Category: Science

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Learning Science through Comic Books, A List

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Reading textbooks gives me scary flashbacks of my days as an undergraduate (about 2 weeks ago). I did a little research on the internet and supposedly …

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When does the breaking of chemical bonds release energy?

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In chemistry, the chemical bond is the force, keeping the atoms together in molecules or crystals. The formation of chemical bonds between elements to form molecules …

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How I became a programmer!

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In this article, I will share my story, from a gamer to a game developer. The process of finding knowledge on the internet to learn how …

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Building a Fluid One Chunk At A Time

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I went to the Sharcnet GPU and Cell Computing Symposium at my university last week. One of the keynote speakers, Dr. Paul Woodward, pretty much blew …

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Making Errors Work For You

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The trials and tribulations of uncertainty run deep in the hearts of experimentalists. From our biased human minds, to the imprecision of our measurement devices, to …

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Fluid Integration into the Step GUI

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It’s about time I popped this bubble of silence. I’ve been working hard on two programming projects this summer, namely my Google Summer of Code project …

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Three Aspects of a Great Fluid Simulation

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GSOC has finally come to a close. It seems like yesterday when I was blogging on here, young and foolish about the complexity of my project. …

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Awkward Science Stock Photography

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Most of my blogging time is dedicated to my hit image blog Fresh Photons these days, but I recently came across this great image above on a …

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Visual Guide to Science Museums in Paris

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There’s a great book called The Geek Atlas: 128 Places Where Science and Technology Come Alive, a list of nerdy tourist attractions around the globe. I heaven’t …

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The Scientific Process Through Stock Photography

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Stock photography offers a candid look at the essence of any “keyword” through the eyes of the general public. Given the renewed interest in my original …