Science Facts of June - 2013

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Friday

Question of the Week

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Wednesday

Today’s Science Message

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Tuesday

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Monday

Answer for the Question of the Week

Normal glass has a little bit of iron oxide in it, and this iron adds the greenish tint to the glass. Iron oxide inside 6 inches or more of glass is needed to give the greenish tint. We only see this in the edge because, when we look through the glass edge, we are looking through inches of glass.


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Friday

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Thursday

Today’s Science Message

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Wednesday

Today’s Science Message

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Tuesday

Today’s Science Message

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Monday

Answer for the Question of the Week

Dynamo and the lamp actually need two wires to connect each other. One wire connects them directly and we use the bicycle frame to replace the other wire. As the frame is metallic, it carries the current and completes the circuit.


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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

Research shows mothers are the most quizzed people in the UK.(Nearly 300 questions asked from them per day)
And the study discovered girls aged four are the most curious, asking an incredible 390 questions per day.


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Tuesday

Today’s Science Message

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Monday

Answer for the Question of the Week

Since haemoglobin is our respiratory pigment, blood is red.We see veins in blue colour due an effect of light. Some colours of the white light cannot penetrate through our skin as their frequencies are shorter. But colours with large frequencies such as Blue can penetrate through our skin .Blue light reaches veins and reflects back across the skin. This blue light hits the veins and reflects back.This reflected light gives us an impression that veins are blue in colour. So, your veins may look blue, but remember when it bleeds it is red even though veins appear in blue.


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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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Tuesday

Today’s Science Message

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Monday

Answer for the Question of the Week

Finger nails are located closer to the heart than toe nails.Therefore finger nails receive a better blood circulation along with oxygen and nutrients. This helps them to grow faster than toe nails.