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Fukushima Workers Experienced Psychological Distress Following Meltdown – EHS Today

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[Listen] NASA transforms telescope data on Milky Way galaxy into sound – Times Now

Have you ever imagined how does the Milky Way sound?

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  • This sonification of the Galactic Center is a part of the NASA’s Universe of Learning (UoL) program
  • It allows space enthusiasts to listen to the center of the Milky Way

We have seen images and videos of our Milky Way galaxy captured by telescopes, but now for the first time, NASA (National Aeronautics Space Administration) has provided the opportunity to hear the sound of the centre of the Milky Way with a process of Sonification that translates data into so…

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A mysterious circle in the desert explained by Alan Turing’s theory 70 years ago – haveeruonline

In 1952, Alan Turing tried to change humanity’s understanding of biology.in Breakthrough paper, A British mathematician Turing pattern -The concept that a

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In 1952, Alan Turing tried to change humanity’s understanding of biology.
in Breakthrough paper, A British mathematician Turing pattern -The concept that a stable pattern can be created when the dynamics of a certain uniform system are disturbed.
This’order of turmoil’ became the theoretical basis for all kinds of strange and repetitive motifs found in the natural world.
It was a good theory. In fact, after decades, scientists still Amazing example of it In unusual and exotic places: Real Tur…

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The Origins of Stainless Steel Date Back Almost 1,000 Years Earlier Than We Realised – ScienceAlert

The history of today’s stainless steel industry can be traced back to the early 19th century, when scientists noticed iron-chromium alloys resisted corrosion by certain acids. New research, however, suggests a similar alloy was being developed much

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The history of today’s stainless steel industry can be traced back to the early 19th century, when scientists noticed iron-chromium alloys resisted corrosion by certain acids. New research, however, suggests a similar alloy was being developed much, much earlier than this even as far back as a thousand years ago.
Archaeologists have found what they think is evidence of low-chromium crucible steel in the 11th century in what is now Chahak in Iran, a long time and a long way away from the Europea…

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