A Better World Through Nanotechnology And Reverse Engineering

First envisioned by physicist Richard Feynman in the late 1950s, the concept of nanotechnology originally referred to the capability of building, constructing, or manufacturing things with ultraprecision from the bottom atomic level, up to the macro-level.

Today, nanotechnology refers to the engineering of functioning systems on a nanoscale – an extremely small scale measuring about 1 to 100 nanometers wherein 1 nanometer is equivalent to 1 billionth of a meter. Nanotechnology involves seeing, analyzing, and manipulating of molecules and atoms to understand structures better and make improvements based on the information gathered.

Sometimes referred to as general-purpose technology, nanotechnology can affect almost all aspects of life as we know it. Ideally, it can provide us with more efficient products, structures, and systems for use in the field of medicine, electronics, science, transportation, communications, agriculture, and other commercial industries.

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The Blob’ Causing Extreme Weather Anomalies in the Pacific

A mass of warm water known as “The blob’ has been causing weather anomalies in the Pacific coast of the US for over a year now, and scientists are still stumped as to the blob’s origin. Spanning one thousand miles across and measuring three hundred feet deep, the blob has been persisting off of the West coast since the Fall of 2013. The warmer air coming from the Pacific has been blamed for the arid conditions in California, as well as the wildfire situation in the Pacific Northwest—the first wildfires in that area in recorded history. It is not only to blame for the weather anomalies in the West coast; it has been causing the cold downpours affecting the East as well.

The origin of the blob is a source of debate. One study concluded the weather anomaly occurred as a high-pressure ridge calmed the waters of the Pacific, causing less winter cooling. Other sources have even tried to blame radiation from Fukushima for the event. Whatever the cause, the effects have been staggering.

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Physics as an Earth Science

Physics is one of the earth sciences that are related to nature and the universe where mankind lives. It is an interesting and exciting discipline because it helps people to become effective problem-solvers. Besides, it has enabled mankind to develop an analytical understanding of things. In fact, everything that happens in the world is by the grace of physics. From growth of trees to the cold and warm breeze we experience, falling of rain to snow fall, sun shining to glacial activity , exciting eclipses to floating of ships , the flying birds to the rainbow high in the sky can only be explained by physics.

The major fields of physics include mechanics, optics, electromagnetism, and thermodynamics.

Physics explains key concepts regarding the behavior of nature. The many theories and models that explain these concepts is what are referred to as physical sciences.

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Energetic Vortexes and MicroBlack Holes Metaphysics

Energetic vortexes are defined as places with a high level of energy concentration. Such energy emanates from spiritual and magnetic sources. Sometimes it isn’t even known where the energy comes from. In addition, such energy areas are regarded as gateways that lead to other realms.

Tracing Energetic Vortexes
These forces are said to exist in areas of anomalies in gravitational dimensions. Such anomalies consequently lead to changes in the laws of physics as we know them. These changes include defying gravity, scaring animals, bending light, contorting plants into unusual shapes and even influencing human feeling strangely. Encore scientists have established that most vortexes are very strong at node point intersections and that they are linked to Ley lines. The best and known examples of vortexes are the Egyptian pyramids and the Stonehenge found in England. Gogg and Maggog Hills are also vortex areas although they are not as widely known.

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