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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Nuclear Science: Electromagnetic Spectrum

Since my post on nuclear science was so well accepted, I've decided to provide you with another info-graphic dealing with the subject. This image depicts the entire electromagnetic spectrum (with a few humorous tidbits to keep things interesting). It's amazing to me that humans can only see such a small segment of the spectrum though.

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32 comments:

  1. ya humans may be limited as to what we can see but we have the intelligence to be aware of it and create tools to allow us to see more

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  2. Deep material here, but intriguing. Following.

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  3. reminds me of high school science lol

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  4. hahaha. the ether was decommissioned in 1897 LOL

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  5. Hhehehehe, yeah, now that's science

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  6. ahh i love this kind of science. it's interesting to me lol

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  9. this is to advanced for me in the morning lol

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  12. I love xkcd. This is one of the better ones, nice share.

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  13. Cool infomercial. Can't tak these things too serious.

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  16. This shit would have been so damn helpful if I had it last year this time. I was in science Olympiad in high school and one of the quizzes I took had a ton of questions about this. I later found out a bunch of info for the state competition and ended up in 8th place in the state. I was pumped

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  18. Damn this is kinda confusing! ;D

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  21. Thats for visiting brah. You have a new follower here.

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  23. The e/m spectrum is one of the most important things to learn on your way to higher knowledge, knowing that there is more light out there than what we can simply see is pretty staggering, and people even take pictures in these other light patters, pictures you could never see with your normal eyes.

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  24. Haha this is going on my dorm room door. Thanks again for sharing!

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