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Faraday, Edison and Tesla| Makers of the modern world

Tribute to the pioneers of the modern world.

Countries tend to put important people on their banknotes and the UK celebrating Michael Faraday is justified – as the father of electro-magnetism, inventor to the dynamo and electric motor. 293 more words


Coffee Shop Thwarts WiFi

Coffee shops have long struggled with issues of customers taking up table space while abusing access to the shop’s WiFi. Some shops no longer offer WiFi, while others ban phones and computers. 89 more words

Coffee Is All Around!


         The traditional positivistic picture of science is one that is derived from a traditional positivistic epistemology. The epistemology says that we have sense impressions, these sense impressions are momentary consciousness events that are always passive and are in a modality. 917 more words

Philosophy & The Finer Things

Radiation - 1.1 CRT



  • Cathode Ray Tube description
  • Electric discharge tests by Faraday
  • Development of Battery by Volta
  • Development of Vacuum pump
  • Characteristics of Cathode rays

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Michael Faraday Quote Nothing is too wonderful to be

Patterns for Mens bronze suits are limited to solids. In man brown suit avoid chalk stripe, beaded-stripe, multi stripe. If you want to buy a patterned suit, check whether the stripes match up to each other at the suits seams. 289 more words

Day 10: Classical Physics, Telegraphy, and the Engine

We start today with the first midterm!! Now’s your chance to show what you’ve got, do your mental gymnastics, rule the roost, and all of those other good things. 115 more words

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Who Couldn't Use a Faraday Cage? (Plus How to Make One) / BePrepared

Who Couldn’t Use a Faraday Cage? (Plus How to Make One) / BePrepared.


A Faraday cage, also known as a Faraday shield, Radio Frequency Cage, or EMF (Electromotive Force) Cage, is simply an enclosure built to protect electronic devices from electromagnetic radiation and electrostatic discharges. 1,426 more words