Just invented recently, these steam engines are smaller than red blood cells and most bacteria between one and three millionths of a meter. The significantly strong pistons are powered by a combined process of optical manipulation which bypasses microfabrication and draws strength from simplicity. To our eyes, they look just like little pulsing circles (almost […]
The Worlds Smallest Steam Engine is Smaller then a Red Blood Cell
How Important Is Omega-3 To The Brain?
Our bodies definitely have a specific way of functioning, and there are certain elements needed for it to function healthy. I am always amazed at the articles that are written about Omega-3. I consider in some sense it to be on the level of requirement in our everyday lives. I am aware of the cardiovascular […]
Enzymes… Are They Important?
I can remember when I could eat almost anything without having indigestion. I do not remember changing anything to cause it. I only grew older…humbug. So how does this all work? Most of us understand the concept of chewing food and salivary gland secreted together in order for the food to be broken down into […]
In 1848, Edgar Allen Poe published his final work, “Eureka,” which answered a cosmic riddle of his time… But was he RIGHT?
In 1848, Edgar Allen Poe published his final work, “Eureka,” which answered a cosmic riddle of his time: Why is the nighttime sky dark if there are an infinite number of stars in the sky? He theorized that the darkness represented stars too young for the light to have yet reached us, but he was […]
Why Is It So Easy To Remember The Symbol for Sodium if You Know Chinese (Na)?
Hint: 钠钠钠钠钠钠钠钠钠钠钠钠钠钠钠钠 BATMAN! Did you count the symbols? Yes, the pronunciation of the element Sodium sounds like “na” in Chinese. Guess what Lithium is in Chinese? “Li.” Not only that, in Swedish and Dutch it’s “Natrium.” Anyone know anymore Chinese or other interesting coincidences? In the meantime, Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium, Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium, Hey Hey […]