Posts by tag: science

Eco Friendly November 7, 2018 posted by

Molecular Solar Thermal Energy Storage – store the summer’s heat for winter

You know the drill, you complain about the heat all summer but then as soon as the cold weather hits, you complain about that. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was some way to store that delicious summer heat for when you really need it, like the dead of winter. Science thought so too! Molecular Solar Thermal Energy Storage (MOST) saves heat for a cold day.

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Molecular Solar Thermal Energy Storage – store the summer’s heat for winter
Free Software December 7, 2017 posted by

Luna – keep track of what’s going on in space with this app

Space, the final frontier with galaxies far, far away. Space is interesting and cool. Even if watching the skies isn’t one of your major hobbies, chances are you don’t scoff at the chance to check out a meteor shower or eclipse not to mention a shuttle launch. If you want to keep up on the happenings so you don’t miss anything neat that’s going down in the heavens, check out Luna, the app that keeps you up to date on…

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Luna – keep track of what’s going on in space with this app
Fun & Games November 29, 2016 posted by

NSATMF Lab – this fun website will teach you a thing or two about the world

The world works in mysterious ways. Well, not really, maybe in 1690 it was mysterious but science has pretty much gotten a handle on how things happen on this great blue ball and beyond. Still, some of these concepts may be challenging to explain. The National Science and Technology Medals Foundation: Labs has three fun “experiments” you can use to waste some time learning.

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NSATMF Lab – this fun website will teach you a thing or two about the world