In my time as a scientist I have learned that there are many sources of Science. Some of the most interesting and well-kept secrets are those that don’t come from textbooks, but rather are found in scientists’ journal articles, conference reports, and books.
Myriads of important discoveries and research has been made by scientists without ever being published in a scientific journal or magazine. Such as a clear understanding of the workings of the universe, or the discovery of microbes within the digestive system.
Digital Photosynthesis: Plants use photosynthesis for energy, to grow, to reproduce, and they need oxygen. They produce oxygen through photosynthesis, and then transfer it into the soil through the process of water vapor. This process, known as Photosynthesis is well described in textbooks, but often misunderstood by students of science.
A concept that has been proven in scientific research and laboratory testing is the concept of the process of Photosynthesis, whereby plants use the sunlight energy for energy production and the metabolism of carbohydrates to convert the oxygen back into energy. The process uses about 20% of the sunlight energy released.
Skin Cancer: Our bodies produce millions of free radicals in response to exposure to environmental chemicals, and some even occur naturally. Sometimes these free radicals can react with other substances in the body and produce the cancer disease known as “skin cancer”. Antioxidants help keep free radicals in check and take the unwanted fragments away from the body.
There are many experiments to be conducted to verify this theory, but the result is that free radicals may be released from molecules containing nitrogen, in the form of gas bubbles. The gaseous bubbles are carried across the skin and enter the bloodstream, where they attach themselves to cell membranes and harm the cell’s ability to function properly. Antioxidants in the blood help push the gas bubbles out of the blood stream and prevent further damage to the cells.
science Technology must evolve with the changes in society. In this fast paced world, science needs to update itself as quickly as the growing technology surrounding the developments. Scientists need to learn how to invent and experiment with new ideas, and to experiment with new combinations of technology.
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