There are broadly seven ways in which a substance interacts with the electromagnetic spectrum: – Absorption, Reflection, Refraction, Diffraction, Photoelectric Effect, Scattering, and Radiation. There are two types of radiations:- Due to temperature Due to a chemical reaction (includes nuclear radiation)
As a measure, irrationality is irrelevant. When I originally wrote this article, I wanted to somehow prove that irrationality does not exist naturally, that the only way we can possibly create an irrational number is by assuming that infinity exists.
All the factors mentioned in the above video are of course the preliminaries. What we want to understand, is if all these factors were removed, and the economy was allowed a free flow, will there still be inflation? Answer: Yes.
How do we measure time? Why do we measure time? What is the basis for measuring time? Who set the rules? Why is a second as long as it is? Who/what keeps this exact measurement of the second? Answers ahead!
Why is glass transparent of all objects? Why is glass used in a mirror, instead of any other object? Why haven’t these questions struck me before? Well the third question I can’t answer, but the other two I will. First
What we were taught Remember the science teachers saying sunlight is white? Is it though? Is the Sun yellow? What is even “colour”? Why do we perceive different frequencies of the electromagnetic spectrum as different colours? To be honest, no
Bullet train The bullet train isn’t a train at all. It doesn’t have an engine or wheels or a steering. It works on the principle of magnetic levitation(maglev) and magnetically guided steering. It runs at 330 Km/H, and was developed
Second Price Auction A general second price auction or a GSP is a type of auction where the bidder has to pay the price bid by the next best bidder. For example, if you bid 10 rupees for an apple,
1) “Stars in daylight” If you have never gotten punched in the face by someone, I’ll tell you another easy way to see stars in the sunlight. Close your eyes and press over them a bit hard for a while;
Why is it that when the room temperature is 37°C we feel hot instead of feeling neither hot nor cold, since it is also our body temperature? The answer, in fact, lies in the way our body functions. The human
Our science books never told us about the 4th state of matter. We didn’t know this but it exists as an integral part of our everyday life, and that’s why we need to know about it. Another state of matter?
Music can be called the seed of evolution of portable storage. People wanted to store music which lead them to develop portable storage. In other words, man’s love for music made him invent it. Hence proved that music is by