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New TWIS News! 08 April, 2015 – Episode 509 – This Week in Science http://ow.ly/2XdZ9L
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Thanks for including our interview on the brontosaurus in your great article @GordMcLeod! http://geekslife.com/apatosaurus-no-more-brontosaurus-is-back
I love science. I love science a lot. It’s hard not to love a discipline that not only encourages, but requires you to be willing to reconsider the accepted wisdom on a subject when new evidence comes into play that shows it might be wrong. I also love dinosaurs. I have since I was a kid. That early love of dinosaurs fuelled ... Read More
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What is your favorite pollinator? @blairsmenagerie thinks it's a bumblebee. http://twis.org/live
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Don't want the finger? Maybe a new prostate test on the way. We're talking now on TWIS: http://twis.org/live
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New TWIS News! 01 April, 2015 – Episode 508 – This Week in Science http://ow.ly/2WTG5U
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This Week in Science: Rat pain faces, dying sea lions, and mouse love songs. Watch on Youtube and subscribe now! https://youtu.be/PrPGTu4ZgHw
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For your listening pleasure - Sciencey goodness from @TWIScience. Listen now and subscribe: http://www.twis.org/2015/04/10/1738/
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Did you see TWIS yet this week? Check out the show and interview discussing the ATLAS experiment at the LHC now: https://youtu.be/-0qtfS4y0Pc
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Respected sir,

               we did a research on electric motor. but, we wants to know the law that on which particular law it works. I hope that you help me because it's new invention by us and you would like our experiment.

  EXPERIMENT:- 1.  5HP motor
               2.Aluminium Plate
               3 Neodymium magnet fixed in cast iron plate ( 28 pieces of magnet at equal interval around circular plate)

                 we attached aluminium plate with 5 hp motor and start the motor .so, plate rotates with motor. now, we bring the Neodymium magnet fixed in  cast iron plate near by aluminium plate so due to  MAGNETIC Flux DISTARB  ALUMINIUM Plate AND THE MOTOR STOPPED .

so we want to know the exact working law behind this process. I hope you will reply me as soon as possible.



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Talking about baby scientists on @TWIScience right now! Join us! http://twis.org/live
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The Brontosaurus is back! TWIS interviews the scientists responsible for rewriting the textbooks. Check it out! https://youtu.be/rbXvtTp5Xhw
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This Week in Science - The Kickass Science Podcast
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This Week in Science (TWIS) is a weekly, hour-long web and radio show presenting an humorous, often opinionated, and irreverent look at the week in science and technology. In each episode, TWIS hosts, Dr. Kiki Sanford and Justin Jackson, discuss the latest in cutting-edge science news on topics such as genetic engineering, stem cells, cybernetics, epigenetics, space exploration, neuroscience, microbiology, the end of the world, and a show favorite – Countdown to World Robot Domination.

TWIS broadcasts weekly at 7:30pm Pacific Time on Thursdays in live streaming video through Google+ Hangouts On-Air and YouTube Live. TWIS audio is rebroadcast from KDVS, 90.3 FM in Davis, CA on Tuesdays at 8:30am PT.

TWIS is available for download as an audio mp3 using our RSS feed. Past video episodes are also available on our YouTube Channel.

Contact us if you are interested in discussing advertising, product promotions or giveaways, sponsoring TWIS, or would like to syndicate our radio broadcast.

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