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Magnitude and Intensity

I originally published this post to my now-inactive blog, so if you know me from back when the Old Content Archive was ftlofacts, you’ve read this already. If you know me from Science at Your Doorstep, then read on! It’s … Continue reading

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Guest Post—Collision of Science and Belief

Originally posted on A Momma's View:
Emma’s Blog, For The Love Of Facts, is a very new one and yet it’s not. Emma was blogging under the name of Perse before on Far Beyond The Stars. For a long…

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Earth as a Greenhouse

My plan for Thursdays’ climate science posts is to prove a negative: that global warming can’t not be happening. Here’s the thing, though. I don’t understand the science behind it well enough to start proving negatives yet. That’s why I’m going … Continue reading

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Types of Mixtures

The easiest way to explain mixtures in chemistry is to talk about food, so congrats to all you food bloggers! Today’s your special day! Think about mixtures in terms of cooking, and there isn’t much I need to tell you. … Continue reading

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Welcome to Science at Your Doorstep!

On this blog, I try to bring the wonders of the universe right to your doorstep by simplifying scientific topics. You won’t find any of the usual science “technobabble” on this blog. If you’re new to this blog, feel free … Continue reading

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