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Are you one of those who stuck in the rat race for quality lifelong education but don't find the hassle of getting stuck in the jam while catching up with the night classes?
If you are one of these people, then perhaps you can benefit from the new age learning environment: E-Learning.
Online learning / e-learning is a type of education which utilizes different form of deliver methods and new multimedia technologies, interaction or facilitation. It doesn't really matter whether it ...more
At least a some researchers believe that Bees use sound especially during swarming to aid in their flight? Could this be possible? One online think tank believes it is and it has been debated and reasoned that the bees are perhaps much more highly evolved than we ever thought possible.
Now then all these swarming insects seem to have something else in common. A double set of wings. One set could be bouncing sound waves or is able to cause a rippling affect on the other to further enhanc ...more
There is a theory floating around out there that in fact Bees use sound waves during swarming and perhaps during normal single insect flight to help with the aerodynamics of their endeavors? Some say this cannot be, yet it surely can as a lot can happen in 400 million years of evolution and Bees have shorter life cycles so consider the possibilities?
Recently in an online think tank a member blew everyone away with the revelation that the bees might be using sound waves as he stated; ...more
Currently, researchers are hoping to alleviate the US's addiction to oil by transforming sawdust and wood chips into bio-oil. This thick black liquid could very well become an environmentally friendly substitute for the majority of our current petroleum products.
Bio-oil can be produced by using almost all organic material, including agricultural and forest wastes like corn stalks and chunks of bark mulch. The process of changing the raw biomass into bio-oil produces a product that is s ...more
It was recently determined that Bees aerodynamically speaking cannot fly. At least using all the known equations for lift, thrust, drag and weight used in the aerodynamic text books so routinely used by aerospace engineers and aircraft designers. But how can this bee possible? Well it seems rather obvious that the bee has evolved to use other strategies to fly.
This issue was recently brought up in an online think tank and discussed between myself and another member and you might find t ...more
Why can't we simply put a bunch of SpaceHab expandables into the Space Shuttle and take them to the Mars to orbit now? But you say the Space Shuttle cannot make it that far? Well sure it can. Simply send a set of rockets up on another set of rockets, once in orbit attach them to the space shuttle and then take the whole thing to Mars; one way. Get some real gung ho risk takers and just go for it. We can do this.
The humans can live in them for about 10-years or so until we get there wit ...more
If we are going to retire the Space Shuttles lets retire them to the moon, not some desert for old airliners or some museum. Lets use them as a refuge on the moon. You know when people build a house they often rent or live in an RV on the property until it is built?
Sounds like a good idea right? Sure it does that is why humans do things like this you see. So why can't we do the same thing with the space shuttle? Take a load of building materials, building robots and tunnel diggers. Tak ...more
Can humans stop locust plagues? Can they stop these devastating swarms of insects from taking out entire years crop yields in minutes. Devastating thousands of square miles of fertile agriculture lands in only a few days? Is there a way?
Do we call in an air strike? Is there an easier method, as these locust swarms can by over 5 miles across and they are not such an easy target to stop? One online think tank recently brought up this issue. Locust Plague researcher Warren Powers has some ...more
Is it possible to use ELF Extremely Low Frequencies to lower the jet stream and blow away locust plagues in North America? Indeed it is possible for jet streams to touch the ground although rare and it is possible that 200 plus mile an hour winds would certainly take care of a swarm of insects.
Perhaps such an ability to lower the jet stream could sway migratory birds with human stains of bird flu to pick another route or be blown off course? We could do this although it might take a l ...more
There has sure been a lot of research on Locust Plagues throughout the world and there is a good reason too. Locust Plagues can wipe out an entire crop in minutes and devastate hundreds and thousands of square miles of agricultural lands.
The problems created by these massive locust swarms has been recorded thru writings in ancient and religious history. But some are now asking how do they do it? How do locust swarms fly hundreds and hundreds of miles over water without stopping, landin ...more