November 2014

Magnetic Levitation - (various proof of concept experiments)

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In this episode Shahriar demonstrates one of the simplest magnetic levitation circuits. First, the basic concept of magnetic levitation is examined. Two diff...

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An education video describing how the cool technology of superconductors in magnetic levitation works.

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First panoramic image from the surface of a comet. #ESA #Rosetta #Philae #Comet #67P More: bit.ly/1uht1rq

Multiverse Collisions May Dot the Sky
Early in cosmic history, our universe may have bumped into another — a primordial clash that could have left traces in the Big Bang’s afterglow.

"But on larger scales, exponential expansion continues forever, and new bubble universes are continually being created. Each bubble is deemed a universe in its own right, despite being part of the same space-time, because an observer could not travel from one bubble to the next without moving faster than the speed of light. And each bubble may have its own distinct laws of physics. “If you buy eternal inflation, it predicts a multiverse,” Peiris said."

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Multiverse Collisions May Dot the Sky
Early in cosmic history, our universe may have bumped into another — a primordial clash that could have left traces in the Big Bang’s afterglow.

But on larger scales, exponential expansion continues forever, and new bubble universes are continually being created. Each bubble is deemed a universe in its own right, despite being part of the same space-time, because an observer could not travel from one bubble to the next without moving faster than the speed of light. And each bubble may have its own distinct laws of physics. “If you buy eternal inflation, it predicts a multiverse,” Peiris said.

https://www.quantamagazine.org/20141110-multiverse-collisions-may-dot-the-sky/

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Most incredible close up film of an entire eruption of a volcano you may ever see... even the shockwave is visible from the atmosphere and the BLAST that occurs afterwards from the sound is just incredible. ... See MoreSee Less

The eruption of Mount Tavurvur volcano on August 29th, 2014. Captured by Phil McNamara. For licensing/usage please contact: licensing(at)jukinmediadotcom Sic...

Image Credit: ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO), NSF
Explanation: Why does this giant disk have gaps? The exciting and probable answer is: planets. A mystery is how planets massive enough to create these gaps formed so quickly, since the HL Tauri star system is only about one million years old. The picture on which the gaps were discovered was taken with the new Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) of telescopes in Chile. ALMA imaged the protoplanetary disk, which spans about 1,500 light-minutes across, in unprecedented detail, resolving features as small as 40 light minutes. The low energy light used by ALMA was also able to peer through an intervening haze of gas and dust. The HL Tauri system lies about 450 light years from Earth. Studying HL Tauri will likely give insight into how our own Solar System formed and evolved. #APOD #AstronomyPictureOfTheDay
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Image Credit: ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO), NSF
Explanation: Why does this giant disk have gaps? The exciting and probable answer is: planets. A mystery is how planets massive enough to create these gaps formed so quickly, since the HL Tauri star system is only about one million years old. The picture on which the gaps were discovered was taken with the new Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) of telescopes in Chile. ALMA imaged the protoplanetary disk, which spans about 1,500 light-minutes across, in unprecedented detail, resolving features as small as 40 light minutes. The low energy light used by ALMA was also able to peer through an intervening haze of gas and dust. The HL Tauri system lies about 450 light years from Earth. Studying HL Tauri will likely give insight into how our own Solar System formed and evolved. #APOD #AstronomyPictureOfTheDay

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Radical science, pushing the envelope on the radical but rational.

Humanity is altering Earth’s life support system....

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Produced by the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme and Globaia and funded by the UN Foundation. The data visualization summarises and visualizes sev...

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David FinleyTell me again how the sun is altering the Earth's life support system

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"....Targeting cancer cell metabolism - this animation, created by Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, with distribution supported by Forma Therapeutics, explores the key aspects of the altered metabolism in cancer cells and explains how these can be exploited for the development of new anticancer strategies...."

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Cancer cells are hungry. To feed their rapid growth and division, their metabolism changes. Moreover, they use sugar (glucose) in a different way to normal c...

Radical Science News shared Lifting The Veil's video.

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see the full video on youtube here for more >> youtu.be/OqpPi8wNed8 click arrows in video for more amazing clips! 😉 YOU WONT FIND THESE #EXPERIMENTS ON #iFuckingLoveScience" because it canno...

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Quite a tiny bulls eye from space.
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X Marks the Spot "Autonomous spaceport drone ship. Thrusters repurposed from deep sea oil rigs hold position within 3m even in a storm. " "Base is 300 ft by 100 ft, with wings that extend width to 1...

Quite a tiny bulls eye from space.

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Largest-ever map of the human interactome predicts new cancer genes: bit.ly/1xv18wU

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Knockout of specific genes can be achieved with CRISPR/Cas9 transfection. Data below represents CRISPR/Cas9 knockout of E2A, E2F1, PARP-1 and SIRT1. CRISPR/Cas9 Gene Knockout and HDR Plasmids targete...