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Physics

Electrical Energy and the Importance of Conductors

The flow of electrons through a conductor creates an electrical current. By definition, two essential factors facilitate an electric current.First, you’ll need a flow of electrons, which is done by a potential difference. The next is a conductor which is a material that enables electrons to flow.RELATED: 3+ DIFFERENT TYPES OF POWER PLANTS THAT GENERATE ELECTRICITY FOR USBut why does electricity need a conductor to travel a distance?
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Gadgets

These Gaming Accessories and DIY Kits Are All on Sale Today

In honor of President& 39;s Day, here are 9 best-selling gadgets and kits that will help you take your gaming and engineering prowess to the next level.February 16, 2020If you’re like most people who love gaming and tinkering with DIY kits, you know that it’s virtually impossible to get your hands on enough gadgets and gaming accessories—especially if you’re trying to break into the endlessly enjoyable world of creating useful engineering products in the comfort of your own home.
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News

Volvo Possibly Reverse-Engineering Tesla Model Y in Sweden

Volvo just registered the first Model Y in Sweden, possibly aiming to reverse-engineer Tesla& 39;s work.July 10, 2020Volvo has registered the first Model Y in Sweden — possibly with aims to reverse-engineer the car, and learn Tesla& 39;s tricks, according to registration documents shared in a tweet earlier today.
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News

Norway's New 154-Feet-Long 'Step-Bridge' Is an Architectural Marvel

The step-bridge spans 150 feet over the 535-feet Vøringsfossen waterfall.August 24, 2020Bridges can be as basic as ropes and wood connecting two points; however, there is no limit to how complex they can be. Some awe-inspiring bridge designs have become symbols of modern architecture in our ever-growing cities and architect Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk& 39;s monumental step bridge above the Vøringsfossen Waterfall in Norway is most definitely a perfect candidate for that title.
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Innovation

It’s a kettle but not as you know it thanks to the Miito

November 29, 2014Anyone who is conscious about saving energy will know that you should only boil enough water in the kettle that you actually need. It can be easy to fill the kettle to the top and then boil and re-boil the water. This problem could be stopped dead in the tracks thanks to the Miito, a system that uses induction heating and boils up just the water that is needed at the time.
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