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Zitel Aneke
Nigeria, 2 months ago

Science
What is the chemical name for water?

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DicksonG, 2 months ago

Hydrogen Di-oxide (H20)

Miracle, 2 months ago

H2O

Jemmyjay, 2 months ago

Hydrogen Di Oxide

Tony, 2 months ago

H20

Faith, 2 months ago

H2O

Stephie, 2 months ago

H20

Miracle Afolayan
Nigeria, 4 months ago

The speed of light in a vacuum is approximately 299,792,458 meters per second (or about 186,282 miles per second). This fundamental constant is a cornerstone of modern physics and plays a crucial role in our understanding of the universe.

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Faith, 4 months ago

Thanks

Doris, 4 months ago

Nice

Onyekachi Okeke
Abia, 5 months ago

Science
The science of today is the technology of tomorrow

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John Obi
Nigeria, 5 months ago

These 2 Laws Control What You Do

We live in a world governed by laws.The behaviors exhibited by all living and non-living things are a product of laws.Unfortunately, so many people are ignorant of this fact.As a result, they are in the dark as to how the universe works.They cannot explain why… Load more

We live in a world governed by laws.The behaviors exhibited by all living and non-living things are a product of laws.Unfortunately, so many people are ignorant of this fact.As a result, they are in the dark as to how the universe works.They cannot explain why certain things happen to them.For this reason, this article shall be unraveling some of these tested laws.

In the following lines are highlighted 4 basic laws which apply to life:

1.The Law of Attraction:
The most well-known universal law out of all 12 is the Law of Attraction. From the words you speak to your beliefs, you attract everything in your life through energy. You can even attract people into your life who have the same energy frequency as you.You can as well attract negative circumstances to yourself.

2.The Law of Compensation
This law is like an extension of the Law of Cause and Effect, and it means that what you put out is what you'll get back in abundance.This is more like what goes around, comes around.

If you weigh your daily activities by these laws you might be sure to discover more truths about your life.

Thanks for reading.

Please share your thoughts on this article with me in the comment section.



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Ignatius, 5 months ago

Okay

Tinacapella, 5 months ago

Hmmm

Presh, 5 months ago

Nice

Doris, 5 months ago

Good

John Obi
Nigeria, 5 months ago

General Knowledge

'Science' is one of those words which has gained practically the widest popularity in the universe.This is of course not a surprise as it is a tool which drives global revolution today. Overtime, science which used to be a subset of philosophy has carved out… Load more

'Science' is one of those words which has gained practically the widest popularity in the universe.This is of course not a surprise as it is a tool which drives global revolution today.

Overtime, science which used to be a subset of philosophy has carved out her own peculiar boundaries,scope and method of research, making the ' research-oriented activity' uniquely different from philosophy.

Reliable studies have confirmed that one characteristics which makes science special and better is the objectivity, practicality and pragmatism involved in its method of verification of research inferences and establishment of hypotheses, theories and laws.

Today, virtually every man-made object found on the face of the earth is a product of science.In fact, global development or degradation is a question of breakthroughs in scientific discoveries.

However, it is important to state here that all forms of science originated from philosophy.Hence, philosophy is also known as the 'Mother of all Sciences '.

The merits of science over it's demerits today remains a question of controversy.While, some scholars are of the opinion that science does more harm than good to the world, many others are on the contrary.That being said, science remains the bed rock of globalization.

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Macdonald, 5 months ago

Science and technology ⚙

Faith, 5 months ago

Thank you

Amaka, 5 months ago

Science does more good than harm

Doris, 5 months ago

Good

Onyekachi Okeke
Abia, 5 months ago

MOTIVATION
Everything is theoretically impossible, until it is done

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Ignatius, 5 months ago

@Faith sometimes you might see things as impossible to do them but when you decide to do it you will find out that it is possible

Faith, 5 months ago

Everything?how

Doris, 5 months ago

Good

Dee Ezeh
Lagos, 6 months ago

AI

WHAT IS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI)? Artificial intelligence is the application of computer science and complex data algorithms to create human-like behaviors in machines. While the term was coined in 1956, AI has since advanced by leaps and bounds thanks to advanced algorithms, increased data volumes,… Load more

WHAT IS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI)?
Artificial intelligence is the application of computer science and complex data algorithms to create human-like behaviors in machines. While the term was coined in 1956, AI has since advanced by leaps and bounds thanks to advanced algorithms, increased data volumes, and improvements in computing power and technology.

In the 1950s, early AI research delved into topics such as problem-solving and symbolic methods. Ten years later, the U.S. Department of Defense expressed interest in the concept and began to train computers to mimic basic human reasoning. By 2003, intelligent personal assistants were produced long before Siri or Alexa were introduced.

Popular examples of artificial intelligence include AI autopilots on commercial flights, spam filters, mobile check deposits, and voice-to-text features on mobile devices.

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Amaka, 6 months ago

Thanks for the update

Ignatius, 6 months ago

Nice

Faith, 6 months ago

Thank you

Macdonald Udeze
Lagos, 6 months ago

More on microscopy

microscopy is a really important tool for psychologists. It helps us see super tiny things, like cells and molecules, which are too small to see with our eyes alone. This helps us understand how the brain works and why we behave the way we do.… Load more

microscopy is a really important tool for psychologists. It helps us see super tiny things, like cells and molecules, which are too small to see with our eyes alone. This helps us understand how the brain works and why we behave the way we do.

