than 80 countries have been contributing to the research done in the particle accelerator and trillions of dollars have been invested. Many argue that the money spent could have been invested in humane projects rather than spending it on research of tiny particles in huge machines under the ground that go through multiple countries. But most of us don’t know the great benefits the research provided us in the past years which greatly justifies this investment. The research provided the discovery
  2. New Aluminum Battery Could Recharge Your Phone in Just One Minute The next generation of batteries is here! An ultrafast rechargeable battery that’s also cheap and long-lasting. And since the new material it is made of is aluminum, the new battery is a safer alternative to conventional lithium-ion and alkaline batteries we are using all around the world today. For decades, Scientists have tried to use aluminum as material for batteries. The great benefits of aluminum over conventional lithium-ion and alkaline batteries that we are using today are that aluminum is cheap, bendy, and has low
  3. Hi everyone! Did you ever do one of those “do it yourself†home experiments..? Well I didn’t… so far until I saw that cool video on Facebook yesterday. You really don’t need a whole lot of stuff and it is super easy and fast to do. With a couple of simple ingredients that you can find at home you can make your own cloud! Check out this short video that teaches you step by step how it works. What’s going to happen is the water vapor inside the bottle, is quickly condensing which creates a cloud. Pretty cool experiment, give it a try!
  4. Hey guys! Over spring break we drove to Disneyworld in Florida. The car ride was unbelievable long so we decided to stop at a few places. One of the stops was the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. For the first time in my life I saw a real rocket last week, which has been a dream of mine since I was little. One of the things I always wondered was how rocket engines work and what makes them so unbelievable strong..? Like most engines, rockets burn fuel. Most rocket engines turn the fuel into hot gas. The engine pushes the gas out its back. The gas makes the rocket move forward.
  5. Hi everyone! I’m sure you have all learned or at least heard about the interior structure of the Earth and its different layers. The principle is easy to understand; the interior structure of the Earth is layered in spherical shells, like an onion. We know about the crust under the oceans and continents, the mantle that goes on for 2,900 kilometers and the iron core. Basically something we have all heard in junior high before. Now, Earth’s got a new layer. By crushing minerals between anvils made of diamonds, researchers have discovered that the top part of the lower mantle contains
  6. Since 3 years I’m playing rugby for the RC Danube Junior Pirates in an international league. This following summer we’ll play against a team from South Africa and France and I’m already really excited! I am currently playing 1st row tight head prop which would be a forward in soccer. Every time somebody makes a mistake or brakes the rules a scrum is utilized. In the position I’m playing I am in the first row for the scrum which happens pretty often. For most of you who have never heard about a scrum (short for scrummage); it is a method of restarting play in rugby that involves players
  7. The principles which allow a Formula 1 car to move are the same that cause an aircraft to fly. The only difference being the wing or airfoil shape is that the airfoil shape will create an upside down producing downforce instead of lift. The Bernoulli Effect means that: if a fluid (gas or liquid) flows around an object at different speeds, the slower moving fluid will exert more pressure than the faster moving fluid on the object. You have probably all heard about that before or seen it on a physics show on the TV, explained in a simpler form. So then the object will be forced toward the faster
  8. Are you tired of being trapped inside all day during the winter? Sledding and building snowmen gets boring? Well than I have some replay good experiments for you for these cold winter days! 1) Turn Boiling Water Into Ice In The Blink Of An Eye In the last couple weeks, it became a sensation to throw boiling water out into the freezing air and watch the water freeze before it even hits the ground. How is this possible? First of all, the air needs to be extremely cold and dry in order for this to be successful, around -30 degrees Celsius (-22 degrees Fahrenheit) which we almost had this w
  9. PARIS—Masked gunmen stormed the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday, killing a dozen people and decimating a newsroom that long took pride in defying the outrage—and death threats—stirred by its caricatures lampooning Islam. The brutal rampage shocked a nation that has been living in dread of reprisal attacks since joining the fight against Islamist insurgents in Africa and the Middle East. The attack—by gunmen armed with AK-47 rifles—triggered an outpouring of public anger at home and expressions of solidarity from around the world. I think you have all h
  10. Finally the winter is here and the skiing season starts! My slalom-skis arrived today from Austria and I'm really excited . The special thing about them which is also the reason why I'm so excited is that they have a computer chip inside which supports the KERS Technology (KINETIC ENERGY RECOVERY SYSTEM) How does that work? KERS Technology works like a turbo charger that provides additional power and acceleration by stiffening the tail of the ski in outturns. The effect: a boost, catapulting the rider into the next turn. Just like when Formula 1 pilots push a button for that extra not
  11. Good Morning everyone, We all know that the earth is not flat and most of us also know that it more has the form of an egg than an actual ball. That causes that so some areas are further away from the center of the earth which causes less gravitational force. That means if you are on top of the Mount Everest your Fg will be a little bit smaller than in a submarine on the bottom of the seas. The reason for that is the equation for force due gravity: Fg=(Gm1m2)/r2 and as r gets greater the force will get smaller. That means as further you get away from the center of the earth as smaller the
  12. Sounds like a lot of fun!
  13. Good luck for your driving license test!
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