Back in September of last year, parts of a Greek town were blanketed in spider webs. But where did it come from, and is it dangerous to humans?SEE ALSO: MIRNY: A GIANT DIAMOND MINE THAT SUCKS HELICOPTERS INIf you suffer from arachnophobia you might want to click off now. But if you are brave enough join us as we uncover the reason behind the huge web of Aitoliko.
RF Mixers & Mixing Tutorial Includes:RF mixing basicsTheory & mathSpecs & dataTransistor mixerFET mixerDouble balanced mixerGilbert cell mixerImage reject mixerThe performance of an RF mixer can be a pivotal element in the overall operation of an RF circuit or system and selection of the correct mixer is key to the design.
A group of ethical hackers were able to easily break into U.S. to raise the alarms.September 27, 2019If you& 39;re worried about hackers breaching digital voting machines during the 2020 U.S. Presidential election, you aren& 39;t as paranoid as some people may want you to think. New research from a group of ethical hackers shows how easy it was for them to get into voting machines.
You may debate whether or not if it is for the better but modern technology has revolutionized our world. The technology just from the past decade alone has brought forth amazing tools and resources while also placing a tremendous amount of information at our fingertips.On the grand scale, the evolution of modern technology has ushered countless changes taking us to the ends of the universe to new depths in the ocean and new places in the human psyche.
Scientists announced this month that they were able to capture an image of the magnetic field of an atom for the first time in the world.July 24, 2019In a world-first, scientists have captured an image of the magnetic field of an atom, opening the door to new ways to interacting with matter on a quantum level for researchers and commercial applications of quantum phenomenon, like quantum computing.
Two recent studies have shown the exotic behavior of materials, which could lead to breakthroughs in superconductivity.July 14, 2019The electrons in an atom or molecule can tell us a great deal of information about that element or material. For example, the atoms that make up table salt (sodium chloride) form cubic crystals because of the way the two elements share electrons.