Science


KB come KiloByte? Knowledge Base? Killer Bean? Keyboard? Kick-Boxing? Kuiper Belt? Kate Bush? No, niente di tutto questo. Semplicemente, KB come KOSE BELLE. Questa pagina racchiude brevi spiegazioni e link alle “cose belle” che mi capita di incontrare, osservare, scoprire, leggere, trovare ogni giorno e che desidero condividere per il solo piacere della bellezza visiva, uditiva, scientifica, culturale. Le KB generano...

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If it was really really and again really true even in the next 10-20 years… What a tremendous impact! What a paramount effect all over the world. Fusion which means “nuclear fusion” (not fission !!!) There is a remote probability that this news becomes true as it’s not coming from a mad scientist who declares the feasibility of nuclear fusion but it’s Lockheed Martin that reports it. The project is called...

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It was 45 years ago when the first men touched the lunar soil with Apollo 11 space mission. President John F. Kennedy in his “Special Message to the Congress on Urgent National Needs” on May 25, 1961 launched the idea of a Moon mission with these renowned words: «First, I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the earth»....

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Il prof. Fabrizio D’Errico del Politecnico di Milano ha contribuito insieme ad esperti di grafica 3D alla ricostruzione dell’evento incidentale di Viareggio accaduto il 29 Giugno 2009 appena prima della mezzanotte.     Ulteriori informazioni sono disponibili presso il sito Oltre il ragionevole dubbio. Una presentazione dell’evento incidentale con la simulazione dinamica e l’analisi delle conseguenze è...

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Fra’ Luca Pacioli defined the Golden Ratio as divine in his ”De divina proportione” book of 1497. Even known as Golden Section, this irrational number: (√5 + 1)/2 and its inverse:  (√5 – 1)/2 have played a fascinating attraction on artists, architects, musicians, and scientists since ages. We can find its presence both in Nature and in Artifacts from Athens Parthenon up to Apple’s logo. Flowers, petals,...

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