As we move forward, microscopy keeps being a big part of our exploration. It's getting even better at showing us tinier details, and it's teaming up with fancy technologies like computers that learn things. This teamwork helps us find new stuff and learn more about the mind and behavior.

So, in a big nutshell, microscopy is like our super tiny detective helping us discover the secrets of the mind. And as science and technology grow, it's going to keep showing us amazing things we never knew before.

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Presh, 6 months ago

Nice

Faith, 6 months ago

Thank you

Macdonald Udeze
Lagos, 6 months ago

Definition of Microscopy

Microscopy is a scientific technique that involves the use of microscopes to observe and study objects that are too small to be seen with the naked eye. It enables the visualization of intricate details, structures, and phenomena at the microscopic level, which is essential for… Load more

Microscopy is a scientific technique that involves the use of microscopes to observe and study objects that are too small to be seen with the naked eye. It enables the visualization of intricate details, structures, and phenomena at the microscopic level, which is essential for understanding the world around us.

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Tinacapella, 6 months ago

Nice

Faith, 6 months ago

That's cool

Ignatius, 6 months ago

Okay

Doris, 6 months ago

Wow

Fatima, 6 months ago

Science wahala

Scott Koge
J, 6 months ago

Science
the systematic study of the structure and behaviour of the physical and natural world through observation, experimentation, and the testing of theories against the evidence obtained.

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Macdonald, 6 months ago

Science and technology ⚙

Stephie, 6 months ago

True

Ignatius, 6 months ago

True

Faith, 6 months ago

That's right

Sagir Ibrahim
Niger, 6 months ago

WHY do we see twinkling stars?

It happens due to the fact that their light, as it flows through the atmosphere, passes through layers with different densities. The refraction is varied, with the layers of air constantly moving in relation to each other. When the starlight moves from a lower-density layer… Load more


It happens due to the fact that their light, as it flows through the atmosphere, passes through layers with different densities. The refraction is varied, with the layers of air constantly moving in relation to each other.

When the starlight moves from a lower-density layer to a higher-density one, it begins to flicker.

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Amaka, 6 months ago

Twinkle twinkle little star

Stephie, 6 months ago

Okay

Ignatius, 6 months ago

Okay

Faith, 6 months ago

Science I don't understand

Ebuka, 6 months ago

No evidence

Macdonald, 6 months ago

You go explain tire

Macdonald Udeze
Lagos, 8 months ago

devil's copper

Nickel was discovered by Axel Fredrik Cronstedt, a Swedish chemist, in 1751. Cronstedt isolated the metal from a mineral called niccolite and named it "nickel" after the German word "kupfernickel," which means "devil's copper." Initially, nickel was considered a worthless material due to its resistance… Load more

Nickel was discovered by Axel Fredrik Cronstedt, a Swedish chemist, in 1751. Cronstedt isolated the metal from a mineral called niccolite and named it "nickel" after the German word "kupfernickel," which means "devil's copper." Initially, nickel was considered a worthless material due to its resistance to corrosion and difficulty in smelting. However, over time, its useful properties and various applications, such as in alloys and plating, led to its recognition and industrial significance.

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Saila, 7 months ago

Very insightful

Ebuka, 7 months ago

This name strong oh. Remembering periodic tables

Divine Odinakachi
Lagos, 8 months ago

Facts
Did u know that the human brain shape changes for every new thing learned

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Saila, 8 months ago

Hope we will not get oversized brain

Macdonald, 8 months ago

But the shape of our head does not change too.

Nicky, 8 months ago

Hmm! We learn everyday.

Macdonald Udeze
Lagos, 8 months ago

One scary fact about the deepest part of the ocean

Bumped into a thread on twitter today and I was wowed. I decided to do a little research and I was more wowed. One scary fact about the deepest part of the ocean, known as the hadal zone, is the extreme pressure that exists at… Load more

Bumped into a thread on twitter today and I was wowed. I decided to do a little research and I was more wowed.
One scary fact about the deepest part of the ocean, known as the hadal zone, is the extreme pressure that exists at those depths. The pressure can reach over 1,000 times the atmospheric pressure at sea level. This intense pressure makes it a hostile environment for most living organisms.

Another scary aspect is the eerie and alien-like creatures that inhabit these depths. Some of these deep-sea creatures have evolved unique adaptations to survive in the extreme conditions, such as bioluminescence, elongated jaws, and large, sharp teeth. The anglerfish, for example, possesses a bioluminescent lure to attract prey in the darkness, and its appearance can be quite unsettling.

Additionally, the deep-sea environment is home to giant isopods, which are crustaceans that resemble oversized pill bugs. These creatures can grow up to 14 inches long and have a rather unsettling appearance, with their armored exoskeleton and numerous legs.

The deep-sea anglerfish and giant isopods are just a couple of examples of the bizarre and intimidating creatures that reside in the darkest depths of the ocean. Exploring and studying these creatures can be both fascinating and chilling, as they represent a realm that is still largely mysterious and unexplored by humans.

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Ebuka, 7 months ago

Person fit burst for under water

Macdonald, 8 months ago

@playUp am glad you liked it

PlayUp, 8 months ago

Thank you for expanding our curiosity.

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