Inspiring talk about who we are

This small talk features excerpts from an interview with Professor Tom Burns of Ohio Wesleyan University and Director of Perkins Observatory. “The surface of the Earth is the shore of the cosmic ocean… Some part…

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Gauss Theorem

Gauss theorem (German mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss) is used to relate flux (the number of lines of force crossing an area normally is called electric flux or simply flux) through a closed surface to the…

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Coulomb’s Law

We know that charged bodies exerts force on each other and force between these two charges is known as the electric interaction. An experimentation and studies of these charges have shown that There are only…

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History of atomic theory

Somewhere around 440 BCE Democritus proposed that everything in the world was made up of tiny particles surrounded by empty space. And he even speculated that they vary in size and shape depending on the…

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Higgs Boson explained

“A particle collision event has been recorded in the Atlas detector of the Large Hadron Collider which has been identified as a potential Higgs.” These were the first word to indicate the discovery of Higgs…

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Solar Power

solar panels

The sun is ultimate source of power for all living beings. A solar cell with an area of 1.5 square meter would collect about 1,500 watts of solar energy. We know that coal is fossilized…

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How to supercool water

At normal atmospheric pressure, water freezes at zero degrees Celsius and boils at 100 degrees. It is to be noted that the freezing and boiling points of water are how we define the Celsius temperature…

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