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ROCS-Net: EPA’s Regional/ORD Community of Science Networking Program

January 12, 2020 at 6:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

The whole idea behind ROCS-Net is really building relationships. We bring together scientists in the EPA’s Office of Research and Development along with scientists in our regional offices and states. And the main idea is really building connections. When state scientists have the ability to visit EPA research laboratories and make with and have discussions

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“ROCS-Net: EPA’s Regional/ORD Community of Science Networking Program”

Could a Dyson Sphere Harness the Full Power of the Sun?

January 11, 2020 at 6:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

The Sun produces more energy than we can can comprehend. Its core reaches a predicted temperature of 15 million degrees Celsius or roughly the same temperature as an exploding hydrogen bomb. This is the scorching section of the Sun where nuclear fusion occurs. The process releases massive amounts of energy which eventually makes its way

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“Could a Dyson Sphere Harness the Full Power of the Sun?”

Why Do We Cough?

January 10, 2020 at 9:16 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

A cough is an important reflex that helps protect your airways and lungs. Anything from fumes, dust, smoke, pollen, medication, or having a lung disease like asthma or COPD, may activate this reflex. Your throat and airways are equipped with cough receptors as well as a thin layer of mucus that coats and protects your

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“Why Do We Cough?”

Michael Duyzend – Developing a culture of constructive criticism

at 7:16 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

greetings i’m Michael Duyzend, a resident physician in pediatrics and medical genetics at Boston Children’s Hospital and a guest editor for The Journal of Pediatrics. I’d like to touch upon two questions regarding peer review today first why is peer review important? Peer review is important for many reasons but I’d like to touch upon

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“Michael Duyzend – Developing a culture of constructive criticism”

Idealism: The Bridge Between Science and Religion. Episode 2 Origins

January 9, 2020 at 4:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

In the late autumn of 1924 the young Heisenberg was hiking in the mountains around Lake Achen in Austria with some friends. The mountains were veiled in a thick cover of clouds. During their climb the mist from the clouds enveloped them So thoroughly that they couldn’t see where they were going and lost sight

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“Idealism: The Bridge Between Science and Religion. Episode 2 Origins”

HPSC0022 – Science and Religion

January 8, 2020 at 5:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

I’m Bill MacLehose, I’m the instructor for HPSC0022, which is Science and Religion. Science and Religion is a module that addresses this long-standing idea that there’s a conflict between these two things, that which we call science on the one hand, and what we call religion on the other, and historically speaking, actually, that’s not

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“HPSC0022 – Science and Religion”

Time Travel

January 5, 2020 at 6:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

This episode is sponsored by Skillshare I had a really good time travel joke to start the episode with, but it turned out none of you liked it. So today we start off our sixth year here on Science and Futurism with Isaac Arthur, and I am your host, Isaac Arthur. As we travel from

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“Time Travel”