Science Facts of November - 2012

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Friday

Question of the Week

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Wednesday

Today’s Science Message

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Monday

Answer for the Question of the Week

To see an object, light rays must come to our eye from the object. Light rays don’t come to our eye from a person in the dark. So we can’t see a man in the dark. But light rays come to our eye from a person in the light. There for we can see a person in the light. 26/11/2013


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Friday

Question of the Week

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Thursday

Today’s Science Message

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Wednesday

Today’s Science Message

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Monday

Answer for the Question of the Week

The reason for this incidence calls torque. It depends on the force and the perpendicular distance from the applicable point. If the torque is high, it reduces the effort of work. When we increase the distance for the applicable point of the force it automatically increase the torque. That’s why it is easy to close a window by pulling the rear side of the window than pulling its hinge.


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Friday

Question of the Week

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Thursday

Today’s Science Message

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Wednesday

Today’s Science Message

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Monday

Answer for the Question of the Week

When the truck moves it impact with air. It will build up static electrical charges on the truck. This can cause sparks which lead to fires and explosions. But the chains at the rear end of the truck help to reduce the buildup static electricity by removing those charges to the earth.


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Friday

Question of the Week

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Thursday

Today’s Science Message

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Wednesday

Today’s Science Message

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Monday

Answer for the Question of the Week

The sky is blue because when sunlight collides with our atmosphere, colours of the shortest wavelengths (violet and blue) are scattered – and our eyes are more sensitive to see blue.


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Friday

Question of the Week

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Thursday

Today’s Science Message