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Early Nuclear Safety Posters Are Perky and Disturbing

Early Nuclear Safety Posters Are Perky and Disturbing | astronomy,astrophysics,physics,science | Scoop.it
These Radiation Protection posters were produced at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the late 1940s, where the most of the work was done on the Manhattan Project.

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QuizMePhysics - Daily physics questions. Tweet me your answers and I will let you know how you did! | Wisr

QuizMePhysics - Daily physics questions. Tweet me your answers and I will let you know how you did! | Wisr | astronomy,astrophysics,physics,science | Scoop.it
Wisr teaches anything from Chemistry to Algebra through Twitter/chat/SMS/email. Learn by answering questions in the communication channel where you are most comfortable. (T/F: The slope of an acceleration-time graph is displacement.
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How To Conquer Your Fears And Live A More Courageous Life

How To Conquer Your Fears And Live A More Courageous Life | astronomy,astrophysics,physics,science | Scoop.it
Aristotle believed courage to be the most important quality in a man. “Courage is the first of human virtues because it makes all others possible," he wrote.
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APOD: 2008 September 22 - Equinox: The Sun from Solstice to Solstice

APOD: 2008 September 22 - Equinox: The Sun from Solstice to Solstice | astronomy,astrophysics,physics,science | Scoop.it
A different astronomy and space science related image is featured each day, along with a brief explanation. (Astronomy Picture of the Day 22 September 2008 - today is the Spring equinox (Autumnal in the Northern Hemisphere).
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Saturn's moon Titan reveals how life on Earth evolved 3.5 billion years ago

WASHINGTON: A researcher has claimed that glimpses of the events, which nurtured life on Earth, more than 3.5 billion years ago are coming from Saturn's moon, Titan, 1 billion miles away. Jonathan...
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