New findings remove major barriers to conception

There are many obstacles that need to be overcome before quantum computers become mainstream. However, UNSW in Sydney’s new technology to control millions of spin qubits goes even further. The team’s latest research has been published in Science Advances. He claims to have solved one of the main obstacles to …

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The weirdest inventions of scuba diving

This video of the week is from the Simply Scuba team. For most normal people, scuba diving equipment is already quite strange, or at least unusual for them. They would describe pipes and fins and a tank, but over the years divers have made some pretty weird inventions. Remember when …

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Sentai Filmworks takes off with Lupine part three 6

Sentai Filmworks announces plans to release Lupine the 3rd Part 6, the latest installment in the long-running Lupine III anime franchise. 2021 has been declared “Year of Lupine”, and to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the franchise, Sentai Filmworks has announced that Lupine the 3rd part 6 will be available …

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The concept of chemical elements

Through Robert M. Hazen, Ph.D., George Mason University The nature of the chemical elements themselves is very complicated. Long before the existence of atoms was proven, there were still chemical researchers around the world looking for useful compounds. And some of the substances they found seemed more basic than others. …

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Comment: One thing leads to another | Previous lake opinion

Most of us have heard or read the phrase, “One thing leads to another. There is even a song on this theme. It’s about the history and the connections and how seemingly disconnected inventions and events, years apart, come together with unintended and unintended consequences. Consider two inventions, the printing …

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