Chemistry makes for some great poetic inspiration.
Honestly? Twelvyy is like four for four with these 12 joints b. This album is shaping up to be fire. Check out the latest, “Periodic Table” below, and look for the album to drop on August 8th. That artwork is heat too by the way. Previously: A$AP Twelvyy ft. A$AP Rocky – Diamonds The post ASAP Twelvyy – Periodic Table appeared first on Nah Right.
Science is awesome and Boeing software engineer Keith Enevoldsen wanted to make that more apparent to anyone whose eye glazed over in school the moment they saw the Periodic Table of Elements brought out. Enevoldsen updated the illustrated the period table to include demonstrate how each element on the table affects our everyday lives. Show More Summary
How do gallium and tantalum influence your daily life? Quite a bit, it turns out. Gallium is a component of light-emitting diodes, or LEDs, while tantalum can be found in mobile phones. Boeing software engineer Keith Enevoldsen designed...Show More Summary
Overpriced pads and tampons are one reason Indigenous girls miss school during their periods: working toilets and broad community shame are also problems In February this year, the Turnbull government tabled yet another underwhelming Closing the Gap report. Show More Summary
bookofwonders: The Periodic Table of Guinea Pigs (abbreviated). The next time you aren’t sure if you’re looking at a guinea pig or a toupee just remember that, according to the Periodic Table of Guinea Pigs, a toupee is a breed of guinea pig. We knew it!
Original costumes from The Wizard of Oz and The Princess Bride, the Back to the Future Hoverboards, a wall of space guns, a periodic table of magic...you can find them all at the MoPOP in Seattle. The post 23 Reasons Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture Is a Hidden Gem of Geekdom appeared first on Geek.com.
We're made of star stuff, as Carl Sagan once said. Even wilder, elements heavier than iron on the periodic table mostly come from the remnants of exploding stars, or supernovae. And what better way to explain our connectedness to these explosions than with the sounds of stars themselves? More »
AU_79 stands for “gold” on the periodic table of elements, so it’s only right that DJ/producer duo GLD jack it for the title of their debut EP. But there’s no unnecessary gloss on these records, just filthy bass drops, metal-worthy riffs and pure, untamed energy. Show More Summary
Do you like a side serving of science with your SEO content tips? If so, Search Engine Land’s periodic table of SEO success factors makes for an interesting read. It’s not so much science, more SEO tips presented in a ‘sciencey’ kind...Show More Summary
Even if your retirement is years away, it's a good idea to periodically check in on your Social Security benefits.
Emma Stokes’ book of cocktail recipes organizes the drinks by their chemical composition – or at least what their primary liquor component is. Perfect for science geeks who like their booze, there’s also a version for oenophiles by wine expert Sara Rowlands.
I sat up on the exam table, my husband next to me. Our doctor turned her back on us and asked for the date of my last period. With her calendar wheel in hand, she turned around and pronounced that May 30th would be my due date. Excitement filled my body. Show More Summary
A new tool at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) will be taking on some of the periodic table's latest heavyweight champions to see how their masses measure up to predictions.
Periodic Stats is a dead-easy web-based Periodic Table to click around, showing all the stats and the history of each element. The only thing missing are illustrations of each one! [via Reddit]
Chemistry has broken the spirits of many struggling high-schoolers and university students alike, but there might be a handy tool that can finally guide you through the various elements and help you swiftly get the hang of the much-dreaded periodic table. Show More Summary
Element 118 has been named oganesson in honour of nuclear physicist Yuri Oganessian. Only 17 people have joined this exclusive club, and often not without a fight
Russian physicist Yuri Oganessian has had new element 118 named after him, and he says the superheavy stuff could send shock waves through the atomic world
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