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Advanced Combat Robot

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Want to be a pilot a giant robot like in the movies?It seems now thatdesire can be realized.A company in Japan to create a giantrobot that can be controlled by the people in it.

Suidobashi HeavyIndustry Company based in Tokyo,creating a large-sized robot named Kuratas.Shaped like a robot combat is frightening.

And indeed this robot has advanced weaponssystem that is claimed to be firing 6000 rounds per minute.Pilots who are in it to control such weapons. Continue reading

AIRCRAFT AND ITS HISTORY

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Everyone must know about airplanes, and even may have often boarded the plane for traveling. To add to the knowledge of the aircraft, please read this article:

The Wright brothers (Wright brothers), Orville, who was born on August 19, 1871 and died on 30 January 1948 and then his brother Wilbur, who was born on April 16 in 1867 and died 30 May 1912 are the two Americans who recorded the world as the inventor of the airplane because they managed to build a plane which first flew successfully flown and controlled by humans on December 17, 1903. Two years after their discovery, the two brothers developed the ‘glyph’ them to form aircraft taking wing as we now know it.

Although they are not the person who first made a trial or experimental aircraft, the Wright brothers were the first to discover control of the aircraft so that aircraft with wings attached rigid control.

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ASTRONAUTS CLOTHING TECHNOLOGY

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You’ll often see the astronauts from your television, but did you know the astronauts clothes made of any material and useĀ for the astronauts themselves, following his review:

As we know, the workplace astronaut is in space. There is no atmosphere, so that astronauts face the threat of harmful radiation from the sun. The radiation is not filtered by the atmosphere like when the earth. Therefore, astronaut suits designed to prevent the harmful radiation “touched” the astronaut’s body.

Each ingredient has a specific response to radiation. For example, if an ingredient is reflecting red radiation (wavelength 620-750 nm) and absorb other radiation, then the material will look red to our eyes. The same principle applies to other colors such as yellow (wavelengths 570-590 nm), green (495-570 nm wavelength), and blue (wavelength 450-495 nm).

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HISTORY FIRST ROCKET

 

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Did you know that the rocket first created in China? Perhaps many of us who do not know this, the following review:

The first rocket was made in China in the 13th century. Since the beginning in China, the rocket was used as firecrackers / fireworks that can shot into the air to form a giant fireworks in the sky. Later developed into a rocket firecrackers and used as a means to carry payloads with the aim of war and peace.

At times of war, fireworks changed into a means launcher to fire arrows. This weapon is used among others China or Chin Tartar army to repel the attacks of the nation of Mongolia led by Kai Feng Fu in 1232.
Through the trade channel, knowledge of the manufacture of firecrackers to India and even to the western nations. Firecrackers in the hands of western nations developed into a rocket through a series of studies over the five centuries that since the 13th century until the 18th. Rocket name comes from the Italian Rocchetta (ie small fuse), the name of a small firecracker that was created by the Italian artificer Muratori in 1379.

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ATOM AND HISTORY his invention

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During school we’ve learned about atoms and their use in life, be it for good or as weapons of mass destruction. And what about the history of the discovery of the atom itself, I am sure there are many people who do not know, here’s his review:

The development of atomic structure was donated by many scientists. Chronology of the atomic structure revealed the discovery of atomic particles and their arrangement in the atom.

Atoms are the building blocks of all matter. An atom consists of three particles – neutrons (no charge), protons (positively charged) and electrons (negatively charged). The number of protons present in the atom is called the atomic number, while the mass of the atom is the number of protons plus the average number of neutrons. Each different elements found in nature differ in the number of third-atomic particles. In general, atomic number used to define an element, for example, an element with atomic number 8 is oxygen and vice versa. An element has a fixed number of protons, but can have varying numbers of neutrons. Atoms with different numbers of neutrons are called as isotopes.

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HISTORY OF CARS AND usefulness

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In the days of fast-paced, people are required to move quickly from one place to another to achieve the goal. This makes the man thought to be creating a vehicle that can help people to berpndah from one place to another quickly, were created the car, but do you know the history of the discovery of the car? This article will discuss the history of the invention of the automobile:

Car * which was first discovered in the world is a car with steam power in 1801 developed by Cugnot. Inspiring the development of this first car by Cugnot is from a carriage fitted with tires. Over time finally found the history of the first car in the world was followed by a British citizen named Richard Trevithick. And finally steam-powered car with progressing more rapidly again when it passed again in Brimingham, England by the Lunar Society.

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DISCOVERY OF NUCLEAR AND BENEFITS

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Do you know about the history of Nuclear created? I am sure there are those who do not know. Most people will immediately think of a deadly weapon ketka hear the word nulkir, whereas Nuclear many potential uses for the advancement of technology, the following review:

In 1934 a scientist named Enrico Fermi conducted experiments in Rome which proves that neutrons can break some kind of atom.
In 1938 the German scientist Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassman firing neutrons of the elements radium and beryllium to uranium he was surprised to find the lighter elements such as barium in the remaining ingredients.

Prior to publish their discoveries contact Lise Meitner in Copenhagen who also worked on Neil Bohr and Otto R. Frisch. When Meitner perform the experiments he found that the results of the reaction mass of the reaction product is less than the mass of uranium that is used. Meitner then use Einstein’s theory that menyebutan mass turns into energy.

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SUBMARINE HISTORY AND periscope

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Did you ever ride a submarine? Perhaps most have not, just like me. But do you know the history of the submarine and periscope? Here is his review:

In about 1578, William Bource, a mathematician from the UK, to design a shape of a submarine. These ships are small and tightly closed. The material is made of wood covered with a type of skin and does not penetrate the water. Wow, who would have thought with simple materials that can be made submarine.

Around 1620, Cornelius van Drebbel of the Netherlands is regarded as the first to make the submarine and successfully launch it. Actually, the concept of the framework is still the same submarine with artificial Willian Bource. Submarine Cornelius still using wood and leather-coated exterior use oil paint lubricated to be water resistant. The submarine is also enough for one person only.

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MICROSCOPE AND ITS HISTORY

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During school you may often use a microscope in a lab school to see objects that are very small in size which can not be seen by the eye, but do you know the history of the microscope?

The microscope is an optical instrument that can be used to see or observe objects that have a very small size. The microscope was first discovered in 1590 by Zacharias Jansen. Through the invention of this microscope, everyone can see objects that are very small.

Along with the advancement of technology, in 1665 a British scientist named Robert Hooke designed the compound microscope and has its own light source. Robert Hooke’s microscope design has the capability of objects up to 30 times magnification. Homemade through a microscope, Robert Hooke can find a cell on a wooden cork observed.

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HISTORY OF A TELESCOPE

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I am sure you must know and never use a telescope to see objects far away or to see bulan (moon) or planets in outer space. But do you know who the first inventor of the telescope in the world? Here is his review:

Did you know that the first telescope was made in 1608 by the Dutch named Has Lippershey. The telescope has two lenses that refract light and make distant objects appear very close.

It was not until a year later, a man named Galileo Galilei used a telescope that is similar to study bulan (moon).Teleskop Galileo’s first telescope was not found. Before Galileo, many researchers have claimed that he was the inventor of the telescope. Even so, the telescope Galileo is a better tool than modifications made by the refraction telescope berkebangsaaan the Netherlands, Hans Lippershey.

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