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Important Laws In Physics and Their Formulas

Important Laws in Physics and Their Applications

September 30, 2020
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Physical laws are the deductions extracted based on many years of scientific research, observations, and experiments that require persistent performance under different conditions to reach the premises, which can be quickly credited worldwide. We all are aware that our world stands working on some principles which are drawn by our scientists in the form of specific physical laws.   Essential Laws of Physics are:   1. Archimedes Principle A Greek mathematician, Archimedes discovered this principle in the third century B.C. …

Why do we have two eyes for vision?

Why do we have two eyes for vision?

September 3, 2020
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Is catching, or heading a ball challenging for you? If you’ve ever tried threading a needle, did it end in frustration? Have you ever thought of blaming your eyes for that? Two eyes that work together help you estimate how far a ball is or where the thread is with respect to the needle. This “working together” of the eyes happens in the brain. The brain receives two images one for each eye, processes them together with the other information …

Fathers of physics

Who is the Father of Physics?

August 30, 2020
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Even though the title “Father of Physics” has not been assigned to any single individual. Galileo, Isaac Newton, and Albert Einstein were the pioneers who contributed much of their knowledge and efforts towards the study of physics and have been called as the “fathers of physics” in western cultures. History of physics Physics is a branch of science whose principal objects of learning are matter and energy. Principles of physics find applications throughout the natural sciences and in technology as …

Types of satellites by ISRO

9 Different Types of Satellites launched by ISRO

August 15, 2020
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A” satellite” is a man-made object that revolves around a planet or any celestial body in space launched into space by men itself. Technically speaking, a satellite is a machine that orbits around any planet or star. These are launched into space by scientists for specific jobs. We can also call Earth as a satellite since it revolves around the sun. In the same way, the moon is a also a satellite as it orbits around the Earth. According to …

What is Diatomic Element? What Are the 7 Diatomic Elements?

August 1, 2020
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A diatomic element is an element in the periodic table, in which a molecule of an element which consists of two atoms bonded together. The diatomic elements are the – ine halogens (i.e. fluorine, chlorine, bromine, Iodine) and elements with a –gen ending (i.e. hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen). Almost 99% of the Earth’s atmosphere consists of diatomic molecules (nitrogen and oxygen). Seven pure elements form diatomic molecules. The list of these elements are: Hydrogen (H2) Nitrogen (N2) Oxygen (O2) Fluorine (F2) Chlorine (Cl2) Iodine …

5 Interesting Topics in Physics.

5 Interesting Topics in Physics.

December 3, 2019
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There are a lot of exciting ideas in physics. Matter exists as a state of energy, while waves of probability spread throughout the universe. Existence itself may exist as only the vibrations on microscopic, trans-dimensional strings. Here are some of the most interesting of these ideas, in physics. 1) Can we see sound? Sound waves are not always invisible. Sound is simply the ordered vibration of matter. Any time you see a vibration, you see sound. For example, when you …

Parts of Human Eye

Parts of Human Eye.

October 25, 2019
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Our eyes are one of the essential tools we use to process the world around us. They allow us to interpret shapes, faces, colours, and depth by translating the light that reflects off of these things into electrical signals that the brain reads as images. The eyes sit in cone-shaped cavities in the skull called sockets which are surrounded by six motion-regulating muscles and multiple layers of fatty tissue that help to protect the eye and give it flexibility. Eyebrows, …

How do we see different colours and identify them?

How Do We See and identify Color?- Winspire magazine

October 25, 2019
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An introduction to colour and the human eye. The human eye and brain translate light into colour. Light receptors within the eye transmit messages to the brain, which produces the familiar sensations of colour. Newton observed that colour is not inherent in objects. Instead, the surface of an object reflects some colours and absorbs all the others. We perceive only the reflected colours. Thus, red is not “in” an apple. The surface of the apple is reflecting the wavelengths we …

Everything We Need to Know About Human Eye

The Human Eye and its defects

October 24, 2019
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The Human eye works on the refraction of the light through a natural convex lens, which is made up of transparent living material and enables us to see things that are present around us. And the ability to see is known as vision, eyesight or drishti. The human eye consists of the iris, pupil, cornea, ciliary muscles, optical never, retina and eye lens. Construction of Eye The front part of the eye is called cornea, which is made of transparent …

14 Animals Whose Blood Isn't Red

14 Animals Whose Blood Isn’t Red

September 25, 2019
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We humans have red colour blood, a feature we share with the majority of the other creatures on the planet. But that is not the only colour possible. Some animals bleed not only in red, but in purple, blue, and even green. This article explains how, and why, that happens.  Let’s take a look at what causes blood to have a certain color in each animal. What is Blood? Blood is a fluid within most animals that carries oxygen and …

Why eggs have a different colour?

