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  • What are CCD And CMOS Image Sensors?

    Q: What are CCD And CMOS Image Sensors? A: Until recently, CCDs were the only image sensors used in digital cameras. They have been well developed through their use in astronomical telescopes, scanners, and video camcorders. However, there is a new challenger on the horizon, the CMOS image sensor...
  • The Ways To Preventing Cavities

    Brush your teeth - brush your teeth properly at least twice a day with a toothpaste containing fluoride. Floss daily - the best way to remove food debris from in between the teeth. Eat healthy - eating nutritional snacks and limiting the amount of sugary drinks will help to prevent plaque from formi...
  • Pipeline Construction

    Welding on the East end of the Wesauking Pipeline began today. This section of the Wesauking Pipeline is 12 inches in diameter and requires less welding than the 24 inch pipe used on the Wilmot Pipeline. The welding crew attaches the alignment collar to a section of the pipeline. The next secti...
  • #1, Becky

    Okay, so Becky and I are doing this project, so to speak... and we made a blog to keep track of our information. I think that about sums it up. The things we think are important we'll highlight or something. Here's some info that Becky found. Introduction Radiation oncology is a branch of med...
  • CBCT Scanner

    In  layman’s terms, CBCT is a compact, faster and safer version of the regular CT. Through the use of a cone shaped X-Ray beam, the size of the scanner, radiation dosage and time needed for scanning are all dramatically reduced. A typical CBCT scanner can fit easily into any dental ( or otherwi...
  • what do you have to say about this fellows??

    AIIMS doctor attempts suicide From-The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1008169.cms A 37-year-old neurosurgeon at the prestigious AIIMS attempted suicide in his hostel bathroom by slashing his wrists. He was found soon thereafter by his colleagues who rushed him t...
  • Fourth Tier Stack of Humid Excrement: University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law

    http://www.law.udc.edu/?page=FinAidCost Tuition: For D.C. residents, full-time tuition at UDC School of Law was only $8,850, for 2010-2011. Non-residents - including those living in Maryland or Virginia - full-time tuition totaled $17,700, for the same school year. Apparently, the bitches are unab...
  • World's Shortest Laser Pulse Achieved

    RECORD-BREAKING LASER PULSE SHEDS NEW LIGHT ON QUANTUM MECHANICS A laser pulse that lasted for just 67 billionths of a billionth of a second has been created by scientists - research that will help them to witness subatomic particles move in real-time. The world record-smashing result, publishe...
  • Duration-tuned neurons (DTNs)

    Decoding stimulus duration from neural responses in the auditory midbrain by Aubie, B., Sayegh, R., Fremouw, T., Covey, E., Faure, P. A. via Journal of Neurophysiology current issue Neurons with responses selective for the duration of an auditory stimulus are called ...
  • Canberra Model Railway Expo - postscript

    The Canberra Model Railway Expo is over for another year. The 2015 expo was a very enjoyable exhibition. The event was well organised with good parking (special thanks to the volunteers on duty all weekend), a great variety of model railroads scattered throughout the school, and just enough commerci...
  • More on "Is Computed Tomography Safe?"

    The December 7, 2007 entry to this blog was titled “Is Computed Tomography Safe?” As is often the case with such a difficult question, the answer is yes and no. No—there are risks associated with any exposure to ionizing radiation, so no procedure is entirely safe. Yes—in most cases the risks are sm...
  • Discovery of an electron

    My previous post about the nuclear atom and its parent experiment occurs later than one I discuss in this post. Before the nuclear atom was  proposed in 1907, the electron was discovered. This experiment rests on a fundamental understanding of attraction and repulsion between charges. Natural...
  • Report from steadily increasing radiation in Hawaii.

    In response to a Hawaii based news blogger who puts full effort into his work, he asks an innocent question....are we in danger from Fukushima. I answered with the following. --------------------------------------------------------------- I have been measuring radiation regularly on Oahu since...
  • Cowboy Snowmen Christmas Photo Frame Aprons

    Cowboy Snowmen Christmas Photo Frame by Frames4you Browse other Merry christmas Aprons...
  • In Retreat, TSA Pulling 'Backscatter' Naked-Image Scanners from Airports

    The roughly 200 of the 800 or so whole-body images being used at 200 U.S. airports -- the backscatter ones made by a company called Rapiscan -- will be removed by the TSA, which lost a battle with Congress over the issue of the naked images the machines record. This today from the Electronic Priva...
  • Plasma globe

    Plasma globe From, the free encyclopedia Not to be confused with  Plasma lamp. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challeng...
  • Visible Light(ஒளி)...!

    Light The  Sun is Earth's primary source of light Light or  visible light is  electromagnetic radiation that is  visible to the  human eye, and is responsible for the sense of  sight. [1] Visible light has  wavelength ...
  • How To Make An Authentic, Realistic Looking Dollhouse Miniature Stained Glass Window

    Most so-called "stained glass" for dollhouse miniature applications is complete rubbish. For a very minimal investment, you can make your own. You will need: Lead golf tape (for more on where to buy this, and other supplies you'll need, check here) Either a pre-made window, or...
  • Cell Phones: Ring, Ring....Radiation Calling

    Worldwide cellular connections exceed 5 billion, and some estimates project a steady growth of over 8% annually through 2015. With such broad usage, cellular phone technology is giving rise to important questions about possible long-term health consequences associated with its use. Cellular phones e...
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