• Saturday September 19,2020

Science


Northern Lights

Northern Lights

We explain to you what the aurora borealis is, how it is produced and where it can be seen. In addition, the northern lights of Iceland, Canada and Norway. The aurora borealis is an atmospheric phenomenon that occurs near the North Pole. What is the northern lights? The polar aurora ( aurora polaris ) is an atmospheric phenomenon that occurs in certain regions of the planet, in the night sky of certain annual periods

Transgenic foods

Transgenic foods

We explain to you what transgenic foods are, and what the genetic modifications are for. Advantages and Criticisms. These techniques of genetic alteration apply, among others, to corn and soybeans. What are transgenic foods? Transgenic foods are those produced by plant organisms modified by genetic engineering and other bioengineering techniques , in order to grant them new properties and achieve more harvests

Alchemy

Alchemy

We explain to you what alchemy is and the appearance of this proto-science in the artistic field. In addition, what are the philosopher's stones. Alchemy is a creation of the many that esotericism poses. What is alchemy? Alchemy is a creation of esotericism. This is linked to the transmutation of matter

Anatomy

Anatomy

We explain what anatomy is and what this science studies. Types of anatomy, and examples of the systems of human anatomy. The structure of living beings is called anatomy. What is Anatomy? Anatomy is a science that studies the structure of living beings , that is, the disposition of their bones and organs and the relationship that exists between them

Anthropology

Anthropology

We explain to you what anthropology is and how this science arises. In addition, summary of its history and the branches of current anthropology. Anthropology focuses on the study of man. What is anthropology? Anthropology is a social science, which focuses on the study of man in its integral form. Another definition refers to the study of the human being in its different historical forms

Biofuel

Biofuel

We explain what biofuels are and how each one is obtained. In addition, the advantages they present and types of biofuels. Biomass is part of the set of renewable energy. What are biofuels? Biofuels are those fuels that are obtained from biomass or organic waste (hence its name) . Biomass is material material Only from a vegetable or animal

Earth crust

Earth crust

We explain what the earth's crust is, how it formed, its movement, layers and other characteristics. In addition, oceanic and continental crust. The earth's crust is the only part of the planet we know directly. What is the earth's crust? The earth's crust is the most superficial layer of planet Earth

Layers of the Earth

Layers of the Earth

We explain what are the layers of the Earth and the characteristics of each. In addition, the discontinuities of Mohorovicic and Gutenberg. The layers of the earth are the crust, the mantle and the nucleus. What are the layers of the Earth? Planet Earth is a spheroid planet of 12, 742 kilometers of equatorial diameter, with a slight flattening at the poles

Centrifugation

Centrifugation

We explain what centrifugation is as a method of separating mixtures. In addition, types of centrifugation and some examples. Centrifugation is a method of separation of mixtures that uses centrifugal force. What is centrifugation? Centrifugation is a mechanism for separating mixtures, and in particular those composed of solids and liquids of different density , through their exposure to a rotating force of certain intensity

Exact Sciences

Exact Sciences

We explain to you what the exact sciences are and what knowledge you are referring to. Other uses of this classification. Runs of the exact sciences. No scientific knowledge is accurate and immutable, irrefutable or perennially true. What are the exact sciences? Formerly called exact sciences to the set of knowledge whose theories and approaches can be proven physically , by experimenting with other techniques considered reliable and reliable

Scientific knowledge

Scientific knowledge

We explain to you what scientific knowledge is and what it pursues. Characteristics of scientific knowledge and concrete examples. Scientific knowledge is based on research and evidence. What is scientific knowledge? The scientific knowledge is the set of verifiable knowledge given by certain thanks to the steps contemplated in the scientific method

Ancient science

Ancient science

We explain that it is ancient science, what are its main characteristics and differences with modern science. Ancient science was influenced by religion and mysticism. What is ancient science? It is known as ancient science (as opposed to modern science) to the forms of observation and understanding of the nature characteristic of ancient civilizations , and which were generally influenced by religion, mysticism, mythology or magic

Natural Sciences

Natural Sciences

We explain to you what the natural sciences are and how they are classified. In addition, what is its importance and object of study. Astronomy studies the celestial stars and the interactions between them. What are the natural sciences? Natural sciences (also natural sciences, physical-natural sciences or experimental sciences ) are those disciplines of study that are interested in understanding the laws that govern nature , and that do so in accordance with the Scientific method and experimental method

Physical sciences

Physical sciences

We explain what the physical or empirical sciences are, their branches and how they are classified. Examples of different physical sciences. The physical sciences resort to logic and formal processes as a tool. What are the physical sciences? The factual or factual sciences , or also empirical sciences , are those whose task is to achieve a reproduction (mental or artificial) of the phenomena of nature that It is desired to study, in order to understand the forces and mechanisms involved in them

Formal Sciences

Formal Sciences

We explain to you what the formal sciences are and what is their object of study. Differences with the physics. Examples of formal sciences. They study abstractions, relationships, ideal objects created in the mind of the human being. What are the formal sciences? The formal sciences or ideal sciences are those sciences whose object of study is not the world and nature, nor the physical or chemical laws that govern it, but formal systems, that is, systems of relationships that are, in principle, empty of their own content, but that can be applied to the analysis of any segment of reality

Modern science

Modern science

We explain to you what modern science is and how the scientific revolution arose. In addition, what are its main characteristics. Modern Science arose in the so-called scientific Revolution of the Renaissance. What is modern science? Modern science is understood as the way of conceiving the world and the scientific knowledge that serves to describe it that was built in the West during the 16th and 17th centuries , in what is commonly called the Revolution Renaissance scientist

Ozone layer

Ozone layer

We explain to you what the ozone layer is and what is its importance for the planet Earth. In addition, what are the holes in the ozone layer. The ozone layer is being weakened by man-generated gases. What is the ozone layer? The ozone layer is within the Earth's atmosphere and has the function of being a protective layer that precisely preserves the life of planet Earth , acting as a shield against the sun's rays called UV or radiation Ultraviolet, absorbing 97 to 99% of it

Compound

Compound

We explain what a compound is and some examples of this term. In addition, the meaning of compound in various areas. A compound is made up of molecules or ions that have a certain charge. What is Compound? The word compound comes from the Latin compos tus, we can talk about something being composed of to indicate what things make up something , and in the matter of what Atmic, a compound is a substance that is made up of two elements of the periodic table or still more

Cloning

Cloning

We explain what cloning is and what its fundamental principles are. In addition, its history, and existing types of cloning. Human cloning was banned by UNESCO in 1997. What is cloning? Cloning is the process by which, in a non-sexual way, two cells, molecules or identical organisms already developed are obtained

Science

Science

We explain to you what is science and scientific knowledge, what is the scientific method and its steps. In addition, what are the types of science. Science uses what is known as the scientific method. What is science? Science is the set of knowledge that is systematically organized obtained from observation, experimentation and reasoning within specific areas