Most of you guys have heard about Moore’s law by now. It is the observation that the number of transistors in circuits doubles roughly every two years, thus, increasing the power of our devices. Is this phenomenon grinding to a halt and can we do anything about that?
First theorized in 1916, the existence of gravitational waves is upending the world’s understanding of physics, and now after two massive black holes collided nearly 2 billion light years from Earth, astronomers from the LIGO observatory in Washington have detected some of those ripples in the fabric of space-time.
Radio waves are a kind of electromagnetic wave, as are microwaves, infrared, X-rays, and gamma-rays. The known use of radio waves is for communication; TV, cellphones, and radios all receive radio waves, and turn them into mechanical vibrations within the speaker to crate sound waves that can be heard.
Around the world, renewable energy use is on the rise and these alternative energy sources could hold the key to combating climate change.
Without a doubt we can say that nobody remembers their first hiccup, well, that is because it happened before you were born. ( We are not even kidding, it’s actually really common for fetuses to have hiccups. )
Migration is a term that is most commonly used to describe how large groups of animals move from one place to another. Migrations are associated with a change in living conditions that affect the individual stages of animal development.