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An Analysis Of The Unique Timbre Of The Portuguese Guitar

The Portuguese guitar is a specific type of guitar which was developed in Portugal during the last centuries, directly descending from the European Cittern. It is a pear-shaped chordophone with six double course strings and it requires a distinctive plucking […]

The Continents Of The World

The continents of the world are Asia, Antarctica, Australia, Africa, North America, South America, and lastly Europe. These 7 continents of the world make up the main landmasses found on Earth. Our Earth is comprised of 71% water, meaning that […]

Determining Optimal Delivered Hydrogen Pressure

Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), in collaboration with Argonne National Laboratory (ANL), Chevron Corporation, and Ford Motor Company, have developed a model to help deploy hydrogen refueling stations for fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) more effectively. Fuel cell […]

Study On How Resilience Affects Stress And Alcohol-Related Behaviors In National Guard Members

Our recent study is the first to show how stressors are related to serious consequences of alcohol use in military service members, and how psychological resilience, or the ability to “bounce back” after setbacks, protects against these effects. We found […]

Might Accurate Heartbeat Perception Increase the Risk for Alcoholism?

Many individuals cope with anxiety by consuming alcohol. Because alcohol effectively reduces tension, the drinking is reinforced and, with time, alcoholism can result. In fact, adults with a panic disorder are about three times more likely than others to develop […]

High Hydrocarbon Fraction In A Multiphase Airlift Bioreactor: Direct Interfacial Is The Predominant Mode Of Hydrocarbon Uptake By A Microbial Consortium

Crude oil and derivatives hydrocarbons are an indispensable raw material in present-day life. Therefore, oil and oil products are also quantitatively the main environmental pollutants worldwide. The environmental impact of insoluble contaminants in water and soil has become a priority […]

Premature Aging In Cancer Survivors: Why It Happens And What To Do About It!

Throughout the history of homo sapiens, there has been an intense focus and investment on alleviating the signs and symptoms of aging whether it be the treatment of wrinkles, hair coloring, hair restoration, or devising novel ways of longevity. Count […]

Proteins In The Eyes Of Birds May Let Them See Earth’s Magnetic Field

Birds have a surprisingly good ability to discern directions, it’s so good they’re sometimes even said to have an “internal GPS”. New research done by two biologist teams may have found the reason for their impressive navigation abilities, proteins in […]

How Long Do Giraffes Live In Captivity And In The Wild?

A giraffe can live quite a long time, averaging 20 to 25 years in the wild and 28 or more in captivity. A giraffe can live longer in captivity as it does not have predators and receives regular medical care […]

How Peer Group Identification Affects Addictive Behaviors In Youths

Adolescents’ and emerging adults’ psychological well-being and overall health are a continuous global concern. These are critical time-periods in human development, typically characterized by uncertainty and increased engagement in risky and health-threatening behaviors, including alcohol and drug use, unsafe sex, […]