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The technology for harnessing neutrino is becoming a reality
The technology for harnessing neutrino is becoming a reality as researchers begin to unravel its secrets. In the foreseeable future, neutrinos transformers may do what solar cells are capable of doing with one big difference – since it is not dependent on sunlight, it can generate energy even in the
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The time has come for a technological revolution
The automobile manufacturer TESLA takes its name from the famous inventor Nikola Tesla, but the connection ends there. Far from being truly innovative, this company produces relatively commonplace electric vehicles using today’s conventional technology, and these vehicles are powered by batteries that must be recharged regularly. Nikola Tesla, on the
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Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein, one of the most famous names in science, was born in Germany and moved throughout Europe during his young life and then later moved to America as a result of Hitler’s rise to power. He was a prodigy in the subjects of math and physics. At the age
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Wolfgang Ernst Pauli
Wolfgang Ernst Pauli was an Austrian-born Swiss theoretical physicist who is one of the founding fathers of modern day quantum physics. He was presented with the Nobel Prize in Physics for his outstanding contributions to the discovery of spin theory. His life and work heavily contributed to advances in theoretical
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STEPHEN HAWKINGS
STEPHEN HAWKINGS: EARTHBOUND SPACE EXPLORER Stephen Hawkings was a stalwart of theoretical physics and cosmology. He rose to popular prominence with his 1988 best-selling book “A Brief History in Time” before he died of ALS on March 14, 2018. His theories on black holes and relativity made him famous in
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Nikola Tesla
Nikola Tesla: The Amazing life of a modern Prometheus If you would, please match the following figures to their respective biographical facts; Albert Einstein, Guglielmo Marconi, Alfred Nobel, Thomas Edison, and Nikola Tesla: • Was able to converse in eight different languages • Manufactured the world’s first motor to run
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Arthur McDonald
Arthur Bruce McDonald was born in Sydney, Nova Scotia on August 29th of 1943 and is a Canadian astrophysicist. He served the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory Collaboration as the director and from 2006 through 2013 he held the Kingston Queen’s University Gordon and Patricia Gray Chair in Ontario for Particle Astrophysics.
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Takaaki Kajita
Takaaki Kajita is one of the 2015 Nobel Prize winners in Physics. He shared the prize with Canadian physicist Arthur B. McDonald. Although they were doing their research in different labs and on separate continents, they both did important and related work in neutrino research. Takaaki Kajita has worked for
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The infinite cosmic Energy field: Neutrino
Holger Thorsten Schubart, CEO of the Neutrino Energy Group, is in total agreement with the United States Department of Energy: „Neutrinos are the energy source of the future.“ Berlin – For decades fossil fuels such as oil, natural gas, and coal have played a positive role in the processes of
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Neutrino experiments look to reveal big answers about how these fundamental particles interact with matter
Except in horror movies, most scientific experiments don’t start with scientists snooping around narrow, deserted hallways. But a tucked-away location in the recesses of the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) provided exactly what Yuri Efremenko was looking for. Efremenko, an ORNL researcher and University of Tennessee
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