September 25, 2019
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Have you checked the egg section of a grocery store or farmers market, and you’ll notice cartons of eggs separated into white and brown, sometimes even green or blue eggs. What is the difference between eggs with shells of different colors?  What would make them that color? There are more than 60 breeds of chickens recognized and 100 of other chicken breeds that have been developed worldwide — many of whom lay gorgeous eggs in a rainbow of hues ranging …

What is a Refrigerator? and how it works?

September 25, 2019
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The refrigerator is such an important component of modern life that it is hard to imagine what the world was like without it. Before mechanical refrigeration systems were introduced, people had to cool their food using earthern pots, ice and snow, either found locally or brought down from the mountains. The first cellars for keeping food cold and fresh were holes that were dug into the ground and lined with wood or straw and packed with snow and ice. This …

What is Dynamite? How Dynamite Blasts!

September 25, 2019
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Boom! Did you hear that explosion? It sounded like a thousand sticks of dynamite blowing up at once. Can you imagine what that might look and sound like? If you’re a fan of cartoons, you may have seen Wile E. Coyote(Jackle) and Roadrunner(fast running Bird) playing with dynamite from time to time. Isn’t it amazing how they never seem to get hurt? Of course, unlike in cartoons, real dynamite is a powerful explosive that can be very damaging. What is Dynamite? A chemical explosive is anything that, once ignited, burns …

The Man Behind Indian SpaceProgramme You'll Never Forget

The Man Behind Indian Space Programme: Satish Dhawan

September 25, 2019
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Professor Satish Dhawan was a splendid space scientist who led the Indian space program to remarkable growth and magnificent achievement. A rocket scientist, he was recognized by the Indian scientific community to be the father of experimental fluid dynamics research in India and was one of the most prominent researchers in the area of turbulence and barrier layers. Early Life: Born in Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir on September 25, 1920, into a noble family. His father was a high-ranking civil …

what if we have two suns?

September 22, 2019
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There are sunsets on other planets even more magnificent than the ones on Earth. What if we could see not just one, but two suns falling below the Earth’s horizon? Would our planet get much warmer with two stars heating up? Would we ever reencounter nighttime? Could our binary star system be able to support life? Here’s what would happen if we had two suns. Not all-star systems form around a single star. Binary or multiple star systems appear to be …

Remembering Father of Electricity Michael Faraday

Remembering Father of Electricity Michael Faraday

September 22, 2019
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Michael Faraday is an English physicist and chemist whose many experiments contributed significantly to the understanding of electromagnetism.  Facts about the Father of Electricity He was born on 22nd September 1791 in Newington, Surrey, England. Michael Faraday was an innovative physicist and chemist of the 19th century in Great Britain. Faraday developed or invented many items and methods, including the electric motor, transformer, generator, Faraday cage and many other achievements. Albert Einstein kept a picture of Michel Faraday on his study …

Why do ants walk in a straight line?

July 11, 2019
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Ants live in big colonies, and are highly organized. When an ant identifies some food, it picks a small piece of it, and leaves chemical scents called pheromones along the path, which helps the other ants to reach the source of food. As the ants follow the scents of the pheromones, this make them walk in a straight line. But you know what the ants have different sets of colonies, and each colony has a distinctive set of pheromones. If …

Why do we observe bubbles when we boil water?

July 11, 2019
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Generally, when we heat the water in a bowl, initially we observe the bubbles near the base of the bowl or sides of the bowl. These bubbles are AIR; water has a lot of air dissolved in it. This is what helps the aquatic animals to breath. The solubility of gases decreases when the temperature is raised, and that is why the dissolved air bubbles go out from the water. The molecules of water gain enough energy at their boiling …

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