Category: Natural Sciences

The aim of the natural sciences is to discover the laws that rule the world (Büchel, 1992). The focus lies hereby on the natural and not on the social world, although the differentiation is not always simple. There are historically three core areas of the natural sciences: chemistry, biology and physics. Nevertheless this is not a final list of research areas, since many other disciplines were later born out of these. As more knowledge is created, more specific questions arise. This leads to the fact that early natural scientists were generalists from today’s perspective, and later specialized in newly emerging disciplines such as astronomy in the beginning, different engineering disciplines later, and rather recently (i.e. in the last century) created fields such as robotics or bionics.

The Aftertaste of Bug Spray – Blame those Artificial Sweeteners e.g. Aspartame and Sucralose, see Links to Scientific Studies You can blame artificial sweeteners for some of those strange and awful after-taste experiences! In my opinion, the worst one by …

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How to Heal “Cracked Heels”- Extreme Winter Dry Skin Treatment Cracked heels are a very common problem, especially during the dry cold winter. In addition to dry skin, the problem may be accompanied by symptoms like itching, stinging, redness, and …

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Home Remedies – a short story with a Twist – Makes the Whole World Kin by O.Henry The burglar stepped inside the window quickly, and then he took his time. A burglar who respects his art always takes his time …

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Do We Only Use 10% of our Brains? How much of our Brain is Wasted? If you think about it, (using your whole brain of course), the theory that humans use only 10% of their brains is 100% wrong. The …

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Electricity Discoveries by Benjamin Franklin, How to Make a Leyden Jar Experiment Franklin Flies a Kite As it turns out, Benjamin Franklin did not discover electricity. What’s more, the kite he famously flew in 1752 while conducting an experiment was …

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